If it's happening in Athens, you'll probably hear about it on Conversations from Studio B, WOUB-AM's community talk program.
Conversations from Studio B is unique. It's not hosted by a regular radio "voice," but rather by volunteer hosts from the community. They bring their unique perspectives -- and their friends and visitors -- to WOUB's Studio B for lively conversations.
The talk may be about health, local government, the arts, area history or community events.
Tune in Sundays from noon - 2 p.m., weekdays at 9 a.m. or listen to selected shows from the archives on demand. For more information about Conversations from Studio B, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roshan Noorzai sat down with “Conversations from Studio B” host Kelee Riesbeck during OHIO’s International Alumni Reunion to talk about how he came to the university, his connection to faculty, and about interviewing journalists in Afghani war zones for his doctoral research.
Wada talks with “Conversations from Studio B” radio host Kelee Riesbeck about her current career at Tokyo Broadcasting System, her fond memories of working at WOUB and her experiences living in Japan as a Japanese American.
Kenneth J. Kies, managing director of the Federal Policy Group, recently shared his concerns about the enormity of the national debt and the apparent inability of the executive and legislative branches to address it effectively.
Elizabeth Becker, renowned journalist and author, recently testified as an expert witness at the Khmer Rouge Genocide Tribunal to details atrocities she saw while being a reporter in Cambodia in the 1970’s.
Brian Unger, a WOUB alumnus, has been a major success in television since leaving Ohio University. Now he is about to launch yet another new show – Time Traveling with Brian Unger on the Travel Channel.