Closings and Delays

Feb 12, 2018

The following is a partial list of school/government closings and delays in the WUOT listening area.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Claiborne County schools - 2-hour delay

Grainger County schools - closed

Hancock County schools - 2-hour delay

Lizzy Joo and Renae Dishman Win Concerto Competition

Feb 9, 2018

In this interview with "Afternoon Concert" host Garrett McQueen, Lizzy Joo and Renae Dishman talk about their upcoming performances with the Knoxville Symphony Youth Orchestra. 

Local jazz musician Will Boyd discusses his newest release with Todd Steed on Improvisations

Four years ago, the shooting of teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, helped launch a national debate about how law enforcement deals with minority communities. Similar conversations have arisen, over how we talk about and implement racial diversity in workplaces, government, media and daily life.

In this episode of Dialogue, a look at race and systemic racism in America. Do minorities find themselves at a disadvantage when seeking better employment, housing, or justice? What efforts have been made to combat racism embedded in institutions, and have they been successful?


Americans have debated for nearly three centuries the relationship between church and state. The question has never been settled in a way that satisfies every political and religious faction. This doesn't surprise University of Southern California professor Diane Winston.

From her position analyzing media and religion, she sees common threads that date to the beginning of the country.