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Welcome to "Stories of Appalachia," the podcast where hosts Steve Gilly and Rod Mullins have been unraveling the captivating history and folklore of the Appalachian region since 2015. Join them as they guide you through mist-covered mountains and winding rivers, exploring the stories that define the heart and soul of Appalachia.
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Kevin Edwards hosts Appalachian Artists Live, a live in studio show featuring local artists performing original music, covers and interviews. Kevin has been following and promoting local artists for over 5 years throughout the Tri-Cities.
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A Podcast dedicated to culture and interest within the Appalachian Region. We focus on racing, music, food, liquor, coal country, and more. From the biggest names in racing, to Grammy winning artists, TV personalities, and phenomenal Appalachian stories...we've got it all.
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Appalachian Farmcast

Appalachian Farmcast

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A weekly conversation podcast with three farmers in the heart of Appalachia. Featuring updates and hard lessons from each farm. Plus topics including rotational grazing of cattle, sheep, and pigs, pastured chickens and turkeys for meat and chickens for eggs, sustainable and regenerative practices, direct marketing and current events related to farming and our food system.
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Appalachia Meets World

Appalachia Meets World

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Will and Neil are two brothers born and raised in the coal fields of central Appalachia. A podcast about place and perspective, they talk about life in Appalachia and venture outside the region to better understand the negative perceptions of Appalachia and find out how their culture truly compares to the rest of the World.
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Appalachian Mysteria

Jam Street Media

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Welcome to Appalachian Mysteria, a true-crime podcast series focused on crimes committed in the hills and hollers of Appalachia. Hosted by Kendall Parkinson and Sarah James McLaughlin. Check out past seasons: Mared and Karen WVU Coed Murders, Big Savage The Death Of Alexander Stevens, Outlandish, and our new season dedicated to stories brought to us by our listeners.
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Learn about the true Appalachian, mysteries, legends, murder & history as well as those stories outside Appalachia as viewed by a true Appalachian. I’m Larry Bentley and I was born and raised in the Appalachian mountains of southwest Virginia. I want to take you on a fantastic journey through the Appalachian mountains and beyond. We’re going to explore everything from murder, native folklore and legend to true stories of hardship as seen through the watery eyes of an old Appalachian. Come jo ...
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Voices from Appalachia, hosted by Scott Sykes, features oral histories from the Appalachian Oral History Project Collection. The collection was developed over several years beginning in 1973, and sought to gather stories of lived experiences in the region of southwest Virginia. Scott also speaks with community members and students about what can we learn and know about life in the region, as we listen to Voices from Appalachia.
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Welcome to Now Appalachia Radio with host and thriller author Eliot Parker. The show will profile Appalachian writers and creative people. Proud to be part of the August on the Air Global Radio Network. Authors on the Air Global Radio Network is an international digital media corporation comprised of radio talk shows, podcasts, book reviews and anthology publishing with 3 million listeners in 40 countries and over one million social media friends. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spo ...
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Talking Appalachian is a podcast about the Appalachian Mountain region's diverse linguistic landscape (otherwise known as the "voiceplace") and other aspects of its culture, hosted by Dr. Amy Clark: linguaphile, maker, wanderer, and founding Director of the Center for Appalachian Studies at the University of Virginia's College at Wise. The podcast is based on her 2013 co-edited book Talking Appalachian: Voice, Identity, and Community. Her writing on Appalachia has appeared in the New York Ti ...
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Obscure Appalachia

Candis Casper

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Hey, y'all. Pull up a chair and listen to paranormal stories from the Appalachian mountains. I'll tell you all about haints, cryptids, ghosts, hauntings, unexplained phenomena, and everything mysterious Appalachia has to offer.
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An overweight, 61-year-old retiree, with zero hiking experience, decided to hike the entire 2,185.3 mile length of the Appalachian Trail in 2014. What could possibly go wrong? As his brother, Mike, commented, "It's a bit like taking up boxing and fighting Mike Tyson in your first bout." Join Steve and his guests as they discuss all aspects of the trail, from gear to Lyme Disease, then back to trail magic and injury.
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In the mountains of central Appalachia, blood runs as deep as these hollers and just as dark. Since before our kind knew these hills, hearts of unknowable hunger and madness have slumbered beneath them. These are the darkest mountains in the world. How dare we think we can break the skin of a god and dig out its heart without bringing forth blood and darkness? Old Gods of Appalachia is a horror-anthology podcast set in the shadows of an Alternate Appalachia, a place where digging too deep in ...
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Appalachian Music Tour

