Best Appalachia podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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A History of Appalachia, One Story at a Time
 
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Inside Appalachia
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Inside Appalachia tells the stories of our people, and how they live today. Host Jessica Lilly leads us on an audio tour of our rich history, our food, our music and our culture. Watch Inside Appalachia videos Follow the Inside Appalachia podcast on Soundcloud here . Subscribe to the Inside Appalachia podcast here or click the red button below. Inside Appalachia is a production of West Virginia Public Broadcasting with help from public radio stations in Kentucky, Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania ...
 
A Fallout 76 centric podcast from West Virginia's own Dave Chaffins and Austin O'Connor out of the capitol city of Charleston WV. Come join us as we discuss the shocking similarities between the world of Appalachia and the real life inspirations. Stay for the weird business ideas, odd pronunciations, and the uneasy alliance that is their friendship.
 
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The Front Porch
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The Front Porch is where we bring together people with diverse views and backgrounds to see where we can find common ground.
 
Milk Street Radio travels the world to discover how food and cooking are changing lives and cultures, from $13,500 melons in Japan and computer-generated cookie recipes to the home cooking of Ina Garten and Egyptian fast food in Berlin.
 
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On the Porch
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Kentucky author Silas House plays his favorite music, reads poems and excerpts, and interviews the people who are making a difference in Appalachia.
 
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Appalachian History
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Stories, quotes and anecdotes from Appalachia, with an emphasis on the Depression era.
 
Innovation For All features far-reaching conversations about hard problems and big ideas at the intersection of innovation and society. Want to know whether Artificial Intelligence is racist? What it feels like to be a conservative working in tech? How AR or VR can help the hard-of-hearing? Whether implicit bias training is effective? This is the podcast for you.Dr. Sheana Ahlqvist applies a background in social psychology and entrepreneurship to stir up entirely new conversations on how the ...
 
A show about the people who grow, preserve, and prepare our regional foods
 
A podcast dedicated to ending the environmentally destructive practice of Mountaintop Removal Mining (MTR) that is devastating the Appalachian Mountains. Featuring a summary of the best current news items and media pieces focusing on MTR.Email: StopMTR@WaterPodcast.comFor further information on Mountaintop Removal Mining visit: ilovemountains.org and appvoices.org
 
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Today we tell you a story about some homegrown Appalachian mummies from West Virginia. The Stories podcast is available on RadioPublic, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and on many other podcast apps. Thanks for listening and sharing our stories of Appalachian history with your friends!
 
In this episode of Inside Appalachia, we’re taking another look at the sugar shacks of Appalachian maple producers, and we’ll learn how to use syrup in everything from glazed greens to buttermilk ice cream – and even roasted rabbit. Maple syrup production in West Virginia has increased by about 30 percent each year since the state Department of ...…
 
In this episode of Inside Appalachia, we’re taking another look at the sugar shacks of Appalachian maple producers, and we’ll learn how to use syrup in everything from glazed greens to buttermilk ice cream – and even roasted rabbit. Maple syrup production in West Virginia has increased by about 30 percent each year since the state Department of ...…
 
Chris Elliott, who investigated the horse meat scandal in the United Kingdom, talks about fake oregano, cardboard in parmesan and the multibillion dollar business of food fraud. Plus, we investigate the curious case of “Q” (a Taiwanese obsession with chewiness); we travel to Milan for risotto; we uncover clever culinary uses for yogurt; and Dr. ...…
 
Chris Elliott, who investigated the horse meat scandal in the United Kingdom, talks about fake oregano, cardboard in parmesan and the multibillion dollar business of food fraud. Plus, we investigate the curious case of “Q” (a Taiwanese obsession with chewiness); we travel to Milan for risotto; we uncover clever culinary uses for yogurt; and Dr. ...…
 
This week Austin and Dave are finaly back and reunited to bring you netflix series reviews, airplane drama, and a full in depth discussion on Moonshining! Look into the history and here more about the duo's college and fraternity antics and partying partying yeah. fun fun fun fun looking forward to the weekend. For more info: Official Site http ...…
 
"Tech should be built for good" says Amanda McGlothlin, co-founder and Chief Design Officer at HQ Network, a Los Angeles space start-up providing digital security products and services for individuals and businesses. As a leader in tech, Amanda believes that privacy is a fundamental human right. Hear her tactical, realistic approach to product ...…
 
Silas chats with author Jeff Zentner on this installment of On the Porch.By josh.james@uky.edu (Josh James).
 
