Every weekday from 6am to 9am on the Ideas Network stations, you'll hear Joy Cardin talking with a wide variety
of guests about current issues. Policy-makers and politicos field questions from Joy and her callers on a wide array of timely state, national
and international topics.
You can join the conversations each weekday morning by using the toll-free call-in number 1-800-642-1234
(Madison Listeners please use 263-1890). You can also e-mail us at email@example.com. Tune in each Wednesday at 7am for The Big Question in which we'll debate an issue in the news with two guests of opposing perspectives. This week, we discuss whether the legal limit for drunk driving should be lowered. What do you think? Featured Links Frank Larson's Outdoor Cooking Recipe Booklet 1 About Joy Cardin Joy Cardin started hosting the 6am to 9am call-in programs on May 1st, 2003, replacing Tom
Clark after his retirement. Joy is a
native of Appleton and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens
Point. She worked as a reporter/anchor for commercial television stations
in Wausau and Green Bay before accepting a reporting/hosting position
at WPR's Green Bay Bureau in 1986. She served as WPR's News Director
before assuming her the position as director of Ideas Network talk
programming. In November 2007, she stepped down as Talk Director to host the morning show full-time. Joy has received several awards for her reporting and editing.
She served on the Board of Directors of "We the People: Wisconsin"
a civic journalism media collaboration involving Wisconsin Public Radio,
Wisconsin Public Television, The Wisconsin State Journal and WISC-TV in
Madison. She also co-hosted and helped develop the early morning call-in
program with Tom Clark when the Ideas Network was created in 1990.
This week, we discuss whether the legal limit for drunk driving should be lowered.
What do you think?
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