March 16, 2007


Full Show

Intoduction with Host Tony Norris

News this week with Mary Jane Peters ~Due to the importance of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision concerning the San Francisco peaks, we have extracted a few clips you may want to see, or keep, or send, which touch on this significant decision. Susan Green of Your Story Digital caught the Buffalo Park press conference. Her clip is here. We edited a short montage of our press conference coverage and past footage we have on this story. And we caught up with Sierra Club's Andy Bessler for his comments on this landmark decision.

Joseph Langham Local songwriter and entertainer Joseph Langham popped up to join the show for a couple tunes. It's always a pleasure.

Tony Norris interviews writer/ photographer Michael Collier. Collier's unique art of the "landscape from above" is captivating and calming. He brings us the birds eye view of things with a quiet Zen that opens up inside you like cream in your coffee. Collier and Rose Houk have collaborated on some important natural history books.
John Pierson From K-JACKstopped by to say hello and talk about his show: Live show wednesday evenings at 5.

WORD news with James Jay : Matthew Henry Hall is Jay's special guest this week. Fiction writer, cartoonist and musician, Hall is a man who covers a range of ideas from a vantage of woodsy clarity and passion few have taken the time to explore. Hear the forest here.

Weather with ultra non-corporate slacker and bon vivant Action Jackson as he slacks further and tells his tales of Vegas.
Martin Litton spoke at the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival here this week. Mr. Litton's help to preserve the natural order of the rivers of the Southwest has become the blueprint for eco-activism worldwide. Here he comments on wastefulness in the modern day.
A final word with Tony Norris
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