Best Mississippi podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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These are the stories of our people in their own words. From sharecroppers to governors, the veterans, artists, writers, musicians, leaders, followers, all those who call Mississippi home. Since 1971 we've collected their memories. The technology has changed, but our mission remains the same: to preserve those wonderful stories. Listen to Mississippi Moments Monday through Friday. at 12:30pm on MPB think radio.
 
Weekly sermons by Rev. Elliott Everitt at the Reformed University Fellowship meeting at Mississippi State University. For more information on the ministry RUF at Mississippi State, including how you can support the ministry financially, please visit www.ruf.org/hailstate
 
Mississippi's #1 Sports Talk Show - Covering all 82 counties of the Magnolia State
 
Hit singer-songwriter-recording artist, and the King of 'Delta Soul', Steve Azar has made some friends along the way. And as Steve's song "Mississippi Minute" says, "Life goes by so fast that if you blink, you'll miss it... but in a Mississippi minute you can take your sweet time." Each Thursday and Friday on Supertalk Mississippi and at Supertalk.FM, you can spend a "Mississippi minute" with Steve and his friends from the music, TV, film and sports worlds.
 
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 ...
 
These are the stories of our people in their own words. From sharecroppers to governors, the veterans, artists, writers, musicians, leaders, followers, all those who call Mississippi home. Since 1971 we've collected their memories. The technology has changed, but our mission remains the same: to preserve those wonderful stories. Listen to Mississippi Moments Monday through Friday. at 12:30pm on MPB think radio.
 
FanSided's Maroon and White Audible discusses the latest Mississippi State Bulldogs news, analysis and more from the staff at MaroonAndWhiteNation.com.
 
The official podcast of Northeast Mississippi Community College. Listen to us each Tuesday via iTunes Podcast, Spotify and GooglePlay.
 
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 and Mississippi Today, 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 ...
 
The Mississippi Crop Situation podcast is provided by Mississippi State University Extension Service specialists responsible for agricultural row crops.Our goal is to provide Mississippi agricultural producers, consultants, and industry with up-to-date, timely, science-based information you can use to help maintain profitability.
 
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Pour yourself a sweet tea, pull up a lawn chair, and turn the page with us. Your’ listening to Write On, Mississippi. A podcast taking you inside the minds of America’s most treasured wordsmiths. Brought to you by the Mississippi Book Festival, the south’s literary lawn party.
 
Mississippi Ed Talk, a podcast produced by the Research and Curriculum Unit (RCU) at Mississippi State University, takes a deep dive into the innovative practices underway in Mississippi’s public schools and districts. Each month, we talk to K-12 administrators, teachers, and key stakeholders to gain insight into promising practices and understand how they came about. Whether you are an educator, a parent, or an education advocate, this podcast will keep you informed about some of the most u ...
 
The Mississippi Audio Experience takes you behind the scenes at the best local places to eat, stay & play (mostly eat) across Mississippi's diverse cultural landscape known as the most hospitable place on earth. Hosted by Andy Chapman.
 
Welcome to Mississippi Prospects. A new podcast focused on community and economic development throughout Mississippi. Brought to you by the MEDC, each podcast will explore a broad range of topics. From workforce development and corporate recruitment to stress management and the traits of effective leadership. You’ll hear from economic development experts who will share their insights on how we can build a stronger Mississippi together.
 
Sassy REALTOR||Author at Inman||Carbetarian||Walking Contradiction||Wife & MaMa’||God Lover||Pet Parent||Combatives||BJJ/Jiu-Jitsu Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/stepharnettms/support
 
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Mississippi FCA
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MS FCA Staff's best source for leadership development, training and best practices.
 
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Creature Comforts
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Check out Creature Comforts on MPB Think Radio! Each week, Libby Hartfield, Retired Director of the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, brings a specialist into the studio to answer your questions about various animals we see in Mississippi. And of course, Dr. Troy Majure, a veterinarian at the Animal Medical Center of Jackson answers your pet questions. Each week, you’ll learn more about the animals that live in our homes and the animals who live in the world around us. You’ll also find ...
 
