Season 3, Show 7, April 14, 2012
Robert ‘Butch’ Berry, a candidate for District 97 House of Representatives drops by to spread the good word about–Butch Berry. Richard Schoe, retired broadcaster, former Eureka Springs, Arkansas Mayor, and current Weathertainment Guru on Facebook, shares some poetry and his views on the impact of social media on the Arab Spring. Carroll County’s most original couple, Jane and Richard Pille begin another season of “In the Garden” audio essays and the extraordinarily talent composer and musician Klara White plays a short piece just for us. All this, plus letters from listeners, a few public service announcements, and enough errors of judgement and misuse of talent to sink a major media outlet, The Ozark Harvest Radio Hour is organic radio: not always pretty, not always perfect, but always fresh, local, and honest!
Complete Podcast (zip file)
Playlist on YouTube–plays all parts in order
- Track 1: Letters from listeners and Part One of our interview with Butch Berry, a candidate for District 97 State Representative.
- Track 2: A public service announcement from the Carroll County Literacy Council and Part Two of our Butch Berry interview.
- Track 3: The Poet, Weathertainment Guru, and Founding Father Richard Schoe shares his poetry and views on Social Media and the Mideast.
- Track 4: Richard & Jane Pille are “In the Garden” again, the talented Klara White plays some original music, and our host says Adios.