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.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: We’ll learn about the Montgomery County Veterans Treatment Court – that’s coming up in our Veterans Voices series. And we’ll talk with Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl – first a quick conversation about The city’s decision to alter its traffic photo enforcement program – then we’ll see what’s happened with Dayton Police since a 2008 Dept. of Justice lawsuit accused them of discriminatory hiring practices. You'll find the full program details below.
On today's edition of WYSO Weekend: You’ll hear two features that focus on issues facing men and women who have served in the Military. In WYSO Curious we'll uncover details, and some controversy, surrounding Ohio’s Serpent Mound. And later in the program, WYSO Music Director Niki Dakota and film friend George Willeman tell us about some off-the-beaten-path holiday films.
Welcome to WYSO Weekend! WYSO’s weekly radio magazine. In today’s program – a new round of Miami Valley StoryCorps begins with a conversation between a mother and her son. We’ll have climate commentary from Bob Breca and this week singer songwriter Jesse Littleton paid a visit to the WYSO studios. You’ll hear part of his conversation with WYSO Music Director and Excursions host, Niki Dakota – and you’ll hear some tunes from Littleton’s band Gran Bel Fisher. See the full program details below.
In this edition of WYSO Weekend: On today’s program – a new, local series called Veterans’ Voices. You will hear military veterans from the Miami Valley interviewing their fellow veterans. And you’ll learn about a collaboration between students at the Dayton Regional STEM School and the Newport Aquarium—it called the Living Lens Project. See full program details below.