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Best Regional podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Regional podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Maura was a 21 year old student in February of 2004 when she inexplicably drove three hours from her dorm in Amherst, Massachusetts to the White Mountains of New Hampshire and vanished. At around 7:30pm her vehicle was involved in a single car, non life threatening accident at a hairpin turn on dark & desolate Route 112. She has not been seen or heard from since. Now two filmmakers set out to find answers on this mystery by diving deep into Maura's life, the region in which she went missing, ...
 
Discussing the important issues in gymnastics with respect to USA Gymnastics Region 5. The Region 5 Gymnastics Insider Podcast gives our media team a platform to give opinions on gymnastics coaching and training techniques, preview or recap gymnastics events, in depth interviews with coaches and athletes, and overall having an avenue to talk about the best sport in the world gymnastics and the best region in the country Region 5.
 
Atlantic Voice tells stories about issues and people throughout the region. We present documentaries prepared by journalists that take a thoughtful approach to the changes going on in our region. We talk about the things that pull us together as a region - and sometimes tear us apart!
 
Gravy shares stories of the changing American South through the foods we eat. Gravy showcases a South that is constantly evolving, accommodating new immigrants, adopting new traditions, and lovingly maintaining old ones. It uses food as a means to explore all of that, to dig into lesser-known corners of the region, complicate stereotypes, document new dynamics, and give voice to the unsung folk who grow, cook, and serve our daily meals.
 
Launched in April 1998, Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins has become the region's exclusive forum for the discussion of politics, arts, culture, social issues, literature, human interest, the environment and more. If something is of interest to the Charlotte region, listeners and leaders know the topic is bound to be discussed on Charlotte Talks. Follow along: @CharlotteTalks.
 
Season 3: In 1984, a father of three disappeared while working at a mysterious Cincinnati plant. It turned out he’d met a gruesome fate: Pieces of bone, his eyeglasses and walkie-talkie were uncovered inside a vat that reached 1350 degrees Fahrenheit. Two months later, the Fernald Feed Materials Production Center was revealed to have been processing uranium – and polluting the region. The dead man’s children believe their father was murdered because he intended to expose how the plant had be ...
 
Work Talk is the official podcast of New Rivers/Mt Rogers Workforce Development Area. The New River/Mount Rogers Workforce Development Board envisions a region where every business has access to a qualified, job-ready workforce and every citizen in the region has the skills needed to secure meaningful employment, competitive wages, and career advancement through an integrated workforce support infrastructure. To learn more, visit http://nrmrwib.org/
 
Action Items is a product of Comstock's magazine, the premier business publication for California's Capital Region. Our podcast features local leaders from varying perspectives brought together to offer unique insight into local issues and provide tangible action items for listeners who want to have an impact on their community. Shorter episodes are released in off weeks featuring audio versions of our monthly print features.
 
District of Conservation is a podcast highlighting the incredible conservationists who thrive and survive deep in or around "The Swamp." These are the policymakers, storytellers, trailblazers, and hardworking folks who go unnoticed but shape this region—whether they live or work here. In addition to guests, the podcast will also cover difficult and even controversial conservation public policy matters and news.
 
Ear to Asia is produced by Asia Institute, the Asia research specialists, at the University of Melbourne, Australia. In Ear to Asia, we talk with Asia researchers to unpack the issues behind news headlines in a region that is rapidly changing the world. Subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
 
Are you looking for something good to read? Or watch? Or listen to? Tune in to Fraser Valley Regional Library’s ReadRadio podcast for some great recommendations. In each episode we will highlight some of the library’s books, movies and TV shows that you might not know about. All reviewed materials are available for loan in the FVRL catalogue. ReadRadio will release a new episode every other Friday. Fraser Valley Regional Library is the largest public library system in British Columbia, with ...
 
Join host David Fleming for a program dedicated to Arts and Entertainment in our region, as well as the people and places providing it. Interviews with authors, producers, visual artists and musicians, spotlighting a classic album or a brand new release. From musical legends and icons - to players at the local level, from Broadway tours to Community theater, from the Hollywood Bowl to the Redlands Bowl.
 
We are a 5E DnD TTRPG Campaign set in the Kanto Pokemon Region! We offer weekly episodes that alternate between storyline and discussion. Hosted by Nick Schommer (@Sendoren1) and featuring the voices of Jared Thomson (@j12thomson) and his brother Adam Thomson. Don't forget to subscribe, leave a review, follow us on Twitter @CubonesC, and join Nick's Patreon at patreon.com/sendoren
 
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The 2020 season was cut short with seniors career coming to end with the the closure they may have wanted. We at the Region 5 Insider are hoping to provide some closure with our Alumni Conversation. Our first senior conversation is with Michigan Senior Lexi Funk. We look back on her JO and College career and she talks about her thoughts on the end …
 
Adina was founded in 1971 by Australian watchmaker and current managing director Robert ‘Bob’ Menzies. A determined businessman, Bob had a dream to create a watch capable of withstanding the rigours of the Australian lifestyle. Today the business has grown from one dedicated man to a staff of twenty, including Bob’s son Grant, building the craft of…
 
