WKSU Presents "Indivisible" Radio Show

WKSU welcomes listeners to join in the conversation surrounding Donald J. Trump’s first 100 days as president through Indivisible. This hourlong, call-in radio show will air on WKSU Mondays WKSU presents "Indivisible," a new hourlong, call-in radio show airing Mondays through Thursdays at 8 p.m. through May 4. through Thursdays at 8 p.m. through May 4. Produced by WNYC, Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) and The Economist, Indivisible is intended to bring Americans together for a national conversation during Trump’s transition, which follows a contentious election season.

Indivisible will be a nightly gathering for all Americans to talk, debate and find common ground during the critical first 100 days of the new administration. Each day of the week features a different host and focus, crossing the political spectrum and offering encouragement to listeners with diverse views to participate in lively and inclusive conversations.

Hosts include radio personalities who are comfortable engaging in listener interaction.

Monday: Kai Wright, host of WNYC’s critically-acclaimed podcasts There Goes the Neighborhood and The United States of Anxiety, with co-hosts in London John Prideaux (U.S. editor of The Economist) and Anne McElvoy (senior editor of The Economist and editor of Economist Radio).

Tuesday: WNYC’s Peabody Award-winning public affairs host Brian Lehrer.

Wednesday: Longtime conservative talk-radio host Charlie Sykes.

Thursday: Kerri Miller, host of MPR News and Talking Volumes.

Listeners can tweet using #IndivisibleRadio, call 844-745-TALK (8255) or leave audio messages at www.IndivisibleRadio.com. Additional information also will be available at www.WKSU.org.

“We are excited to participate in this initiative,” says WKSU General Manager Wendy Turner. “It’s an example of public radio’s mission and purpose – to serve and strengthen our democracy through thoughtful, reasoned discourse.”


POSTED: Thursday, January 26, 2017 - 2:05pm
UPDATED: Thursday, February 2, 2017 - 3:31pm
Ann VerWiebe