Wondering what’s coming up on WCHL’s weekend programming? We’ve got a preview for you. Tune in this weekend to catch them on their air or click the links below to check them out now!
Saturday and Sunday at 6am, 3pm and 11pm
Phil Klay, veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps who served in Iraq’s Anbar Province from January 2007 to February 2008 as a Public Affairs Officer and author of Redeployment, about the stories in his book and what they show about the human costs of the War in Iraq. Listen now.
Saturday and Sunday at 9am and 5pm
Cristy & Adam talk with Dr. Donald Spencer, VP and Chief Medical Informatics Officer at the UNC Healthcare System, about information technology in health care: a brave new world. Listen now.
Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 am and 6pm
This week, Jay and Liz talk with Ava Chin, author of Eating Wildly: Foraging for Life, Love and the Perfect Meal to talk about her new book and experience growing up foraging on her own in the city. Listen now.
Saturday and Sunday at 11am
Earlier this week, antitrust economist and consultant for the Ed O’Bannon lawsuit Andy Schwarz wrote about two very different reform camps within the NCAA: the first, whom he pins “Team Change,” wants the NCAA to drastically reduce their salaries and expenditures to be more like club sports; the second, “Team Market,” believes that the NCAA should respond to market demands and pay its athletes accordingly. He joins us in studio this week to talk about his article in Deadspin, his work in the O’Bannon case, and how he thinks the NCAA should move forward. Listen now.