In 1892 Homestead, Pennsylvania, was the site of a strike, pitting the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, one of the most powerful unions, against Carnegie Steel, owned by Andrew Carnegie and run by Carnegie and his partner, Henry Clay Frick. The strike turned into a full fledged riot on July 6. Today we tell the story of the Ho ...…
 
Season 6, Episode 9 March 16, and 23, 2019 Ronni Lundy “Messes with Springtime Greens” Ronni Lundy reads from her 2 time James Beard Foundation Award winning book entitled "Victuals, An Appalachian Journey with Recipes" . In celebration of the Spring season, and the joy of all of the fresh, spring greens growing, we hear Ronni read from the cha ...…
 
This week on Inside Appalachia, we take off-the-beaten-path tour of some of the region’s alternative cultures and economies. We’ll visit a factory where workers are reviving the art of glassmaking. We’ll hear how farmers and chefs are returning to some of our old-fashioned recipes for inspiration and attempting to reshape our region’s economy i ...…
 
This week on Inside Appalachia, we take off-the-beaten-path tour of some of the region’s alternative cultures and economies. We’ll visit a factory where workers are reviving the art of glassmaking. We’ll hear how farmers and chefs are returning to some of our old-fashioned recipes for inspiration and attempting to reshape our region’s economy i ...…
 
Andres O’Hara on why wine labels matter. Plus, the new Harlem fusion cooking; corks or screwcaps?; and pasta with broccoli sauce. (Originally aired June 1, 2018.) For this week’s recipe, Rigatoni with Roman Broccoli Sauce, visit: 177milkstreet.com/recipes/rigatoni-with-roman-broccoli-sauce This week’s sponsor: Go to FergusonShowrooms.com to bro ...…
 
Known for his self imposed Appalachian tour of his own vault boy bobble head, Greg joins to podcast to talk about Fasnacht! He walks us through his own mask creation and the many festivities he indulged in. For more info: Official Site: https://vaultboywv.wordpress.com Email us your questions at vaultboyswv@gmail.com We are active on social med ...…
 
Greenup, Kentucky, was the scene of a tragic and brutal murder of a three year old child at the end of 1927. That crime and its notoriety brought the nation’s attention to the issue of child abuse. Today we tell you that story. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast on RadioPublic, Stitcher, Spotify or on any number of podcast apps. Thanks fo ...…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside Appalachia, we’ll explore why communities with a culture of volunteerism, and strong support systems, are more resilient. This episode features several stories that all have one thing in common -- they’re about the impacts of community, and social interactions, have on our ability to thrive. We’ll learn about “b ...…
 
In this week’s episode of Inside Appalachia, we’ll explore why communities with a culture of volunteerism, and strong support systems, are more resilient. This episode features several stories that all have one thing in common -- they’re about the impacts of community, and social interactions, have on our ability to thrive. We’ll learn about “b ...…
 
Matt Goulding, author of “Grape, Olive, Pig,” discovers the original paella, finds out-of-the-way Spanish eateries, falls in love and recounts his one meal at El Bulli. Plus, we travel to Paris for gnocchi; J. Kenji López-Alt double-fries chicken; and Mark Bittman talks about “Dinner for Everyone.” For this week’s recipe, Potato Gnocchi, visit: ...…
 
Join Dave and Tom from Fallout Lorecast as they get into a discussion about Fallout Lore, Appalachia, why they love adventure and much more. For more info: Official Site: https://vaultboywv.wordpress.com Email us your questions at vaultboyswv@gmail.com We are active on social media: Twitter: @vaultboyspod Instagram: @vaultboyswvpodcast Facebook ...…
 
Learn how Khan Academy Kids provides digital educational resources to support kindergarten-readiness and help close early achievement gaps. In this episode of the Innovation For All Podcast, Sheana chats with Cyrena Chih, formerly the Director of Product & Business Development for Khan Academy Kids, a free educational program for children ages ...…
 
In 1742 German immigrant John Peter Salling was asked to join an expedition set to travel far into the Virginia back country, all the way to the Mississippi River. To this he agreed, thus setting him on the path to an adventure involving Indians, French soldiers, the Governor of Louisiana, and even a hijacking at sea. We tell that story on this ...…
 
