Best Jails podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Inspiring compassionate professional nursing in the criminal justice system
 
The next level of recovery. Cortland Pfeffer founded Taking The Mask Off in 2014 to help shine a light on the mental health industry (as well as other areas of our society that are shrouded in deceit and misinformation). Sharing insider perspectives and real life stories that have been gathered over 20 years in the field, Cortland is a psychiatric Registered Nurse who was himself once a patient in psychiatric hospitals, jails, and treatment centers. He now wishes to share his experiences wit ...
 
Chaplains play an important role in the lives of people who are hurting, distressed, or in challenging situations. They serve alongside first responders, in hospitals or other institutions, with the military, in prisons and jails, and in other situations. Hear from nine individuals about their journeys into chaplaincy, how they serve, and how they bring the love of Christ to those in need. This podcast is produced in partnership with the LCMS Office of National Mission.
 
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The Bugle
Weekly
 
It’s the trans-global satiricast that leaves no hot potato unbuttered. Andy Zaltzman breaks down the news with comedians from across the world including Wyatt Cenac, Hari Kondabolu, John Oliver, Nish Kumar, Anuvab Pal and his sister Helen.
 
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Throwing Shade
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Throwing Shade is the political comedy podcast hosted by Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi who deliver their fresh takes on pop culture, women’s rights, and LGBT rights with hilarity and vulgarity. Spend your Thursdays with the podcast called "the perfect combination of silly, intelligent, cynical and charming" by Entertainment Weekly and "Oprah's #1 pick" by an iTunes reviewer who is not Oprah.
 
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The Docket
Monthly
 
Michael Spratt discusses the intersection of the law, the courts, and government. What our government does affects you. And check out our new Making a Murderer after show series. Check out more by Michael at: www.michaelspratt.com
 
Democracy Now! is an independent daily TV & radio news program, hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. We provide daily global news headlines, in-depth interviews and investigative reports without any advertisements or government funding. Our programming shines a spotlight on corporate and government abuses of power and lifts up the stories of ordinary people working to make change in extraordinary times. Democracy Now! is live weekdays at 8am ET and available 24/ ...
 
Journalists, policymakers, diplomats and academics discuss global news beyond the headlines.
 
Democracy Now! is an independent daily TV & radio news program, hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan González. We provide daily global news headlines, in-depth interviews and investigative reports without any advertisements or government funding. Our programming shines a spotlight on corporate and government abuses of power and lifts up the stories of ordinary people working to make change in extraordinary times. Democracy Now! is live weekdays at 8am ET and available 24/ ...
 
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Illinois Issues
Weekly
 
Reporting and analysis taking you beyond the daily news and providing a deeper understanding of our state.
 
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More To Say
Weekly
 
After a story is reported, sometimes there’s more to say. Host Doug Fabrizio talks with KUER reporters as they unpack stories they’ve recently published. You'll hear new insights, unheard recordings and what initially inspired them. It’s kind of like a director’s cut… the good kind.
 
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Illinois Issues
Weekly
 
Reporting and analysis taking you beyond the daily news and providing a deeper understanding of our state.
 
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Throwing Shade
Weekly
 
Throwing Shade is the political comedy podcast hosted by Erin Gibson and Bryan Safi who deliver their fresh takes on pop culture, women�s rights, and LGBT rights with hilarity and vulgarity. Spend your Thursdays with the podcast called "the perfect combination of silly, intelligent, cynical and charming" by Entertainment Weekly and "Oprah's #1 pick" by an iTunes reviewer who is not Oprah.Feed generated by Unofficial RSS Feeds for Stitcher Premium.
 
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SAGE Criminology
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Welcome to the official free Podcast from SAGE for Criminology. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
From New Orleans and Louisiana, the world’s incarceration capital, we will meet those serving time inside and outside the criminal justice system. 711070
 
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Colorado Matters
Weekly+
 
Focusing on the state's people, issues and ideas, hear Colorado Matters on Colorado Public Radio's in-depth news station at www.cpr.org.
 
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News
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The Front Porch
Weekly
 
The Front Porch is where we bring together people with diverse views and backgrounds to see where we can find common ground.
 
Catch up on the latest news and events in Winona with the Winona Daily News signature podcast "What's Up Winona!"
 
The Global Goulets are three NYC-based adventurers who quit their comfortable day jobs to travel the world and capture it on film for TV. Our latest adventure involves a 15,000+ mile drive in a 2001 Nissan Xterra from New York to Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina.In this podcast we take you along with us for the ride, telling you stories about the places we go and introducing you to the people we meet throughout Latin America. Join us and drive the world.For more of our stories, check out www.glob ...
 
