Best Lake District podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Top regional news stories from member-supported North Country Public Radio, serving northern New York, western Vermont and the Canada border.
 
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Slow Radio
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An antidote to today’s frenzied world. Step back, let go, immerse yourself: it’s time to go slow.A lo-fi celebration of pure sound.
 
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BPR News
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News Stories from BPR News.
 
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River to River
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River to River is a conversation about the news with an Iowa perspective. Together we'll dig into the story behind the headlines - we talk with newsmakers and a diverse range of experts to find out how the news affects you. We take on challenging topics, explore issues from all sides, and foster conversation and understanding.
 
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Wisconsin Vote
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Wisconsin Vote offers fresh updates on the latest news on the 2016 Elections, including coverage of the national conventions. Wisconsin Vote is a service of Wisconsin Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Television.
 
The Green Building Audio Tours is a project to record and publish, via web, podcast, and mobile, the audio stories of the greenest buildings. The project is lead by the Open Green Building Society, a not-for-profit society dedicated to developing tools for sharing information about green building. Learn more at http://greenbuildingaudiotours.com/
 
Radio Free Winnipeg’s mission is to challenge manicured discourses and illuminate the issues and history erased in the mainstream. Radio Free Winnipeg broadcasts bi-monthly on CKUW 95.9FM from the University of Winnipeg, on Treaty One Territory. Hosted and Produced by Greg Gallinger and Scott Price.
 
Discussing the principles of Liberty and exposing corruption in Utah politics. Broadcasting on KTALK AM 630, Thursdays from 10 AM - 12 PM on the Liberty Line Up radio show. www.libertylineup.com and www.defendingutah.org
 
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Joe's Junk Drawer
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Podcast by Randy Roberts
 
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Crosscurrents
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Crosscurrents is the award-winning daily news magazine from KALW Public Radio. We make joyful, informative stories that engage people across the divides in our community - economic, social, and cultural.
 
A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America's leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio. Related travel information and message boards on www.rickst ...
 
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The Bay
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Every good story starts local. So that’s where we start. The Bay is storytelling for daily news. KQED host Devin Katayama talks with reporters to help us make sense of what’s happening in the Bay Area. One story. One conversation. One idea.
 
Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.
 
Whether you're a parent or a child, a young reader or an older one, the Great Big Treasury of Beatrix Potter is indeed just that – a treasure chest of delightful, charming little stories full of animals and people. Beatrix Potter today has spawned a whole industry of merchandise, games and theme parks, but the stories remain as fresh and sparkling as they were when they first came out in 1901. The Great Big Treasury contains three collections compiled into one enchanting volume - The Giant T ...
 
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IMPRV News 9 at 8
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Real Headlines. Real Comedians. Real insights into the latest in headline news. Join renowned newsman Bryant Willis and a rotating cast of guest anchors for behind the scenes looks at the week's most interesting headlines with help from Seattle's best comedians.Follow us on Twitter: @AnchorBryant @AnchorTanya @AnchorFabian
 
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Did you miss the live radio show? Catch up with Mike and Peggy and their unique perspective on all things green right here on the podcast page!
 
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Business of Film
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Business of Film is everything you wanted to know about the film business and filmmaking. From film production to distribution, each week you'll get insights from the top people working in the film business today. Be it film producers, film distributors, sales agents or managers, the Business of Film podcast is about making movies today. Jesse Ikeman unravels the complex world of film. Whether you are a low budget filmmaker or simple want to hear from todays top film professionals, this is t ...
 
Get behind-the-scenes happenings at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as you hear how some of our stories came together. Hear from our reporters and editors on various topics such as politics, features, what's coming online, in print and more.Current series are Net Front Presence, Political Fix, Making Babies, 2 Bens and Commish's Classics.
 
