Every third Wednesday of the month LVSG has a feature on Tom Druckenmiller’s radio show on WDIY Bethlehem, PA. Tom’s show is called “In the Tradition” featuring old time music. Our piece of the programming is called “Stories in the Valley.” Usually, it is a fifteen to twenty-minute segment.
Time for a bit of Celtic legend with Richard Marsh
Celebrating Groundhogs Day with Megan Hicks
Here is a bit of humor with Andy Offutt Irwin.
Chaz Great White Cat – A winter story for a winter day!
Here is a little wisdom for the holidays from Heather Forest.
Here is a little Halloween treat.
Vampires, anyone? Denise McCormack has a story.
Here is one of our favorites, Shelia K. Adams.
Here is Guild member Christopher Ochs and an original tale, “The Balalaika and The Samovar.”
Ingrid Bohn takes on Aesop.
Zero is more than it seems with Raelinda Woad
Guild member Rob Aptaker tells us two Native American creation tales.
Here is a little bit of Patrick for Saint Patrick’s Day
Heather Forest is one of our favorite tellers. Give a listen.
And now for a little politics with Jay O’Callahan
Give a listen to the Pennsylvania Youth Storytelling Showcase winners, Girard Behe and Kaylee Davis.
Time for a tall tale. Here is Bil Lepp, West Virginia’s favor liar.
Here are two Halloween stories from LVSG members John Callahan and the late Kathy Pierce.
Two stories by Megan Hicks
Story Slam – have you heard?
Listen to Nancy Donoval talk about her family name
A tribute to the late Sid Lieberman
Listen to an Aesop fable told by Heather Forest
In honor of Saint Patrick’s Day we give you a little bit of Irish lore from Richard Marsh.
February is Black History Month. It is our pleasure to present Charlotte Blake Alston, telling two traditional African tales.
January is the start of our Winter Children’s Series. Part of that is Kathy Long’ show on February 15th. Here is one of Kathy’s stories.
The Christmas season is a good time to be among relatives. For this show, Andy Offutt Erwin will keep us in the company of his aunt Marguerite with his story A Glass Christmas.
Here is an old favorite teller of ours, Katherine Windham.