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Best Michigan Radio podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Michigan Radio podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Michigan Watch is Michigan Radio’s investigative/accountability reporting unit. Headed by veteran reporter Lester Graham, Michigan Watch provides in-depth reports on topics of importance that may require a longer and more involved examination. These include the workings of state government, education, the environment, and jobs and the economy. Among the specific topics covered by Michigan Watch have been the influence of money and politics in Michigan elections, changes to the state’s mandat ...
 
Issues & Ale is an event series from Michigan Radio designed to engage people in conversations about important issues facing Michigan in an informal atmosphere. The events are hosted by Michigan Radio reporters and feature experts on the topic. All events are free, and the public is invited to join in the discussion.
 
The #1 source for Michigan State sports and recruiting news and information. As one of the most connected media personalities in the state, Rico’s information and insights into every aspect of the Spartan football and basketball programs is second to none. His daily show is “must see” radio for every Spartan fan (and many Wolverine fans too).
 
Steve Lehto: author, attorney. Over 27 years of practicing Michigan Lemon Law and more than a dozen books written. Lehto's Law is the podcast reincarnation of the radio show Lehto hosted for many years in Michigan, answering questions on consumer law. www.lehtoslaw.com Twitter: @stevelehto
 
ArtSeesDiner Radio is a part of ArtSees Productions and home of Steve and Mary E. ArtSees Diner brings you musicians, authors, thinkers, and dreamers. At ArtSees Diner you will find special guests in each booth. Home of "Reck It Out With John and Steve" and other weekly shows. We are changing the world, One Song at a Time, One Heart at a Time! What ever you do, do not make "The Chef" wait!
 
Hugeshow is a statewide sports radio talk show across Michigan that airs weekdays 3-6pm. We are all about Huge Opinions and Big Name Guests. 107.3 WBBL FM in Grand Rapids is our flagship station. Huge Show Network Affiliates: Alma/Mt Pleasant: AM 1280 WFYC Ann Arbor: AM 1050 WTKA Benton Harbor/St Joe: AM 1400 and 95.7 FM WSJM Cadillac: 93.7 FM WKAD Flint: AM 1330 WTRX Grand Rapids: 107.3 FM WBBL Holland: AM 1450 WHTC Houghton/Hancock: AM 920 WMPL Kalamazoo: AM 1660 WQLR Lansing: AM 730 WVFN ...
 
What would you do if your tap water turned brown? If it gave your children a rash every time they took a bath? Or worse, what if it made them sick? Read, watch, and listen to the stories below to uncover the wild story about how the water in Flint became Not Safe To Drink . And you can find ALL of our coverage of the Flint Water Crisis here .
 
The Michigan Man Podcast is produced for die hard Wolverine fans. The show will include weekly interviews with Michigan Bloggers and other special guests. The center piece of the show will be fan feedback. We want fans to phone in audio posts, and email their comments, rants...whatever is on their mind regarding Michigan athletics. The Podcast format will evolve in the coming months. Initially we will have four segments. 1) The View from section 17 - Commentary from host Mike Fitzpatrick 2) ...
 
Redemption is an actual-play podcast telling an ongoing story set in the STAR WARS universe by using the most excellent Star Wars RPG system by Fantasy Flight Games. Redemption tells a story exploring the Star Wars universe just before the Clone Wars and does so through the eyes of the four main characters, who are voiced and acted by a quartet of long-time gamer nerds out of Michigan – and edited into a virtual radio-drama format for your entertainment. Come for the STAR WARS, but stay for ...
 
*****IMPORTANT UPDATE******Independent Underground Radio Network will be MOVING to SPREAKER Network, starting December 1, 2017. Look for the link to bookmark our move in our November 2017 shows. Thanks********Welcome to the home of MICHIGAN'S VOICE OF PROGRESS! NUMBER #1 POLITICAL Network - on the Blog Talk Radio Network with over 4.5 Million Download Listens since 2010 --Independent Underground Radio Network and it's flagship program Independent Underground Radio LIVE (IURL).We discuss, ana ...
 
DENNIS TUBBERGEN has been working in the financial industry for over 25 years. He is CEO of Personal Legacy Planners, a personal legacy company, and CEO of USA Wealth Management, LLC, a federally registered investment advisory company. Dennis Tubbergen has authored two books for consumers: Economic Consequences: Can You Survive, Even Prosper, From 100 Years of Bad Money Decisions, and The Retirement Resolution. Mr. Tubbergen has also been writing an online financial blog since 2008 which can ...
 
The Drive with Jack is your afternoon sports companion in Michigan and beyond. It’s an info-taining blend of behind-the- scenes insight, breaking news, blistering opinion and intelligent banter. It’s “We Are There!” broadcast journalism. We’re the eyes and ears of our listeners. We talk the stories that other hosts merely read. Listen to The Drive with Jack LIVE every weekday from 3-6 pm ET on SpotlightRadioNetwork.com. You can also stream the show on-demand on your favorite podcast platform ...
 
Ben Dietderich hosts the award-winning Radio Free Hillsdale show, American View, where the most prominent leaders and ordinary citizens of America join Ben to discuss the biggest issues facing the nation. Growing up in Europe, Ben knows socialism's faults all too well. Listen as he puts leftism to the test and most importantly, offers an alternative.
 
