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    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

Georgia Could Benefit From A Roy Moore Win

On this edition of Political Rewind, as the Alabama Senate race heads to the finish line, President Trump rallies voters to turn out for Roy Moore, while former President Obama, along with other key African-American leaders, rally in support of Doug Jones. Meanwhile, Alabama business leaders worry the election results could be yet another setback for the state’s efforts to compete with Georgia.
December 11, 2017

On Second Thought For Monday, December 11, 2017

The Trump Administration’s immigration crackdown has led to an uptick in arrests nationwide. New federal data show arrests in Georgia and the Carolinas are also up from the last fiscal year. The president’s push to be tough on illegal immigration also includes policies to build a massive wall at the U.S.-Mexico border. Historian Kenneth C. Davis explains that anti-immigrant sentiment is older than America itself. This month, doctors in China were scheduled to perform the first-ever head transplant. Due to pressure from the medical community, the procedure has been pushed back to 2018, citing ethical concerns. The Neuroethics Program at Emory University is leading the international debate about the surgery. We talk about the issues with Paul Wolpe, Director of Center for Ethics at Emory. Also Jordan Amadio, Chief Resident in Neurosurgery at Emory. Two U.S. Congressmen resigned last week: one Democrat, one Republican. They are the latest men to take responsibility for sexual misconduct
December 11, 2017

Georgians In Washington Push Back Against Trump

On this edition of Political Rewind, two prominent Georgians push back against President Trump: FBI Director Chris Wray defends the honor of his agency in response to Trump's Twitter attacks, and Congressman John Lewis says he won't attend the opening of a Mississippi civil rights museum if Donald Trump shows up. Plus, will Al Franken's resignation from the U.S. Senate put more pressure on Republicans to speak out against those in their own party accused of sexual harassment? Georgia's own Newt Gingrich says no way. And, Georgia House Speaker David Ralston warns that giving local communities control over Confederate memorials would be divisive. Panelists: AJC Political Reporter Jim Galloway
December 8, 2017

Reckoning With A Piece Of Macon's Music History

Odds are good you have never heard of Emmett Miller. Not too long ago, neither had Ben Arthur.
December 8, 2017