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Join beloved icon Julie Andrews for story time! Julie and her daughter, children’s author and educator Emma Walton Hamilton, invite you into their library to read their favorite children's books. Every story comes to life with sound, music and activities. Authors, kids and other special guests chime in, too! It’s a show that will inspire lively conversations and a lifelong love of reading. Produced by American Public Media.
 
Kelton Reid studies the habits, habitats, and brains of a wide spectrum of renowned writers to learn their secrets of productivity and creativity. Tune in each week to learn how great writers keep the ink flowing, the cursor moving, and avoid block. Explore our archives at writerfiles.fm to find interviews with notable guests that include bestselling authors John Scalzi (Old Man's War), Greg Iles (Natchez Burning), Jay McInerney (Bright Lights, Big City), Kevin Kelly (founder of WIRED magazi ...
 
In a continued effort to provide relevant, interesting and engaging programming to our statewide audience, MPB Think Radio provides Mississippi Edition, a weekday news magazine program. Mississippi Edition, hosted by Karen Brown, features the latest news of the day and interviews with the people who are making the news themselves. The program not only provides Mississippi news but also addresses the ways that national and world news affects our state. Join Karen Brown as she shares the lates ...
 
Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. This Anthro Life brings you smart conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds to make sense of it all. We dig into our creative potential through design, culture, and technology. Change your perspe ...
 
Have you ever wondered how, after tragedy hits, some people are able to move forward and thrive? In each episode of Tough Love, I'll interview a guest who has been through a traumatic experience such as medical infertility, divorce, abuse, the loss of a spouse, addiction, anorexia, a cancer diagnosis, a prison sentence. I will listen to their story and ask questions. I'll concentrate on the strategies and the daily habits they implemented that helped them rebuild their life and move beyond t ...
 
Highlights from Live from Here, the public radio variety show hosted by mandolinist Chris Thile. Each week, download Chris’s brand-new Song of the Week and Tom Papa’s report from Out in America. Unfortunately we can’t offer the entire show as a podcast due to music downloading rights, but you can stream any full episode from our website, livefromhere.org, or listen live on the radio Saturdays from 6-8 pm ET. Find us on social media @livefromhereapm. Produced by American Public Media. Support ...
 
With ohh so many movies available to watch and discuss, Talking to Crows’ film review podcast, Crow Talk: Film Squawk, intentionally spotlights current, female-driven film projects. Monthly, we squawk about the pros, cons, craft, and resonance of a single film that offers audiences a gaze through the female lens, an ear for the muliebrous voice, and the heart of humans committed to representative cinema. Or in some cases, the complete lack thereof. Join us won't you? Just follow the crows.
 
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The Governor extends mask requirements and social gathering restrictions to seven new counties while administrators at the state's only Tier I trauma facility express concern over resources. Then, the Trump administration is stonewalling the Biden transition team's ability to receive vital intelligence briefings. We hear from the Chairman of the Ho…
 
Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy is a prolific songwriter and he's ready to share his secrets. They're all in his new book How to Write One Song. In today's episode Tweedy shares some of his techniques with Malcolm Gladwell and explains why isn't, in his view, a mystical but a practical one. And at the end, he holds his own masterclass where he breaks down his …
 
Professional health associations work to narrow a divide in healthcare equity they say is a result of structural racism. Then, the Army Corps of Engineers seek support for a proposed flood control project in the south Delta. Plus, a Mississippi native and marijuana cultivator applauds the state's decision to approve medical marijuana. Segment 1: Pu…
 
#PodcastersForJustice New York Times Notable author, Bryan Washington, dropped by to chat about how his short stories garnered so much acclaim, what cuisine tells us about the larger narrative around sharing a meal, and why writers need to ignore the publishing marketplace. "A reading itself can feel more akin to a setlist. You adjust your setlist …
 
On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full spoiler-filled detail. This week, Christina Cauterucci and June Thomas discuss Happiest Season, a charming new Christmas rom-com from writer-director Clea DuVall that premiered on Hulu on Nov. 25. Harper Caldwell …
 
