HCTC faculty have radio shows
Five Hazard Community and Technical College faculty members are demonstrating their passions for sports, music, and cooking through radio shows. Here's a chance to learn from their knowledge and experience.
Dean of Student Engagement Cluster Howard shares his knowledge each Wednesday on WJSN's Sports Talk which airs from 10 a.m. to noon. The show can be heard on 97.3 WJSN in Jackson, a 50,000 watts station heard from Jackson to Virginia and into Lexington. The show covers local, state, and national sporting events. Guests have included Tom Leach, Joker Phillips, Rich Brooks, Donnie Tyndall, Julian Cunningham, Mike Halcomb, Al Holland, Allan Hatcher, Dudley Hilton, Dr. Steve Greiner and many others. Howard has been providing his insights on the show for the last 12 years.
Bluegrass music is enjoyed by many on Hazard 100,000 watt radio station WSGS. The program is hosted by Dean Osborne, Director of the Kentucky School of Bluegrass and Traditional Music. His show airs every Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. KSBTM instructor Chris Mullins is host on Saturday from 7 a.m. to noon. Osborne and Mullins utilize the show to get the word out about the music school and encourages folks to enroll at HCTC. The shows can be heard in 101.1 FM on the dial or by internet at WSGS.com
English Professor Scott Lucero is on WMMT each Friday afternoon from 1 to 4 pm. His show, Stay Human Radio, has been on the air since 1993 and covers a wide variety of music-from funk and soul to Americana and rock.
English Professor Jenny Williams shares her passion for cooking and eating monthly on WMMT during the show "What Cookin' Now!", the world's only live radio cooking show--that we know of. It airs the first Wednesday of every month. Jenny and her co-host, Dr. Jonathan Piercy, were called "chatty and irreverent" by the New York Times. They center each show around a theme. You can also access their recipes on their blog, which you can find at wmmtcooks.blogspot.com
WMMT can be heard over the Internet at http://appalshop.org/wmmtfm/ and on your FM dial at 88.7 FM.
Tune in to any of these shows and enjoy hearing from HCTC faculty members experience!