Around and About Chattanooga: A daily show on public radio.

Around and About is a production of WUTC 88.1 FM, Chattanooga’s official NPR affiliate.

The program highlights events and people in the community.  Our reporters interview guests who can impact your life or simply entertain you.  The concert calendar airs every Friday with a look at what’s happening around town in the music scene.  Around and About airs at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm Monday through Friday following state news and sports from the Tennessee Radio Network. Around and About is immediately followed by headlines from the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Comments?  Story ideas? You can contact the public affairs desk at WUTC by calling 423-425-2224.

2 Responses to “Around and About Chattanooga: A daily show on public radio.”

  1. Anne Prettyman Says:

    Hi Rabbit, Just wanted to drop you a note of thanks for the wonderful, caring job you did with with our “sit down” to discuss breast cancer. I felt like I was talking to an old friend….You have a great manor which I am sure is why you do what you do!

    We are certainly fortunate in this area to have a top notch breast center to receive care if we ever need it. Once you walk through the doors of the Locher Breast Center, you understand their mission of improving the quality of lives touched by cancer. It is a positive place.

    My hope through discussing my own cancer is that women will understand that they are one mammogram away from saving their own life.

    Thanks again Rabbit.

    Anne Prettyman

  2. Michael Hoff Says:

    Good morning.

    I enjoyed the interview with Louisa Branscomb on Feb. 21. It sounds like her therapeutic work with children and veterans is effective and worthwhile.

    However, I was taken aback by her saying that she writes music while driving and that her interests in a new vehicle revolved around a place for her coffee and a place on the steering wheel where she can write.

    I certainly hope that her music writing in her car is only done while she is safely parked as she travels the mountains between Tennessee and North Georgia.

    Best wishes,
    Michael Hoff

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