Best Louisiana podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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On Louisiana Eats! NOLA food icon Poppy Tooker takes us into Louisiana's wide open fields, deep waters, bustling markets, and busy kitchens. Poppy's people are carrying on the traditions of Louisiana's wholly local but universally celebrated food, from farm to table, and sometimes barroom! Poppy roams the State to find the folks who are taking the abundant wealth of Louisiana's food culture into the future with inspiration and innovation. Let's eat!
 
Learn how we offer salvation from those things that deny life or make life less whole.
 
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.
 
The LBC Podcast is a collection of audio events which help to equip and encourage Louisiana Baptists. This is an extension of the other services of the LBC. The LBC Podcast is a Cooperative Program Ministry
 
Podcast by Mona L. Hayden, Editor
 
This is a gentle, delightful story of life and love on the bayoux of Acadian Louisiana during the latter half of the 19th century. Bonaventure is a Creole raised among the Acadians. He loves learning, and through his calling as a teacher, and his own unique force of character, comes to have a lasting effect on the people around him. A word of warning: This story has occasional references to Jews and African Americans that the modern mind finds offensive. They are retained here in the interes ...
 
A podcast dedicated to sharing information, resources, news, stories and more for Louisiana Bowhunter.
 
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Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure — exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
 
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Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure — exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
 
Verse by verse study in the Bible.
 
News, Information, and Entertainment that affects Louisiana
 
Yee-haw! The Pony Rider Boys are on the move again! This time the boys are headed to the canebrakes in the swamps of Louisiana. Of course trouble follows our friends into the swamp, but Chunky will surprise everyone in this book. - Summary by Ann BoulaisPrevious book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in New EnglandNext book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in Alaska
 
Donald Trump Rally in Baton Rouge - Louisiana (12-9-2016) - 48k -16 bitsaudio English
 
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Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure—exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of I Saw in Louisiana a Live-Oak Growing by Walt Whitman. This was the Weekly Poetry project for May 26, 2013.This poem is taken from Book 4 of Leaves of Grass, a collection of poetry which Whitman would continue editing and revising until his death. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
Weekly message from Broadmoor United Methodist Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
 
David Vitter has a plan for Louisiana - a blueprint for building a brighter future for our state. Subscribe to our podcast and listen to learn more.
 
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Talk Louisiana
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Talk Louisiana connects listeners with Louisiana newsmakers through live interviews and original feature reporting. Hosted by award-winning journalist and broadcast veteran, Jim Engster, Talk Louisiana brings listener insight into the conversation by phone and email. In addition to the weekday morning broadcast, hear Talk Louisiana at wrkf.org and the WRKF App.
 
All things Louisiana sports
 
The Louisiana Sugarcane News Podcast is brought to you by the American Sugar Cane League, the voice of the Louisiana sugarcane industry.
 
The LBC Podcast is a collection of videos to equip and encourage Louisiana Baptists. This is an extension of the other services of the LBC. The LBC Podcast is a Cooperative Program Ministry
 
This podcast is a highlight of many of the powerful messages that have been preached at many of our conventions, camps, and conferences. We hope they will be a blessing to your life and ministry.
 
Messages from First Baptist Church Many, Louisiana. These sermons from the Bible guide you in following Jesus Christ as Lord.
 
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LSU Alumni Association President Cliff Vannoy on Homecoming week in TigerTown. Baton Rouge Advocate Capitol Bureau Chief Mark Ballard on the political winds fewer than three weeks from election day. Author Bob Spitz on his comprehensive biography of President Reagan.By talk@talklouisiana.org (Jim Engster).
 
Ora King is a sustainably raised salmon from New Zealand, whose story is almost as delicious as the fish itself. Back in early 1900, two avid fishermen somehow managed to bring live King salmon home to New Zealand from a fishing trip to California. The salmon thrived there and the rest is Ora King history. Ora King is only available to the rest ...…
 
Republican Party Activist Darrell Glasper and Democrat Susan Nelson square off on the midterm elections and the Go Fund Me account started by Congressman Garret Graves for LSU football. Veteran sportscaster Verne Lundquist comments on his long career and being the voice of SEC television broadcasts for a generation. Film critic John Wirt on the ...…
 
Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon assesses rates for car, home and health insurance. Businessman Scott Berg reflects on the family business, Lee Michaels Jewelry, which Is headquartered in Baton Rouge and is now operating in nine states. Sayu Bhojwani, president of New American Leaders, the only organization focused on preparing immigrant lead ...…
 
Chris Tyson, President and CEO of the Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority, comments on rapid transit in the community, efforts to gentrify Plank Road and the prospect of the Village of St. George. Sarah Procopio, Director of Governmental Relations for LSU Student Government and Stewart Lockett, Study Body President, talk about a Youth Civic Eng ...…
 
Brandon Guidry teaches verse by verse in the book of John.
 
It's every deer hunter's dream to own a piece of hunting property, so we hooked up with the Huntin' Land Man Slade Priest from The Trained Assassins to go over everything you need to know to break away from public land and leases and have a place of your own.By camlock4@gmail.com (Kyler Moppert, Slade Priest).
 
