Radio Station Information

North Carolina Public Radio

WUNC 91.5 FM

City of License:
Chapel Hill, NC

Public Radio

Web site:

University of North Carolina (Wunc Public Radio, LLC)

WUNC is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Chapel Hill, NC. The station airs public radio programming and goes by the name "North Carolina Public Radio" on the air. WUNC is owned by University of North Carolina.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

I would LOVE to listen to a re-broadcast of the program that was played in 2013 on prescriptions and a cost efficient pharmacy.
By: Carlisle Harvard on February 12, 2013

Please announce country breakfast at center Methodist church. Sat. Feb. 25,2017. 6:30-9:30 am 9203 Center methodist road. Green hill road off 87 south graham nc Sausage country ham. Homemade biscuits. Country gravy. Grits. Eggs. Stewed apples. Coffee. Drinks Donations accepted Thank you for announcing
By: Vicki haithcock on February 2, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Bistro-by-the-Sea's Concert Celebrating –Rockin’ & Shockin’ Carteret Co. for 25 Years! Through the 25th Anniversary event at the Crystal Coast Civic Center on Saturday, September 15, 2018 featuring the Sleeping Booty Band, all the net proceeds will benefit the Foundation for future BBF STEM camps. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased at The First Annual Bistro Buddies Foundation STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Match) camp for foster/at risk youth took place on July 23-26, 2018 in partnership with NC STATE'S UNIVERSITIES THE SCIENCE HOUSE at Cmast (Center for Marines Science and Technology.) A portion of the camp’s expenses was partially funded by birthday donations made through Facebook for the owner of the Bistro-by-the-Sea’s Restaurant and Private Banquet Hall of Morehead City, Libby Eaton. The BBTS’ funded the reminder of the camp through the BBF. Dr. Patrick Curly, director of the Science House, spearheaded the BBF STEM camp with Leslie Smith, CMAST Youth Programs Director and two camp leaders, Erica Walker and Maddy Arena at the CMAST building in Morehead City.
By: Kristina Hooper on September 5, 2018

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