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Best Colorado Public Radio podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Colorado Public Radio podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Colorado Matters
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Hosted by Ryan Warner, CPR News' daily interview show focuses on the state's people, issues and ideas.
 
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On Something
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Even if you don’t use, marijuana is changing the world around you in surprising ways. On Something is a new podcast from Colorado Public Radio and PRX about how life has changed in the aftermath of marijuana legalization efforts across the United States. Join journalist Ann Marie Awad as she explores the personal stories behind the political, legal and cultural effects of legalization.
 
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On Something
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Even if you don’t use, marijuana is changing the world around you in surprising ways. On Something is a new podcast from Colorado Public Radio and PRX about how life has changed in the aftermath of marijuana legalization efforts across the United States. Join journalist Ann Marie Awad as she explores the personal stories behind the political, legal and cultural effects of legalization.
 
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Purplish
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Purplish is about Colorado's democracy and the state's political identity. Hosted by Sam Brasch, each episode tells a story about how our state government works and where it might be headed next.
 
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Centennial Sounds
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"Centennial Sounds," hosted by Brad Turner, spotlights contemporary classical music performed in Colorado and features exclusive sessions from the CPR Performance Studio as well as live recordings taken from concert venues and summer festivals around the Centennial State.
 
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Who's Gonna Govern
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Hear in-depth interviews with the men and women who want to be Colorado's next governor. The candidates discuss the biggest issues facing the state and what they plan to do when they get into office.
 
The Great Composers dives deep into the lives behind some of the greatest music ever written. Host Karla Walker and conductor Scott O'Neil look at the world through the eyes of these gifted artists. Learn about obstacles they overcame, and their loves, losses, successes and failures. You'll feel you know Mozart, Rachmaninov and others as friends.
 
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Aspen Public Radio
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Inside Track
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Inside Track helps you learn about up-and-coming musicians through insight and storytelling surrounding their songs. Listen to the most recent episode below, and subscribe to be notified when new episodes are posted.
 
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Aspen Public Radio
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Thoughtful, enlightening, and informative community affairs programming from KAFM 88.1 in Grand Junction, Colorado.
 
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The Taxman
Monthly
 
You've heard about TABOR -- the Taxpayers Bill of Rights. Well this is the strange and sometimes unbelievable story of how a man named Douglas Bruce convinced voters to pass it and what it has meant for the state.
 
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The Beethoven 9
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The Beethoven 9 offers an in-depth exploration of Ludwig van Beethoven's nine symphonies, featuring host Monika Vischer and Beethoven biographer Jan Swafford.
 
Indie 102.3 hosts and musical guests battle it out in a podcast that pits playlist against playlist. Each participant drafts 5 songs within a certain musical theme. Then, listeners vote on whose playlist is the best, and the curator of the playlist with the most votes will select the theme for the next episode.
 
In late January of 2014, the Colorado Sheriff’s Department investigated a murder scene at a remote ranch with almost a dozen dead bodies. To their shock, they discovered one woman was still alive. Host Tara Bay investigates the mystery of the woman known as Jane Doe - who she was, how she survived, and how justice is not yet served.
 
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Hunt Talk Radio
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Hunt Talk Radio, Randy Newberg Unfiltered is a podcast covering hunting politics, public lands, and conservation topics; even a few things you didn’t need to know. The best hunters you’ve never heard of join Randy to answer questions from the Hunt Talk web forum, share ideas, reveal tactics, and give perspectives unique to public land hunting.
 
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CBS This Morning
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Start your day with award-winning co-hosts Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil in Studio 57, as they bring you the most important headlines, intelligent conversations and world-class original reporting from around the world.
 
KHOL is Jackson, Wyoming's nonprofit community radio station. Listen for new music, rare tracks and insightful reporting on local news, culture and community.
 
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Second Wind Fund
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The Second Wind Fund's mission is to decrease the incidence of teen suicide by removing financial and social barriers to treatment for at-risk youth.Second Wind was formed after four teen suicides in a Jefferson County, Colorado high school during the 2001-2002 school year. It is now accessible to every youth 19 and under in the Denver metro area (Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Jefferson, and Park counties) and through our affiliates in Boulder, Douglas, El Paso, Mesa, and Teller count ...
 
Jamilia Jackson aka “Jazze Jazz” was born and raised in Colorado Springs, CO. She is no stranger to the beautiful mountains of this wonderful state and its performance stages. She has performed poetry for public dignitaries, participated in stage plays both in school and in the civic arenas, and occasionally she was involved in radio and television. She was also actively involved in numerous community activities throughout the Southern Range from the late 1980’s until her senior year in high ...
 
Tom Chenault is a passionate man. Whether he is on the radio, on the phone or spending time with his wonderful family, you can be sure he is doing it with all that he has. His life has been one of adventure. He has been a corporate airplane salesman, a stock broker, a public relations firm owner and a successful network marketer. While he has made and lost a lot of money during his career(s), one thing he has never lost is the will to succeed no matter what. The path to where Tom Chenault is ...
 
