Best Cajun podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Learn how to cook like a Cajun and develop your own style with the help of someone who has been cooking great Cajun foods for nearly 50 years. You will learn short-cuts and great tips on preparing fabulous Cajun dishes like gumbos, seafood, jambalaya, stews, salads and deserts – the way they were originally prepared – pure and simple. Besides great original recipes, along the way you will discover a hodgepodge of stories, recordings, music and videos to entertain. So enjoy! ... Ahheee!!
 
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Cajun California
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A weekly podcast (hosted by Meghan and Quentin) seasoned with a dash of sarcasm and a hint of vulgarity. The pair discuss everything from celebrity news and pop culture to race relations and social issues.
 
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Cajun Fuel
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Cajun Heritage
 
Celtic Roots Radio (celticrootsradio.com)Here's a taste a' music to whet yer appetite - Celtic, folk, folk/rock, Appalachian, Breton, bluegrass, Scottish, Irish, Cajun, Cape Breton, singer/songwriter -if its Celtic, roots or acoustic music you want,you'll find it here (plus a wee drop a' Norn Iron craic!) - on Celtic Roots Radio!----------------Produced by Precious Oil Productions Ltdfor Celtic Roots Radio (celticrootsradio.com)----------------24/7 INTERNET STATION!!We also have a 24/7 Celti ...
 
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Swamp Jacuzzi
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A new radio show hosted by DJ Biggie Boutte' from the swamps of South Louisiana. Playing old, new, and obscure cuts from the 1950's to current. Mainly focusing on 60's garage-punk, psychedelic, traditional country, skiffle, with some rockabilly, surf, and Cajun thrown in as well. A big gumbo of kick ass music. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
 
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Sheauxtime
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Interviews, history lessons, and inspirational stories from Acadiana's most influential people.
 
une bonne louche of Louisiana music traditional and contemporary and spices it up with music from Acadiana. Gumbo draws from more than 20 different genres. You'll hear jazz from 1917 to 2011, Cajun, Zydeco, blues, C&W, Rockabilly, R&B from the 1950s glory days to today's rockin' Atomic Pilot and Santeria, soul, funk, neo-soul, neofunk, hip-hop, brass bands from 1945 to today's brass-hop Soul Rebels, ska-punk, reggae, and more.
 
Now in its 31st year on CiTR, The Saturday Edge is my personal guide to world & roots music, with African, Latin and European music in the first half, followed by Celtic, Blues, Songwriters, Cajun and whatever else fits!
 
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Insignificast
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The Most Unnecessary Show Ever!!
 
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Confetti Park
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Confetti Park is a playground of magical music and stories spun in Louisiana. Showcasing songs that kids love, songs created for kids, and created by kids. Sparkling interviews, in-studio performances, delightful musical medleys, jokes, local author storytime, and a little surprise lagniappe make for an entertaining show! Created by Katy Hobgood Ray of New Orleans.
 
Around The Table celebrates the joy of cooking and dining. It is meant to encourage folks to get into the kitchen and to gather around tables with family and friends. Because good things happen around the table.
 
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Stop Your Bitchin'
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The show that finds the interesting, stupid, or just plain annoying about different topics. You're invited to join Keith and rant about the show's topic of the day, or send in a complaint on anything that you choose. All cynics and whiners are always welcome here.
 
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Across The Pond
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Join me, John Cutliffe for my weekly radio show, Across The Pond. The show airs every Thursday with a repeat on Sunday on ICRFM in Donegal. Ireland. Recorded in my home in Suwanee, Georgia, the playlist is steeped in the music that has been part of my life. From Irish traditional fiddlers from the hills of my own Donegal to banjo pickers from the hills of Carolina I try to bring you old and new music with a common thread. Enjoy the podcast
 
A monthly exploration of all things Cajun, Acadian, Coastal, and Coon-Ass
 
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GraceTalk!®
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"For those unafraid to Step into their Grace!" GraceTalk is a place to talk about the Power of Grace...Grace for everday Living & Loving, Inspiration, and Beauty...with Master Teacher, Speaker, Presenter, and Author...Jo Grace!Jo Grace Brings to You…Grace, Up Close & Personal!"By the grace of God I am what I am" ICorinthians 15:10One of my goals is to connect you to other Master Educators, Teachers & Trainers that can help you step fully into your Grace!
 
