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Books Program on WisconsinEye

In addition to its coverage of the Wisconsin Legislature, WisconsinEye has also produced a series of programs about Wisconsin-themed books. Some are author interviews and others are appearances by authors at local bookstores. Archived audio and video is available.

Some of the featured books so far include the Café Wisconsin Cookbook; Living a Country Year: Wit and Wisdom from the Good Old Days; Aztalan: Mysteries of an Ancient Indian Town; From Door County to Lake Superior; Coming Home to China. Libraries@UW-Madison reports that they've also been filming at Memorial Library's Special Collections Department for a program on Making Maps, Mapping History which is set to air in a few weeks.