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In this episode Neil and Will sit down with the "King of Country Ham", Mr. Allan Benton.  Through his humble nature he talks about his passion for his work and for his Appalachian ...

In this episode Will and Neil sit down with Nancy Bruns of JQ Dickinson Salt-Works.  Nancy discusses the history of salt in Appalachia and what it takes to bring back an entire ind...

In this episode Will and Neil talk to Melissa Booth Hall of the Southern Foodways Alliance (SFA).  Listen as she discusses the significance of Appalachian cuisine and the importanc...

In this special episode, Neil and Will talk to folks from the Mine Wars Museum in Matewan, WV about the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Blair Mountain.  Listen for the history a...

In this episode, Will and Neil sit down with Brook Smith, a businessman, philanthropist and founder of the Appalachian Impact Fund that is housed in the Foundation for Appalachia K...

In this episode Will and Neil sit down with Dr. William "Bill" Turner to discuss his upcoming book, "The Harlan Renaissance: Stories of Black Life in Appalachian Coal Towns."  List...

In this episode Will and Neil turn to the scholars as they speak to Dr. Chad Berry, an expert in Appalachian Studies and professor at Berea College.  Dr. Berry's essay, "Appalachia...

In this episode Will and Neil talk to Brandon Dennison, the CEO of Coalfield Development in Southwest West Virginia.  His organization is utilizing an innovative approach in rebuil...

On the episode Will and Neil talk to an eco-tourism enthusiast and local entrepreneur Gary Wayne Cox.  Gary Wayne discusses his new venture, Big Sandy Backroads, established to pro...

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