WYSO Weekend

Sunday, 10:30 - 11:00am

Every Sunday morning on WYSO Weekend host Jerry Kenney brings you the news of issues, interviews, arts and cultural events from across the Miami Valley.  WYSO Weekend is WYSO's Radio Magazine.
 

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Around the Miami Valley
10:33 am
Mon June 6, 2011

WYSO Weekend: June 5, 2011

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for June 5, 2011 containing a wrap of the WYSO News Department's series, The New Face of Wright-Patt:

-BRAC: How It All Began, by Emily McCord

-BRAC’s Economic Potential, by Jerry Kenney

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Around the Miami Valley
11:35 am
Mon May 30, 2011

WYSO Weekend: May 29, 2011

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for May 29, 2011 containing the following stories:

-Emily McCord speaks with Irish radio producer Mary Phelan and area resident Roger Kearney, a distant relative of Barack Obama about the upcoming documentary "The Road to Moneygall," which will air on WYSO.

-Sarah Buckingham previews this week's Sunday Documentary Hour offerings

-Jerry Kenney speaks with artist Greg Dearth about his upcoming exhibit at Gallery 510 in Dayton

Around the Miami Valley
10:30 am
Mon May 2, 2011

WYSO Weekend: May 1st, 2011

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for May 1, 2011 containing the following stories:

-Community Voices producer Susan Byrnes reports on artwork in Wegerzyn Gardens

-Niki Dakota and Conrad Balliet discuss the relationship between song and poetry in a excerpt of this week's host highlight.

-Readings from the Dayton-Metro Library: Herb Martin

-Commentator Julie Zickefoose asks, Is My Car Gay?

Commentary
11:47 am
Sun May 1, 2011

Is My Car Gay?

Flickr Creative Commons user Marjorie Lipan

Across the US, gas and oil prices are going up, and people may paying a little more attention to their traveling habits.  And so commentator Julie Zickefoose is forced to ask a completely unrelated question: is my car gay?

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National Poetry Month
10:42 am
Sun May 1, 2011

Readings from the Dayton-Metro Library: Herb Martin

Herb Martin is a local poet, retired Wright State professor, and an expert on the life and work of Paul Lawrence Dunbar.  Here he reads a philosophical poem at the Dayton-Metro Library.

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