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Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People

Stories about the people, history and culture of the Cherokee Nation. Hosted by Jennifer Loren.

  • Wednesday, September 25
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People" honors Cherokee veterans and heroes. Meet Echo Rider, a Cherokee "Rosie the Riveter," learn about the career of Navy Admiral Jocko Clark, the highest-ranking Cherokee Nation citizen in the history of the U.S. armed forces, and pay tribute to a recently fallen soldier, Army Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler, the first American to be killed in combat with ISIS. Get ready for the holidays with Buddy Stacy, who creates handcrafted wooden toys for Cherokee children in his own Santa's workshop, and learn Cherokee words and phrases in the language lesson.
  • Saturday, September 28
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People" honors Cherokee veterans and heroes. Meet Echo Rider, a Cherokee "Rosie the Riveter," learn about the career of Navy Admiral Jocko Clark, the highest-ranking Cherokee Nation citizen in the history of the U.S. armed forces, and pay tribute to a recently fallen soldier, Army Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler, the first American to be killed in combat with ISIS. Get ready for the holidays with Buddy Stacy, who creates handcrafted wooden toys for Cherokee children in his own Santa's workshop, and learn Cherokee words and phrases in the language lesson.
  • Sunday, September 29
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People" honors Cherokee veterans and heroes. Meet Echo Rider, a Cherokee "Rosie the Riveter," learn about the career of Navy Admiral Jocko Clark, the highest-ranking Cherokee Nation citizen in the history of the U.S. armed forces, and pay tribute to a recently fallen soldier, Army Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler, the first American to be killed in combat with ISIS. Get ready for the holidays with Buddy Stacy, who creates handcrafted wooden toys for Cherokee children in his own Santa's workshop, and learn Cherokee words and phrases in the language lesson.
  • Wednesday, October 2
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Saturday, October 5
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Sunday, October 6
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
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  • Wednesday, October 9
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Saturday, October 12
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Sunday, October 13
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
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  • Wednesday, October 16
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Saturday, October 19
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Sunday, October 20
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
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  • Wednesday, October 23
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," we meet award-winning newspaper reporter Graham Lee Brewer, who has written about some of the biggest stories to take place in Oklahoma. OsiyoTV follows as he goes in search of his Cherokee ancestors to uncover more of his heritage and identity. We talk to 13-year-old archer Heaven Cochran, who defies the odds by taking aim at an active life despite severe birth defects to her hands. Finally, OsiyoTV finds 19-year-old Mason Gray working the way his forebearers did hundreds of years ago. The Cherokee Nation citizen tells why he's determined to learn traditional crafts and skills and teach them to others. The Cherokee Almanac recounts the 1785 Treaty of Hopewell, and the language lesson teaches how to talk about age.
  • Saturday, October 26
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    In this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," we meet award-winning newspaper reporter Graham Lee Brewer, who has written about some of the biggest stories to take place in Oklahoma. OsiyoTV follows as he goes in search of his Cherokee ancestors to uncover more of his heritage and identity. We talk to 13-year-old archer Heaven Cochran, who defies the odds by taking aim at an active life despite severe birth defects to her hands. Finally, OsiyoTV finds 19-year-old Mason Gray working the way his forebearers did hundreds of years ago. The Cherokee Nation citizen tells why he's determined to learn traditional crafts and skills and teach them to others. The Cherokee Almanac recounts the 1785 Treaty of Hopewell, and the language lesson teaches how to talk about age.
  • Sunday, October 27
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," we meet award-winning newspaper reporter Graham Lee Brewer, who has written about some of the biggest stories to take place in Oklahoma. OsiyoTV follows as he goes in search of his Cherokee ancestors to uncover more of his heritage and identity. We talk to 13-year-old archer Heaven Cochran, who defies the odds by taking aim at an active life despite severe birth defects to her hands. Finally, OsiyoTV finds 19-year-old Mason Gray working the way his forebearers did hundreds of years ago. The Cherokee Nation citizen tells why he's determined to learn traditional crafts and skills and teach them to others. The Cherokee Almanac recounts the 1785 Treaty of Hopewell, and the language lesson teaches how to talk about age.
