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Ozark Highlands Radio (Series)

Produced by Ozark Highlands Radio

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OHR194: OHR Presents: Playlist One, 7/29/2024

From Ozark Highlands Radio | Part of the Ozark Highlands Radio series | 58:59

Mark_jones-7_prx_small This week, a retrospective of the very first season of Ozark Highlands Radio featuring a variety of outstanding performances recorded live at Ozark Folk Center State Park.  Host Dave Smith and OHR producer Jeff Glover provide context and commentary for this captivating collection.

Each year at the Ozark Folk Center State Park, we record many hours of live music.  We cherish all of it, but some of these performances stand out as being uniquely interesting or moving.  On this episode, OHR producer Jeff Glover guides us through some of the most memorable moments of season one.  Featured on this show are: thumb picking guitar Jedi and country music legacy Thom Bresh; OHR guest host, writer, and renowned folk musician Aubrey Atwater; singer-songwriter Wil Maring with award winning guitarist Robert Bowlin; OHR host and our very own Dave Smith; Ozark originals The Lazy Goat String Band; Missouri folk sensations and Ozark originals Cindy Woolf & Mark Bilyeu; Outlaw Country star Malcolm Holcomb with multi-instrumentalist Jared Tyler; Ozark originals The Clark Family; world champion mountain dulcimer master Jeff Hames; writer, auto harpist and singer Bryan Bowers; and Ozark original husband and wife duo Lukas & Eden Pool.

In this week’s “From the Vault” segment, OHR host Dave Smith offers a 1975 archival recording of Ozark original musician, educator, country music legacy, and the original keeper of “the vault,” Mark Jones, performing the traditional tune “Arkansas Traveler” from the Ozark Folk Center State Park archives.

In his segment “Back in the Hills,” writer, professor, and historian Dr. Brooks Blevins presents a profile of renowned Ozark original folk singer Almeda Riddle, the voice of the Ozarks.

The Children's Hour (Series)

Produced by The Children's Hour Inc.

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The Olympics

From The Children's Hour Inc. | Part of the The Children's Hour series | 58:00

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This time on The Children’s Hour, learn all about the Olympics from the time they were created around 3,000 years ago, to them now being one of the biggest sporting competitions in the world. We explore the cultural role the Olympics play in bringing people of the world together. This episode was written and produced by our summer intern, Thaniel.

Athletes from around the world are gearing up for the Summer Olympic games, which begin July 26, 2024. Between the Summer and Winter Olympics, there are 35 different sports, 53 disciplines and more than 400 events, with hundreds of participants representing their countries, vying for a gold, silver, or bronze metal.

The Olympics are a place where world records are set, with thousands of spectators cheering on their favorites or their home countries in the stands. This episode explore the history of the Olympics, and explains how the modern Olympics were formed. 

Nearly 3,000 years ago in ancient Greece, Olympians competed with some of our same events as today. Just to qualify to represent your country in the Olympics is an amazing accomplishment, but we'll also learn about a few notable athletes who have competed in the modern Olympics. 

Here in Albuquerque, New Mexico where The Children's Hour is located, locals are excited to cheer on Weini Kalati, whose amazing refugee story lead her halfway around the world to the University of New Mexico. As Thaniel tells her story, think about her remarkable life, and how far she has come. The Olympics give athletes like Weini the opportunity to shine on a world stage. 

This episode was written and produced by our summer intern Thaniel Lentz, with help from Executive Producer Katie Stone and Senior Producer Christina Stella. Our educational consultant is Lorraine Archibald. This show was recorded in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

The Children’s Hour radio show is distributed by Native Voice One, the Native American Radio Network. 

© 2024 The Children’s Hour Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Sound Beat (Series)

Produced by James O'Connor

Most recent piece in this series:

July 2024 Episodes

From James O'Connor | Part of the Sound Beat series | 34:30

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Top of Mind with Julie Rose (Series)

Produced by BYUradio/KUMT/KBYU-FM

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Top of Mind - Inside the Changing Role of Fathers in America

From BYUradio/KUMT/KBYU-FM | Part of the Top of Mind with Julie Rose series | 52:50

