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Updated August 2020
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There’s more to a recipe besides add a pinch of salt and a dash of pepper. Pull up a chair to Deep South Dining and get a new recipe that you can try or you can share one of your own. Having some friends over and don’t know what to cook? Does everybody go crazy over your specialty dish? What’s the story behind your family’s secret sauce? It’s the history behind true southern cooking. It’s Deep South Dining! Monday mornings at 9 on MPB Think Radio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou ...
 
Each week, horticulturalist Felder Rushing shares stories, answers questions and just talks gardening. Of course, you’ll hear a bit of “cheesy music” in every program and you might hear a bad joke or two as well. The Gestalt Gardener is a long-time favorite on MPB Think Radio, due in no small part to Felder’s laid-back, your-neighbors-might-talk-but-so-what approach to gardening. Email Felder anytime at garden@mpbonline.org and listen Friday mornings at 9 and Saturday mornings at 10 to The G ...
 
In a continued effort to provide relevant, interesting and engaging programming to our statewide audience, MPB Think Radio provides Mississippi Edition, a weekday news magazine program. Mississippi Edition, hosted by Karen Brown, features the latest news of the day and interviews with the people who are making the news themselves. The program not only provides Mississippi news but also addresses the ways that national and world news affects our state. Join Karen Brown as she shares the lates ...
 
Do you have a leaky faucet? Would you like to put a ceiling fan in your bedroom? Or maybe you want to mount a flat screen TV to the wall? Welcome to Fix It 101! Whether it’s a plumbing problem or an electrical question, call in and find out if you can do that home repair yourself or if you need to call a professional. You may be handier than you think you are! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Each week, members of MAC's staff host The Mississippi Arts Hour, a radio program broadcast on Mississippi Public Broadcasting's FM and digital radio networks. The show features interviews with Mississippi artists, musicians, craftspeople, and others involved in arts and culture from around the state. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
email: money@mpbonline.org Money Talks airs Tuesday mornings at 9 Central Time on MPB Think Radio and over the internet at mpbonline.org Money Talks focuses on personal finance as it applies to Mississippians. In any given week, we’ll talk about anything from preparing your taxes to saving for college or investing in the stock market. Our experts are Dr. Nancy Lottridge-Anderson, President of New Perspectives and Ryder Taff, portfolio manager at New Perspectives. Nancy and Ryder are both Cha ...
 
You’ve probably seen his work in a newspaper near you, but now, you can put a voice to the name. On Now You’re Talking with Marshall Ramsey, you’ll hear commentary on the latest news, punch-lines from his latest cartoons, interviews with fellow cancer survivors he’s met along the way and compelling stories of known and unknown people, places, and things of Mississippi. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
email: legalterms@mpbonline.org In Legal Terms, hosted by Professor Richard Gershon from the University of Mississippi School of Law with some of Mississippi's top legal leaders and experts as guests, airs Tuesday mornings at 10 am central on MPB Think Radio and on mpbonline.org Have you ever wanted to know the definition of a legal term? Do you find yourself wondering what your rights are when it comes to your property, marriage, or health? If you answered yes to one of those questions, In ...
 
Will a cell phone that fell in water still work? How can you tell if it’s safe to shop on a certain website? With the fast-paced and ever-evolving world of technology, it’s practically impossible to tackle it all alone, so Everyday Tech is here to help you navigate it all! From computer viruses to cell phone batteries to your social media accounts, Everyday Tech is here to answer your everyday questions. With delightful hosts and calls from our viewers, Everyday Tech proves to be both helpfu ...
 
Next Stop, Mississippi is your on-air source for information about upcoming events and attractions across the state. Get to know the real Mississippi! Each week MPB alongside MDA Division of Tourism, will highlight well-known and unknown places in Mississippi with the best food, parks, music and arts. We’ll not only tell you what’s going on in your neck of the woods but also share the history and people behind the markets, sporting events, concerts, fairs and festivals all over Mississippi. ...
 
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After a month of only targeting specific counties, the Governor issues a state wide mask mandate. Then, with more than 40 districts set to start classes this week, state officials set guidelines for schools. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, how an all-woman research lab is helping understand COVID-19. Segment 1: Mississippi is now under…
 
It’s no secret, we’re all living in stressful times, people are not only worried about themselves or their families becoming ill, they are dealing with economic and emotional issues, societal problems and potential loneliness and isolation. That stress could be leading to something more. Today we take a closer look at “Broken Heart Syndrome” and it…
 
Guest: University Press of Mississippi’s Courtney McCreary, Publicity and Promotions Manager discussing their law and true crime books https://www.upress.state.ms.us/ Books discussed: Crooked Snake https://www.upress.state.ms.us/Books/C/Crooked-Snake2 A Legal History of Mississippi https://www.upress.state.ms.us/Books/A/A-Legal-History-of-Mississip…
 