  • Wednesday, October 30
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet Cherokee Nation citizens across the country: scuba dive with wounded warriors in Puerto Rico, learn about the Native fashion designer who revolutionized the art scene in the Southwestern U.S., and visit with generations of family singers in the heart of the Cherokee Nation. Learn about the far reaching impact of the Dawes Commission in the Cherokee Almanac, and practice speaking Cherokee words and phrases in the language lesson.
  • Saturday, November 2
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet Cherokee Nation citizens across the country: scuba dive with wounded warriors in Puerto Rico, learn about the Native fashion designer who revolutionized the art scene in the Southwestern U.S., and visit with generations of family singers in the heart of the Cherokee Nation. Learn about the far reaching impact of the Dawes Commission in the Cherokee Almanac, and practice speaking Cherokee words and phrases in the language lesson.
  • Sunday, November 3
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Meet Cherokee Nation citizens across the country: scuba dive with wounded warriors in Puerto Rico, learn about the Native fashion designer who revolutionized the art scene in the Southwestern U.S., and visit with generations of family singers in the heart of the Cherokee Nation. Learn about the far reaching impact of the Dawes Commission in the Cherokee Almanac, and practice speaking Cherokee words and phrases in the language lesson.
  • Wednesday, November 6
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet Mary Kathryn Nagle, an accomplished attorney and playwright; paddle Oregon's Willamette River with JoEllen Marshall; catch up with the Professional Bull Riding World Finals winner Ryan Dirteater; and get in the studio with sculptor Daniel HorseChief. Learn the cattle ranching history of the Cherokee Strip, and practice speaking Cherokee words and phrases in this month's "Let's Talk Cherokee."
  • Saturday, November 9
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet Mary Kathryn Nagle, an accomplished attorney and playwright; paddle Oregon's Willamette River with JoEllen Marshall; catch up with the Professional Bull Riding World Finals winner Ryan Dirteater; and get in the studio with sculptor Daniel HorseChief. Learn the cattle ranching history of the Cherokee Strip, and practice speaking Cherokee words and phrases in this month's "Let's Talk Cherokee."
  • Sunday, November 10
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Meet Mary Kathryn Nagle, an accomplished attorney and playwright; paddle Oregon's Willamette River with JoEllen Marshall; catch up with the Professional Bull Riding World Finals winner Ryan Dirteater; and get in the studio with sculptor Daniel HorseChief. Learn the cattle ranching history of the Cherokee Strip, and practice speaking Cherokee words and phrases in this month's "Let's Talk Cherokee."
  • Wednesday, November 13
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," learn to make a traditional bow with Cherokee National Treasure Richard Fields, hit the races with acclaimed horse trainer Dee Keener, and hear about the career of internationally celebrated opera singer Barbara McAlister. This month's "Cherokee Almanac" tells the story of the first woman physician in Indian Territory, and in the "Let's Talk Cherokee," learn to ask "Where do you live" and "Do you have brothers and sisters?"
  • Saturday, November 16
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," learn to make a traditional bow with Cherokee National Treasure Richard Fields, hit the races with acclaimed horse trainer Dee Keener, and hear about the career of internationally celebrated opera singer Barbara McAlister. This month's "Cherokee Almanac" tells the story of the first woman physician in Indian Territory, and in the "Let's Talk Cherokee," learn to ask "Where do you live" and "Do you have brothers and sisters?"
  • Sunday, November 17
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," learn to make a traditional bow with Cherokee National Treasure Richard Fields, hit the races with acclaimed horse trainer Dee Keener, and hear about the career of internationally celebrated opera singer Barbara McAlister. This month's "Cherokee Almanac" tells the story of the first woman physician in Indian Territory, and in the "Let's Talk Cherokee," learn to ask "Where do you live" and "Do you have brothers and sisters?"