Local Exposure Magazine

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In-depth Interviews with the musicians and songwriters Local Exposure Magazine found while traveling around the Appalachian region while living out of 1995 Suburban with his English Pointer, Hutt. The purpose of this project, photographing and interviewing musicians, is to collect and assemble the chards and bones of what will become the artifacts of what Appalachian music was in the 2020s.
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The Appalachian Gurus podcast is an empowering educational platform and a diverse network hub. Our objective is to connect with creative souls and wellness practitioners who thrive on promoting wellness awareness, creative arts, sustainable designs, and who encourage living a mindful lifestyle in the Appalachian Mountains region. The podcast episodes will include/host: 1. Educational art, energy, design and spiritual topics 2. Wellness practices 3. Talented speakers, influencers and gifted h ...
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Appalachian Outdoorosity

Appalachian State University

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Appalachian State University is proud to present, Appalachian Outdoorosity, a podcast where you’ll hear stories that entertain, inspire and inform you about living an active outdoor lifestyle. Each episode features a story with the goal to get you outside and keep you going outside to improve your overall wellness.
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Living Appalachia is a show dedicated to exploring and answering your questions about all aspects of agrarian life. Appalachia is a place, a culture, a way of life and home to a diverse and select few. Farming and agriculture are at the heart of this rugged, rural land. The host, Brenden Blevins speaks with guests, LIVE in studio.
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Appalachian Broncos

Marc Hood and Nate Farlow

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Weekly podcast hosted by Frostburg State students Marc Hood and Nate Farlow consisting of updates on everything Denver Broncos such as injuries, roster moves, game breakdowns/previews and much more!
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Appalachia Wellness Center

Appalachia Wellness Center

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a revolving door of Appalachia-based 'youngs' that wanna 360º-windmill capitalism back into the volcanic dumpster where it was birthed. AWC PARTY PROGRAM: 1) no1 is immune to propaganda. we're here 2 help. 2) decommodify needs 3) radical subjectivity 4) ??? 5) abolish profit
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Outdoors Appalachia Style is a outdoor related podcast covering hunting and fishing related activities. This group of avid outdoorsmen and women will discuss outdoor related issues, products and have special guests from the outdoor industry as special guests on our show. Make sure to tune in and help us all work together to promote the great outdoors!
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Appalachian Words

