Lee Hay

Announcer & Producer

Lee Hay has worked at all three Cincinnati Public Radio stations: WGUC in the mid-70's, WMUB in the late 70's, and WVXU since 1984. She is currently executive producer/host of the award-winning arts program Around Cincinnati Sunday evenings and The Blues on Saturday evenings. Her radio work has been awarded numerous awards including one from the Ohio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, numerous Communicator Awards, Society of Professional Journalists and the Ohio Associated Broadcasters Association. Most recently she has received a Certificate of Merit from the Gabriel Awards for The Journey from Within; and recognition from the Ohio Associated Broadcasters Association for Cincinnati Baseball: Crosley Field (2011) and The Who Concert: 30 Years Later and Baseball: A Little Known Chapter (2010). Hay is also WVXU's music director and with her jazz background was the Cincinnati correspondent for downbeat magazine.

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Music
11:32 am
Tue April 29, 2014

Swing with Bill Cartwright: 5/3/14 show

This week the swing era comes alive with music from a number of vocalists like June Christy, Nancy Wilson, and Michael Buble.  Michael Buble will be coming to the US Bank Arena in downtown Cincinnati on Tuesday, July 29th.  Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, May 9th. 

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National Poetry Month
1:00 am
Fri April 25, 2014

Local poet Gerry Grubbs

Clay Alliance
1:00 am
Fri April 25, 2014

Spring Pottery Fair happening in East Walnut Hills on May 3

Cincinnati’s Clay Alliance will take over the streets of East Walnut Hills on Saturday, May 3 for their annual Spring Pottery Fair. Lee Hay previews this event with artist and event co-chair, Jessica Thayer.

National Poetry Month
1:00 am
Fri April 25, 2014

Local poet Kate Fadick

National Poetry Month: local poet Kate Fadick reads The Misunderstanding from her Slipstream poetry chap book.

King Records
1:00 am
Fri April 25, 2014

A tribute to Syd Nathan

A tribute to Syd Nathan, founder of Cincinnati’s famed King Records, who was born in Cincinnati on April 27, 1904.

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