Childhood Health Insurance & A West Virginia-Nashville Music Connection


Experts and advocates gathered in Morgantown yesterday to talk about policy issues related to children’s health care. As Kara Lofton reports, most of the conversation was centered around the Children’s Health Insurance Program — also known as CHIP.

If you’ve listened to just about any album recorded in Nashville in the 1960s and 70s, chances are you’ve heard him. Inside Appalachia’s Jessica Lilly and Roxy Todd have this next story, about Charlie McCoy’s career as a session musician for recording greats like Roy Orbison.

And Bruce Cockburn perfors “Lovers in a Dangerous Time” on the Mountain Stage song of the week.