WERU Community Radio is all about diversity and just to keep things interesting we’ve got some new programs in the schedule and a few current shows moving around. We’ve also got a broadcaster’s voice returning to WERU after many years away and a brand new voice taking to the airwaves! We hope our listeners enjoy the new and relocated programs.
Featured Artist of the Week
The Mallett Brothers Band will be our “Featured Artist” this week. Each morning at 7:45 AM our volunteer disc jockey will play a cut from their 2017 album The Falling Of The Pine and will give away a FREE pair of tickets to see the group on Friday, February 2nd from 9 – 11 PM at the Bangor Arts Exchange (193 Exchange Street) to a lucky listener!
All kinds of people with all kinds of backgrounds volunteer at WERU. We recently asked one of them, Dr. John Hunt, about his involvement at WERU. Here’s what he had to say…
What do you do at WERU Community Radio?
“I host and produce two radio programs: Let’s Talk Animals: From Aardvarks To Zebras (call in show every fourth Thursday, 10:00-11:00 a.m.) and Pet Sounds (short feature every Sunday morning, 7:30-7:35 a.m.). I also formerly served on the WERU Board of Directors.”
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