Perspectives (WFSU) on 88.9 WFSU-FM

Thursdays, 11 am ET - Noon

Join WFSU and host Tom Flanigan for the live, listener call-in program Perspectives. It's the perfect forum to discuss the issues that concern YOU!

Please join us by listening to the program every Thursday morning at 11, and by calling us. The numbers are 850-414-1234, or 800-926-8809. You can also e-mail your questions and comments to perspectives@wfsu.org .

Perspectives is broadcast LIVE each Thursday at 11:00 am ET on 88.9, WFSU-FM and wfsu.org.

Perspectives: Tallahassee Music Week

Mar 26, 2015

Between April 3 and 12, more than a hundred Capital City musical performances will take place during the first-ever Tallahassee Music Week.  Event President Rick Minor has

Perspectives: Tech Expo

Mar 19, 2015

The TalTech Alliance hosts its Eighth Annual TechExpo April 2 at FSU’s Turnbull Conference Center.  Three of the event organizers, Amanda Kuff, Maureen Burns and Kevin Saunders, give a preview of the happening, who should attend and why.

Perspectives: Leon County Sheriff Mike Wood

Mar 12, 2015

The county’s top law enforcement officer talks about the legacy of his predecessor Larry Campbell and his own approach to issues like deadly force, community relations and the need for more resources to address mental health and substance abuse issues.

Perspectives: Teen Drama

Mar 5, 2015

The Capital City area has an amazing variety of venues for area young people to express their theatrical creativity.  We speak with Lincoln High School Choral Director Scott Leaman and Young Actors’ Theatre Artistic Director Robert Stuart.

Perspectives: Bees

Feb 19, 2015

From oranges, to almonds about a third of the foods we eat depend on pollination from insects like bees. Nation-wide, they’re responsible for pollinating about 15-billion dollars in crops each year as well as the production of about 150-million dollars of honey. And while that might sound sweet, experts say pesticide use and a changing global climate, are leading to a steep honey bee decline. We’ll talk with a local beekeepers about what that means for Florida, and how they’re working to protect Tallahassee’s bee population.

Pages