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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, January 27
    1:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Wednesday, March 10
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  • Saturday, March 13
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  • Wednesday, March 17
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  • Saturday, March 20
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  • Sunday, March 21
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  • Wednesday, March 24
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  • Saturday, March 27
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  • Sunday, January 24
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
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  • Sunday, January 24
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  • Saturday, January 23
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Wednesday, January 20
    1:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Sunday, January 17
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
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  • Saturday, January 16
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Wednesday, January 13
    1:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Sunday, January 10
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Cherokee potter Crystal Hanna found her calling in clay through mentor and pottery legend Anna Mitchell. She shows us how she finds inspiration from the past while still carving out her own destiny. High school archery coach Ladney Keener leads his team to multiple championships through discipline, practice and love of the arrow. Cherokee artist Keli Gonzales shares how her art helps perpetuate the Cherokee language and traditional values while standing up for social justice and activism. We explore how different Cherokee life was for our ancestors before contact with Europeans. We observe the differences from our lives today, rooted heavily in nature and taking care of the world we lived in.
  • Sunday, January 10
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Cherokee potter Crystal Hanna found her calling in clay through mentor and pottery legend Anna Mitchell. She shows us how she finds inspiration from the past while still carving out her own destiny. High school archery coach Ladney Keener leads his team to multiple championships through discipline, practice and love of the arrow. Cherokee artist Keli Gonzales shares how her art helps perpetuate the Cherokee language and traditional values while standing up for social justice and activism. We explore how different Cherokee life was for our ancestors before contact with Europeans. We observe the differences from our lives today, rooted heavily in nature and taking care of the world we lived in.
  • Saturday, January 9
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Cherokee potter Crystal Hanna found her calling in clay through mentor and pottery legend Anna Mitchell. She shows us how she finds inspiration from the past while still carving out her own destiny. High school archery coach Ladney Keener leads his team to multiple championships through discipline, practice and love of the arrow. Cherokee artist Keli Gonzales shares how her art helps perpetuate the Cherokee language and traditional values while standing up for social justice and activism. We explore how different Cherokee life was for our ancestors before contact with Europeans. We observe the differences from our lives today, rooted heavily in nature and taking care of the world we lived in.
  • Wednesday, January 6
    1:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Sunday, January 3
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Storytelling is an art form mastered by Cherokee National Treasure Choogie Kingfisher with his own brand of Cherokee humor. When Cherokee Chef Nico Albert isn't fronting her metal punk band, she's in the kitchen learning and cultivating ancestral ways of cooking. Sonny Sixkiller is a Cherokee football legend to Washington Huskies fans. We hear how his Cherokee roots shaped his career and how he continues to give back to his community. We also take a step back and hear the story of Judaculla Rock and the message he left in stone for many Cherokee generations to come.
  • Sunday, January 3
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    Storytelling is an art form mastered by Cherokee National Treasure Choogie Kingfisher with his own brand of Cherokee humor. When Cherokee Chef Nico Albert isn't fronting her metal punk band, she's in the kitchen learning and cultivating ancestral ways of cooking. Sonny Sixkiller is a Cherokee football legend to Washington Huskies fans. We hear how his Cherokee roots shaped his career and how he continues to give back to his community. We also take a step back and hear the story of Judaculla Rock and the message he left in stone for many Cherokee generations to come.
  • Saturday, January 2
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Storytelling is an art form mastered by Cherokee National Treasure Choogie Kingfisher with his own brand of Cherokee humor. When Cherokee Chef Nico Albert isn't fronting her metal punk band, she's in the kitchen learning and cultivating ancestral ways of cooking. Sonny Sixkiller is a Cherokee football legend to Washington Huskies fans. We hear how his Cherokee roots shaped his career and how he continues to give back to his community. We also take a step back and hear the story of Judaculla Rock and the message he left in stone for many Cherokee generations to come.
  • Wednesday, December 30
    1:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Sunday, December 27
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, we learn as culture keeper and Cherokee National Treasure Noel Grayson shares his knowledge of hunting and tool-making skills. Cherokee National Treasure and master artist Dorothy Sullivan tells us about her special calling to painting and how she depicts the empowerment of Cherokee stories and women on canvas. We travel to northeastern Alabama's Manitou Cave with Cherokee researchers to decipher the meaning behind the Cherokee syllabary found deep within. In our Cherokee Almanac, we listen as Dragging Canoe, one of the most celebrated Cherokee war chiefs, gives a prophetic speech that illustrates the often-difficult decisions our tribal leaders once faced.
  • Sunday, December 27
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, we learn as culture keeper and Cherokee National Treasure Noel Grayson shares his knowledge of hunting and tool-making skills. Cherokee National Treasure and master artist Dorothy Sullivan tells us about her special calling to painting and how she depicts the empowerment of Cherokee stories and women on canvas. We travel to northeastern Alabama's Manitou Cave with Cherokee researchers to decipher the meaning behind the Cherokee syllabary found deep within. In our Cherokee Almanac, we listen as Dragging Canoe, one of the most celebrated Cherokee war chiefs, gives a prophetic speech that illustrates the often-difficult decisions our tribal leaders once faced.
