Lake Effect

Airs Weekdays at 10 am & Weekends at 3 pm

Lake Effect, WUWM’s locally-produced magazine program, covers a lot of ground, focusing on your neighbors and your issues. From discussing politics and the economy to spotlighting Wisconsin authors and musicians, Lake Effect goes beyond the headlines. Join the Lake Effect team as they open a window onto life in Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin.

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Lake Effect
11:47 am
Thu February 13, 2014

Thursday on Lake Effect: Sentencing Project, Ice Cutters, Wine Tasting, Pushing Ballet Boundaries

Thursday on Lake Effect:

We look at how racial disparities in incarceration in Wisconsin are emblematic of national trends. Then, a local reporter and meteorologist spends 18 hours aboard an ice-cutter on Lake Michigan. Our wine contributor offers tips on how to host a wine tasting in your home. And the Milwaukee Ballet hopes to push the boundaries of dance in tonight’s Winter Series.

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Lake Effect
10:45 am
Wed February 12, 2014

Wednesday on Lake Effect: County Politics, Park Centennial, Israeli TV

Wednesday on Lake Effect:

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Lake Effect
10:00 am
Tue February 11, 2014

Tuesday on Lake Effect: Russia's Political Performance During Winter Games, Behind the Biathlon

Tuesday on Lake Effect:

Our foreign policy contributor helps us make sense of several key stories making news today – such as how Russia’s political performance during the Winter Games is likely to linger after the torch is passed. Plus, in her new novel, author Sue Monk Kidd highlights the lives of two little-known, but important sisters and abolitionists in the early 19th Century. And we’ll try to answer all your burning questions about the Olympic sport of biathlon.

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Lake Effect
10:23 am
Mon February 10, 2014

Monday on Lake Effect: Insight into OCD, Sherman Park Neighborhood, Potato Pancake Queen of Palmyra

Monday on Lake Effect:

Some insight into the issues surrounding OCD – Obsessive-compulsive disorder. Later, the strange origins of modern medicine are chronicled in a quirky new book by a Wisconsin writer. Speaking of history, we’ll learn about the factors that brought together the Milwaukee neighborhood we know as Sherman Park. We’ll hear the latest installment in the Islands of Milwaukee Project; and we’ll meet the 91-year-old, unofficial Potato Pancake Queen of Palmyra, Wisconsin.

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Lake Effect
9:59 am
Fri February 7, 2014

Friday on Lake Effect: Malcolm Gladwell, Educating Children of Inmates, Headaches

Friday on Lake Effect:

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