Station News

What's new at WMUK

An oral history project honoring veterans, service members and military families is partnering with WMU to record and preserve the stories of local community members.

The popular music show American Routes will be moving to WMUK-1 starting Sunday, June 9.  Every week, Nick Spitzer brings listeners plenty of “roots” music but also explores the routes of influence that define contemporary American musical culture.  Learn more at the website: American Routes.

To make it a full afternoon of music we will be moving Alma Latina to 4 p.m. on Sundays.  WMUK’s repeat of A Prairie Home Companion will be heard at 8 p.m.

5:00     BBC World Service

Starting Monday, June 3, evening listening will be a little different on WMUK.  Many current audience favorites will continue although they may be moving to a different time.  Echoes will continue to be heard in its full form weeknights on WMUK-2.  From the Top will continue to be heard Saturdays at noon.

The popular science module Earth/Sky will be going out of production at the end of May.  WMUK will air the final weekday broadcast of the 2-minute program on May 31.  The program has been heard on WMUK right before NPR's All Things Considered for several years. 

After two decades of broadcasts to stations across the country program producers in Austin, Texas, have decided to focus their efforts and resources on their website: earthsky.org.

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