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What does it mean to be a father in 2024? In most U.S. households today, the role of fathers is changing. The “primary breadwinner dad” is increasingly rare, while the "primary caregiver dad” is becoming more common. One-in-five stay at home parents in the US is a father. And dads are generally doing a lot more childcare and housework than their fathers and grandfathers did. But women still do twice as much housework as their husbands, so it’s not uncommon to see tempers flare online when fathers get praised for parenting while mothers don’t. How are American families navigating these changings? 
In this podcast episode, we talk with a working father who wanted to be more involved than his own father – but still had to overcome some biased assumptions about household duties. We talk to a stay-at-home dad about the decision he and his wife made more than a decade ago to have him be the primary caregiver for their children. And then, a single father with full custody of his three young kids talks about what the experience and taught him about society’s assumptions about the needs of parents. Finally, a historian of American family life will explain how the division of duties we consider “traditional” is a relatively recent development. 
Podcast Guests:  
Clint Edwards, author of “No Idea What I’m Doing” dad blog and parenting books “Father-ish: Laugh-Out-Loud Tales From a Dad Trying Not to Ruin His Kids’ Lives” and “I’m Sorry... Love, Your Husband” (https://clintedwards.substack.com/)
Shannon Carpenter, father and comedy writer, author of “The Ultimate Stay-at-Home Dad” (https://www.shannoncarpenterauthor.com/)
Daniel Ortega, single dad with full custody of his three kids and founder of The Mindful Wolf (www.themindfulwolf.com)
Stephanie Coontz, Director of Research and Public Education at the Council on Contemporary Families, Professor Emerita at Evergreen State College, former Woodrow Wilson Fellow, author of “The Way We Never Were - American Families and the Nostalgia Trap” (https://www.stephaniecoontz.com)
Voices from the Council of Moms, hosted by The Lisa Show (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwfgWmzxxX046s1nNNo7HNa-LTIfguVnT)

The Apple Seed (Series)

Produced by BYUradio/KUMT/KBYU-FM

Most recent piece in this series:

Hour of Storytelling - Quentin Manning: The Case of the Confiscated Cards

From BYUradio/KUMT/KBYU-FM | Part of the The Apple Seed series | 52:50

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Quentin and Sam take on their next case: retrieving a stack of valuable trading cards that the Bermick twins snatched from a fellow sixth grader. Sounds easy enough, but their quest to retrieve the stolen goods leads them to a confrontation with a formidable new foe: Mr. Clacker, Vice Principal in Charge of Discipline.
The Kaboom Podcast is proud to bring you new episodes of the 15-part middle school mystery series Quentin Manning: Detective for Justice all summer long. Episodes 1-4 are all available now, and starting May 31 one new episode will drop each Friday. If you're new to the Quentin Manning series, go back to episode 1 to catch the full story. And if you're new to Kaboom we hope you check out seasons 1-3, where each episode is a completely new adventure story on its own the whole family can enjoy together: sci-fi, fantasy, gadget-y spy adventures, and even a musical!
The Case of the Confiscated Cards Part I was written by Bill Harley and directed by Sam Payne. Cast: Ben Butters as Quentin Manning, Enoch Ellis as Sam Turnquist, Will and Sam Smith as Jimmy and Timmy Bermick, Sam Payne as Mr. Clacker, Heather Bigley as Mrs. Firble, Kris Peterson as Gladious Plum, and Abe Charles as Billy. The sound team was led by Trent Reimschussel, with editing, sound design, and mixing by Brandon Lewis.
Quentin Manning: Detective for Justice and Kaboom: An Audio Adventure Podcast are productions of BYUradio.

Footlight Parade: Sounds of the American Musical (Subscribable Series) (Series)

Produced by Footlight Parade

Most recent piece in this series:

FP2447: Footlight Parade: Planes, Trains and Automobiles, 11/18/2024

From Footlight Parade | Part of the Footlight Parade: Sounds of the American Musical (Subscribable Series) series | 56:51

Fp2447_small "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" -- Plus a trolley, a truck, a bus, a Model T, a surrey, a few boats and even a submarine. All aboard!

With Good Reason: Weekly Hour Long Episodes (Series)

Produced by With Good Reason

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Making Justice (hour/no bb or bed)

From With Good Reason | Part of the With Good Reason: Weekly Hour Long Episodes series | 52:00

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What makes a court a court? Most people might answer something like this: there’s a judge with legal training, who makes a judgment, and if you don’t follow their judgment, you get punished. David Law says that, actually, none of that is required for a court. That’s how the American courts work, but all over the world there are courts that operate very differently. And: Five years after getting federal recognition, the Upper Mattaponi tribe in Virginia has started operating their own courts. Chief Frank Adams and Savannah Baber explore what tribal justice looks like in Virginia.

Plus: Building a court system is difficult under any circumstances. There’s a lot to decide. In communities that have suffered intense violent conflicts–like Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge, or Kosovo after the war of the 1990s–creating a court system is both essential and particularly fraught. Christie Warren has worked all over the world as a facilitator helping post-conflict zones design legal and justice systems.