The Larry Meiller Show

The Larry Meiller Show

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From nature to science, "The Larry Meiller Show" explores and celebrates life in Wisconsin through topics that touch all aspects of our shared experience.More from The Larry Meiller Show »

Most Recent Episodes

Celebrating Sturgeon in Wisconsin

Sturgeon are "living fossils," according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources , and first appeared millions of years ago when dinosaurs still roamed the earth. Two species of the fish - the lake sturgeon and shovelnose sturgeon - can be found in the state. Join Larry and his guests as they discuss the history and management of the world's largest sturgeon population and the upcoming Sturgeon Spectacular in Fond du Lac.

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Exploring The World Of Owls

Explore the world of owls with Larry's guest from the International Owl Center. They'll discuss the upcoming Festival of the Owls in Houston, Minn., the latest research, and how to live an owl-friendly life.

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Pet Care: Dental Health Care Month

February marks National Pet Dental Health Month . Join Larry and his guest, Dr. Sandi Sawchuk, as they discuss how bad breath may not always be coming from a pet's teeth, plus what you can do to ensure good dental health. They'll also discuss the dangers of playing fetch with sticks and also of breed misidentification.

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A Conversation About Science

It's time for a science update! Join Larry and his guest as they talk about a recently released report about the status of science and engineering in the U.S., how 2015 was the hottest year on record, and more.

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Picking Out Books For Children

Learn what to look for when picking out children's book from Larry's guest, award-winning author Kevin Henkes. Larry and Kevin will also discuss trends in children's literature and his latest book, "When Spring Comes."

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Garden Talk: Planning A Native Plant Garden

February is a good time for people to plan for their prairie and woodland gardens. Larry Meiller will talk to a natural plant expert about the best plants for urban spaces and for pollinators. They'll also explore how to integrate native gardens into urban areas.

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Garden Talk: Planning A Native Plant Garden

February is a good time for people to plan for their prairie and woodland gardens. Larry Meiller will talk to a natural plant expert about the best plants for urban spaces and for pollinators. They'll also explore how to integrate native gardens into urban areas.

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Preparing Valentine's Day And Super Bowl Treats

Whether you're deciding what chocolate delight to prepare for your loved ones on Valentine's Day or planning your Super Bowl party spread, we've got you covered. Join Larry as he talks to editors from Taste of Home's Simple & Delicious magazine about their suggestions and recipes.

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Wisconsin Wildlife Update: Coyotes And The Deer Management Assistance Program

It's time for an update on Wisconsin wildlife. Join Larry and his guests as they discuss coyote hazing, the latest news on the Deer Management Assistance Program, and what's up with owls in the state.

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Exploring The State With "Our Wisconsin"

"Our Wisconsin" celebrates what makes the state so special. Join Larry as he talks to the editor of the magazine about what Wisconsinites should get out and see in February and March.

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