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6:00 pm
Sun February 26, 2012

Tune in for Local Color, Sundays 7-9pm

This Sunday on Local Color, we resume our "Local Color Live at Landslide Sessions," courtesy of Landslide Studio in Asheville, NC. This week's guest is Asheville Baroque-folk outfit River Whyless (formerly Do It To Julia), in preparation of their forthcoming CD release show at the Grey Eagle, Friday, March 3.

Our "Album Spotlight" this week is "Into the Missionfield," From Asheville band Drunken Prayer

Programming
12:00 am
Sun February 26, 2012

Darrell Scott SOMEDAY

Darrell Scott in Studio B on February 26, 2012.

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Programming
2:23 pm
Thu February 23, 2012

Friday, February 24th, 1-2pm: Guest DJ MOLLY KUMMERLE

Molly Kummerle & Paper Tiger
(Ben Mason Photography)

The vocalist for Paper Tiger, Molly Kummerle has also taken part in numerous Asheville-based music enterprises.  She's bringing some Motown, trip-hop, jazz, & more to spin with Joe. 

Programming
1:00 pm
Thu February 23, 2012

Morning Edition: American Heart Month

Friday, February 24th, it's American Heart Month, and Pam Bunch will speak with Melinda Postal of the Carolinas Center for Medical Excellence about the Million Hearts Campaign.

Programming
6:00 pm
Tue February 21, 2012

Morning Edition: Children's Equestrian Ministry

On Wednesday, February 22nd, a conversation with Lee Cathcart about his efforts to reach children before they become too connected to technology, and get them outside where they can learn about the old ways of gardening and a good work ethic. Cathcart's Children's Equestrian Ministry is willing to travel anywhere to talk to groups and organizations about sustainable gardening and about making sure that the old ways don't get lost.

WNCW
12:58 pm
Tue February 21, 2012

Mardi Gras 2012

Happy Mardi Gras from WNCW!

Programming
6:00 pm
Sun February 19, 2012

Morning Edition: The Growing Sustainable Agriculture Movement

On Monday, February 20th and Wednesday, February 22nd, two different stories about the growing sustainable agriculture movment in Rutherford County, NC.
 
On Monday, a conversation with Rich Davis of Plateful, CSA, a group of five farms that offer shares of their farms in exchange for fresh produce and meats weekly.
 

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Programming
12:00 pm
Thu February 16, 2012

Morning Edition Friday, February 17th: "The Olympian: An American Triumph"

On Friday, Feb. 17th, an interview with the author of "The Olympian: An American Triumph".   Craig Williams tells the unique story of the first African-American Olympic Gold Medalist back in 1908 in the London summer games.

With the Olympic summer games once again to be held in London this summer and during Black History Month, this unusual story of a time between the emancipation of the slaves and the era of Jim Crow laws is particularly timely.

Programming
12:00 pm
Tue February 14, 2012

Morning Edition Wednesday, February 15th: Jennifer Pharr Davis Hiking the Appalachian Trail

Jennifer Pharr Davis, an Asheville resident, broke the overall record for the shortest time taken to hike the entire Appalachian Trail from end to end in the summer of 2011. Before that, she had hiked the entire trail two previous times: The first on her own, chronicled in her book "Becomming Odyssa," the second and third times with her husband, Drew Davis, an Asheville teacher who wrote his own book about his supporting role in breaking the record.

Learn more about Jennifer Pharr Davis and Blue Ridge Hiking Co.

Programming
6:00 pm
Sun February 12, 2012

Morning Edition: Special Feature for Monday, February 13th

"Barnheart", by Jenna Woginrich. WNCW reporter Stina Sieg interviews the author about her move from the urban environment to her quest for a place to become a homesteader, farmer, and a young woman who is self-sufficient. This is the laugh-out-loud funny and poignant memoir of her struggles and her triumphs at Cold Antler Farm in upstate New York.

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