Friday on Lake Effect:
With Major League Baseball’s playoffs underway, we speak with the owner of the Boston Red Sox about the end of Bud Selig’s term as commissioner, the issue of steroids in baseball, and his experiences owning an English soccer team. Later, writer and producer Paul Attanasio talks about the state of the film industry ahead of an evening in his honor at the Milwaukee Film Festival. We’ll find out how the US Coast Guard contributed to a film in production in Milwaukee. And writer Hannah Kent shares the compelling story of a condemned woman in 19th century Iceland.
- Chairman Tom Werner on the Red Sox, MLB Commissioner, Performance Enhancers & Soccer
- Screenwriter Paul Attanasio on the Current State of the Film Industry
- How the US Coast Guard Contributed to the Filming of "The Surface" Movie
- Hannah Kent's "Burial Rites" Shines New Light on a 19th Century Murderer