Jennifer Heinmiller

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Welcome to Appalachian Words, the show about language and culture in Appalachia. I’m your host, Jennifer Heinmiller. I am co-author of the Dictionary of Southern Appalachian English, a historical dictionary that is over 1.3 million words long and covers everything from "ain’t never" to "zonies alive." If you’re curious about that one, subscribe and tune in. I welcome your questions, comments, stories, suggestions, and pumpkin bread. Contact me at appalachian.dictionary@gmail.com
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On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author Russell W. Johnson about his latest novel THE MOUNTAIN MYSTIC. Russell is a fiction writer and North Carolina attorney. His debut story, "Chung Ling Soo's Greatest Trick," was published by ​Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine in January 2015 and won the Edgar Award's Robert L. Fish Memoria…
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In the latest installment of our minisode series, Poetry Corner, Kendra Winchester is joined by Dorian Hairston. Books Mentioned Pretend the Ball Is Named Jim Crow: The Story of Josh Gibson by Dorian Hairston Love Child's Hotbed of Occasional Poetry: Poems & Artifacts by Nikki Finney Praisesong for the Kitchen Ghosts by Crystal Wilkinson The Big Sm…
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For nearly a century, the Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival has staged a formal dance. We visit the festival and learn about a manual that’s been passed down for generations. Also, abortion is illegal in most cases in Tennessee. A photographer spent a year following one mother who was denied an abortion. And we talk to Marshall University professor…
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In this episode of Stories of Appalachia, we tell the story of the prelude to the infamous Trail of Tears—the murder that inflamed Cherokee tensions and provided the legal framework for the tragic forced relocation of the tribe from the southeast to what’s now Oklahoma. Join Rod Mullins and Steve Gilly as they unravel the complex tale of Jack Walke…
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Readin, Rightin, Route 23!! THE COUNTRY MUSIC HIGHWAY! In this episode Neil and Will sit down with Kirsten Wilburn and Kristin Brown Norman of Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) to talk about the Country Music Highway - or Route 23! Kentucky's Country Music Highway has produced more stars per square mile than any stretch of roadway in the world.…
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Things are seldom as easy as they seem. CW: The feeling of being watched or stalked, mention of an older parent being injured, door knocking sounds. Written by Steve Shell and Cam Collins Narrated by Steve Shell Sound design by Steve Shell Produced and edited by Cam Collins and Steve Shell The voice of Lee Underwood: D.J. Rogers Intro music: “The L…
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We're back with our annual State of Appalachia episode where we were once again joined by Smokey the Appalachistani, to discuss all that is Appalachia. We were also joined by recurring co-hosts Chip Slate (Being Libertarian), Amos Denton, and Chris Montgomery to make it our biggest SoA yet. We discussed the current state of affairs for the Appalach…
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Jana Groda, Founder & Owner Of One Love Hemp Dispensary, Joins Amanda & Justin To Chat About The Trials & Tribulations Of Owning A Legal Hemp Dispensary In Kentucky. Learn More About One Love Hemp Dispensary Here: Website: https://onelovehempdispensary.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/onelovehempdispensary…
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For nearly a century, the Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival has staged a formal dance. We visit the festival and learn about a manual that’s been passed down for generations. Also, abortion is illegal in most cases in Tennessee. A photographer spent a year following one mother who was denied an abortion. And we talk to Marshall University professor…
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Sound Healing is an ancient modality of vibrational medicine, it focuses on the usage of different musical instruments, which allows the transformative power of sound frequencies to interact with the psychological and physiological state of being, it is also considered a non invasive holistic form of therapy. Caution: Patients with cardiac pacemake…
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What did you think of this episode? Early authors used "eye dialect," or a deliberate misspelling of words that doesn't change how they sound (like "tu" for "to" or "uv" for "of.") This literary practice, based on the authors' observations of what they heard people say, was to make their Appalachian characters seem foolish or uneducated. This use o…
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After Walter Curnutte’s murder, his sister Mabel takes on the case, recording interviews, writing letters to powerful officials, and hiring a private detective. The community’s war on Walter comes to light – from protests to arson to civil disobedience. We look back at the strange month preceding Walter’s death – including his hiring of Herb Willie…
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It’s been a busy week, but we’re back with updates for you. We’ve got stocked freezers, updates on the animal front, and trying to solve some last minute problems. Grab a cup of coffee and join us. From Cody at Winnow Glen Farm and Tyler at Pike Mountain Farm. Find us on Instagram at Appalachian_Farmcast Email us at appalachianfarmcast@gmail.com…
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This week, rock climbers with disabilities have found a home in Kentucky’s Red River Gorge, which offers some pumpy crags. Climbers have also been working to make West Virginia's New River Gorge more inclusive. And a master craftsman, who makes one of a kind whitewater paddles remembers some advice. You’ll hear these stories and more this week, Ins…
