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Public Radio International:
"A Prairie Home Companion"
Robin and Linda are regular favorites on Garrison Keillor's popular radio show. A '94 tour with the Hopeful Gospel Quartet, featuring the Williamses, Keillor, and Kate MacKenzie, brought them to England, Scotland, and Denmark.
MOUNTAIN STAGE is a two-hour radio show recorded before a live audience in Charleston, WV. Now in its 20th year, the show has established a long tradition of featuring national and international acts in almost every style of music. Mountain Stage produces an average of 26 new shows a year. Most shows feature five acts and are taped at the Cultural Center Theater at the Capitol Complex in Charleston.
WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour
The Nashville Network:
"Music City Tonight"
"Prime Time Country"
"The Grand Ole Opry"
WFMT's (Chicago's Fine Arts Station): Midnight Special
Over the years, the "
Special" has evolved into an eclectic mixture of song and story that attracts not only a loyal almost cult following, but also new, younger listeners with each broadcast.
KUNR-Reno, NV: "Riders Radio Theater"
WMMT: The station's transmitter sits on the state line atop Pine Mountain,
Kentucky's second-highest peak, and broadcasts at 15,000 watts to eastern
Kentucky, southwest Virginia, southern West Virginia, and a few
communities in Tennessee and North Carolina. It's an area that's generally
known as Central Appalachia.
"Austin City Limits"
Old-Time Country Music:
A half-hour stereo television series, recorded before studio audiences at Iowa Public Television in Johnston. This performance series presents local, regional, and national acoustic artists. Since its beginning in 1989, Old-Time Country Music has featured country, folk, and bluegrass music for studio audiences and state and national viewers. IPTV is Iowa's only public
television entity and is a statewide network covering 99% of the state with a signal that goes into all the surrounding states. OTCM has a very loyal audience and is quite large for a local program. - Mark Foust, Producer .