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.
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Valley Voices June 13, 2013
Lon Winston and Valerie Haugen join Amy Hadden Marsh on Valley Voices today for a conversation about Thunder River Theatre's upcoming original production, "Passionate Collaborators: Burns & Allen".
Valley Voices May 23, 2013
Molly Honan, new branch manager at the Gordon Cooper Library, and Jeanine Stickle, youths services librarian.
Valley Voices May 10, 2013
A sea change is coming to the Crystal Theater. Celluloid is on its way out; digital is on its way in. And, theaters must adjust or close. Today on Valley Voices Amy Hadden Marsh talks with Crystal Theater owners Bob and Kathy Ezra about what that means for Carbondale's historic movie house.
Valley Voices April 25, 2013
A special one hour version of Valley Voices honoring Crime Victim Awareness Week.
Valley Voices April 11, 2013
Amy Hadden Marsh talks with the Glenwood Lions Club about the organizations' annual Donkey Basketball fundraiser, and how the Lions help people with impaired vision all over the world.
Valley Voices March 28, 2013
Will Roush of Carbondale's Wilderness Workshop and Earth Justice attorney, Michael Freeman, join Amy Hadden Marsh today to discuss new developments in the struggle to protect the Thompson Divide and the Roan Plateau from energy extraction.
Valley Voices February 28, 2013
Amy Hadden Marsh talks with Challenge Aspen co-founder and director Houston Cowan.
Valley Voices February 14, 2013
Mile High Medium and medical intuitive Michelle Houchens and musician Matthew Moon join Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about creating music from the heart.
Valley Voices January 24, 2013
New Castle beekeeper Ed Colby joins Amy Hadden Marsh today on Valley Voices to talk about bee-keeping in the Roaring Fork and Colorado River Valleys.
Valley Voices January 10, 2013
Jessica Metcalf, a biologist who is responsible for finding an pure strain of ancient greenback trout near Colorado Springs