Red River Radio local news highlights for Friday, April 29, 2016

Gary Borders

My love affair with Red River Radio began in San Augustine, when Shreveport station KDAQ first went on the air in 1984. I was first exposed to National Public Radio while briefly attending graduate school at the University of Missouri, and then transferring to UT-Austin, where KUT became my constant listening companion. So I was overjoyed when KDAQ — the flagship of the network now known as Red River Radio — went on the air.

KATE ARCHER KENT / Red River Radio

A group of English students at Captain Shreve High School in Shreveport delivered PowerPoint presentations Wednesday after listening to the first season of the hit podcast “Serial.”

Red River Radio local news highlights for Thursday, April 28.

Press Image / Dr. Cheryl White

Airs Thursday. April 28, at 7:45 a.m. Dr. Cheryl White takes us into the story behind The Taylor Town Bell Tower