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Blugold Radio Sunday hosts discuss wide range of topics


(This news release was obtained from Blugold Radio Sunday.)

The weekly radio program produced by UW-Eau Claire students — Blugold Radio Sunday — is back for a second week from 5 to 9 p.m.on Sunday, Sept. 23 on WUEC 89.7. Students will discuss a wide range of topics that one should not miss out on.

Sunday’s broadcast includes the following features: Spin Cycle, The Final Whistle, Rock Talk, Sunday Night Matinee, Homescreen On Air, and The Filler.

  • Spin Cycle, hosted by Scarlett Bahma and Patric Tillery, will discuss their thoughts on the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards. Hosted by Michael Che and Colin Jost, the 2018 Emmy’s is bound to be one to remember.
  • Producer Jon Fortier will keep everyone up to date on sports through his segment The Final Whistle. Fortier will discuss his thoughts on the recent Packer vs Viking game.
  • On Rock Talk, Tyler Bee and Andrew Moen will take a look at the recent success of the Motley Crue. They will also be coming together to talk about the surprising appearance of Paul McCarthy on the tops charts.
  • Sunday Night Matinee, hosted by Tyler Tolan and Kyle Grokowsky, will dig deep into new movie, The Predator. They will not fail to mention new movies that will be coming to theaters soon.
  • Homescreen On Air, hosted by Josh Krein, will divulge what to look into if interested in participating in games online.
  • Producer, Clara Neupert, will fill the listeners in on what upcoming community events are worth checking out on her segment The Filler.

Blugold Radio Sunday ensures nothing but the best entertainment and informative content in each week’s broadcast at the UW-Eau Claire.  It airs on WUEC 89.7 FM and is streamed on and on campus cable at 99-9.

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