The views expressed on the Access Hour do not represent the views of the station, its staff, programmers, or the Board of Directors. However, members of the public agree to follow certain regulatory and broadcast rules when on the air.
In order to keep the show accessible, any individual or group is limited to one show per year. The Access Hour is often booked several months in advance.
Questions? Email the producer at: email@example.com
All or portions of the Access Hour may be prerecorded. During the Access Hour that aired on September 13, 2021, some prerecorded portions that had yet to be edited were […]
The Madisonian Podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by local high school freshman Ben Brown. It focuses on sharing the diverse stories of the citizens that make up Madison. On […]
Fiddler & Shoots Production Company discusses how they started their company and what they do to keep it afloat. To give a quick summary, it all started in 2020 out […]
The Poetry for Life call-in show aired on Monday, July 19th at 7 pm. Gary Glazner, founder of the Alzheimer’s Poetry Project (APP) and the past poet laureate of Madison, Fabu Carter […]
On the Access Hour, Erika Fleury, Program Director of the North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance, and Amy Kerwin, Founder of Primates Incorporated, answer the most commonly-asked questions about sanctuaries and the need to […]
Helena White, cohost of On The Horizon, interviewed November Criminals, a band from Milwaukee who blend hip hop and polka music. White asked them about their traditional polka and alternative […]