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Each week, members of MAC's staff host The Mississippi Arts Hour, a radio program broadcast on Mississippi Public Broadcasting's FM and digital radio networks. The show features interviews with Mississippi artists, musicians, craftspeople, and others involved in arts and culture from around the state. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Hit singer-songwriter-recording artist, and the King of 'Delta Soul', Steve Azar has made some friends along the way. And as Steve's song "Mississippi Minute" says, "Life goes by so fast that if you blink, you'll miss it... but in a Mississippi minute you can take your sweet time." Each Thursday and Friday on Supertalk Mississippi and at Supertalk.FM, you can spend a "Mississippi minute" with Steve and his friends from the music, TV, film and sports worlds.
 
As Louisiana's Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) advances its draft 2017 Coastal Master Plan, the next few months will be critical in the fight to restore Louisiana’s coast. To keep you engaged and informed, we will bring you discussions on important aspects of coastal restoration, the latest coastal news and events, interviews with relevant experts, business and community leaders, and more.
 
Knock Knock is a true crime podcast, hosted by Jason B. Jones, featuring real stories of the families and communities that have lived through the horror of an unsolved murder. Season 1 tells the story of Jason’s grandmother, Betty Jones, who was murdered alongside her friend, Kathryn Crigler. In Season 2, we introduce another family that is desperately seeking answers to their loved one's cold case. Together we help tell their story, uncover the details of the crime, and seek justice for the ...
 
Inside Bear Athletics will keep you up-to-date on all things Athletic at Southwest Mississippi Community College. We'll talk with our coaches, players, and campus influencers about. all our athletic programs including Football, Men & Women's Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Men & Women's Tennis, Men & Women's Soccer, and Golf. www.southwestbearathletics.com
 
Enter into the mind of a small town girl, West of the Mississippi River welcoming you into her big world overview. Hi, I’m DeAndrea, I’m a single mom of teenagers. We are quirky, full of fun and absolute nuts at times! Join me weekly to divulge in conversations that are both engaging, inspiring and raw about life, culture, society and lifestyle through the ocular of a single mom.
 
A daily podcast about SEC football hosted by David Ubben, Andy Staples, Aaron Suttles, Josh Kendall, Mitch Light & John Hayes. Plus, contributions from The Athletic's CFB staff including Seth Emerson on Georgia, G. Allen Taylor on Florida, Brody Miller on LSU & Peter Baugh on Mizzou. We’ll cover all 14 teams with something new every day. So tap into some of that SEC speed and make us part of your daily routine.
 
Wisconsin Life” celebrates the people, places, history and culture of the state. Come with us as we kayak the Mississippi River, interview musicians in Milwaukee, and bake pasties in Rhinelander. We connect you with diverse people and ideas through short stories updated twice a week.
 
Welcome to Mississippi Prospects. A new podcast focused on community and economic development throughout Mississippi. Brought to you by the MEDC, each podcast will explore a broad range of topics. From workforce development and corporate recruitment to stress management and the traits of effective leadership. You’ll hear from economic development experts who will share their insights on how we can build a stronger Mississippi together.
 
Mississippi was the last state to actively fly the confederate battle flag within the canton of it’s own state flag. For many years, state-funded universities and some cities around the state refused to put up the flag. In 2001 a motion was put to popular vote, but in the end nothing was changed. As the issue became more urgent, with white supremacists flying not only the Confederate and the Nazi flags, but also Mississippi’s state flag, a group of Mississippians began creating a podcast to ...
 
You’ve probably seen his work in a newspaper near you, but now, you can put a voice to the name. On Now You’re Talking with Marshall Ramsey, you’ll hear commentary on the latest news, punch-lines from his latest cartoons, interviews with fellow cancer survivors he’s met along the way and compelling stories of known and unknown people, places, and things of Mississippi. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
email: money@mpbonline.org Money Talks airs Tuesday mornings at 9 Central Time on MPB Think Radio and over the internet at mpbonline.org Money Talks focuses on personal finance as it applies to Mississippians. In any given week, we’ll talk about anything from preparing your taxes to saving for college or investing in the stock market. Our experts are Dr. Nancy Lottridge-Anderson, President of New Perspectives and Ryder Taff, portfolio manager at New Perspectives. Nancy and Ryder are both Cha ...
 