  • Wednesday, November 20
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," meet Liz Thomas, slackliner, acrobat and all-around free-spirited Cherokee daredevil; take to the field with Phil McSpadden, who has led his team to win more college softball games than any other coach in history; and get cooking with Cherokee National Treasure Betty Jo Smith, sharing her recipes for traditional Cherokee foods. Learn about the Cherokee Nation?s contribution to the Washington Monument in the "Cherokee Almanac," and in the "Let's Talk Cherokee" language lesson, practice saying "I like this," "Did you make this?" and "I want to buy it" in Cherokee.
  • Saturday, November 23
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," meet Liz Thomas, slackliner, acrobat and all-around free-spirited Cherokee daredevil; take to the field with Phil McSpadden, who has led his team to win more college softball games than any other coach in history; and get cooking with Cherokee National Treasure Betty Jo Smith, sharing her recipes for traditional Cherokee foods. Learn about the Cherokee Nation?s contribution to the Washington Monument in the "Cherokee Almanac," and in the "Let's Talk Cherokee" language lesson, practice saying "I like this," "Did you make this?" and "I want to buy it" in Cherokee.
  • Sunday, November 24
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," meet Liz Thomas, slackliner, acrobat and all-around free-spirited Cherokee daredevil; take to the field with Phil McSpadden, who has led his team to win more college softball games than any other coach in history; and get cooking with Cherokee National Treasure Betty Jo Smith, sharing her recipes for traditional Cherokee foods. Learn about the Cherokee Nation?s contribution to the Washington Monument in the "Cherokee Almanac," and in the "Let's Talk Cherokee" language lesson, practice saying "I like this," "Did you make this?" and "I want to buy it" in Cherokee.
  • Wednesday, November 27
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," step back in time to medieval days with jouster Amy Staton; meet Dr. Robert Martin, president of the prestigious Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; and get cooking with executive chef Taelor Barton, looking to her family and Cherokee roots for culinary inspiration. Learn about the Cherokee Nation's first home and school for orphaned children in the "Cherokee Almanac." In the "Let's Talk Cherokee" language lesson, practice saying "I like you," "you are my friend," "I love you" and "do you want to have coffee" in Cherokee.
  • Saturday, November 30
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People," step back in time to medieval days with jouster Amy Staton; meet Dr. Robert Martin, president of the prestigious Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico; and get cooking with executive chef Taelor Barton, looking to her family and Cherokee roots for culinary inspiration. Learn about the Cherokee Nation's first home and school for orphaned children in the "Cherokee Almanac." In the "Let's Talk Cherokee" language lesson, practice saying "I like you," "you are my friend," "I love you" and "do you want to have coffee" in Cherokee.

 

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  • Sunday, September 22
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Meet New York Times best-selling science fiction author Daniel H. Wilson, who draws inspiration from robots, philosophy and his roots in the Cherokee Nation. Learn about the game of Cherokee marbles, which has been passed down through centuries and generations. Plus, Cherokee National Treasure Eddie Morrison shows us how he turns big blank stones into works of art and tells us the stories behind them.
  • Saturday, September 21
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet New York Times best-selling science fiction author Daniel H. Wilson, who draws inspiration from robots, philosophy and his roots in the Cherokee Nation. Learn about the game of Cherokee marbles, which has been passed down through centuries and generations. Plus, Cherokee National Treasure Eddie Morrison shows us how he turns big blank stones into works of art and tells us the stories behind them.
  • Wednesday, September 18
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet New York Times best-selling science fiction author Daniel H. Wilson, who draws inspiration from robots, philosophy and his roots in the Cherokee Nation. Learn about the game of Cherokee marbles, which has been passed down through centuries and generations. Plus, Cherokee National Treasure Eddie Morrison shows us how he turns big blank stones into works of art and tells us the stories behind them.
