Season 3, Show 16, June 16, 2012
You can’t go wrong by stealing from G. K. Chesterton and our man David Bell does just that. Richard and Jane Pille continue to homestead and embrace romance In the Garden by giving us a fine tour of their wonderful place. Robert and Cara Phillippe introduce us to the Phillippe Family Quartet, proof positive that there is more happening in the Ozark’s than banjos (yes, we love banjos!) and NASCAR. John Toombs of Homestead Farm concludes his essay on trapping and destroying the wily Japanese Beetle, Johnice Dominck of the Carroll and Madison County Library system reviews The Dirt Cheap Green Thumb, and Loretta Tanner plays an old hymn that is familiar to both old Christians and old Hippies, Morning has Broken. We like this show; we hope you do too. Tune in today, and all week long!
Complete Podcast (zip file)
Playlist on YouTube–plays all tracks in order
- Track 1: Program Overview, David Bell in Praise of doing things Badly, Richard and Jane Pille in the Garden, News from the Carroll County Literacy Council.
- Track 2: An Interview with the Phillippe Quartet, J.S. Bach, and the Civil War.
- Track 3: Jon Toombs concludes his war on the Japanese Beetle, Johnice Dominick Reviews…& Loretta Tanner plays Morning has Broken.