8 O'Clock Buzz
The U.N. calls the Yemeni victims of the Saudi-lead indiscriminate bombing and subsequent cholera epidemic “the world’s largest humanitarian crisis”. The U.S. supports the Saudi campaign with arms sales and logistic assistance. The Friends Committee on National Legislation is working for peace through negotiation, supporting a House bill to remove funding of logistic aid to […]
Lisa Nunez and Char Devos stopped by the studio to talk about the upcoming exhibit by 608 Arts, being held at the Jackie Macaulay space, 1202 Williamson.
Jan Miyasaki talks to Amanda Perdzock, Statewide Aquatic Invasive Species Program Director of the River Alliance of Wisconsin, about threats to Wisconsin waterways and how that group is working to protect our waters.
The young twenty-first century has certainly gotten off to a rocky start, with a wide assortment of odious, intolerant and boorish villains committing a variety of heinous and heretofore uncontemplated assaults on civic order and decency. Enter musicians Tom Kastle and Ramana Shemayev who offer, if not an antidote to, at least a cheeky respite […]
As Madison’s community television station, over 40 years, it’s seen its share of changes. Now housed in the Madison Central Library, the station is still broadcasting on Madison digital cable channel 991 and livestreaming at wyou.org. Some changes are in the works, and tonight, WYOU hosts a fundraiser at the High Noon Saloon. The event […]
The last time our Eight O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing spoke with Bill Whitford, he was hoping to attract the attention of the U.S. Supreme Court with a lawsuit charging the State of Wisconsin with an illegal gerrymander. Since then, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case, marking the first time the Court […]