Full episode of WYSO Weekend for January 9, 2011 including the following stories:
- A look at Muse Machine's upcoming production of Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods. WYSO Weekend host Jerry Keney speaks with some of the show's cast and crew who are very excited with the production.
- Patricia Adams is a legal assistant from Gahanna, Ohio. She came to StoryCorps to share stories about work. Patricia's son Bryan traveled all the way from Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts to interview his mom. He wanted to hear about all the jobs she had before she took her favorite one – Mother.
- Around the country there are groups of women who sing at the bedsides of people who are sick or dying. It's called Threshold singing and there are choirs all over the United States, including one in Yellow Springs. Juliet Fromholt has a story about Threshold Choirs.
Emily McCord speaks to Ohio Public Radio's Bill Cohen in this week's installment of PoliticsOhio. They discuss Kasich's reversal on his decision to allow media at inaugural events. Also, Cohen breaks down the GOP's approach to handling the state budget deficit.