To tell a truly engaging story, you have to dig deep beneath the surface. When it comes to radio storytelling, Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva, also known as the Kitchen Sisters, are masters. Through projects like Lost and Found Sound and Hidden World of Girls, the independent producers tell stories for NPR and online "from the flip side of histor ...…
 
282. Part 2 of our interview with Kelly Jackson, founder of the Cane River Film Festival. Natchitoches has a long and intimate history with American cinema. The Cane River film festival represents the latest chapter in that history. We are as diverse as the community that we represent. Our mission is to showcase, nurture, and support the emergi ...…
 
Journalist and activist Maxine Crump and musician Chris Thomas King discuss the rich blues legacy in Baton Rouge. Mark Ballard, Capitol Bureau Chief for The Advocate, on LSU admissions controversies and George Soros in Louisiana. Author Sue Ingalls Finan on the literary contributions of New Orleans and Louisiana.…
 
Chris Meyer, CEO of New Schools Baton Rouge, assesses the current state of educational opportunities in our community and around the state as well as the evolving education ecosystem. LSU President King Alexander and VP of Enrollment Jose Aviles discuss the controversary over admission standards at the Ole War Skule. Journalist Rafe Bartholomew ...…
 
Ora King is a sustainably raised salmon from New Zealand, whose story is almost as delicious as the fish itself. Back in early 1900, two avid fishermen somehow managed to bring live King salmon home to New Zealand from a fishing trip to California. The salmon thrived there and the rest is Ora King history. Ora King is only available to the rest ...…
 
The book of 1 Kings is the sequel to 1 and 2 Samuel and begins by tracing Solomon’s rise to kingship after the death of David. The story begins with a united kingdom, but ends in a nation divided into 2 kingdoms. Join us for this verse by verse study by Brandon Guidry.
 
Sybil Haydel Morial, widow to former New Orleans Mayor Ernest Morial, and mother to former New Orleans mayor Marc Morial disscusses her rich life, and autobiography "Witness to Change, From Jim Crow to Political Empowerment." Attorney Mike Wolf, veteran Libertarian Party activist, analyzes the fallout from the contentious confirmation provess o ...…
 
State Senator John Milkovich of Shreveport comments on the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, former FBI director and decorated Vietnam veteran. Milkovich has recently published “Robert Mueller, Errand Boy for the New World Order.” The lawmaker and attorney, who is a Democrat, is often at odds with positions of his political party ...…
 
Yale Law Professor Stephen L. Carter recalls his grandmother, Eunice Carter, who helped bring down Mafia kingpin Lucky Luciano. Carter was an African-American female who was part of a team of 20 lawyers, the others were white males. It was Carter who recommended prosecuting Luciano successfully on prostitution charges. Eunice Carter began her c ...…
 
The topic you've been waiting for is finally here: Public Land Tactics! We connected with Parker McDonald, Host of The Southern Ground Podcast, to discuss some unique ways to approach your next public land hunt. You don't want to miss this one!By camlock4@gmail.com (Kyler Moppert, Locke Wheeler, Parker McDonald, Southern Ground Hunting Podcast).
 
In today’s lesson we will be looking at one of the most important themes of the Bible: “The Fall.” When Adam and Eve fell they brought sin into the world and they were broken, along with the rest of creation, seemingly beyond repair. I’m reminded of the children’s poem Humpty Dumpty. “Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. ...…
 
On this week’s show, we’re sharing untold stories of lives spent in service. We begin with a tour of the Kemper-Williams Residence at the Historic New Orleans Collection with decorative arts curator Lydia Blackmore, who conducted exhaustive research on the individuals who worked for the Williams family.…
 
On this week’s show, we’re sharing untold stories of lives spent in service. We begin with a tour of the Kemper-Williams Residence at the Historic New Orleans Collection with decorative arts curator Lydia Blackmore, who conducted exhaustive research on the individuals who worked for the Williams family.…
 
On this week s show, we re sharing untold stories of lives spent in service. We begin with a tour of the Kemper Williams Residence at the Historic New Orleans Collection with decorative arts curator Lydia Blackmore, who conducted exhaustive research on the individuals who worked for the Williams family. Next, we revisit our interview with the l ...…
 
281. We talk to Kelly Jackson, founder of the Cane River Film Festival. Natchitoches has a long and intimate history with American cinema. The Cane River film festival represents the latest chapter in that history. We are as diverse as the community that we represent. Our mission is to showcase, nurture, and support the emerging creative studen ...…
 
Mark Ballard, Capitol Bureau Chief for The Advocate, surveys the local and national political landscape. Conservative columnist and commentator Quin Hillyer of New Orleans on the nomination to the Supreme Court of Brett Kavanaugh and the New York Times report of shaky financial dealings by the Trump family. Katherine Marsh, author of “Nowhere B ...…
 
The book of 1 Kings is the sequel to 1 and 2 Samuel and begins by tracing Solomon’s rise to kingship after the death of David. The story begins with a united kingdom, but ends in a nation divided into 2 kingdoms. Join us for this verse by verse study by Brandon Guidry.
 
