Arts in the Valley, Saturday, Sept. 1 (8 pm), and Sunday, Sept. 2 (2 pm), 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

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Arts in the Valley host Kim McMillon interviews Crystal Langley, the Theatre Production Manager for Buhach Colony and Golden Valley High Schools, and Noelle Hanrahan, the director of Prison Radio.

To listen to Crystal Langley’s interview, click onto the link:  crystal langley-1

Crystal Langley has nearly 20 years experience as a Theatre Production Manager, currently she works for the Merced Union High School District as the Theatre Production Manager for Buhach Colony H.S & Golden Valley H.S.  and soon to be a 3rd theatre at the new El Capitan H.S.  She is a playwright, director, and actor, not necessarily in that order.  She has performed on stages around the Valley and her plays have been produced in L.A. and NY.

To listen to Noelle Hanrahan, the Director of Prison Radio, click onto the link:prison radio

What Prison Radio is:  We are an independent multi media production studio.  We produce content and we seek to distribute these essays and productions throughout the world.  We have been very successful over twenty years producing content for radio, television, and films.   We are a 501c3 non profit organization a project of the Redwood Justice Fund.  In case you are curious, what we are not is a radio station.  We work with radio stations and place our content on this and other broadcast venues.


Mission Statement

Prison Radio’s mission is to challenge unjust police and prosecutorial practices which result in mass incarceration, racism, and gender discrimination.  We do this by bringing the voices of men, women, and kids into the public debate and dialogue on crime and punishment.

Our radio broadcasts help spur the public to examine core issues that create crime and heighten disenfranchisement. Our educational materials serve as a catalyst for public activism, strengthening movements for social change. Prison Radio’s productions illustrate the perspectives and the intrinsic human worth of the more than 7.1 million people under correctional control in the U.S, and those not served by the justice system.

General Information

Prison Radio

P.O. Box 411074

San Francisco, CA 94141

Phone: 1 (415) 648-4505



2 Comments to “Arts in the Valley, Saturday, Sept. 1 (8 pm), and Sunday, Sept. 2 (2 pm), 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA”

  1. Heya! I understand this is sort of off-topic however I needed to ask.
    Does operating a well-established blog such as yours take a massive amount work?
    I’m brand new to running a blog but I do write in my journal daily. I’d like to start
    a blog so I can share my experience and feelings online.
    Please let me know if you have any recommendations or tips for brand new aspiring blog
    owners. Appreciate it!

    • Hi,

      I’m currently going to graduate school, and am about 2 months behind on putting up items. Before graduate school got a bit difficult, I was spending an hour a week, and then two hours every other week.

      Kim 🙂

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