In this edition of WYSO Weekend: Wine, women, and song… as WYSO Music Director Niki Dakota talks funk with our very own Radio Basim and their special guest on Excursions this week. And Dayton History is getting ready to launch their own wine production. You'll hear about that, we’ve got Dayton Youth Radio and WYSO’s art series Culture Couch. See details below.
Women’s Voices from Dayton Correctional Institution.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: We’ll talk with University of Dayton Provost Paul Benson about his new appointment, and you’ll hear about the historic Dayton Woman’s Club. And later in the program, Juliet Fromholt talks to the band Curse of Cassandra – you’ll hear about their next album release and some of the music they featured Wednesday night on Kaleidoscope. More details below.
On this week's WYSO Weekend, you’ll meet some local students headed to St. Louis in the week ahead to compete in the World FIRST Robotics Championship. You’ll get the 411 on a major cultural exchange symposium coming to Antioch College. We've also got Dayton Youth Radio and Cutlure Couch in the mix. Check out the details below.
On today’s WYSO Weekend, Alex Heckman with Dayton History is back to tell us about this year's Wright at Home open house at Hawthorn Hill. Joining us in the interview is Steve Wright, the great-grandnephew of Orville and Wilbur Wright. He’ll give us a little more insight into his famous ancestors. We’ll also talk to Tim Kambitsch—director of the Dayton Public Library about next week’s grand-opening of the new Northwest branch. We’ve also got Miami Valley StoryCorps and this week’s Culture Couch with Community Voices producer Jason Reynolds. See details below.
On today’s WYSO Weekend, Dayton Youth Radio, WYSO Curious and our occasional arts series, Culture Couch. Later in the program, you’ll hear about some local citizens who provide freedoms rides to animals in need, and up first, the next in our series Women's Voices From The Dayton Correctional Institution. See Details Below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: WYSO’s locally produced American Graduate stories from our series, What's Next. And we’ll end the program with an American Graduate extra featuring the Stivers School for the Arts Senior Chorus. We start the program with an interview with Terry DeMio, a reporter with The Cincinnati Enquirer.
On this edition of WYSO Weekend: Dayton Youth Radio, and you’ll hear about a new office for males of color opened up by the Dayton Public School district. And later in the program, how DP&L is helping customers save energy and money! We've also got Bill Felker with Poor Will's Almanack. See full details below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: Several local groups are celebrating anniversaries—we’ll tell you about those. And this week we have the next story in our series Women’s Voices: From the Dayton Correctional Institution. See full details below.
On this week's program: Culture Couch, our occasional arts and culture series looks at Teaching Shakespeare - 400 years of the famous writer’s death. We’ve got Dayton Youth Radio and more audio from the WYSO archives to share in Rediscovered Radio.