July 29, 2014 - 9:15pm
Kathy Weisbach tells us her story on how she started the Crescent Hill Radio: Keeping Louisville Weird by exposing the plethora of local music to the community.
Louisville music lovers may be unaware of a truly remarkable, homegrown radio station featuring strictly local music known as the Crescent Hill Radio.
February 18, 2013 - 11:00am
It might seem out of the ordinary for Sports Legends of the Ville to highlight a radio show; and it is. But, for good reason, as one will have to see upon listening to the incredibly entertaining Joe B. and Denny Show.
They each have coached NCAA championship teams; they each have reached final fours; but for Joe B. Hall and Denny Crum that’s almost where the two diverge; and yet at some point they reunite somehow for The Joe B. and Denny Show.This is the first time sports legends of the ‘Ville has...
September 26, 2012 - 3:08pm
Have you seen the billboards that say "My boss is jerk" or "I hate my boss"? Wondered what they were about?
I think we have all seen the vague billboards with broad statements such as "I Hate My Boss!" - Sara M., Fairdale. Maybe you have talked about them, as I have, with people in the car with you. I wondered whether maybe someone had actually went to the trouble of buying a...
September 11, 2012 - 10:42am
WFPK moves around a few of their radio programs.
91.9 WFPK has changed their programming schedule. Depending on what programs you like to listen to, this could be a positive or a negative change.Morning host, Kyle Meredith will now be hosting "The Weekly Feed," the new music hour, on Fridays at 8 p.m. instead of Mondays.Matt...
January 31, 2012 - 11:00am
Paul Rogers has been the voice of the University of Louisville Cardinals for years now, but more than that he's been the voice of local athletics for even longer- as such, this Sports legends segment takes a look at Roger's sports impact on the Derby City.
At the age of 25 a young man came out of the University of Kentucky, accepting a position as a sportscaster with WHAS television for their major television broadcasts.That man was a young Paul Rogers, and he had been thrown into the mix by local broadcasting giant Cawood Ledford, armed with a...