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Every weekday in Gualala, Calif., radio listeners can tune into the long-running show “Peggy’s Place” on KGUA to learn about their neighbors and the rest of the world. The show is just one of the many projects spanning the 50-year radio career of its host, Peggy Berryhill. She started with the show “Living on Indian Time” on KPFA in Berkeley, Calif. in 1973. She has since worked at National Public Radio, helped develop Native stations, mentored Native broadcasters, and founded the Native Media Resource Center. She has picked up numerous awards and accolades along the way. We’ll get her take on her notable accomplishments and the future of Native radio.
Peggy Berryhill (Muscogee [Creek] Nation), General Manager of KGUA
Break 1 music: Stomp Dance (song) Various Artists (artist) Stomp Dance Songs Of The Muscogee Nation, Volume 1 (album)
Break 2 music: The Spin of the Earth (song) Keith Secola (artist) Portals (album)