WCQS has a handful of VIP tickets left for the upcoming Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! show on August 1st. VIP tickets are $150 a piece and include some of the best seats in the house and a post performance reception, catered by the Corner Kitchen, with the cast and crew of Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! Proceeds from VIP tickets benefit WCQS.
Peter, Carl and the rest of the Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! gang return to the Cesspool of Sin August 1st at 7:30 pm. in the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium.
WCQS listeners will soon awake to a new voice during Morning Edition! After an extensive search, WCQS/Western North Carolina Public Radio hired Greta Johnsen as Morning Edition host /reporter. She’ll begin her new duties July 22nd.
Time to enter the WCQS Ticket to Ride Summer Raffle is running out! Midnight tonight is the deadline! Let's put the pedal to the metal and make this raffle a success! For $50 you can help support WCQS and you may win one of our fabulous prizes! Be a winner today and enter now!
Listen Friday afternoon at 2 for another live performance from our studios. This week we'll hear music for wind instruments played for us by Apollo Winds. The origins of the group of five wind players go back to Mozart's time. Apollo Winds will bring us music from that time to the present in their program.
Members of Apollo Wind Quintet are faculty members at UNC-Asheville and freelancers in the area.
The popular radio quiz show "Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me" will return to Asheville this summer to tape a broadcast at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium. The National Public Radio show, which airs at 11 a.m. Saturdays on local station WCQS-FM/88.1, will be performed at 7 p.m. Aug. 1 at Wolfe.
WCQS, Western North Carolina Public Radio, Inc. can now be heard on WMQS 88.5 FM. The new station serves Cherokee County, including Murphy, Andrews and Brasstown, as well as parts of Clay County and in Georgia, parts of Union County, Fannin County and Towns County.