In this episode we meet Dr. Stan Thangaraj, an anthropology professor at the City College of New York whose research includes immigration in the U.S, being interviewed by Vyjayanthi Vadrevu, a business anthropologist and ethnographer. Together, the two discuss basketball, community, identity, race relations and so much more. Stay tuned with us as y…
 
In the summer of 1970, four 12-year-old best friends grow up and apart, but a promise brings them together again as 90s adults to reflect on the past. Directed by Lesli Linka Glatter Talent: Christina Ricci/Rosie O’Donnell as Roberta Thora Birch/Melanie Griffith as Teeny Gaby Hoffman/Demi Moore as Samantha Ashleigh Aston Moore/Rita Wilson as Chriss…
 
The Governor extends mask mandates to nineteen more counties. Then, retailers prepare for peak holiday shopping. We look at how COVID-19 is changing consumer’s purchasing habits ahead of Black Friday. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, Mississippi’s Christmas tree farmers offer a reprieve from the crowded stores. Segment 1: Half of Missis…
 
“Dude!”Steve and Christian watched the new film, "Bill and Ted Face the Music."The guys discuss the failures of past generations, ways to empower younger people, and the unity of all people.We're also shining a light on Orthodox Christian Prison Ministry, which serves those who are incarcerated and their families, and provides resources, training a…
 
Thank you for checking another socially distanced episode of The Film Scribes Podcast! This week the scribes on deck Rich Heimlich (/comment), Stephen Silver (Splice Today, Philly Voice), and Dan Tabor (Phawker, Cinapse.co) are back with a full slate catching up on what they’ve been up to in quarantine while also discussing the Philadelphia Film Fe…
 
As the state’s only Level I trauma center reaches capacity and its staff grows fatigued, administrators call for another statewide mask mandate. Then, the state health officer meets with members of the Senate to discuss vaccine distribution. Plus, college students return home after an unorthodox semester. We talk to one senior about her experience.…
 
Leslie Odom Jr., best known for playing Aaron Burr in Hamilton, speaks to Bruce Headlam about his career on stage and in music and also his new Christmas album. The Christmas Album is Leslie's second crack at a holiday album but his first time not having to do it on a budget. They also discuss Leslie's favorite Christmas music, what it was like pla…
 
As coronavirus transmission continues to surge, Mississippi's health leaders ask residents to practice caution during the Thanksgiving holiday. Then, child hunger is on the rise in Mississippi. We examine how the pandemic is making food insecurity worse in the nation's most insecure state. Plus, the Salvation Army's red kettles return. But the char…
 
Rural hospitals reach capacity as the state’s coronavirus cases continue to rise. Then, Mississippi’s largest historically black university names its next president. Plus, we examine the factors of poverty during the pandemic. Segment 1: Rural hospitals in Mississippi are operating at maximum capacity as coronavirus hospitalizations rise across the…
 
More school-aged cases of COVID-19 are forcing districts to shift to virtual instruction. And the Governor’s proposed budget comes up short on a campaign promise to teachers. Then, the legalization of medical marijuana could serve as a gateway for some Mississippians to return home. Plus, in today's Book Club - it's not about reading but listening …
 
Mike Campbell, guitarist, co-writer and original Heartbreaker talks to Rick Rubin about growing up with Tom Petty, working on Wildflowers and about his new album, Wreckless Abandon, with band The Dirty Knobs. It’s the first band Mike’s ever been a part of without Petty - who he started playing with in the early 70’s in Mudcrutch. And it’s the first…
 
As hospitals are filling and more schools are switching to virtual learning, the state’s top health officers urge residents to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. Then, the Governor’s budget proposes an end of the individual income tax. We hear response from lawmakers. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, we examine the Governor’s Patr…
 
There’s no playbook for successfully releasing music during a pandemic. Especially if you’re an indie artist, the stakes really couldn’t be higher. But Deep Sea Diver has managed to put all that aside to drop a thrilling and relevant new album. While the Seattle-based band’s only recently started to find their place in the indie rock landscape, Jes…
 
