Station News & Events

12:24pm

Mon October 6, 2014
Station News & Events

Tracey Davis on Her New Memoir on Sammy Davis Jr. on Q for 10-6-14

TODAY on "Q" 

-- Piya talks to the Guardian's music writer Peter Kimpton about the death of the misheard song lyric: why the internet is killing these imaginative earslips, and as a result, encouraging a culture of homogeneity.

-- From the Best of Q, Jian's conversation with Tracey Davis, whose new memoir is about her famous father Sammy Davis Jr.

12:22pm

Mon October 6, 2014
Station News & Events

More Developments in the Global Battle Against Ebola on The world for 10-6

The line between satire and reality blurs almost completely in war-torn northern Iraq. More on that in a minute.

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3:23pm

Fri October 3, 2014
Station News & Events

MTSU On the Record Takes Rides on Student-Made Experimental Vehicles

Saed Foroudastan

Solar boats and moon buggies are among the topics on the next edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

Host Gina Logue’s interview with Dr. Saeed Foroudastan, associate dean of the College of Basic and Applied Sciences, will air from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 6, and from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 12, on WMOT-FM (89.5 and www.wmot.org).

Foroudastan, who also is a professor in the Department of Engineering Technology, is in charge of the Experimental Vehicles Program.

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3:09pm

Fri October 3, 2014
Station News & Events

Robert Downey Jr. on the Questions Posed in his film "The Judge"

TODAY on "Q" 

-- A Q repeat with ROBERT DOWNEY JR on the big questions posed in his new film “The Judge,” about family and community harmony and the value and purpose of the law.

-- Live performance and chat with Montreal's BARR BROTHERS, who will be playing songs from their recently released sophomore album, "Sleeping Operator."

3:07pm

Fri October 3, 2014
Station News & Events

Stereotyping Ebola on the World for 10-3

Anyone who lives in Africa, stay there!"

It doesn't take a lot of searching on social media to find sentiments like that. The first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States is proving divisive for Liberians and other West African communities in the United States. We'll hear from one young Liberian-American on what can be done to combat such stereotyping, and also more about her work in getting monetary help and aid back to Liberia.

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