Hans Ahlström

Operations Manager/Program & Music Director/Continuity Coordinator/Program Producer and Web

Hans Ahlström is the host of several programs including the daily musical variety show Weekday, the mostly straight ahead jazz show Night Studio, the self explanatory Blues Today, and the eclectic Sound Spectrum. You can also hear Hans as the local host of NPR's All Things Considered news magazine. He also helps manage Public Radio 90's web content, hires and trains student staff, writes the occasional news story, and ___________.

Ways to Connect

upartandculture.com

Hans Ahlstrom speaks with Dan Truckey, Director of the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center at Northern MichiganUniversity, about the upcoming exhibit, "The Immigrant Experience"

Contact Dan Truckey at (906)227-3212 or email heritage@nmu.edu

Year in Review 2017

Jan 10, 2018
wnmufm.org

A panel of area journalists looks back on the year’s key news stories.

Public Radio 90 intern Megan Strait spoke with the Interim Dean of the NMU College of Technology and Occupational Sciences , Robert Eslinger, about plans to update and modernize the DJ Jacobetti Center

Northern Michigan University is offering a new medicinal plant chemistry degree that is drawing nationwide attention for its inclusion of marijuana extract. Public Radio 90 intern Hunter Hayhoe spole with NMU Chemistry Professor Leslie Putman about the new program.

Bruce Closser reads part I of "A Christmas Carol"

Public Radio 90's Kurt Hauswirth reads Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols

U.P. Poet Laureate Martin Achatz reads his story A Snowglobe, a Magic Wand and a Kazoo

Lynn Emerick reads A Christmas Remembrance from a Mining Journal interview with Dorothy Maywood Bird

Marijuana Policy

Dec 18, 2017
wnmu-fm

A look at how states have developed policies around the legalization of Marijuana since the federal government took a hand-off approach to such initiatives.  Featured guest is Lewis Koski, who helped develop the regulatory framework for Colorado, considered the test case for Marijuana states.

Christine Saari reads a series of poems reflecting Christmas over the years

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