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Best New Albany podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best New Albany podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Updated August 2020
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The newest sermons from Christ Church New Albany on SermonAudio.
New Albany Presbyterian Church Website
The latest news for Albany, New York, including hourly national updates and in-depth local reporting.
Audio sermons from Sojourn Collective. We are a a family of local churches around the Louisville metro area. Visit us at sojournchurch.com.
Located in New Albany, Ohio. Our desire is to be a light to the whole world - Matthew 5:14. For music, events, and general info visit five14church.com.
Messages from Church on the Rock, New Albany, Indiana.
'New York NOW' is New York State's Emmy Award-winning, in-depth public affairs program, featuring news, interviews and analysis from the Capitol in Albany. Each week, 'New York NOW' probes politicians, civil servants, journalists and others to examine the impact of public policy on residents of the Empire State.
A New York Minute In History is a podcast about the history of New York and the unique tales of New Yorkers. It is hosted by Devin Lander, the New York State Historian, and Don Wildman. Jim Levulis is the producer. A New York Minute In History is a production of the New York State Museum, WAMC Northeast Public Radio and Archivist Media. Support for the project comes from The Pomeroy Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities and a Humanities New York Action Grant.
Capital Church is a diverse community of Jesus followers who are sharing life and making Jesus famous throughout the Capital Region.
Take a look inside the newsroom of the oldest and largest newspaper in New York's Capital Region. Each week, we'll explore the paper's top stories in-depth, and talk to the award-winning journalists who report them.
Forward Church Sermons
Welcome to Albany Baptist Church Our church is a place where you feel you belong. Know that you belong to a God who adores you and that you belong with a group of people who are not perfect and don’t expect you to be either. Our church is a place where we belong but we also change. We change when we discover together the love of God who wants us to have a life of fullness. We change because we discover a love that transforms us, challenges us, grows us. We change because we experience the po ...
The sermon and Bible class podcast of the Charlestown Road church of Christ in New Albany, Indiana. For more resources, visit www.CharlestownRoad.org.
Sermons and Audio Messages from New Life Community Church
The Media Project is an inside look at media coverage of current events with The Times Union's Rex Smith, WAMC's Alan Chartock, University at Albany Professor Rosemary Armao, Editor of the Daily Gazette Judy Patrick, Chair of the Department of Communication at the College of St. Rose Cailin Brown, Publisher of Empire Report New York J.P. Miller, and Daily Freeman Publisher Emeritus Ira Fusfeld.
The Albany Devils
Official Podcast of Hillside Church in New Albany, IN. Visit our website at www.hillsidechurch.us
What happens when three New York reporters sit in a (small) room and talk politics? Join host Zack Fink and the NY1 political team each week for a conversation where no topic is off-limits and everything is on the record.
You can keep yourself abreast of political developments and gain a little insight into how New York State's politicians think when you listen in as political scientist Dr. Alan Chartock holds conversations with members from the Assembly and Senate, and others each week on The Capitol Connection.
Our motto is: No Perfect People HERE, which means it's a church for real people like you. There are no church clothes required and a diverse mix of people who attend, so you'll feel right at home. House of Praise is known as the most welcoming church in the Capital District of New York. Grab a cup of coffee in the Connection Cafe, sit wherever you'd like in the spacious sanctuary and we are sure you'll agree.
People are still making a difference in ministry...I am here to find them, let them tell their story, and inspire you to try new things, connect and make a difference
Nondenominational congregation of Christians in New Albany, Indiana.
A Good Run Podcast offers pieces of political history as personally experienced by Dan Feldman, a New York State legislator between 1981 and 1998 and current public management professor at John Jay College. The series includes revealing encounters between Feldman and such legendary New York political figures as Ed Koch, Mario Cuomo and John Lindsay, as well as with figures still prominent in American politics. His two children, Asher and Leah, take turns interviewing Dan about topics recount ...
Podcasts by Time Warner Cable Sports, from Time Warner Cable of Albany
Listen Albany: the Capital City's Cultural Heritage Podcast, is a series of podcasts that offer just a glimpse into Albany's long, rich history. Albany, the oldest city in the United States operating under its original charter (1686), has known many famous faces over its centuries-long life, Its world-class architecture and stunning streetscapes have provided the perfect backdrop for these famous faces. Through this podcast, you will learn about the people and places that make Albany's herit ...
New Netherland Praatjes is a series of chats with historians, archaeologists, and other experts on New Netherland and the world of the 17th-century Dutch. New Netherland extended from present-day Albany, New York in the north to Delaware in the south, and encompassed parts of what are now the states of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut and Delaware.
