WUGA Spotlight Interviews

WUGA presents one-on-one interviews with some of the most prolific artists and fascinating people who call Athens home. These interviews typically air mid afternoons during NPR's Here & Now and also over the weekend during Weekend Edition and Weekends on All Things Considered.

Michael Cardin w/Didi Dunphy and Pat Priest

Alex Johns Releases "Darwin"

Oct 10, 2018
Photo:Amazon.com

Alex Johns is a local author, professor, and poet. He has a new book out called “Darwin’s Book of Saints.” Professor Johns stopped by the studio and visited with our own resident literary expert, and poet in his own right, David Oates, who is also the host of WUGA’s Wordland.

Give My Regards to Broadway!

Aug 14, 2018
Photo: Michael Cardin

The Athens Choral Society presents "Give My Regards to Broadway" at Seney Stovall Chapel this weekend.

One Woman Show Comes to Athens

Aug 2, 2018
Photo: Michael Cardin

Stephanie Astalos-Jones is a writer, actor, teacher, director, and stand-up who, though born in Michigan, chooses to live in rural NE Georgia while working in theatre, film, and television.  She recently came by WUGA studios to talk about her upcoming one-woman show in Athens.

Artist in Residence for June: Interview

Jun 12, 2018
Photo: Michael Cardin

WUGA's June Artist in Residence, Eleanor Davis stopped WUGA's studios to talk about her art and our AIR event on Saturday, June 16.  For more information call 706-542-9842 or email wuga@uga.edu.

Performing Arts Center New Season

Jun 7, 2018
Photo: Michael Cardin

Jeffrey Martin, the new director of UGA's Performing Arts Center, recently visited WUGA to talk about the PAC's upcoming season with Michael Cardin.

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