The KRMG Afternoon News with Skyler Cooper brings you 2 full hours of the day's news, plus weather and traffic every six minutes. Listen weekdays from 4 PM to 6 PM and join in on the conversation by using the Open Mic in the KRMG app to experience your most entertaining drive home.
Oklahoma has a lot going on! From cool attractions, things to do, and even restaurants you just have to try, Skyler Cooper and Steve Berg will highlight something new each week... Giving you full access to Oklahoma! New episodes will post every Thursday.
Bob Dylan Center
It's back to the Arts District for Skyler and Steve, who talk to Steven Jenkins, the director of the Bob Dylan Center, about the iconic and reclusive musician.
Woody Guthrie Center: This museum is our museum.
Skyler and Steve talk with Cady Shaw, the director of the Woody Guthrie Center in the Arts District in Downtown Tulsa.
En Fuego: Rekindling a favorite Tulsa restaurant from the early 2000's
Skyler and Steve talk to Greg and Ashley Hughes about the new version of an old favorite from the Tulsa restaurant scene, 'En Fuego,' located at Guthrie Green.
Journalists, from a radio station with a long history in the community, get real about the issues facing Oklahoma women today. Join our candid conversation behind the scenes about important topics on life at work and home. New episodes are posted every Wednesday at 5 AM.
Living with HIV and thriving
JoAnna Reynolds was diagnosed with HIV 13 years ago. JoAnna talks about how she had brief thoughts of suicide but quickly shoved that idea out of her head because of her children. Living with HIV has not slowed her down. She now owns a successful business and is the current president of a nonprofit called Positively Grateful.
I'm still hungry! Living with Prader-Willi Syndrome
The recent disappearance of 40-year-old Katie VaClaw brought a lot of attention to Prader-Willi Syndrome. Katie's sister, Stacy Lard, talks about what life is like for Katie and the struggles she deals with due to PWS. Katie McDaniel also has a sister with PWS and she talks about the numerous disabilities that go along with PWS.
Living with a rare blood disorder
Katie Mears talks about what Hemophilia is and what it is like to navigate the world when your body can't stop bleeding. Kerri Crabtree lost her brother who suffered from Hemophilia and talks about his struggles and how he contracted HIV from tainted blood.
The Damp Otter Files: Conversations with Tulsa's Most Fascinating People
Dan Potter chats with Tulsa’s most creative and interesting personalities, makers, artists, and thought leaders. New episodes will be posted on the second and fourth Wednesdays each month.
Ep 21 Shahaf, Israeli Emissary to Tulsa
Shahaf and his wife (who are not using their last names at the recommendation of the Israeli Embassey) arrived in Tulsa just days before Hamas attacked Israel. In the intervening five months, they have answered many questions from Tulsans, they've worried about family and friends back home and they have fallen in love with their new hometown.
Ep 20 FOX23 and KRMG's Michelle Linn
The co-anchor of FOX23 News This Morning talks openly about the hatred media figures in this market sometimes face, as well as about the state of broadcast journalism in Tulsa and about her new series "On Her Mind."
Ep 19 Benjamin Ray, Founder and Conductor, Tulsa People's Orchestra
Tulsa has quite a few orchestras for a city of its size. The Tulsa Symphony, The TCC Signature Symphony and the TU Symphony Orchestra, to name a few. The latest ensemble to join that list is the Tulsa People's Orchestra, or TPO, which is open to any local musician who wants to make music with others.