Department of Environmental Quality Secretary Chuck Carr Brown discusses the state of the environment two years and nine months into the term of Governor John Bel Edwards. Dr. Brown says wastewater is Louisiana’s top environmental challenge. WRKF President and General Manager Paul Maassen provides an update on Public Radio in Baton Rouge as WRK ...…
 
American Sugar Cane League Director of Research Herman Waguespack's Early Harvest Crop Report (2018-09-27)
 
In this Louisiana Eats Quick Bite episode, we travel to Denver, Colorado for Slow Food Nations with our friends from Camellia Brand beans. With the theme, "Food For Change," Slow Food USA gathered together many of the world s greatest thinkers and influencers to further their goal of good, clean food for all. For three days in July 2018, Denver ...…
 
Welsh singer Deborah Rose. Financial analysts Brian Low and Andy Anderson exchange views on record territory for the Dow and strategy for investing. Reverend Raymond Jetson, former state lawmaker, reflects on the community reaction to the death of LSU basketball player Wayde Sims.By talk@talklouisiana.org (Jim Engster).
 
LSU Law Professor Paul Baier comments on the nomination and controveries of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Adam St. Pierre and Andrew Tadman of the East Baton Rouge Parish Library preview October’s 5 th Annual Mini Maiker Faire scheduled for Oct. 6 at the Main Library at Goodwood. National Review Executive Editor Reihan Salam discusses ...…
 
Today we will be discussing the topic of submission as it relates to the book of Genesis. Stephen Beck likens biblical submission to YIELD signs posted on a turnabout which are there “simply as reasonable or gracious commands to let others have the right of way in order to avoid a collision.” In similar fashion, God posts YIELD signs in certain ...…
 
Tired of hunting for the perfect tree for your climber? Switching to a Mobile Lock-on System gives you nearly unlimited options for where you can hang a stand. We sit down with Old Cypress Outdoors and discuss their highly adjustable stand and stick system we've nicknamed the Bow and Geaux and we discuss advantages to this style of hunting over ...…
 
On this week s show, we take an in depth look the evolution of restaurant dining in the America and speak with the co owner of one the nation s top restaurants.We begin by exploring two centuries of historical and cultural changes with acclaimed Yale historian Paul Freedman. His book Ten Restaurants That Changed America weaves together culinary ...…
 
Part 2 of our interview with Edward Branley, the NOLA history guy. Ed is a writer, teacher, historian, and computer nerd who lives in New Orleans. He graduated from the real Brother Martin High School. Edward dated several girls who attended the real St. Mary's Dominican High School, eventually marrying one of them. While he's yet to have Hassa ...…
 
Veteran Political Strategist Mary Matalin comments on the contentious U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Thursday featuring Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford. Advocate Capitol Bureau Chief Mark Ballard on the likely votes for conformation for Judge Kavanaugh from Louisiana Senators Bill Cassidy an ...…
 
President of the Louisiana Family Forum Gene Mills comments on support and opposition of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Doug Daigle, Coordinator of the Louisiana Hypoxia Working Group, discusses the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which is due to expire at the end of the month if Congress doesn’t reimburse it. Grammy-award winnin ...…
 
On this week s episode, we sit down with Loyola University history professor Justin Nystrom to explore the influence that Sicilian Americans have had on New Orleans foodways. Surprisingly, that influence didn tbegin with the heavy influx of Sicilians who populated the city in great numbers during the late 1880 s. Those rural Sicilians made thei ...…
 
The book of 1 Kings is the sequel to 1 and 2 Samuel and begins by tracing Solomon’s rise to kingship after the death of David. The story begins with a united kingdom, but ends in a nation divided into 2 kingdoms. Join us for this verse by verse study by Brandon Guidry.
 
Joey and Brunella talk about the recall of over 66 tons of Ground beef because of E. Coli. The meat being recalled come from Target, Safeway, Sam’s Club, and Albertson’s. Follow the link to find out what to look for.
 
Investigative Reporter Dan Moldea assesses the embattled nomination of U.S. Supreme Court aspirant Brett Kavanaugh. Moldea says he met secretly with Kavanaugh when the then 33-year-old lawyer was top assistant to Ken Starr in the investigation into President Clinton’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky. Author Lawrence Goldstone discusses his bo ...…
 
Congratulations to Donald Segura, who was chosen to serve as King Sucrose of the 2018 Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival. Mr. Donald has been farming sugarcane since 1961. Along the way he's been a grocery store owner, school bus driver, politician and softball player. His sons do the bulk of the work these days but he'll get on the loader or cutter ...…
 
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Joey Strickland comments on a new memorial for Gold Star Families. Beth Carter and Zoe Williams of LSU Student Government on an initiative to get students to vote. Former Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders assesses the status of the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. Vastine Stabler and Erica Fox ...…
 
We sit down with David Dellucci and talk about his 13 year career in the Major Leagues, bowhunting the off season, and keeping it old school with tactics, gear, and stands while targeting trophy bucks season after season.By camlock4@gmail.com (Kyler Moppert, David Dellucci).
 
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