Education remains one of the most powerful tools for social mobility, community development and self-empowerment in many countries around the world. Yet, many young people face challenges in obtaining adequate and appropriate skills and tools to be active participants in change-making. Three WI-based organizations are working together to start a college in Koinadugu district, one […]
Les Luster, the voice of many public service announcements on WORT-FM, presents his regular program of high-energy rock and roll with his latest discoveries in the world of global warming, earthquakes and earthquake possibilities, and “bad cop stories.” The program is called “Les Luster’s Rock Show!”
Elizabeth has been cooking for over 35 years, at home and professionally. Most recently, she’s been running a booth cooking crepes at the Madison Northside Farmers Market. On the air, she tells stories, sometimes reading but mostly out of her memories. Her Access Hour radio program can be broken down into these pieces: 1. An aphorism that […]
David Armiak, who works in a local nonprofit media analysis organization, has a wonderful collection of music that he loves to mix. He provides a mix for us here on a rainy night in Madison, Wisconsin, in August.
Jim is a faraway listener-sponsor from Michigan, a retired social worker, who presents with his wife and son an Access Hour program pertaining to social justice, being kind to others, having compassion and consideration for other people. About 4-5 songs are played addressing those concerns, and Jim talks a little bit between those songs about […]
The band Counter Void is an independent band that recently released their 2nd album, and they played in Madison on Sunday, July 29th. This Access Hour is hosted by Jason Hafeman, who interviews the band, plays cuts from their album, and encourages them to play maybe even something acoustic, live, in the studio. The band […]