The Brown County Radio Hour on WFHB
The Brown County Radio Hour on WFHB
BCH Episode 125 - August 2022
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Welcome to Episode 125! Thanks to summer vacations, we are going to replay some “best of” pieces out of the archive. You’ll hear songs from old friends and stories that come straight from the heart. Thanks for tuning in, and we’ll see you “live” in September!

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Our show includes:

    • Dave Gore and Robby Bowden sing the Slats Klug song “A Good Way To Die”.
    • Poet Chris Curtain shares his piece “The New Bridge”.
    • Bob Lucas plays the song “John Hardy” on gourd banjo.
    • Kaylee Witt interviews Geoff Keller about the frogs of Brown County.
    • Poet Gunther Flum talks about Flag Day.
    • From 2010, a skit about the septic laws, “Urine is Healthy”.
    • Jim Eagleman’s Nature News recalls favorite bumper stickers.
    • The band Slip Me Five sings “Hit That Jive Jack”
    • Poet Nancy Chen Long reads her poem “How She Discovered Sex”.
    • Rick Fettig offers “How to Celebrate in Brown County”.
    • Barry Elkins and Kenan Rainwater perform the John Prine song “Sam Stone”, from our 2019 show about the opiate epidemic.
    • Poet Keith Kelly shares “What Shall I Do This Summer”.
    • Dave Seastrom tells us about the love of the forest.
    • Jeff Tryon reinforces the importance of local music.
    • Chuck Wills recalls a frozen pond pump.
    • Hank Swain tells about The Death of Sliver Milo, a story from 1939.

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Pam Raider, Vera Grubbs, Sarah Lyttle Chuck Wills, Jim Lemon, and Rick Fettig.

First aired Sunday, August 7th, 2022 at 9 AM on WFHB

Engineering & post-production by Chuck Wills 

Theme music by Slats Klug & Friends.

Our cover photo courtesy of Chuck Wills

 

This episode is sponsored by The Brown County Inn and Our Brown County Magazine

Brown County Inn
Our Brown County Magazine

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