The Made In Mississippi podcast will interview successful Mississippians to gain valuable insights into their approach to business, life as a busy entrepreneur and what they’ve learned throughout the course of their career. Collectively, we know this will be a dynamic resource to educate and encourage other Mississippians who may be feeling the negative connotations to launching, growing, or keeping their business in our state.
 
Every week, join award-winning narrator B.J. Harrison as he narrates the greatest stories the world has ever known. From the jungles of South America to the Mississippi Delta, from Victorian England to the sands of the Arabian desert, join us on a fantastic journey through the words of the world's greatest authors. Critically-acclaimed and highly recommended for anyone who loves a good story with plenty of substance.
 
Mississippi Ed Talk, a podcast produced by the Research and Curriculum Unit (RCU) at Mississippi State University, takes a deep dive into the innovative practices underway in Mississippi’s public schools and districts. Each month, we talk to K-12 administrators, teachers, and key stakeholders to gain insight into promising practices and understand how they came about. Whether you are an educator, a parent, or an education advocate, this podcast will keep you informed about some of the most u ...
 
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 ...
 
Radio personality and actor, Johnny Sanchez along with popular comedian, best selling author, and hilarious storyteller, Elias Isreal are living life and having a lot of laughs with their many guests ranging from comedians, athletes, radio and tv personalities, celebrities, and other people of interest! All the way from Hollywood to Dollywood.. from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean... from Los Angeles to Little Rock!
 
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After the health department's scheduled vaccinations abruptly reached capacity, residents seek answers from officials about when the next shipment of doses will be available. Then, with FBI warnings of protests beginning this weekend throughout the nation, we examine Mississippi's preparations. Plus, 60 years after the first Freedom Rides, we refle…
 
Listen to this episode of the Made In Mississippi podcast as Anna Barker and Hagan Walker tell us about Glo Pals. Their award winning children's bath toy line that's bringing a lot of fun to an often NOT fun time for children and parents. Based in Starkville, Glo Pals is already in major retail stores across the country. You'll also hear about an e…
 
A week ago, it was Mississippi State that erased a double digit deficit and won in convincing fashion over Missouri. Wednesday night at Humphrey Coliseum, it was the Bulldogs who gave away a big advantage, falling to Texas A&M 56-55. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look at another frustrating loss for the maroon and white, then turn their attention to…
 
In episode 137 of the TigerTalk podcast presented by Northeast Mississippi Community College, host Will Kollmeyer welcomes Northeast president, Dr. Ricky G. Ford, to the podcast as Kollmeyer and Ford sit down to discuss what is happening at the college. Northeast is coming off its holiday break that saw the students spend nearly two months away fro…
 
1973 - In 1915 Hawkins Vickers went to work for his brother-in-law selling vegetable plants to local farmers. In this interview from 1973, he explains how that pioneering business model grew into a nationwide industry. Vickers moved to Hattiesburg in 1923 to start his own vegetable plant business. He recalls how two years of bad weather nearly conv…
 
As part of The Mississippi Arts Commission’s series of interviews featuring the recipients of this year’s Governor’s Arts Awards, Melody Moody Thortis focuses on the work of the Tutwiler Quilters; known nationally for their quilts, potholders, placemats and purses. During the pandemic, the group transitioned to making masks for local hospitals and …
 
Arséne Lupin declares it a mystery for babies. But when murder occurs on the open road, it seems everyone is stumped but him. Maurice Leblanc, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. Thank you to all of our financial supporters. We couldn’t do this without you. We really try make your suppo…
 
