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API Busters
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A no-nonsense podcast about APIs, HTTP, service-orientated architecture, Internet of Things, etc.
 
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RadioWest
Daily
 
Conversation and stories that explore the way the world works. Produced by KUER 90.1 in Salt Lake City and hosted by Doug Fabrizio. Find archived episodes at http://radiowest.org
 
Join us each month as we engage in philosophical discussions about the most common-place topics with host Jack Russell Weinstein, professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at the University of North Dakota. He is the director of The Institute for Philosophy in Public Life.
 
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RadioWest
Daily
 
Conversations and stories that explore the way the world works. From KUER, NPR Utah hosted by Doug Fabrizio.
 
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The Record
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A diversity of voices on the pulse of the Puget Sound.
 
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Le Show
Weekly
 
Part-time New Orleans resident Harry Shearer hosts a look at the worlds of media, politics, cyberspace, sports and show business while providing an eclectic array of music along the way.
 
Every weekday, local host, Peter Biello, and national hosts Audie Cornish, Kelly McEvers, Ari Shapiro, and Robert Siegel present two hours of breaking news mixed with compelling analysis, insightful commentaries, interviews, and special -- sometimes quirky -- features from NHPR and NPR.
 
More than 50 commentators provide perspective and opinion about current events, topics of interest, and often showcase the work of writers and storytellers.
 
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Speakers Forum
Weekly
 
Readings, debates, lectures and so much more. Hear fascinating talks by authors, intellectuals, officials and regular folks with important stories recorded live all around Seattle.
 
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99% Invisible
Monthly
 
99% Invisible is a tiny radio show about design, architecture & the 99% invisible activity that shapes our world . Roman Mars is also the host, producer and program director of Public Radio Remix from PRX.
 
WLRN’s coverage of the region is headed by Americas editor Tim Padgett, a 23-year veteran of TIME and Newsweek magazines.
 
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City Visions
Monthly+
 
Local Bay Area issues, with listener participation, every Monday at 7pm
 
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Minds Over Matter
Weekly
 
The Bay Area's favorite quiz show!
 
Each weekday naturalist Rudy Mancke, host of SCETV's NatureScene, shares his knowledge of plants and wildlife. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
 
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Week In Review
Weekly
 
Host Bill Radke and his guests try to make sense of the week's news. New episode every Friday.
 
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Exam
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Education issues in mid-Missouri.
 
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Tuned to Yesterday
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Decades ago, WRVO Public Media began broadcasting old time radio with a small collection comprising 20 reel to real tapes. Today the collection includes nearly 5,000 reels and over 16,000 broadcasts. "Tuned to Yesterday" is public radio's premier old time radio show, hosted by Mark Lavonier. The highest quality broadcasts are restored and played as they were heard years and years ago. You'll hear programs like "The Whistler," "The Jack Benny Show," "Fibber McGee and Molly," "Edgar Bergen and ...
 
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Your Legal Rights
Weekly
 
San Mateo Deputy District Attorney Chuck Finney talks with experts on various legal topics, with listener participation.
 
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NPR130503 : NPR
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This news feed contains stories that meet any of the following criteria: (1) Stories aired on "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!". (2) Stories from the "Science" topic. (3) Stories from the "Economy" topic. (4) Stories from "World Story of the Day".
 
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The Roundtable
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WAMC's The Roundtable is an award-winning, nationally recognized eclectic talk program. The show airs from 9am to noon each weekday and features news, interviews, in-depth discussion, listener call-ins, music, and much (much) more!
 
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Your Call
Daily
 
KALW's call-in show: Politics and culture, dialogue and debate.
 
WWNO’s radio magazine: a weekly half-hour of timely news, cultural features, and commentary from all corners of our city. Hosted by Janae Pierre.
 
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.
 
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StudioTulsa
Daily
 
Arts, Medicine, and Literature conversations from Public Radio Tulsa
 
David Bouchier’s weekly essays are full of unexpected observations and whimsical opinions. Listeners will relish his entertaining, enlightening, and sometimes exasperated commentaries on the routines that carry us through the year, the surreal rituals of politics, the unsettling experience of foreign travel, and the confusions and comedies of everyday suburban life.
 
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The Reading Life
Weekly
 
Hear celebrated and up-and-coming authors read excerpts from new books and discuss their work with former Times-Picayune book editor Susan Larson.
 
The Sunshine Economy, takes a fresh look at the key industries transforming South Florida into a regional powerhouse. From investments in health care, storm preparedness, international trade, real estate and technology based start-ups, tune in to learn more about one of the worlds most vibrant and diverse economies.
 
