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A weekly radio magazine on WEKU-FM.

Dynamix Productions, and WEKU-FM, Eastern Kentucky University’s public radio station in Richmond, KY, partnered in 2018 to move primary production of the popular long-running radio program to the studios of Dynamix. By bringing the production to Lexington, producers have easier access to Central Kentucky business, healthcare, and education leaders, as well as local artists, entertainers, and other newsmakers. The move underlines WEKU’s commitment to providing the area’s most concise and in-depth coverage of news, issues, and ideas that directly affect Central Kentuckians.

Listen to EASTERN STANDARD live on 88.9 WEKU-FM Thursdays and Sundays, or listen online or to our extensive archives at www.esweku.org.
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Escape to the Chateau

A weekly television show on HGTV

Lieutenant colonel Dick Strawbridge and his partner Angel Adoree trade their English apartment for a dilapidated, 19th-century French chateau. The pair work to restore, renovate and redecorate the estate into a fairytale castle for their upcoming wedding.

Learn more on HGTV's webpage about the show.
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You Live in What? International

A weekly television show on HGTV

Architect George Clarke is on a mission to find inspiration for his outrageous, space-age concept house. His journey takes him around the world to meet the visionary people who build and live in some of the most unusual homes ever seen.

Learn more on HGTV's webpage about the show.
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AgFuture Podcast

A podcast from Alltech

Ag Future focuses on the challenges and opportunities that exist within the agricultural sector. Join us as farmers, entrepreneurs and other agri-food industry leaders, both on and off the farm, discuss some of the most significant issues facing our planet and how they are working together for a better tomorrow.

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Block Talk Podcast

A podcast from Ridley Block

Looking for timely information to help you manage your livestock operation? The CRYSTALYX Block Talk Podcast discusses various nutritional and production information with 5 CRYSTALYX technical bloggers located throughout the US to help you manage your operation.

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Tales of American History Podcast

A podcast from Witnessing History Education Foundation

Take a journey into history and witness for yourself some of the most compelling moments in American history. Let Kent Masterson Brown’s passionate storytelling transport you to a time and place in history!

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The Cancer Crisis in Appalachia Podcast

A podcast from UK HealthCare's Markey Cancer Center

The ACTION Program's new podcast, The Cancer Crisis in Appalachia, features unique perspectives from program participants on their experiences with cancer in their community.

Each episode unpacks the thoughts and feelings expressed by our participants in essays they have authored in the program's new book: The Cancer Crisis in Appalachia.

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Vote Worthy Podcast

A podcast from The Kentucky Humanities Council

Vote Worthy is an informative podcast listening experience and high school study guide all wrapped into one. Produced by Kentucky Humanities in partnership with WEKU and supported by the “Why It Matters: Civic and Electoral Participation” initiative administered by the Federation of State Humanities Councils and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Vote Worthy aims to bring election issues into the discussions and exchanges of Americans of all races, creeds, ages, political beliefs, and interest levels.

Each part of Vote Worthy is centered on a particular set of election topics; whether pre-election related, pre-inauguration centralized, or concentrated on the democratic process moving forward. While the podcasts were previously produced and aired on public radio, they are timeless in that all issues focusing on the election of our officials and representatives can lead to an engaging conversation any time. We hope that the short segments you find here will encourage in-depth conversations, additional research, and an appreciation of America’s democratic process.

Visit the podcast website.