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Avalon is a mystical realm of ages past and a source of enchantment for all times. With dances, airs and songs from Celtic lands and beyond, The Mists of Avalon* radio show evokes the myth, magic and romance of Avalon. The program began broadcasting on WDVR in 1999. A year later, it found its current Sunday brunch time slot of 11 AM to 1 PM Eastern Time. In 2004, I found it necessary to scale back my involvement with the show. Carla Van Dyke, Diane Jordan and I now take turns presenting the program, which weve renamed Celtic Sunday Brunch. I host The Mists of Avalon edition of Celtic Sunday Brunch the fourth Sunday of each month.


WDVR is a remarkable radio station with a delightfully diverse line up of music and information programs. Were an all-volunteer staff, and our funding comes entirely from listener contributions and underwriting grants from local businesses. WDVR-FM serves the Delaware and Lehigh Valley area of Western New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania on 89.7 and 91.9. The station is also heard worldwide on www.wdvrfm.org.


Here at www.themistsofavalon.com, its my pleasure to share recent and past editions of the show and offer information about the music and performers. I publish a playlist for each program to help listeners discover more about the musical selections. Email me if you would like to receive free playlists on a regular basis.


I want to encourage you to support the artists you enjoy by purchasing their music. Most of the recordings can be purchased through major online retailers such as www.amazon.com, www.cduniverse.com, and www.barnesandnoble.com. Also, www.cdbaby.com features many independently produced CDs not available at other sites. Of course, iTunes is a great source for downloads of individual tracks and complete albums.

Through the Mists of Avalon come musical enchantments rooted in ages past.

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Walt Haake, host

*The Mists of Avalon radio show takes its name from the novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley.

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