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Sun October 9, 2005
Listen to Alabama Life from 10-9-05
Tune in for a quick history lesson on this episode of Alabama Life. Learn more about the beginnings of public radio and more about how Alabama Public Radio came to be. Plus the storyteller tells about the Tale Tellin' Festival that happens each year in Selma, Alabama. Kathyrn Tucker Windham was there when it got started, and previews the event happening October 14 and 15.
[LISTEN - 9:22]
Gary Copeland, Professor of Telecommunication and Film, talks about the history of Alabama Public Radio.
[LISTEN - 2:45]
Jan Pruitt Duvall remembers Joyce Mahan.
[LISTEN - 5:37]
Storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham talks about the Tale Tellin' Festival in Selma, Alabama.
Alabama Life is a production of Alabama Public Radio - www.APR.org