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This week, rock climbers with disabilities have found a home in Kentucky’s Red River Gorge, which offers some pumpy crags. Climbers have also been working to make West Virginia's New River Gorge more inclusive. And a master craftsman, who makes one of a kind whitewater paddles remembers some advice. You’ll hear these stories and more this week, Ins…
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The Appalachian Gurus Podcast presents Natalie Mangiaracina, the mind behind an empowering bundle of self-transformational practices, and the Founder of Medicine Magick. Natalie Mangiaracina is a highly sensitive person, an energy medicine practitioner, and a modern medicine woman. She had started her business Medicine Magick through her own strugg…
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In this episode of Stories of Appalachia, we tell the story of one of the most devastating natural disasters to strike southwest Virginia: the Rye Cove cyclone of 1929. A day that began like any other would end in tragedy as a powerful tornado tore across the community of Rye Cove, leaving death and destruction in its wake. Listen as Steve Gilly an…
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It's almost FESTIVAL SEASON in Appalachia!!! In this episode Will and (sans) Neil sit down with Pineville Schools. Through the Innovative Approaches to Literacy (IAL) Program Samantha North and Shannon Elliott applied for a grant through the Smithsonian Institute to allow a group of students to produce a documentary about the Kentucky Mountain Laur…
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After the Mysteria crew receives a concerned email from a professional working on sexual assault issues, we invite her on the show to critique Season 2, Big Savage. What follows is a discussion of Megan Shaffer’s poor defense, the biological response to trauma, how the absence of expert testimony may have worked against her, and some ways that lang…
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Blane Sage comes in the studio and performs some originals and some classic country covers by Roy Orbison & others. Blane is also a painter and he talks about his plans for the summer in Montana, & where he thinks he will be in 10yrs from now. If you love the sounds of old country music you will sure love Blane's original music that will remind you…
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What did you think of this episode? A Cherokee language revival is underway, thanks to the efforts of the Cherokee Nation and their communities in Oklahoma and western North Carolina. The story of Cherokee language history and the work to create Cherokee language schools and immersion communities are told in the award-winning documentary, We Will S…
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We’ve got updates on meat chickens, new cattle on the farm, and animals getting close to butcher dates. Tyler gives a math lesson. Kind of. Puns are in abundance this week and we capitalize on a break from the craziness of farm life. From Cody at Winnow Glen Farm and Tyler at Pike Mountain Farm. Find us on Instagram at Appalachian_Farmcast Email us…
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This week, a chef has created a hidden culinary hot spot in Asheville, North Carolina that’s attracting national attention for its eclectic menu and Filipino hospitality. Also, every thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail begins with a first step. Famed hiker Jennifer Pharr Davis shares hers. And the holy month of Ramadan ends with a feast. But war and…
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In southeast Pennsylvania sits a mansion with the rumored owners being Satan, a cult, an old money wealthy family or maybe even the KKK. But before you can even get to the mansion you make your way on to The Devil’s Road. Listen in as we discuss the creepy, disturbing and just plain weird phenomena of The Devil’s Road and the Cult House. Send us yo…
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This week, a chef has created a hidden culinary hot spot in Asheville, North Carolina that’s attracting national attention for its eclectic menu and Filipino hospitality. Also, every thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail (AT) begins with a first step. Famed hiker Jennifer Pharr Davis shares hers. And the holy month of Ramadan ends with a feast. But wa…
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The Appalachian Gurus Podcast presents Intro to Feng Shui Design and how to unlock the harmony of your space with Feng Shui Design using the Feng Shui Bagua Map. Feng Shui Design is the art of creating harmonious and balanced environments by arranging furniture, decor, plants and architectural elements in a way that optimizes the flow of energy, kn…
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Today we tell the remarkable story of James Smith, a frontiersman and longhunter whose fight for survival in the Appalachian wilderness in 1767 after a hunting expedition tested his knowledge, ingenuity and determination to live. Listen to our podcast on Spreaker, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Audible, or on your favorite podcast app, and consider suppo…
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In today's episode of the podcast, Kendra Winchester talks to photographers Raymond Thompson Jr and Julie Rae Powers. Books Mentioned Buy Deep Ruts Appalachian Ghost by Raymond Thompson Jr The Book of the Dead by Muriel Rukeyser The Hawk’s Nest Incident: America's Worst Industrial Disaster by Martin Cherniack The Hawk’s Nest Tunnel: An Unabridged H…
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In this inaugural (and monthly) Economic Recovery Corps (ERC) Fellow "Spin and Chat," Neil and Will sit down with Mick Thornton - a self described builder of things and current Fellow in San Juan County, Utah. In a previous episode (episode 139) Nathan Ohle, President and CEO of the International Economic Development Council, explained the purpose …
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