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Venezuela’s humanitarian and human rights crisis is one of the worst South America has ever seen. So a Miami lawmaker helped introduce a bill in Congress Thursday to protect Venezuelans living here from being deported back.By tpadgett@wlrnnews.org (Tim Padgett).
 
The Republican Party of Florida recently elected Senator Joe Gruters of Sarasota as its new chairman. During the annual Florida GOP meeting in Orlando Gruters said the party's "top priority" over the next two years is getting President Donald J. Trump re-elected in Florida. Gruters joined Sundial to talk about the vision for the Republican Part ...…
 
Carrying coladas , purse-sized puppies and mountains of luggage, passengers at the terminal of Miami International Airport rushed on Wednesday to board departing flights, going about their usual routines. Many ignored the members of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association , also known as NATCA, standing in the middle of the chaos, pass ...…
 
Climate change may cause more harm to women, a CU physician finds. Then, bark beetles are still menacing forests. Next, how many Colorado natives are there? Also, a preview of the Pueblo mayoral election.Then, this RTD crossing could be a hazmat disaster. Next, sheep shearing at the stock show. Finally, an ex-Lumineer's first solo album, 'Rattl ...…
 
The second largest home insurance company in Florida would have asked state regulators to raise premiums by 25 percent of it could have asked for a hike that big. Citizens Property Insurance, instead, wants regulators to okay an average increase of 8.2 percent. "What we needed was 25 (percent)," says Citizens CEO Barry Gilway. The property insu ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-17 Thursday Headlines for January 17, 2019 Strike! Barbara Ehrenreich Calls on TSA Workers to Walk Off Job in Protest of Government Shutdown Native American Communities Bear Brunt of Shutdown with Medicine Shortages & Suspended Food Programs The Fox in Charge of the Henhouse: Activists Decry Trump's EPA Pick, Coal Lobbyis ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-17 Thursday Headlines for January 17, 2019 Strike! Barbara Ehrenreich Calls on TSA Workers to Walk Off Job in Protest of Government Shutdown Native American Communities Bear Brunt of Shutdown with Medicine Shortages & Suspended Food Programs The Fox in Charge of the Henhouse: Activists Decry Trump's EPA Pick, Coal Lobbyis ...…
 
As suicide and opioid death numbers climb, researchers investigate how strong a connection exists.By mmcki1@uis.edu (Maureen.McKinney).
 
As suicide and opioid death numbers climb, researchers investigate how strong a connection exists.By mmcki1@uis.edu (Maureen.McKinney).
 
Bryan struggles to inflate his tires and Erin prophesizes doom for Whole Foods on a brand new Throwing Shade! Bryan discusses a report by the American Academy of Pediatrics revealing that two-thirds of gay fathers are stigmatized despite conclusive findings that there are no differences between children raised by straight and gay couples. Then, ...…
 
Bryan struggles to inflate his tires and Erin prophesizes doom for Whole Foods on a brand new Throwing Shade! Bryan discusses a report by the American Academy of Pediatrics revealing that two-thirds of gay fathers are stigmatized despite conclusive findings that there are no differences between children raised by straight and gay couples. Then, ...…
 
The business community in Florida is monitoring the Brexit turmoil across the pond. This week, British lawmakers rejected a deal to leave the European Union. The United Kingdom is facing a March 29 deadline without a clear direction. Jerry Parrish , chief economist and director of research for the Florida Chamber Foundation, spoke with WLRN’s A ...…
 
The Democratic Republic of Congo held elections on December 30th that would mark the country's first peaceful transfer of power since its independence in 1960. The long serving ruler, Joseph Kabilla had effectively delayed these elections for years, but finally promised to step down and cede power to the winner of these elections. Votes were ca ...…
 
With Democrats in control at the state Capitol, criminal justice advocates are pushing a series of reform proposals. Then, Marwan Nassr is one of the refugee students profiled in "The Newcomers." Next, zebu cattle at the National Western Stock Show. Also, the story of a "red diaper baby," the child of blacklisted actors in the McCarthy era.…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-16 Wednesday Headlines for January 16, 2019 "A Fight for the Soul of Britain": Theresa May's Brexit Deal Goes Down in Historic Defeat Could Trump's Attorney General Pick William Barr Be "Worse Than Jeff Sessions" on Civil Rights? Judge Blocks Trump Plan to Add Citizenship Question to Census, Citing "Smorgasbord" of Broken ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-16 Wednesday Headlines for January 16, 2019 "A Fight for the Soul of Britain": Theresa May's Brexit Deal Goes Down in Historic Defeat Could Trump's Attorney General Pick William Barr Be "Worse Than Jeff Sessions" on Civil Rights? Judge Blocks Trump Plan to Add Citizenship Question to Census, Citing "Smorgasbord" of Broken ...…
 
Many Miami commuters will likely see a change in their route in the near future. A massive, $800 million, four-year construction project began Monday that will affect Interstate-95, Interstate-395 and State Road 836 in downtown Miami.By amartinez@wlrnnews.org (Alejandra Martinez).
 
