‘To the Best of Our Knowledge’ Premiering on Southeast Public Radio


CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., Dec. 21, 2004 — Public radio station KRCU 90.9 FM  at Southeast Missouri State University has announced plans to air “To the Best of Our Knowledge,” a program from Public Radio International that focuses on current events, science, the arts and culture.

“To the Best of Our Knowledge” will begin airing at 11 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 2, following Public Radio Showcase.

“‘To the Best of Our Knowledge,’” says General Manager Dan Woods, “is one of public radio’s most thought-provoking, intellectually engaging series, boasting a weekly guest list of thinkers, artists, movers and shakers. We are very pleased to be able to offer this program in our area.”

“To the Best of Our Knowledge” satisfies listeners’ hunger for new ideas. It’s an intellectual feast served up weekly ᾰ the program of choice for curious, information-hungry listeners. Host Jim Fleming is supported on-air by award-winning journalists Steve Paulson and Anne Strainchamps.

The three invite listeners to consider often-unexpected points of view on a wide range of issues, and in the process, satisfy their hunger for new ideas. “To the Best of Our Knowledge” is produced by Steve Paulson for Wisconsin Public Radio and is distributed by Public Radio International.

KRCU 90.9 FM is Cape Girardeau’s local Public Radio International affiliate and a National Public Radio member station, providing national and local programs that are both informative and entertaining. For more information, visit www.krcu.org.