Wednesday on Lake Effect: NPR's Mary Louise Kelly, Wisconsin Ginseng Farmers, Loving 'Outlander'
Wednesday on Lake Effect:
A conversation with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly, who started as the network's national security correspondent before moving into the co-host's chair at All Things Considered. She's also known for her unflinching interview with NPR President Jarl Mohn, in the wake of a #MeToo scandal at the network. Later, a look at how Wisconsin’s ginseng growers are affected by the emerging trade war with China. And Lake Effect essayist Mel Miskimen explores her love of the Outlander books.
- Mary Louise Kelly, co-host, All Things Considered
- Will Hsu, president, Hsu's Ginseng
- Mel Miskimen, Lake Effect essayist