Let’s be real. Men need to bring up their social justice game, and we believe there are men out there who want to but don’t know how. Jake and Carl don’t have all the answers, but they believe that opening up and doing a lot of self-reflection is one of the best ways for men to join the movement. Listen in while they try to model that process. Jake identifies as a cis-man, White, heterosexual, disabled (learning disability), middle class, agnostic, and is fan of Star Wars. Jake is a Communic ...
 
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The news website Vox recently published an article titled “Colorado’s cleanest energy options are also its cheapest.” The author, David Roberts, spoke with Aspen Public Radio about his findings. Roberts’ full article can be read here .By Alex Hager
 
There’s a dangerous middle ground between social drinking and alcoholism. Then, a CU professor advised “Frozen” producers on how to portray Nordic language and indigenous culture. And, holiday books with a Colorado flair. Plus, Pueblo’s miles-long mural.
 
Hosts: Katlin Birdsall, David Ludlam Guests: Kyle Stone, Travis Mercado, Chuck Pipher, Ben Reigel Air date: Dec 10, 2019
 
Host: Coach Guests: Blake Ammon, Christine Bogden Air date: Dec 09, 2019
 
Hosts: Alison Brinkley, Rebecca Mullen Guest: Casey Dittmer Air date: Dec 09, 2019
 
Babies born with complications because of their mothers’ nicotine use spend days in intensive care costing millions of dollars a year. How the state’s program to help women quit smoking is faring. Then, CPR News has a new home, but what was here before us? And what can you learn about your home?
 
Mental illness is usually diagnosed by people, but artificial intelligence might help doctors with assessments. Then, as part of "Teens Under Stress," how one school is helping teens overcome academic anxiety. And, listeners share ideas and ask questions about the teen series. Also, a rock and roll photographer tries to capture the quiet moment ...…
 
Former U.S. Sen. Mark Udall was on a Senate committee that investigated CIA interrogations after 9/11. The probe’s featured in a new film. Then, pop culture, teens and social media. Next, how to keep minor league baseball in Colorado? Plus, “giving machines” fund efforts to bring clean water to the world. And, listeners vote on Colorado’s iconi ...…
 
Congressman Ed Perlmutter was an early skeptic about impeachment -- and selecting Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House. Today, he says he was wrong on both counts. Then, each winter, Denver's streets breathe steam. Clouds rise from grates and manholes. They've long been part of the city's landscape -- but that's trouble in an age of climate change.…
 
Behind the Headline: 'Lawmakers seek to develop more school trust lands' by 89.1 FM KHOL JacksonBy 89.1 FM KHOL Jackson
 
Town takes over embattled housing plan; more progress and uncertainty on housing crisis horizon by 89.1 FM KHOL JacksonBy 89.1 FM KHOL Jackson
 
Host: Donna Morrall Guests: Danielle Sterle, Marisa Felix-Campbell AIr date: Dec 04, 2019
 
Host: Coach Guest: Linda Gann Air date: Dec 04, 2019
 
Host: Dulce Bell-Bulley Guest: Deb Steddon Air date: Dec 03, 2019df
 
Hosts: Jenne Baldwin-Eaton, Rob Crowell Guest: Alyssa Snow AIr date: Dec 02, 2019
 
Should climate change scientists turn to activism to get their messages heard? Also, a student shares her audio diaries to show the academic anxiety teenagers are feeling today. Plus, ski industry icon Klaus Obermeyer celebrates his 100th birthday. And the music of Denver synth-pop duo Motion Trap.
 
Host: Coach Guest: Rob Bleiberg Air date: Dec 02, 2019
 
Host: Rhonda Dunlap Guest: Paula Anderson Air date: Nov 27, 2019
 
Host: Joseph Rolley Guest: Breanna Fogg Air date: Nov 27, 2019
 
Hosts: Jenne Baldwin-Eaton, Rob Crowell Guest: Ellise Basch Air date: Nov 04, 2019
 
When a 15-year old boy died by suicide last year, his parents decided to include the cause of death in his obituary. Now, his friends have put together a guide for parents with their perspectives. Then, the old way of marketing doesn't always work; now businesses are offering experiences to make the sale. Plus CNN honors a local hero.…
 
STORIES is produced in the studios of KAFM by Jeff Liddle.
 
When police shot and killed a man with paranoid schizophrenia in Rangely last year, it raised serious questions about what happened. A look at a story shrouded in rumors and secrecy. Then, a filmmaker explores the way screens and depression are linked in her own family. And, a crowd-sourcing art project that stretched from sea to shining sea.…
 
On this Thanksgiving, stories of thanks, of empowerment, and of home. We meet a couple helping refugees create new lives in Colorado. Then, a mother works to empower children through literature. Also, a father and daughter create a special bond on the side of a mountain.
 
