“Ask the...” Series
New for 2010-2011, Dr. Michael Harl joins us as host for the 34th season for the Doctors series on Public TV13. The show is produced and directed by Bob Thomson.
Ask the Doctors is made possible with major funding from Superior Health Partners, with additional support from Peninsula Medical Center, and the Marquette-Alger County Medical Society.
You can e-mail your medical question to Ask the Doctors right now. Then tune in for the next broadcast to hear your answer. Or call in your question during the live program to 1-800-227-9668.
Ask the DNR is produced six times a year. Viewers from the Upper Great Lakes Region can call in and have their questions regarding hunting, fishing and wildlife answered by a panel of experts from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
The program is produced and directed by Bob Thomson and hosted by former WNMU general manager and wildlife enthusiast Scott Seaman. The panel usually includes a conservation officer, wildlife biologist and a fisheries biologist. Various groups support this program with financial contributions and phone volunteers. We are always looking for new underwriters -- if your group is interested in supporting Ask the DNR, give station manager Bruce Turner a call at 800-227-9668.
Ask the DNR often gets more questions called in during every show than can be answered on-air. The DNR representatives follow-up on every question, even when it means making phone calls to viewers after the show is over.
You can e-mail your question to Ask the DNR right now. Then tune in for the next broadcast to hear your answer. Or call your question in during the live program to 1-800-227-9668.
Ask the Lawyers, an integral member of our "Ask the" lineup, is hosted by Matt Surrell. The program, which is produced nine times a year, allows viewers to call in and have their legal questions answered by a panel of attorneys from the local area. Each season ends with a special episode called Ask the Judges. Call in your question during the live program to 1-800-227-9668.
Ask the Lawyers is made possible with partial support from the Marquette County Bar Association.