  • Sunday, September 15
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People" honors Cherokee veterans and heroes. Meet Echo Rider, a Cherokee "Rosie the Riveter," learn about the career of Navy Admiral Jocko Clark, the highest-ranking Cherokee Nation citizen in the history of the U.S. armed forces, and pay tribute to a recently fallen soldier, Army Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler, the first American to be killed in combat with ISIS. Get ready for the holidays with Buddy Stacy, who creates handcrafted wooden toys for Cherokee children in his own Santa's workshop, and learn Cherokee words and phrases in the language lesson.
  • Saturday, September 14
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of OsiyoTV: We travel to the New Mexican desert with two Cherokee Native Explorers, join Oklahoma State University's women's tennis coach Chris Young on the court, and hear about Gary Davis' rise from Oklahoma rapper to Indian Country entrepreneur. The Cherokee Almanac tells of a pioneering female pilot, and the language lesson teaches the words for "home," "groundhog," and "September."
  • Wednesday, September 11
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People" honors Cherokee veterans and heroes. Meet Echo Rider, a Cherokee "Rosie the Riveter," learn about the career of Navy Admiral Jocko Clark, the highest-ranking Cherokee Nation citizen in the history of the U.S. armed forces, and pay tribute to a recently fallen soldier, Army Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler, the first American to be killed in combat with ISIS. Get ready for the holidays with Buddy Stacy, who creates handcrafted wooden toys for Cherokee children in his own Santa's workshop, and learn Cherokee words and phrases in the language lesson.
  • Sunday, September 8
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Meet New York Times best-selling science fiction author Daniel H. Wilson, who draws inspiration from robots, philosophy and his roots in the Cherokee Nation. Learn about the game of Cherokee marbles, which has been passed down through centuries and generations. Plus, Cherokee National Treasure Eddie Morrison shows us how he turns big blank stones into works of art and tells us the stories behind them.
  • Saturday, September 7
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet New York Times best-selling science fiction author Daniel H. Wilson, who draws inspiration from robots, philosophy and his roots in the Cherokee Nation. Learn about the game of Cherokee marbles, which has been passed down through centuries and generations. Plus, Cherokee National Treasure Eddie Morrison shows us how he turns big blank stones into works of art and tells us the stories behind them.
  • Wednesday, September 4
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Meet New York Times best-selling science fiction author Daniel H. Wilson, who draws inspiration from robots, philosophy and his roots in the Cherokee Nation. Learn about the game of Cherokee marbles, which has been passed down through centuries and generations. Plus, Cherokee National Treasure Eddie Morrison shows us how he turns big blank stones into works of art and tells us the stories behind them.
  • Sunday, September 1
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People" combines four stories with a common thread: the Cherokee language. Mack Vann only speaks Cherokee, and, here, he expresses his hopes and concerns about the future of the language and Cherokee way of life. Jerry and Robert Bigfeather share how the sound of Appalachia fiddling made its way to the Cherokee Nation. Dennis Sixkiller, host of ?Cherokee Voices, Cherokee Sounds,? visits with Cherokee speakers on his weekly radio show. And Cherokee National Treasure Dorothy Ice tells us about her background and how she became an admired weave.
  • Saturday, August 31
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of "Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People" combines four stories with a common thread: the Cherokee language. Mack Vann only speaks Cherokee, and, here, he expresses his hopes and concerns about the future of the language and Cherokee way of life. Jerry and Robert Bigfeather share how the sound of Appalachia fiddling made its way to the Cherokee Nation. Dennis Sixkiller, host of ?Cherokee Voices, Cherokee Sounds,? visits with Cherokee speakers on his weekly radio show. And Cherokee National Treasure Dorothy Ice tells us about her background and how she became an admired weave.
  • Wednesday, August 28
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of OsiyoTV: We travel to the New Mexican desert with two Cherokee Native Explorers, join Oklahoma State University's women's tennis coach Chris Young on the court, and hear about Gary Davis' rise from Oklahoma rapper to Indian Country entrepreneur. The Cherokee Almanac tells of a pioneering female pilot, and the language lesson teaches the words for "home," "groundhog," and "September."
