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  • GPB Radio | Macon

    WMUM-FM 89.7 FM

    (478) 301-5761






    Click here for more station information

  • GPB Radio | Macon

    WMUM-FM 89.7 FM

    (478) 301-5761






    Click here for more station information

  • GPB Radio | Macon

    WMUM-FM 89.7 FM

    (478) 301-5761






    Click here for more station information

Latest Macon News

What Will It Take To Get A Healthcare Bill Accomplished?

Today on Political Rewind ... an impasse on healthcare, a donnybrook in the White House Press room ... as partisans wrestle in Washington, where does that leave the rest of us? Our panel talks about what it will take to get a healthcare bill accomplished. Closer to home, Democrats are still licking their wounds over the 6th District defeat and wondering, what next? What can they do to increase their stock in Georgia? Mayor Teresa Tomlinson says Democrats need to learn how to "speak Republican." Heath Garrett encourages Democrats to become more pragmatic in their approaches. Panelists: Greg Bluestein - Political Reporter, The Atlanta Journal Constitution Teresa Tomlinson - Mayor of Columbus, GA Heath Garrett - GOP Consultant.
June 28, 2017

Young Singer Finds Comfort In Opera

How many sixteen year old opera singers do you know? Well, add Leah Duval to the list. Duval is a student at Howard High School in Macon who just wrapped up her third year at the annual Otis Redding Music Camp. She may be a veteran camper, but opera is new to her. “Well, I always liked singing. I sang at church when I was a little girl and I’ve always kind of been in the church music scene,” Duval said. “I didn’t really get involved in classical music until seventh grade when my chorus teacher told my mom ‘she needs voice lessons’.” The voice lessons came at a time when Duval really did need them, but in a different way. She turned to singing when her parents got divorced. “That’s kind of when I started getting serious about music,” she said. “So, when I’m singing a song and I’m supposed to put emotion into it, I just think about all that happened and I’ll hone my feelings in and put it out there.” Duval said music gave her an emotional outlet, but The Otis Camp gave her a direction.
June 28, 2017

What's Behind The Mounting Criticism Of Trump's Business Ties?

Today on “Political Rewind,” during his presidential campaign, Donald Trump insisted he wanted to "drain the swamp" in Washington. But his own business dealings are causing their own set of issues. Alex Altman joins us to discuss his recent Time Magazine cover article, "The Swamp Hotel," which digs in on the Trump property in D.C. On Wednesday, Trump is planning to hold his first re-election fundraiser at the hotel; and criticism of this idea is mounting.
June 26, 2017

Surviving Ebola: Dr. Ian Crozier's Story

On September 9, 2014, a team of medical specialists guided Dr. Ian Crozier into the communicable disease isolation unit at Emory University Hospital. He had Ebola; in fact, he had the worst case of the disease that doctors in the United States had seen since the deadly Ebola epidemic began in Western Africa earlier that year.
June 24, 2017