We are a group of guys podcasting about the music of singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett -- as viewed from the Great Lakes State. But since there is beer involved, who knows what we will end up talking about. Now that we've recorded more than a hundred episodes, we've decided to split the feed up. The latest shows will continue here. If you want the first hundred, look for the Wasting Away on the North Coast (Archives) feed.
 
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Protests continue in the state and nation following explosive uses of police force against African Americans. Recent documented incidents took place in Minneapolis, where George Floyd was killed after a police officer pushed his knee into Floyd’s neck for several minutes, and in Southeast Michigan, where a Washtenaw County deputy repeatedly punched…
 
In our first hour of the show today we were joined by the Executive Director of the MHSAA Mark Uyl. He filled us in on the 12 page document they just released regarding the start-up of sports when they're eventually allowed back in our state. We discussed the numbers briefly and the effect on our daily lives. We were also joined by Aaron McMann fro…
 
In our final hour today, Bill opened the hour by discussing the latest news out of Minnesota and how we really need to get our act together as a Nation. We then replayed our interview with Mark Uyl from earlier in the show regarding the MHSAA rules for coming back to play. We wrapped up the show with Matt Golden from The Tullymore Golf Resort so he…
 
In our second hour today, we were joined by Dan Hasty to discuss the fact that the Minor Leagues unfortunately won’t be back for a season this year. He and Bill also discussed what the MLB has been doing as some of their players are complaining about not making the same amount of money as they did last year…We were then joined by Matt Wenzel from M…
 
Today on Stateside , thoughts from a sociologist and a law professor about the marches in Detroit and Ypsilati that drew attention to police officers’ use of force against African Americans. We’ll also find out how one charter school operator is preparing for the fall.By Stateside Staff
 
Today on Stateside , thoughts from a sociologist and a law professor about the marches in Detroit and Ypsilati that drew attention to police officers’ use of force against African Americans. We’ll also find out how one charter school operator is preparing for the fall.By Stateside Staff
 
In our first hour of the show today we were joined by the Executive Director of the MHSAA Mark Uyl. He filled us in on the 12 page document they just released regarding the start-up of sports when they're eventually allowed back in our state. We discussed the numbers briefly and the effect on our daily lives. We were also joined by Aaron McMann fro…
 
High school seniors have all of the concerns that younger kids have right now. They're missing their friends, their schools, and their normal schedules. On top of that, they are uncertain about what their next steps will look like or how the deep economic ripples caused by the pandemic will affect them. It's anything but a fun summer. Stateside tal…
 
Isaiah Hole from USA Today's WolverinesWire joins me to discuss the latest recruiting news and much more. Check out Isaiah's great Locked On Wolverines Podcast from The Apple or Google Play stores Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com.By Mike Fitzpatrick
 
Chef Kurt Kwiatkowski and I met during an event in Sacramento where we played with Walnuts for a few days. Kurt’s story is a great one. He’s classically trained and is currently the Executive Chef for Michigan State University in Lansing, MI. Chef Kwiatkowski tells stories about how they are handling being shut down, the select few people that are …
 
Debra Hibbeln and her partner found ways to get by when their Dental practice was closed because of the pandemic. Now they’ve re-hired their employees, and spent a lot of time and money putting new equipment and safety measures in place. But instead of re-opening as soon as they can on Friday, they’re taking things slow. A lot has changed after all…
 
Today on Stateside , we touched base with agriculture workers, and what some farmers are doing to keep their seasonal employees safe. Plus, writer Donavan Hohn talks about the inner coast explored in his new essay collection. (Subscribe to Stateside on Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , or with this RSS link ) Listen to the full show above or find …
 
Today on Stateside , we touched base with agriculture workers, and what some farmers are doing to keep their seasonal employees safe. Plus, writer Donavan Hohn talks about the inner coast explored in his new essay collection. (Subscribe to Stateside on Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , or with this RSS link ) Listen to the full show above or find …
 
Today on the show we're taking a look at all of the sports around Michigan and their plans to come back to playing - whether with fans in the stands or not. Things are changing gradually for a lot of different programs. In our first hour Bill talked a bit about the MLB and paying some of their players. We then took a look at what's happening at U-M…
 
In our final hour we talked about what NASCAR has been doing recently as one of those sports that isn’t having fans in the stands. Jeff Striegle joined us for that conversation. We then got a brief update from Mike O’Hara regarding our Detroit Lions during this strange offseason. Dr. K called in for an update on Covid-19 in relation to sports. We e…
 
Bill kept the conversation rolling in our second hour of the show with a couple of our insiders. First we were joined by Jim Comparoni to talk about what Mel Tucker has been doing recently on the virtual recruiting trail. He also gave us a brief update on Izzo and his team. JP Morosi then joined us to talk more about the MLB coming back as well as …
 
Today on the show we're taking a look at all of the sports around Michigan and their plans to come back to playing - whether with fans in the stands or not. Things are changing gradually for a lot of different programs. In our first hour Bill talked a bit about the MLB and paying some of their players. We then took a look at what's happening at U-M…
 
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