Valley Voices is one of KDNK's longest running public affairs shows. Tune in the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at 4:30 pm for conversations about local, regional, national - and sometimes international - issues and events with host Amy Hadden Marsh.
Sort by Date | Sort by Title |
Valley Voices January 22, 2015
Amy talks with Amelia Shelley, executive director of the Garfield County Public Library District, and Nella Barker, president of the Garfield County Library Board of Directors, about firearms in the library.
Valley Voices January 8, 2015
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright spoke to an SRO crowd at Carbondale's Thunder River Theatre in late December. Here are highlights from that talk, including a Q&A with the audience.
Valley Voices December 24, 2014
Hoop artist, dancer, and instructor extraordinaire, Betty Hoops, joins host Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about her new documentary project and the Meta of hooping.
Valley Voices December 11, 2014
Amy's guests are Ardis Hoffman, chief inspiration officer for Masterminds 4 Wellness, Analisa Mather of joyofyum.com, and author and MD Richard Moss, talking about taking care of mind, body, and spirit during the holidays.
Valley Voices November 27, 2014
Amy and guests Allyn Harvey, Laurie Loeb, and Alejandra Rico talk about the Carbondale Food Co-op.
Valley Voices October 23, 2014
Host Amy Hadden Marsh talks with CSU associate professor Dr. Gregory Graff about the science and social fears of GMOs.
Valley Voices October 9, 2014
This week on Valley Voices, Amy Hadden Marsh talks with local author and activist Peggy Tibbetts.
Valley Voices September 30, 2014
Amy Hadden Marsh speaks with Zane Kessler from the Thompson Divide Coalition.
Valley Voices September 11, 2014
Journalist, Author and River Guide Ken Fedarko talks about his book The Emerald Mile and proposed developments in Grand Canyon.
Valley Voices September 9, 2014
Valley Voices features Dave Foreman co-founder of Earth First and director of the Rewilding Institute talking about wilderness and population growth.