Always evolving, WERU has a couple exciting new programs and volunteers to report on. Phelan Gallagher has begun a music show called Wild Tracks Live (Tuesdays, 2-4 p.m.). The other, Change Agents (1st Thursday, 4-5 p.m.), is a local public affairs program hosted by Steve Wessler. Keep reading to learn more about these great additions to our schedule!
As of January 1, WERU’s news and public affairs program schedule has changed. In short, the new schedule presents Democracy Now! weekdays at 10 a.m, local public affairs programs at 4 p.m., and nationally syndicated programs at 5 p.m. The music schedule will not be impacted by these changes.
Renowned award-winning author Terry Tempest Williams, spoke about and read from her new collection called Erosion: Essays of Undoing, on November 16, 2019 in Blue Hill at an event sponsored by Blue Hill Books, The Bay School and WERU. To hear her talk click here. (Recorded by Phelan Gallagher and produced by Amy Browne.)
Featured Artist of the Week
Rustic Overtones is our “Featured Artist of the Week”! Tune in each weekday morning at 7:45 AM to hear a cut from their record “Light At The End” and then try to win a FREE pair of tickets to see them perform live with opening act Drive By Todd on Thursday, February 6th at 7:30 PM in the Camden Opera House.
Democracy Now! Headlines
Oakland Moms Who Occupied Vacant Property to Highlight Housing Crisis Celebrate Unexpected Victory
International Court of Justice Orders Burmese Authorities to Protect Rohingya Muslims from Genocide
Law Professor: Trump Could Also Have Been Impeached for War Crimes, Assassinations & Corruption
Headlines for January 24, 2020
"Dark Waters": Meet the Lawyer Whose 20-Year Fight Against DuPont Inspired the New Film
Tim Robbins: Bernie Sanders Is the Best Shot We Have to Defeat Donald Trump