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.

Since embarking upon an extensive refocusing effort two years ago, the Boys and Girls Club of the Big Bend has re-emerged as a leaner, but far more effective organization.  Today it serves hundreds of young people in Leon and Gadsden counties.  Club President/Executive Director Theresa Flury has lots to say about what the program means to its clients and the community.

Perspectives: Free Speech

Jan 19, 2012

Perspectives: Money Matters

Jan 12, 2012

Rich or poor, it seems everyone has money trouble at some time.  Zack Richardson with the Character Center and Financial Attorney John Bischof share their expertise on smart budgeting, debt management and other advice for living within available means.

Perspectives: Tallahassee Delegation

Jan 6, 2012

The 2012 Florida Legislation gets underway in less than a week.  We get a preview from members of the Tallahassee area delegation: State Senator Bill Montford; and State Representatives Michele Rehwinke-Vasilinda and Alan Williams.

No matter what you may celebrate over the holidays, it wouldn’t be a party without lots of wonderful things to eat. We explore a variety of tasty treats and how to prepare them with Keiser University Executive Chef Travis Howard and the school’s Pastry Chef Angela Wilson.

Florida A&M University’s latest trouble with hazing has again put the issue in the spotlight. We get insights into the behavioral and legal ramifications from Tallahassee Memorial Psychologist Dr. Larry Kubiak, Second Judicial Circuit Assistant State Attorney Jack Campbell and Florida State University Associate Dean Adam Goldstein.

For more than five years, the Village Square has been hosting speakers and forums on a wide range of hot topics, always in a reasoned, civil context. Village Square Executive Director Liz Joyner and Board Co-Chairs, Leon County Commissioner Bryan Desloge and Tallahassee City Commissioner Gil Ziffer talk it over…politely.

A tidal wave of unwanted animals faces the Capital Region’s animal welfare organizations. Meanwhile, there are few volunteers and even less money to stem the tide. We talk it over with Jeanine Reynolds with the Gadsden County Humane Society, CHAT of Wakulla County’s Joan Hendrix and Perri Dale from the Tallahassee/Leon County Animal Service Center.

Former Leon County Commissioner Bob Rackleff has been something of a world traveler since leaving the office he held for a dozen years. He recently returned from several months in Uganda. There he worked with an organization that’s helping that nation’s people build a more effective and equitable society.

Veterans Day is a week off and we get a jump on the observance with special guest Mike Prendergast, executive director of the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs.

October is "Disability Awareness Month". In Florida, one of the strongest advocates for those with disabilities is JR Harding. He talks about the catastrophic accidents that made him quadriplegic and how that hasn’t stopped him from living life to the fullest. Helpful links: rehabworks.org, apdcares.org, ability1st.info, dot.state.fl.us/ctd.

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