On today's program: Pittsburgh Public Schools begins distributing more tech for at-home instruction; Gov. Tom Wolf faces legislative and legal pressure over what it means to be essential; and how the pandemic and its accompanying isolation is affecting people with substance use disorder.By mharris@wesa.fm (Megan Harris)
 
In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna chat with private investigators Greg Overacker and Lou Barry about the disappearance of Erica Jayne Franolich from Middleburgh, New York in October of 1985. This is part two. Part one is available and it's best if you listen to that first. If you have any information please call the New York State P…
 
A few weeks ago, grocery store shelves were emptier than many shoppers had ever seen, but that’s since changed. We'll hear how the country’s supply chains are holding up during the pandemic. Plus, the Pac-12 is thinking about dipping into its reserves to make up for lost revenue from the cancellation of spring sports and March Madness. That and mor…
 
This show brings the audience great things Ohioans are doing to make their communities, the state, the region, and the world a better place as entrepreneurs, leaders, historical and popular culture figures. For episode 74, I had the pleasure of speaking with Denison University Baseball Coach and Author Mike Deegan. To connect with the Outstanding O…
 
The leading fishing management organisations in the Pacific have relaxed the rules on catch monitoring so that on board observers can return to their home ports while coronavirus pandemic persists. But the process won't happen fast, and delays caused by border closures and quarantine requirements would appear to be inevitable.…
 
Guests Butte County Treasurer-Tax Collector, Troy Kidd, discusses why the property tax deadline in California shouldn’t be moved back. Stanislaus County Treasurer-Tax Collector, Donna Riley, on the value of property tax revenue. Yolo County Chief Financial Officer, Chad Rinde, checks in on the property tax deadline implications for Yolo County. Sac…
 
As many employees transition from working in an office to working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this episode explores tips for successfully adjusting to working from home. Discover how to create a work/life balance, what to consider when choosing a workspace, and how to maintain a sense of connection when working virtually.…
 
This edition of KVC-Arts begins with longtime KVCR contributor Cassie MacDuff in conversation with Susan Straight. Author of many novels, her latest work is a memoir - In the Country of Women. Then it's David Fleming speaking with Barry Manilow about his newest release, Night Songs II, an exploration of The Great American Songbook. They also spoke …
 
In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna chat with private investigators Greg Overacker and Lou Barry about the disappearance of Erica Jayne Franolich from Middleburgh, New York in October of 1985. This is part one. Part two airs tomorrow. If you have any information please call the New York State Police at 518-630-1700. Check out our site…
 
Vanuatu disaster officials are working around the clock to assess the damage monster category five Cyclone Harold caused to remote northern and central islands. Meanwhille in neighbouring Fiji, there are already reports of damage, as the now-category 4 storm tracks towards it and close to large population areas.…
 
A medical emergency brings out the best in people, doesn't it? There's a chance you answered that question NO. Because we've already had conversations about states having to compete in bidding wars for scarce medical equipment, and about people seeking to profit from shortages of household goods, or "cure" scams, or both. There will be more before …
 
Generic drugs can seem like lifesavers for people in need of medicine. They cost less than the name-brand drugs with the same formulation, and insurance plans tend to steer patients to them for that reason. But the generics are generally made offshore, and shortcuts are made to keep costs down. Katherine Eban wrote about this in the highly acclaime…
 
Guests POLITICO Health Care Reporter Alice Ollstein with the latest on the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic UC Davis Professor of Zoological Medicine and Head Veterinarian at the Sacramento Zoo Dr. Jenessa Gjeltema on the recent news that a tiger at a Bronx, New York zoo has been infected with the novel coronavirus UC Davis Professor of…
 
Social separation has the major upside of potentially slowing the spread of Covid-19 to rates manageable by the health care system. But there are lots of downsides to people having to stay home most of the time. One of them is the heightened possibility of domestic abuse in households of people cooped up together.…
 
Several political and health leaders say this is a crucial time in the coronavirus pandemic. This part of April will likely feature a continued increase in cases, and deaths, but the huge numbers of people staying home could finally "flatten the curve" of increase. Southern Oregon has not been hit as hard as the rest of the state, but health worker…
 
Three bored freshman-year college students decided to liven up their lives by stealing millions of dollars worth of rare artwork and manuscripts from a university library. How and why they did it gets spelled out by one of the perps, Eric Borsuk, in his true crime memoir American Animals , which was made into a movie in 2018. Borsuk wrote the book …
 
On today's program: Diapers remain in short supply for some Western PA parents; CMU’s virtual tip jar already boasts 6,000 names; scientists worry that poor air quality could make the Pittsburgh region more susceptible to coronavirus; and without reliable internet, rural school districts are struggling to provide equitable education.…
 
In Episode 77 of District of Conservation, host Gabriella Hoffman interviews Abby Casey of AC Outdoors. Abby isn't your typical outdoor influencer. She began her career in the outdoor industry at Realtree Outdoors, went to host a program on the popular channel Rated Red, and now works with brands like Browning Arms and Airgun Depot as an Outdoor Li…
 
Guests Washington Post Health and Medicine Reporter Lenny Bernstein on the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. Political Junkie Ken Rudin with the latest in national politics and the presidential race Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg on how Sacramento is managing during the coronavirus pandemic Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs checks in with Stockton’s …
 
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