WMKY

Paul Hitchcock

General Manager

Paul Hitchcock earned his Masters in Communications from Morehead State University and Bachelors in Radio-TV/Psychology from Georgetown College. A veteran broadcaster for more than 30 years and an avid fan of blues, jazz and American roots music, he currently hosts "Muddy Bottom Blues" (Fri., 8pm-9pm), "Nothin' But The Blues" (Sat., 8pm-12am), "Sunday Night Jazz Showcase" (Sun., 8pm-9pm) and "The Golden Age of Radio" (Sat., 11am-12pm). He also serves as producer for "A Time For Tales," "Shaping Appalachia," and "The Reader's Notebook."

Ways to Connect

James Cotton – Cotton Mouth Man (Alligator)

Cash Box Kings – Black Toppin’ (Blind Pig)

Various Artists – Remembering Little Walter (Blind Pig)

John Primer & Bob Corritore – Knockin’ Around These Blues (Delta Groove)

Too Slim & The Taildraggers – Blue Heart (Underworld)

Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa – See Saw (J & R Adventures)

Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup – Sunny Road (Delmark)

Mike Wheeler – Self Made Man (Delmark)

Linsey Alexander – Been There Done That (Delmark)

Omar Dykes – Runnin’ With The Wolf (Provogue)

Diane Siebels, Charlottesville, Va.

Fiber Arts Magazine describes the foundation of art to be…“a knowledge of material and technique, and a wish to communicate something visually.” That’s the intent of a current exhibition of art at Morehead State University.

MSPR’s Paul Hitchcock has the story...

Cave Run Lake in eastern Kentucky offers many outdoor activities such as boating, swimming, fishing and camping. One activity there has been in operation for more than twenty years, but is often overlooked by visitors.

MSPR’s Paul Hitchcock has the story:

Paul Hitchcock

It's as American as hot dogs, apple pie and baseball, and a traditional part of our Fourth of July celebrations. MSPR's Paul Hitchcock has more.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 36 million American adults struggle with high blood pressure. Besides a healthy diet and exercise, sleep can also promote a healthier lifestyle. MSPR's Paul Hitchcock reports...

   

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