Season 6, Episode 8 March 2nd and 9th, 2019 Saving Seeds & Stories with John Coykendall Knoxville native John Coykendall, Master Gardener and seed saver of heirloom seed shares some stories with Amy. John tells us how he became a seed saver, some of the varieties he has saved, where to find old time heirloom seed like the ones he saves, and sha ...…
 
This week on Inside Appalachia, we’re wading into the American political divide and bringing you voices with distinct points of view from opposite sides of the country. It’s no secret that these days, we live in the divided states of America. Sometimes, it can feel like the only thing that unites us anymore is that now-nearly universal experien ...…
 
This week on Inside Appalachia, we’re wading into the American political divide and bringing you voices with distinct points of view from opposite sides of the country. It’s no secret that these days, we live in the divided states of America. Sometimes, it can feel like the only thing that unites us anymore is that now-nearly universal experien ...…
 
Georgia Freedman, author of “Cooking South of The Clouds,” travels China’s “Wild West” in search of new foods. Plus, Kim Severson of The New York Times explores the supermarket of the future; we make Australian pulled pork; and Dan Pashman discusses the pros and cons of “shower beers.” For this week’s recipe, Miso-Gochujang Pulled Pork, visit: ...…
 
A huge new road map is available for Fallout 76 and Austin and Dave are very excited. This week our big topic is finally a Mothman round. He's everyone's favorite friendly neighborhood creature. Also we catch up on some listener emails! For more info: Official Site: https://vaultboywv.wordpress.com Email us your questions at vaultboyswv@gmail.c ...…
 
Andrew Taylor Still, born in the Appalachian frontier town of Jonesville, Virginia, went on to become a self-educated doctor. He moved to Kansas just in time to become involved in the bloody civil war sparked there by the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act. He fought in the American Civil War, too, but it was his development of a new form of me ...…
 
Nik Sharma, author of “Season,” gives Milk Street a lesson in cooking with spices. Plus, we investigate the unknown culinary history of France; we make a magic pudding cake; give tips for whipping egg whites; and Adam Gopnik asks whether DNA diets are fact or fiction. For this week’s recipe, Maple-Whiskey Pudding Cakes, visit: https://www.177mi ...…
 
People who write novels, short stories and newspaper articles each tell Appalachia’s story in their own way. This is an encore airing of an Inside Appalachia show that deals with a few of the writers who tell Appalachia’s story. We’ll hear from journalist Ken Ward. He’s been writing for the Charleston Gazette-Mail in Charleston, West Virginia f ...…
 
People who write novels, short stories and newspaper articles each tell Appalachia’s story in their own way. This is an encore airing of an Inside Appalachia show that deals with a few of the writers who tell Appalachia’s story. We’ll hear from journalist Ken Ward. He’s been writing for the Charleston Gazette-Mail in Charleston, West Virginia f ...…
 
Silas chats with Lexington Americana group Zoe Speaks.By josh.james@uky.edu (Josh James).
 
As Austin and Dave ramble on about our weeks we eventually get to a mind bending discussion on Bioshock Infinite. We talk about the world's fair, Walt Disney, and several quantum theories that the game deals with. For more info: Official Site: https://vaultboywv.wordpress.com Email us your questions at vaultboyswv@gmail.com We are active on soc ...…
 
How can FinTech leverage behavioral economics to help people become more financially secure? Sheana Ahlqvist talks to Wendy De La Rosa, co-founder of Common Cents Lab, a research lab that launches and tests products to help low-to-moderate-income Americans. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL HEAR: What kinds of Fintech products and apps effectively help pe ...…
 
In 1935 LaFollette, Tennessee, like most other American towns, was in the grip of the Great Depression. Money was tight and the banks were calling in loans that couldn’t be paid. One of those loans was on a restaurant in town owned by an Italian immigrant, and what this man chose to do in response to losing his business is the subject of this w ...…
 
Season 6, Episode 7 02/16/2019 This episode includes a visit with Farmer Jonny Buchanan who owns Crooked Road Farm in South Knox County, in Eastern Tennessee. He raises pasture raised eggs, and pork (which are not certified organic), and he raises certified organic produce. His products can be purchased at Three Rivers Market in Knoxville and h ...…
 
