Talk of Iowa is the place for Iowans to interact with and learn from each other. Together we delve into culture, history, art, and literature. We want you to come away connected to our culture and what it means to live in Iowa.
Exploring Iowa Gardens Of The Past
Host Charity Nebbe speaks with author Beth Cody about her latest book "Iowa Gardens of the Past: Lost & Historic Gardens of Iowa 1850-1980"
Looking Back At The "Roaring 20s" In Iowa
Host Charity Nebbe speaks with Leo Landis of the State Historical Society of Iowa about life in the Hawkeye state during the 1920s.
James Tutson On His New Music And "Neighbors" Non-Profit
Host Charity Nebbe speaks with Iowa City-based singer-songwriter James Tutson.
Reflecting On A Life Together, Well Lived: Chuck And Carla Offenburger
Host Charity Nebbe speaks with Chuck and Carla Offenburger about their love story, cancer and living life to the fullest.
What To Look For While Shopping For New Plants
Host Charity Nebbe speaks with horticulturists Aaron Steil and Cindy Haynes for this edition of Talk of Iowa.
Iowa's Nature Series Tells The Story Of A Land Between Two Rivers And Its Rich Heritage
Host Charity Nebbe and her guests talk about Iowa's Nature Series — a collaborative project with 35 authors to produce educational resources about Iowa's natural world.
Exquisitely informative, unassumingly entertaining
In true Iowa fashion, Charity Nebbe welcomes her on-air guests with a tone of genuine intrigue that invites listeners and and guests alike into a space of sharing both educational and personal. Its nonchalant presentation makes this program the perfect companion to bouts of house chores or cooking, long drives, and moments of downtime. As a post-college student who's lived outside Iowa for years, I must thank Ms. Nebbe and the rest of the team for consistently renewing my Iowa pride and offering me a way to welcome my non-Iowan friends into a deeper understanding of my love for this land of pigs and corn (and so much more). Well done!