A married couple living just outside Atlanta share their lives, laughs, and perspectives on the world around them.
 
Podcast theme: A musical trip down the mighty Mississippi River, up Highway 61, Minneapolis to New Orleans. Jazz, blues, r&b, country, folk, rock n roll, boogie, cajun, zydeco, pop, funk,–all roots, routes, bayous, trains, hopped up hot rods, cities, hamlets, and mud, the essence of great American music. Host, DJ Butter, spins mostly vinyl and a few historical yarns between classic tracks and stuff you probably never heard before. Picking up followers like hitch hikers on Highway 61. Take a ...
 
Een radioprogramma met veel countrymuziek: muziek die oorspronkelijk uit het zuiden van de Verenigde Staten komt en de hele wereld over is gegaan, prachtige verhalende liedjes zonder omhaal of opsmuk gebracht, recht voor zijn raap. Heel veel gitaren, fiddles, pedalsteelgitaren en tweestemmige zang. Ook allerlei aanverwante genres (omstreken) komen aan bod, bluegrass, sixties muziek, rock 'n roll, cajun, folk enzovoort.
 
Three Irish Cajun Millennial cousins dive headfirst down the rabbit trail to uncover the history behind superstitions.
 
Tips and techniques for beginning Cajun & Creole fiddlers. View the full video, and audio transcripts of these episodes at MitchReedMusicLessons.com/Vlog
 
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This cajun flavored recipe by Chef Ace is so drool-worthy, give it a try!
 
Chef Ace demonstrates how to cook his favorite Cajun Grilled Corn with Cilantro Butter!
 
Cajun Stomp Down-Pop-up4608 by Planet Sync by Pop-Up Music
 
Filthy Rich finds great sousaphone music, nummy cajun food, and hard southern infidelity in the Big Easy. Ron almost drowned in strange during WonderCon in Anaheim. The Brothers opine on these life events as well as all of the shitty current events that they missed taking a few weeks off. This show is the Brothers first SYNDICATED show thanks t ...…
 
G comes at you with a FULL edition of The Word With G and he dives right in with how the Cajuns were able to defeat LSU in baseball last night in the Wally Pontiff Classic.In addition, will the NFL really get rid of kick-offs? They seem kinda serious, I'll tell you why they can't eliminate them but need to figure out how to make them safer.Fina ...…
 
Scott and Greg go at the Sports Gap tonight. They guys kick it off with the Ragin' Cajuns defeating the LSU Tigers in the Wally Pontiff Classic. Plus, the Pelicans dealt a gut-punch last night with a loss to Portland.Next, they play fill in the blank, covering a bevy of topics, and then over/under for MLB teams.…
 
Former Ragin' Cajun WR James Butler, who graduated from the Academy on Friday & become a State Trooper, joined Scott to talk about the process of becoming a Trooper, his playing days, Billy Napier, the Saints, his time in Packers training camp & more.
 
Brad Topham & Scott Prather fill in for Jay Walker on Bird's Eye View, breaking down the state of Louisiana Ragin' Cajun baseball, their matchup with LSU & more.Plus, the guys dig into the new NFL rule changes.
 