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Current State
Weekly+
 
Mid-Michigan's news destination for the informed, the caring and the curious. News and issues, arts and attitudes, and the personalities that make the heart of Michigan beat. DAILY
 
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UWM Today
Weekly
 
Meet the people behind the creativity and discoveries at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
 
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The Folk Show
Monthly+
 
Great folk music, from the classics of days gone by to new artists reinvigorating the genre. Join host Kate McNally for great music, in-studio performances, interviews and your requests.
 
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Word of Mouth
Weekly
 
Word of Mouth digs into the nooks and crannies of the state to uncover the stories, places, and people that make New Hampshire home. It's your questions answered, your state explored. Produced by New Hampshire Public Radio.
 
Connecticut's Public Media Source for News and Ideas
 
Every week there are new marvels to look for in the outdoors, and Discover Nature highlights these attractions. The Missouri Department of Conservation’s Candice Davis brings us the stories of river otters, luna moths, red buds, and other actors as they take center stage in nature’s theater.
 
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The Exchange
Daily
 
The Exchange is New Hampshire's only locally produced statewide call-in talk show, hosted by Laura Knoy. It airs live at 9 AM and rebroadcasts at 7 PM weekdays. Want to call in during the show or leave us a message? Here's the number: 800.892.6477 You can also reach the show by email, by tagging us in a tweet, following us on Instagram, or sending a message to our Facebook page.
 
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Michigan Radio
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Stories from Michigan Radio.
 
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Something Wild
Monthly+
 
Something Wild explores the features of our local landscapes, from birds to trees to stone walls, and explains some of the behavior and science behind what we see and hear in our backyards.
 
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Politics
Weekly
 
 
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WRKF News
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Politics, elections, law, military and veteran's affairs
 
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Sounds Good
Weekly+
 
About The Show The music on Sounds Good is a mix of legacy artists who are still making great music now (Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt ) deep cuts from classic artists (The Band, The Beatles, Grateful Dead, Talking Heads, REM) great contemporary artists who don' t receive commercial airplay ( Neko Case, Wilco , Jack White, Darrell Scott, The Black Keys) and those who defy the boundaries of categorization (Punch Brothers, Bela Fleck, Ry Cooder , Bill Fr ...
 
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Lake Effect
Daily
 
Lake Effect is Milwaukee Public Radio's the daily interview/magazine program, featuring conversations, commentary and more. Guests - from authors to academics, musicians to politicians - take on subjects that link Wisconsin with the world and the world with Wisconsin.
 
Marty and guests discuss job & work issues and phone-in workovers.
 
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Bring Your Own
Rare
 
Bring Your Own is a live storytelling series that takes place in living rooms, backyards and other intimate spaces within the New Orleans community. Each month, seven storytellers have 7 minutes to respond to a theme. Stories are told live, unscripted and true to the teller.
 
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The Book Show
Weekly
 
Each week on The Book Show, host Joe Donahue interviews authors about their books, their lives and their craft. It is a celebration of both reading and writers.
 
Every week NPR contributor (and former San Franciscian) Sandip Roy brings you a little taste of the 'new India' – a letter home from his other home.
 
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The Conversation
Weekly+
 
Whether you live in our state or far from our shores, you’ll know what’s happening in Hawaii with a daily hour of locally-focused discussions of public affairs, ideas, culture and the arts. Guests from around the block and around the world provide perspectives on life in the islands and issues that have not yet reached Hawaii. Have something to say? Send a comment, conversation suggestion or a Backyard Quiz to talkback@hawaiipublicradio.org . You can also reach us on our talkback line at 808 ...
 
Every Thursday afternoon, Michigan Radios All Things Considered Host Jennifer White takes a closer look at the issues affecting Michigan politics with state political analysts including Ken Sikkema, Susam Demas, Debbie Dingell, Bill Ballenger and others.
 
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Our panelists predict how Amazon will get back at New York for rejecting them.
 
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.
 
Bill Kurtis reads three news-related limericks: You're Face Will Freeze Like That, No More Pocket Money and The Leafy Green of Life.
 
Kids With No Cents, Doggone Wind, Naming Rights and Wrongs.
 
Kids With No Cents, Doggone Wind, Naming Rights and Wrongs.
 
The actor, who stars in Doctor Who, Mapplethorpe and Charlie Says, has also famously played a British prince. So we asked him to answer three questions about the Minnesota Prince.
 
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week's news: "The Art of the Squeal," "So Long, Long Island City!" "Get Shorty."
 
John Dingell died the same day the “Green New Deal” appeared in Washington. Michigan’s legendary congressman would not have approved. This driving force behind the Clean Air, Medicare and Affordable Care acts was notoriously suspicious of what he called the, quote, “damn enviros” and their idealized prescriptions for the economy. They, in retur ...…
 
So far, the U.S. trade war with China hasn't affected consumers much. But without a deal soon, tariffs on thousands of products will more than double.
 
NASA's admission this week that the agency has lost contact with a Mars rover brings an end to a compelling story of usefulness and resilience.
 
