The Martha Hadley Show
Weekdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm, 10:30pm - 12:00am 
Saturdays 9pm - 12 Midnight
Sundays 10pm-12 Midnight

Martha has a very diverse background and has worked in a variety of fields. She is from Springfield, Missouri, where most of her family still resides. Martha is from a musical and artistic family and has fond memories of playing in a steel drum band with her family in Trinidad, where she spent part of her childhood. Martha has been on SPIRIT 105.3 for over 20 years. Martha enjoys long walks, cycling, crafts, drawing, reading, movies and concerts.



Martha's Latest Blogs

  • A Fresh Start

    Spring is finally here! With the official first day of spring next week on Thursday March 20, we can leave the dark days of winter behind and revel in the sunny pastels of spring flowers and budding trees. Read More
  • Let the Wind Blow

    It was a chilly, blustery day and the wind seemed to be blowing from every direction as it swirled the leaves around me. Zipping up my jacket, I stepped up my pace as I walked through the park, and was thankful for the soft warm scarf around my neck... Read More
  • Autumn Leaves

    Colorful, crunchy leaves underfoot and crisp, juicy apples... The signs of autumn are all around us. There’s a cool crispness to the air - and an aroma we've missed during the summer months…wood burning in the fireplace. Read More
  • Verse of the Day – 04-24-2014

    1 Peter 5:10 “And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast.” Read More
  • For Everything There’s a Time

    While this moment in time seems a relatively good season for my family, I also see many others within the sphere of my life in a season of struggle with difficult challenges. My heart sinks when people suffer with a broken relationship, life threatening illness, or the loss of a loved one. Read More

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