Gov. Ron DeSantis threatened on Tuesday to sanction Airbnb over what he called the home-sharing platform's anti-Semitic move to cease its operations along Israel's West Bank. The company has removed more than 200 listings in Israeli settlements in recent months, due to the dispute the homes have fueled with Palestinians. Flanked by South Florid ...…
 
Miami commuters, brace yourselves. You'll likely experience some travel headaches in the coming years. A massive, four-year, $800 million highway reconstruction project in Miami started on Monday. Once finished, commuters driving in and out of the city can expect a double-decker freeway stretching from Interstate 95 to the MacArthur Causeway, 3 ...…
 
HAVANA -- President Donald Trump's Cuba policy is driving millions of dollars from the island's private entrepreneurs to its state-run tourism sector, the opposite of its supposed goal, according to new government figures.By cdimattei@miamiherald.com (Christine DiMattei).
 
Matthew Shepard has been dead for as long as he was alive — 21 years. His parents have built their lives around LGBT activism, but also their grief. Then, a CSU professor studies the stormiest place on Earth: the Andean foothills. Next, the second part to our story about reparations in Colorado today. Finally, meet CU's first female Rhodes scholar.…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-15 Tuesday Headlines for January 15, 2019 "Public Education Is Not Your Plaything": L.A. Teachers Strike Against Privatization & Underfunding Will Trump's AG Pick William Barr Face Questions over Gitmo, Mass Incarceration & NSA Surveillance? Arizona Activists Face Jail Time for Providing Life-Saving Aid to Migrants Crossi ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-15 Tuesday Headlines for January 15, 2019 "Public Education Is Not Your Plaything": L.A. Teachers Strike Against Privatization & Underfunding Will Trump's AG Pick William Barr Face Questions over Gitmo, Mass Incarceration & NSA Surveillance? Arizona Activists Face Jail Time for Providing Life-Saving Aid to Migrants Crossi ...…
 
Democracy Now! Tuesday, January 15, 2019
 
Leonys Martín was the first Cuban baseball player Paul Minoff ever represented. Minoff, an attorney with GrayRobinson in Fort Lauderdale, was astonished by the scary stories Martín told him about being smuggled out of communist Cuba by human traffickers.By tpadgett@wlrnnews.org (Tim Padgett).
 
Governor Ron DeSantis suspended Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel last week. Sheriff Israel had been widely criticized for his agency's response during and after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland on February 14. Israel’s replacement and new interim sheriff is 40-year old former Coral Springs Police Sergeant Gregory ...…
 
After unearthing their ancestors' history of slave-owning, these two white Colorado women turn to reparations. Then, this astronaut survived an emergency landing but will fly again. Next, keep those holiday lights up until the stock show ends. Also, behind the book "If I Live Until Morning." Then, how King Soopers got its name. Finally, meet th ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-14 Monday Headlines for January 14, 2019 The Groveland Four: Florida Pardons Men Falsely Accused in Jim Crow-Era Rape Case in 1949 As Gov't Shutdown Drags On, IRS Continues to Aid the Rich & Corporations While Targeting the Poor Download this show
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-14 Monday Headlines for January 14, 2019 The Groveland Four: Florida Pardons Men Falsely Accused in Jim Crow-Era Rape Case in 1949 As Gov't Shutdown Drags On, IRS Continues to Aid the Rich & Corporations While Targeting the Poor Download this show
 
From decisions on ethics, to the environment, to a Supreme Court pick, Ron DeSantis got a lot done in his first four days as Governor of the state of Florida. Though it’s far too early to make conclusions about the way DeSantis will lead, it does appear the Republican governor is “trying to take some steps that will have broad appeal,” said Jim ...…
 
This story has been updated with additional context at 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 16 2019. What started as an idea to build more affordable housing in Downtown Fort Lauderdale has become a growing fight between residents, a developer and city officials. At the center of the fight is a 15-story low-income housing development that the nonprofit ...…
 
Daniel Garcia-Barbon’s wish when he was a teenager was to become an air traffic controller. The fast-paced, mistake-free environment of the work seemed thrilling. Now, 10 years since fulfilling his dream, Garcia-Barbon’s job is failing to support him, his wife and two children. The air traffic controller in Miami, who’s working without pay due ...…
 
A protest movement in Sudan is posing the biggest challenge to the genocidal regime of Omar al Bashir in decades. The protests began just before Christmas, ostensibly over an increase in the price of bread and they quickly spread. Predictably, the regime has responded with violence but nevertheless, these protests persist. On the line with me t ...…
 