  • Sunday, August 25
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This episode of OsiyoTV brings together some of our favorite stories of Cherokee chefs, traditional cuisine and foraging. Learn about the springtime tradition of digging for wild onions, go urban foraging with Chef Bradley Dry and prepare foods like hickory nut kanuchi, grape dumplings and poke salad with Cherokee National Treasures Edith Knight and Betty Jo Smith. The episode also includes a new language lesson focusing on new consonant sounds.
  • Saturday, August 24
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of OsiyoTV brings together some of our favorite stories of Cherokee chefs, traditional cuisine and foraging. Learn about the springtime tradition of digging for wild onions, go urban foraging with Chef Bradley Dry and prepare foods like hickory nut kanuchi, grape dumplings and poke salad with Cherokee National Treasures Edith Knight and Betty Jo Smith. The episode also includes a new language lesson focusing on new consonant sounds.
  • Wednesday, August 21
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    OsiyoTV soars to new heights with artist and skydiver Crystal Acuff Walters, shares Lorene Drywater's priceless technique of creating dolls from Northeastern Oklahoma's buffalo grass, and talks football with NFL wide receiver Wes Welker. Join us for the stories of the Cherokee People!
  • Sunday, August 18
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    On this episode, OsiyoTV hits the road to visit California. Get in the ring with Ty Elliott, an accomplished Muay Thai fighter and trainer, visit Will Rogers' great-granddaughter, Jennifer Rogers Etcheverry's almond farm, and learn how Charles Twist keeps Cherokee heritage and traditions alive far from the Cherokee Nation's borders.
  • Saturday, August 17
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode, OsiyoTV hits the road to visit California. Get in the ring with Ty Elliott, an accomplished Muay Thai fighter and trainer, visit Will Rogers' great-granddaughter, Jennifer Rogers Etcheverry's almond farm, and learn how Charles Twist keeps Cherokee heritage and traditions alive far from the Cherokee Nation's borders.
  • Wednesday, August 14
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    We spend time on the set with Hollywood stuntman Blake Pocquette, hear thoughts on life lessons and following the old ways with elder Crosslin Smith and meet San Francisco Poet Laureate Kim Shuck.
  • Sunday, August 11
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This episode of OsiyoTV brings together some of our favorite stories of Cherokee chefs, traditional cuisine and foraging. Learn about the springtime tradition of digging for wild onions, go urban foraging with Chef Bradley Dry and prepare foods like hickory nut kanuchi, grape dumplings and poke salad with Cherokee National Treasures Edith Knight and Betty Jo Smith. The episode also includes a new language lesson focusing on new consonant sounds.
  • Saturday, August 10
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of OsiyoTV brings together some of our favorite stories of Cherokee chefs, traditional cuisine and foraging. Learn about the springtime tradition of digging for wild onions, go urban foraging with Chef Bradley Dry and prepare foods like hickory nut kanuchi, grape dumplings and poke salad with Cherokee National Treasures Edith Knight and Betty Jo Smith. The episode also includes a new language lesson focusing on new consonant sounds.
  • Wednesday, August 7
    8:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of OsiyoTV brings together some of our favorite stories of Cherokee chefs, traditional cuisine and foraging. Learn about the springtime tradition of digging for wild onions, go urban foraging with Chef Bradley Dry and prepare foods like hickory nut kanuchi, grape dumplings and poke salad with Cherokee National Treasures Edith Knight and Betty Jo Smith. The episode also includes a new language lesson focusing on new consonant sounds.
  • Sunday, August 4
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, we follow young competitive cyclist Hannah Jordan as she climbs Pikes Peak chasing her Olympic dreams, visit with Cherokee textile artist Lisa Rutherford, and uncover the Cherokee connection to the classic children?s story ?Where the Red Fern Grows.?
  • Saturday, August 3
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, we follow young competitive cyclist Hannah Jordan as she climbs Pikes Peak chasing her Olympic dreams, visit with Cherokee textile artist Lisa Rutherford, and uncover the Cherokee connection to the classic children?s story ?Where the Red Fern Grows.?