LSU baseball beat writer Luke Johnson of "The Advocate" joined Scott Wednesday to breakdown the state of the Tigers, the respect between the Louisiana Ragin' Cajun and LSU baseball programs, Brandt Broussard's injury & more.Then, at the 19:40 mark, the guys discuss the best and worst war movies of all-time.…
 
The Lomaxes are well-known for the recordings they made of artists who went on to become famous and influential figures in traditional and popular music alike: Lead Belly, Bessie Jones, Woody Guthrie, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Muddy Waters. But there are countless wonderful singers and players in the Lomax collections about whom we know next t ...…
 
It's The Food Show with Tom Fitzmorris. Tom talks about some of the best restaurants in the city of New Orleans, and the callers express their thoughts. Tom also has a special guest in the studo with him. Mr Joel Brown of Kosher Cajun New York Deli discussing some of the great dishes and products at his restaurant.…
 
In which our hero directs James Franco as himself and himself as a Cajun Eddie King
 
Former Louisiana Ragin' Cajun safety Tracy Walker just wrapped up his week at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.Tracy joined Scott on Wednesday night to discuss what the week was like, the strangest question scouts asked him, whether 40 times are overrated, how he's continuing to prepare for the NFL Draft and more.-Scott…
 
Luke Johnson, LSU baseball beat writer for The Advocate, and former Louisiana Ragin' Cajun baseball beat writer, joined Scott Wednesday evening, just before the Cajuns vs Tigers matchup.Luke shares what Robeism has stuck with him, the difference & similarities between Paul Mainieri and Tony Robichaux, the LSU roster and more.…
 
Coach Bab does his thing on The Snote (very well)
 
Coach shares the latest on Ragin Cajun Basketball
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: A Week from SundayAuthor: Dorothy GarlockNarrator: Renee RaudmanFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 hrs and 23 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 12-19-07Publisher: Tantor AudioRatings: 3 of 5 out of 35 votesGenres: Romance, ContemporaryPublisher's Summary:Draw ...…
 
Bread bakers unite! The listeners have spoken and we've selected Bread for our March theme. We're starting off with a No Knead Peasant Bread by Alexandra Stafford, coined "the bread that broke the Internet." Some essential tools and tricks both Stefin and Andrea use include a plastic bench scraper, rising dough in the oven with the oven light t ...…
 
G fills in for Jay on Birds Eye View. He's joined by Billy Ryckman for the first segment and then G goes solo getting into Cajuns Baseball.
 
Transmission 312 Box Elder – Holly Golightly My Dreams – The Gun Club Walk On Gilded Splinters – Dr John Crazy Cajun Cakewalk Band – Redbone It Only Takes A Moment – Jeffrey Lewis & los Bolts Something’s Coming On – Blood. Sweat and Tears Venus Bigfoot – Jowe Head Hats Off to Larry – Del Shannon Backstreets – Shannon & the Clams Winter Lady –Be ...…
 
Coach Johnson talks about last two games before Sunbelt Tourney
 
The STF Crew shoots the breeze straight outta Taylor, Arkansas This week, Alan, Chase and Romey are talking about everything...from the Winter Olympics to Cajun Street Names! When you get a chance, please leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and Facebook!Visit us on our website at www.smalltownfamous.com. Or reach us on social media by searching ...…
 
In this episode! The V boys cover! The "Broken Delivery", "Janky Pickup" & "Cajun Sparkle" stories in the Trifling in NYC segment! Review of Netflix's "The Ritual"! Kung fu movies in the "Had that Been Me..." segment! Potential Game of Thrones Season 8 spoiler at the very end!Thanks as always for your support.visceralist@gmail.com…
 
A sermon preached on February 25, 2018 at First United Methodist Church This week, I read about a high school English teacher who has to teach the novel *1984* to a class of seniors every year. *1984* was George Orwell’s imagination of life of what life under a technologically sophisticated dictatorship, and so rather than just read the book, e ...…
 
A selection of songs concerning love in its vagaries, timed for Valentine's Day. Performances from Atlanta, Georgia; Cajun Louisiana; Scotland; Southwest Virginia; Turkmenistan; Eastern Kentucky, and the Arkansas Ozarks. Playlist: 1. Blind Willie McTell: King Edward Blues. Recorded by John A. Lomax in Atlanta, Georgia, November 5, 1940. 2. Isla ...…
 
Let's find out what's happening this week in Aruba, February 12th to February 18th. As you know, the sole purpose of this podcast is to help you make your week in Aruba as flawless as possible and we do that by highlighting some of the events and activities in the island that you can add to your schedule as well as cruise ship schedules. Events ...…
 
