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Two Way Street is an exciting new approach to exploring the issues, people and events that make Georgia a vibrant place to live, work and play. While most news broadcasts provide useful summaries of the day's news, Two Way Street's mission is to give listeners a more complete perspective on the major issues facing the state, and to seek out engaging stories about the talents and achievements of the remarkable people who give our state its unique personality.More from Two Way Street »

Most Recent Episodes

Two Way Street: Obituary Editor Kay Powell And Musician Adron On Beginnings And Endings

On this edition of "Two Way Street," Georgia musician Adron stops by to talk and play a few songs from her new album "Water Music" before setting sail for the west coast. We also hear from a woman who made a career of saying goodbye: Kay Powell.

Two Way Street: Obituary Editor Kay Powell And Musician Adron On Beginnings And Endings

Two Way Street: Southern Authors Rick Bragg and Armistead Maupin on Family and Identity

On this episode of Two Way Street, we hear from two Southern writers from the Decatur Book Festival. In front of an audience at the festival, new host Virginia Prescott interviews authors Rick Bragg and Armistead Maupin on the way their Southern heritage shapes their writing.

Two Way Street: Southern Authors Rick Bragg and Armistead Maupin on Family and Identity

Two Way Street: Virginia Prescott on Being a Good Listener

In an age when we all seem to be talking at each other, Virginia Prescott thinks we need to do a better job listening.

Brandon Bush: A Life in Music

Bill Nigut's guest on this edition of Two Way Street is Georgia-based musician Brandon Bush. He was an original member of Sugarland, one of the hottest acts in country music until they went their separate ways six years ago to the dismay of their millions of fans.

Two Way Street: Denene Millner's Blog Helps Black Mothers

On this edition of Two Way Street we feature a conversation with Denene Millner. She's a best-selling author, blogger and television personality. Denene's blog, "My Brown Baby," has become one of the most popular resources for black mothers because it's devoted to helping them navigate the tricky waters of raising a black child today.

Astronaut Scott Kelly On His Year In Space

We're revisiting our conversation with astronaut Scott Kelly — and other favorites — as part of Two Way Street's birthday celebration. To mark our four years on the air, we're listening back to the shows that have stuck with us the most. And it was an easy decision to include this one — because Kelly is one of only two people who can say they've spent a year in space.

Grammy-Winning Roots Duo Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn On Their New Album

Today we're revisiting a conversation with the royal family of roots music. On this edition of "Two Way Street," Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn speak about their new album, " Echo in the Valley ." This is their second collaboration, following the success of their self-titled debut, " Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn ," which took home the Grammy for "Best Folk Album" in 2016.

Grammy-Winning Roots Duo Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn On Their New Album

The Making of a Reputation: Flannery O'Connor

Today we're going to continue our look back at some of our favorite shows from the first four years of Two Way Street. Southern culture has always been an important theme for us. One example of that is our program celebrating the life and career of the great South Georgia writer Flannery O'Connor – one of the most important American literary voices of the 20 th Century.

Delving Into The Life And Work Of Carson McCullers

We are continuing our look back on some of our favorite shows from the first four years of Two-Way Street. In February 2017, we produced a show about the life of one of Georgia's literary lions: Columbus-born Carson McCullers.

Diana Nyad: The Woman Who Swam From Cuba to Florida at Age 64

July fifth 2018 marks the fourth anniversary of "Two Way Street." To celebrate that milestone, we're revisiting one of our favorite conversations: an interview with Diana Nyad, the strong-willed swimmer who was the first to swim from Cuba to Florida without a protective shark cage. She completed the feat, which many thought was impossible, at the remarkable age of 66.

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