Wednesday, April 14, 2004
The Southwest Virginia connections of public radio's Noah Adams
I often shout at the car radio when I hear something really stupid on National Public Radio's "news" programs, but that doesn't mean I don't listen to "All Things Considered" (and "Morning Edition" and "Weekend Edition") at least some of the time. The Coalfield Progress has this report earlier in April on the Southwest Virginia connections of NPR on-air voice Noah Adams, who has also written this book about riding the New River in western Virginia (and West Virginia).
Posted by Steve Minor at 4:18 PM