As the holiday season nears, state health leaders evaluate the rising trends in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. Then, with the election in the rear view mirror, we hear from the state chairmen from both major parties on the lessons learned and next steps forward. Plus, heightened community COVID-19 transmission is compelling more schools to…
 
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise nationally, state officials sound the alarm over the growing rates of coronavirus transmission. Then, a Senate Committee hears from housing advocates about the need for affordable housing as they prepare to draft legislation. Plus, how the Mississippi Arts Commission is aiding artists and organizations during the …
 
On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full spoiler-filled detail. This week, Slate’s Sam Adams is joined by Slate’s new staff writer Karen Han to spoil Freaky, the new body-switching slasher film. Think Friday the 13th meets Freaky Friday. Will high school…
 
As the seven-day rolling average of coronavirus cases hit a three month high, hospitals prepare for a second wave. Then, the Supreme Court heard arguments on the Affordable Care Act this week. We examine the legal case for the health insurance program. Plus, in today's Book Club...Kentucky Bourbon, southern culture and family in Wright Thompson’s n…
 
Kentucky singer/songwriter Sturgill Simpson was in his mid-30s when he found fame as a country artist in Nashville. He had already lived a full life including a stint in the Navy, and years spent working in Salt Lake City rail yards. His outsider status in Nashville boosted his outlaw appeal. But as time passed, Sturgill began to despise the relent…
 
“Strike first. Strike hard. No mercy.”Steve and Christian watched the Netflix series, "Cobra Kai."The guys discuss just regret, trauma, nostalgia, and more.We're also shining a light on the Family Promise, a national non-profit that changes the lives of families experiencing homelessness. Learn more on their website: familypromise.org…
 
Mississippi leaders recognize and honor the state's Veterans. Then, Mississippi Supreme Court justices are deliberate a case involving the Governor and Speaker of the House. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, Vice President Elect Kamala Harris is a trailblazer for women of color. We hear from a regional leader of her sorority - Alpha Kapp…
 
Do you have a sense of how much time you spend each day on social media and smartphone? Whether you can live with them or you can't live with them, we know for most of us, these are ingrained parts of our everyday lives. In this episode, we will uncover the life in the age of social media and smartphones, featuring Dr. Daniel Miller and Georgiana M…
 
UMMC begins a stage of clinical trials for a coronavirus vaccine. Then, the open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act has begun. But the healthcare program’s constitutionality is being questioned at the highest level by the Trump Administration. Plus, lawmakers hold a hearing to consider options for year-round school. Segment 1: Pharmace…
 
In the opening lines of his New York Times bestselling memoir, Let Love Rule, Lenny Kravitz writes that he is deeply two-sided. His young life was all about opposites and extremes—black and white. He grew up between his West Indian grandparent’s home in Brooklyn, and his parent’s home on the Upper East Side where he was surrounded by his family’s f…
 
As the nation's COVID-19 cases soar, we hear from the state's medical officer about how Mississippians can continue in the fight against widespread transmission. Then, for some lawmakers, the coronavirus pandemic id highlighting the need for expanded access to the ballot. We examine what steps the Magnolia State could take. Plus, a Jim Crow era pro…
 
Coronavirus cases are surging nationwide. We check in with the Medical Association on the status of the pandemic in the Magnolia State. Then, Mississippians overwhelmingly voted to approve a medical marijuana program. But the federally controlled substance will create banking hurdles for all involved. Plus, we speak to the Commissioner of Insurance…
 
The Secretary of State reflects on a monumental Election Day in Mississippi. Then, with a voter-approved design, we examine the next steps for the new state flag. Plus, in our Book Club, an award winning, highly praised Mississippi writer addresses growing up in Jackson in the book, "How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America.\ Segment 1: El…
 
S.G. Goodman turns traditional Southern storytelling on its head with songs that present a deeper, more complex look at life below the Mason-Dixon line. As a queer person who lives with mental illness, she often sings about the social and political change she'd like to see in her part of the country. Goodman talks to Bruce Headlam about her new alb…
 
