EAU CLAIRE, Wis., March 6, 2013
Blugold Radio (Sundays 5:05-6 p.m.) with Rachel Vick will be re-airing last week’s broadcast, which was unable to air in its entirety due to technical difficulties. The program will feature an interview with Dr. April Bleske-Rechek, an associate professor of psychology at UW-Eau Claire, a segment with special reporter Raina Beutel, and an installment of the ongoing segment with former host Jessica Sharpee.
Bleske-Rechek will talk about her recent study on cross-sex friendships. Beutel will continue her field reporting. Sharpee will share some of her experiences from her study abroad program in Winchester, England.
Local Independence (Sundays 6-8 p.m.) with Rachel Minske will feature an interview with Minneapolis-based band Strange Names. The pop duo will be playing this week at The Cabin on the UW-Eau Claire campus.
Minske will also interview local artist and wolf enthusiast Ned Gannon.
Martha Landry will also be reporting on the latest news from the makers of the short film “Dry.” Volume One will be holding a public Q-and-A session at The Local Store this Thursday with the filmmakers and cast.
Reporters at WUEC News (Sundays 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 7 p.m.) will be covering the latest issues in local legislature and taking a look at various local businesses.
Tiffany Coggins will interview Eau Claire City Council member Andrew Werthmann about his proposal to reduce the community’s use of disposable bags.
Shelli Adamczyk will report on Treat Me Right, an Eleva-based organization that sells specialty dog treats and donates part of the proceeds to charities.
Samantha Griffin will give a report on the recent uprise of frozen yogurt shops in the area.
Nicholas Erickson will look into the UW-Eau Claire Student Senate’s attempts to create more high-speed wireless Internet access.
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