Everything on this page was written, recorded and produced by me. Most scripts were edited by a staff member at the respective organizations listed, but all audio editing is my own. The WGPB productions were written and edited by me, as I was the only staff member at the station.
Barry Hannah Obituary, aired during Morning Edition newscasts: 03/02/2010
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Shuffle: Episode 1, featuring Je Suis France, Brendan Benson, The Hold Steady, Phoenix, Blonde Redhead, The Arcade Fire, Lavender Diamond and The Go-Betweens: 06/07/2007
Shuffle: Episode 2, featuring Sonic Youth, Dr. Dog, Spoon, Cat Power and Feist: 06/21/2007
Northwest Georgia This Week: Episode 1, featuring integration in baseball and a soldier's memorial: 06/07/2007
Rome (Georgia, that is) loves its opera: 03/23/2007
When Atlanta folk art festival WhoFest ended last year after a three-year run, Georgia collectors wondered if they'd ever find all of their favorite folk artists in one place again. Now, fans of outsider art have a reason to cheer. Just across the state line, one man has resurrected WhoFest in Tennessee. From member station WGPB in Rome, Cari Gervin has the story: 05/18/2007
Ninebark Press: Publishing isn't dead (at least, in Rome, Georgia, anyway): 05/11/2007
Burgers, fries ... and Jesus? In the upper corner of Northwest Georgia, some chain restaurants are becoming known for just that, hosting gospel music nights every week. People drive from all over the region, including Middle Tennessee, for the faith, fellowship and fast food. From member station WGPB in Rome, Cari Gervin reports: 03/30/2007
Carl Vinson Institute of Government Study on Persistent Poverty in the South Listening Session: 11/21/2003
I Am the World Trade Center: an interview with the Athens duo on the night of a show: 06/20/2003
Zoom Bait: A behind the scenes look at the birthplace of the famed bass fishing bait: 07/03/2003