At the WEKU Stations, we serve our listeners best when we take the time to hear your issues and concerns. To that end, we invite you to join us at a community meeting designed to tell you about what’s going on with us and, more importantly, for us to hear your feedback about how we can better serve you and your community.
Here's the meeting schedule, all times 5:30 – 7:00 pm:
Send us your feedback by e-mail, Facebook, on our website, or by calling our Listener Comment Line at 859-622-1657
First up today, a reaction to last week’s comments. One of those was a concern about the nature of the humor in Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me. The other, feeling our programming promotes what he described as the “homosexual agenda.”
Kentucky Tonight can be heard on the WEKU Stations Tuesday mornings at 11:00.
On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss state tax reform. The program that airs "live" Monday evening on KET will be re-broadcast Tuesday morning at 11:00 on WEKU.
Tony Mowod plays Overnight Jazz on Classic 102.1 Monday through Thursday nights from 10:00 pm until 2:00 am.
Overnight listeners in the Lexington and Frankfort areas now have a choice of musical styles. While 88.9 FM and the network of WEKU Stations continue to present classical Music Through the Night, Classic 102.1 now features Overnight Jazz.
On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss industrial hemp. The program that airs "live" Monday evening on KET, will be repeated Tuesday morning at 11:00 on the WEKU Stations.
In April of 20-11, the musical, Catch Me If You Can, opened on Broadway for a run of only five months. The show, based on the 2002 film, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, is on a nationwide tour that includes five shows in Lexington.
Lexington's Lyric Theatre now hosts the Monday night tapings of the Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour.
Credit John Hingsbergen
Within the last two weeks, The Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour has marked two milestones. On January 21st, the 13-year-old show moved from its longtime home base of Lexington's Kentucky Theatre to the recently-remodeled Lyric Theatre.
A special edition of Kentucky Tonight features Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw examining the causes and possible solutions of poverty in Kentucky. The program which airs Monday night on Kentucky Educational Television, will be re-broadcast Tuesday morning at 11:00 on the WEKU Stations.
A little more than a week ago, we launched a new lineup of weekend programs, beginning with a couple on Friday evenings, namely The Dinner Party and Wits. Most of the comments we received focused on what we dropped, not what we added to the schedule.
On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss public employee pensions. The program that aired "live" on KET Monday night will be re-broadcast Tuesday morning at 11:00 on the WEKU Stations.
Peter Sagal, host of NPR's popular quiz show, Wait Wait, Don't Tell Me, was a guest on WEKU this past weekend. Sagal joined Program Director John Hingsbergen for a conversation during the station's three-day end-of-year fund drive that wrapped up Saturday afternoon.
On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss state tax reform. The program, which airs "live" on KET Monday night, is repeated each Tuesday morning at 11:00 on the WEKU Stations.
KET's Bill Goodman hosts Kentucky Tonight, which airs Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m. on WEKU.
Credit Kentucky Educational Television
On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss the fiscal cliff. The program, which is "live" Monday night on Kentucky Educational TV, will be re-broadcast Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. on the WEKU Stations.
This napkin ring set from Quito, Ecuador will be part of the exhibit.
When weaving a basket, form does not necessarily follow function. The basket-making tradition runs deep in both Appalachian and the Andean Mountains of South America. Arts professor Herb Goldman says the baskets may share the same job, but, they often look quite different. Goldman, who teaches at Eastern Kentucky University, recently curated a show for the Lexington Public Library.
The Kings Singers are a vocal ensemble with a range that crosses boundaries….both stylistically and geographically. In fact, during the past year, the six-member group has performed in over three dozen countries. They sing the work of contemporary composers, long-established classics and even specially-commissioned pieces. Kings Singers, Jonathan Howard and Paul Phoenix, spoke with John Hingsbergen about the group itself and Friday night’s performance of “Travel Songs” at Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts.
On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Renee Shaw and guests will discuss the Electoral College. The program, which airs "live" on KET, will be re-broadcast Tuesday morning at 11:00 on the WEKU Stations.
Kentucky Tonight airs Tuesdays at 11:00 am on 88.9 FM WEKU and the network of WEKU stations across Central and Southeastern Kentucky.
On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman and guests will discuss the 2012 election. The program, which airs "live" on KET Monday night, will be re-broadcast on the WEKU Stations Tuesday morning at 11:00.
WEKU will carry a call-in special program from NPR News on the evolving issues as the superstorm Sandy makes its way inland, leaving behind massive flooding in New York city and in widespread areas along the Eastern Seaboard. This coverage will now air until 4:00 pm, followed by complete and in-depth reporting during NPR's All Things Considered.
All three candidates for the KY Sixth District congressional race are scheduled to participate in this week's Kentucky Tonight.
On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman will talk with candidates in the 6th Congressional District race. WEKU will simulcast the "live" KET broadcast Monday evening at 8:00 and repeat it, in its usual time, Tuesday morning at 11:00.
Scheduled guests are: Garland "Andy" Barr, Republican Party; U.S. Rep. Ben Chandler, Democratic Party; and Randolph Vance, independent.
On this week's edition of Kentucky Tonight, host Bill Goodman will talk with candidates in the 4th Congressional District race. The program, which airs "live" Monday evening on KET, will be re-broadcast Tuesday morning at 11:00 on WEKU.
Melanie Kleinwas a brilliant and unorthodox woman who came to Britain from Berlin to extend her brand of psychoanalysis to young children. A new production, opening Sunday October 21 at Lexington’s Balagula Theatre, portrays a slice of her life in 1934.
Four rock ‘n roll bands will take the stage next Saturday in Berea as yet another benefit for the victims of this year’s tornado in West Liberty. The event is being put together by Blackii Whyte. He’s the proprietor of the Blackii Whyte Barn & Grill.