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Franklin County Varsity Sports Report
The Money Doctor
The Singing Wilderness & Eco Beat Hour
||FRANKLIN COUNTY VARSITY SPORTS REPORT
Hosted by Bobby C.
Bobby C. provides you with the inside scoop on all the teams from Greenfield High School, Turners Falls High School, Pioneer Valley Regional School, Frontier Regional School, Mohawk Trail Regional High School, & Franklin County Technical School.
June 11, 2018
June 4, 2018
May 28, 2018
May 21, 2018
May 7, 2018
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|THE MONEY DOCTOR
Hosted by Frances Rahaim, Ph. D.
An upbeat, positive, feel-good show not just about debt, but about local business people and individuals who have something to offer by way of their personal stories, and who are generous enough to share that on the air.
Guest, Author Vincent Interlande
A Phoenix from the Ashes
On Location at the JEHH Foundation 5K Race
"All That Endures"
Guest, Wilson Roberts, Author
A Visit to Gary's Coins & Antiques
Guest, Gary Konvelski
The Lore of the Irish, Part 2
Guest, Harpist, Songstress, & Composer Rosemary (Rosie) Caine
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||THE SINGING WILDERNESS & ECO BEAT HOUR
Hosted by Beth Adams
This show features live interviews with event organizers, authors, and advocates promoting cleaner, greener, and healthier energy for future generations.
April 12, 2018---Guests, Michael Kellett & Joan Maloof
These two prominent forest preservationists, of RESTORE: The North Woods & Old Growth Forest Network, respectively, speak about their work & our work to set aside forests for climate, ecosystem, & biodiversity protection.
April 5, 2018---Guests, Grady McGonagill & Arnie Epstein
The executive director of Elders Climate Action (ECA) and the Stow (MA) Energy Manager speak about their involvement in, & the mission and goals of, ECA.
January 18, 2018---Guest, Tom Porter
A Mohawk Bear Clan spiritual leader, author, educator, and founder of the Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community in Fonda, New York, offers a recitation of "The Words that Come Before All Else" (in the Mohawk language & then in English).
January 18, 2018---Guest, Kay Olan (Ionataie:was)
A Mohawk educator and storyteller, and active volunteer organizer at Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community in Fonda, New York, a highlight of which is the summer Mohawk Language Immersion Program, speaks about the origins and vital significance of "The Words that Come Before All Else".
December 14, 2017---Guest, Rolf Cachat-Schilling
A Nipmuk and Mohawk descendant, and resident of Shutesbury, who works in translation science editing, along with Native American ethnography and archaeology, shares his knowledge about the topic of "Earth, Land, and Well Being: A Local Indigenous Perspective".
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