Wild Card

Wednesdays 6:00-7:00pm

Rotating offering of radio documentaries and talk shows including Story Corps, LiveWire and Alternative Radio.

Lisa Jae

Listen to the P-Town Players take on "Come to the Bank", an episode of the classic radio theater series "Lights Out". "Come to the Bank" is both a story about the lengths one woman will go to for what she believes in    and an examination of infatuation and female hysteria in the 1950's. 

Salvador Dali

North Fork Storytellers: Roots

Feb 2, 2018
Jerry N Uelsmann

Jadina Lilian

Visual artist Jadina Lilien and activist, writer and radio host Tiokasin Ghosthorse were in Paonia recently for several events to celebrate the publication of their book "Butterfly Against the Wind."  The book includes Lilian's artwork and Ghosthorse's accompanying narrative.   Ali Lightfoot spoke with them about their collaboration.

For our spring edition of the show – we chose the theme The Birds and the Bees.   True stories about birds, bees, spring, nature, sex, coming of age, first love, birth, rebirth are shared in one of the most intimate of storytelling events to date.   Part 2 includes stories from Alex Carr Johnson, Gary Hall, Julia Bowman, Jake Ryan and Lindi Mereness.

In part 2 of the North Fork Storytellers,  Angus Stocking,  Celia Roberts, Brian Calvert and Dakin Henderson share stories about being on the road.

In part one of the North Fork Storytellers - Eric Goold, Kindra McQuillan, Sam Brown, Sarah Tory and Amber McDaniel share stories about being on the road.

radio, Philco
Laura Palmisano

Marty Durlin, Matthew Harris, Ali Lightfoot and Don Foster perform the radio play "Paradise" by Paonia writer, Elizabeth Aley.  The performance is  followed by an interview with the playwright.

EDITOR'S NOTE:  At the annual meeting on October 9th, a member made a motion to stop pursing this endeavor.  The motion passed, so there will be no changes to KVNF frequency or power.