Historically Left Out, Colorado River Tribes Call For More Sway In Western Water Talks by 89.1 FM KHOL JacksonBy 89.1 FM KHOL Jackson
 
Aspen Utility Bills To Rise In 2020 Sopris Threatre Company Presents Irish Ghost Story 'The Veil' Colorado Has Big Potential With Solar And WindBy Molly Dove
 
New Monitoring Program Hopes To Boost Science On Science On Colorado River Headwaters Input Invited On City Projects At Aspen 'Feedback Forum' Avoid Food-Borne Illness This ThanksgivingBy Molly Dove
 
New Monitoring Program Hopes To Boost Science On Science On Colorado River Headwaters Input Invited On City Projects At Aspen 'Feedback Forum' Avoid Food-Borne Illness This ThanksgivingBy Molly Dove
 
The City of Aspen hosts a “Feedback Forum” next week, where officials are hoping to get public input on four different city projects. The open meetings will be held on Dec. 4 at the Limelight hotel in Aspen.By Alex Hager
 
The City of Aspen hosts a “Feedback Forum” next week, where officials are hoping to get public input on four different city projects. The open meetings will be held on Dec. 4 at the Limelight hotel in Aspen.By Alex Hager
 
The news website Vox recently published an article titled “Colorado’s cleanest energy options are also its cheapest.” The author, David Roberts, spoke with Aspen Public Radio about his findings. Roberts’ full article can be read here .By Alex Hager
 
In 2019, Aspen residents saw a hike in their electric and water bills. They’ll see another one in 2020. Starting Jan. 1, residential electric bills will go up 5% and water bills by 7%, on average. This means residents could pay around $15 extra a month for utility services.By Molly Dove
 
In 2019, Aspen residents saw a hike in their electric and water bills. They’ll see another one in 2020. Starting Jan. 1, residential electric bills will go up 5% and water bills by 7%, on average. This means residents could pay around $15 extra a month for utility services.By Molly Dove
 
Host: Jammie McCloud Guests: Karen Truester, Aaron Wirth, Ashley Spears Air date: Nov 26, 2019
 
Host: Coach Guests: Sherry, Dane Air date: Nov 25, 2109
 
A defrocked priest, a haunted house, a séance and a girl forced into marriage to save her mother’s estate -- these are all part of Sopris Theatre Company’s new production “The Veil.”By Christin Kay
 
A defrocked priest, a haunted house, a séance and a girl forced into marriage to save her mother’s estate -- these are all part of Sopris Theatre Company’s new production “The Veil.”By Christin Kay
 
Host: Coach Guest: John Mok-Lamee Air date: Nov 21, 2019
 
State lawmakers approved Colorado's Red Flag gun law in the last legislative session. We’ll get insight into new gun measures that could be up for debate in January. Then, how to interpret the language of texting, from punctuation marks to slang words. Also, transracial adoptions and how the federal government whitewashed Native Americans.…
 
2019 Saw Progress Toward 'Net Zero Energy' In Carbondale Carbondale's New Chocolatier Featured At Batch Pop-Up Local Chef Offers Healthy Twist On Thanksgiving Colorado State Supreme Court Won't Rethink 'Illegal' Sentencing DecisionBy Molly Dove
 
2019 Saw Progress Toward 'Net Zero Energy' In Carbondale Carbondale's New Chocolatier Featured At Batch Pop-Up Local Chef Offers Healthy Twist On Thanksgiving Colorado State Supreme Court Won't Rethink 'Illegal' Sentencing DecisionBy Molly Dove
 
Tuesday night, the Carbondale Board of Trustees was presented with a year-end rundown of accomplishments by Clean Energy Economy for the Region (CLEER). The Carbondale-based organization collaborates with the Town of Carbondale and Garfield County to assist in the adoption of renewable energy.By Alex Hager
 
Tuesday night, the Carbondale Board of Trustees was presented with a year-end rundown of accomplishments by Clean Energy Economy for the Region (CLEER). The Carbondale-based organization collaborates with the Town of Carbondale and Garfield County to assist in the adoption of renewable energy.By Alex Hager
 
Local chef Sarah Mandell says Thanksgiving sides, like mashed potatoes, gravy and stuffing, can steal the turkey's spotlight. Chef Mandell, owner of Flourish: Food To Thrive On, a company providing personal chef services, spoke with Morning Edition host and reporter Molly Dove about Mandell's approach to Thanksgiving.…
 
Local chef Sarah Mandell says Thanksgiving sides, like mashed potatoes, gravy and stuffing, can steal the turkey's spotlight. Chef Mandell, owner of Flourish: Food To Thrive On, a company providing personal chef services, spoke with Morning Edition host and reporter Molly Dove about Mandell's approach to Thanksgiving.…
 
A new Carbondale chocolate company makes an appearance at a pop-up Wednesday. Local Mark Burrows started Pollinator Chocolate just six months ago.By Christin Kay
 
A new Carbondale chocolate company makes an appearance at a pop-up Wednesday. Local Mark Burrows started Pollinator Chocolate just six months ago.By Christin Kay
 
Colorado’s delegation typically unites around state issues but now there are divisions over land use. Then, as RTD struggles, its chief departs. Plus, a Coloradan chronicles Tibet’s deadly struggle with China. Also, universities work toward student diversity.
 
Saving a Place for Public Art by 89.1 FM KHOL JacksonBy 89.1 FM KHOL Jackson
 
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