Odd Numbers

1st Friday of each month @ 7pm
  • Hosted by Doug Chatham

Despite the name, “Odd Numbers” isn’t a documentary about mathematics. Instead, and to the delight of those who are math challenged, “Odd Numbers” is a novelty music program filed with odd songs and comedy bits. Hosted by Doug Chatham, each hour-long program presents a wide range of funny and eccentric music from a cross selection of genres including country, pop, rock and tunes too weird for any category. The program features well-known entertainers including “Weird Al” Yankovic, Monty Python, Spike Jones and many more. “Odd Numbers” can be heard monthly on the first Friday at 7:00pm.

Doug Chatham is originally from Taylorsville, North Carolina. Doug is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Morehead State University with a Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. A member of the MSU faculty since 2001, Doug is also past chair of the MSU Faculty Senate. For Doug, “Odd Numbers” is the latest in a long string of eccentric, extracurricular activities which include writing satirical newspaper columns, inventing variations on the game of chess and mastering his knowledge of the English language in community spell-a-thons. Doug is a fan of spoken, written and musical comedy and has a steadily-growing collection of novelty music.

Doug Chatham is your host for "Odd Numbers," Friday, February 5, 2016 at 7:00pm. The program will have a science fiction theme. Songs include "I Think I'm a Clone Now," "Tribbles" and "TIE After TIE."

Join MSPR and host Doug Chatham for a night of weird cover songs on "Odd Numbers." 

Friday, April 4th @ 7pm

Join MSPR and host Doug Chatham for a weird collection of love songs on "Odd Numbers." 

Friday, February 7th @ 7pm