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Host and producer of the Afternoon Music program, Richard was born in London. He has lived in the United States since the early 1970s. He moved to the US to find a job in radio. He has worked in both commercial and public radio ever since. Richard has been with WUTC since 1987; his show offers a freewheeling mix of music and interviews with musicians and other movers and shakers within our community, as well as visiting musicians and artists from across the country.
Originally, the 8 -10 p.m. Sunday time slot was veteran host Richard Winham's weekly freeform radio show, with Winham presenting an unpredictable mix of live performances, albums and talk. Winham continues to surprise listeners with his playlists and conversations--but now invites select audience members into the studio to share their musical expertise.
The line up is:
First Sunday 8-10 pm The Supersonic Soul Show--hosted and produced by Doug Cook.
On casual listening, Afternoon Music might sound like a random mix of rock, blues, folk, bluegrass, jazz, and electronic music. But Richard Winham, who has taught popular music at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, says his playlists explore the way disparate artists build upon each others' work.