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 January 9, 2014
Rob Okun, a leader in the pro-feminist men's movement.
Valley Voices July 10, 2014
Amy's guest today is Woody Creek author Claire MacDougall who recently saw the publication of her first novel "Veil of Time," historical fiction set in Scotland.
Valley Voices July 11, 2013
John Bruna, founder and director of the Way of Compassion Foundation, joins Amy Hadden Marsh for a conversation about mindfulness and living a meaningful life.
Valley Voices July 19, 2012
On this week's episode Journalist Brent Gardner-Smith joins Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about phantom dams and the potential Maroon Creek and Castle Creek reservoirs
Valley Voices July 25, 2013
Roland McCook of the Uncompahgre band of the Northern Ute Tribe speaks with Amy about his repatriation efforts, his stint on an opera board, and his role in this year's Mountain Fair.
Valley Voices July 31, 2014
The Wilderness Act turns 50 in a few weeks. Two of the three women who started the Wilderness Workshop, Joy Caudill and Connie Harvey, along with Dave Reed and Wil Roush of the Wilderness Workshop, join Amy Hadden Marsh to remember how and why they did it.
Valley Voices July 5, 2012
A conversation with Theatre Aspen and Hudson Reed Ensemble founder, Kent Hudson Reed, who takes the stage next week in Carbondale as Hollywood legend, John Barrymore.
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 June 21, 2012
Policy-makers, scientists, and others gather in Aspen next week to talk about the state of our national forests. On this episode John Bennett and Allyn Harvey join Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about the state of our forests and the upcoming Forests At Risk Symposium.
Valley Voices June 27, 2013
Wildlife Conservation Society biologist Andrea Turkalo has studied forest elephants in the Central African Republic for over two decades. Earlier this month, she narrowly escaped violent political unrest in the country. She joins Amy Hadden Marsh on this episode of Valley Voices to talk about elephants caught in the crossfire in sub-Saharan Africa.