Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

  • 00:55

    A Man Without Words

    in Politics Progressive

    Susan Schaller, author of A Man Without Words, has worked for decades through public speaking, writing, the film and project, Vital-Signs, and advocacy, to raise awareness of the importance of language, equal access to language and how we all benefit by learning from each other, regardless of differences. She has finished retelling The Boy Who Cried Wolf and Hansel and Gretel for the multilingual ASL Tales.  She has been working on a play, Without Words, which was performed this last July, at the Appalachian Summer Festival in Boone, N. C.  She first met the south when she earned an Masters in Public Health in community education from UNC, Chapel Hill.  She currently lives in an intentional community in rural Appalachia working for community sustainability.

  • Business Talk - Katy Farber, Project Manager - APEC Aug 26, 2015 1:00 pm

    in Education

    Wednesday 1:00 August 26, 2015 pm.  BUSINESS TALK with Jason Winters and Patrick Dengel featuring Katy Farber who is the APEG Project Manager covering Highland, Ross, Adams, Pike, Scioto, Jackson, Vinton, Lawrence and Gallia counties. Before joining APEG, Katy was President of the Highland County Chamber of Commerce. In addition, she was the owner of a small business.Katy Farber will discuss Economic Development for the Manufacturing Communities in Appalachia Ohio.


    Kary Farber, Project Manager

    Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth, APEG

    35 Public Square, P.O. Box 456, Nelsonville, OH 45764

    (937) 763-6758



  • 01:59

    PNN - Sun Flowers

    in Politics Progressive

    PNN Voices in the Sun

    News Director Rick Spisak welcomes Political Commentator Brook Hines brings her latest Investigative Report.

    We welcome Political Activist and Physician Dr. Margaret Flowers who has been instrumental in Opposing the TPP agreements, she'll give us a status update on the TPP negotiations and the opposition. 

    Then we'll talk with Susan Glickman of the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy on the latest twist in the Solar Power Questoin in FL.

    We will also hear from Mari-Lynn Evans on the premiere of her new film, "Blood on the Mountain" a film about the impact of the Coal Industry in Appalachia

    TUNE IN Sunday 9/13/15 - 7pm - 9pm (Eastern)

  • 00:45

    President Obama Attacks Power Plant Emissions

    in Politics

    "They will claim this is a ‘war on coal’ to scare up votes, even as they ignore my plan to actually invest in revitalizing coal country and supporting health care and retirement for coal miners and their families and retraining those workers for better paying jobs and healthier jobs,Communities across America have been losing coal jobs for decades,” the president said. I want to work with Congress to help them, not to use them as a political football. Partisan press releases aren’t going to help those families.” President Obama

    "It's hard to draw any other conclusion than this: The people who will suffer the most from this rule are working and retired coal miners and their families, primarily in Appalachia. These hard-working miners have given their health, their limbs and far too often their lives to create the foundation of the America we live in today. We cannot solve global climate change on their backs. They deserve much better than the fate this rule has in store in them.United Mine Workers of America

    “After an initial review, it appears the Environmental Protection Agency has made some changes to the proposed Clean Power Plan rule; however, those limited changes still leave us with proposed regulations that are unreasonable, unrealistic and ultimately unattainable for our state. While those who employ our hardworking miners have urged us to refuse to submit a compliance plan, at this point West Virginia still has not determined whether it will submit any plan to the EPA.Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin

  • 02:23


    in Politics


    (This show is dedicated to the untimely transition of US blues artist, Bill 'Mr. Stress' Miller. Please visit: mrstress.net)

    TheAngryindian speaks on the hardcore, capital-murder MC chaos that has shaken the peace in Waco, Texas USA and how White America has dealt with this situation as opposed to how the full-force of the federal government (including the use of spy planes); über-militarised local law enforcement and the corporate mainstream media handled (and demonised) the civil outbursts that occurred in Ferguson, MO and Baltimore, MD in response to systemic and racist police brutality. EXTRA: TheAngryindian sits with Bob Kincaid of Head on Radio (headonradio.com) broadcasting from Appalachia Country where they discuss the Waco shooting at the Twin Peaks business establishment; American xenophobia and racialism and the poverty of the US media system.