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Red Flag
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Mississippi is the last state to actively fly the confederate battle flag within the canton of it’s own state flag. For many years, state-funded universities and some cities around the state have refused to put up the flag. In 2001 a motion was put to popular vote, but in the end nothing was changed. The issue is now becoming more urgent, as white supremacists are flying not only the Confederate and the Nazi flags, but also the Mississippi state flag.With that in mind, a group of Mississippi ...
 
Blue Z Delta Radio Podcast hosted by ''Mississippi Spoonman'' Bob Rowell. Recorded smack dab in the middle of the Mississippi and Arkansas Delta in Helena Arkansas, a delta city steeped deep in Blues History and artists. Join Spoons each week as he plays his favorite blues tracks and hosts a weekly artist name and song title contest. Enjoy.
 
Ever wonder what it would look like if a democrat and a republican actually talked aboutcontroversial legislation on the record with no agenda and no script? With Civil Conversations, United States Senatorial candidate David Baria manages to accomplish just that: a rare look behind the curtain and into the policy making factory.Republican leadership in Mississippi would prefer no one discuss policy unless they’re on board with the Republican agenda. Democratic member of the Mississippi House ...
 
Poscasts for Attending Physicians, Residents, Students, Nurses, Medics, & others interested in emergency medicine
 
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Ideas On Tap
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Welcome to Ideas on Tap, a series of regular humanities-based community discussions about important contemporary issues from the Mississippi Humanities Council. Each program includes a panel discussion featuring knowledgeable participants who present a wide spectrum of opinions on the topic, as well as a chance for audience members to share their thoughts and responses. Past programs have included “Why are Young People Leaving Mississippi?” “What Does our State Flag Symbolize?” and “Why is ' ...
 
Life on the Mississippi is a memoir by Mark Twain detailing his days as a steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River before the American Civil War. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
 
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Southern Remedy
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Southern Remedy is Mississippi Public Broadcasting’s flagship wellness program dedicated to keeping Mississippians healthy. It consists of a weekday call-in radio show.WEEKDAY LINE-UP 11 A.M. – NOON, MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ON MPB THINK RADIOMondays – Healthy and Fit Tuesday- Behavioral Health with Susan Buttross, M.D.Wednesdays – General Health Questions with Rick deShazo, M.D.Thursday – Kids and Teens with Jimmy Stewart, M.D.Fridays – Women’s Health with Michelle Owens, M.D.
 
October 21st. 2004. Iuka, Mississippi resident Donna Cupido dropped her kids at school, and was never heard from again. Her husband Brian, who admitted to having a very rocky marriage, passed a polygraph. So did the man Brian alleged was cheating with his wife at the time of her disappearance. With the case gone cold, join WTVA Creative Content in the quest for resolution. Executive Producer / Writer - Jason Lee UsryProducer / Editor - Maggie BushwayVoice - Terry Smith
 
The latest from Mississippi State University Extension's Farm and Family Radio Show.
 
We are a Mississippi-based comedy improv troupe. We do stuff and record things.
 
Sermons from the morning and evening worship services of church of Christ in Olive Branch, Mississippi USA. Visit our website at http://www.olivebranchchurchofchrist.org
 
Two guys from Mississippi showing you that there more than dirt roads juco football and teen pregnancy
 
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All About That Egg
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All things Ole Miss and Mississippi State football.
 
Daily Pod Cast about Racing of course
 
Old Times on the Mississippi is a non-fiction work by Mark Twain. It was published in 1876. Originally published in serial form in the Atlantic Monthly, in 1875, this same work was published as chapters 4 through 17 in Twain's later work, Life on the Mississippi (1883). Old Times on the the Mississippi has one last chapter that has nothing to do with the rest of the book. A Literary Nightmare describes the funny/sad/maddening effect that a catchy jingle can have on those unlucky enough to be ...
 
Audio sermons from the pulpit of Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church in Ackerman, Mississippi. Elder David Wise, Pastor.
 
sermons, grace, bible, church, oxford, mississippi, ms, "ole miss"
 
The University of Southern Mississippi's Chief Communication Officer. Aspires to lead a kindness revolution. Values relationships over transactions.
 
A Church Plant in Madison County, Mississippi
 
Welcome to Origins of Innovation, a brand new podcast from Innovate Mississippi that takes you behind the scenes of Mississippi’s most innovative Startups.The highs, the lowes, the concepts, and the execution. Join us each episode for a look into the Origins of Innovation!
 