Studies in Global Health from Harvard reveal an alarming trend in Mississippi’s COVID-19 test positivity rate. Then, on the day the Governor is set to announce an executive order on schools, we talk to the superintendent of one district that has faced the challenges of school openings. Plus, mysterious packages of seeds are showing up unsolicited i…
 
Long-term care facilities face outbreak risks as state battles the worst period of community transmission. Then, additional unemployment benefits made possible through the CARES Act have expired. We examine what it means for Mississippi’s recipients. Plus, education professionals continue to navigate the ever-changing challenges of the coronavirus …
 
Dr. Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at UMMC broadcasts via Skype to observe social distancing guidelines. This week, she answers listener questions about transitioning to a diet with less meat, the health of vegetable alternatives to meat and acne caused by wearing a mask. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Community cookbooks focus on home cooking, often documenting regional, ethnic, family, and societal traditions, as well as local history. For this reason Larrison Campbell had a front row seat to the fashionable entertaining and eating that is chronicled in many of her mother’s community cookbooks. Her recent Vanity Fair essay takes a look at these…
 
Since Felder is not in Europe this summer his garden is bustling with life. Also he is noticing plants that he might miss while traveling abroad. Between the laughs and general southern garden advice Felder fields several calls about growing peppers. It just so happens Felder brought a pepper to the studio. Then he starts seeing peppers in the MPB …
 
Education and the economy take center stage as Mississippi’s worst month of the coronavirus pandemic comes to a close. Then, with a steady trend of high cases, the state’s hospital system remains strained. Plus, how the new chair of the Mississippi Democratic Party plans to broaden its coalition. Segment 1: School districts are submitting their pla…
 
Schools near the deadline to submit their plans for a safe return Then, how a state agency with a director arrested for embezzlement got tangled up in a project involving the former First Lady. Plus, in today’s book club, two friends take a wilderness canoe trip and find themselves tested by fire, white water and violence. Segment 1: Mississippi sc…
 
State officials continue to weigh options to fight transmission of the coronavirus, and a new broadband program is introduced. Then, Congressman John Lewis returns to Georgia today ahead of his funeral. We speak with two Mississippi Civil Rights veterans on Lewis’ contributions and legacy. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, the flag commi…
 
Guest: Lisa Shaw Roy, Professor of Law and Jessie D. Puckett, Jr. Lecturer https://law.olemiss.edu/faculty-directory/lisa-shaw-roy/ Discussion centered around are restrictions on religious gatherings and mandatory mask orders during a pandemic constitutional. On shutting down one group verses another? Liberty concerns vs equality concerns https://n…
 
The coronavirus outbreak has caused major disruptions to daily life and parents and children are feeling these changes. While the return to school will be exciting for some students, others will be feeling anxious or frightened. Listen as Dr. Susan Buttross along with Dr. John Gaudet, Pediatrics Specialist in Hattiesburg and President of the MS Cha…
 
As school districts across the state make plans to reopen, a new survey shows less than 20 percent of Mississippi Educators-- want to return to a traditional class room in the fall--- amid concerns over the coronavirus pandemic. And as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the state, more Mississippi counties are expected to be added to the Governo…
 
The Governor introduces new restrictive measures to slow the growing rate of COVID transmission, and ease the strain on an overwhelmed hospital system. Then, Mississippi's three public HBCUs will not be playing football this fall. We check in with their athletic department about the SWAC's decision to suspend fall sports. Plus, the Census response …
 
State officials continue to express concerns over a hospital system on the brink of crisis as the state faces it’s worst month of the pandemic. Then, the unceasing trend of high cases and hospitalizations has some school administrators and lawmakers going against the grain. Plus, a national prison reform group has its eyes on Mississippi following …
 
Felder has not spent time in a Mississippi summer for quite a while. But now with time and Mississippi soil on his hands Felder has been producing and sharing with anyone within reach. Also he has been visiting some friends and enjoying what they have to offer. His latest venture awarded him a few gallon of figs (which seem to be everywhere these d…
 
The continuing trend of high cases and hospitalizations keeps Mississippi’s health care system under stress. Then, how the state’s second largest school system is preparing for the new school year. Plus, in today’s Book Club, a real ghost town in Mississippi is the setting for “Smack Dab in the Middle of Maybe.” Segment 1: Governor Tate Reeves is c…
 
Mask mandates are in place for 23 Mississippi counties, but who’s enforcing them. We talk to local authorities. And, what school districts are doing to prepare for the resumption of classes in the midst of a pandemic. Then, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, how the governing body of high school athletics and activities is adapting their fall s…
 