For years, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Great Backyard Bird Count have provided valuable data for avian research. Ray Brown from the Talkin' Birds podcast talks with Scott Simon about it.
 
The national debt passed $22 trillion this week, the biggest number on record. NPR's Scott Simon asks Business Insider's Bob Bryan why and what the long-term consequences could be.
 
John Bohannon, founder of Science magazine's "Dance Your Ph.D." contest, presents the 2018 winner, Pramodh Senarath Yapa. He won over judges with his choreographic rendition of some chaotic electrons.
 
#911, Drama, Philip Morris Playhouse “Leona’s Room” 2/25/49 CBS, Encore Theater “Nurse Edith Cavell” 8/20/46 CBS. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.By mark@wrvo.org (Mark Lavonier).
 
#793, Sitcom, Alan Young Show 1/10/47 NBC, Blondie 1945 CBS. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.By mark@wrvo.org (Mark Lavonier).
 
Over 400 women have reported that they’ve been sexually assaulted by male masseuses at a national chain of spas called Massage Envy. One of the accused is an Enfield man who worked at a Glastonbury franchise.By fgraziano@cptv.org (Frankie Graziano).
 
Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with former Washington State representative Jessyn Farrell, the co-founder of the Evergrey newsletter Monica Guzman and co-chair of Washington Independents Chris Vance.By Amina Al-Sadi.
 
African proverbs and pictures of Harriet Tubman line the hallways at Paul Robeson/Malcolm X Academy in Detroit, one of Detroit’s few remaining schools that uses an African-centered curriculum. Welia Dawson is teaching a sixth grade class about post-World War II America. Unlike most lessons about that time period that you might hear in a traditi ...…
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA newsroom, including: Ameren Announces $6 Million Grid Improvement Project Another Round of Weather Hits Mid-Missouri Hawley Subpoenaed in Open Records LawsuitBy sdbq7c@mail.missouri.edu (seth_bodine).
 
Today on Stateside , the EPA on Thursday released a plan to deal with contamination from per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances – better known as PFAS. U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee says the plan shows the agency is “dragging their feet.” Plus, what it’s like to straddle two worlds as the first person in your family to go to college.…
 
Universities are beginning to pay more attention to first-generation students, or those of whom are the first in their families to obtain a higher education degree. But there’s still not a lot of information out there showing how these students fare at four-year colleges specifically. So, we thought we’d talk to a couple of them.…
 
This Valentine's Day, we asked: Why do you love New Hampshire? And your responses—your "love notes" to the Granite State—poured steadily into our submissions dashboard . Here are a few of the early ones (scroll down for more): Some people express their love in words, or song! For our audio love notes, listen here There's so many reasons to love ...…
 
It's early in the morning in the shop of Johnson’s Sporting Goods in Adrian. Steven Durren is using a rasp to form a rifle stock. He makes custom firearms, mostly early American style from the Civil War to WWI. They’re not exact reproductions, but in the style of those single shot and bolt action rifles.…
 
Colin's away this week, but The Nose must go on! Or maybe "must" isn't quite right, but in this particular case, The Nose is going on -- with excellent guest hosts: The Arts Paper 's Lucy Gellman and the New Haven Independent 's Tom Breen .By jmcnicol@ctpublic.org (Jonathan McNicol).
 
Author and activist Soraya Chemaly is angry about patriarchy. She says her anger is both resentful and hopeful. Hear why.By John O'Brien.
 
The Berkshires’ Jewish Festival of Books -- held at Hevreh of Southern Berkshire -- and The Berkshire Jewish Film Festival of Knesset Israel are collaborating on an Egg Cream Eggstravaganza on Saturday, February 16 at 7 p.m. at Hevreh of Southern Berkshire in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. The evening will begin with a screening of the short ...…
 
A defecting spy, a verdict in the case of El Chapo and press freedom under attack around the world.
 
Friday, we're talking about the Wright family of ranchers and championship buckle-winning bronc riders in central Utah. They're working to keep a foot in the West’s past while trying to navigate its new realities.By dfabrizio@kuer.org (Doug Fabrizio).
 
Friday, we're talking about the Wright family of ranchers and championship buckle-winning bronc riders in central Utah. They're working to keep a foot in the West’s past while trying to navigate its new realities.By dfabrizio@kuer.org (Doug Fabrizio).
 
