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Arts & Culture

Eichelberger Center for Community Voices Series
Culture Couch
Culture Couch is WYSO's occasional series exploring the arts and culture scene in our community. It’s stories about creativity – told through creative audio storytelling.
Dayton Youth Radio
Broadcasting new voices
The Race Project
The Race Project invites Miami Valley residents to talk about their life experiences through the prism of skin color. The conversations are honest, frank yet civil.
The Bind That Ties
Crossing borders, overcoming obstacles, starting life over again in a new country. WYSO's radio series The Bind That Ties brings you the stories of immigrants from around the Miami Valley.
The River Speaks: An Oral History of the Little Miami River
In this series you’ll hear stories about the health of the river, its place in our local culture and history and the wildlife and the humans who’ve made the river their home. The interviews were gathered by volunteers from the Little Miami River Watershed Network – and they were made into our radio series by WYSO producer Jason Reynolds.
West Dayton Stories
West Dayton Stories is a community-based story-telling project centered on the people and places of Dayton’s vibrant west side. WYSO brings together community producers to tell stories reflecting its proud history, current complexities, and future hopes.
Veterans' Voices
A veteran-to-veteran storytelling project designed to let Miami Valley veterans describe their own experiences, in their own words with a special focus on stories of re-entry into civilian life.
ReEntry Stories
Conversations, stories and perspectives from returned citizens in Southwest Ohio
Rediscovered Radio
Historic audio from the WYSO Archives
Loud As The Rolling Sea
Stories of the Civil Rights generation of activists, both Black and white, who were born in the 20s and 30s.
Studio Visit
WYSO's Studio Visit is about Miami Valley contemporary artists and the ideas that inspire their work. The series is produced by Susan Byrnes from the Eichelberger Center for Community Voices
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