Lily wants a show where she can play dark, somber music from a variety of genres, like post-punk, folk, symphonic, movie soundtrack, etc. Everything would be family-friendly. She’ll deejay and talk on the air a little about some of the tunes.
June and Sandy work at H&R Block, and they are also part of the WORT community. They discuss changes in income tax requirements that can affect your returns and take phone calls from listeners with questions.
On Sept 16th and 17th of 2017, activists from 37 states and over 150 cities in the US, Venezuela, South Korea, and Mexico came together to inaugurate the People’s Congress of Resistance and start a revolutionary movement. A report by Gabriel Clemente.
U.S. Representative Glenn Grothman has been interested for some time in the possibility of deejaying some music on WORT. This evening, in a program recorded previously at the studios, he does just that. Contact: Molly Stentz firstname.lastname@example.org
The second annual Circus Performance of The Nutcracker will be held this month at the Circus Space on Winnebago Avenue in Madison. The producer of the performance, Amy Owen, discusses the performance as well as the different kinds of circus acts involved with a variety of skilled and talented performers that will be participating. Contact: […]
Art Paul, noted street singer, composer, and performer, pulls together a program for the Access Hour each year. Here he is today, and his topic of choice this evening is food!