    Your feedback as listeners is important. Please feel free to forward us your suggestions as to how Aboriginal & African communities can effectively, non-violently and intelligently respond to our respective issues. Your suggestions and audio responses will be raised on future dispatches.


    eMail + '4thworldradio@gmx.pt'

    SKYPE + 'aboriginalnewsgroup'

    VoIP + 'sip:apns@ekiga.net'

    Voicemail/G+Talk + 'aboriginalmediagroup'

    APNSPR + 'feeds.feedburner.com/aboriginalpressradio'

    Be sure to catch 4WR on:

    4th World Radyo [ aboriginalradio.wordpress.com ]

    Radio Free Kansas [ blogtalkradio.com/fightincockflyer ]

    Berkeley Liberation Radio [ berkeleyliberationradio.net ]

    The Crazy Old Man Network [ thecrazyoldmannetwork.wordpress.com ]


  • 01:02

    AMHRadio Chats with Trapper John Tice of Destination America's MOUNTAIN MONSTERS

    in Paranormal

    America's Most Haunted Radio, hosted by Eric Olsen and Haunted Housewife Theresa Argie, is delighted to talk with Trapper John Tice of MOUNTAIN MONSTERS tonight at 10pE!

    MOUNTAIN MONSTERS, Destination America's wildly popular cryptid adventure show, now in season 3, airing at 10/9c on Saturday nights, follows an expert team of native West Virginia hunters and trappers as they defend Appalachia from mysterious creatures that have spawned fear and defied capture for generations.

    This season they are zeroed in on Bigfoot, who goes by many names throughout the region including Wildman and Midnight Whistler, but they're all big, hairy, and scary. It's beards vs beasts as our grizzled team, the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS), led by Trapper John Tice, is out to "prove the existence of Bigfoot in Appalachia."

    The men of AIMS have spent their entire lives navigating the backcountry, surviving off the land, and practicing do-it-yourself resourcefulness. Putting a lifetime of training to the test, the AIMS team investigates, tracks, and attempts to trap evasive cryptids in an epic battle between man and monster.

    As Destination America's most successful series ever, MOUNTAIN MONSTERS is getting the chat-about-me treatment with the online Behind the Hunt aftershow. Trapper and the gang answer questions about the monsters, and talk terrifying moments on the hunt and what goes on when the cameras aren’t rolling.

  • 01:46

    The Great American Story with Bob Day - Inst# 1037 - 21Mar15

    in History

    "The Great American Story with Bob Day" 

    ... a Nationally Syndicated radio show unlike any other in Radio History which, is taking the "Radio-World" by storm!

    "When it comes to Telling Stories... "No One does it like Bob!"

    ...These are our stories told in a way you have never heard before.  Host Bob Day entertains and informs his audience with little known facts and long forgotten stories about the iconic people and events that make up The Great American Story.

      "The Great American Story with Bob Day" is Nationally Syndicated and, Broadcast LIVE every Saturday from Noon-2(pst) from am1410KMYC and Sundays from 8-10 pm (pst) then, re-cast to the world via "BlogTalk Radio". All episodes of "The Great American Story" are Archived at www.thegreatamericanstorywithbobday.com .

     “For affiliate information, contact RadioLinx Broadcast Marketing at 480-993-3150 or GreatAmericanStory@Radio-Linx.com”

    ENJOY the STORIES!!!

  • 01:00

    Bluegrass Monday

    in Current Events

    Join us for Bluegrass Monday -This new show highlights and features Bluegrass Music, Entertainers and Musicians from Nationwide and Regional and local acts.

