THIS WEEK ON WDIY

Wednesday, 6-7 pm, Laurie Siebert's topic is “Understanding what you can do with your retirement accounts.” Laurie takes listener questions during the program at 610-758-8810.
Thursday at 2:30pm, catch a rebroadcast of Jack Adams' conversation with Kim Wilson from The Fabulous Thunderbirds previewing his upcoming performance of at Godfrey Daniels.
Thursday, 6-7 pm, Sally Handlon welcomes ArtsQuest founder Jeff Parks to discuss his new book 'Stronger Than Steel: Forging a Rust Belt Renaissance.'
Thursday at 11 pm, Bill Fox continues the focus on Syndromeda. The Featured CD at Midnight is "Mythical Pursuit" on Neu Harmony Records. Plus new music by Madhavi Devi.

Browse the Latest WDIY Features

Previewing Miller Symphony Hall's 2018-19 Season on LV Arts Salon

Miller Symphony Hall Interim Executive Director Diane Scott and Marketing Vice President Lucy Bloise join hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to preview the upcoming 2018-19 season.

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Previewing WDIY's New 'Early Rock & Roll Saturday Evening'

Saturdays on WDIY are about to become an even better place to discover rock and roll's past. Beginning Saturday, September 1, 2018, WDIY is unveiling our new 'Early Rock & Roll Saturday Evening.' John Dodds sat down with hosts Ray Leister and Neil Hever to talk about the idea behind the revamped programming block and to hear some stories about the music that's in store.

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NPR Headlines

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he will visit Seoul "in the near future," amid an ongoing summit with South Korea's Moon Jae-in in which he also renewed pledges to shut down a primary missile launch site and a key nuclear weapons complex if the U.S. takes "corresponding" measures.

Kim's remarks about traveling to Seoul were made during a news conference in Pyongyang with the South Korean president. It would be the first-ever visit to the South Korean capital by a North Korean head of state.

After a high-profile campaign to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline in 2016, a number of states moved to make it harder to protest oil and gas projects. Now in Louisiana, the first felony arrests of protesters could be a test case of these tougher laws as opponents vow a legal challenge.

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Josh Gordon Joins New England Patriots

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