The Crimson FieldEpisode 4 | Monday, 8 p.m.
The arrival of soldiers from her home town lifts Joan's spirits, but she finds herself in trouble. Thomas seizes his opportunity to pursue Kitty. Meanwhile, the return of an old patient causes ripples, calling everyone's loyalties into question.
The WidowerPart 2 | Monday, 9 p.m.
Malcolm tries to kill Felicity on two occasions; and returns to Scotland, where he reinvents himself as a leukemia patient in order to woo a wealthy nurse.
Taylor, Made for the News
Abbey Taylor's summer internship at WCIA and work with WEIU's News Watch are paving the way to a journalism career.
Taylor was recently featured on Eastern Illinois University's online magazine, EIU 360; click here to see a video about here and read more about her WCIA experience!
Sam Jones - Ashmore, IL
"I support WEIU because I know that at any time, day or night we can tune in and we can count on good, quality entertainment and good wholesome programming made available to us. WEIU is what I consider to be a family friendly television station because I know that if my children or grandchildren are visiting and they enter the room where I'm watching TV, I don't have to worry about anything inappropriate being on my TV screen. I know that I can trust WEIU and I love that!"
WEIU membership is important to Sam, and you can also be a proud member! Also, send us a message and let us know what WEIU means to you!
Jessie Meyer - Wood Dale, IL
"My organization is a music service fraternity, so of course we want to support music. That organization, Kappa Kappa Psi, holds a membership here with Hit-Mix."
WEIU membership is important to Jessie, and you can also be a proud member! Also, send us a message and let us know what WEIU means to you!
Rob Calhoun - Radio Production Supervisor
When Did You Start at WEIU? September 2004 (part-time); October 2006 (full-time)
What Does WEIU Mean to You? WEIU is unique because it offers a variety of things that are different from other stations. We have great local programming that features people in our community. I think community involvement is very important. Our commitment to the local programming is vital to our continued success.
Favorite Show on WEIU-TV: EIU Panther sports broadcasts. Is it wrong to say that since I am on the EIU women's basketball broadcasts? I also enjoy News Watch.
What have you learned while working at WEIU? That we have some of the greatest and hardest working students around. Their dedication to the station astounds me every day I come to work. They are very passionate about what they do and it shows in their work.
Why should someone become a member of WEIU? It is very important to support your local station. With state and federal funding being cut, it becomes more difficult to provide programming. With the help of our members, we can continue to grow and give them great, family-friendly choices.
Is WEIU as important to you as it is to Rob? Become a member today! Also, send us a message and let us know what WEIU means to you!
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-- Nancy, Sigel
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Tiffany Macke - Our Story Bonus Feature
Tiffany Macke, from 100 Women Who Care in Marshall, talks about the success and pride their members feel when giving back to the community.
Tiffany would love for you to tune in to Effingham: This is Our Story on Thursday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. We hope you'll join us!
Susan Maurer - Our Story Bonus Feature
Susan Maurer from Cloverfield Market in Marshall talks about why she and her family chose to stay in Marshall.
Susan would love for you to tune in to Effingham: This is Our Story on Thursday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. We hope you'll join us!