Season 3, Show 2, March 10, 2012
If the Ozark Harvest Radio Hour had any buttons it would bust them with excitement about its interview with “Founding Mother” and water activist Barbara Harmony. In our interview with Barbara we learn how she arrived here in Eureka Springs, and about her by now long commitment to assuring that our water is pure and readily available. All the News from Berryville examines the paradox of of our telling our children they need to leave town to “make something” of themselves and why doing a thing badly is exactly the right way to do it. Actor Richard Pille, who appears in the soon to be released film Broken Faith, reads The Turbid Tap Water Dance and all’s ya’lls get an update on the 2012 Carroll Country Fresh Photography Contest.
Complete Podcast (zip file)
Playlist on YouTube–plays all parts in order
- Track 1: Our host provides a lengthy and narcissistic overview of the program. Letters from readers are read, and we share All the News from Berryville.
- Track 2: Part 1 of an interview with Water Activist and “Founding Mothers & Fathers” stalwart Barbara Harmony. A brief announcement about the Wildfire Farm CSA.
- Track 3: Part 2 of our interview with Barbara Harmony, “The Turbid Tap Water Dance” is read by actor Richard Pille, and the Carroll County Literacy Council provides an update.
- Track 4: More news about the 2012 Carroll County Fresh Photography Contest, a bit of idle chatter from the host, then an Adios and Credits.