Terry Meiners

Terry Meiners

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September 20, 2021 8 min
Tavi Tichenor and Jeff Watterson talked about their recent ultra-marathon. They discussed the race, all of the hardships involved, and how they feel the next day...
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To celebrate our 100th year broadcasting, Terry is talking with some of the voices of WHAS past including Chris Chandler.

Chris talked about how he got into the radio business, his route to Louisville, the behind-the-scenes similarities in radio stations, and playing the piano all over town...
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September 17, 2021 7 min
Lynn Rippy, YouthBuild President & CEO, and Dave Christopher Sr. from AMPED talked about their programs and how you can help non-for-profits all over our city today through Give For Good Louisville...
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David Padron, the Marketing Director of Class Act Federal Credit Union, tells us about the successful Heroes of Education program that Class Act has that rewards schools across Louisville. Tom Anonson, the EVP of Class Act, also joined-in to talk about how the Academies of Louisville have benefited from the program as well...
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Hayley and the Knobs talk Ireland and traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic, regenerative farming, Terry's meeting with Ian Somerhalder, our favorite junk foods, and the worst-ever trip to the grocery...
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Give for Good Louisville is coming up tomorrow and Ali Gautier called-in to talk about her organization Change Today, Change Tomorrow. Find out how this black women run organization help black women and black owned businesses in Louisville and how you can help them with their mission...
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Hayley and the Knobs have Henry Sadlo on to wish him a very happy birthday and talk about the upcoming Muhammad Ali documentary. We also talked about potato chips and revisit some Ali audio from the past courtesy of Milton Metz...
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Darren Rogers, the Senior Director of Media Services at Churchill Downs, talks about the events coming to Churchill this weekend (including Louisville Live) and the unveiling of the John Asher and Colonel Matt Winn statues...
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Mother Mary Richard talks about the Little Sisters of the Poor, how they help those in our community, and how you can help them continue their mission...
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Dr. Jennifer Brown talks about Free Dentistry Day and how you can take advantage...
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Hayley and the Knobs discuss U of L's struggles, the future financial issues of college sports as a whole, and we break down all of the angles of the MET Gala. Well, Hayley does, but Terry does a pretty good Billie Eilish impersonation...
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Congressman John Yarmuth discusses the Taliban asking for money and how we should handle it, the swelling national debt and reconciling the budget, and people re-entering the workforce...
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Sarah Burns, the daughter of Ken Burns, talks about the Muhammad Ali documentary film she, her father, and David McMahon put together for PBS and will begin airing on Sunday night...
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Ole Joe says it's time for everyone to get on the UK bandwagon! He went as far as to say they are the best team in America. Not sure about that, but his claim that they won't make you wait two days to get cotton candy at their games is probably correct...
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Bellarmine Men's Basketball Head Coach Scott Davenport talked about his "program", their loaded schedule, and how his players are attacking the challenges...
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Holli Sullivan discussed being appointed Secretary of State of Indiana as well as voting laws and voter ID...
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September 10, 2021 8 min
To celebrate our 100th year broadcasting, Terry is talking with some of the voices of WHAS past including Mike Edgerly.

Former news anchor Mike Edgerly talked about the news team in the 80's, the art of the interview, and growing up in Owensboro...
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September 3, 2021 4 min
Our great afternoon news anchor Suzanne "Suz with the News" Duvall signs-off. We'll miss you, Suz!!
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Addie Meiners checks-in from the lake to talk about some of the big games of the college football weekend...
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September 3, 2021 11 min
To celebrate our 100th year broadcasting, Terry is talking with some of the voices of WHAS past including Jane Norris.

Jane Norris talked about navigating talk radio in its early days, moving from radio to government work, our current "black or white society", and Wendell Ford using the n-word on her show...
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