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Join Us! March 31st: Ethical Appalachian Reporting – A Community Conversation

March 23, 2018

WMMT & Scalawag Magazine are hosting a community discussion at Appalshop about media coverage of the region (the good, the bad, and everything between) on Saturday, March 31, 2018. The discussion will be followed by a screening of Stranger With A Camera & a Q&A with author Elizabeth Catte. 

Mtn. News: Building the Communities We Want

January 11, 2019

In this episode we bring you a piece from OVR about a proposed bill to shore up miners pension benefits & reinstate the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund, a visit to the Mountain Women Mean Business conference with WMMT's Mimi Pickering, and the first in a 6 part series from Michael and Carrie Kline and Talking Across the Lines about Race, Class & Community Survival in Mt. Hope, WV.

Mtn. Talk: WV Mine Wars Museum Strike Supper

January 8, 2019

In this episode we travel back to September 2018 for the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum's Strike Supper! You'll hear descriptions of dishes folks brought to share, the Red Bandana Awards given to important people in West Virginia, and event organizers talking about their hopes to help bust the myth of a culturally & racially homogenous Appalachia through an exploration of foodways in the coalfields.

Remembering Jim Webb

December 13, 2018

This episode is jam-packed with memories of the one and only Jim Webb. Also known as Wiley Quixote, Jim was the eccentric and punny heart of this radio station since WMMT first took to the airwaves in 1985. On this show, friends and family share some of their favorite memories of the unforgettable Wiley Q.

Mtn. Talk: Dumplins n’ Dancin’

December 6, 2018

In this episode we bring you on a foodie-audio-journey of last weekend's Dumplins n' Dancin' at the historic Hindman Settlement School. You'll hear sounds from a variety of cooking workshops & sounds of the eating, conversation, and dancing that filled the Settlement School all weekend long. Grab a snack, sit back, and give it a listen.

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