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Conversations about Madison issues, from city politics to culture to the economy, moderated by Cap Times reporters.

Conversations about Madison issues, from city politics to culture to the economy, moderated by Cap Times reporters.

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United States

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Conversations about Madison issues, from city politics to culture to the economy, moderated by Cap Times reporters.

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@captimes

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English

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6085158532


Episodes

One-on-one with Russ Feingold

2/25/2020
This week on the podcast, Cap Times associate editor John Nichols talks with former US senator from Wisconsin Russ Feingold about his current work on biodiversity, his stint as a U.S. envoy to Africa his take on 2020 presidential politics, and much more. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:01:22:23

Madison’s gentrifying neighborhoods — the good, the bad and the ugly

1/16/2020
This week on the podcast, Cap Times Local Government Reporter Abigail Becker sits down with a housing analyst, a real estate developer, a south side resident and the coordinator of a homelessness prevention program to discuss the numbers — and the experiences — that show how our neighborhoods are changing. Their conversation touches on some tough issues — and some straightforward solutions. Support the show:...

Duration:01:02:35

A conversation with the cast of 'Hamilton'

12/6/2019
This week on the podcast, Cap Times Theater Critic Lindsay Christians sits down with members of the national touring cast of Hamilton to discuss the musical’s innovative score, the challenges and rewards of playing real historical figures and how this revolutionary work is changing the face of musical theater. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:57:33

How can a classic theater company tell more diverse stories?

8/9/2019
On today's episode of Cap Times Talks, Lindsay Christians moderates a panel on what it means to produce diverse and inclusive theater at a classical theater company like American Players Theatre. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:53:42

Listen to the first 2019 Mayoral Debate

1/11/2019
The six candidates running for mayor in the 2019 Madison spring election field questions about topics from climate change to racial equity. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:01:22:52

Fixing Juvenile Justice in Wisconsin

10/17/2018
News editor Jason Joyce leads a panel about youth incarceration, restorative justice, and how juvenile justice is handled as a political issue in Wisconsin. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:54:51

Idea Fest: What Wisconsin voters are thinking

10/4/2018
A conversation with Charles Franklin, Marquette University Law School pollster, about the latest findings on the midterm elections, approval ratings, and issues of the day. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:16:27

Idea Fest: American politics in 2018

10/1/2018
David Axelrod, Barbara Lawton, Dan Balz and David Maraniss talk about midterm elections, Supreme Court nomination proceedings, and the role of money in politics in 2018. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:01:43:44

What's going to happen in the Wisconsin primaries?

8/10/2018
Two seasoned political strategists share their thoughts on the race for governor and the U.S. Senate. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:54:59

Madison festivals: Are there too many or not enough?

6/26/2018
Some city officials and residents say we're at max capacity when it comes to outdoor festivals that occupy streets and parks. Abby Becker with the Cap Times hosts a talk on whether that's the case, and what to do about it. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:55:49

Should high schools be in the sports business?

5/12/2018
On the latest episode of Cap Times Talks, a panel of coaches, administrators and researchers talk about the changing face of high school athletics. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:49:36

How Can Madison's Tech Sector Get More Diverse?

4/30/2018
Madison’s blooming tech sector is a major source of the city’s and the state of Wisconsin’s economic vitality, but the sector’s workforce doesn’t reflect the population of either one. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:48:36

School Board Forum

3/25/2018
Three candidates running for the Madison School Board this spring gather to talk about educational resource officers, special education and school security at a forum on the city's south side. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:01:19:20

How can Madison get better public art?

2/23/2018
On the latest episode of Cap Times Talks, we ask artists and arts administrators big questions about public art in Madison. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:01:01:40

The Politics of Resentment in 2018

1/18/2018
University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher Kathy Cramer talks about her 2016 book on the political attitudes of rural Wisconsinites, and the ways that politicians have tapped into their frustrations. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:59:01

The Cap Times Turns 100

12/19/2017
On the second-ever episode of our Cap Times Talk podcast, we take a look at our own past, present and future. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:01:02:38

How can Madison build more great neighborhoods?

11/10/2017
The Cap Times Talk panel called "How can Madison build more great neighborhoods?" took place earlier this November at the High Noon Saloon. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:53:39

Teaser

11/8/2017
Introducing a new podcast bringing you brings you recordings from conversations about issues facing Madison. Support the show: https://checkout.fundjournalism.org/memberform?org_id=capitaltimes&campaign=7013i000000U67DAAS

Duration:00:01:03