The pages of romantic novels have long been where readers turn for fantasy and guilty pleasure. But as ideas around love and relationships change in society, the genre has gone through some changes, too. Peggy Jaeger , a romance novelist based in Keene, has written 13 books with more on the way. Her latest book, Dearly Beloved , is set in the f ...…
 
In late summer 1940, as war spread across Europe and as the nation pulled itself out of the Great Depression, an anti-communist hysteria convulsed New York City. Targeting the city’s municipal colleges and public schools, the New York state legislature’s Rapp-Coudert investigation dragged hundreds of suspects before public and private tribunals ...…
 
Friday on Lake Effect : We talk about the intersection of design and technology with a MIAD graduate who’s now the lead UX, or user interface designer, for Google. Then, one of the people behind a Delafield company that specializes in virtual reality says his first project was a tough one to top. Plus Wisconsin writer Marcia Bjornerud’s new boo ...…
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: MU Adds Chess Team, Brings in Grandmaster to Coach Abortion Bill Could Cost Missouri $7 Billion in Medicaid Funding Missouri Appeals NCAA Sanctions Levied Against Three Sports Mental Health One of Top Priorities for Boone County Health DepartmentBy mldk22@mail.missouri.edu (molly_dove).
 
We think of search engines as unbiased sources of information. But they're not — and they can be manipulated. Andreas Ekström asks: who should hold the burden of addressing bias in search engines?
 
We focus on the state budget following Governor Chris Sununu's budget address on Thursday, Feb. 14. We provide some context for the state's priorities and examine what new efforts the governor is highlighting. We also take a look at what was not covered in the budget address. The democratically-controlled legislature will now begin a months-lon ...…
 
Whose responsibility is it to confront institutional racism in our country today? Good Faith: Four Chats About Race and the New Haven Fire Department is playing at Yale Reparatory Theatre this month. It revisits New Haven after a group of firefighters sued the city. The reverse discrimination lawsuit, Ricci v. DeStefano , was decided by the U.S ...…
 
The Roundtable Panel : a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond. Today's panelists are WAMC’s Alan Chartock, Albany County District Attorney David Soares, Former EPA Regional Administrator Judith Enck, Siena College economic professor Aaron Pacitti, and James Ketterer, Dean of International Studies at Bard College and academic d ...…
 
On this week's Your Call media roundtable, we’ll discuss coverage of the controversy over Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s tweets about the powerful pro-Israel lobbying organization AIPAC. How is the media covering the role of lobbies and special Interest groups in US domestic and foreign policy?By malihe@yourcallradio.org (Malihe Razazan).
 
Every town seems to have one. A obelisk. A cannon. A guy on a horse. But one New Hampshire town has something a little different. Producer Asher Brown brings us the story of the missile in Warren as part of our Only in New Hampshire series. Listen to the story:By ejanik@nhpr.org (Erika Janik).
 
It’s stick season in New Hampshire; the leaves are gone, our landscape exposed; a white nivean blanket covers everything you see. Our trees are dormant. Aren’t they? To look at them, it wouldn’t seem that trees aren’t doing much right now. But it turns out there’s more going on than meets the eye. The phenomenon of photosynthesis is well docume ...…
 
The 21st annual Great Backyard Bird Count , sponsored by the Audobon Society, begins today.By mancke@sc.edu (Rudy Mancke).
 
#1522, Horror, The Whistler "Death Demands a Payment" 12/19/43 CBS, The Haunting Hour "Death By Request" 9/8/45 NBC Syndication. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.By mark@wrvo.org (Mark Lavonier).
 
#1370, True History, Tribute to Humphrey Bogart 1/16/57 NBC, Memoirs of the Movies "Hollywood at Home" 1959 Syndicated. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.By mark@wrvo.org (Mark Lavonier).
 
There are now nearly twice as many Christians in the Global South as there are in Europe and North America. As Christianity's center of gravity has shifted - so too is the flow of missionaries. Thousands of Christians from places like Brazil, Nigeria and South Korea - where Christianity was first brought by European and North American missionar ...…
 
A Connecticut judge has ordered InfoWars host Alex Jones to give a sworn deposition in a case brought against him by families of Sandy Hook shooting victims.By rlindsay@ctpublic.org (Ryan Lindsay).
 
Two Mizzou grads worked together to create and open the only black-owned and millenial-owned business in Columbia. The Greens Co. is a boutique and curation space located at 16 N. Nith St., in downtown Columbia. Co-Owner Marquise White says, "The Greens is the backyard in which our dreams are actualized." Los Angeles based artist Rikki Wright's ...…
 
Kealoha Developments; Need For Additional DUI Judges; Distracted Driving Awareness Campaign; Rapid Ohia DeathBy akhan@hawaiipublicradio.org (akhan).
 
HQ2.5 tanks when the thrill of the chase wears off. Sheriffs take the law into their own hands, and reach different conclusions. When did our reign as the king of grunge come to an end? And we look at school safety a year after Parkland.By Bill Radke.
 
FBI Investigating Columbia Planned Parenthood Fire MU Adds Chess Team, Brings in Grandmaster to Coach MU to Bring Back Graduate School Winter Weather Causes Columbia's Agriculture Park to Delay Grand OpeningBy mrwzq8@mail.missouri.edu (mac_whaley).
 
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