Program Episodes

WHY HARD CONVERSATIONS ARE IMPORTANT AND MAKING A STAND FOR HEALTHY SOIL

Before becoming Mayor of her hometown of Viroqua, Wisconsin in 2018, Karen Mischel spent 17 years in the Merchant Marines followed by her current occupation as an organic farm inspector. Mischel shares: - Lessons learned in communication from working on the ship; - The challenges of managing a rural community with new...

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Butter in a Lordly Dish (by Agatha Christie)

This week Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre returns to world of Agatha Christie in “Butter in a Lordly Dish,” airing this Friday on KKFI 90.1 FM. Sir Luke Enderby is a lawyer who became well known for prosecuting the serial killer Henry Garfield in the heavily publicized ‘Blondes on the...

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While I’m Living: Tanya Tucker & Warren Storm

Singer Tanya Tucker got her start as a very young singer in Nashville. At age 13, she had her first hit with “Delta Dawn.” Since then, she’s seen a lot of the world of Country Music but still kept her landmark sound. We’ll talk about her recent Grammy-nominated record...

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Cutting the Cut – The Slow Work of Ending Female Genital Mutilation

From 1951 to 2022, the task of ending this widespread harmful practice is perhaps only halfway done. Heroines of the struggle tell what they know. It's complicated, but efforts are converging. Today's speakers are Assitan Diallo and Stella Efua Graham [aka Efua Dorkenoo], 1980s campaigners; Naima Dido, activist, Tostan...

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