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Today, where do bills still passing through the Michigan Legislature stand as we head into the final week of the lame-duck session? Plus, we speak to two siblings who were separated in the foster care system. Now, they're fighting for a Sibling Bill of Rights. Legislator explains why school grading system is needed Representative Tim Kelly (R-S ...…
 
Food writers Jane and Michael Stern discuss wintertime comfort grub served in America's roadside restaurants, then culinary-culture expert Fred Plotkin explores the various kinds of chocolate available across Europe. And listeners share the experiences that made their Christmas vacations in Europe really special — plus a tour guide from Prague ...…
 
Glenwood attorney Claire Noone recently traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border to advise immigrants who are making asylum claims.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA newsroom, including: Farm Bill Brings Certainty Catholic Store Murder Suspect Identified in Another Assault McCaskill Jabs Senate in Farewell Speech Elephant Death Third This Month at Grant's FarmBy wjf98f@mail.missouri.edu (bill_finn).
 
JT Thomas is a senior at the University of Missouri and is studying biology and business. We met at an event called “The Art of the Scar” that was hosted by the Missouri Kidney Program in September. JT was diagnosed with kidney failure at the age of 20, and he spoke about the role that community played in his health and transplantation journey. ...…
 
Mark Kirchhoff is the homeless youth program coordinator for Rainbow House in Columbia, and Kelsey Louder is the former shelter director. They spoke about some of the hardest parts of their jobs working with young people experiencing homelessness. Missouri Health Talks gathers Missourians’ stories of access to healthcare in their own words. You ...…
 
At a council meeting last week, Aspen City Council voted to delay signing a contract with the rideshare service, Lyft.By zoe@aspenpublicradio.org (Zoe Rom).
 
Welcome to the beginning of another week in the Roaring Fork Valley! This is Week in the Arts, a curated list of upcoming exhibitions and events.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
The state's share of costs for the Children's Health Insurace Program, also known as CHIP or HAWK-I in Iowa, is expected to increase as federal funding drops. On this News Buzz edition of River to River , host Ben Kieffer speaks with Ann Discher of the Child and Family Policy Center in Des Moines to learn more. Also in the hour, what's included ...…
 
Much of the focus in North Carolina politics this week was on the continuing revelations of alleged election fraud in the state's 9th Congressional district, or at the state capitol in Raleigh where the General Assembly was in session. But a lot also happened in Western North Carolina this week. Republican Congressman Mark Meadows was under con ...…
 
Good news for last minute insurance shoppers. Pisgah Legal Services, in partnership with Mission Health is hosting a free enrollment event Saturday, December 15 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Mission Health/AB Tech Conference Center at 16 Fernihurst Drive. No appointment is needed.By hchickering@bpr.org (Helen Chickering).
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: McCaskill Jabs Senate in Farewell Speech: 'Something Is Broken' Columbia Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Sex Trafficking a Minor Ellis Library Reviewing Security Practices after Student Removed for not Showing ID Vehicle Registration Could Be a Funding Solution in Wake of Fuel Tax Rejection…
 
John Lyons lives in Parachute, CO and grows hemp in what used to be his horse arena. Inside, hundreds of green plants stand in long, neat rows, under LED lights.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
(Credit Rog Cogswell via flickr.com / CC) Virginia lawmakers are monitoring the potential of a partial government shutdown. They know from past shutdowns that the Commonwealth’s economy gets hit by them, as Matt Laslo reports. https://virginiapublicradio.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/VPR-VA-Shutdown-Fears-.mp3…
 
Young urban farmers Saajida Chohan and Paul Meyer with their Virginia State University professor Leonard Githinji. (Credit: Sandy Hausman) The city of Petersburg was once a prosperous place where railroads crossed and tobacco money changed hands. Today it’s economically depressed. But a program pioneered by Virginia State University could help ...…
 
Oakland is considering closing 24 schools. Most of these schools are likely in East Oakland, where many of the poorest students live. A group of parents is demanding that if Oakland Unified closes their kids’ schools that they be given first dibs of any other school in the district. This includes charter schools, which have been part of the rea ...…
 
(Dec 14, 2018) One of the Adirondack Park’s most popular wilderness ski trails has been officially designated as a town road, thanks to a court battle known as the Old Mountain Road case that dates back more than fifteen years.By radio@ncpr.org (North Country Public Radio).
 
