Brandon Hollingsworth, WUOT News

It's a very special Thanksgiving edition of WUOT's signature science series. First up, your Thanksgiving meal might include a stout ale or a nice IPA. But before you take a sip, think about the shape of your beer glass, and the temperature of the beverage. Glassmaker Matthew Cummings has studied both, and he says the way you drink your favorite brew might be hurting, instead of helping, the experience. Cummings talks with Method host Brandon Hollingsworth.

Professor Tore Olsson discusses how TVA was used as a model of development across the globe. 

An Interview With KSO Guest Conductor Shizuo Kuwahara

Nov 20, 2015

Afternoon Concert host Whitney Dodds talks with Shizuo "Z" Kuwahara, guest conductor of the Knoxville Symphony, and one of the candidates for the music director position with the ensemble. 

This Monday, November 23rd, a very special recital will be taking place on the campus of the University of TN.  World-renowned Wagnerian tenor, Gerhard Siegel and pianist Gabriel Dobner will be presenting a concert of German art song. Mr. Siegel has performed leading roles in opera houses all over the world, including the Vienna State Opera, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and the Metropolitan Opera to name just a few. He and Mr. Dobner have recently released a new recording which features many of the songs which they will be performing on this recital.  

The Oak Ridge Symphony is presenting a concert this Saturday evening at 7:30pm with the theme of "Baroque to Modern."  The program is at First United Methodist Church, Oak Ridge, and features music of Telemann, Tchaikovsky, and Stravinsky.

Morning Concert host, Melony Dodson, has an in-depth conversation with conductor Dan Allcott about the music on this program and also about the Neoclassical period. 

Alexander Schimpf & The Chattanooga Symphony

Nov 18, 2015

Whitney Dodds talks with pianist Alexander Schimpf, the featured guest artist on the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra's November 19th concert. Schimpf also discusses his new album, which includes piano music of Brahms, Debussy and Beethoven. 

Chelsea Marie Cecilia Marlowe

A brand new Knoxville-based string quartet called "Inner Voices" makes its debut this Friday evening at the recently-opened creative hub, The Hive, located in Old North Knoxville.  Cellist, Jeanine Wilkinson, and violinist, Ruth Bacon, visited WUOT to talk about how they formed their group, their overall vision for the quartet and what sets them apart from other chamber groups, and about what they will be presenting during their debut performance. 

Don Dudenbostel

A harmless quip uttered by a Daily Beacon reporter in 1970 forever changed the course of a UT tradition. 

James Marvel Directs UTOT's Production Of "The Consul"

Nov 12, 2015

Director James Marvel joins Whitney Dodds in a conversation about The University of Tennessee Opera Theatre's upcoming production of Gian Carlo Menotti's opera "The Consul."  

U.S. Department of Energy

Thursday is a day for celebration in Oak Ridge, as residents mark the creation of the country's newest national park. The secretaries of the Interior and Energy departments signed documents this week formally establishing Manhattan Project National Historical Park.

Manhattan Project NHP is actually three parks, each at or near sites significant to the design and creation of the first atomic bombs. The other sites are located at Hanford, Washington, and Los Alamos, New Mexico.