Dialogue on WUOT

The first Wednesday of the month, now from noon-1 p.m. starting August 2017

WUOT's monthly live call-in program; hosted by a member of WUOT's News Staff 

We'll take your calls at 865-974-5050; tweet us @WUOTFM or submit your question on WUOT's Facebook page. 

Dialogue: CodeStock 2015

Jun 27, 2015
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We hear about technology conferences all the time, the gatherings held for developers and entrepreneurs in the tech industry. They've led to some of the most innovative products for tech consumers, and we have a conference coming up in July, right here in Knoxville. 

Dialogue: Remembering Guy Carawan

May 27, 2015

Last month, folk music legend and political activist Guy Carawan died at the age of 87.  Guy and his wife Candie were stalwart forces in both the national Civil Rights movement and East Tennessee's folk music scene. 

Dialogue: The State Of Our Air

May 5, 2015
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Knoxville and the communities that surround the Great Smoky Mountains have been dealing with dreadfully poor air quality for generations.  

In recent years, however, the news has actually been encouraging.

A combination of tighter restrictions on air polluters and the migration away from coal as a fuel source by utilities like the TVA means the air is actually cleaner and healthier here than it has been in decades.   

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Today on Dialogue, WUOT's Chrissy Keuper speaks with Erin Gill, Director of the City of Knoxville's Office of Sustainability, and Louise Gorenflo of Knoxville Scores, about the city's involvement in the Georgetown University Energy Prize... 

TVA Energy Audit

Bryan Allen

Whether you’re a native Tennessean or a newcomer, the state’s natural diversity and wild landscapes are among the most visible trademarks of the Volunteer State. But maybe you’ve never explored those places, even in your own neighborhood.

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