(Dec 14, 2018) Next year will be the first time some upstate House Republicans will be in the minority. Central New York Rep. John Katko (R-Camillus) said he has built a lot of bridges with Democrats over the last four years.By radio@ncpr.org (North Country Public Radio).
 
(Dec 14, 2018) Although we'll see some warmer weather this weekend, ice and deep snow reign in the backcountry. Plan for the possibility of encountering light rain or show showers, especially through tonight and again on Sunday.By radio@ncpr.org (North Country Public Radio).
 
(Dec 14, 2018) Howard Glass didn't move to the Adirondacks to jump out of helicopters. Howard came up to the Adirondacks in 1977 with a masters degree in biochemistry and cell biology and worked at a lab in Lake Placid for four years before it closed. Howard then went on a huge job search around the Northeast, but decided to stay in the Adirond ...…
 
(Dec 14, 2018) Naturalist and educator Paul Hetzler says he had intended to be a bear when he grew up, but when that didn't pan out, he settled for an educator position instead. His new book is titled, Shady Characters: Plant Vampires, Caterpillar Soup, Leprechaun Trees and Other Hilarities of the Natural World. Hetzler's work has appeared in m ...…
 
The the practice of outdoor defecation is a major cause of diarrheal diseases that kill about 2,200 children a day - more than die from HIV/AIDS, malaria or tuberculosis combined As of 2015, an estimated 900 million people relieved themselves outside, according to the UN. More than half of them – around a half billion people – were in India. In ...…
 
This is the last story in our four-part series “Persistent Poison: Lead’s Toxic Legacy in the Bay Area.” In Alameda County, which has some of the highest lead levels in the country, an energetic public health nurse helps families after their child has been lead poisoned. But her work is a stopgap solution. What’s the answer to preventing leadin ...…
 
Valley residents are choosing to pay for health insurance on the exchange, even though the mandate no longer comes with a penalty.By alycin@aspenpublicradio.org (abektesh).
 
Dr. Kimberly Levin is Pitkin County’s Medical officer and an emergency room physician.By zoe@aspenpublicradio.org (Zoe Rom).
 
New York’s Eleven Madison Park, often cited as one of the of the best restaurants in the country, opens a pop-up in Aspen this weekend. EMP Winter House will take over the Chefs Club space at the St. Regis starting Saturday. Diners can eat in the restaurant or in a collection of outdoor yurts.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
Today, Detroit Public Schools Community District Superintendent Nikolai Vitti joined Stateside to react to a lame-duck bill that would create a statewide A-F grading system for Michigan schools. Plus, what would Michigan native Russell Kirk, a founder of American conservatism, think of the ideology today? “This is colonialism”: Detroit schools ...…
 
McCaskill jabs Senate in farewell speech: 'Something is broken' Lime Scooters to pause operations during winter MU's Coalition of Graduate Workers hold grade-in in protest Negro League bobbleheads part of fundraising campaignBy mrwzq8@mail.missouri.edu (mac_whaley).
 
Dan Porterfield is the President and CEO of the Aspen Institute. He spoke with outgoing President Carolyne Heldman about the roles public media and the Aspen Institute play in combating the political polarization facing our country today.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
Leaders in Washington may be heading toward yet another government shutdown, although Virginia’s two senators are hopeful Congress can avoid brinkmanship. Michael Pope reports. https://virginiapublicradio.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/VPR-Senators-Shutdown.mp3By Nick Gilmore.
 
