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Wisconsin Life


Ch. Title Description # Day Date Time Length RPT CC DVS AD MD
10.1 Go Your Own Way A Vernon County man living off the grid is profiled; a group that helps kids with Autism build and fly drones is visited, a look is taken at Madison’s Roller Derby team; northern Wisconsin’s Loon Rangers talk about the importance of protecting loons; and a Milwaukee blacksmith is interviewed. 201 TH 09/25/14 07:31pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Wisconsin Life A paranormal investigation team explores the old Kewaunee County Jail. A humorous look is taken at how to speak "Wisconsin". A botanical artist is profiled; family tree needlepoint is featured; and the traditional North Indian dance form, Bhangra is introduced. (2 of 4) 202 TH 10/02/14 07:31pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Wisconsin Life Frank Kovac talks about building his own planetarium. A glider pilot soars high over Wisconsin; a boxer who hopes to bring the sport back to UW-Madison is profiled; the gospel group Queens of Harmony performs; a fire-loving hula hooper is featured, and Author Michael Perry talks about crops. (3 of 4) 203 TH 10/09/14 07:31pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Wisconsin Life Margaret Ingraham, one of the most popular tour guides at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin is interviewed. St. Martin Island is visited to see migratory birds. Native American artifacts are examined. Cookie jars are discussed, and cow chip champ Terry Stramowski is profiled. (4 of 4) 204 TH 10/16/14 07:30pm 00:26:45 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Go Your Own Way A Vernon County man living off the grid is profiled; a group that helps kids with Autism build and fly drones is visited, a look is taken at Madison’s Roller Derby team; northern Wisconsin’s Loon Rangers talk about the importance of protecting loons; and a Milwaukee blacksmith is interviewed. 201 FR 10/10/14 08:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Go Your Own Way A Vernon County man living off the grid is profiled; a group that helps kids with Autism build and fly drones is visited, a look is taken at Madison’s Roller Derby team; northern Wisconsin’s Loon Rangers talk about the importance of protecting loons; and a Milwaukee blacksmith is interviewed. 201 TU 10/14/14 04:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Wisconsin Life A paranormal investigation team explores the old Kewaunee County Jail. A humorous look is taken at how to speak "Wisconsin". A botanical artist is profiled; family tree needlepoint is featured; and the traditional North Indian dance form, Bhangra is introduced. (2 of 4) 202 FR 10/17/14 08:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Wisconsin Life A paranormal investigation team explores the old Kewaunee County Jail. A humorous look is taken at how to speak "Wisconsin". A botanical artist is profiled; family tree needlepoint is featured; and the traditional North Indian dance form, Bhangra is introduced. (2 of 4) 202 TU 10/21/14 04:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Wisconsin Life Frank Kovac talks about building his own planetarium. A glider pilot soars high over Wisconsin; a boxer who hopes to bring the sport back to UW-Madison is profiled; the gospel group Queens of Harmony performs; a fire-loving hula hooper is featured, and Author Michael Perry talks about crops. (3 of 4) 203 FR 10/24/14 08:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Wisconsin Life Frank Kovac talks about building his own planetarium. A glider pilot soars high over Wisconsin; a boxer who hopes to bring the sport back to UW-Madison is profiled; the gospel group Queens of Harmony performs; a fire-loving hula hooper is featured, and Author Michael Perry talks about crops. (3 of 4) 203 TU 10/28/14 04:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Wisconsin Life Margaret Ingraham, one of the most popular tour guides at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin is interviewed. St. Martin Island is visited to see migratory birds. Native American artifacts are examined. Cookie jars are discussed, and cow chip champ Terry Stramowski is profiled. (4 of 4) 204 FR 10/31/14 08:30pm 00:26:45 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Go Your Own Way A Vernon County man living off the grid is profiled; a group that helps kids with Autism build and fly drones is visited, a look is taken at Madison’s Roller Derby team; northern Wisconsin’s Loon Rangers talk about the importance of protecting loons; and a Milwaukee blacksmith is interviewed. 201 TH 09/25/14 07:31pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Wisconsin Life A paranormal investigation team explores the old Kewaunee County Jail. A humorous look is taken at how to speak "Wisconsin". A botanical artist is profiled; family tree needlepoint is featured; and the traditional North Indian dance form, Bhangra is introduced. (2 of 4) 202 TH 10/02/14 07:31pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Wisconsin Life Frank Kovac talks about building his own planetarium. A glider pilot soars high over Wisconsin; a boxer who hopes to bring the sport back to UW-Madison is profiled; the gospel group Queens of Harmony performs; a fire-loving hula hooper is featured, and Author Michael Perry talks about crops. (3 of 4) 203 TH 10/09/14 07:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Wisconsin Life Margaret Ingraham, one of the most popular tour guides at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin is interviewed. St. Martin Island is visited to see migratory birds. Native American artifacts are examined. Cookie jars are discussed, and cow chip champ Terry Stramowski is profiled. (4 of 4) 204 TH 10/16/14 07:30pm 00:26:45 - (CC) × ST