On 88.9 WEKU Thursdays at 11am/8pm, Sundays at 6pm
- Six months after the flood of ’22 in Eastern Kentucky and the numbers are in: 9-thousand homes, damaged or destroyed. Rebecca Shelton from the Appalachian Citizens’ Law Center walks us through the analysis. LISTEN
- Part Two of our series highlighting the four pillars of the Code of Ethics of the Society of Professional Journalists. LISTEN
- Danville HS senior Ramona Pierce, Press Corps Coordinator for the Kentucky Student Voice Team joins us to talk about the rise and value of student journalism. LISTEN
- Chris Begley returns with an essay on the power and responsibility of the local reporter. LISTEN
- As EKU prepares to reopen a significantly renovated Giles Art Gallery, galleries Melissa Vanderberg discusses what we’ll find as well as the values of both in-person experience with art, as well as the virtual version. LISTEN
Visit RISE, our six-part documentary series inspired by the July '22 flash flood that claimed the lives of 45 and destroyed thousands of homes and businesses in southeast Kentucky:
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