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7:00 pm
Thu March 1, 2012

Morning Edition: Abundance

On Friday, March 2nd at 8:50 a.m.

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10:00 am
Wed February 29, 2012

Volunteer with WNCW

WNCW's Spring Pledge Drive is coming up.  If you are interested in volunteering by answering phones, please contact Scotty Robertson at scotty@wncw.org.  Click here for more details.

Support
9:30 am
Wed February 29, 2012

WNCW 88.7 begins membership drive this weekend

SPINDALE (Feb. 29, 2012) - WNCW 88.7 will begin its spring membership drive this weekend.

The public radio station, a broadcast service of Isothermal Community College, will offer a wide variety of premiums this year to new and existing members who pledge their support when the drive begins Saturday evening, March 3, during “Saturday Night House Party” at 7pm. The drive will conclude on Saturday, March 10, at the end of the popular weekly bluegrass showcase, “Goin’ Across the Mountain.”

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Programming
4:47 pm
Tue February 28, 2012

Morning Edition: 99% vs. 1%

"Winner Take All Politics: How Washington Made the Rich Richer and Turned its Back on the Middle Class", by Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson, professors of Political Science at Yale and Berkeley, respectively. Is there really a 99 percent versus the top 1 percent, economically in this country. Hacker and Pierson take a look at the history of the current economic situation in a book that was written in 2010, before the Occupy Wall Street Movement. But, since the Occupy movement, this book is on the top-seller list and is a real eye opener.

Programming
8:40 am
Mon February 27, 2012

Morning Edition: Private Violence

 On Monday, Feb. 27th Morning Edition features "Private Violence: The Movement Against Battering in America", a documentary by victim advocate and film producer Kit Gruelle, which will premiere at Wilkes Community College on Tuesday, Feb. 28th at 11 a.m. in Thompson Hall. Gruelle is a trainer for hostage negotiators, and her own story of domestic abuse is nearly as compelling as her documentary and her website at www.PrivateViolence.com.

Tune in for a conversation about a new way to look at the fight against domestic violence.

Programming
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.

Click here to see more Studio B Videos.

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.

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