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Best Carolina podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Carolina podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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“This Is Uncomfortable” is a show about life and how money messes with it. Each week, Reema Khrais digs in with stories about the unanticipated ways money affects relationships, shapes identities and often defines what it means to be an adult. Khrais dives into uncomfortable topics like friends borrowing money, relationships and the other varied ways money shapes who we are. Khrais’ career has included a two-year position as a Fletcher Fellow focused on education policy reporting. She is a g ...
 
CanesCast is the official podcast of the Carolina Hurricanes. Hosted by TV and Web Host Mike Maniscalco and Senior Editor Michael Smith, CanesCast brings you the inside scoop on the Hurricanes with exclusive interviews, analysis and more. New episodes every Monday!
 
The South Carolina Business Review, with host Mike Switzer, focuses on news from South Carolina's business community with interviews of many small business owners and business leaders from around the state. South Carolina's nonprofits, including its colleges and universities are also regularly featured on the program, as well as many of the state's small business support organizations. The program is a production of South Carolina Public Radio.
 
Doctors, medical professionals and researchers from the Medical University of South Carolina will be featured weekly in a series of radio interviews on South Carolina Public Radio called Health Focus. Award winning public broadcaster Bobbi Conner will host this series of health and medical features, covering a wide array of topics.
 
Carolina Outdoors Show Sponsored By Jesse Brown's Outdoors Bill Bartee and Don Yager bring their passion and years of outdoor experience to the airwaves of WBT each Saturday morning at 5am. If it's an outdoor adventure they've done it or they know someone who has and they spend an hour each weekend sharing those adventures with you. Take a look at this list and see if any of these interest you: Scouting a field for dove turkey or deer Paddling both on flat and white water Climbing rock on th ...
 
Carolina Barlow and Devin Leary are ready to guide you through the trials and tribulations of public and personal love stories. They have been there for each other’s best and worst romantic moments, that’s what best friends do! Both come deeply obsessed with relationship dramas and neuroses. As steadfast romantics, they want to hear and discuss everyone’s love stories: how they made it, how they did it, and in what positions.
 
Spoleto Backstage is a limited series podcast which takes you behind the curtain to meet the artists and people who make Spoleto Festival USA happen in Charleston. You're invited to places you can't buy a ticket for to see how opera, theater, dance, and more are made. Join host Adam Parker, arts reporter for the Post and Courier, for six episodes between May 14 and June 11 to hear the stories behind Spoleto Festival USA 2019 and Piccolo Spoleto Festival 2019.
 
ALIVE Wesleyan is led by Tom Harding in Central, South Carolina. We believe anyone who finds a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and an active role in Christian community will experience spiritual transformation! We are committed to this vision and to creating environments where people encounter Jesus and Christian community.
 
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Almost 20 years ago our next guest’s organization was formed to manage our capital city’s downtown Main Street district. Since that time, especially in the last several years, that district has undergone a noticeably positive transformation. But now we are in more challenging times with the pandemic and concerns over police actions and race relatio…
 
In this edition of the Coast to Coast Podcast, the focus is on UNC’s 2021 recruiting class and how recent developments could impact several of Carolina’s key targets. Sherrell McMillan and Sean Moran join host Jon Seiglie to discuss the latest news on Harrison Ingram, Hunter Sallis, Kennedy Chandler, D’Marco Dunn, and several other 2021 recruits. L…
 
“H” is for Hipp, Francis Moffett [1911-1995]. Insurance executive. After graduating from Furman, Hipp joined his father’s company, Liberty Life Insurance. The Greenville-based firm also owned radio stations in Columbia and Charleston. When Hipp’s father died in 1943, the company’s directors elected him president and chairman of the board. An energe…
 
The ACC released its new football schedule...we break down what it means for Carolina and talk about the reality of playing a FB season in the Coronavirus world (3:26) Then, audio from Jones's interview with Bubba Cunningham on the new schedule, eliminating season tickets for this year and Carolina's financial reality (34:20) Next, former Tar Heel …
 
