UMES 30 is a half-hour locally produced talk show covering a variety of topics featuring guests from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, the local community, and from around the country.


Chances are, you've heard of a number of historical African-American figures--especially during Black History Month. But have you heard of Annie Malone, the first African-American woman to become a millionaire in the United States? UMES 30 host Dr. Joshua K. Wright has a conversation with Linda Nance and Linda Jones, President and Vice President of the Annie Malone Historical Society. (ORIGINAL AIR DATE: 2/3/2019)


How well do you take care of yourself? Poor diet, lack of sleep, and lack of excercise can cause physical and  emotional harm, and can even lead to depression.

Show host Dr. Johua K. Wright explores the topic of self care with Rev. Danielle Graham, a chaplain at the Penn Medicine Princeton Medical Center in New Jersey.

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Religion, faith, and spirituality have always been at the core of American society.  

In 2017, a poll suggested that 69 percent of Americans thought that a belief in God was important to being an American. However, there are varying viewpoints on the role of church and religion--specifically Christianity--in their lives.

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Known as the "Credit Guru of Atlanta", James Hunt has been helping high-profile clients clean up their credit scores. 

On this episode of UMES 30, he speaks with host Dr. Joshua K. Wright about how you can build up your credit in the new year. 


On this episode of UMES 30, show host Dr. Joshua K. Wright speaks with a diverse group of UMES students about their travels abroad and what it means to be a global citizen in today's world. This episode's special guest is Dr. Lombuso Khoza. She oversees International Education and is the Interim Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. ORIGINAL AIR DATE: 1/6/2019