In our special election recap, we examine the Senate race between incumbent Republican Cindy-Hyde Smith and challenger Mike Espy. And, Mississippians overwhelmingly chose to move forward on number of ballot measures while staying solidly red in the elections for federal office. Segment 1: Cindy Hyde-Smith wins rematch versus challenger Mike Espy. W…
 
#PodcastersForJustice The New York Times bestselling crime novelist, Tana French, took a break to talk with me about her early training as an actress, her definition of creativity, and how to write through the tough times. "I didn't know if I could write a book. I'd written short stories and really galactically bad teenager poetry, but I'd never tr…
 
Mississippians head to the polls today to elect federal leaders and determine the fate of three ballot measures. The Secretary of State breakdown what voters need to know on this Election Day. Then, this year's rematch for the Senate is expected be tighter than the 2018 special election. We talk to a Mississippi based pollster on how this race is d…
 
Maya Hawke has managed to escape the long shadow of her very famous parents, Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke. She’s made a name for herself, first as an actor in Stranger Things, Little Women, and Tarantino’s latest, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. And now Maya Hawke is breaking new ground as a singer/songwriter. Maya’s debut album, Blush, is an invitat…
 
Thousands of Mississippians are still navigating the aftermath of Hurricane Zeta. We hear one story of from the owner of Bay St. Louis institution steeped in Black history, and how the arts will help pave the road to recovery. Then, on the eve of the election, we take at a final look at the leading candidates in Mississippi's Senate Race. Plus, in …
 
State officials begin the process of assessing the damage on the coast after Hurricane Zeta raced through southern Mississippi. And, days away from the election, the two leading Senate candidates make their final appeals to voters. Then, those casing ballots will decide the fate of a Jim Crow era constitutional provision. We examine the law histori…
 
On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full spoiler-filled detail. This week, Slate’s Dana Stevens is joined by Slate’s Sam Adams to spoil Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of K…
 
The Election Day experience will be different this year. We look at what voters can expect as they head to the polls next week. Then, a summer of protest and national discourse over systemic racism brought forth the end of the controversial 1894 flag. We re-visit the historic decision ahead of the vote for a new state banner. Plus, in today’s Book …
 
Carlos Santana, along with his wife and drummer, Cindy Blackman got together with Rick Rubin to discuss the 2019 album they recorded together, Africa Speaks, and also to talk about Santana's early days in San Francisco. They discuss how Santana found his unique playing style, his friendship with Miles Davis and more. Subscribe to Broken Record's Yo…
 
A busy hurricane season brings another threat the Magnolia State. We check in with the National Weather Service for the latest on Zeta. Then, MEMA warns residents not to be complacent as Mississippi braces for another severe weather event. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, the Secretary of State provides an update ahead of Election Day. …
 
"There is only one way this war ends. Last man standing."Steve Gonzalez and Christian Christoforou watched the World War I film, "1917."The guys discuss just war, violence, human nature, and finding beauty in the midst of pain.We're also shining a light on the Theotokos Orphanage and St Ignatius School in Bakeswar, India. Run nearly singlehandedly …
 
The Governor expands his localized mitigation efforts to seven more counties, but one week out from Election Day, exempts polling sites from mask mandates. Then, the vote for medical marijuana is one week away. We examine the two proposals on the ballot. Plus, we look at how organizations are engaging voters ahead of this year's highly anticipated …
 
Bruce Springsteen is a national treasure. Since his debut album nearly 50 years ago, Springsteen has helped define the American working-class psyche through a collection of world-renowned hit songs. In this interview with Malcolm Gladwell and Rick Rubin, Bruce talks about how listening to Born To Run 45 years after it was released made him realize …
 
As cases of COVID-19 grow nationally, we look at what local health officials are saying about the status of the pandemic in the Magnolia State. Then, a program established by lawmakers looks to curb evictions and relieve renters’ debt. Plus, the Mississippi Theatre Association prepares for a slate virtual festivals. Segment 1: Nationwide, the coron…
 
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