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Best FRESNO STATE podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best FRESNO STATE podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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I am a student of language and literature. I have been reading, writing, and studying for most of my life. I received a B.A. in English from Fresno State and then went on to receive an M.A. and Ph.D. in English at Indiana University. I am interested in literature, philosophy, history and gardening. For the last 16 years, I have been a teacher at Peninsula College and, when not working, reading, or writing, spend much of my time in my garden.Note-Content belongs to Wes Cecil, this podcast mir ...
 
This is the podcast for Right to Life of Central California's weekly, pro-life radio show, broadcast every Saturday from 9-10 AM on Power Talk FM 96.7 and AM 1400 in Fresno. Our host (and RLCC executive director) John Gerardi gives all the latest news on the pro-life movement in Fresno, throughout California, and nationally. Subscribe today!
 
The Downtown Rams Podcast discusses the latest on everything Los Angeles Rams. Jake Ellenbogen & Alexis Kraft bring on top of the line guests as they talk and debate about the latest LA Rams topics. Find us on social media here: Facebook: https://facebook.com/DowntownRams Twitter: https://twitter.com/DowntownRams Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/downtownrams/ You can find our podcasts here: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/downtown-rams-podcast/id1233567831 Spotify: https:// ...
 
My Dad had me in radio production rooms starting at age ten, so being on-air has always come natural to me. I've been a music DJ all over the U.S. including Phoenix, Denver, Kansas City, San Jose and Buffalo. I even ran some of the top Billboard artists as a record rep with Sony Music, but I realized being on the radio as a talk show host is what I was created to do. Conservatives, liberals, atheists, vegetarians, vegans, gay, straight, sideways; even Giant fans, born and raised as a Dodgers ...
 
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This week on Young Artists Spotlight, we welcome vocal performers from Fresno State, as well as Dr. Maria Briggs and Dr. Cari Earnhart. In addition to the performances, Briggs and Earnhart will discuss the upcoming Fresno Art Song Festival (Feb 29) and the CSUF Carmina Burana gala (Mar 13-15). Performers: Jordan Pulido - Ночь (Night) Op. 44 No. 1 -…
 
On episode No. 120 of The Draft Analysts, Chris Tripodi and Tony Pauline break down early reports from combine training, including some discouraging news on an Ohio State Buckeyes cornerback. The duo welcomes Fresno State Bulldogs linebacker Mykal Walker to the show to talk about his time at Division II Azusa Pacific, the versatility he showed on t…
 
Seven Minutes is a series of interviews with top wrestling coaches and athletes. Most of the question-and-answer sessions last roughly seven minutes. Hence the name. All-American Josh Hokit of Fresno State is in his senior season where he plays football and wrestles for the Bulldogs. Hokit placed fifth at the 2019 NCAA Championships at 197 […]…
 
The San Joaquin Valley lies underneath one of the two most polluted air basins in the country. That’s why, in 2018, two communities here – one in Shafter and one in south-central Fresno – were selected among the first to participate in Assembly Bill 617, an ambitious state law that enables local involvement in air protection. Now, 18 months into th…
 
Stand-up comic Paula Poundstone is coming to the Tower Theater in Fresno on Saturday. You may know her as a panelist on the hit NPR quiz show Wait Wait...Don’t Tell Me! But did you know she loves exercise? Well, once it's over! And she’s even investigated happiness, through a series of thoroughly unscientific experiments. FM89’s News Director Alice…
 
On this week’s Valley Edition: We sit down with candidates Jim Costa and Esmerelda Soria to talk policy and politics as both vye for the 16th Congressional District seat. Plus, you’ve heard her as a panelist on ‘Wait Wait...Don’t Tell Me!’ the NPR news quiz show: this weekend, comedian Paula Poundstone is coming to Fresno. The standup comic tells u…
 
As the race to represent the 16th congressional district heats up between incumbent Jim Costa and fellow democrat Esmeralda Soria, both candidates stopped by the KVPR studio to talk with FM89's Kathleen Schock about the key issues facing the district, and the attention grabbing television ads from the Costa campaign.…
 
