Seg. 1: Legislation, Trade And Midwestern Farmers. Seg. 2: Can Classic Rock Music Outlive Its Stars?
Segment 1: How national headlines impact local farmers.
Even if agriculture may not seem like a big part of your life, farmers are responsible for much of our food, our clothes and even our medicine. Today, we sat down with three reporters from Harvest Public Media to learn how farmers across the Midwest are responding to drought, tariffs and the newest version of the farm bill.
- Amy Mayer, Harvest Public Media reporter at Iowa Public Radio
- Madelyn Beck, Harvest Public Media regional reporter in Illinois
- Grant Gerlock, Harvest Public Media reporter at NET News in Nebraska
Segment 2, beginning at 22:35: Lessons from the culture of classic rock.
Decades after their deaths, Keith Moon, John Lennon and Freddie Mercury are portrayed as mythical music icons. But why are these artists lionized, and do contemporary musicians have as much staying power? We heard from music critic Steven Hyden about the legacy of classic rock, and what we can still learn from the genre.
- Steven Hyden, music critic and author of "Twilight of the Gods: A Journey to the End of Classic Rock"