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Broken Road Radio is an old, familiar flavor of radio, much closer to what you may remember listening to on the radio if you tuned in during the 60’s, except we’re grownups now. Here you’ll enjoy the music of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, both sacred and popular. We play newer music, too, but we’re downright picky about it. We throw in an occasional mental meander now and then just to see if you’re paying attention, and we’re not shy about offering a little encouragement and inspiration, either. We’re not here to teach. We’re here to listen and learn right along with you. We’re about depth, not dogma. This is radio for grownups. We’re glad you found us!

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Guest_7944
That's it. Thanks!
Jim Park
We're peeking over the edge of another Fair Friday and find ourselves overflowing with music. Not a bad place to be, at all. Welcome to Broken Road Radio and to the Morning Show! The week has fairly disappeared on us, so we'll make the best of what remains. Thanks for joining us today! David will be along to handle news duties and I'll do my best to aggravate him ...gently, of course.

We amble ever onward ...sun
Jim Park
Another rescue video ...the rescue and the video performed by drone. Neat story: https://www.sunnyskyz.com/good-news/2602/2-Teens-Were-Rescued-By-A-Drone-While-Lifeguards-Were-Still-Learning-How-To-Use-It
SFB
Good to hear from you, JimPark
Jim Park
It's neat to have you listening. Really.
SFB
Such a great mix of genres and artists.
SFB
Would you please post the link for that story about 11 nations?
SFB
That's pretty cool! But also perhaps a bit disturbing. The
SFB
...Oklahoma panhandle is a different region than the rest of the state
Jim Park
Would you read it the same way? Oil vs. Cowboys maybe?
Guest_7973
Not necessarily. I do agree with this generalization of the region:Woodard describes the Greater Appalachian culture as "characterized by a warrior ethic and a commitment to personal sovereignty and individual liberty."
Guest_7973
...and Panhandle falls here: Midlands society is "pluralistic and organized around the middle class," Woodard wrote. People here reject government intrusion.
Guest_7973
But in some ways, both descriptions apply to all the state. We do have ourshare of progressives and liberals though.
Guest_7973
Out for an 8:30 meeting today. will catch you (all y'all) again when I can. Thanks for this place called Broken Road Radio... Adieu...Adious...TTFN...bye
Jim Park
Stay safe ... see 'ya.
Guest_7973
wow...where did you find the Wurlitzer?
Jim Park
Way backstage. Been there for decades. Dusty. Untouched until Earl found it.
Guest_7973
The Carpenters music brings such back memories. Thanks for playing so much of it, including Yesterday, Once More., which is playing right now.
Guest_7985
Amazing! I literally had just finished watching the trailer for the new movie about this song, and immediately Mercy Me and I can Only Imagine began to play here. Powerful song, terrific testimony. God's timing...
Jim Park
smile
Jim Park
We'll savor the weekend right along with you, immersing ourselves in the best music from the past six decades and then some. Baby boomers listen up! ...your music is back. Welcome to Broken Road Radio!

Comments and music requests invited ...ok
Guest_7994
Mornin', Broken Road travelers....
Guest_7994
Wow. When was thelast time I heard THAT song?
Guest_7995
Beautiful sunny Saturday with temps forecast to rise above freezing for the first time in a while. Coffee, sunshine, and Broken Road Radio. What a great combination to lift the spirit.
Guest_7994
50 in our neck of the woods, hazy, 21 mph winds. Headed for 60. I can deal with the wind ok
Guest_7994
Broken Road Radio. Good stuff here.
Guest_7999
If the weekend crew is on duty, can he take a music request? Never Gonna Let You Go. Sergio Mendes et al
Jim Park
Oops. Sorry. We've been asleep at the wheel, apparently. We'l have to catch you next time!
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Coming up this week on Broken Road Radio …

While we understand that most folks listen to us for the music, you should know that our 8:00 (Central) hour weekday mornings will again contain conversations with some articulate folks with special knowledge to share with you. Not sermons. Not preachy stuff. Not churchy, either. Typically, these last for 30 minutes or so, then it’s back to music. If you don’t mind going a bit deeper into the things that matter, listen for these special people …

• Dr. Don Clark, a biochemist and board Vice Chairman with Creation Moments, joins us each Tuesday morning during our 8:00 hour Central. You’ll enjoy a true scientist’s perspective on faith and you can join the discussion in the chat window above. Creation vs. evolution? Science vs. faith? Will the war ever end? Listen in as we lob a few shells over the ramparts.

• Doug Greenwold, Senior Teaching Fellow at Preserving Bible Times visits just after 8:00 Central each Wednesday morning to guide us through the historical and cultural context of Scripture.

• Gisle Sorli, our resident Norwegian and Family Wealth Counselor, visits Thursday mornings just after 8:00 when we discover together just how broad a meaning has the term “stewardship”.

Tune in for our live Morning Show from 7 – 10am Central each weekday beginning in November …but you can listen all day, every day for music you’ll remember, music that inspires, makes you smile and even teaches. These are melodies that please, lyrics you can understand and artists that won’t yell at you.

We invite you to visit our Podcast page to hear and download past conversations with Doug Greenwold, Dr. Don Clark, Gisle Sorli and many others …and thanks for finding Broken Road Radio!

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