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Your Weekly Constitutional

By Stewart Harris

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We are a radio show about interesting and controversial issues in constitutional law produced in partnership with the Home of the Constitution, James Madison's Montpelier. We broadcast each Sunday at 3:00 PM on WETS-FM, the NPR affiliate in Johnson City, Tennessee and at 7:00 PM on WVTF's RADIO IQ Network throughout Central and Southwest Virginia. Our website is You can also follow us on Twitter:!/YourWeekly. And, of course, we have a Facebook page: Thanks for listening.

Customer Reviews

Terrific Program

To have this on my local NPR station is something that truly makes me proud. The host is insightful, witty, and was born to have some sort of forum to showcase his radio voice. In a time when Constitutional knowledge is something people take pride on whether they are actually educated or not , this show has become NECESSARY. It is for all ideologies of the political spectrum and is has a host who walks in the middle, fair ground.

Great topics, Great guests

This show is a jewel. I was surprised to find it on the schedule of my local radio station and loved the in-depth but totally unpretentious style of the interview. Very accessible and interesting.


Professor Harris’s knowledge on the history and context of the Constitution seems endless. I took a class from him at Montpelier and couldn’t have learned more. He is considerate regarding others’ views and respectfully plays devil’s advocate when necessary. If you want to learn about the Constitution and not feel as though you’re listening to paint dry, you need to listen to this podcast.

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