Beth Marshall

Beth Marshall

Beth Marshall

Q: When do you listen to WUSF 89.7?

A: Whenever I am in my car. I also listen at 11 a.m. on Saturdays or 10 a.m. on Sundays.

Q: What is your favorite program? Why?

A: Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!   I saw Beth Marshall

Q: When do you listen to WUSF 89.7?

A: Whenever I am in my car. I also listen at 11 a.m. on Saturdays or 10 a.m. on Sundays.

Q: What is your favorite program? Why?

A: Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!   I saw Carl Kasell at USF on Saturday, November 13, 2010 and won a drawing, so now I have his voice on my home answering machine.

Q: What five words would you share with others to describe WUSF?

A: Educational, Enduring, Excellent, Exciting, and Events.

Q: Has public radio had an impact on your life? How so?

A: My husband got up at 5 a.m. one day a week to drive to WUSF and read on the Radio Reading Service.  He said he was only reading to one lady, but I believe that there was probably more than that actually listening.

Q: If you had to select one program to be on the air for the next 50 years – what do you think it should be?

A: Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me!

Q: Which public broadcasting personality would you like to invite to a dinner party?  What’s the first question you’d ask them?

A: Carl Kasell.  And the question I would ask him would be “What can you tell me about your time at The University of North Carolina?”

Q: Why do you give?

A: My husband’s love of the station.

Q: How long have you been supporting WUSF?

A: About eight years.

Q: What sets WUSF Public Media apart from other organizations when you make decisions regarding your philanthropic support?

A: I have enjoyed the people that I have met at the station and at other events sponsored by WUSF.  They are a very special group of people.

Q: What would you say to a friend to inspire them to enjoy or discover all that WUSF has to offer?

A: Just listen and enjoy the diversity of WUSF.

Carl Kasell at USF on Saturday, November 13, 2010 and won a drawing, so now I have his voice on my home answering machine.

Q: What five words would you share with others to describe WUSF?

A: Educational, Enduring, Excellent, Exciting, and Events.

Q: Has public radio had an impact on your life? How so?

A: My husband got up at 5 a.m. one day a week to drive to WUSF and read on the Radio Reading Service.  He said he was only reading to one lady, but I believe that there was probably more than that actually listening.

Q: If you had to select one program to be on the air for the next 50 years – what do you think it should be?

A: Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me!

Q: Which public broadcasting personality would you like to invite to a dinner party?  What’s the first question you’d ask them?

A: Carl Kasell.  And the question I would ask him would be “What can you tell me about your time at The University of North Carolina?”

Q: Why do you give?

A: My husband’s love of the station.

Q: How long have you been supporting WUSF?

A: About eight years.

Q: What sets WUSF Public Media apart from other organizations when you make decisions regarding your philanthropic support?

A: I have enjoyed the people that I have met at the station and at other events sponsored by WUSF.  They are a very special group of people.

Q: What would you say to a friend to inspire them to enjoy or discover all that WUSF has to offer?

A: Just listen and enjoy the diversity of WUSF.

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