Thursday on Lake Effect: The Importance of Pollinators, Noel Coward's Legacy and Musician Jack Spann
Thursday on Lake Effect:
As Earth Day approaches, we get a scientific look at why pollinators are important, what happens as species disappear, and how we can stem the tide. Later, with the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre celebrates the legacy of playwright Noel Coward, and we learn more about his life. And musician Jack Spann, on his first-ever solo album, and his work with David Bowie on his final record.
- Claudio Gratton, UW-Madison Department of Entomology; Susan Bence, WUWM Environmental Reporter
- Geoffrey Johnson, Noel Coward Foundation
- Carmen Murguia, poet
- Jack Spann, musician