Programs tagged: radio

"Bettyville" Audiobook Broadcast
89.5FM/KOPN

Tune in to KOPN every weekday August 29-September 29 to hear the audiobook version of this year's One Read selection. (No broadcast on Sept. 5, Labor Day.)

"Bettyville" Audiobook Broadcast
89.5FM/KOPN

Tune in to KOPN every weekday August 29-September 29 to hear the audiobook version of this year's One Read selection. (No broadcast on Sept. 5, Labor Day.)

"Bettyville" Audiobook Broadcast
89.5FM/KOPN

Tune in to KOPN every weekday August 29-September 29 to hear the audiobook version of this year's One Read selection. (No broadcast on Sept. 5, Labor Day.)

"Bettyville" Audiobook Broadcast
89.5FM/KOPN

Tune in to KOPN every weekday August 29-September 29 to hear the audiobook version of this year's One Read selection. (No broadcast on Sept. 5, Labor Day.)

One Read on "Mid-Missouri Freedom Forum"
89.5FM/KOPN

Hosts Steve Spellman and Rex Rebstock are joined by One Read co-chairs Betsy Collins and Lauren Williams for an in-depth exploration of One Read events, and a discussion of the themes in “Bettyville," including how our self image motivates us and the economic decline of small towns.

One Read on "Lullaby on Broadway"
89.5FM/KOPN

In honor of Betty Hodgman, subject of this year's One Read book "Bettyville," KOPN radio host Dave Collins presents the 1971 musical "70, Girls, 70," starring Mildred Natwick and Hans Conried. The plot concerns a group of larcenous old folks who steal furs from various New York City stores with the intent of using the proceeds from their resale to buy their Upper West Side retirement hotel, the New Sussex Arms, which is slated to be sold to developers.

One Read on "Farm and Fiddle"
89.5FM/KOPN

Inspired by this year's One Read memoir "Bettyville," radio hosts Margot McMillen and Rhett Hartman discuss small town life with local author Carolyn Branch who recently published her memoir, "Snakes in the Kitchen." Branch grew up in the river town of Mokane in the 1950s, when women like her mother had few options. She remembers her mother escaping a difficult marriage, learning to drive, obtaining a job and moving the family to Fulton where she found more opportunities and success.

One Read on "Women's Issues, Women's Voices"
89.5FM/KOPN

To complement the memoir "Bettyville," our One Read title, KOPN host Jackie Casteel will interview local author Christina Holzhauser, a contributor to the anthology “Crooked Letter i: Coming Out in the South." This collection of first-person nonfiction narratives pivots around a central theme — finally finding language to understand one's identity and then discovering you were never the only one.

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