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Download The Free WUKY App

  Listen to WUKY anytime and anywhere by downloading our smartphone app. (Available for the iPhone, iPad and Android)

iTunes: Download here
Android: Download here

Enjoy these exciting features of the WUKY App:

Live Streaming

  • Allows you to live stream all WUKY HD Channels.
  • DVR-like controls (pause, rewind, and fast forward). Pause live radio streams, then continue where you left off, or rewind to catch a comment you missed!
  • Bookmark a LIVE program and easily replay later. No more remembering what program or when you were listening to find later on the web.
  • Share an interesting LIVE program with a friend! Just press the Share button, and we send your personal message with a link to the program and story!
  • Easily view WUKY’s current and upcoming schedule.
  • One click stream switching – flip over to the program you noticed on another stream with a single click.

On Demand

  • Access all of your WUKY’s programs easily and quickly.
  • DVR-like controls. Pause, rewind and fast forward your program with ease.
  • When listening to national programs, individual story segments (when available) are listed so you can review and choose one or listen to the entire program.
  • Easy to access past programs.
  • Displays the web page associated with the program or story segment you are listening to On Demand so you can explore for more information.

Get All Of WUKY’s Content!!

  • The unique “Search Public Radio” feature finds stories or programs across hundreds of stations and web pages and makes it easy to play instantly.
  • A built in Sleep Timer and Alarm Clock allows you to go to sleep and wake up to WUKY (iPhone/iPad/Android).
  •  Compatible with the popular Radio Bookmark device www.radiobookmark.com.
Josh James fell in love with college radio at Western Kentucky University's student station, New Rock 92 (now Revolution 91.7). After working as a DJ and program director, he knew he wanted to come home to Lexington and try his hand in public radio.