Proactive wellness talk with Dr. Luke Reinhart owner of Proactive Health and Wellness in New Albany, Gahanna, and Westerville Ohio. For more information go to www.proactiveohio.com
Diner Night is a podcast founded by Taylor Reinhart and Hannah Ticoras, participants in the Ohio University comedy scene with Blue Pencil Comedy and OU Improv. Together with their friend Matt Albani, they meet at 11 PM every night in the 24/7 Union Street Diner in Athens, Ohio. They invite a guest host and a guest in hopes of making new friends, learning new things about old ones, and telling stories.
Take an audio trip around Kentucky, Indiana, and throughout our region. On each episode, we listen to a field recording from the Kentuckiana Sounds map, and hear from the contributor who made it. Produced by Louisville Public Media, and Kentuckiana Sounds.
You can find the region's most in-depth look at New York State politics and government each week on The Legislative Gazette. Hosted by David Guistina, the program features regular commentary by syndicated columnist and political scientist Dr. Alan Chartock. On each program, the award-winning WAMC News Team combines forces to bring you a wrap-up of the week's political news, the goings on in and around the legislature, and the stories that will keep you well-informed and in the know.
Get your daily dose of what's happening in New York's North Country, the Adirondacks, Vermont, Canada, and beyond. Host David Sommerstein presents the best stories from North Country Public Radio's award-winning newsroom. You'll hear the most interesting voices on the most important issues in the region. There's even a micro-newscast to keep you up to date. When you miss "going local" in your podcast feed, Story of the Day has you covered. 010329
Fireside Tales is a monthly live storytelling show in New Albany, Indiana hosted by Drusiph creator and Year of the Rabbit author Jerry Koufeldt and And Also As Well As In Addition To Too host Simon McKim.
The insurance technology innovation community for entrepreneurs and market professionals in London and around the world.
Welcome to the UAlbany News Podcast, where we speak with faculty, staff and students on how their research is tackling today’s most challenging problems and issues. This show is hosted and produced by Sarah O'Carroll, a Communications Specialist at the University at Albany, State University of New York, with production assistance by Patrick Dodson and Scott Freedman. Have a comment or question about one of our episodes? You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can find us on Tw ...
Podcast by WCNY
The Cherry Street congregation serves New Albany, southern Indiana, and greater Louisville, KY teaching nondenominational, biblical truth with love.
A grisly dissection of New York's political underbelly.
Extol Magazine host various podcasts -- from our own, to our clients -- so our subscribers will have a nice variety to choose from. Extol Magazine is a Southern Indiana/Louisville Kentucky publication that celebrates our lifestyles, local profiles, businesses, people, places, and culture. Extol also celebrates health, fitness and sports from the area.
Brian McLaughlin and Sam Herder discuss all things FCS on the HERO Sports Podcast Network.
The goal of Full 90 Coaching is to have members of the soccer community share their experiences, insights, and tips to inspire others and become better! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/full90coaching/support
Your spiritual welfare is our concern. We'll be delighted if you join us every Sunday at 10am for worship. 5954 S. Albany Ave Chicago, IL60629.
Hip-Hop, whiskey, and words.
Seize the Way podcast is powered by United Way of the Greater Capital Region and hosted by President and CEO Peter Gannon. The pod catches up with interesting people in our community who are doing inspiring things. Tune in and #UWGCRSeizeTheWay.
Home of the Federation Invasion
Listen to the latest from Dutchess County and the state of New York with Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro.
Regarded as one of James’ finest works, The Portrait of a Lady revolves around the life and the development of Isabel Archer as she embarks on a scrupulous journey of self-discovery, forced to choose between her individual freedom and the preset conventions of society. Moreover, the novel explores themes of existentialism, objectification of women, wealth, suffering, and the conflict between individual longing and social conformity. Set in the second half of the 19th century, the novel opens ...
Creative License Presents: Upstage NY Podcast Series & Tales of Old Albany We are here to open your eyes. To help you see the world in new and unexpected ways. We are here to take everything that you know about theater and turn it upside down. We are here to prove that heart, soul, and imagination can take you far. That they should not be underestimated. We are here to push boundaries. We are here to create. We are Creative License.
