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Inside WRKF

Here's what WRKF is up to in the studio, on the air, behind the scenes, and in the community— all thanks to generous support from our community members.

  • Interviews, performances, conversations, and stories looking at the African-American experience.
  • WRKF presents a free financial literacy conference aiming to help residents from all backgrounds and income levels gain the financial skills needed to meet their present, future, and emergency needs. The conference focuses on improving families' lives through better financial planning. WRKF is committed to delivering reliable information from knowledgeable financial professionals and providing impartial education that doesn't promote any company, product, or service.
  • Reflect on the year that has passed and welcome everything that is new in the company of your public radio station, with radio listening that will help commemorate the old and welcome the new, as 2023 gives way to 2024.
  • Let us help bring you into the spirit of the season on Christmas Eve and Christmas day with this radio specially tailored to reflect the holiday's essence.
  • We bring warmth and light to your radio dial on the darkest night of the year, with these evening special programs celebrating the Winter Solstice.
  • Join WRKF as we celebrate the Jewish Festival of Lights with holiday programming exploring culture, ritual, community, language, music, and tradition. We begin with the first night of Hanukkah on Thursday, Dec. 7, and we conclude with further examination of faith and tradition on the final night of Hanukkah, Friday, Dec. 15.
  • WRKF's Seventh Annual Founders' Luncheon featured national correspondent Debbie Elliott.
  • WRKF marks Thanksgiving this year with these special programs discussing food, the gathering of loved ones, and the spirit of gratitude.
  • Join WRKF and WRKF Classical on the last evening of October for spooky stories and spooky music.
  • The veteran reporter will present a talk, "Stories, Secrets, and Scoundrels of the South," at the station's seventh annual fundraising event. NPR national correspondent Debbie Elliott: “Stories, Secrets and Scoundrels of the South.” Eric DeWeese will be recognized as a WRKF Founder, and Robyn Merrick will receive the inaugural Community Catalyst award.