Chris Shupe

Program Director

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Athenia's Tara Bracken was on site for an open house at UGA's Vet School recently. There she found a wealth of willing participants to answer the age old question, "whatta ya want to be when you grow up?" Kids and animals, radio gold!

Do you know where your food comes from? That's the question Radio Athenia's Jenny Alpaugh was seeking in this segment. She talks to Real Food UGA, an organization looking to bring awareness to local farming and true farm to table products here in Athens, GA.

Booker T. Jones & The M.G.'s are responsible for one of the most recognizable riffs in music history, Green Onions. Booker T is still touring and was in-town recently, he spoke with WUGA's Chris Shupe.

In this episode of The Top Line, WUGA's Martin Matheny joins his panel of political experts for a deep dive into the upcoming presidential primaries, including what may or may not be critical to winning votes in the South.

WUGA's resident political science aficionado Martin Matheny is joined once again by professor Charles Bulloch and political strategist Houston Gaines for another round table discussion on Georgia Politcis. The focus this time is on current legislators fast tracking issues to get on the campaign trail, as well as the financial state of Georgia's GOP.

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