The Dirty Spoon Radio Hour is a monthly radio show on 103.7 FM WPVM.
Once a month, we bring you stories, music and conversations about the tastes, sights, and sounds that add depth to our lives. We care less about the trends or the buzz of the day, and more about the currents that run through our cultures. Tune in for music, interviews, essays, and stories from the people who craft what we consume.
Tune In Fridays at 5pm EST
Episode 10 (original air date May 4, 2019)
Episode 11 (original air date June 7, 2019)
Episode 12 (original air date July 5, 2019)
Episode 13 (original air date August 2, 2019)
Episode 14 (original air date September 6, 2019)
Episode 15 (original air date October 4, 2019)
Episode 16 (original air date November 1, 2019)
ARCHIVES FROM SEASON 1
Episode 1 (original air date May 18, 2018)
Episode 2 (original air date June 15, 2018)
Episode 3 (original air date July 6, 2018)
Episode 4 (original air date August 3, 2018)
Episode 5 (original air date September 7, 2018)
Episode 6 (original air date October 5, 2018)
Episode 7 (original air date November 2, 2018)
Episode 8 (original air date December 7, 2018)
Episode 9 (original air date January 4, 2019)
Radio Underwriter: The Market Place Restaurant
Many thanks to our underwriter, The Market Place Restaurant. Established in 1979 in downtown Asheville, North Carolina, The Market Place offers sustainable, innovative dishes crafted from locally-sourced ingredients.
Underwrite the Dirty Spoon Radio Hour
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss becoming an underwriter for the show on 103.7 WPVM.
Support us on Patreon
You can also support us on Patreon through a subscription-based donation and receive exclusive access & interviews, updates and custom-illustrated swag.
Online Sponsor: Organic Growers School
Looking to launch or expand your farming business? The Organic Growers School’s Farm Beginnings® Year-Long Farmer Training program is now accepting applications. The Farm Beginnings® class is a part-time 12-month training program that uses holistic management to help beginning farmers clarify their goals and strengths, establish a strong enterprise plan and to build a profitable operation. The course uses a mix of classroom sessions taught by regional farmers, on-farm tours, mentorship, and an extensive farmer network. Classes begin in October at Creekside Farm and Education Center in Arden, NC.