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  • Hosted by Matt Murphy & Amy Browne. Studio Engineer: Amy Browne
    A live talk show that took place during WERU’s 21st birthday celebration, featuring members of the community talking about their hopes for WERU in the next 20 years.

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    Classics from the WERU archives in honor of the 20th anniversary of the station

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  • Producers/Hosts: Matt Murphy, Joel Mann, Amy Browne

    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    WERU Review (first 1/2 hour) is a periodic review of station news (call in show).  SoapBox (2nd 1/2 hour) is an open mic style call in show/

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    “Hear Again” from the WERU Archives in honor of our 20th anniversary

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  • Producer/Host: Jim Campbell

    “Hear Again” series

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  • WERU founders Jim Campbell, Deborah Wiggs,  Noel Paul Stookey, Karen Frangoulis, “Cousin” Phil Norris and Lisa B. Martin.   Facilitated by John Greenman,  introduction by Matt Murphy, recorded by Amy Browne.  October 2, 2008, Alamo Theater in Bucksport, Maine

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  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    Topic:  A Panel of WERU “Founders” speaking about the history of the station, at the Alamo Theater in Bucksport, Maine, October 2nd, 2008.  Panelists were: Jim Campbell, Deborah Wiggs,  Noel Paul Stookey, Karen Frangoulis, “Cousin” Phil Norris and Lisa B. Martin.  Facilitated by John Greenman

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  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    Segment 1: Labor and Human Rights Activists Present 24,000 Pink Slips to Senator Susan Collins

    Collins is the only member of Maine’s congressional delegation that has not taken a stand against the Colombia “Free Trade” Agreement.  The pink slips were used to represent the 24,000 Mainers who have lost their jobs in the aftermath of the passage of NAFTA.  FMI: Maine Fair Trade Campaign, www.mainefairtrade.org

    Segment 2:  Noel Paul Stookey Concert

    Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul and Mary fame is also one of the founders of WERU-FM.  On Thursday, October 2nd he and Julianne Gardner will help WERU celebrate our 20th Anniversary with a benefit concert, desserts and a panel discussion featuring Stookey and some of the other station founders.   The event will take place at the Alamo Theater in Bucksport.  Station Manager Matt Murphy and Development Director Renee Johnson give us the details.  FMI: www.weru.org or 207-469-6600

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