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Thursday January 20th, 2022 2:41PM

LISTEN: Harris Blackwood with an anchorman's Christmas story

By Mornings on Maine Street
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LISTEN: Harris Blackwood with an anchorman's Christmas story
Harris Blackwood visited Maine Street to share a Christmas story of a simpler time and a great remembrance of broadcast days gone by.
9:20AM ( 6 minutes ago )
LISTEN: Story teller Rosann Kent shares a wildlife Christmas
Rosann Kent Director of Appalachian Studies at the Historic Vickery House through the University of North Georgia shares a tale of a wildlife Christmas.
9:18AM ( 8 minutes ago )
LISTEN: Kristen Cheoweth talks about the film "National Champions"
The discussion of if and how college athletes should be compensated comes front and center in the film "National Champions." Kristen Chenoweth stars in the movie and joined us on Maine Street to share details about the movie and her children's book coming out in March.
9:29AM ( 23 hours ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Andrew McDiarmid of the Discovery Institute on parental involvement in their child's education
Andrew McDiarmid, Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, talks about the pushback some parents receive when they try to become more involved in what their children are learning at school. McDiarmid offers parents tips on how to navigate the opinion put out by some critics that "parents who aren't qualified to teach should keep their noses out of school curricula."
11:20AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Fern Shumer Chapman offers tips for reconnecting with estranged family members
Families don't always get along as we would like. Fern Shumer Chapman knows first-hand as she was estranged from her brother for many years. In her book "Brothers, Sisters, Strangers: Sibling Estrangement and the Road to Reconciliation," she offers help in reconnecting with estranged family members.
11:14AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Alex Baber co-founder of Cold Case Consultants of America
Alex Baber co-founded Cold Case Consultants of America with is wife, herself a victim of an abduction that remains unsolved. Using a database of hundreds of letters from serial killers to try to discover new evidence to solve cases that went cold years ago.
11:07AM ( 1 week ago )
WDUN Morning Show
LISTEN: Story teller Rosann Kent shares a wildlife Christmas
Rosann Kent Director of Appalachian Studies at the Historic Vickery House through the University of North Georgia shares a tale of a wildlife Christmas.
By Mornings on Maine Street
9:18AM ( 8 minutes ago )
Mashing things up with Hallmark
Team ups work well for super heroes in the comic books, why wouldn't they work for Hallmark?
5:30PM ( 1 day ago )
LISTEN: Andrew McDiarmid of the Discovery Institute on parental involvement in their child's education
Andrew McDiarmid, Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, talks about the pushback some parents receive when they try to become more involved in what their children are learning at school. McDiarmid offers parents tips on how to navigate the opinion put out by some critics that "parents who aren't qualified to teach should keep their noses out of school curricula."
By Mornings on Maine Street
11:20AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Fern Shumer Chapman offers tips for reconnecting with estranged family members
Families don't always get along as we would like. Fern Shumer Chapman knows first-hand as she was estranged from her brother for many years. In her book "Brothers, Sisters, Strangers: Sibling Estrangement and the Road to Reconciliation," she offers help in reconnecting with estranged family members.
By Mornings on Maine Street
11:14AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: Alex Baber co-founder of Cold Case Consultants of America
Alex Baber co-founded Cold Case Consultants of America with is wife, herself a victim of an abduction that remains unsolved. Using a database of hundreds of letters from serial killers to try to discover new evidence to solve cases that went cold years ago.
By Mornings on Maine Street
11:07AM ( 1 week ago )