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Valley Voices Radio
Valley Voices Radio
Saturdays at noon on 88.5 FM

Valley Voices Radio is a special eight-episode series that brings local storytellers to the mic. We’ve lined up some of the best stories from some of the most talented, funny and downright awesome storytellers we've met.

The radio show is an extension of NEPM’s Valley Voice Story Slam event series, produced in partnership with the Academy of Music Theatre. Over seven seasons, Valley Voices Story Slam has brought hundreds of local storytellers on stage to share their true stories with live audiences at venues across the region.

Here you can find the Valley Voices podcast, the YouTube series and more information about our live shows.

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  • This week on Valley Voices Radio, stories from the digital dating scene - some scandalous and some stirring. It’s “Love Me Tinder” - three stories told on our Valley Voices stage.
  • New England Public Media’s Valley Voices Radio has three more stories for you this week, with daring exploits and truthful revelations - Nicole Hamer, Diedre Cuffey-Grey and Sue Schmidt are this week’s storytellers.
  • For this episode of Valley Voices Radio, we’ve got three tales of getting “Busted” - Kate Mesmer, Doug Keighton and Summer Kaeppel get into some sticky situations, and end up getting caught!
  • For this episode of Valley Voices Radio, we're bringing you the many permutations of “Family Drama” with stories from Moth StorySLAM champion Matthew Dicks, “Rhymes With Orange” cartoonist Hilary Price and spoken word artist Tasha Jones.
  • We're hitting the highway on this week's Valley Voices Radio, with stories from Phil Simon, Jenny Powers and Karen Fisk. They were on stage at NEPM's Story Slam, when the theme of the evening was "Open Road".
  • This week on Valley Voices Radio, it’s stories about the “First Time” - whether it’s a first kiss, a first baby, or even just the first day on the job, folks from around here came to our Valley Voices story slam to tell us all about it.
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  • Valley Voices Radio brings you stories that you’re not going to believe are true, from people you might actually know! Christine Stevens, Sera Rivers and David Bulley share stories from a wild night of storytelling at Hawks & Reed in Greenfield, Mass., where the theme of the night was "Sweet & Salty."