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Best Jefferson podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Jefferson podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Thomas Jefferson Hour features conversations with Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, as portrayed by the award-winning humanities scholar and author, Clay Jenkinson. The weekly discussion features Mr. Jefferson’s views on events of his time, contemporary issues facing America and answers to questions submitted by his many listeners. To ask President Jefferson a question, visit our website at jeffersonhour.com
 
JPR Live Sessions is a weekly series of exciting live in-studio music performances and conversations with artists from wide-ranging genres. Recorded in JPR's brand new state-of-the-art performance space, the series is hosted and produced by JPR Program/Music Director Eric Teel, who brings over 30 years of experience in music ranging from classical to indie-rock.
 
Dad Tired is a community of men who are taking their faith, family, and marriage very seriously. We are equipping Christian husbands and dads to lead their family well. Past guests include; Lecrae, David Platt, Gary Chapman, Bob Goff, Tony Dungy, Jon Acuff, Jefferson Bethke, Paul David Tripp, John Mark Comer, Shane Claiborne, Tim Chester, Andy Crouch, Jeff Vanderstelt, and many more!
 
Welcome to Eagle’s Wing Church. We are a new church located along the I-65 Coridor in North Jefferson County, Alabama. Our passion is Jesus Christ and our purpose is to take His love to the unchurched, dechurched, and those who have been hurt and fallen out of church. Our sole purpose in existing as Eagle’s Wing Church is to provide a place of refuge where broken souls can be restored through life-changing relationships with God and people.
 
A daily (5-day-a-week) podcast feed of true Oregon stories -- of heroes and rascals, of shipwrecks and lost gold. Stories of shanghaied sailors and Skid Road bordellos and pirates and robbers and unsolved mysteries. An exploding whale, a couple shockingly scary cults, a 19th-century serial killer, several very naughty ladies, a handful of solid-brass con artists and some of the dumbest bad guys in the history of the universe. From the archives of the Offbeat Oregon History syndicated newspap ...
 
A weekly audio tour of the counter-cultural West, visiting obscure moments in musical history along the way. History lessons and readings, New Age visionaries, mid-'60s folk rock, psychedelic meanderings, poetry and sound collages, art/synth and post punk, ethno-honky jamz. Each week special. Host Erik Bluhm was the editor of Great God Pan magazine (“the Champion of Californiana”) through the ‘90s and West Coast Fog may be seen as an aural extension of that venture.
 
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab) is funded by the Office of Science for the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) with strong support from the City of Newport News, the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the United States Congress. As a user facility for scientists worldwide, its primary mission is to conduct basic research of the atom's nucleus at the quark level
 
“No Clue! A Mystery Story” finds detective Jefferson Hastings at the home of wealthy but eccentric Arthur Sloane one hot summer night, when two other guests at Sloanehurst stumble across the body of young Mildred Brace lying dead on the lawn. Sloane’s daughter Lucille asks Hastings to help solve the crime, but Hastings gets surprisingly little help from anybody he interviews, including Mr. Sloane himself and even the mother of the victim. With few clues to aid him and nobody beyond suspicion ...
 
Black Lightning Podcast, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is the first podcast dedicated to The CW's Black Lightning. Each week the hosts give an in-depth analysis of every episode while covering the latest news about the TV show as well as take listener feedback about each individual episode. Black Lightning, airing on Monday nights at 9/8c on The CW, stars Cress Williams as Jefferson Pierce a.k.a. Black Lightning and is executive produced by Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Salim Akil & Mara Br ...
 
Dream Interpreter and Symbolic Intuitive Jefferson Harman talks about all things metaphysical and holistic in this entertaining and informative series. Enjoy interviews with a wide array of practitioners, artists and healers as well as episodes of Jefferson's radio shows. Recommended for followers of all things metaphysical and holistic.
 
Charles Edward Jefferson was pastor of the Broadway Tabernacle in Brooklyn, New York for 33 years. In Quiet Hints, published in 1901, he provided guidance to young preachers on what we would today call ministerial deportment, an old-fashioned word that refers to how a man carries himself, how he presents himself, his manners, his bearing, his habits, and his whole approach to life. Jefferson wrote in short, pithy statements that encapsulate practical truth in just a few words. (Summary by Ma ...
 
