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The Larry Meiller Show

Wisconsin Public Radio

Join host Larry Meiller every weekday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on The Ideas Network stations as he discusses environmental and consumer issues, gardening and helpful "how-to" topics with his guests. Producers Jill Nadeau and Mackenzie Krumme seek out knowledgeable guests who give you accurate advice on a range of topics impacting your life and community. And you're always welcome to be part of the conversation as Meiller helps you get your questions answered. Also tune in to an encore broadcast of Friday's " Garden Talk " show every Saturday morning at 6 a.m. And visit the show's blog any time to keep the conversation going.

Join host Larry Meiller every weekday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on The Ideas Network stations as he discusses environmental and consumer issues, gardening and helpful "how-to" topics with his guests. Producers Jill Nadeau and Mackenzie Krumme seek out knowledgeable guests who give you accurate advice on a range of topics impacting your life and community. And you're always welcome to be part of the conversation as Meiller helps you get your questions answered. Also tune in to an encore broadcast of Friday's " Garden Talk " show every Saturday morning at 6 a.m. And visit the show's blog any time to keep the conversation going.

Location:

Madison, MI

Description:

Join host Larry Meiller every weekday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on The Ideas Network stations as he discusses environmental and consumer issues, gardening and helpful "how-to" topics with his guests. Producers Jill Nadeau and Mackenzie Krumme seek out knowledgeable guests who give you accurate advice on a range of topics impacting your life and community. And you're always welcome to be part of the conversation as Meiller helps you get your questions answered. Also tune in to an encore broadcast of Friday's " Garden Talk " show every Saturday morning at 6 a.m. And visit the show's blog any time to keep the conversation going.

Language:

English

Contact:

800-642-1234


Episodes

Pet Care: Winter training tips, rehoming pets

1/25/2022
During the winter months, it can be difficult to keep our furry friends stimulated. A Wisconsin dog trainer explains how to keep dogs engaged and how to train a pup to wear winter clothes. Plus, we learn when it’s time to rehome a dog.

Duration:01:13:34

Mastering the slow cooker

1/24/2022
Winter is a great time to indulge in comfort food recipes. Why not let the slow cooker do the work, and take in the aroma of a great meal. An award-winning cookbook author explains how to master the slow cooker.

Duration:00:33:12

Meat prices rising at grocery stores

1/24/2022
Meat prices are soaring at grocery stores. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics says prices are up 16 percent since November 2020. A meat specialist explains why protein prices are increasing and if a slowdown is expected.

Duration:00:40:21

Garden Talk: A natural approach to pest control

1/21/2022
The best way to control bad bugs in your garden is to attract beneficial bugs and let them do the work. We talk to a horticulturist about those good insects, how they work, and what they eat.

Duration:01:13:40

Tax Time Prep

1/20/2022
It’s time to start thinking about your 2021 tax return. We talk about the child tax credit, stimulus payment rebate, and your IRA distribution with a tax professional.

Duration:01:13:38

What lead poisoning is doing to wildlife

1/19/2022
Most animals don’t get lead poisoning from being shot, they get it from ingesting it. We talk to a wildlife rehabilitator about where the lead comes from, what happens when too much lead is in the system of an animal, and how it can be treated.

Duration:00:34:04

Celebrating 50 years of the Wisconsin Sea Grant

1/19/2022
We look at how the Sea Grant program came to Wisconsin and the impact it has made. We also look at current research and emerging issues affecting the Great Lakes.

Duration:00:39:27

Manna Cafe: Cooking that created community

1/18/2022
Nothing brings people together like food. We talk to a local author about her new cookbook and how her businesses and the food she served, nourished the people who came.

Duration:00:39:07

Physical Therapy: Shoulder pain

1/17/2022
Should pain is common, increases with age and is difficult to relieve. But in the past decade the success of treating shoulder pain through physical therapy has increased, according to The Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy. We talk with two physical therapists about relieving shoulder alignments.

Duration:00:50:23

Garden Talk: Growing in greenhouses

1/14/2022
Wouldn’t it be nice to have fresh vegetables year round? We talk to a greenhouse builder and a horticulturist about how you can achieve just that.

Duration:01:13:35

Home improvement: Cold weather repairs

1/13/2022
Is your roof making ice faster than your refrigerator? If so, you have a problem, according to our regular home improvement expert. We will talk with a specialist about common cold temperature problems like ice dams, frozen pipes and leaky windows

Duration:01:13:33

Tap into sugaring

1/12/2022
Wisconsin is fourth in the nation for overall maple syrup production and produced more than 265,000 gallons of maple syrup last year. We talk with a fifth-generation syrup producer about a new grant to inform communities about sugaring and what it is like to tap a tree.

Duration:00:34:39

Bald eagle watching along the Wisconsin River

1/12/2022
After going completely virtual last year Bald Eagle Days is back with a hybrid event. We talk to two of the organizers about what is new this year and you can expect to see.

Duration:00:38:54

Using exercise to live with and beyond cancer

1/11/2022
Strength training and exercise can improve your mental and physical health before, during, and after cancer diagnosis and treatment. We talk to an expert in the field of exercise oncology about what the research shows and how it’s implemented in treatment plans.

Duration:00:37:53

Finding new ways to treat pain

1/11/2022
Opioids work very well for treating pain, but their use can also lead to addiction. We talk with a Wisconsin researcher who is developing new pain medications that don't trigger dependency.

Duration:00:35:43

Tech update: Making technology more accessible

1/10/2022
Three-quarters of people older than 65 said they needed someone else to set up their electronic devices and a third have little confidence in their ability to use electronics, according to a 2017 PEW research study. We’ll talk with a tech expert on how to overcome those hurdles.

Duration:01:13:31

Garden Talk: Preventing winter burn

1/7/2022
When exposed to severe conditions, some trees and shrubs can suffer from winter burn. We talk about how to recognize this common problem, how to prevent it, and how to save plants that have been damaged.

Duration:01:13:37

Look ahead at solar in 2022

1/6/2022
Wisconsin utilities installed more solar power in 2021 than any other year. We talk with the leader of a midwest renewable energy organization about solar production last year, and what we can expect in 2022.

Duration:00:34:38

Wisconsin lab researches relationship between crops and pests

1/6/2022
Wisconsin is the second-largest vegetable processing producer in the country. We are the leader in green bean, sweet corn and cranberries production. But with all those vegetables comes pests. We talk with the leader of a lab in Wisconsin that studies the innovations and problems between pests and crops.

Duration:00:38:50

Wildlife Update: Get involved in winter conservation

1/5/2022
Even in winter there are ways for people to get involved in conservation and wildlife activities. Two experts from UW-Madison talk about upcoming projects and new research on wildlife in Wisconsin.

Duration:01:13:28