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Inside Mizzou
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As the first public university west of the Mississippi River, the University of Missouri contributes to today’s most important innovations and issues happening around the world. From the classroom to the corn field, journalism to SEC athletics, Mizzou works 52 weeks a year, every year. Join Chancellor Alexander N. Cartwright on his weekly podcast, “Inside Mizzou,” as he connects with students, faculty, staff and alumni to explore the real stories, real discoveries and real impact of the Mizz ...
 
CDF Podcast - The Community Development Foundation, Tupelo/Lee County Mississippi
 
Welcome to the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium’s National Rivers Hall of Fame podcast, where you can explore the riveting stories of fascinating people that lived remarkable lives and shaped American history along the banks of the continent’s vast network of rivers. This podcast is produced in partnership by the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium and Riverhistory.com.
 
Recordings of shows at Mississippi Studios
 
Every week, join award-winning narrator B.J. Harrison as he narrates the greatest stories the world has ever known. From the jungles of South America to the Mississippi Delta, from Victorian England to the Gothic castles of Eastern Europe, join us on a fantastic journey through the words of the world's greatest authors. Critically-acclaimed and highly recommended for anyone who loves a good story with plenty of substance.
 
Directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck and actor Ryan Reynolds talk about Mississippi Grind. The freewheeling road movie centers on Gerry (Ben Mendelsohn), a talented but down-on-his-luck gambler whose fortunes begin to turn when he meets Curtis (Reynolds), a younger, highly charismatic poker player. The two strike up an instant friendship and begin a road trip to a legendary high stakes poker game in New Orleans.
 
When 19-year old Jessica Chambers is horrifically murdered, set on fire in her car, her rural Mississippi community is rocked. As investigators work to figure out who could have done this and why, there’s an onslaught of online sleuths digitally descending on this grieving community wreaking havoc and placing blame. Finally, after a 14-month investigation, there’s a surprise arrest and trial of the accused with an ending that sends shockwaves once again. Hosted by Beth Karas.
 
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Confetti Park
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Confetti Park is a playground of magical music and stories spun in the Delta south region along the Mississippi river. Showcasing songs that kids love, songs created for kids, and created by kids. Sparkling interviews, in-studio performances, delightful musical medleys, jokes, local author storytime, and a little surprise lagniappe make for an entertaining show! Created by Katy Hobgood Ray of New Orleans, Louisiana and Memphis, Tennessee.
 
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Four games against ranked opponents in the next five will provide an incredible challenge for Mississippi State. Getting a few wins would all but lock the Bulldogs into a NCAA tournament berth and perhaps catapult them into the SEC championship hunt. A few losses, and the Bulldogs can expect to spend March on the bubble. Brian Hadad and Joel Co ...…
 
The Saints lost the NFC Championship thanks to one of the more egregious calls in sports history - Ole Miss beats Arkansas and MSU beats Vanderbilt in hoops - Winners and Losers
 
Henry Walton of Mendenhall, Mississippi, grew up in Waycross, Georgia, the son of a high school principal. He was seven years old when his father took him to see a performance by Birch the Magician and it inspired him to take up magic as a hobby. In this episode, Walton discusses that experience and the Gilbert Mysto Magic Sets he later receive ...…
 
Henry Walton of Mendenhall, Mississippi, grew up in Waycross, Georgia, the son of a high school principal. He was seven years old when his father took him to see a performance by Birch the Magician and it inspired him to take up magic as a hobby. In this episode, Walton discusses that experience and the Gilbert Mysto Magic Sets he later receive ...…
 
Announcer: Farm and Family is a production of the Mississippi State University Extension Service.Amy Myers: Today we're talking about the importance of winterizing your water pipes. Hello, I'm Amy Myers and welcome to Farm and Family. Today we're speaking with Dr. Jason Barrett, Mississippi State University Assistant Extension Professor. Jason, ...…
 
It was simple, Mississippi State had to beat a downtrodden Vanderbilt team in Nashville to avoid a disastrous 1-3 start in SEC play. The Bulldogs did exactly that, and now face a monster five game stretch which may define the season. Brian Hadad examines that, plus takes a look at a tough day for MSU football, with the loss of an assistant coac ...…
 
