Telegram & Gazette
Sections read are: Obituaries, Front Page, Local News, Letters to the Editor/Editorials, Entertainment, Business, Sports and Special Sections.
*These programs are one hour in length, with some papers being grouped together in geographical areas. Readings from all papers include: front page news; letters to the editor; editorials; reports on local government meetings; local events calendar and special interest stories from the town.
Papers read are: The Auburn News, The Banner, Barre Gazette, Blackstone Valley Tribune, Bolton Independent, Charlton Villager, Clinton Item, Community Advocate (covering Northborough, Shrewsbury, Southborough and Westborough), Gardner New, Grafton News, Harvard Press, The Landmark, Millbury/Sutton Chronicle, Marlborough Enterprise, Marlborough Main Street Journal, Milford Town Crier, Northborough/ Southborough Village, Sentinel & Enterprise, Shrewsbury Chronicle, Southbridge Evening News, Spencer New Leader, Sturbridge Villager, Upton & Mendon Town Crier and The Webster Times.
*(IAAIS Program of the Year 2001)
Worcester Business Journal
An in-depth look at businesses in Worcester County, including feature articles on business men and women and up to minute reports on local companies.
Worcester’s oracle for local and regional events, with feature articles, and an extensive coverage of events in and around town.
A Spanish language newspaper covering local news and events, and national news for Worcester County’s Spanish speaking residents.
Aimed at our younger listening audience and includes readings of popular children’s books, Muse Magazine, stories written by host children, poems and an occasional guest interview.
All Things History
Readings from history magazines, Internet articles, books and journals. The program’s aim is to provide a broad spectrum of world history.
An Older Voice
Readings from AARP Modern Maturity magazine and other articles, giving up to date information on issues relevant to our older listeners.
A Common Voice
Helps to give advice and information about living in the community with your disability. Readings are from New Mobility, Dialogue and Braille Monitor magazines and other relevant newspaper articles.
Another Point of View
Takes readings from Conservative and Liberal magazines, and gives both points of view on political debates.
Worcester’s very own audio broadcast of what’s going on in Worcester County. Guests are frequently interviewed from local music groups, stage productions, art exhibitions and various cultural events. *(IAAIS Program of the Year 2000)
Focus on Health
Brings up to the minute information on drugs, new medical updates and all you need to know to keep healthy and fit.
A J Sports Page
Places its emphasis on sport for disabled individuals and using sport to keep fit. Guests are interviewed from the local sports for disabled community, and readings are from Sports & Spokes, PN and other sports journals.
Hosted by University of Massachusetts Scientists, who keep listeners up to date with the latest discoveries in the world of science.
African American Experience
Pioneered by Roy Allen, a former CBS producer, looks at the world from an African American perspective, with guest interviews, music, poetry and pertinent articles.
Backyard Bookshelf *
Audio Journal’s book reading program, which always has a local flavor, whether by content or author. *(IAAIS Program of the Year 2002)
Audio Journal’s book discussion program, bringing the enjoyable experience of a book group into listeners’ homes. Volunteers discuss the book in the studio, and listeners can call in with their comments and be part of the group. This program is broadcast statewide.
Retail Circulars and Sales
Takes fliers from Price Chopper, Big Y, Shaw’s and Stop & Shop and informs listeners about the bargains and offers in those supermarkets that week.
The Shopper’s Guide
Fliers from many stores including Macy’s, Sears, CVS, Walgreens, Home Depot and Walmart, etc. informing listeners about bargains and offers in those stores.
Twice-Monthly One-Hour Broadcasts
Accent on Ability
Concentrates on the positive side of disability and what can be achieved. Guests are interviewed from local agencies that help disabled individuals.
Takes you to places you have always wanted to visit, without needing a passport. A wide range of destinations for this truly enjoyable, informative program.
Radio Active Theatre*
Brings the world of theatre to listeners from Old Time Radio, Drama, Comedy and original scripts written by Audio Journal volunteers. *(IAAIS Program of the Year 2005)
*The International Association of Audio Information Services (IAAIS) encourages and supports the establishment and maintenance of radio reading services throughout the world. Members are located in Australia, Canada, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, England, Japan, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Panama, Scotland, South Africa and the U.S.
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