Valley Voices


Valley Voices is one of KDNK's longest running public affairs shows. Tune in the first and third Thursday of the month at 4:30 pm for conversations about local, regional, national-and sometimes international-issues and events with host Amy Hadden Marsh.More from Valley Voices »

Most Recent Episodes

Valley Voices December 10, 2015

Amy's guest today is longtime environmental activist and author, Dave Foreman.

Valley Voices November 26, 2015

Montana-based singer/songwriter Sharon Iltis joins Amy for a special Thanksgiving show of Sharon's original music and conversation between old friends.

Valley Voices November 12, 2015

Amy's guest today is Sean Jeung, incoming chaplain at the Calaway Cancer Center at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs.

Valley Voices October 22, 2015

Amy's guest is Carbondale filmmaker Hamilton Pevec, talking about his life in Nepal where he has been helping victims of last spring's earthquake. And, his new film, Before the Last Drop - about water and fracking in Garfield County.

Valley Voices October 8, 2015

Guests Taylor McKinnon of the Center for Biological Diversity, Will Roush and Sloan Shoemaker of Wilderness Workshop talk about the 'Keep It in the Ground' campaign to stop future fossil fuel leasing on U.S. public lands and in U.S. waters.

Valley Voices September 24, 2015

Pat Mulroy, water specialist with UNLV, spoke about how California's water situation is connected to Colorado at the Colorado River Water Conservation District's 2015 water seminar earlier this month. Videos of all water seminar presentations are at

Valley Voices September 10, 2015

Award-winning author Gary Ferguson and his wife, cultural psychologist Dr. Mary Clare join Amy to talk about Ferguson's newest book, The Carry Home: Lessons from the American Wilderness, and a weekend of workshops coming up September 18.

Valley Voices August 27, 2015

Ben Masters talks with Amy about his film Unbranded, about a 5-month pack trip from Mexico to Canada with 3 buddies, 16 mustangs, and one wild burro. The movie won Audience Choice awards at Hot Docs in Toronto and Mountain Film in Telluride this year.

Valley Voices August 13, 2015

Gwen Garcelon of the Roaring Fork Food Policy Council and Jimmy Dula of Glassier Gardens join Amy to talk local food and local food connections.

Valley Voice July 9, 2015

Guest JoAnn Niebur, Aspen RN, talks about her experiences in Sierra Leone, helping Ebola patients.

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