To the Best of Our Knowledge
Go in-depth on some of the world's most fascinating topics with Peabody Award-winning host Jim Fleming. His in-depth interviews with world-renowned guests challenge you with new thoughts and ideas. Fleming's passion for a deeper understanding of the world around us comes through in this engaging and award-winning magazine. It's smart radio for those with curious minds. Produced by Wisconsin Public Radio.
About Jim Fleming
Jim Fleming was born in Madison, Wis., and grew up in Champaign-Urbana, Ill. He was smitten by radio during his college career, while an English major at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joining Wisconsin Public Radio in 1968 as a student volunteer. After several years away, he returned and hosted classical music programs, combining his interests in the classics with his interest in discussing the arts. Read full bio.
Little-known facts about Jim
He unwinds by practicing karate (he and his son both hold brown belts) and reading mystery novels.
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