Doris Moore Bailey is tackling various issues as host of a "lively" live talk show. UPDATE", renamed 'Our Voices' in 2019, airs Sundays from 5 p.m.-6 p.m. on TALK 1430AM WLKF and 96.7 simulcast, on Hall Communications Station in Lakeland, Florida. "Topics cover the whole gamut of hot issues and that's positive empowerment ," said Moore Bailey. "We need to address issues within the community, county, state, as well as National and International." "I enjoy researching in preparation for my guests." Moore Bailey began her first commercial radio talk show June 1992, as well as hosted a gospel and a jazz show. As of Sunday, July 8, 2007, UPDATE streams live 5-6:00 p.m. EST Sundays, at http://www.wlkf.com/ from Talk Radio WLFK 1430AM.
E-mail Doris Moore Bailey at Ourvoicesbroadcast@gmail.com (spam mail shall be reported) to share your up and coming community event and she'll announce it on UPDATE. If you have a topic to suggest or a guest referral, call 863/816-6480 to schedule an interview.
No matter how long you continue an error,
No matter how great a tradition you build about an error,
No matter how many prestigious persons endorse an error,
No matter how many noble institutions affirm an error,
. . . it is still an error.
And as such it ought to end; Errors ought to be corrected.
Truth must be set free, For the truth to set us free.
- Donald S. Daughtry May 19, 1974
'Our Voices' Executive Producer/Host Doris Moore Bailey/Talk Radio 1430 AM WLKF 5-6p.m. EST
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