Click here to listen to a BBC Newshour radio report on the Wisconsin economy and the mid-term elections in November. A reporting team of Claire Bolderson and Paul Schuster visited Milwaukee and Madison for segments aired Friday; more segments from Wisconsin are scheduled to air on BBC Monday. The full Newshour broadcast is 53 minutes long, but Wisconsin segments can be heard starting at 5:40, 26:40 and 47:30. The interviews (in order) include Milwaukee historian John Gurda, citizens visiting the Farmers’ Market on Madison’s Capitol Square, Tom Still of the Wisconsin Technology Council, Fred Robertson of TomoTherapy and Gov. Jim Doyle.
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