Saturday Line-Up Changes Plus Special Coverage

- By Pete Hartman

Time to give you some exciting programming updates! First off, tomorrow night beginning at 8 p.m., we'll air the State of the Union address. Join NPR's Robert Siegel for in-depth analysis and reaction from members of Congress. You'll also hear the Republicans' response to the President's speech. It's an NPR News Special--President Obama's State of the Union Address--tomorrow night, Tuesday, Jan. 27, at 8pm.

Also, as many of you are aware, the Metropolitan Opera season is rolling along and you can hear the Opera each Saturday at noon on 91.3 FM. But what about those great programs that are part of our regular Saturday line-up? Well, you can now hear them over on KUAF-3 - our digital news and information signal. Listen to Humankind at noon, ,Travel with Rick Steves can be heard at 1pm, Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour begins Saturdays at 2 p.m., NPR's All Songs Considered is at 3 p.m. and KUAR's Tales from the South begins at 3:30pm.

We've also added The Backstory to our KUAF-3 line-up, which can be heard Mondays at 1 p.m. If you haven't heard it yet, you should. It's a great hour-long program that takes one subject per episode and gives you the 'backstory' on it.

Stay tuned to KUAF-3....we will continue to add quality programming to that signal and remember, it's only made possible through listener-support. Listen to KUAF-3 or KUAF-2 (an all-Classical music digital signal) at our website, with an HD- or Internet Radio, or by using the KUAF APP on your iPhone.

Until next time....thanks for listening! Pete