April 11, 2015 - Madison, WI - Monona Terrace

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A live show from the Monona Terrace in Madison, WI! Featuring filmmaker and author Paul Fischer, then Joe Pug stops by the Terrace to play a song or two for Michael. And of course, your weekly dose of All the News That Isn'tThanks For the Memos and two hilarious rounds of the Whad'Ya Know? Quiz!

All the News That Isn't - April 11, 2015

Another week falls under Michael's hilarious scrutiny!

This week's news and newsmakers include:
Bovine Growth Hormone, Climate Change, Apple Watch, NFL Female official, Scott Walker, Hilary Clinton, Iran nuclear accord, and more!

Then Mike Arnold gives 'Five Reasons' for buying an Apple Watch!


Paul Fischer

Paul Fischer is a film producer who studied social sciences at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris and film at the University of Southern California and the New York Film Academy. Paul’s first feature film, the documentary Radioman, won the Grand Jury Prize at the Doc NYC festival and was released to critical and commercial acclaim. A Kim Jong-Il Production is his first book.

Michael gets at the story behind the story with Fischer and more!

Joe Pug

The Austin, TX singer songwriter has made a habit of defying expectations and his rise has been as improbable as it has been impressive. After dropping out of college and taking on work as a carpenter in Chicago, he got his musical start by providing CDs for his fans to pass along to their friends. This led to a string of sold out shows and a record deal. 

Find out more about this hard working musician when Michael gets into his routine and about the magic of songwriting.



Town of the Week - Munising, MI

Mike Arnold looks longingly over the history and possible recreation of the picturesque town of Munising, MI. Then Michael finally finds it on the map and chats with Hilary at the Historical Society about what's on display there and life in the U.P.