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  • GPB Radio | Macon

    WMUM-FM 89.7 FM

    (478) 301-5761






    Click here for more station information

  • GPB Radio | Macon

    WMUM-FM 89.7 FM

    (478) 301-5761






    Click here for more station information

  • GPB Radio | Macon

    WMUM-FM 89.7 FM

    (478) 301-5761






    Click here for more station information

Latest Macon News

Macon&Eggs: Would You Vote At A Police Station?

Elections in Georgia are just days away and some voters in Macon will cast their ballots at a church property.  This after their precinct was shut down for renovations and moved to a police station. But that move caused an uproar.  Each week Charles Richardson, editorial page editor at the Telegraph and GPB Macon's Leah Fleming talk about the issues on the minds of Middle Georgians.  Listen to the studio conversation here.HOT TOPIC #1:
May 20, 2016

North Georgia Bat Numbers Plummet

  A new report paints a bleak picture for North Georgia bats and scientists say they know why.
May 19, 2016

Braves Fire Manager In Midst Of A Dreary Season

The Atlanta Braves are currently one of the worst teams in baseball with a paltry 9-28 record so far this season. And to make matters worse, manager Freddie Gonzalez was fired by the team yesterday during his sixth season with the ball club.Jon Nelson of GPB Sports stops by to bemoan the current state of the Braves
May 18, 2016

A Punk History Of Otis Redding

Before his album of duets with Carla Thomas, before "Dock of the Bay," even before wowing the crowd at the Monterey Pop Festival, Otis Redding was in a band not as the front man, but mostly because he could drive.That band was Johnny Jenkins and the Pinetoppers, a staple of the Macon music scene in the early days of rock and roll. And yes, guitar ace Jenkins couldn't drive, but he also  had the foresight to give Redding the microphone. The partnership led to one of Redding's first singles, the rocker "Shout Bama Lama."
May 17, 2016