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  • Appalachia Health News tells the story of our health challenges and how we overcome them throughout the region. Reporter Kara Leigh Lofton covers topics such as women’s health, chronic disease and substance abuse.Her reports document the health-related innovation, improvement and success within the Appalachian region.Follow us on twitter at #AppalachiahealthAppalachia Health News is produced with support from  CAMC and Marshall Health.
  • From plainchant to polyphony, Baroque to the Boston Pops, our mid-days are a celebration of the incredible diversity that is classical music.
  • From the Greek, ekekltikos meaning to select, and topia meaning place, Eclectopia is the place for eclectic contemporary music in West Virginia. One kind listener remarked that host Jim Lange is "the mad scientist of cool music." Josh Gaffin, of WTSQ, remarked, "When I first moved here from New York, I was glad to know something this cool existed."New logo by Ian Bode.
  • Edible Mountain is a bite-sized, digital series from WVPB that showcases some of Appalachia’s overlooked and underappreciated products of the forest while highlighting their mostly forgotten uses.The series features experts, from botanists to conservationists, who provide insight on how to sustainably forage these delicacies. It also explores the preparation of these amazing delectables, something that many could achieve in the home kitchen.
  • The Inside Appalachia Folkways Project expands the reporting of the Inside Appalachia team to include more stories from West Virginia as well as expand coverage in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Ohio.
  • Inside Appalachia tells the stories of our people, and how they live today. Host Jessica Lilly leads us on an audio tour of our rich history, our food, our music and our culture.Watch Inside Appalachia videosView stories from the Folkways Reporting ProjectInside Appalachia Podcast -  Subscribe on Apple Podcasts,  Stitcher, Spotify, or SoundCloud.Affiliate StationsAllegheny Mountain Radio – WVMR 1370 AM Frost, W.Va.; WNMP 88.5 FM Marlinton, W.Va.; WVLS 89.7 FM Monterey, Va.; WVMR 91.9 FM Hillsboro, W.Va.; Radio Durbin 103.5 FM; WCHG 107.1 FM Hot Springs, Va. - Saturday 7 a.m.WETS, 89.5 FM, Johnson City, Tennessee - Sunday 6 p.m.Morehead State Public Radio - WMKY 90.3 FM in Morehead, Kentucky, Saturday 6 a.m. and Sunday 11 a.m.Appalshop Mountain Community Radio - WMMT 88.7 FM in Whitesburg, Kentucky - Sunday 11 a.m. & Tuesday 6 p.m.WEKU 88.9 FM Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky - Saturday 6 a.m. and Sunday 7 p.m.WSHC 89.7, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, West Virginia - Sunday 9 a.m.WUOT-2, 91.9 FM, Knoxville, Tennessee - Tuesday 7 p.m.WVCU 97.7 FM, Concord University, Athens, West Virginia - Wednesday 5 p.m.West Virginia Public Broadcasting - Sunday at 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.WMOV 106.7 FM, Ravenswood, West Virginia - Saturday at 8:00 a.m.
  • The Legislature Today from West Virginia Public Broadcasting
    West Virginia Public Broadcasting
    The Legislature Today is West Virginia's source for daily legislative news and information.  The only live television program covering the West Virginia Legislature, the broadcast features reports from the Senate, House and committee meetings with in-depth interviews and analysis of the legislative process in West Virginia.The Legislature Today airs weeknights at these times and locations:6 p.m. and 11 p.m. - WVPB (main channel)6 p.m. on WVPB's Facebook, Youtube, and wvpublic.org7 p.m. and the next day at 6 a.m. - The West Virginia ChannelThe Legislature Today can also be heard at 6 p.m. weeknights on WVPB's statewide radio network. Subscribe to The Legislature Today Podcast for daily downloads of the program.00000174-a288-ddc3-a1fc-bedb80ca0000Thanks to our 2020 sponsors for The Legislature Today:Marshall University | West Virginia University
  • Lost Highways: indie rock, alternative country, Americana, rock-a-billy and a lot more. Songs you love, stuff you might have missed and fresh sounds from artists traveling down musical paths where other people don’t go –plus interviews with songwriters, performers and people with something to say about American music.
  • For more than 30 years, Mountain Stage with Larry Groce has been the home of live music on public radio. Produced by West Virginia Public broadcasting and distributed by NPR Music, each two hour episode of Mountain Stage can be heard every week on more than 240 stations across America, and around the world via NPR Music and mountainstage.org. Recorded in front of a live audience, Mountain Stage features performances from seasoned legends and emerging stars in genres ranging from folk, blues, and country; to indie rock, synth pop, world music, alternative, and beyond.
  • With support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the seven stations involved in the Ohio Valley ReSource will be taking a look at the big stories in a regional community, from large focus issues in economy, energy, environment, infrastructure, health and agriculture. Each station has a reporter collaborating to this initiative, working together to tell these stories.The region is undergoing huge changes in all of these large focus areas. OVR Managing Editor Jeff Young states, "Just look at how dramatically the energy marketplace has changed or what a crisis opiate addiction has become affecting healthcare. Some communities are really struggling while others are finding creative approaches for new economic development, or coming up with new ways to deliver health services in rural areas."Young says he hopes the resource will offer storytelling that allows people in one community to learn from people in another.http://ohiovalleyresource.org/
  • "Us & Them" is a new podcast exploring all sides of the cultural issues that too often divide us. Peabody Award-winner Trey Kay brings us stories that may make you rethink your opinions on religion, sexuality, and other important issues. "Us & Them" is a joint project of West Virginia Public Broadcasting and Trey Kay Productions, with support from the West Virginia Humanities Council.
  • Local news stories from West Virginia Public Broadcasting. Whether it's important news events, interesting features about people and places, the latest in environmental news, stories about education or the economy, West Virginia Public Broadcasting's team of experienced reporters bring listeners in depth stories and interviews from around the state.