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This three-part series addresses the lives of Native American homeless in Albuquerque, New Mexico and on the streets of old Route 66.

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: May 02, 2018
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254 Pieces

Each week Minnesota Native News looks at social, economic, cultural, health issues and more facing Minnesota’s Native American communities. By informing and educating all Minnesotans about events, activities, and issues in Minnesota’s Native American communities this program interweaves the Native American culture into the rest of the communities of the state.

  • From: Ampers
  • Updated: Jan 29, 2014
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"Journey to Wellness in Indian Country" is a 10-minute program featuring interviews with medical and health researchers, professors and doctors and other people active in Native American Health today. KUMD partners with the University of Minnesota Duluth Medical School with their focus on Native American Community Health.

  • From: KUMD
  • Updated: Feb 12, 2018
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South Dakota writer/storytellers Scotte and Toni Burns reveal tales of deep and abiding loves in American history, travels and culture.

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Conversations with Allan Wolper is an in-depth, face to face, 30-minute interview series with people whose ideas and lives are on the cutting edge of American society. You will hear tales of Iraqi intrigue and urban conflict. Heart rendering stories of parents with special needs children. Intense discussions of race and religion. Investigative insights of historical significance. Cultural accounts of life on Broadway, Hollywood, and the media. Allan Wolper is known as a "journalist's journalist." A superb interviewer, reporter, documentary producer and ethics columnist, he has been honored by every journalism medium. Wolper has won over 50 awards, including, television's prestigious Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award - The Pulitzer Prize of broadcast news. He won the National Headliner Award for his radio commentaries, and has been honored by The Medill Graduate School of Journalism at Northwestern University, The Pennsylvania State University, the New York Chapter of Society of Professional Journalists and the National Press Club for his ethics columns in Editor and Publisher Magazine. Allan Wolper is a Professor of Journalism at Rutgers - Newark University.

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Music from that time when rhythm and blues and rock and roll were emerging but hadn't yet become a predictable formula. A time when musicians were listening to and incorporating these exciting emergences into their own style of music. We focus on music that is difficult to categorize. C&W that sounds like rockabilly and rockabilly that sounds like R&B which sounds an awful lot like rock. That's the sweet spot for the music on the show and, sure enough, that's where the New Orleans sound is centered. To follow us (and see playlists) on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Saturday-Night-New-Orleans-Radio/625773220767239

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The Laura Flanders Show is a TV and radio program that seeks to raise radical spirits by interviewing forward-thinking people who have real experience of shifting power, from the few to the many, in the worlds of arts, entrepreneurship and politics.

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In its new season, The Story Exchange Podcast is telling the stories of women entrepreneurs who are tackling pressing social issues and use the power of business to do "Good on the Ground."

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Kite Line is a radio program devoted to prison issues around the Midwest and beyond.

  • From: WFHB
  • Updated: Oct 03, 2016
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136 Pieces

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NEXT is a weekly, hour-long radio show and podcast exploring the rapid changes in New England, one of the oldest parts of the nation. This feed is for stations that subscribe to the weekly show.

  • From: WNPR
  • Updated: Feb 22, 2017
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Wyoming education stories produced by reporters at Wyoming Public Radio in Laramie, Wyoming.

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Follow hosts Theresa Marquez and Anne O’Connor as they expose the realities of our broken food system and explore solutions put forward by our country's brightest change makers. Rootstock Radio is a 29 minute weekly radio show available for broadcast or as a podcast.

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601 Pieces

HERE AND THERE with Dave Marash: it’s a reporter’s dream! 50 minutes to tell you about the headlines, the context and the meaning of a significant news story.

  • From: KSFR
  • Updated: Jan 28, 2019
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Reveal. There's more to the story... Reveal is the Peabody Award-winning investigative journalism program for public radio from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX. Reveal is a FREE weekly show available to all public radio stations. SUBSCRIBE ON THE RIGHT. This is a FREE program with no carriage fees.

  • From: Reveal
  • Updated: Jun 14, 2016
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164 Pieces

"Celebrating the connections we make through the people we meet."

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Community Conversations on 103.3FM KUMD

  • From: KUMD
  • Updated: Jul 19, 2013
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A weekly public affairs hour airing live Mondays at 9AM (CDT) on KFAI in Minneapolis-St. Paul and online at www.KFAI.org; details and podcasts: www.TruthToTell.org. Produced/hosted by Andy Driscoll.

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The Single Series is a module version of the full-length Playing on Air Series. It features a single short play followed by lively conversation with its playwright, director, cast. The times given include the ensuing conversation although the play can, of course, stand alone. Please inquire were you to need the length of the short without the conversation which follows.

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All episodes of this award-winning show are free on PRX. For more information visit withgoodreasonradio.org or contact Elliot Majerczyk (434-924-3855) emajer@virginia.edu or Kelley Libby (434-924-6895) kll6r@virginia.edu.

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All episodes of this award-winning show are free on PRX. For more information visit withgoodreasonradio.org or contact Elliot Majerczyk (434-924-3855) emajer@virginia.edu.

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This multi-award winning 13-part series of half-hour shows feature the "bioneers"- social and scientific innovators with breakthrough solutions for people and planet. Join over 450 markets worldwide reaching passionate and loyal listeners.

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Stories of emerging musicians from the San Francisco Bay Area -- in their own words and music. Produced by KALW.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: May 20, 2014
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Playing on Air is a unique public radio program featuring a novel form of story-telling, the short play. The short play form is ideal for the rhythms of radio listeners on the go. Listeners enjoy a beginning, middle and knock-out punch in minutes. They enjoy a variety of voices and styles in one show. Plus, after hearing the artists perform, they get to hear all the artists converse about what just went down. Our contemporary shorts, at 10-25 minutes each, make up our 53-minute show. They are written by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning dramatists in a format they love, but rarely hear performed by top talent. Our actors are world-class: Sam Waterston, Bobby Cannavale, Audra McDonald, Rosie Perez, Adam Driver, John Leguizamo, Michelle Williams, Jesse Eisenberg, Kathleen Turner, Bill Irwin, Peter Gallagher, Ed Asner, Jerry Stiller, Jane Krakowski... Writers and directors include Pulitzer Prize winners David Lindsay-Abaire, David Auburn, John Patrick Shanley, Beth Henley, Lynn Nottage, Donald Margulies, Lanford Wilson; Tony winners Christopher Durang, Warren Leight, John Guare, and notable others. The topics of these short plays are wide-ranging, timely, and reflect the world we live in now. Masters of the form, our playwrights write pieces that, like all great theater, entertain, illuminate, inform and humanize. Each short is about 10-25 minutes and there are two or three of them on every 53-minute offering. (Single plays are also available). Original music, and polished, subtle sound design are composed for every bite-sized but beautifully crafted piece. After hearing each short play, listeners get the inside scoop from its participants. Lively, insightful conversation with each short's playwright, director and cast about what just happened, round out each show.

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Award winning writer, radio host, NPR contributor and novelist Sandip Roy brings his wit and insight to these personal audio diaries from his new life in his old home, India.

  • From: KALW
  • Updated: May 18, 2015