In 1952, Leonard Schmitt ran against controversial Senator Joseph McCarthy on the Republican ticket in Wisconsin…and lost. We recently received a WHYsconsin question from a listener who wanted to know more about Schmitt, the attorney who campaigned on a platform of decency. Liz Dohms-Harter brings us the story of a man who rebuked the division and …
 
Mississippi State is hoping for a lot of improvement in year two of the Mike Leach era, but does history show us that is a fair expectation? Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman look back at Leach's stops at Texas Tech and Washington State to see how that holds up, then Future Brian joins the show for the first time in 2021 to recap an uninspiring performa…
 
Appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations through the health department has reached capacity following a surge in demand. Then, we examine the latest effort to impeach and convict President Donald Trump, and how accountability for the insurrection at the Capitol could extend to lawmakers. Plus, in our Book Club, “The Prophets,” by Robert Jones, Jr. Se…
 
Our experts talk about what's in the news and answer your personal finance questions. Dr. Nancy Lottridge-Anderson, President of New Perspectives and Ryder Taff, portfolio manager at New Perspectives. Nancy and Ryder are both Chartered Financial Analysts and Ryder also holds the Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement from the CFA Institu…
 
Months after an overwhelming vote, the new Mississippi state flag is finalized by Governor Reeves and raised above the state capitol. Then, vaccination roll-out in Mississippi is lagging behind - especially in long term care settings. Health officials and representatives from major pharmacies explain the delays during a hearing with lawmakers. Plus…
 
Alabama caps the season with another National Championship. Heisman winner DeVonta Smith went for over 200 yards with 3TDs ... in the first half! Texas A&M fans used last night as an opportunity to remind people why they deserved to be in the playoff. LSU officially hires a Jake Peetz as offensive coordinator in an effort to recreate Joe Brady's 20…
 
With snow hitting the Magnolia State, we talk to the National Weather Service about how long residents can expect wintry weather. Then, the health department expands vaccination sites in the continuing fight to lower transmission of the coronavirus. Plus, after assuming leadership of the Department of Corrections last summer, Commissioner Burl Cain…
 
For the first True Story episode of 2021, Tig and Cheryl take a time machine back to the '70s and watch the new Bee Gees doc that covers the incredible highs and tragic lows of the legendary folk-R&B-disco band. Our favorite doc duo discusses the medallion-in-chest-hair look, which of the brothers is their favorite, and none other than Dane Cook hi…
 
Mississippi State's men and women each had a good weekend on the court, but even in victory the Bulldogs had to work harder than you might have thought before the games tipped. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman examine a successful two days for Bulldog basketball, then look at the newest addition to the football signing class via the transfer portal.…
 
A record high in COVID-19 cases elevates health professionals' concerns over an already stressed hospital system. Then, the Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee reflects on the storming of the Capitol earlier this week. Plus, the latest State of the State survey reveals a drop in the Governor's approval rating. Segment 1: Mississippi has …
 
Welcome back to Delta Dispatches as Simone and Jacques kick off 2021 with a favorite guest, Dr. Robert Twilley, who updates the duo on the exciting development of Louisiana being considered for a National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR). Louisiana is one of the few coastal states that doesn’t currently have a NERR. Dr. Twilley discusses what valu…
 
A copyist, a tailor, and an official each demonstrate the cracks in Tsarist Russian society. Nikolai Gogol, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. Thank you to all of our financial supporters. We couldn’t do this without you. We really try make your support worth your while. For a five-dol…
 
What’s the first drink you think of when you hear the crack and fizz of a can opening? A Pepsi? A Miller Lite? Or, do you think of a Jolly Good soda, a drink that has its roots right here in Wisconsin? A can of Jolly Good Soda is one of the many items included in the Wisconsin 101 project, which tells the state’s history through objects. WPR’s Rach…
 
Many people set resolutions in the name of good health or kicking some kind of vice, which seems harmless and sometimes helpful. But after a year, when uncertainty was the running theme, is it time to finally ditch resolutions for something more useful? Listen as Dr. Buttross talks about the origin of New Year Resolutions and discusses how to set r…
 
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