Andy and Anuvab Pal discuss Trump’s ‘wall’, Theresa May’s ‘deal’ and the true heritage of James Bond. Plus, some old smoking adverts make it In The Bin. And – Producer Chris news. With… @HelloBuglers Anuvab Pal @ProducerChris More episodes and info on our website: http://thebuglepodcast.com
 
Gov. Ron DeSantis has officially removed and suspended Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel. DeSantis, sworn in as governor Tuesday, visited the Broward Sheriff's Office headquarters in Fort Lauderdale Friday afternoon to put weeks of rumors about Israel's fate to rest. "I have no interest in dancing on Scott Israel's political grave," DeSantis ...…
 
For the second time in a week, a Latin American Supreme Court justice has denounced a left-wing authoritarian president. This time the country is Nicaragua – and this time the judge is calling the regime "a state of terror."By tpadgett@wlrnnews.org (Tim Padgett).
 
Colorado GOP chairman Jeff Hays will not seek reelection after a blue wave swept the midterm elections. Then, furloughed federal workers go the first day with no pay. Next, the state of hemp. Also, this doctor who studies vertigo also experiences it. Then, the Phamaly Theatre Company was born from disappointment and discrimination. Finally, CPR ...…
 
In a web exclusive conversation, we speak with prison abolitionist Mariame Kaba about Cyntoia Brown being granted full clemency by Republican Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam after serving 15 years in prison, the failures of the criminal justice reform bill known as the First Step Act, and the fight against NYC jail expansion as Mayor Bill de Bla ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-11 Friday Headlines for January 11, 2019 Exclusive: Angela Davis Speaks Out on Palestine, BDS & More After Civil Rights Award Is Revoked Download this show
 
In a web exclusive conversation, we speak with prison abolitionist Mariame Kaba about Cyntoia Brown being granted full clemency by Republican Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam after serving 15 years in prison, the failures of the criminal justice reform bill known as the First Step Act, and the fight against NYC jail expansion as Mayor Bill de Bla ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-11 Friday Headlines for January 11, 2019 Exclusive: Angela Davis Speaks Out on Palestine, BDS & More After Civil Rights Award Is Revoked Download this show
 
More than 15,000 children are being held in migrant children shelters around the country. A recent ProPublica investigation found some kids are reporting sexual assaults in shelters, and their allegations are not always thoroughly investigated.By ngreen@wlrnnews.org (Nadege Green).
 
As Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro was sworn in to a second term on Thursday in Caracas, nearly a hundred Venezuelan-Americans and exiles protested in Miami against his recent reelection, calling it a sham. The demonstrators held signs and yelled outside Venezuela’s consulate in Downtown, saying the election was just the latest corrupt acti ...…
 
The Miami-based group PALO! compares their music to the traditional Cuban stew ajiaco : It's a “mash up of stuff." Their sound combines Cuban, African American funk, Colombian and Puerto Rican sounds. The Afro-Cuban funk band was started by musician and Miami Dade College business professor Steve Roitstein back in 2003. They’ve been playing in ...…
 
President Trump has said Cuban voters won Florida for him in 2016 because he promised to roll back normalized relations with communist Cuba begun by his predecessor, Barack Obama. A new FIU poll looked at whether Miami Cubans are really that conservative today. The answer is yes and no. But mostly no.…
 
After years of contentious negotiations, the Frontier Airlines pilots have cut a deal that includes a 53 percent average pay raise. Then, how to spot the migratory and nesting bald eagles that call Colorado home. Next, meet another new CPR show, Latino USA. Finally, composer Itzhak Perlman reflects on his career and music today.…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-10 Thursday Headlines for January 10, 2019 From EPA to TSA, Agencies Devoted to Nation's Health and Safety Are Going Unfunded During Shutdown Public Citizen: Frightening Prospect If an Authoritarian Like Trump Declares State of Emergency National Parks Overflow with Trash, Human Waste as Gov't Shutdown Approaches 3 Weeks ...…
 
Democracy Now! 2019-01-10 Thursday Headlines for January 10, 2019 From EPA to TSA, Agencies Devoted to Nation's Health and Safety Are Going Unfunded During Shutdown Public Citizen: Frightening Prospect If an Authoritarian Like Trump Declares State of Emergency National Parks Overflow with Trash, Human Waste as Gov't Shutdown Approaches 3 Weeks ...…
 
Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker takes office next week on the heels of the most decisive election victory in a generation. And he’ll be working to pass his agenda through the biggest Democratic majorities in the General Assembly since the 1960s. That raises a question: What precisely does that agenda consist of?…
 
Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker takes office next week on the heels of the most decisive election victory in a generation. And he’ll be working to pass his agenda through the biggest Democratic majorities in the General Assembly since the 1960s. That raises a question: What precisely does that agenda consist of?…
 
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