WJHU-FM (88.1) is holding nightly call-in programs this week in conjunction with the public radio station's fifth anniversary. The series, which airs each night from 7 to 8:30, will address such topics as education, employment and health. It will be hosted by John Stupak and feature specialists from Johns Hopkins University.
Tonight's show concerns the economic and social future of the city, state and country. Tomorrow's program addresses educational changes needed to improve the economic competitiveness of the United States. Wednesday's topic is job retraining and Thursday's subject is health care. The series concludes Friday with a look at the work force at the turn of the century.
Listeners can call the station at 338-WJHU.