The World

12:23pm

Mon July 13, 2015
Listener Feedback

Feedback: New Friday Eve Schedule, Online Stories & Keep the "ee" in Kentucky

Send your feedback by email to: weku@eku.edu, post on Facebook or send a tweet @889weku. You can leave a voice message at 859-622-1657

Last week we aired a comment from Mona, concerned that we were canceling The Dinner Party Download.  I wrote to her explaining the new Friday evening schedule and here’s part of her response, “As you surmised, I discovered (to my delight) on Friday evening that Dinner Party Download had simply been shuffled in the day's schedule -- it is such a great way to kick off the weekend!"


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6:00am

Mon July 6, 2015
Listener Feedback

Feedback: More on Car Talk, What About Dinner Party Download and Podcasts?

Send us your feedback by email to: WEKU@eku.edu, post on Facebook or send a tweet @889weku. You can leave a voice message at 859-622-1657

Here’s another response to the question of whether listeners still appreciate Car Talk in its current form as a “best of” program. Jana, of Frankfort writes, “I actually started listening to WEKU rather than another area station because you carry Car Talk."  

Jana continued, "I enjoy the old episodes and listen nearly every Saturday morning while I lounge around trying not to get up and do anything productive!”

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9:06pm

Sun June 29, 2014
-Eastern Standard

Covering the World's News on Eastern Standard

Andrew Sussman, Executive Producer of PRI's The World and Andrew Whitehead, Editor for the BBC World Service with WEKU's John Hingsbergen in Atlanta, GA.
Credit Jonese Franklin

Public radio listeners are “world citizens” and, to feed our hunger for news from beyond our own borders, we have excellent resources.  This special show originated in Atlanta, Ga. on September 19, 2013 during the annual conference of Public Radio Program Directors.


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11:13pm

Mon September 16, 2013
Eastern Standard

Covering World News on Eastern Standard (audio available)

Andrew Sussman, Executive Producer of PRI's The World and Andrew Whitehead, Editor for the BBC World Service with WEKU's John Hingsbergen in Atlanta, GA.
Credit Jonese Franklin

Public radio listeners are “world citizens” and, to feed our hunger for news from beyond our own borders, we have excellent resources.  This special show will originate from Atlanta, Ga. during the annual conference of Public Radio Program Directors.

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