This week on Inside Appalachia, we’ll hear from Appalachians who have a knack for making things with their hands -- people who make the essentials of life in the old ways. “And when I sit down at one of those looms and I start creating a piece of cloth, I feel connected to the place of my ancestors, the people who have come before,” said weaver ...…
 
This week on Inside Appalachia, we’ll hear from Appalachians who have a knack for making things with their hands -- people who make the essentials of life in the old ways. “And when I sit down at one of those looms and I start creating a piece of cloth, I feel connected to the place of my ancestors, the people who have come before,” said weaver ...…
 
Chef Yana Gilbuena discusses fertilized duck eggs, traveling dinner pop-ups and the traditional Filipino method of eating with one’s hands. Plus, water fights (and eating well) in Myanmar; cheesier pasta; and Adam Gopnik on wine and philosophy. (Originally aired June 21, 2018.) For this week’s recipe, Singapore Chili Shrimp, visit: https://www. ...…
 
PhD Candidate and 76er Cody Dickinson joins in the fray to bring up some interesting similarities between the scorched and fungal disease. Collectively the theory could very well explain what the scorched are up to and how we could defeat them We are active on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/VaultBoysPod Instagram: https://www.instag ...…
 
Our theme today is “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” You’ll see how that fits in as we tell the story of the contested election for West Virginia governor in 1888. The Stories podcast is available on RadioPublic, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, TuneIn and on a host of other podcast apps. We’re on Twitter @storyappalachia ...…
 
Season 6, Episode 6 February 9, 2019 On this episode I feature 3 recipes for Valentines treats. The first 2 come from Mary Constantine, Retired Food Editor of The Knoxville News Sentinel for Chocolate Cappuchino truffles and chocolate fondue, and the 2nd recipe icomes by way of Fred Sauceman with fun alcoholic Valentine drinks. I also have incl ...…
 
For many people in central Appalachia, coal mining doesn't just mean jobs or the ability to earn a good living right out of high school. We’re also talking about identity and culture.By jlilly@wvpublic.org (Jessica Lilly ).
 
For many people in central Appalachia, coal mining doesn't just mean jobs or the ability to earn a good living right out of high school. We’re also talking about identity and culture.By jlilly@wvpublic.org (Jessica Lilly ).
 
Intrepid food writer Yasmin Khan dives into the mysteries of Palestinian cooking. Plus we rediscover authentic Austrian goulash; Jonathan Townsend cooks amazing 18th century American recipes in period clothing and kitchens; we share three tricks for using dull knives; and Dr. Aaron Carroll asks, “Are we really dehydrated?”…
 
From mansions to cruise ships Austin and Dave discuss the world of Resident Evil and how impacted culture as a whole. Join us for even more fun in our weekly free for all.
 
People in Appalachia are skeptical and cautious about technology. Dr. Sherry Hamby believes understanding how they think can be useful for living in a tech-centric world. Dr. Sherry Hamby is a Research Professor of Psychology at the University of the South and Director of the Life Paths Appalachian Research Center, She’s best known for her work ...…
 
Those of you who subscribe to the Stories podcast and follow our Facebook and Twitter pages might have heard us refer to our companion podcast, MountainLore, in which we explore Appalachian folklore. Today we’re going to share with you the latest MountainLore podcast, a tale about how a ghostly light leads a man to salvation. Please give it a l ...…
 
Today we tell the story of the explosion at the McClure Number 1 Mine in Dickenson County, Virginia, in 1983, resulting in several fatalities including the first fatality of a woman in a mine accident. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at RadioPublic, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play or on your favorite podcast app. We’re on Faceboo ...…
 
Season 6, Episode 5 The Colonial James White Fort Dinner series with Chef Jeffrey DeAlejandro (OliBea), Knoxville - And Fred Sauceman’s “Pot Luck Radio” segment on a foodways exhibit currently at the Blowing Rock Art and History Museum in North Carolina. On the latest Tennessee Farm Table Podcast & Broadcast. Plus: News on a Slow Food Tennessee ...…
 
StoryCorps producers brought their mobile recording studio to Charleston, West Virginia, in fall 2019, and recorded more than 100 stories. These recording are between friends, co-workers and family members. StoryCorps’ mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionat ...…
 
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