By John Snyder
In a difficult and confusing world, wisdom helps tremendously, though it falls far short of grasping the incomprehensible plans of an infinitely awesome God. In the absence of total comprehension, we fear Him and enjoy His gifts on the way to the grave.By David Milroy
By Frank Luchsinger
Pastor Jonah Sage preaches from Philippians 4:10-23 on August 2, 2020. Speaker: Jonah SageBy Jonah Sage
This year’s state primary elections saw major wins by progressive candidates. Today, we met Khaleel Anderson, who will be one of the youngest members of the Assembly when he comes to Albany.By WCNY
(Airs 7/23/20 @ 3 p.m. & 7/25/20 @ 5:30 a.m.) WAMC's Alan Chartock speaks with Jesse McKinley, Albany Bureau Chief for The New York Times .By David Guistina
We got an update on the latest issues impacting higher education from the chair of the Assembly Higher Education Committee, Asm. Deborah Glick (D-Manhattan).By WCNY
Yesterday, the Legislature held hearings on the impact that COVID-19 has had on nursing homes in the state. Today, we heard from the chair of the Senate Health Committee, Sen. Gustavo Rivera (D-Bronx) on the hearing and the next steps for the Empire State.By WCNY
In the wake of the killing of George Floyd while in police custody, the legislature on the state and New York City level took action on a number of police reform bills. Ron Pierone of the New York State Police Investigators Association weighed in on the changes.By WCNY
Jim Heaney, Editor and Executive Director of Investigative Post, shared the latest reporting from the organization.By WCNY
Late last week, State Board of Elections Co-Chair Peter Kosinski released a statement saying he would not attend another Board of Elections meeting until the Governor appointed a second Republican Commissioner to the bi-partisan board. Kosinski explained his decision and the latest election issues.By WCNY
At the peak of the pandemic, we heard from the Association on Aging in New York which was trying to help senior New Yorkers battle isolation as stay-at-home orders were put into place. As some restrictions are rolled back, we got an update on this effort from Becky Preve, Executive Director of the Association on Aging in New York.…
The progressive wave that swept New York this primary season will mean Albany will have a number of new faces walking the halls. We met one of those new Assembly candidates, Stefani Zinerman.By WCNY
Todd Kehoe, Research Director at the Albany Business Review, shared his latest project which took a look at the largest incentive packages that the state gave out from tech developments to TV productions.By WCNY
This week joel discusses how many times we should forgive and extend mercy.By Joel Kovacs
(Aug 3, 2020) The U.S.-Canada border has been closed to all non-essential traffic since March. North Country families and loved ones have had to go to great lengths to even see each other. Also: Gov. Cuomo says schools need to make a better case for safe reopenings to parents.By NCPR News
The Media Project is an inside look at media coverage of current events with WAMC’s CEO Alan Chartock; Times Union Editor-at-Large Rex Smith, Former Editor, Investigative Journalist and current UAlbany Professor, Rosemary Armao; and Judy Patrick, Former Editor of the Daily Gazette and Vice President for Editorial Development for the New York Press …
Statistics reveal that the Church is losing the next generation. Nearly 70% of church-going students will leave the church after high school. How do we change that disturbing trend? Join Pastor David and Carrie as they sit down with youth and young adults of the Capital Church community who are leading in the church rather than leaving it. As we he…
By Pastor Jordan Jacobs
By Frank Luchsinger
After spotting a gap in the market, Adam Richards co-founded Albany Group to build technology solutions to help insurers improve their supplies and claims processes, and how they interact with their partners. Listen here or on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. Adam is joined by Andy Stevenson, a former Albany client now helping to expan…
SPEAKER: Jason Hardin RESOURCES: Interactive outline S0005By Charlestown Road church of Christ
On this week’s Gazette, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he’ll sue the federal government over its rationale for banning the state’s Trusted Traveler program. Our political observer Dr. Alan Chartock shares his thoughts on a new analysis, which finds several private colleges may “perish” due to the devastating economic impact of COVID-19. We als…
On this week's edition of New York NOW: the state Legislature begins its hearing on the state's handling of the COVID-19 crisis, while Gov. Cuomo renews his fight against Congress for more funding. Next week, lawmakers will hold a hearing on the state's handling of nursing homes during the pandemic. Senate Health Chair Gustavo Rivera joins us to pr…
Alex discusses playing for the Boca Juniors youth team, the origins and growth of AC Football Academy and its structure, the focus of their training sessions prioritizing the development of the tools of the game and decision-making, as well as building and maintain a strong culture within the Academy. IG: @alexcobo369 @ac_football_academy http://ac…