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April gets a first Friday, just like any month. But coronavirus concerns mean this month does not get a First Friday, with capital letters. First Friday Art walks are cancelled, and other arts events have been postponed or cancelled. So let's talk... we invite arts organizations to call and tell us how they are coping with the social distancing reg…
 
This week in the first of a two part program we hear from Jefferson Hour listeners from around the country about how the coronavirus is affecting them and their communities. Included are reports from Clay’s daughter Catherine who finds herself somewhat stranded in Britain and Pat Brodowski, the head gardener at Monticello. Ask President Jefferson a…
 
Plato tells the story of his teacher, Socrates, who went looking for the wisest man in town. He found that while plenty of people knew something, they often thought they knew far more than they really did. His conclusion was that the greater part of wisdom was knowing what you don’t know. Let’s unpack the story together, and see what we still have …
 
An overwhelming demand for precious metals in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic is creating an extreme disconnect between the paper and physical gold markets.Dana Samuelson, founder of American Gold Exchange and past president of Professional Numismatists Guild, explains why investors are willing to pay unprecedented premiums for sound money.In …
 
Politics and political activism have definitely moved to a less-important place as the coronavirus pandemic rolls on. Not gone and not forgotten, but definitely overshadowed. Elections are still scheduled, and political demonstrations are still planned. Those include the annual "Friendshipment Caravan" to take goods to Cuba sometime in the fall. A …
 
If you could go back in time and change history, what would you do? Trick question, because the prevailing view of time travel is that history cannot be changed. But wait, time travel is only science fiction... see, it gets complicated. James Gleick, a science writer, looked into the idea of time travel and all the details that have gotten attached…
 
On this episode we talk about what we’re reading. We’ll hear from a variety of our colleagues, who also talk about what they’ve been reading. All of these titles exist in JMRL’s collection in at least one digital format, so they’re accessible to download or put on hold even while physical JMRL locations are closed. Katie read An American Marriage b…
 
Farmers live among us and grow our food. And a number of programs urge us to get to know local farmers better. Here's another place where Covid-19 concerns have made a dent: some people are reluctant to visit the farmer's market if it means being around clumps of other people. The American Farmland Trust just created a Farmer Relief Fund to assist …
 
Five years before most of the world got used to the term "coronavirus," Oregon Humanities got people to write letters to each other. Not emails, but letters--you know, with a pen on a piece of paper? The "Dear Stranger" project is just a way for Oregonians who don't know each other to make a connection. The value of that connection is raised just t…
 
The federal census is a massive undertaking in the best of circumstances. And this year does not provide the best of circumstances. This or any census tries to get a head count of every single person in the country centered around the first of April, but this April 1st found a huge chunk of the population staying home, avoiding the spread of Covid-…
 
The price tag on the recent stimulus package from Congress is staggering at $2.2 Trillion. And the details are many, including one near and dear to Oregon Senator Ron Wyden . Wyden is the lead Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee, and he worked to get long-delayed changes to the unemployment insurance program into the final bill.…
 
Normally we take some time on the Thursday before the First Friday of the month learning about band gigs in the coming weeks. At the moment, there are no such gigs, as music venues are all shut down by virus concerns. So we asked Josh Gross , the producer/co-host of our Rogue Sounds segment, to approach things a little differently. The assignment: …
 
Hospitals in our region are braced for an increase of Covid-19 cases. But so far, the load has been light: in Jackson County, only four people required hospitalization by the end of March. Asante Health System is looking ahead to handling more patients. Its hospital in Ashland has opened an ICAR facility, for Infection Control, Assessment and Respo…
 
April Fools' Day has arrived, so we should talk about some fools. Or at least some people who have perceived fools through history, especially fools occupying the office of the President of the United States. Donald Trump is an experienced hand with insults, but it's often been the Oval Office occupant on the receiving end of insults through our hi…
 
The captain's desperate haste to get out to sea, combined with a terrible decision to cross the bar on the ebb, resulted in disaster — and the ship's stranded armaments resulted in a name for the town of Cannon Beach. (Columbia River Bar, Clatsop County; 1846) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1508a.shark-shipwreck-part2.html)…
 
In every crisis, there is opportunity. But woe be to the people who use a crisis for an ill-gotten gain in income. The coronavirus pandemic has seen a rise in false cures and offers of supplies that will do nothing to stop the disease or its spread, and the Oregon U.S. Attorney's office is warning consumers to be cautious. Don't let the urgency of …
 
Where did you top out in math--algebra, geometry, something else? Mitchell Jackson and a lot of people he knew had to perform something called "survival math:" quick calculations to figure what it would take to survive a confrontation in a tough neighborhood. Jackson tells the story in his memoir Survival Math: Notes on an All-American Family . He …
 
As sailors melted away to take advantage of the opportunities in the new Oregon country, their captain sweated bullets; they could not be replaced. But his haste to get back out to sea while he still could set the stage for disaster. (Columbia River, Clatsop County; 1846) (For text and pictures, see http://offbeatoregon.com/1507d.shark-shipwreck-pa…
 
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