Radio shows

The legacy of Linda’s radio shows with host George Whitehurst Berry on his show “Crash, Are you Ready?” is here, in the mp3 format.

Clicking on one in a modern browser will open it in a new tab and play it. If your browser doesn’t do that, you’ll have to right click the link, choose “save as”, “save link as” or other words to that effect, and save the file to your computer. Get an mp3 player and listen as many times as you like.

If this becomes a big bandwidth issue for us, we’ll probably remove the links and make access to them a membership thing, also offering them on CD for the folks still on dialup.

Also, the indexes are available as .txt files (pretty much exactly the text below for each year), and the .zip files will make it easier to download whole years at a time if you’re intent on doing that.  Please be courteous of bandwidth — take all you want but ‘eat’ all you take.


2007 — Index — Zip archive
2007-Sep 5, VERY FIRST SHOW! How it began, precautions.
2007-Sep 12, Repeat of Sept 5, 2007
2007-Oct 1, Urban wild food gardens
2007-Oct 25, Being prepared for emergencies
2007-Nov 1, Repeat of Oct 25, 2007
2007-Nov 15, More about Linda, her books, pine tree
2007-Nov 22, Beginnings, pine and balsam, fireweed, hints
2007-Dec 13, Identification walks, urban wild food plots

2008 — Index — Zip archive
2008-Jan 21, Wild foods for children
2008-Jan 22, Linda’s friend, Willy Whitefeather
(no shows in February 2008)
2008-Mar 11, Wild food recipes, 6 spring plants to look for
(no shows in April 2008)
2008-May 12, Edible flowers
2008-May 13, Edible trees and bushes
2008-Jun 30, Suburban food hunts, pine
2008-Jul 1, Stories from Homestead Memories
(no shows in August 2008)
2008-Sep 10, Edible tree bark
2008-Oct 6, Vegetables nutritionally matched to wild foods
2008-Oct 29, Survival soups
2008-Nov 14, Repeat of Jan 22, 2008
2008-Nov 18, How to gather and prepare for storage
2008-Dec 3, Pine, aloe, amaranth, arrowhead, aster
2008-Dec 4, More on arrowhead, berries, birch, bulrush, burdock
2008-Dec 8, Cattail, chamomile, chickweed, chicory, foraging rules
2008-Dec 9, Chicory, beware red stems, clover, daisy, dock
2008-Dec 10, Cholla, balsam
2008-Dec 15, Lambs quarters, meadowsweet
2008-Dec 22, Milkweed, mint, mullein, mustard
2008-Dec 23, Nettle, phragmites, pine
2008-Dec 29, Primrose, plantain, prickly pear
2008-Dec 30, Purslane, Queen Anne’s lace

2009 — Index — Zip archive
2009-Jan 5, Essentials, growing indoors, thistle
2009-Jan 6, Essentials, tumbleweed
2009-Feb 2, Essential Wild Foods
2009-Feb 3, Essential Wild Foods (continued)
(no shows in March 2009)
2009-Apr 1, New DVD
2009-May 6, Edible flowers
2009-May 22, New DVD
2009-May 25, New DVD
2009-Jun 23, More edible flowers
(no shows in July or August 2009)
2009-Sep 7, Lambs Quarters, identifying in season
2009-Sep 21, Fancy menus with free wild food
2009-Sep 28, Pine tree, primrose, wild food hints
2009-Oct 5, More on hints
2009-Oct 19, Final show on hints, aloe
2009-Oct 26, Sundries, survival lessons for children, Part 1
2009-Nov 2, Sundries, survival lessons for children, Part 2
2009-Nov 9, Wild Food survival pack, Part 1
2009-Nov 16, Wild Food survival pack, Part 2
2009-Nov 23, Swamps
2009-Nov 30, Swamp plant uses for your table
2009-Dec 7, Mullein, nettles
2009-Dec 14, Christmas tree and wreath for a year’s use
2009-Dec 21, Nettles
2009-Dec 28, Poisonous look-alikes

