The Best of Public Radio 2008

This year-end special will air on Saturday, December 27 starting at 9am on KUHF and will feature some of the most memorable stories and voices in public radio from the past year.  Peter Sagal of NPR's Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! and Fred Child of American Public Media's Performance Today will be your hosts for this three hour program.
Some of the highlights include:

- Nina Totenberg getting a grammar lesson from a Supreme Court Justice.

- NPR science correspondent Robert Krulwich discovering why scientists think mastodons used to live in Manhattan.

- Maya Angelou, Steve Martin, the Car Talk Guys, Ira Glass, Garrison Keillor and much more!

The Best of Public Radio: 2008 is also your opportunity to make a tax-deductible contribution to KUHF.

Where do I make my contribution?
You can give online at Be sure to select KUHF from the list.

Will all of the money I give go to KUHF?
Yes. Your entire contribution, minus a standard credit card processing fee goes to KUHF 88.7.

Will my name go on someone else's mailing list?
No. Your name will become part of KUHF's donor file and is subject to the same protection and restrictions afforded all KUHF donors. Your name will not be given to or used by NPR, APM. PRI, DEI, or any organization for any purpose.

Is my entire gift tax-deductible?
Yes. The email you receive after giving serves as your tax receipt.