In this edition of WYSO Weekend: Rediscovered Radio and Community Voices. Plus we’ll hear about a possible shared space in downtown Dayton that would give residents access to high tech digital equipment, and a documentary film making it’s debut in Dayton next week. See full program details below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: Dayton Youth Radio and more from our Veteran’s Voices series. We’ll here from a visiting professor at Antioch College who will talk about recent waves of children crossing the US border from Central America. And you'll hear from a Dayton man who shared a close bond with three Muslim American college students shot and killed in Chapel Hill, North Caroline earlier this month. See full program details below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: WYSO Archives Fellow Jocelyn Robinson offers up rare recordings of former Antioch College President, Authur Morgan. You’ll also hear a first hand account of the 1942 raid on Tokyo, Japan, from Doolittle Raider Lt. Col. Edward J. Saylor who died on Wednesday. Also in the program, Miami Valley StoryCorps - today, a mother and Daughter share memories of a father and grandfather, and of Iran. Story details below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: We’ll here about proposed changes by the US Food and Drug Administration to end the life-time ban on gay men donating blood. And later in the program our Veterans Voices series continues as we learn about Army veteran 93 year old Jim Martin who parachuted into Normandy this year to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. Jeremy Dobbins has that story. We’ll begin with a conversation with a Waynesville mom who’s son was brutally murdered almost a year ago, and find out how she’s coping. See full program details below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: You’ll hear from a Dayton Police officer who wants to help ease tensions that have surfaced after a year of officer-involved shootings of black men. We’ve got a rundown of MLK events being held over the next week in the Miami Valley, and we'll hear from Community Voices producer Renee Wilde.