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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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"Now, Appalachia"

Eliot Parker

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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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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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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 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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From mysterious disappearances in the Great Smoky Mountains to decades-old murders, Appalachian Unsolved investigates East Tennessee's infamous cold cases. This is Appalachian Unsolved - The Podcast.
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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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This week, a pair of former miners found love shoveling coal and shaped a life making wooden spoons. We learn about treenware. Also, NASCAR Hall of Famer Leonard Wood shares stories, and a bit of advice. And, group bike rides are a way to socialize and get outside. But here in Appalachia, newcomers are met with steep hills. In This Episode: Two For…
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Today we tell a story with echoes of the Wild West…along with a twist! We unravel the mysterious life of Jack Vermillion of Mendota, Virginia, a man who many say once walked the dusty streets of Tombstone, Arizona, alongside the legendary Earp brothers. Join hosts Steve Gilly and Rod Mullins as they journey through the tangled tales of a figure man…
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Sorry for missing last week...we had a few technical (and timing) difficulties...but, like BBN (and poltergeist) - WE'RE BACK!! In this episode, Neil and Will throw it back to their favorite Appalachian Food episode of all time, with the "King of Country Ham" - Allan Benton! We also discuss the Appalachian Appetizer Final Four and who was crowned t…
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The Fire of the Mountain comes to speak before the Rock. CW: Discussion of the death of a spouse, racism, hate crimes; courtroom 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 Marigold Underwood: Stephanie Hickling Beckman The voice o…
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In this special live recording of Read Appalachia, host Kendra Winchester talks to Ron Rash and Ann Pancake. A special thanks to Jeremy B. Jones and Western Carolina University for hosting us at the 22nd Spring Literary Festival. Books Mentioned Above the Waterfall by Ron Rash The Risen by Ron Rash Strange As This Weather Has Been by Ann Pancake Th…
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On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author John Copenhaver about his latest novel HALL OF MIRRORS. won the 2019 Macavity Award for Best First Mystery for Dodging and Burning and the 2021 Lambda Literary Award for Best Mystery for The Savage Kind. He is a co-founder of Queer Crime Writers and an at-large board member of Myster…
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Meat chickens, broilers, Cornish cross, etc. There’s many names out there for these birds, but how can you ensure you’re getting them to the finish line (aka the dinner table). Brooders are discussed heavily this week, along with general prep for chick arrival. Now, chicks are about to be shipped your way - are you ready for them? From Cody at Winn…
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The first week has been unexpected, exciting, and even a little scary. I’m now 80 miles into the hike and just starting to feel that I’m finding my way. John has returned home, as originally planned, and the tenor of the hike has shifted as I’m on my own. I’ve been overwhelmed by the beauty of this hike, I’ve been surprised by the difficulty, and I…
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This week, a pair of former miners found love shoveling coal and shaped a life making wooden spoons. We learn about treenware. Also, NASCAR Hall of Famer Leonard Wood shares stories, and a bit of advice. And, group bike rides are a way to socialize and get outside. But here in Appalachia, newcomers are met with steep hills.…
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The first three days of my South West Coast Path hike are in the books. Unfortunately, my notes weren’t in the books! I somehow lost them, so this first podcast is a little thin on detail, though full of my heart. I hope you enjoy it. I’m using my hike in the UK on the South West Coast Path to help raise money for my absolute favorite charity, Pare…
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We're back with our friend Stuart Angel for another show where we dive into the craziest news events of the last few months and how they tie into a bigger plan. We revisited the Key Bridge incident, Disney, agendas, the rap game, and much more. This was a fun show so you'll enjoy it! http://www.patreon.com/getontap https://www.appalachianpodcast.or…
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We’ve talked about several animals that you can find on a farm, ranch, or homestead. But this is a new one! Bison! This week, we got a visit from Liz Riffle of Riffle Farms and dove into their story on getting started with bison. Fencing, delicious meat, and rejuvenating land with one of America’s most iconic animals. You’re going to want to hear t…
