Not only is Lillian Stone a big fan of KSMU, so is her dog Turtle.
“He has a really laid back little personality and I think that’s why he is so into the classical music programing,” says Stone.
The Boston Terrier’s snorts and grunts are signs of affection for KSMU’s music, according to Stone.
“He likes to ride in the car and let the air conditioner blow in his face and listen to classical music—it’s like his favorite thing,” Stone says with a laugh.
She was first introduced to Ozarks Public Radio around age eight. Stone’s grandma would always have the station on while Stone was riding in her car. The experience has stuck with her through the years.
“Now I listen to it at work or home; mainly when I am cooking or hanging out with my dog.”