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Saturday December 4th, 2021 6:29AM

LISTEN: Ahmad Rashad: Tug of Words

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LISTEN: Ahmad Rashad: Tug of Words
Ahmad Rashad talks about his gig hosting "Tug of Words" on GSN and what it's like to host a game show. It's not as easy as you think, but he says it's a ton of fun.
10:32AM ( 12 minutes ago )
LISTEN: So where did all those deadly diseases come from?
Dr. Lydia Kang, co-author of "Patient Zero", talks about the history of the major diseases that have shaken and shaped humanity.
10:24AM ( 20 minutes ago )
LISTEN: Lightning Down: an incredible story of survival during WWII
On August 13th, 1944, Joe Moser set off on his 44th combat mission over occupied France. He would soon join 167 other Allied airmen as prisoners. Tom Clavin talks about his book "Lightning Down" which chronicles Joe and his fellow airmen as they are taken to Buchenwald where the Nazis expected them to die. It's an incredible story of hope and will power.
10:14AM ( 30 minutes ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Can you pass the U.S. citizenship test?
United States Court of Appeals Judge Douglas Ginsburg joined Bill Maine on Maine Street to share information on Civics Awareness Month. Ginsburg also offered information on where teachers can find resources to aide with civics lessons at izzit.org.
12:42PM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: The U.S.A. is really Pet Nation
Mark Cushing shares information from his book "Pet Nation" including how pet ownership has changed over the generations. Did you know there's a shortage of veterinarians? Cushing explains why.
12:37PM ( 1 month ago )
LISTEN: Ed Moser takes us on a tour of "The Lost History of the Captiol"
Ed Moser is at it again with a look at another portion of Washington D.C. through the lens of time. "The Lost History of the Capitol: The Hidden and Tumultuous Saga of Congress and the Capitol Building" gives you facts about the Capitol you didn't get in your high school or even college history classes.
12:32PM ( 1 month ago )
WDUN Morning Show
Zac Brown & wife announce plans to separate
The couple married 12 years ago and released news of their separation via a joint statement to People Magazine.
5:30PM ( 3 years ago )
Gainesville official hopes 'Rampage' will bring more movie dollars to town
One Gainesville official is hoping the movie "Rampage," a film starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson that includes a few scenes that were shot in Gainesville, will serve as a launching pad for more movies to come to town.
12:00PM ( 3 years ago )
Lakeview Academy alum, Gainesville native to appear on Jeopardy Tuesday night
Local fans of the television game show Jeopardy will be in for a treat Tuesday evening, when a Gainesville native and Lakeview Academy alumnus makes an appearance on the show's college tournament, representing Brown University.
6:00AM ( 3 years ago )
Sugar Hill releases concert schedule, highlighted by Michael Bolton, The Village People
Sugar Hill has released its concert schedule for The Bowl at Sugar Hill, a lineup that includes names like Michael Bolton and The Village People.
11:02AM ( 3 years ago )
LISTEN: The Man of a Thousand Voices - Rich Little, famed impressionist, discusses his life and new book
You may remember him from The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and Dean Martin Celebrity Roast, Rich Little, the world renowned impressionist, discusses his life and career and tells some interesting stories about his fellow entertainers. Rich is also the author of the new book, "Little By Little: People I've Known and Been", an autobiography about his past and life in the entertainment industry.
By Afternoon News Wrap
5:58PM ( 4 years ago )