WNCW-FM Podcasts

Podcasts of visiting artists and local news stories.

South Carolina Congressman from the 4th District, Trey Gowdy, is stepping away from his seat in Washington, which means there is presently a hotly contested race going on with a large amount of candidates at the moment.  Kirk Brown of the USA Today Network, Newspapers- The Greenville News and The Anderson Mail, has been following this developing story and shared his thoughts during this "More to the Story' from May 16, 2018.

Friday Feature: The Blue Ridge Conservancy

19 hours ago

This Friday Feature Interview of the Week spotlights The Blue Ridge Conservancy, headquartered in Boone.  Just what is the conservancy and how are they helping take care of some of the high country's best natural resources?  Representing the group and a part of this interview from May 11, 2018 are Eric Hiegel and Nikki Robinson.

Posted by Host and Producer of The Friday Feature - Paul Foster, WNCW Senior Producer and News Direcort

More to the Story- WNC Entertainment-Music News

May 10, 2018

Why not have a reporter guest on More to the Story that gives the side of GOOD news that involves the kind of musicians we dig at WNCW?   That's exactly what we did when Smoky Mountain News - Arts and Entertainment Reporter, Garret Woodward joined us on May 9, 2018. His passion of all types of music has led him to chasing down musicians performing both near and far.  Garret talks about his experiences with the likes of Rodney Crowell, Sierra Hull, and others. 

Image of horse jumping in a race
Vicki Dameron

  Polk County Commissioners recently took a 4-1 vote in regards to modifying and extending development between the county and the Tryon Equestrian Center, which will host the World FEI Games, a popular international event, in September.  Jake Johnson, Chairman of the Polk County Board of Commissioners, was interviewed to explain the details of their decisions.  Something he wanted the residents of Polk County to have an understanding about.  Original air date was May 4, 2018.

 

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