“Small Talks, Big Ideas” is a weekly 30 minute show on WOHM 96.3 FM that is a collaborative space shared by 4 of our community’s nonprofit organizations, including Lowcountry Local First, Coastal Conservation League, Charleston Moves and If You Were Mayor.
While these 4 nonprofit and advocacy organizations serve very different needs in our community, they are largely aligned in their vision for the future. They’re alike in the desire to see our city grow wisely and in ways that value and celebrate all of its citizens, its environment and its uniqueness. These organizations are focused on clean air and water, on equal access for pedestrians and people on bikes, on supporting the independent, locally-owned businesses and farmers in our community — and everything in between. They’re passionate about supporting and protecting the unique character and culture of the place we so proudly call home.
Tune in Wednesdays at 8am or catch it again Fridays at 2pm!
96.3 FM Ohm Radio provides non-commercial, locally-produced programming, dedicated to serving Charleston with a wide range of community perspectives and really good music.
Below you’ll find interviews conducted by If You Were Mayor’s Whitney Powers. Keep checking in as we upload more interviews as they become available.
“Small Talk” with Winslow Hastie of Historic Charleston Foundation
“Small Talk” with Harry Lesesne of The Charleston Parks Conservancy
“Small Talk” with John Tecklenburg, Mayor-elect of Charleston, SC
“Small Talk” with Ray Huff, Director, Clemson Center for Architecture (Charleston)
“Small Talk” with Steve Warner of the Charleston Regional Development Alliance
“Small Talk” with Catherine Zommer of Enough Pie
“Small Talk” with Jonathan Sanchez of Ya’llFest and Blue Bicycle Books
“Small Talk” with Jeremy Rutledge of Circular Congregational Church
“Small Talk” with Charlie Smith of West Ashley
“Small Talk” with Dr. Kendra Stewart of the Riley Institute for Livable Communities
“Small Talk” with Michelle Mapp of the South Carolina Community Loan Fund
“Small Talk” with Kat Morgan of Allies Take Action