Chattanooga, TN – On September 29, 2002 WUTC-FM completed its fall membership drive with a total of $122,283.30 in membership pledges. Listeners from Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama were provided 'thank you' gifts of such items as t-shirts, CDs, travel mugs, whitewater trips, and gourmet lunches. WUTC wishes once again to thank all of its generous members for their support.

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This American Life is hosted by Ira Glass and produced at WBEZ in Chicago. TAL airs every Saturday at 11PM. Click for a description of this week's show.

Chicago, IL – Give It to Them.

On August 11, 18 and 25 Ken Dryden will feature the jazz giant Oscar Peterson on Timeless Jazz. The shows will feature music from throughout Peterson's career as well as segments of Ken's recent interview with Oscar.

This American Life airs every Saturday evening at 11:00 PM Eastern here on NPR Music 88. Click to read a description of this Saturday's show.

Chattanooga, TN – On May 19, 1998 a geosynchronous satellite named Galaxy IV suffered a catastrophic technical failure, which made it impossible to aim its antenna at North America. The result? Ninety percent of pagers in the United States were rendered useless along with ATM machines, self-pay gas pumps and signals from broadcasters around the world, including National Public Radio. Most of us had no idea that so much information could be dependant on one satellite.

Chattanooga, TN – Dear Member/Listener,

It is now official!! As of August 1st, WUTC-FM 88.1 has been filling the Tennesse Valley airwaves with information and music around the clock for twenty years.

The 'avant world' ensemble SaReel Project will be featured on Voices From Home on Saturday July 27 at 8:00PM.

Chattanooga, TN – Every once in a while, there is a reactionary shift in the arts. In times of excess, people crave simplicity. Awash in the over production of popular music, audiences were bound to call for a simpler, truer music. With the stellar success of the Oh Brother! Where Art Thou soundtrack, this has become evident to the music business as a whole. The movement of musicians, who found influence and solace in the Appalachian harmonies of the Carter Family, or the narratives of Jimmie Rogers, finally found commercial viability and airplay.

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