Philip Gould’s exquisite photography brings the unique culture of Louisiana to life. A documentary/architecture photographer who has made Louisiana his home and favorite subject since 1974, Gould has photographed throughout the state, across the nation, around Europe, with ventures into Mexico and the Caribbean. He prefers long, in-depth, multi ...…
 
It s Carnival time in Louisiana This week, we join revelers near and far for the biggest free party on earth. We begin with Devin De Wulf, founder of the Krewe of Red Beans. Devin gives us a behind the scenes look at how the krewe puts together their intricate bean suits to roll on Lundi Gras Day. The party continues as we meet some of New Orle ...…
 
Gus kicks off the show with the latest in Signing Day news. Cody Worsham of Tiger Rag is first up, talking LSU signing day. Gus chats on how LSU can pitch to potential signees. Tim Buckley of The Daily Advertiser updates us on the latest with the Ragin Cajuns.
 
Warren Perrin, renowned historian of Acadian culture and a man who has dedicated his life to promoting the accurate history of the Acadians, is our guest on this episode of Discover Lafayette. Author of “Acadian Redemption,” a biography of Beausoleil Broussard, Perrin has worked tirelessly to reinvigorate the Cajun pride movement through his Pe ...…
 
Here in Acadiana, whether you re a recent arrival or your family s been here for generations, there s one thing we all agree on we have a unique culture that we need to preserve. That s a great sentiment. But even though we all have it, wishing doesn t make it happen. For culture to be preserved, somebody has to actually preserve it. Most of us ...…
 
Tieves and Tassins, talking cajun talk in this episode of the podcast. X-Ternally Yours or X-Men Origins: Gambit is a really fun episode of X-Men: The Animated Series. We get a snapshot of Gambit's past where he deals with a clingy ex-fiancee, 300 year old gang war between the Thieves and the Assassins and their worship of a strange tithe seeki ...…
 
8:00 Blues get a win in Schwartz's return; Hutton steals the show again 8:15 Dan Graziano joined Bernie Miklasz to talk about the XFL, if this is a bad time to start up another football league, and his thoughts on how the Eagles could pull off the upset in Super Bowl 52. 8:30 Ask Bernie - what is your cajun food preference? 8:45 If you are a GM ...…
 
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Episode 6 of The Riding the Pine Podcast presented by KTSW Sports. We start the show with government shutdowns and my car breaking down (1:25) right before Vikings Miracle (the greatest moment of my adult life). Texas State Men’s and Women’s Basketball both lost this past weekend looking bad (2:48). “I thought this woman's loss hurt a little bi ...…
 
Hear an exclusive live performance by the Grammy nominated Cajun band The Lost Bayou Ramblers. Also included is a lecture by band member Louis Michot on CRIA (Cultural Research Institute of Acadiana Seed Bank). (Runtime: 27:46)
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Kate Chopin Selected Short Stories, Volume IAuthor: Kate ChopinNarrator: Kitty HendrixFormat: UnabridgedLength: 1 hr and 39 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 01-17-18Publisher: Spoken RealmsGenres: Classics, American LiteraturePublisher's Summary:Kate ...…
 
Alexis Marceaux, frontwoman of New Orleans band Sweet Crude (and voice to our theme song) sits down with Liz for our first episode of 2018. We talk about Alexis' stint on The Voice, the birth of Sweet Crude and mixing Cajun French music with hip hop. "We had this lightbulb pop on– We have to make a band where we preserve this amazing culture an ...…
 
14:15 Sink or Swim: Number of LSU wins in 201842:34 Ed Daniels talking Saints-Vikings1:00:41 Brendan Suhr talking college hoops1:10:55 Brad Boyd talking his time as a Cajun and the Southside Sharks
 
13:27 Sink or Swim: Is Ensminger going to be OC in 2019?21:48 Spreadheads 1:03:24 Tim Yotter talking Saints-Vikings1:35:49 Raymond Parstch talking Cajuns
 
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