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Charity Nebbe grew up in rural Iowa just outside of Cedar Falls. She began her career in public radio at WOI Radio in Ames, Iowa when she was a student at Iowa State University and has been working in public radio ever since. Early in her career she created Chinwag Theater a nationally syndicated public radio show that she produced and co-hosted with well known author Daniel Pinkwater. She spent ten years at Michigan Radio in Ann Arbor and in 2010 returned to Iowa.
Charity is now the host of Iowa Public Radio’s Talk of Iowa, heard weekday mornings at 10. She is also the host of Iowa Ingredient, soon to debut on Iowa Public Television and the author of the children's book “Our Walk in the Woods,” published in 2008.
Charity's favorite public radio program is On The Media.
Sundays at 7 p.m. on AM News
This one-hour show features the best of "River to River" and "Talk of Iowa" from the previous week on Iowa Public Radio. It will be a wonderful outlet to catch up on Iowa Public Radio's talk shows for people who may have missed them, or a chance to hear a great program again.
Weekdays at 10 a.m. on IPR News and News/Studio One
Talk of Iowa offers a mix of regular guests, newsmakers and interesting Iowans to talk about the arts, culture, humanities and lifestyle of our state. This IPR original brings a range of experts to the microphone to discuss a myriad of topics. Guests include Jim Pease for the Wildlife Program and of course, the Hort Gang on Fridays. Join us for smart, friendly conversation about what's happening in Iowa and what makes this a special place to live.