Live 'til Five Program Archive
Live ’til Five is a weekly talk and variety show from Harvest Family Radio. It is designed to give you an alternative on your Friday drive home.
Pastor Jared Baldwin has been our host for nearly 200 episodes. Regular features include Stranger Than Fiction, This Day in History, and What's in My Coffee?
Thank you for listening live from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Friday, or for the rebroadcast from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM Saturday, or 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM Sunday.
This week our hosts enjoy delicious German chocolate cake, while discussing leafy greens and vegetables. Plus, more “Joshin’ Around” with Josh Taylor.
Chocolate, vanilla, rocky road, or Neapolitan? We have a sweet discussion about a cool treat on today’s Live ’til Five as we focus on ice cream.
Another “Joshin’ Around” segment this week, a kayak quiz, along with some info on dieting, and news of worldwide Christian persecution.
On this week’s program, we had another visit from Josh Taylor, a discussion on best/worst jobs, all of our regular features, and the topic Deep Sea Fishing.
Josh Taylor joins us to begin a new segment called “Joshin’ Around” this week, as we focus on nicknames and eventually summertime.
Is your mind hungry? Listen to our smorgasbord on Live ’til Five. Today we’re joined by Larry Moyer, a trumpet player with the Guam Territorial Band.
Get ready to dodge some flowers as we talk about June Weddings on Live ’til Five. Download Live ’til Five – June Weddings
Kyle Eckert introduces us to bitcoin today. Lindsay Nagengast joins us for “What’s in My Can?” And it all comes back to travel in our second hour.
From mortar boards to witch hazel to cardioid microphones and everything in between on this week’s college-focused edition of Live ’til Five.
Gas up, grab some beef jerky, perhaps a black coffee, and settle in for another episode of Live ’til Five. Convenience stores are the topic of the day. Download Live ’til Five – Convenience Stores
We spend Cinco de Mayo talking about Mexico, even featuring a Mexican-themed drink on this week’s “What’s in My Coffee?”
A new copy of the Declaration of Independence has been discovered. We talk about it today, and bring you all of our regular segments.