Wednesday on Lake Effect: Reporting On Trump, Electric Bacteria, 'My First and Last Film'

Oct 23, 2019

Wednesday on Lake Effect

A talk with the chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times about how his work has changed during the Trump Administration. Then, we discuss the discovery of electric bacteria and the future of microbial fuel cells. Plus, Milwaukee filmmaker Tracey Thomas reflects on getting older and making her first film in her 60s.

Guests:

  • Carl Hulse, Chief Washington Correspondent for the New York Times
  • Dr. Ken Nealson, professor of earth and biological sciences at the University of South California
  • Tracey Thomas, filmmaker, My First and Last Film