Local chef Chris Randall wants to highlight the issues of addiction and mental health struggles in the restaurant industry with an event, "Proofless," that pairs seven gourmet courses with non-alcoholic drinks, or “mocktails.”By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA newsroom, including: McCaskill Says She Won't Run Again but Will Stay Active Missouri GOP Calls on Lawyer to Step Aside in Hawley Review Missouri Infrastructure Projects Get $90 Million in Federal Grants Police: Gun Jammed After Shots Fired in Columbia RestaurantBy zekcnc@mail.missouri.edu (zia_kelly).
 
Local sludge metal band Windhand performs at one of Strange Matter’s final shows. (Credit: Brad Kutner) For nearly 50 years alternative touring and local musicians have found an audience at Richmond’s 929 West Grace Street, just a stone’s throw from VCU’s Monroe Park Campus. Now, the latest iteration of the space, Strange Matter, is closing its ...…
 
(Dec 13, 2018) People who support legalizing recreational marijuana for adults in New York say 2019 may be the year that it happens. At a conference to explore the best way to craft legislation, participants also said it needs to include reparative justice for communities most adversely affected by the decades-long marijuana prohibition in New ...…
 
(Dec 13, 2018) The Adirondack Park Agency commission meets today in Ray Brook. Their agenda includes consideration of a new state plan that would expand and enhance cross-country ski trails on the Park's forest preserve. The commission could also approve regulatory changes that would allow removal of the rail line from Tupper Lake to Lake Placid.…
 
(Dec 13, 2018) The drug naloxone, or Narcan, is on the front line of response to the opioid epidemic. It can reverse an overdose, immediately, but temporarily. With rising overdose rates, law enforcement and emergency medical personnel commonly carry the life-saving drug.St. Lawrence County Undersheriff said, "Anything that law enforcement and ...…
 
This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.By alycin@aspenpublicradio.org (abektesh).
 
Nic Romano and Bill Turck on practical ways to help the homeless. Mandy Bayer from U Mass Amhurst has advice on de-icing products for your walks and driveways. Lisa Albrecht and Clay Sterling promote solar installation training classes in Illinois.By mike@mikenowak.net (Mike Nowak).
 
This is the second story in a four-part award-winning series “ Persistent Poison: Lead’s Toxic Legacy in the Bay Area.By kalwnews917@gmail.com (KALW).
 
This week on Discover Nature , watch for wild fungal fruits growing in the woods. Oyster mushrooms grow in overlapping, shelf-like clusters on stumps, logs, and trunks of deciduous trees especially during damp weather. Broad, fleshy, shell-shaped caps are whitish to grayish to tan in color, protecting narrow membranes below, called gills. The m ...…
 
Carbondale resident Jim Calaway died early Wednesday morning. He was 87 years old and a dedicated community member and philanthropist.By wyatt@aspenpublicradio.org (Wyatt Orme).
 
Regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: McCaskill Says She Won't Run Again but Will Stay Active Missouri GOP Calls on Lawyer to Step Aside in Hawley Review Life Is Good for Downtown, Business Loop Districts MoDOT Director to Address Chamber on Future Road Plans University of Missouri Enters World of Competitive Gaming…
 
On today’s show, a toxicologist shares his concerns over a bill moving through Michigan's lame-duck legislature that would restrict what information the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality uses when determining standards for toxic contamination cleanup. Plus, our education commentator Matinga Ragatz on why it’s important that teachers ...…
 
Punny, yes. Funny? No. The closing of the Uranus Examiner presents a serious problem for the residents of Pulaski County now that its lost its only locally-produced newspaper. Also, hyperlocal coverage of Prof. George Smith’s Nobel Prize , TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year and the controversy over the lyrics in 1940’s-era # Christmas music. Fr ...…
 
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats bring their neo-soul to Aspen this weekend. Their new album, "Tearing at the Seams," once again pairs Rateliff's melancholy lyrics with blues-y tunes.By christin@aspenpublicradio.org (Christin Kay).
 
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