WBOI Presents

Wednesdays at 7:00pm and Saturdays at 7:00am on 89.1 WBOI

WBOI's Ben Clemmer hosts a weekly show that features news digests, discussions, lectures, and storytellers from around Northeast Indiana. You can listen live to the program every Wednesday at 7pm EST and every Saturday at 7am on 89.1 and online at wboi.org.

Ashleigh Hardin

This week, we are going to hear a presentation from the USF Lecture Series at Allen County Public Library. 

Jason Elliott

For this week’s show, we’ll hear a talk recorded as part of the Values, Ideas, and the Arts series at Manchester University. Growing Sustainability at Manchester comes from Jason Elliott, assistant director of sustainability for Duke University.

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This week, we are going to hear a presentation from the USF Lecture Series at Allen County Public Library. 

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This week’s program is the second of three 89.1 WBOI will run during the month of September, marking the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

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This week, we are going to hear a presentation from the USF Lecture Series at Allen County Public Library. 

AVOW

The full title of this week’s episode of WBOI Presents is “George Floyd, One Year Later: An Uncomfortable Conversation with Sharon Tucker and Friends.”

Ben Clemmer

This week, we are bringing you a show appropriate for the last full week of August, “Mental Health and Wellness of Today’s Students,” a lecture from the Aboite and USF Lecture series, originally made available on February 1, 2021. 

Travis Hinkle

Public art is woven into the fabric of our community, and this will be an area of focus for our speaker on this week’s episode of WBOI Presents. 

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This week’s program comes from the Aboite and USF lecture series, a series of lectures given at the Aboite branch of the Allen County Public Library by professors at the University of Saint Francis.

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This week, we are bringing you “There is a Field,” a conversation from the Indiana Center for Middle East Peace. We’ll hear from Michael Spath, the center’s executive director, in a conversation with playwright Jen Marlowe, and actors Darius Khalil Gordon and Lara Alqasam, on their film “There is a Field,” its themes, and its connections with the experience of Black, Indigenous, and communities of color in the United States.

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