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Sue Wagner

Sue Wagner

Community Relations Coordinator

Sue is the host of Tell Me About It and the voice of Health in a Heartbeat.

  • The Spring 2024 Friends of the Library Book Sale is featured. The sale takes place April 20-24 at the Bookhouse located at 430 North Main Street in Gainesville. The popular event offers 500,000 items for sale including works of art, puzzles, CDs, vinyl records and games as well as books of all genres in more than 60 categories.
  • Today’s episode features Keep Alachua County Beautiful’s Great American Cleanup 2024 in Gainesville, Florida on Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Alfred Massey Park, also known as Westside Park, will serve as the headquarters for volunteers to pick up cleaning supplies and receive location assignments throughout the county.
  • The 52nd annual Spring Arts Festival on the Santa Fe College Northwest campus at 3000 NW 83rd Street in Gainesville is featured. The annual event happens on Saturday, April 13 from 10 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • This episode features the Florida Museum of Natural History’s new exhibit “Water Shapes Florida” as well as the free museum educational and outreach programs available to people of all ages. Museum Director Doug Jones and Darcie MacMahon, Director of Exhibits and Public Programs discuss the exhibit and share information on educational programs and outreach and membership opportunities.
  • Gainesville Modern President Peter Aliberti and Treasurer Mike Hastings talk about Gainesville Modern Weekend 2024 from March 21-23. The three-day event showcases Mid-Century Modern architecture in Gainesville and Alachua County.
  • UF IFAS (Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences) Chief Operating Officer Jeanna Mastrodicasa talks with host Sue Wagner about the ninth annual Flavors of Florida event to be held on March 21 at 6 p.m. at the Champions Club in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville.
  • This episode features a new documentary entitled “Ocklawaha Tales My Father Told.” It’s a symphonic poem by John Gottsch that focuses on his boyhood memories on the mystical Oklawaha River. The film features Gottsch’s symphony, the cinematography of Ocala-based filmmaker Mark Emery and narration by the renowned Peter Coyote.
  • This episode features the Michael Presley Bobbitt, playwright, entrepreneur, clam farmer, Cedar Key’s official Clambassador and now novelist. His new book, Godspeed, Cedar Key, available March 1, has been described By Kirkus Reviews “as a propulsive, character-driven post-apocalyptic ride, and a brutal tale of survival with a refreshingly kaleidoscopic perspective.”
  • UF College of Journalism and Communications Web Developer Craig Lee and WUFT News Managing Editor Ethan Magoc talk with host Sue Wagner about the improved look and user experience at, the website serving public media stations WUFT-TV, WUFT-FM and WUFT Classic.
  • The Nancy Renyhart Dementia Education Program, part of Marion County Hospice in Ocala and affiliate member of Empath Health since May 2023, is featured. The Dementia Education Program provides valuable information to help those who care for loved ones with dementia as well as those with dementia.