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Spring wildflowers are in bloom, and some of the most common species play an important role in herbal medicine. This week, we learn about some of the ways people use violets. What’s your favorite style of egg roll? An acclaimed, out-of-the-way restaurant in Pounding Mill, Virginia bends culinary genres and uses an unexpected ingredient. And, more a…
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What secrets does a 19th century burial ground hold, when the stones have no words or dates, and family folklore says they belonged to enslaved people? In this episode, I'm joined by William Isom II of Black in Appalachia, my co-researcher on this burial ground project for the past ten years. For almost two centuries, gravestones with no inscriptio…
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Spring wildflowers are in bloom, and some of the most common species play an important role in herbal medicine. This week, we learn about some of the ways people use violets. What’s your favorite style of egg roll? An acclaimed, out-of-the-way restaurant in Pounding Mill, Virginia bends culinary genres and uses an unexpected ingredient. And, more a…
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In the heart of Appalachia, a legend looms as large as the mountains themselves. Today, we tell the story of John Wesley Wright. Born in the Elkhorn Valley of Kentucky, John Wright's life was a mix of adventure, violence, and survival. From his early days as a Confederate soldier making a daring escape from Union forces, Wright's exploits during th…
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Today’s guest has recently completed a truly epic journey. Briana DeSanctis set out to hike the American Discovery Trail in January 2022. 6,800 miles later, having taken in all the seasons–twice–Briana finished her personal odyssey in February this year, becoming the first solo woman to do so. Having thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail almost a decade…
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In this show we were once again joined by Emmette Bird, and this time he brought his sone Ryan who is an Afghanistan Veteran. We discussed our trip to Iraq in 2003, and how things have gone in the 20 years (as of this week) since we've returned. We talked about our perseverance and how we survived something we were never meant to survive. We also d…
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This week, we go over some hard lessons we have learned and give some glimpses of the not so glorious side of farming. Easter Legs of Lamb Check out the Appalachian Huntsmen Seasonings discussed during the show. You can purchase from his Etsy store. From Cody at Winnow Glen Farm and Tyler at Pike Mountain Farm. Find us on Instagram at Appalachian_F…
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This week on Inside Appalachia, we’re talking about traditional ballads - how they tell stories and connect us to the past. These old tunes can mean so much. They can tap into difficult emotions and give feelings space to be heard. Some songs may even be too uncomfortable to sing. In this special episode with guest co-host, ballad singer Saro Lynch…
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This week on Inside Appalachia, we’re talking about traditional ballads -- how they tell stories and connect us to the past. These old tunes can mean so much. They can tap into difficult emotions and give feelings space to be heard. Some songs may even be too uncomfortable to sing. In this special episode with guest co-host, ballad singer Saro Lync…
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Today we venture into the untamed wilderness of the late 18th-century Appalachian frontier, along the Ohio River. In this episode of Stories of Appalachia, Steve and Rod unearth the life and lore of Lewis Wetzel, a man whose name is etched in the annals of history as a fearless pioneer, frontiersman, and Indian fighter. Join us on a journey through…
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In this special edition of Poetry Corner, host Kendra Winchester is joined in conversation with poets Willie Edward Taylor Carver Jr., Rahul Mehta, and Doug Van Gundy. A special thanks to the librarians at Western Carolina University for helping arrange this recording. Books Mentioned Gay Poems for Read States by Willie Edward Taylor Carver Jr. Fee…
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In this episode Neil and Will throwback to a previous "food" episode with Melissa Booth Hall of the Southern Foodways Alliance (SFA). First though, they spend some time breaking down the Sweet Sixteen of Appalachian Appetizers! The Final Four has been set, take a listen to find out what has made the list. The guys also talk about how food is a unit…
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Blood is shed as the sun sets. CW: Gore, monster, death by monster, court proceedings, sudden and loud supernatural voices. 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 D.L. Walker: Cam Collins The voice of Rachel Harlow: Sarah Doreen MacPh…
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