Catch podcasts from the Fairbanks Winter Folk Fest, recorded and edited down by KUAC FM. The five-hour special aired last month and is now available for your enjoyment on our Best of the Fest program page, along with photos by KUAC intern Robin Wood.
Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour is an internationally syndicated radio program in its eleventh year, recorded before a live audience each week at the historic Kentucky Theatre in downtown Lexington, starring artists of the Americana music genre. Listen in as a new season opens, starting Saturday, March 9th at 6pm on KUAC TV.
Adorable twin sisters Hadley and Delaney love to hang out and cook and show their young audience and parents how fun it can be to cook together, on a new show Twice as Good. Cook along, starting this Sunday, March 10th at 9:30am on KUAC TV!
Thank you to all KUAC fans and supporters who joined us at our poster-signing event at Well Street Art Company last Saturday, March 2nd and made a gift to kick off our TV Spring Fundraiser! It was a fun day, as the photos on our Facebook page show. Thanks to all the great volunteers who pitched in and to Bobbi at River City Café & Espresso for bringing in the best baked goodies to make the party perfect!
Even if you missed the celebration, a limited number of posters are still available — go online to kuac.org or call 1-800-393-8539 – and thank you for helping to keep public television programming in Interior Alaska strong.
Do you have what it takes to volunteer as an on-air host for KUAC FM and add your voice to our airwaves? Find out at an orientation session, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 2nd and 3rd at 6:30pm. Sign up for the two-part orientation: email email@example.com or call 474-7491.
Sesame Street’s YouTube Channel is the first nonprofit (and first US children’s company) to reach one billion channel views on YouTube! Count Von Count is very excited, so he put together this song for YOU — “Counting the You’s in YouTube!” KUAC celebrates this amazing milestone and thanks YOU for your support of our mission to educate every generation! Please donate to KUAC TV’s Spring Fundraiser online at kuac.org or call 1-800-393-8539.