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Best BYUradio podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best BYUradio podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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In Good Faith is the place to hear stories and accounts from believers, told in their own words. Our hope is to listen with an open heart, celebrating the power of faith and belief, and what those stories mean to the ones who tell them. Host Steven Kapp Perry talks with believers from all walks of faith--Catholic and Episcopalian, Buddhist and Baptist, Jewish and Hindu, Presbyterian and Seventh Day Adventist, Muslim and Mormon--in other words, human beings and believers, sharing their person ...
 
Matt Townsend specializes in energizing and involving audiences with his unique approach to building and maintaining successful relationships. Known as one of America's top presenters in the field of Human Relations and Development, Matt blends humor and story telling with interactive, real-life solutions that motivate and inspire his listeners.
 
Topics that help the rising generation discover literature and experience the world around them. Worlds Awaiting is a weekly program for grownups who care about children hosted by children's literature expert, Rachel Wadham, Education and Juvenile Literature Librarian at the BYU Library. Guests include authors, experts, teachers and parents. Listen to the show on Saturdays at 7 pm EST/ 4 pm PST.
 
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Preserving Veterans’ MemoriesGuest: Col. Karen D. Lloyd, Retired US Army, Director of Veteran’s History ProjectEarlier this month marked the 75th anniversary of V-E Day, when Nazi Germany surrendered, and World War II effectively ended in Europe. US Navy Commander Ed Godwin remembers going ashore in Liverpool, England when the announcement was made…
 
Imperfect UnionGuest: Steve Inskeep, author, "Imperfect Union: How Jessie and John Frémont Mapped the West, Invented Celebrity, and Helped Cause the Civil War"; host, NPR's "Morning Edition" and NPR's morning news podcast "Up First"Jessie and John Frémont were central to the westward expansion of the United States. John Frémont named the Golden Gat…
 
The Rise and Fall of Charles LindberghGuest: Candace Fleming, author, "The Rise and Fall of Charles Lindbergh"Famous for his solo flight across the Atlantic, Charles Lindbergh has long been regarded as a pioneer in aviation history. But who was he, really? Grieving father, Nazi sympathizer, international celebrity? All three, and much more. The com…
 
Some moments in sports deserve a second watch. While we wait for live sports to return, join Spencer and Jarom on this special play-by-replay of the great moments of BYU Sports. Today, it's the instant classic from this past basketball season where two top 25 teams squared off in the Marriott Center. Coach Pope, Yoeli Childs, and Jake Toolson give …
 
Genes, Germs and the Curious Forces That Make Us Who We Are (0:36)Guest: Bill Sullivan, PhD, Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Author of “Pleased to Meet Me: Genes, Germs, and the Curious Forces That Make Us Who We Are.” Almost everything we think we know about ourselves is wrong, says Bill Sullivan. “…
 
Women in the Shadows of the Supreme Court (0:31)Guest: Renee Knake Jefferson, JD, Professor of Law and Joanne and Larry Doherty Chair in Legal Ethics, University of Houston Law Center, Coauthor of “Shortlisted: Women in the Shadows of the Supreme Court”One third of America’s Supreme Court justices are women - and if you only saw that number, you mi…
 
Stardust Found In an Australian Meteorite Dated Older Than the Solar SystemGuest: Philipp Heck, Associate Curator of Meteoritics and Polar Studies, Field Museum of Natural History, and Associate Professor, University of ChicagoIn a small Australian town in 1969, smelly meteorite fragments fell from the sky. Decades later, researchers discovered tha…
 
Brain Damage and Criminal BehaviorGuest: Kim Gorgens, Professor, Graduate School of Professional Psychology, University of DenverTraumatic brain injuries are much more common in prison populations than in the population at large. What does this teach us about rehabilitation and recividivism? CTE and Contact SportsGuest: Kevin Bieniek, Assistant Pro…
 
Another Inspector General Gets the Boot (0:31)Guest: Ryan Vogel, Director of the Center for National Security Studies, Utah Valley UniversityIn the last six weeks, President Trump has removed the inspectors general of the Intelligence Community, the Defense Department, Health and Human Services and, most recently, the State Department. In each case…
 
What We Know – And What We Still Don’t – About Kids and COVID-19 (0:31)Guest: Damian Roland, Pediatric Emergency Physician, Honorary Associate Professor at University of Leicester, Contributor to dontforgetthebubbles.comWhat do we know at this point about how COVID-19 affects kids? The vast majority of serious cases worldwide have been adults, thou…
 
Why the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Not Good Business for Hospitals (0:31)Guest: Vivian Ho, PhD, Professor of Economics at Rice University, Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of MedicineIf there’s such a thing as a boom time for hospitals and doctors, you’d think a global health crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic would be it. And yet, the American Hos…
 
A Bright EnigmaGuest: Jennifer Whitten, Assistant Professor, Planetary Science Research Group, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Tulane UniversityNot much is known about Venus due to the immense pressure of its atmosphere. But careful use of radar imaging is bringing Venus to life. Volcanoes on VenusGuest: Justin Filiberto, Senior Staff Scientist a…
 
Protecting PanthersGuest: Craig Pittman, author, "Cat Tale: The Wild, Weird Battle to Save the Florida Panther"When big cats are endangered, some may worry that bringing them back will increase risks to humans. What are the benefits, though? The complicated tale of bringing back the Florida panther involves a campaign by school children and a rival…
 
UTS: Faith to Fight Gang Violence (0:36)Guest: Rev. Eugene F. Rivers, III, Activist, Co-Founder of the Boston TenPoint Coalition. Boston has experienced an increase in shootings during the coronavirus pandemic. A week ago, a coalition of ministers joined Boston’s police commissioner in an urgent call to double down on the city’s long-running anti-v…
 
Live-Streamed Supreme Court Arguments Offers Clues to a Long-Running Mystery (0:31)Guest: RonNell Andersen Jones, Lee E. Teitelbaum Endowed Professor of Law, University of UtahThe US Supreme Court wrapped up two weeks of live-streamed arguments on Wednesday. Justices and lawyers all dialed in to speak by phone. Anyone who wanted could listen to the…
 
How the Pandemic Is Testing American Ideas of Freedom and Individuality (0:29)Guest: Chris Karpowitz, PhD, Professor of Political Science, Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy, BYU; Grant Madsen, PhD, Professor of History, BYUState capitols and city government buildings across the country have become the site of protes…
 
State Revenues Have Fallen Off a Cliff, Massive Budget Cuts Loom Without Federal Help (0:31)Guest: Elizabeth McNichol, Senior Fellow, Center on Budget and Policy PrioritiesDemocrats in the US House of Representatives are pressing for another pandemic relief package that would include as much as $700 billion for states, cities and towns facing budge…
 
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