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Most Recent Episodes

God & Politics: Madeleine Albright on Valley Voices

Former US Secretary of State, Dr. Madeleine Albright was in the Roaring Fork Valley this week for a talk and book-signing at the Korologos Gallery in Basalt. She spoke with KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh by phone from Washington DC about her 2006 book, The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs .

Ann Korologos on Valley Voices

Today's guest is Ann Korologos, former US Secretary of Labor from 1987-1989, Chairman Emeritus of the Rand Corporation Board and the Aspen Institute, and owner of the Korologos Gallery in Basalt. She was recently honored by Anderson Ranch. Tune in. Hear more.

Huts for Vets: A Different Kind of Courage

Paul Andersen, founder/director of the Basalt-based non-profit Huts for Vets , joins US Army veteran Melody Capps, US Marine Corps veteran Brian Porter, and Valley Voices host Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about the program, why it works and what it takes to succeed in society after the war. Here's a link to the H f V blog.

Valley Voices: Chip Comins Talks AREDay and Climate Change

Chip Comins is the founder, director, and CEO of the American Renewable Energy Institute in Aspen, which has hosted ARE Day for 14 years. The summit continues this weekend with a film fest and 2 community conversations on Friday and Saturday. Details and schedule are here . Impact Films are here. Meanwhile, Comins talks with host Amy Hadden Marsh about ARE Day and climate change, and gives a little context to what the planet is currently experiencing.

Trump Budget Threatens Mustangs and Burros

The 2018 proposed Federal budget allocates $1.1B to the Bureau of Land Management, a $163M reduction. This translates to a $70M budget for the Wild Horse and Burro Program, a $10M cut from last year. The budget proposal also recommends elimination of appropriations language that keeps BLM from using all options to manage mustang and burro herds. Valley Voices host Amy Hadden Marsh talks to award-winning filmmaker, director of the Cloud Foundation (a wild horse and burro advocacy and education group), and member of the BLM's Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board, Ginger Kathrens, about what will happen to the nation's mustangs and wild burros if the budget is approved.

Maurine Taufer: Decades Dedicated to Dance

Maurine Taufer has been teaching and choreographing dance in Glenwood Springs since the 1980s. She co-founded the Glenwood Springs Arts Center and Dancers Dancing, an annual performance of dance students that just celebrated 25 years. For this week's Valley Voices, Maurine and special guests Jane Berry Scales and Terry Glasenapp join Amy Hadden Marsh.

ACLU CO's Nathan Woodliff-Stanley Parts 1 & 2

Nathan Woodliff-Stanley, director of ACLU Colorado, visited Carbondale on April 8, 2017. Part 1 is his presentation. Part 2 is Q & A with the audience. Click the headline for Part 2.

Ed Williams Talks About Enduring Addiction

KUNM' s public health reporter Ed Williams talks to Amy Hadden Marsh about the making of his documentary, Enduring Addiction , aired 3/09/2017 on KDNK's Valley Voices.

Enduring Addiction on Valley Voices

This special edition features Enduring Addiction, an audio documentary by former KDNK reporter Ed Williams, who is now a public health reporter for KUNM in Albuquerque. Ed talks more about the making of the documentary here .

Valley Voices: RFHS Model UN Go to NYC

RFHS Model UN Club members Tavia Teitler, Rex Hamilton, and Jen Platero along with social studies teacher Matt Wells join host Amy Hadden Marsh to talk about the club and this year's March trip to the National Model UN Conference in the Big Apple.

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