Diane Johnson

Public Affairs Host

Ways to Connect

The Undiscovered Country

Host Diane Johnson interviews Mike Nemeth, author of The Undiscovered Country, about the complexities of family and the indignity of again and dying in present day America.

Stephani Askew

Host Diane Johnson receives her first ever ukulele lesson with Stephani Askew, artist, educator, muscian, creative director of the Redstone Art Center and leader of the Redstone Ukeladies.

Aaron Taylor

Way of Compassion Foundation director Aaron Taylor joins Diane Johnson to talk about the Way of Compassion Bicycle Project, an educational, safe, and compassionate bicycle shop and bicycle education program for community members to learn how to build, maintain, and develop lifestyles around bicycles.

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Host Diane Johnson chats with Carbondale Trustee Lani Kitching about affordable housing options for seniors.

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Basalt mayor Jacque Whitsitt joins host Diane Johnson to talk about suicide prevention.

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For this month's show Natalie Rae gives the juicy details about this year's Dandelion Day and Jenna talks about Power Punch Parkinson's.

Chad Federwitz

Chad Federwitz, manager of Pitkin County Senior Services, joins Diane Johnson to speak about the resources available to residents of Pitkin County.

Gavin Dahl

Eric Brendlinger, Carbondale Parks & Recreation director, talks about classes, programs and events with the Community in Mind.

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Today's show features music and conversation with the Crystal River Ukuladies followed by expressions of love by the Andy Zanca Youth News Team.

Habitat for Humanity

Amy French, Volunteer Coordinator & Family Services Director at Habitat for Humanity, speaks with Host Diane Johnson about Building Homes, Building Hope, Building Community.

Rifle Animal Shelter

Diane Johnson talks about fostering pets with Denise Dion, Operations Manger for Rifle Animal Shelter, and Development Coordinator Kalli Wilson.

Diane's guests today are Debbie Boyle of Lift Up's Carbondale office and longtime volunteer Joe Markam.

Welcome back, Diane Johnson! Her guests today are Diane Darling, executive director of Roaring Fork Brain Train, and Amanda Wagner, President/CEO of My Community Health Foundation, to talk about changes to the Roaring Fork Brain Train program.

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This month's show features longtime Carbondale resident Rusty Burtard, sharing memories and gardening tips.

Eric Brendlinger, Carbondale Parks & Rec director, talks about the endless benefits of parks and recreation.  Click here for a list of local parks and 2017 summer events.

Judy Martin, Senior Programs Manager for Garfield County Health and Human Services, and Kimberley Gent, director of Alpine Legal Services, join Diane this month. Tune in for great tips!

Local yoga instructor Karin Bannerot joins Diane this month. Adaptive yoga!

Hone Williams

Diane talks to Bob Spuhler, Colorado ombudsman for the Western Slope, and local artist extraordinaire Hone Williams.