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Brown County Hour – New Day and Time!

Brown County Hour – New Day and Time!

Stay tuned Sunday, September 1, from 9 – 10 am, for BROWN COUNTY HOUR’s Episode 18, broadcasting on local radio station WFHB (100.7 FM).  This award-winning radio program highlights many facets of life in Brown County with artists, musicians, history, storytelling, theater, events, and poetry. You may hear the show at 9 am as it airs on WFHB radio or stream it on WFHB.org at your leisure. Later the show can be listened to from the archives on either the WFHB or Brown County Hour websites (see info below).

Our theme this episode is “Things that go Thump in the Woods.” The colorful cast of Brown County characters includes Jeff Tryon as Tramp Star, Gunther Flumm, the motley Brown County Hour Comedy Troupe, and new contributor and local author of the book for women, Practical Guide to Fishing - Peggy Daily, with a hilarious story about turtle fishing. Special guests include violinist Carolyn Dutton, Keith Bradway reading his Bare Wallow letter to the editor, Brown County Park naturalist Cassie Norman on snakes, Jon Kay reading a James Whitcomb Riley poem, and Charlie Cole and Linda Baden enlightening the listener on the controversy regarding Yellowwood road.

As we enter our 4th year on WFHB, the Brown County Hour goes monthly. Our door is always open to people who would like to join the team as writers, audio editors, interviewers, sound effects magicians, or technical wizards. Please contact Vera Grubbs at 812-988-2946 or scgrubbs@prodigy.net. Brown County Hour is produced by volunteers from the county.  We welcome your ideas or comments.

Our crew meets weekly on Tuesday evenings, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, at the studio in the Traditional Arts Building, 46 E Gould St., on the east side of the building.

This show and past shows can be streamed on the Brown County Hour website, www.browncountyhour.com, or fromwww.wfhb.org.

WFHB FM radio airs the shows at 100.7 FM in Nashville, 106.3 FM in Ellettsville, 98.1 FM in Bloomington, and 91.3 FM for south central Indiana, or on line at www.wfhb.org.

 

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