4 Carolina Mayors discuss the political, fiscal and community challenges of governing during this unprecedented time. Topics include racial equity, COVID-19 reopening, education and economic recovery.Panelists: Mayor Vi Lyles, Charlotte, NCMayor Mary Ann Baldwin, Raleigh, NCMayor Stephen Benjamin, Columbia, SCMayor Brendon M. Barber, Sr., Georgetow…
 
Have you ever ridden a horse? Riding can be quite fun, when you know how. In today's story, Lori learns how to ride a horse but most importantly she learned how working with a horse is an example of God's relationship with us. If you’re interested in any other books published by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, please visit adventistbookcenter.com…
 
If you’ve seen the movie Amadeus, or the play it was based on, you may have gotten the impression that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was some sort of giggling idiot who just happened to be really good at writing music. Nothing, in fact, could be further from the truth. Read a collection of Mozart’s letters and you discover a person who is serious, articu…
 
After pivoting to virtual instruction in the spring, colleges and universities are now taking different approaches to try to keep students and faculty safe as a new semester gets underway. Some smaller private institutions are keeping things remote, and offering all-online classes. Meanwhile, the 17 schools within the UNC system are welcoming stude…
 
Nursing homes have weathered more than 100 outbreaks of COVID-19 in North Carolina. More than 40% of the state’s deaths from the virus are from residents at those facilities. Some of those facilities are state-run nursing homes for veterans, and there is now scrutiny over government accountability amidst ongoing outbreaks.…
 
Businesses across North Carolina boarded up windows and storefronts in recent months amid ongoing protests against the police killing of George Floyd. For artists in cities like Asheville, Durham, Charlotte and Greensboro, these plywood panels were blank canvases, ripe for colorful street murals and visual statements of protest. These works of publ…
 
Sic transit gloria mundi – Thus passes worldly glory. Louis Spohr was born in Germany in 1784, and during his lifetime he was one of the most famous musicians in all of Europe, renowned as a great violinist, a distinguished conductor, and an extremely prolific composer. He wrote ten symphonies, ten operas, eighteen violin concertos, four clarinet c…
 
"L" is for Longstreet, James Peter [1821-1904]. Soldier. Born in Edgefield District, Longstreet spent his formative years in Georgia and Alabama. After graduating from West Point, he had a successful army career, serving with distinction in the Mexican war and achieving the rank of major. In 1861, he resigned his US Army commission and joined the C…
 
With the re-opening of the economy and the resurgence of the virus this summer, hopes for better times ahead have been delayed. Is restarting the economy becoming more and more reliant on a vaccine? Mike Switzer interviews Bruce Yandle, Dean Emeritus at the College of Business & Behavioral Science and Alumni Professor of Economics Emeritus, both at…
 
Have you ever thought of how to share Jesus with your friends who might not know him yet? How we act and play shares Him with others without you really knowing about it. In our story today, our young girl shares two experiences she had with friends who professed to love and follow Jesus. See how different each experience is. If you’re interested in…
 
In this edition of the Inside Carolina Podcast, hosts Tommy Ashley and Joey Powell are joined by former Tar Heel and member of the 40 Club aka the Carolina Family, Damion Grant. Grant played for Matt Doherty and Roy Williams and was a member of the 2005 National Championship team. His career was riddled with injuries that prevented him from reachin…
 
If you’d like a remarkable example of the genius of Leonard Bernstein, I recommend that you listen – or listen again – to the song “Cool,” from West Side Story. Bernstein needed a song for the character Riff to sing to build up the tension before the gang fight between the Jets and the Sharks. If I told you his solution was to take Baroque counterp…
 
Chase Barnhill is a rising Senior at NC State, and part of the Visibility Group (think PR, but better) of the NCPRIG STUDENTS. That’s a non-partisan activist group, part of a statewide, then nationwide group of people active in public policy. Chase is specifically working on getting young people to register to vote, and of course we’ll talk about t…
 
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