Category Archives: radio

Here’s how you could co-host ‘WoodSongs’

The WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour has launched a Kickstarter campaign to upgrade its TV production to high-definition. The premiums for donating to the campaign include co-hosting the show. To get that reward, donors must pledge $8,500, or well over half … Continue reading

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Debra Hensley leading low-power radio effort

Lexington businesswoman Debra Hensley, well-known for her “social stimulus” initiatives highlighting  interesting and often unknown aspects of Lexington, is now leading an effort to bring that same spirit to local airwaves. “We want something really locally relevant, with community engagement … Continue reading

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WUKY hires Karyn Czar as reporter and anchor

WUKY-FM 91.3 has tapped a familiar voice as its new reporter and anchor. Karyn Czar, whose past credits include news reporter for WLAP-AM 630 and Lee Cruse’s co-host on the WXZZ-FM 103.3 morning show, will take over the post vacated … Continue reading

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Summer 2013 lineup for WRFL Live

  WRFL Live, a little treasure trove of local and regional music, has announced its lineup for this summer. The schedule features numerous cross-pollinating, experimental ensembles, including Louisville based D’Arkestra, Lexington trio Bear Medicine, and the Chamber Music Festival of Lexington‘s … Continue reading

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Video: Adam Luckey’s five busy weeks

Balagula Theatre‘s production of The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? starts its final week today with Adam Luckey playing the lead role of Martin. In the video above, Luckey talks about his busy last several weeks balancing the Edward Albee play, which … Continue reading

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Adam Luckey is Red Barn Radio’s new host

Since the departure of Brad Becker, the host slot at  Red Barn Radio has become something of a musical chair, and not in the way the show intends. But as of last week, well-known Lexington actor Adam Luckey has taken over … Continue reading

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Actors Guild going ahead with controversial Steve Jobs play

Despite revelations that significant portions of Mike Daisey’s The Agony and Ecstacy of Steve Jobs were fabricated, Actors Guild of Lexington is going ahead with a production of the play, albeit in an altered form. “We are very well aware … Continue reading

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Michael Johnathon’s Woody Guthrie opera to be featured on nationwide public radio

Michael Johnathon’s folk opera Woody: For the People  will be featured on the Feb. 22 (Note, this is a date change from the original posting of this story) broadcast of The Story, a show produced by American Public Media and North … Continue reading

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We who listen know: Public radio is cool

I know what some people think of the news that a performance of a public radio show, Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me, has nearly sold out the 2,100-seat Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts. Really? There are 2,100 … Continue reading

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Do tell me who the Wait Wait panelists will be

It’s a little over a week until NPR’s Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me! comes to the Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts to record its Dec. 10 show. There are still questions about the EKU performance such as who … Continue reading

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