The Governor extends his Executive Order requiring masks, and adds new counties to the list. Then, a Mississippi Congressman remembers the life and service of the late John Lewis. Plus, where have all the coins gone? We examine why retailers are limiting cash transactions. Segment 1: More Mississippians are now being required to wear masks when in …
 
Educators and parents rally for a delayed school start while rising cases prompt the Governor to consider extending safety measures Then, a Civil Rights icon John Lewis is remembered by one of Mississippi's own. Plus, the commission leading the way to redesign Mississippi's state flag is being formed. We talk to one member about serving in this his…
 
As districts begin releasing back-to-school plans and students begin to prepare to return to the classroom many teachers, parents and educators throughout MS have concerns. Here today to share his school’s reopening plans is Pearl High School Principal, Chris Chism plus educator's Kristopher McDill and Alice Brezeale talk about their plans on how t…
 
The only question to ask when talking about ice cream is: Cup or cone? You may have your favorite flavor but the way you take your scoop really sets people a part. On this episode of Deep South Dining, Malcolm and Carol celebrate National Ice Cream Month by highlighting some of the great places, past and present, to get a delicious scoop. Also seve…
 
Mississippi's health care system reaches the brink as COVID cases and hospitalizations reach new highs in the state. Then, a new report from the Trust for America's Health examines the impact of the pandemic on communities facing food insecurities. Segment 1: Hospital beds in Mississippi are filling up with coronavirus patients, and emergency rooms…
 
Felder often comes to every show with something he "liberated" on his walk to the studio. But today he had to take a mid-week drive to bring in something special. With some extra time on his hands Felder visited an orchard in northern Mississippi and has the fresh peaches to prove it. Also during today's garden party Felder explains why bunching up…
 
As cases continue to rise, the Governor pushes back on a statewide mask mandate, and introduces a PPE program for schools, churches and small businesses. Then, we examine the constitutionality of the Trump Administration withholding education funding, and legal protections for teachers as they potentially return to campus. Plus, Civil Rights Era fo…
 
The State Medical Association calls for a statewide mask mandate as Mississippi’s hospital system remains strained. Then, the Governor says his veto of the education budget bill is over the School Recognition Program. A member of the Senate Education Committee claims there’s more to it. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, a look at child c…
 
Guest - Claiborne Ferguson, from The Claiborne Ferguson Law Firm https://www.midsouthcriminaldefense.com/ Discussion: families who have children on the Autism Spectrum Disorder needs for juvenile defendants change in dealing with mental illness training court personnel to recognize mental illness special resources attorneys need The animation that …
 
Have you had more disturbing dreams in the last several months. Do you find your dreams are filled with problems that you can’t solve or places that you cannot seem to get to no matter how hard you try? Well, you aren’t the only one. Today we will explore why this may be happening and how to try to make those disturbing dreams go away a with our gu…
 
The Governor calls for diligence as tighter restrictions in 13 counties go into effect. Then, outbreaks in long term care facilities are on the rise again. We look at how the current wave of transmission is reaching this vulnerable population. Plus, as the beginning of the school year approaches, we look at how teachers are preparing to return. Seg…
 
Today on "Now You're Talking" Marshall speaks with Senator Hillman Frazier and Pamela Joiner, Director of the Two MS Museums about their thoughts and reflections on the change of the MS State Flag, the retirement ceremony and the future of Mississippi. For more information about the Two MS Museums visit https://www.mdah.ms.gov/2MM/ See acast.com/pr…
 
Dr. Josie Bidwell, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at UMMC broadcasts via Skype to observe social distancing guidelines. This week, she talks to registered dietitian Dr. Elena Dent. They discuss the role of nutrition in promoting a healthy immune system. They answer listener questions about sugar’s effect on a woman’s body, Vitamin D sup…
 
Duke's Mayonnaise is a brand that has origins in the South but is a mayo favorite in many parts of the country. The launch of The Duke's Mayonnaise Cookbook shines a light on just how far this condiment can be used in the kitchen. Author Ashley Strickland Freeman joins host Malcolm White and Carol Puckett to talk about this ode to Duke's Mayonnaise…
 
Malcolm White talks with Cary Hudson, a legendary Mississippi guitarist, singer and songwriter best known for playing in the alt-country band Blue Mountain as well as his solo career. On the remotely recorded show, the two spoke about Hudson’s lengthy career in music, his experiences in on the road and at home as well as current projects. See acast…
 
The Governor announces upcoming restrictions on a number of targeted counties, and defends his legislative vetoes. Then, leaders at UMMC urge residents to take personal responsibility for keeping themselves and others safe from COVID-19. Plus, how the National Endowment for the Humanities is helping Mississippi institutions during the pandemic. Seg…
 
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