  • Saturday, December 26
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, we learn as culture keeper and Cherokee National Treasure Noel Grayson shares his knowledge of hunting and tool-making skills. Cherokee National Treasure and master artist Dorothy Sullivan tells us about her special calling to painting and how she depicts the empowerment of Cherokee stories and women on canvas. We travel to northeastern Alabama's Manitou Cave with Cherokee researchers to decipher the meaning behind the Cherokee syllabary found deep within. In our Cherokee Almanac, we listen as Dragging Canoe, one of the most celebrated Cherokee war chiefs, gives a prophetic speech that illustrates the often-difficult decisions our tribal leaders once faced.
  • Wednesday, December 23
    1:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Season 4 Finale! Meet Ruth Muskrat Bronson an American Indian civil rights activist, a poet and a political influencer. Her leadership shaped American sentiment and Federal policy in the early 20th Century. Plus, Doctor Melissa Lewis works to bridge the gap between health care and indigenous culture. And, see how the Cherokee language and cultural knowledge influences the art of Harry Oosahwee. In the Cherokee Almanac, experience the art of the late Cecil Dick.
  • Sunday, December 20
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, we look at the life of Chief Tom Buffington and why he's sometimes incorrectly referred to as "The Last Chief of the Cherokees."? We try to keep up with the Muskrats, a Cherokee racing family who eat, sleep, and breathe racing. We get to know Kelli Masters who as one of the first female professional sports agents has become a trailblazer and inspiration to young women everywhere. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the agency Cherokee had and continue to practice in their own health in the wake of disease epidemics.
  • Sunday, December 20
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, we look at the life of Chief Tom Buffington and why he's sometimes incorrectly referred to as "The Last Chief of the Cherokees."? We try to keep up with the Muskrats, a Cherokee racing family who eat, sleep, and breathe racing. We get to know Kelli Masters who as one of the first female professional sports agents has become a trailblazer and inspiration to young women everywhere. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the agency Cherokee had and continue to practice in their own health in the wake of disease epidemics.
  • Saturday, December 19
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, we look at the life of Chief Tom Buffington and why he's sometimes incorrectly referred to as "The Last Chief of the Cherokees."? We try to keep up with the Muskrats, a Cherokee racing family who eat, sleep, and breathe racing. We get to know Kelli Masters who as one of the first female professional sports agents has become a trailblazer and inspiration to young women everywhere. In our Cherokee Almanac, we explore the agency Cherokee had and continue to practice in their own health in the wake of disease epidemics.
  • Wednesday, December 16
    1:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    In this episode of Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People... Cherokees who take the stage: Country western singer-songwriter Becky Hobbs carries on the legacy of her ancestor Nancy Ward. Mary Kathryn Nagle, an attorney, and playwright shines a spotlight on significant Native history. In her unique role as a female jouster, Amy Staton takes us back to Medieval times where she introduces us to the heroic knights of old. And, follow two aspiring ballerinas to New York City where they get the opportunity of a lifetime to study under some of the best ballet masters in the world.
  • Sunday, December 13
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
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  • Saturday, December 12
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Wednesday, December 9
    1:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People, Extraordinary Cherokees who made history. From the so-called Indian outlaw Ned Christie, to the little-known winner of the Greg Bunyan Derby of 1928 Andy Payne. Plus, Mary Golda Ross, a rocket scientist and woman ahead of her time, and Doctor Isabel Cobb, the first female physician in Indian Territory. And we?ll take a look back at the storied military career of Admiral Joseph Jocko Clark, the Patton of the Pacific.
  • Season 2 Emmy Nominations
    Sunday, December 6
    7:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This episode of OsiyoTV features a selection of our Heartland Regional Emmy Award-nominated stories from Season 2. We visit Lorene Drywater, maker of buffalo grass dolls and whose story was nominated for its original musical composition. We hit the high seas with a story about Adm. Jocko Clark, (nominated for Historic/Cultural Program Feature); sit down with NFL receiver Wes Welker (nominated for Interview/Discussion Feature); and hear about the life and career of Joe Thornton, world champion archer (nominated for Nostalgia Program Feature).
  • Season 2 Emmy Nominations
    Sunday, December 6
    1:00 am on FNX 9.3
    This episode of OsiyoTV features a selection of our Heartland Regional Emmy Award-nominated stories from Season 2. We visit Lorene Drywater, maker of buffalo grass dolls and whose story was nominated for its original musical composition. We hit the high seas with a story about Adm. Jocko Clark, (nominated for Historic/Cultural Program Feature); sit down with NFL receiver Wes Welker (nominated for Interview/Discussion Feature); and hear about the life and career of Joe Thornton, world champion archer (nominated for Nostalgia Program Feature).
  • Season 2 Emmy Nominations
    Saturday, December 5
    6:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of OsiyoTV features a selection of our Heartland Regional Emmy Award-nominated stories from Season 2. We visit Lorene Drywater, maker of buffalo grass dolls and whose story was nominated for its original musical composition. We hit the high seas with a story about Adm. Jocko Clark, (nominated for Historic/Cultural Program Feature); sit down with NFL receiver Wes Welker (nominated for Interview/Discussion Feature); and hear about the life and career of Joe Thornton, world champion archer (nominated for Nostalgia Program Feature).
  • Wednesday, December 2
    1:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    On this episode of Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People, Perry Vanbuskirk passes on the knowledge and weaponry of our Cherokee ancestors. Also, meet teenage blacksmith Brendan Crotty and the director of the Cherokee National Youth Choir, Mary Kay Henderson.