Porterville Devastated By Firefighter Deaths The community of Porterville in Tulare County will gather to pay respects to two firefighters who died on the job this week. They were battling a fire inside a library which authorities say two young teenagers set on purpose. Reporter: Laura Tsutsui, Valley Public Radio USC Announces Free Tuition For Som…
 
President Donald Trump was in Bakersfield for a short visit Wednesday to sign a Presidential Memorandum to commit more water to San Joaquin Valley farmers. He spoke to an invitation-only crowd of about 2,000 people. The event at Meadows Field Airport drew high schoolers wearing Future Farmers of America jackets, Kern County farmers, and Republican …
 
Homelessness Takes Center Stage In State Of The State Speech Governor Gavin Newsom delivered his second State Of The State speech in Sacramento yesterday. It was a break with tradition both in style and substance. The governor promised to put homelessness at the top of his agenda this year. Reporter: Guy Marzorati, KQED Trump Woos Ag Community In B…
 
After a fire devastated the Porterville Public Library, the city's fire department held a processional Thursday Monring to move the body of one of their own to the Tulare County Coroner. 25-year-old firefighter Patrick Jones’ body was recovered from the remains of the library Wednesday. He responded to the fire Tuesday afternoon, and wanted to make…
 
UC Threatens To Fire Striking Graduate Students A strike by graduate student teachers at the UC Santa Cruz campus is now in its second week. Striking teaching assistants have been withholding grades for about two months now. The UC says the students are facing the real prospect of losing their jobs. Reporter: Erika Mahoney, KAZU Governor Newsom’s A…
 
Tech Companies Face Economic Impact Of The Coronavirus The coronavirus outbreak is having an impact on tech business. Yesterday, Apple told nervous investors that it’s not selling as many of its products as it had originally projected it would for the current quarter. Reporter: Mary Franklin Harvin, KQED Homeless Activists Are Pushing For Housing R…
 
On episode No. 121 of The Draft Analysts, Chris Tripodi and Tony Pauline interview Boise State Broncos offensive tackle Ezra Cleveland about his decision to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft after his junior season, his practice battles against pass rusher and fellow underclassman entry Curtis Weaver, playing on the blue turf at Albertsons Stadium and…
 
Sanctuary Cities Face New Immigration Crackdown The Trump Administration announced a new crackdown on undocumented immigrants this weekend. The plan is to boost immigration enforcement by sending border patrol agents to sanctuary cities across the U.S. Officials in Los Angeles and San Francisco are pushing back. Reporter: Michelle Wiley, KQED CA Su…
 
If you’re a regular NPR listener, you probably know StoryCorps. It’s a weekly radio show that produces uniquely poignant, intimate interviews. “The summary that I always give participants is that we’re a non-profit that travels the country and collects people’s stories as part of adding to this oral history that we have,” says Ava Ahmadbeigi, site …
 
Next Wednesday, February 19, is Day of Remembrance. It’s the 78th anniversary of when President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which sent West Coast Japanese Americans to concentration camps. A note on terminology: T hese were not Nazi death camps in Europe, but they were spaces that Japanese Americans were forced to live in. Norma…
 
On this week's Valley Edition: There's only one proposition on the ballot this year, Proposition 13. Some say it will deepen state debt, while others think it’s the fix for California’s aging schools. Plus: We’ll speak to a California native who served in two presidential cabinets. Secretary Norman Mineta was pivotal in convincing the U.S. governme…
 
The stereotype that black people do not swim is pervasive, despite the rich aquatic culture that enslaved West Africans brought to the colonies. FM89's Kathleen Schock spoke with UC Merced history professor Kevin Dawson about that largely forgotten history, and the intersection of swimming, race and power in America.…
 
The sole proposition before voters in March is Proposition 13, a $15 billion bond that would help to upgrade the state’s K-12 schools, colleges and universities. FM89's Kathleen Schock talked about the measure’s potential impact, and its confusion with the 1970s property tax law, with Calmatters reporter Ricardo Cano, Fresno State political science…
 
LA Expunges Marijuana Records Recreational marijuana sales and use have been legal in California for a while now, but a lot of people have old marijuana convictions on their criminal records. In Los Angeles, relief is coming for them. Reporter: Sharon McNary, KPCC State Agency Snubs Governor’s Green Initiative In Sacramento, the non-partisan Legisl…
 
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