Klay Woodworth

Program Director

Klay Woodworth began his time with WMUK in 1990 as a classical music host and weekend operator.  Over the years, Klay took over the supervision of daily operations and was named Program Director for WMUK in 2000. Klay is an active musician and avid pedestrian.

Email: klayton.woodworth (at) wmuk.org     Phone: (269) 387 5725

WMUK is pleased to offer "The Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature" as a part of our new Morning Edition line-up.  This award-winning series of half-hour shows features the “bioneers” – social and scientific innovators with breakthrough solutions for people and planet. Cutting edge – charismatic – provocative – hopeful. These are the ardent voices of our most brilliant visionaries with both feet on the ground. They span the rich arc of human endeavor and practical transformation toward a future environment of hope.

No Broadcast WMUK-2

Aug 25, 2013

Due to an interference problem we are currently not able to deliver the WMUK-2 signal to HD radios.  The programming on WMUK-2 continues to be available on this website (just click on the "Listen" button on the top of the Home page).

For quite a while now WMUK has offered listeners news and entertainment on Saturday mornings.  Soon, we will also be adding a touch of inspiration with the addition of the TED Radio Hour to WMUK-1.

Public radio listeners across the nation have embraced this new production from NPR that pulls together interesting and inspiring stories from TED events across the nation.  Guy Raz is the host.  We have been offering the show on WMUK-2 for the past few months where it has also been well received.

We are all familiar with the concept of “prime time” in the television world.  For decades the “prime” listening time for radio stations is when people are in their cars going to or coming home from work.  Over the years, “drive time” has come to be defined as 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and this is, logically, where stations will put their strongest programs.

More News on WMUK-2

Jun 12, 2013

  As you may have heard, NPR has made the difficult decision to wind down production of Talk of the Nation at the end of June.  In its place, NPR and WBUR in Boston are joining forces to expand and re-launch WBUR’s daily show Here & Now as a national news program for audiences in the middle of the day. It will be the first program owned and produced by a Member station that is built on a close, day-to-day editorial collaboration with NPR.