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Triad Podcast Network

Triad Podcast Network

A single podcast combining a variety of businesses, lifestyles, cultures, information and entertainment unique to the North Carolina Triad.  Presented by The Ginther Group in Winston-Salem, Ashley McKenzie-Sharpe with NEO Home Loans, ICON Custom Builders and Three Magnolias Financial Advisors

Recent Episodes

Eat Drink Triad - Must-Watch Christmas Movies

Dec. 5, 2022

Host Algenon Cash visits with Lawren Desai, owner and operator of a/perture cinema in downtown Winston-Salem, to highlight the must-watch Christmas movies this year See for privacy information.

Red House with Tyler Nail - Matthew Allivato

Nov. 30, 2022

Red House Interviews local songwriters, artists, creatives, and interesting people, recorded at Red House Studio and hosted by Tyler Nail. Visit for more information and the full library of The Red House Podcas…

History Notes Podcast - Finding Eugene

Nov. 28, 2022

Host Rodney Dawson talks with some of the people involved in the Guilford County Community Remembrance Project. They are working to uncover the truth about the 1887 lynching of Eugene Hairston near Greensboro and document it…

In Harmony with Piedmont Opera - Kristin Schwecke

Nov. 23, 2022

Kristin Schwecke has been heralded as “A name to keep in mind…Her voice filled the house and dominated the stage. Simply spectacular! What a promising dramatic soprano!” - Opera Lively Kristin is our guest for our second ep…

Ginther Group Real Estate Podcast - Renovate Now and Pay Later

Nov. 21, 2022

As our local real estate market continues to balance, it's becoming more competitive when it comes to getting a buyer's attention. That edge you need may be some home improvements. If you don't have the cash on hand, take …

Three Magnolias Financial Podcast - Post-Election Markets

Nov. 17, 2022

What typically happens to our economy following an election cycle? Jennifer Johnson with Three Magnolias Financial Advisors is here to provide some insight on that topic and why the market tends to prefer a "split governmen…