Program for September 2, 2021 

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A half-century of having the backs of Eastern Kentucky’s vulnerable: AppalReD prepares to celebrate its 50 year legacy | A new book about the sport, culture and economics of rock climbing in the Red River Gorge | Kentucky Poet Laureate Crystal Wilkinson on how her Casey County upbringing influences her art | Eastern Standard welcomes a new content partner: The Daily Yonder. Editor Tim Marema spells out what you’ll soon be hearing 

Interviews in order of appearance:  

Robert Johns - AppalReD Legacy - LISTEN 

James Maples - New book on climbing in the Red River Gorge - LISTEN 

Tom Eblen with Crystal Wilkinson on her book "Perfect Black" - LISTEN 

Tim Marema - Daily Yonder editor on new content partnership with ES - LISTEN

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