The Radio Bristol Book Club
The Birthplace of Country Music and the Bristol Public Library are coming together each month to celebrate and explore the wonderful world of literature. Join us for the Radio Bristol Book Club, a program airing the 4th Thursday of every month at noon. Your hosts Rene Rodgers and Tonia Kestner, along with two volunteer readers, will dig deep into the feelings and questions raised by one selected book each month.
Each month after reading the book, tune in to the book club discussion via Radio Bristol 100.1 FM, Radio Bristol online, or the NEW Radio Bristol App. You can also send us any of your book questions email@example.com.The discussions are always lively and interesting, and we sometimes even get the chance to chat to the author afterwards! More details available here.
Read along with us each month starting in January 2021! Here’s the list of upcoming books:
OCTOBER 28, 2021
The Moon-Eyed People: Folk Tales from Welsh America
by Peter Stevenson
NOVEMBER 18, 2021
Hear My Sad Story: The True Tales That Inspired “Stagolee,” “John Henry,” and Other Traditional American Folk Songs
by Richard Polenberg
DECEMBER 23, 2021
Songteller: My Life in Lyrics
by Dolly Parton with Robert K. Oermann
ABOUT THE RADIO BRISTOL BOOK CLUB
Readers from the Birthplace of Country Music Museum and the Bristol Public Library come together to explore books inspired by the music and cultural heritage of our region in this program that airs on WBCM Radio Bristol every fourth Thursday of the month. (Please note that the Radio Bristol Book Club dates in November and December might be earlier due to Thanksgiving and Christmas.)