Floridays

Janie Gould hosts and produces “Floridays,” an award-winning weekly show that’s now in its fourth year.  She has interviewed a wide cross-section of Floridians about life in the Sunshine State, on such  topics as mullet migration, lobster harvesting, early television, colorful politicians, roadside oddities, cattle ranching, farming, home remedies and numerous other topics. “Floridays” airs every Friday at 7:20 a.m. and 6:01 p.m. on the radio at 88.9 FM or online at wqcs.org.  Past shows can be accessed by visiting the website and clicking on Audio Archive and then Programs. 

Even though the work preparing turkeys for customers was messy and arduous, Ruth McCloud still enjoys turkey at holiday dinners

Authors Nick Wynne and Joe Crankshaw say the results of the blockade against shipping to the Confederacy were mixed, at best.

Janie Gould

All-Saints Episcopal Church in Jensen Beach dates back to 1899. Long-time member Joyce Fletcher has written a history of it.

Seven Gables House once held family of 11

Sep 8, 2011
Janie Gould

Elodie McCready remembers sharing a bathroom with six sisters, all of whom had to get ready for school at the same time.  

Zora Neale Hurston's final decade chronicled

Sep 7, 2011

Here, Hurston biographer Lynn Moylan talks about the writer's relationship with the Smathers family of Miami. George Smathers was a U.S. senator.  

Vero retiree went to first Super Bowl

Sep 4, 2011

He bought his ticket in the middle of the game, for "$10 or $15," and said the stadium had a lot of empty seats.

Janie Gould

Alma Lee Loy tells the story.

Jupiter native remembers town's pioneer days

Jul 16, 2011

Carlin White, a former mayor of Jupiter,  was 104 when he spoke to Janie Gould in 1911. 

A Victorian globe-trotter from New Zealand named Nelson Fell bought marshland in 1911 that became the town of Fellsmere. Local history enthusiast Richard Votapka, who portrays Fell in re-enactments, discusses the life of this remarkable man. 

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