The Gem of Public Radio in Louisville


This morning, just as most mornings, I got into my car to drive to class, and was greeted by the lovely sound of classical music. I know classical music may seem like something an elderly person or your grade school music teacher would listen to, but it is something that a good portion of other cities don’t get the chance to enjoy. I never truly appreciate how good we have it in Louisville, with a public radio service that not only runs the


phenomenal classical station 90.5 WUOL, but two others as well, 91.9 WFPK and 89.3 WFPL. When I left to go to Bowling Green two weekends ago I found myself feeling a bit empty inside without being able to listen to 90.5, especially when 80% of the radio stations 50 miles south of Louisville consist of country and christian talk radio. The variety is incredible and it is something…

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