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WCBE Podcast Experience

  • In this episode, we recorded LIVE at the Columbus Arts Festival from the WCBE 90.5 FM booth to tell the story about the Birds Aren't Real movement, how it got started and how it went viral.
  • Featuring Dan Sharpe, Vice President for Community Research and Grants Management, The Columbus Foundation, Michael Corey, Executive Director, The Human Service Chamber of Franklin County, Leah Evans, President and CEO, Homeport, and Lisa Courtice, Ph.D., President and CEO, United Way of Central Ohio, with host Deborah Aubert Thomas, President and CEO, Philanthropy Ohio.
  • DrippDaDon joins Music Journeys ahead of his performance at the Juneteenth Festival in downtown Columbus.
  • Featuring Tim Robinson, Chief Executive Officer, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Andrew Thomas, M.D., Interim Co-Leader and Chief Clinical Officer and Senior Associate Vice President for Health Sciences, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Stephen Markovich, M.D., President and Chief Executive Officer, OhioHealth, and Lorraine Lutton, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mount Carmel Health System, with host Greg Moody, Director, Professional Development.
  • Gary Bolles, author of the new book The Next Rules of Work, joins host Maureen Metcalf to uncover the who, what, when, where, why, and how of the workplaces succeeding in this new world…and the mindset that will help you embrace them for your own team.
  • In 1971, Juliane Koepcke's airplane was struck by lightning and broke apart 2 miles above the Peruvian Jungle. Miraculously, she was the only one out of the 92 people onboard to survive.
  • Former Brookhaven and The Ohio State University running back Maurice Hall joins the show.
  • Featuring Scott DiMauro, President, The Ohio Education Association, Densil Porteous, Executive Director, Stonewall Columbus, Maria Bruno, Public Policy Director, Equality Ohio, Troy McIntosh, Executive Director, Center For Christian Virtue, Ohio Christian Education Network, and Bruce Hooley, host, The Bruce Hooley Show, with host Anna Staver, State House Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch/USA Today Gannett Ohio Bureau.
  • Lilly Winwood, who performs Saturday June 4 at Natalie's Worthington, joins Music Journeys to chat about her debut record, settling in Nashville, crafting her own sound as the daughter of a music legend, the song she cut with her dad, her collaboration with Boo Ray, and more.
  • Comic Sumukh Torgalkar will return to central Ohio after a few years on the West Coast to record his second comedy album at Madlab on June 3. Listen in as we discuss his comedy interests, the impact of the pandemic, and what kind of comedy he prefers to do.