In her new book, Break ‘Em Up, Fordham Law professor and progressive activist Zephyr Teachout, warns of the power that major companies like Monsanto and Amazon have on our economy and politics. We discussed the new book with the author on today’s program.By WCNY
We were joined by the Commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Basil Seggos, for a conversation on the effort to reach the state’s climate goals and much more.By WCNY
The state has set new drinking water standards for PFOA and PFOS. Liz Moran, Environmental Policy Director at NYPIRG, explained what these new standards mean and discuss the state’s decision to postpone a $3 billion environmental bond proposalBy WCNY
We use the concept of a "drive-thru" for many aspects of modern life - i.e. for food, for banking, for coffee - but the pandemic has opened up a new avenue for a funeral home in Ballston Lake. Reporter Rick Karlin spoke with the directors of the home about the technology they've set up to enable grieving families to receive friends and loved ones a…
With a coronavirus-related financial crisis, NY1’s Zack Fink, Courtney Gross, and Juan Manuel Benitez analyze the debate over raising taxes on the ultra-wealthy in New York. They also look at how the pandemic and mass protests have already changed next year’s race for mayor. We want to hear from you: Twitter: #NY1OffTopic or @ZackFinkNews, @JuanMaB…
(Jul 31, 2020) The North Country has seen a rash of racist acts this month. Community leaders have denounced them, but they're wrestling with what else to do. Also: A summer hike to Tirrell Pond.By NCPR News
(Airs 7/30/20 @ 3 p.m. & 8/01/20 @ 5:30 a.m.) WAMC's Alan Chartock speaks with Ned Sullivan, President of the environmental organization Scenic Hudson.By David Guistina
Environmental advocates cheered the passage of legislation sponsored by Sen. Rachel May (D-Syracuse) that closes a loophole on the disposal of fracking waste. We heard from the Senator about the bill on today’s program.By WCNY
The Senate Republican conference pushed a legislative package aimed at increasing protections for police officers. Sen. Patrick Gallivan, former Erie County Sheriff, weighed in on the package of reforms.By WCNY
Legislation proposed by Asm. Ron Kim (D-Queens) would roll back protections for nursing homes and hospitals that was included in the state budget. The Assemblymember joined the show to explain how his legislation works.By WCNY
The stock market was not immune to the economic impact of COVID-19. Comptroller Tom DiNapoli (D) discussed the latest figures on the state’s pension fund and more.By WCNY
In the third episode of our series: Legends and Lore of the Empire State, A New York Minute In History explores the inspirations behind Washington Irving’s “Headless Horseman” and “Ichabod Crane.” (more…)By WAMC
(Jul 30, 2020) New York State is staring down a $14 billion deficit, with another $16 billion short for next year. If Congress doesn't step in to help, many state lawmakers think the wealthy should. Also: A Black family that found a noose in their yard speaks out.By NCPR News
Sam goes solo for this episode and discusses the latest news and updates regarding the upcoming FCS season. What have we learned in the last week? When will a decision be made? What’s the best option for playing games this academic year?By Brian McLaughlin & Sam Herder
SERIES: My Eyes Have Seen Your Glory SPEAKER: Shawn Jeffries G0004By Charlestown Road church of Christ
New York’s counties are facing a tough fiscal situation due in part to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jack Marren, Chairman of the Board of the Ontario County Supervisors and President of the New York State Association of Counties, discussed the fiscal situation and the need for federal assistance.By WCNY
At the peak of New York’s fight against COVID-19, hundreds of New Yorkers were dying every day. We got an update on the after-life care industry now that COVID-19 deaths have dropped considerably from David Fleming, Legislative Director of the New York Cemeteries Association.By WCNY
In an effort to prevent layoffs amidst this tumultuous economic situation, many states including New York have embraced a shared work system. Maria Figueroa, Director of Labor and Policy Research at the Cornell ILR School, explained how the system works.By WCNY
The legislature was busy in their return to Albany this month. One of the bills passed would create an automatic voter registration system in New York. We hosted Jude Seymour, Jefferson County Republican Election Commissioner, and Dustin Czarny, Onondaga County Democratic Election Commissioner, to debate the merits of the system.…
(Jul 29, 2020) According to new reporting in the Albany Times-Union, the officer later changed his story about the incident in June, but was never disciplined or charged. We talk with the reporter who broke the story. Also: like other forms of domestic violence, child abuse appears to be up during the pandemic.…
Stop it, who loves mercy??? Joel talks about how mercy is an outpouring of God’s character that must be developed in and through our lives.By Joel Kovacs
Last week, the Legislature passed legislation that would end SLAPP lawsuits in the Empire State. Justin Harrison, Policy Council at the New York Civil Liberties Union, explained what these lawsuits are and their impact on free speech.By WCNY