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Monday March 1st, 2021 9:26PM

LISTEN: Foxfire Christmas Stories

By Mornings on Maine Street
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LISTEN: Foxfire Christmas Stories
Gather round the hearth and hear how folks used to celebrate Christmas in the Appalachian mountains with Kami Ahrens of Foxfire.
9:21AM ( 3 minutes ago )
LISTEN: DNA brings more family to the table
With all the people submitting their DNA to databases in search of their heritage, our families are getting bigger. Libby Copeland, author of "The Lost Family" spent her morning on Maine Street with Bill Maine talking about how this is changing the way we look at who we are and what to do if you discover an unknown relative.
11:40AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: A trip to Plymouth for the first Thanksgiving
Plymouth, Massachusetts celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's arrival. Bill Maine spent time on Maine Street talking with Mayflower descendant Lia Filson about the first Thanksgiving and the challenges her ancestors faced both on the Mayflower and in the New World.
11:36AM ( 2 weeks ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Christmas bike program keeps pedaling
Greg Cochran of the Hall County Sheriff's Department joined Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street to talk about the annual Children's Christmas Bicycle program and how you can help them keep it rolling. For those who need to take advantage of the program, the deadline to register for your youngster to receive a bike is December 11,2020. Phone 770-531-7093 for details.
11:08AM ( 3 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Wacky warning labels could make you money
Bob Dorigo Jones of Michigan Lawsuit Abuse Watch talks about all the wacky warning labels on products. Why and how can finding the strangest one make you money? He stopped by Maine Street to explain. Don't miss the deadline at the end of 2020.
10:51AM ( 3 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Little River Band's "Lost and the Lonely" honor veterans
Wayne Nelson, lead singer and bassist for the Little River Band, joined Bill Maine on Maine Street to talk about their song "Lost and the Lonely". It's a open letter from a young person to their parents on why they are joining the military.
9:45AM ( 3 weeks ago )
WDUN Morning Show
LISTEN: DNA brings more family to the table
With all the people submitting their DNA to databases in search of their heritage, our families are getting bigger. Libby Copeland, author of "The Lost Family" spent her morning on Maine Street with Bill Maine talking about how this is changing the way we look at who we are and what to do if you discover an unknown relative.
By Mornings on Maine Street
11:40AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: A trip to Plymouth for the first Thanksgiving
Plymouth, Massachusetts celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's arrival. Bill Maine spent time on Maine Street talking with Mayflower descendant Lia Filson about the first Thanksgiving and the challenges her ancestors faced both on the Mayflower and in the New World.
By Mornings on Maine Street
11:36AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Chris Byrne The Toy Guy peeks in Santa's bag
What will the kids be asking from Santa this year? Chris Byrne, The Toy Guy, spends some playtime with Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street to tell us what's hot in Toyland this year.
By Mornings on Maine Street
9:58AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Longmire author Craig Johnson talks "Next to Last Stand"
"Next to Last Stand" is the sixteenth novel in the Longmire series by Craig Johnson. Johnson took time to join Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street to talk about the new book and why Longmire continues to enjoy such popularity.
By Mornings on Maine Street
9:13AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Bo Duke pays tribute to Bo Darville
John Schneider, Bo Duke of "Dukes of Hazzard" fame, dropped by Maine Street to talk about his movie "Stand on It". It's a tribute to "Smokey and the Bandit". Listen as Schneider tells Bill Maine the story of how he was actually in the movie.
By Mornings on Maine Street
11:47AM ( 2 weeks ago )