2010 — Index — Zip archive
2010-Jan 7, Roots
2010-Jan 14, More roots
2010-Jan 18, Wild food to flour
2010-Jan 26, Wild salad hints
2010-Feb 1, Prickly things in salads
2010-Feb 8, Growing wild salads in your house
2010-Feb 15, Twigs and buds, trees and bushes
2010-Feb 23, Gathering hints
2010-Mar 1, Native American wild food preferences
2010-Mar 8, Bark trees and twigs
2010-Mar 15, Edibles used for medicinal purposes; infusions
2010-Mar 22, Clover, processing and uses
2010-Mar 29, Plantain and chickweed
2010-Apr 5, Curly dock and tumbleweed
2010-Apr 12, Aloe Vera and its uses
2010-Apr 19, Detail for sow thistle, wild lettuce
2010-Apr 26, Detail for wild mustard (yellow, white, black), Shepherd’s Purse
2010-May 3 , Malva Neglecta
2010-May 10, Fireweed on sides of volcanos/burned areas
2010-May 17, The armored holy thistle, milk thistle
2010-May 24, Malva/Milk thistle in depth
2010-May 31, Repeat of May 10, 2010
2010-Jun 1, Saguaro, prickly pear In depth
2010-Jun 7, Queen Ann’s Lace, poisonous look-alikes, hemlocks
2010-Jun 14, How to organize becoming a wild food expert
2010-Jun 21, Wild teas survival style
2010-Jun 28, Wild roses
2010-Jul 6, How to eat your pine tree
2010-Jul 12, Beginning of grass food
2010-Jul 19, Grasses continued
2010-Jul 26, Substitutes
2010-Aug 2, Lamb’s Quarters in detail
2010-Aug 9, Hints to save money
2010-Aug 16, Which plants to get before winter comes 
2010-Aug 23, Sorrels and their uses
2010-Aug 30, Evening Primrose in detail
2010-Sep 6, Rebrodcast – Willy Whitefeather
2010-Sep 13, Eating cactus
2010-Sep 20, Survival Backpack of wild food
2010-Oct 4, Plants harvested in the fall before snow
2010-Oct 11, Gourmet meals with wild food
2010-Oct 18, Roots, Part One
2010-Oct 25 Roots, Part Two
2010-Nov 1, Hints from Homestead Memories
2010-Nov 8, Showing the worldwide plants
2010-Nov 22, Odds and ends for winter survival – vegetarian turkey day
2010-Nov 29, Launch of new website, plants above the snow
2010-Dec 6, Grasses, worldwide
2010-Dec 13, A tour of Linda’s fridge, freezer and dry storage closet
2010-Dec 20, Rules & tools for collecting, preparing and using cactus 
2010-Dec 27, Many more uses for cactus

2011 — Index — Zip archive
2011-Jan 3, Pigweed – Amaranth varieties
2011-Jan 10, How to use Sorrels – wood, sheep and field (red) sorrels
2011-Jan 17, How to eat a tree – details
2011-Jan 24, More on trees, Maple, Pine, Balsam, Beach and Birch
2011-Jan 31, Special rebroadcast – True cause of MS, Alzheimer, Autism etc – Part 1
Part 2 of Dr Woodrow C Monte’s interview (6/10/2010)
2011-Feb 7, Swamp foraging
2011-Feb 14, More on swamping
2011-Feb 21, Save money by subtituting wild plants
2011-Feb 28, Burdock, Milkweed and early spring pickin’s
2011-Mar 7, The incredible, edible Rose
2011-Mar 14, Using the Wild food in your own yard
2011-Mar 21, Wild food in your own yard (continued)
2011-Mar 28, Protein rich wild foods
2011-Apr 4, First Aid using wild herbs
2011-Apr 11, First Aid (part 2)
2011-Apr 18, Meatless protein in the wild
2011-Apr 25, Wild foods high in fat
2011-May 2, Common lawn plants – 12 steps from lawn to food
2011-May 9, Preparing a meal from wild foods
2011-May 16, Grasses and grains
2011-May 23, Identification walks- rebroadcast of 12/13/07 show
2011-May 30, no program
2011-Jun 6, Edible flowers
2011-Jun 13, Jams and Jellies
2011-Jun 20, no program
2011-Jun 27, Oil, vinegar and pickles
2011-Jul 4, no program
2011-Jul 11, Collecting and using grains and grasses
2011-Jul 18, More on grasses
2011-Jul 25, Wild substitutes for common vegetables
2011-Aug 1, Sorrel, cautions and culinary creations
2011-Aug 8, Rebroadcast of 2008 Willy Whitefeather interview
2011-Aug 15, Save money using the wild food all around you
2011-Aug 22, Trees for food and more as described in Linda’s new book.
2011-Aug 29, Seed season – collecting winter nutrition
2011-Sep 5, no program
2011-Sep 12, Eat the Trees!, 6 common trees you can use food
2011-Sep 19, Edible parts of trees and shrubs
2011-Sep 26, no program
2011-Oct 3, no program
2011-Oct 10, no program
2011-Oct 17, Five nutritious food plants you’ll always find in your lawn
2011-Oct 24, Filarie, identification and uses and cautions – Wild food in Texas
2011-Oct 31, no program
2011-Nov 7, High energy Wild foods
2011-Nov 14, Edible flowers
2011-Nov 21, Helpful hints from Homestead Memories
2011-Nov 28, Growing wild food indoors
2011-Dec 5, More on growing wild food indoors – New Wild Food ID Book!
2011-Dec 12, no program
2011-Dec 19, no program
2011-Dec 26, Relevance of wild food – worldwide – indoors and out

2012 — Index — Zip archive
2012-Jan 2, Three nutritious plants – Malva, Milk Thistle and Nettle
2012-Jan 9, Many uses for Red clover, sorrell
2012-Jan 16, Nutrition, rules, sap and milk gum, seeds
2012-Jan 23, Save money with wild foods – Milkweed, crabgrass
2012-Jan 30, Homestead Memories Survival tips – milkweed Do’s and don’ts 
2012-Feb 6, Wild sweets and sugar substitutes
2012-Feb 13, Repeat of Oct 25, 2007
2012-Feb 21, Foraging and using grasses
2012-Feb 27, Many uses of twigs – identification walk
2012-Mar 5, Versatility and processing of red clover
2012-Mar 12, Processing clover into food
2012-Mar 19,Repeat of Sep 10,2008 Edible tree bark
2012-Mar 26, Many ways to prepare the wild plants in your yard
2012-Apr 2, no program


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