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Professor Shakhashiri is a frequent guest of the Larry Meiller Show on the Ideas Network of Wisconsin Public Radio.

Below is some information about past shows.

Past Appearances 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005,
2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998


November 20th, 1997, Larry Meiller Show

On the November 20th program, with guest host Jim Packard, he discussed a number of topics including:


October 7th, 1997, Larry Meiller Show

On the October 7th program, the main topic discussed was:


September 4th, 1997, Larry Meiller Show

On the September 4th program, the main topics discussed were:


July 22nd, 1997, Larry Meiller Show

On the July 22nd program, the main topics discussed were:


June 10th, 1997, Larry Meiller Show

On the June 10th program, the main topics discussed were:


May 13th, 1997, Larry Meiller Show

On the May 13th program, he discussed the end of the school year. He also talked about and answered questions about the following topics:

Prof. Shakhashiri also discussed audience questions about cold fusion and about science and math standards for schools.


April 1st, 1997, Larry Meiller Show

On the April 1st program, he discussed science, religion, and human values. Some of the discussion involved


March 4th, 1997, Larry Meiller Show

On the March 4th program, he discussed and answered questions on a variety of topics, including:


January 31st, 1997, Larry Meiller Show

On the Friday, January 31 program, Professor Dudley Herschbach of Harvard University, the 1986 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, discussed a number of issues including the teaching of chemistry and the importance of a scientifically literate populace.


November 21st, 1996, Larry Meiller Show

On the Thursday, November 21 program, with guest host Jim Packard, he discussed and answered questions on a variety of topics, including:


October 17th, 1996, Larry Meiller Show

On the Thursday, October 17 program, he discussed and answered questions on a variety of topics, including:


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