Here's the Thing with Alec Baldwin concludes this week with interviews with Debbie Reynolds and Turner Classic Movie's Robert Osborne.
The program airs Saturday at 3 and Sunday at 6.
Baldwin gives the listener unique entrée into the lives of artists, policy makers and performers. Alec sidesteps the predictable by taking listeners inside the dressing rooms, apartments, and offices of people such as comedian Chris Rock, political strategist Ed Rollins and Oscar winner Michael Douglas and musican Billy Joel.
Want to have some fun and do some good at the same time? Become a pledge drive phone volunteer! Our Fall Membership Drive is October 10 - 17. WCQS phone volunteers take the incoming calls from listeners who call in to the station to make their contribution. It's a great way to show your support for WCQS and connect with other public radio fans.
If you are interested in volunteering, contact Membership Associate, Jessica Frantz at 828-210-4812 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Autumnal Equinox is the time of year in the Northern Hemisphere when night and day are nearly the same length. It also hastens the return of WCQS weather expert Ed Brotak. The retired Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and now free lance writer, has some words of caution regarding the 2013 Hurricane Season.
Early voting is underway for the October 8th Asheville mayoral primary. Three names are on the ballot. Attorney and Vice Mayor Esther Manheimer, retired Asheville Risk Manager, John Miall, and waiter and community activist, Martin Ramsey. This week the League of Women Voters sponsored a candidates forum at the Chamber of Commerce. More than 120 people came to hear the candidates declare their positions on issues ranging from taxes and services, economic development, and affordable housing. The Forum moderator was David Hurand. A slightly edited portion of the forum maybe heard b