Radio Friends with Paul Pepper

Weekdays at 8:50
  • Hosted by Paul Pepper

Longtime TV host Paul Pepper brings you his deep connections with the people in the arts and civic life who make this area a great place to live. Hear "Radio Friends with Paul Pepper" weekday mornings at 8:50 on KBIA ... and, watch and listen to the show in a download or a stream any time here.

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Wednesday October 19
MEL ZELENAK / Cruise and Travel Tips  cruise@centurytel.net

Tuesday October 18
VICTORIA DAY / "Healthy Steps"   573-447-0220
STEVEN SCHLARMAN / "Rock Away Hunger" www.rockawayhunger.com   314-479-8632

Monday October 17
BABS BLACKMON / Marine Parents
GEORGALU SWOBODA / Big Brothers Big Sisters   www.bbbs.org/centralmo

Today's guests are GARY WUNDER from the National Federation of the Blind, "Trivia Night"; and MIRIAM CULLIMORE from Touch Point Autism, "Piece by Piece" Conference.

Today's guests are LYNN EATON and NAN LIN from the CMDA, "Nutrition/Cooking Class: Tips for Holiday Meals"; and Hickman High School Students NATALIE HEATH and MYAH McCRARY, "Can Food Drive and Hog Roast".

Today's guests are KELLIE DONAHOE and BRITTANY ARNOLD with MU Student Activities such as Homecoming and the planned GUSTER concert; also, BRYAN GARTON and KRISTEN SMARR with the College of Ag, Food and Natural Resources, "CAFNR Homecoming 100".

Today's guests are SCOTTIE RAWLINGS and NANCY PALMER from the MU Cosmopolitan International Diabetes Center, "Setting the Stage: Diabetes Self Management"; and DEBBIE SORRELL from the Columbia Fire Department.

Today's guests are RON SCHMIDT from the Voluntary Action Center; and LIZ SCHMIDT from the League of Women Voters.

Today's guest is storyteller LARRY BROWN. Larry tells a story titled, "Through the Window".

Today's guests are MARA BURGHARD from Christian Science Church - they're celebrating 100 years; and DIANA MOXON from the Columbia Art League.

Today's guests are NANETTE WARD and DEB HUME from the Central Missouri Stop Human Trafficking Coalition.

Today's guests are TODD DAVISON and the CAST of Maples Rep's latest production of "The Andrews Brothers". They perform two songs, "Marizy Doats" and "Accentuate the Positive"!

Today's guest is ASHLEY BURDEN from the Alzheimer's Association, the "Walk to End Alzheimer's".

Today's guests are WARREN DALTON and DAVID JAMES, authors and historians of Columbia, MO. Today they're discussing their book, "The Writings of North Todd Gentry".

Today's guests are MAJOR KENDALL MATHEWS from the Salvation Army; and CRAIG STEVENSON and MARIN BLEVINS from the Mayors Council on Physical Fitness and Health.

Today's guests are LESLIE STOCK, KARA OBERKROM and TRENT RASH from Columbia Entertainment Company. They perform a song from their latest production of "Dracula, the Musical".

Today's guests are BILLY POLANSKY from the Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture, "Harvest Hootenanny"; and MARGARET TOLLERTON from Missouri Cures.

Today's guests are Urogynecologist JOHN OCCHINO from the MU Women's and Children's Hospital; and LISA ROHMILLER from the City of Columbia, "Volunteer for the Hinkson Clean Sweep".

Today's guests are PAUL TATUM and SARAH WILLSON, Missouri End-of-Life Coalition "2011 Seventh Annual Policy Summit".

Today's guests are AMY BYERGO, Adult Day Connections and ROB CROUSE, Capital City Players.

Today's guests are TIM REINBOTT, Bradford Research and Extension Center, and SCOTT WILDGEN and CALLIE LOCKHART, MU Student Activities.

Today's guest is MEL ZELENAK "Consumer Expert".

Today's guest is HENRY ATKINSON "Constitution Day".

Today's guests are JEAN HOWARD, Central Missouri Dietetic Association "Vitamin D recommendations", and MARY ANN SCHENEMAN and KATE QUINN, Robert G. Combs Language Preschool / MU Speech and Hearing Clinic "Let's Talk".

Today's guest is BARB KING, Ronald McDonald House Charities "Show-Me 100 Bike Ride".

Today's guests are ANDREA FOX, MU Health Care "Living Gracefully as Seniors" and JAN DYE, Osage Sierra Club "Terra Bella Farm".

Today Paul chats with Katlyn Shackles from the Boone County Council on Aging about the Mature Living Festival that's right around the corner! Lisa Rohmiller also stops by because the Heritage Festival is also just around the corner!

Today Paul chats with Dave Mars from Columbia Water and Light. Even though it's September, temperatures can still heat up - Dave has tips on ways to keep your cooling costs low at home and shows us a filter someone used for TWO YEARS.

Today Paul chats with Vera Massey from University Extension. Vera shares her tips on taking care of yourself - body and mind - and talks about her upcoming eight-week class titled, simply, Taking Care of You.

Today Paul chats with Bill Clark with the Columbia Audubon Society; also, Columbia favorite Cindy Mustard is here - this time talking about the King's Daughters Holiday Festival.

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