Cider Fact

"I like trees because they seem more resigned to the way they have to live than other things."

Willa Cather

Big inspiration in a small package.

Audio Essays

Life on the farm is isolating, frustrating and always compelling. And also full not just of moments that stand still, but hours. Cidermaker Diane Flynt's Audio Essays on WVTF public radio in Roanoke, VA and WFDD in Winston Salem, NC capture a few moments of life on the farm and in the orchard. Listen in and enjoy farm life without all the tractor driving.

mp3 fileReflections on memory by Diane Flynt. A radio essay from WVTF public radio.

mp3 fileHear Diane Flynt on driving aimlessly on country roads. A radio essay from WVTF public radio.

mp3 fileListen to Diane Flynt tell (almost) all about ramps. A radio essay from WFDD public radio.

mp3 fileDiane talks about Fall, fleeting and precious. A radio essay from WFDD public radio.

mp3 fileHear about hunting late summer fruit. A radio essay from WFDD public radio.

mp3 fileHear Diane Flynt describe how prunning helps love blossom and grow. A radio essay from WFDD public radio.

mp3 fileHear Diane Flynt remembers how snowfall changed the landscape. A radio essay from WVTF public radio.

mp3 fileHear Diane Flynt on loving neighbors. A radio essay from WVTF public radio.

mp3 fileHear Diane Flynt on growing fruits and vegtables. A radio essay from WVTF public radio.

mp3 fileHear Diane Flynt on summer's sounds. A radio essay from WVTF public radio.

mp3 fileHear Diane Flynt on Spring in the orchard. A radio essay from WVTF public radio.