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Local / Regional News
Alan Lytle, Brenna Angel, and Josh James bring you the latest local and regional headlines from WUKY.
WUKY In Depth
In depth stories from the WUKY news team.
Dr. Greg Davis on Medicine
Dr. Greg Davis interviews a host of medical professionals about health issues in Central Kentucky and beyond.
Tom Godell interviews leading faculty, staff and students at the University of Kentucky. Topics range from the fine arts, to cutting edge scientific research, medicine, and sports. New UK President Dr. Eli Capilouto is a regular guest on the program.
Crossroads Radio is a show that walks a line: a line between introducing lots of great music that might otherwise be "under the radar" and getting to know some artists more in-depth, like the recent Paul McCartney show that included some of his more avant garde and classical work in addition to some pop stuff. But sometimes we're just trying to blur the lines instead of walk a line! So sometimes you hear a crazy mix of different genres, including, but not limited to, jazz, blues, world, Americana, classical, soul, bluegrass, good old-fashioned rock & roll, and more!
Curtains @ 8
Host Nick Lawrence features interesting guests from the central Kentucky arts community. The conversations and in-studio performances are lively and informal.
Girls Night Out
It may be Girls' Night Out, but the music is for everyone as Anne Deck features contemporary female artists like Liz Phair, Joan Armatrading, Kate Bush, Pretenders, Tori Amos, and more! Discover the unique, explore the eclectic, bask in the beautiful, and rock a little every Friday night at 8 and Sunday night at 7 on WUKY.
Kentucky author Silas House plays his favorite music, reads poems and excerpts, and interviews the people who are making a difference in Appalachia.
Each week on Joe's Blues, "The Radio Juke Joint," host Joe Conkwright presents a different theme, showcasing various styles, ideas, and musicians across the broad spectrum of blues, jazz, rock, soul, funk and folk music, featuring some lively conversation and studio performance from artists like Koko Taylor, Derek Trucks, The Neville Brothers, and the North Mississippi All Stars.
Red Barn Radio
Red Barn Radio showcases Old Time and Bluegrass musicians, both from our Commonwealth and neighboring states where Kentucky music has settled and flourished.
Host Anne Deck makes the second show in WUKY's Friday night lineup an adventuresome mix of upbeat songs by acclaimed solo artists. Anne's sure to keep things interesting with diverse styles ranging from rock to reggae, jazz to pop! Weekly "Shot In the Dark" and "Parting Shot" selections add to the thematic nature of the program.