    An American Original-Bluegrass or the peoples music has long been a style related to appalachia and the country settlements of old.

    We will have special interviews, with invited guests and music and family entertainment.

    Americana at its best-we call it Blue Monday-you can listen and enjoy!

  • 01:07

    Eva Westheimer - Center For Coalfield Justice

    in Environment

    Mountain Justice Spring Break 2015 will take place from March 7-14 at Natural Tunnel State Park in Southwestern Virgina. The hands-on event (register here) is where environmental justice issues collide with workshops, site visits, speaker panels, community service and movement building.

    Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Eva Westheimer, Community Organizer for the Center for Coalfield Justice, to the show on Tuesday Feb. 24 at 11 am Eastern time. We will discuss the upcoming Mountain Justice Spring Break. And Eva will give us an update on efforts to: stop Mountain Top Removal and other forms of extreme coal mining, raise awareness of these devastating practices and encourage clean energy and alternatives to surface mining.

    Click ont he following links for more information and contact information: Eva Westheimer Twitter & Facebook, Center for Coalfield Justice, Mountain Justice. Please follow @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter and check out Talkupy.net for archives and more.

  • 00:29

    SpokenHeard with Theresa Davis and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Theresa Davis is the mother of three and was a classroom teacher for over twenty years. She reclaimed her love for poetry eleven years ago after the loss of her father. Since then, she has been a member of the ArtsInterface,  Co-founder of Art Amok Slam Team, Women of the World Slam Champion (2011), poet in residence as the 2012 McEver Chair at Georgia Tech University, Emerging Artist Grant Recipient and co-producer of the staged poetry performance with Jon Goode “Wish You Were Here” at 7 Stages Theater. She was honored by the City of Atlanta, after winning “The Women of the World Poetry Slam” in 2011 with a proclamation, making May 22, Theresa Davis Day.


    In July 2012, Theresa released her Chapbook “Simon Says” poems about teaching and anti-bullying themes. This project, in partnership with the City of Atlanta’s Bureau of Cultural Affairs, is a call to action to bring about an end to bully culture in our children’s classrooms. In May 2013, Theresa released her first published collection of poems entitled “After This We Go Dark” with Sibling Rivalry Press. Theresa spent most of 2014 on tour With Shyla Hardwick on “The Huemyn Tour” as well as the opening performance poet for the band Rising Appalachia. And onDecember 19, she will share the stage with the band at the Fabulous Fox Theater.

  • 00:43

    A conversation with Dr. Laura Riley author of Tell Me of Brave Women

    in Lifestyle

    It's long been said that behind every great man is a strong woman. Now more than ever women are stepping out in front, unafraid to show their strength and what a powerful role we play in society far beyond the home to the polls and one day soon, the Oval Office.

    A mob of 28 people recently stoned a pregnant woman to death for marrying against her family’s wishes.  Hundreds of schoolgirls were kidnapped last month and were likely sent into slave trade.  A female student was gang raped inside a moving public bus. These horrific acts are not anomalies, but consistent with the ongoing mistreatment of women around this world.  What about  the mistreatment of women in the US?  Does  the media play-up American gender bias and down-play international gender brutality and subjugation?


    Tell Me of Brave Women Written by retired clinical psychologist, Laura Riley, this exciting contemporary novel shares the story of three dynamic women who stand up to old traditions and fight abuse in new ways. Samara, a famous storyteller, creates Secret Sisters, an underground society that shelters battered women in the Middle East.  She’s hunted for her beliefs and stalked for her beauty. Thelma, a tough waitress in Appalachia, witnesses a beating, gets a gun, and changes Samara’s destiny forever.  Evangelina, a South American teen, is forced to be a drug lord’s sex-slave until she’s emboldened to flee to Secret Sisters. To escape, she must use a killers own tactics against him. Through escalating dangers, the three heroic women battle abuse and wage their lives for liberty.



Join Host Live Chats