On WDRT’s very own Pageturner Radio, Available for streaming here. Paul Fairchild tells the audio story of Ben Logan’s Christmas memories in Christmas Remembered first published in 1997. His story starts where he started, in the Driftless Region of southwest Wisconsin, and goes beyond there to his memories of Christmas during World War II where he served in the Navy, (more…)
Pearl Swiggum wrote her weekly newspaper column, Stump Ridge Farm until 2004. She was 90 years old. When WDRT went on the air in 2010, Margot Hipwell took on the role of Pearl and began reading the column on the air. With help from recording engineer, Rusty James, Margot reads the column every Wednesday morning at 8:00 AM. A tradition like that is hard to stop. Find out more about Pearl here.
In this Kickapoo Review Extra Edition, Caleb Nicholes and Tj Semanchin, Kickapoo Coffee owners, talk about their interesting and successful journey in the coffee business. Hear their views on hiring and keeping employees and why they are “rooted” (more…)
Emergency Radio- AM/FM/Weather Windup Emergency Crank Powered Eton FR500 Radio
The Eton FR500 Solarlink radio with 5 power options to choose from lets you tune in to broadcasts, charge cell phones and MP3 players, (more…)
Husband and wife duo Greg Cheesebro and Anna Rodriguez (more…)
This year has been a great year for WDRT. As you reflect on all the great music and stories you heard on WDRT this past year, remember that your support makes it all possible.
Help make our Season of Giving fundraiser a success. Make your tax-deductible gift today. When you do, you’ll also be entered into to win a $1,000 gift certificate for airline travel.
1. 75% of WDRT’s Programming is locally produced
2. Our music programs span the spectrum of genres and styles, reflecting the passion of our on air volunteers rather than a top-seller list.
3. For our listeners, radio is free. Community radio is much less expensive than commercial media. No monthly bills, no contracts, no routers or computers needed. (more…)