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

The Larry Meiller Show

From Wisconsin Public Radio

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

Most Recent Episodes

Garden Talk: Gifts for the gardener

Garden Talk: Gifts for the gardener

Do you have someone with a green thumb on your gift list? Our gardening expert has a few suggestions for you and will also answer your gardening questions.

Consumer Protection: Holiday season tips

Consumer Protection: Holiday season tips

Scammers work all year-round but the holidays are an especially vulnerable time because of the increase in web activity. Our consumer protection experts help you maneuver promotions that are too good to be true, gift cards and online shopping.

Wildlife update: A look at deer hunt statistics

Wildlife update: A look at deer hunt statistics

We look at recently released deer hunt numbers, including this year's gun hunt. We also look at CWD and the coronavirus in deer, barn owls in Wisconsin, and how wildlife survive over winter.

Wildlife update: A look at deer hunt statistics

Black author book recommendations

Black author book recommendations

The founder of the largest website dedicated to books written by Black authors offers his recommendations for nonfiction, fiction and children's books.

New novel set in Wisconsin Pomeranian community

New novel set in Wisconsin Pomeranian community

In the mid 1850s many Pomeranians traveled from their country in north Central Europe to the United States. We talk about a new mystery novel that explores the experience of one such immigrant who made her way to Watertown, Wisconsin.

New novel set in Wisconsin Pomeranian community

Weather Guys: Winter weather causes punch holes in clouds

Weather Guys: Winter weather causes punch holes in clouds

This month numerous "punch holes" were spotted in clouds around the Midwest. We talk with our Weather Guys about clouds and take a look ahead with a winter weather forecast.

Weather Guys: Winter weather causes punch holes in clouds

Transforming farmland

Transforming farmland

About a quarter of greenhouse emissions are created from our food, agricultural and land-use systems. Two agriculture and climate experts talk about how farmers - with the soil they till - can store carbon and reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Stargazing in December

Stargazing in December

A new comet, seen first in January, might be visible in Wisconsin next month. We talk to an astronomer about what to expect and possible gift suggestions for new stargazers.

Weather Guys: Two meteorologists receive the Nobel Prize

Weather Guys: Two meteorologists receive the Nobel Prize

Two meteorologists were among the three scientists who were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics earlier this month. We talk to our weather guests to learn more about the winners, talk about the hole in the ozone layer and Sputnik's impact on weather monitoring 64 years ago. We also check-in on weather in the Milwaukee area with a National Weather Service expert.

Weather Guys: Two meteorologists receive the Nobel Prize

Sustainable farming program in the state could be important model for farmers nationwide

Sustainable farming program in the state could be important model for farmers nationwide

A new sustainability pilot program in the state focusing on 12 farms and covering more than 33,000 acres aims to establish conservation practices, document environmental and financial impact and demonstrate the value of sustainability throughout the supply chain. We talk with two of the parties involved about what has come out of year one and what's next.

Sustainable farming program in the state could be important model for farmers nationwide