Each half-hour episode of Let’s Polka! is full of bona fide polka fun hosted by local polka impresario Bill Flynn. Tap your toes to the polka beat or dance along in your living room with our live studio audience. Plus, you’ll get to know the music and musicians, as each episode contains an interview with Bill Flynn and the leader of the band!
Come dance in the WSKG Studios for a taping of Let’s Polka!. During a standard taping, we record three episodes. Therefore, we ask attendees to bring your dancing shoes (or for the wallflowers among us, just enjoy some good music and great company) and three changes of clothing. And be ready to polka!
If you would like to be part of the studio audience or if you want to be one of our dancers, please RSVP via email to or call 607.729.0100.
Let’s Polka! is filmed at the WSKG Studios at 601 Gates Road in Vestal, NY.
President’s budget eliminates public media fundingMarch 16, 2017
From President & CEO Greg CatlinMarch 16, 2017
World channel returns to WSKG line-upMarch 9, 2017
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About the Host
Bill Flynn has worked in broadcasting since his college years at Wilkes-Barre University in Wilkes-Barre, PA. His career started at his hometown radio station, WCDL, in Carbondale, PA. His career has been rather unusual – Bill has touched the entire spectrum of broadcasting, working in every department.
Bill’s broadcasting style and philosophy are old school. Visiting every sponsor and learning about their products before he opens the microphone, Bill strives for sincerity, intelligence and deliberateness in his delivery. Most of his clients are small business owners. Bill is also known for his public speaking, appearances and MC work; he broadcasts at over 40 venues each year. He even MCd for former President Ronald Reagan’s appearance in the Binghamton area! In addition, Bill took a 25-minute radio polka show that began in 1968 to over 120 countries via the 247 PolkaHeaven network.
Bill received a Southern Tier Broadcaster’s Association “Living Legend” Award and was inducted into their Hall of Fame.