Knox Community Well Be – DJ Anam

Show Hours: Saturdays 4pm – 5pm

Hi everyone – I’m Anam (pronounced Ah-num)

Welcome to Knox Community Well Be, part of WOZO Radio 103.9 FM, Knoxville’s Community Radio station. The show has been running since March 2018, and is a show for and about local communities and community well-being as told through interviews with me by community membersIn addition to interviews, guests pick songs that best that represent the work they do or that best represents well-being as they see it.

I also firmly believe that creativity is a major factor in enhancing health and well-being, both individually and as a community. That means that I frequently have creatives of all kinds on the show to read, perform and / or talk about their work.

If you are a group or individual doing community work or are an artist and would like to be the show, contact me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/knoxcommunitywellbe or through the website at www.wozoradio.com

I look forward to hearing from you!

 

– Guests to Date:

March 24 – Bryan Alexander – the Birdhouse Community Center (Knoxville) with special
guests, poets and writers John C. Mannone and Ann Thornfield Long

Podcast: Interview with Bryan Alexander

March 31 – Michael Covington – East Knoxville Community Meeting

Podcast: Interview with Mr. Covington, Part 1, Part 2

April 7 – Re-air of Mr. Covington’s interview (see Podcasts above)

April 21 – Gail Skelly – Salford (England) Community Light Festival (as part of my New
Orleans special)

Podcast: Interview with Gail Skelly

April 28 – Re-air of Bryan Alexander, Birdhouse Community Center (Knoxville) interview
in celebration of one month anniversary (see Podcast above)

May 5 – Special live show on issues around interpersonal violence and abuse (guests
not named)

Podcast: Podcast unavailable

May 12 – Addie Parr Arbach and Rebecca Arbach – Next Step Initiative

Podcast: Coming soon!

May 19 – Drocella Mugorewera – Bridge Refugee Services

Podcast: Podcast unavailable

May 26 – Poet, Author and Educator Devan Burton

Podcast: Interview with Devan Burton, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

June 2 – Larry Rhodes (Doubter 5), Atheist Society of Knoxville, DigitalFreeThought.com, Freethought Radio Hour on WOZO Radio, formerly Freethought Forum TV and Rationalists of East Tennessee

Podcast – courtesy of Larry Rhodes (Doubter 5) at DigitalFreethought.com, Show #102

June 9 – William Isom, East Tennessee PBS

Podcast: Interview with William Isom, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

June 16 – Ana Goncalves – Rescuing Health

Podcast: Interview with Ana Goncalves

June 23 – Dawn Schneider – DJ Cripchik Dawn, Disability Power show on WOZO Radio (and her work as an activist in the disability community)

Podcast: Interview with Dawn Schneider

June 30 – Hannah Gunderman – Knox Vegan and Knoxville Farmed Animal Save with special guest Tyler Sonnichsen, Comedian

Podcast: Interview with Hannah Gunderman and Tyler Sonnichsen, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

July 7 – Dr. Tyrone Wells (Wombat), WOZO DJ on Freethought Radio Hour, speaker, and founder of “Let’s Chat” (also here) street epistemology project (among many other things)

Podcast: Coming Soon!

July 14 – Bobby Fuego, MC, Founder, Elevated Minds Collective and Da Hitmen Productions, and Aaron Zecchini, Deadbeat Scoundrels

Podcast: Interview with Bobby Fuego and Aaron Zecchini

July 21 – WOZOfest 2018 coverage / Soundcloud artists’ playlist

July 28 – Dr. Gerry McCartney, Head of Public Health Observatory, NHS Health Scotland

Podcast: Interview with Dr. Gerry McCartney

August 4 – Alan Sims (Knoxville Urban Guy), Founder, Inside of Knoxville, and Radio Host, KnoxCentric, WUTK 90.3 the Rock

Podcast: Interview with Alan Sims, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

August 11 – Erin Elizabeth Smith and Katie Bell, Sundress Academy for the Arts / Sundress Publications / Firefly Farms

Podcast: Interview with Erin Elizabeth Smith and Katie Bell, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

August 25 – Dr. Stefanie Benjamin, University of Tennessee, Knoxville (RHTM)/Tourism RESET/Einstein Simplified

Podcast: Interview with Dr. Stefanie Benjamin, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

September 2 – Jack Knoxville, Founder & Executive Director, Trans Empowerment Project and Digital Organizer, Planned Parenthood Action Fund

Podcast: Interview with Jack Knoxville, Part 1, Part 2

September 8 – Dr. Marilyn Kallet, Knoxville’s Poet Laureate, Professor Emerita, University of Tennessee, Department of English / Creative Writing, Poetry Workshop Leader, VCCA-International

Podcast: Interview with Dr. Marilyn Kallet

September 15 – Cos McCord (Cos#420 / Tony Slu) and Greg Caldwell (B.L.A.C.K. / 865finest), CoFounders, $lu (Strength, Loyalty, Unity) (with Brian B.T. Tate – TuPair / 2Pair)

Podcast: Interview with Cos and Greg, Part 1, Part 2

September 22 – Sharon Mishler Fox, Poet and President-Elect, Poetry Society of Tennessee, Knoxville Chapter

Podcast: Interview with Sharon Mishler Fox, Part1, Part 2, Part 3

September 29 – International activists (guests not named)

Podcast: Podcast unavailable

October 6 – International activists (guests not named)

Podcast: Podcast unavailable

October 13 – Miriam Davis, the Children’s Diversity and Justice Library

Podcast: Interview with Miriam Davis, Part 1, Part 2

October 20 – Ajeet Khalsa, Founder, Ajeet Yoga and Healing Arts

Podcast: Interview with Ajeet Khalsa

October 27 – Rev Shaundra Cunningham, Minister, Chaplain, Faith Organizer/Activist

Podcast: Podcast unavailable

November 3 – Special live show on issues around interpersonal violence and abuse (guests
not named)

Podcast: Podcast unavailable

November 10 – Hannah Gunderman, Kickstand (Knoxville)

Podcast: Interview with Hannah Gunderman, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Be sure to visit  Knox Community Well Be on Facebook and Instagram (and on WOZO’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter), every Saturday to see the upcoming guest(s) for the day! 

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Thank you!!

Note: All podcasts can be found on Knox Community Well Be’s Podcasts.com page unless noted otherwise. Some podcasts are unavailable as a matter of precaution.
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