Wisconsin Public Radio's Larry Meiller Broadcasts Live from Marcus Center Today


Listeners from around the state are invited to join Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) host Larry Meiller for a live broadcast with gardening expert MeLinda Myers on his Friday signature show, Garden Talk.

The statewide broadcast will take place today, December 14, 11am-12:30pm and originate from the Bradley Pavilion, inside the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, located at 929 North Water Street in downtown Milwaukee. Members of the public are invited to arrive anytime after 10:30am and stay as long as they wish. Larry Meiller will be taking listener calls from around the state and invite members of the live audience to ask questions during the broadcast.

"Melinda is a wonderful guest and we are excited to be in Milwaukee," says Larry Meiller, host of The Larry Meiller Show, broadcast from Madison 11am-12:30am Monday-Friday.

The live broadcast in Milwaukee is free and open to the public. More information available at wpr.org/Milwaukee. The Ideas Network includes 19 stations throughout Wisconsin, including 90.7 WHAD-FM in Milwaukee. It can also be heard online at wpr.org.

Wisconsin Public Radio is a service of the University of Wisconsin Extension, the Educational Communications Board and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. For more than 90 years, WPR has served the people of Wisconsin with quality news, classical music, and talk radio programs. Listen, learn more and donate online at: www.wpr.org.

The Marcus Center for the Performing Arts is owned and partially funded by Milwaukee County. The Marcus Center has been the premier entertainment destination for Milwaukee and Wisconsin since 1969. It provides the setting for outstanding cultural experiences, where the arts come to life for current and future generations. Located in the heart of the Downtown Theater District, the Marcus Center is a community facility that offers live performance of opera, ballet, children's theater, symphony and first-class national touring productions. For more information on Broadway at the Marcus Center and Broadway Across America-Milwaukee Series, Marcus Center Presents Series, Off Broadway Series visit the Marcus Center website at: www.MarcusCenter.org.

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