To kick off the summer season the undefeated Madison Radicals joined us in the studio to discuss their latest campaign for an AUDL championship. With the start of the summer and two of our hosts finishing up their undergraduate careers, we also
In our penultimate episode for the spring semester, Liz Souder pays tribute to her hometown hero, rock and roll legend Prince. US Olympian and three-time world champion Michelle Kwan calls into the studio to discuss her transition into politics
Now that the primary is over, we take a break from the politics for a little bit, and instead on this episode we honor one of UW’s greatest traditions. This week marks the 42nd anniversary of the UW Varsity Band’s Spring Concerts, which will ta
In the second hour of our election special we roll out the headline interviews. First, hear from the right with Tana Goertz representing Mr. Trump, and Tea Party champion Judson Phillips weighing in for Senator Ted Cruz. Afterwards we switch to
In Part One of our two-hour election special, we start the day out by making fun of Nikki’s Cubs before jumping into politics. We check in with the campaign events around Madison, chat with Grey’s Anatomy star Jason George about his endorsement
With the presidential primary season making its stop in Wisconsin, the state has come alive with campaign buzz. In this episode we speak again with Senator Bernie Sanders, visit Sect. Clinton at a town hall, and chat it up with County Board can
On this magical Leap Day the On Wisc Team has some fun with the celestial phenomenon. Sam goes noir, Emily gets awkward with Leap Day possibilities, and Nikki tells us why the 29th exists. Then Kari Arnett gives us a live on-air performance.
Our radio colleagues at WORT share their coverage of last weeks “A Day Without Latinos” protest over at the Capitol. Thousands of Wisconsinites came out to protest a series of anti-immigration bills. And Madison bred musician Tos Hopkins return
We talk Super Bowl, get a visit from the Feminist Book Club, and hear Sam Sardina’s latest song straight from her notebook. This episode also includes a special tribute to producer Alejandro Alonso’s father, Dr. Anselmo Alonso, who passed away
In this truly special episode we spoke with presidential hopefl Bernie Sanders and brought on local rock duo Future Stuff to promote their first EP.
With the Iowa Caucus kicking off on a Monday night, we thought what better time to air our sit
With the Iowa Caucus all wrapped up Alejandro and Sam breakdown the results and look ahead to New Hampshire. Meanwhile we air our full interview with Bernie Sanders. Stacey Walker sat down with the senator during our holiday break to discuss gu
In the pilot episode of the On Wisc Political Podcast we discuss the Iowa Caucus. Alejandro explains how the first in the nation caucus works, Sam predicts the winners, and Stacey Walker of Iowa City’s Little Village newspaper sits down to ask
The 2016 season premiere started out the year with a fantastic feature interview and a smashing musical debut. Presidential candidate Martin O’Malley got to answer some tough questions regarding ISIS, working in a divided government, and more.
Our Fall Premiere kicked the season off right! We caught up on what we missed during the brea (ahem, Donald Trump). University Terrace representative Anna Johnson visits to tell us what the heck is happening with the terrace construction. The l
We catch up on the weekends events including some life saving heroism by Sarah Hopefl, the Badger loss, and the tragic shooting in Oregon. Carmen Hotvedt from University Health Services gives us some helpful info. Christopher Titus revis
Nationally renowned US Senator Elizabeth Warren came to town to help out fellow Democrat Russ Feingold with a rally in Madison. Warren and Feingold discussed the issue of student loan debt and its crippling affect on our economy and national fu
A big week! Scott Walker dropped out of the presidential race. Reporter Amanda Zhang visited the take back the bike path rally. Tyler Preston chatted with Sarah about his music and Tos Hopkins stopped on by the studio for a live performance bef
Our summer finale is here! Listen as we talk with local activists Deshawn McKinney and Matt Braunginn about the latest events in Ferguson and how those affect our Madison community. Later on we run through a fun, big thank you to all of our gue
We talk with Madison Radicals coach Tim DeByl about the AUDL championship game. Reid Magnum talks with Green Bay Packer legend Ahman Green about the NFL and the running backs charities. Comedian Andrew Santino calls with plenty of laughs. Then,
To kick off August and the home stretch of our summer we return to our Sounds of Madison series with a new discovery, comedian Jesse Joyce calls in, and Sauk City rocker Sam Ness croons over the Madison airwaves.
The Madison Radicals qualify for Championship Weekend in the AUDL playoffs. We have the reaction from their 24-21 victory over Pittsburgh Saturday night at Breese Stevens Field. A little bit of magic is added to their airwaves with the latest i
Midway through the summer Jeffrey James came into the studio to deliver a new local anthem, “Home Again.” This catchy, nostalgic tune is the Penny Lane of Madison, Wisconsin. Its catchy melodies and nostalgic lyrics already have enough to move
Before setting out on tour, local indie pop rock star Madison Malone stopped by the On Wisconsin studios to serenade all of Madison. She waxed poetic about her inspirations, dreams, and beliefs between singing some of her sweet originals.
With the professional Ultimate Frisbee season finishing up, the AUDL’s Madison Radicals visited the studio to discuss the year and their preparation for the playoffs. At 13-1 they are the best team in the American professional frisbee league. C
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