After Josiah found the book of the law and had personal repentance, he also shared that message with others. He made a commitment to hold himself accountable for following God's word, but he also made all of Judah make the same commitment too. He purged out all the false worship and idols, and the effect of that was the most fervent worship tha ...…
 
As we do every Friday we’ll be traveling across the state letting you know about people places and events that make Mississippi a great place to live. Today we’ll start this road trip in Madison for the 17th Annual Jewish Film Festival, then we’ll head to Jackson for New Stage Theatre’s production of “Hell in High. Next we’ll talk with Talamiek ...…
 
On today's show:With the up to 700 jobs cut at Nissan, we talk with a spokesperson for the auto manufacturer and a pro-union employee. Then, a Mississippi family shares how they are affected by the government shutdown. The President of the Mississippi chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics stresses the importance of vaccines for children ...…
 
Lots of hoops - NFL playoffs - and movie talk on Friday's show
 
Former college and NFL coach Jim Mora Jr. talks about his life on and off the field. Plus Coach Mora will talk about some of the outstanding players in this season's NFL playoffs.
 
The Rebel Rags defamation lawsuit will move forward, and Parrish has the latest on that case in this week’s episode (1:35). And Logan has a strong take on the merits of the case. From that court, the guys move to the basketball court to recap some big wins by both schools from the past week. The Ole Miss men got a statement win for first-year c ...…
 
Announcer: Farm and Family is a production of the Mississippi State University Extension Service.Amy Myers: Today we're talking about urban and community forestry. Hello, I'm Amy Taylor, and welcome to Farm and Family. Today we're speaking with Jason Gordon, Mississippi State University Extension Service Forestry Specialist. Jason, what are som ...…
 
Will Bertie’s scheme to help Bingo Little come off without a hitch, or are there many more spring-ready hitches hiding in the bushes? P.G. Wodehouse, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. The Classic Tales Podcast is listener supported. Thank you so very much to all of you who have go ...…
 
It could have gone the other way for Mississippi State, as the Bulldogs lost Chloe Bibby just a minute into Thursday's night game with South Carolina, but the Bulldogs pushed through and ran away with an 89-74 win. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman break down that victory, preview the men's trip to Vanderbilt, then dole out the prestigious Case of D ...…
 
On today's show:Hear what an advisory committee recommends legislators do to cut costs and improve the health of Mississippians. Then, a new survey shows Mississippians think education should be a bigger priority. Plus, a new assistance program for low-income students to help them obtain college scholarships. And in our Book Club, Janice S. Ell ...…
 
This sermon was preached at the weekly gathering of students of RUF at Mississippi State University. To learn more about RUF at MSU, visit www.ruf.org/hailstate
 
MSU women's hoops have a big game - John Harris joins for some playoff talk - Unconventional fighting advice - Mel Kiper's first mock draft - a slippery NCAA slope
 
Acclaimed music engineer Mills Logan talks about his life inside and outside of the recording studio. Over the years, Mills has helped artists like Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Taylor Swift and many more.
 
Today Steve Azar spends a Mississippi minute with acclaimed musician Bruce Levingston who is one of the country's leading figures in contemporary classical music.
 
Today we’ll be talking about siblings. Have you ever wondered why when you were raised in the same household with the same surroundings and the same parents that you and your siblings are so different. Do you really think that it is just birth order? If you do, think again. There is something else.Let’s talk about what is going on in your life.…
 
The white-tailed deer is the official land mammal of the state and it's number one game animal. Kamen Campbell, private land biologist at the Mississippi Department of Wildlife Fisheries & Park, joins the show to talk about the white-tail deer. He also gives an update about chronic wasting disease.By jason.klein@mpbonline.org (MPB Think Radio).
 
Southern Remedy Healthy & Fit for January 14, 2019By jason.klein@mpbonline.org (MPB Think Radio).
 
Announcer: Farm and Family is a production of the Mississippi State University Extension Service.Amy Myers: Today we're talking about Dixie National Sale of Junior Champions. Hello, I'm Amy Myers and welcome to Farm and Family. Today we're speaking with Dean Jousan, Mississippi State University Extension 4-H Livestock Specialist.Dean, the Sale ...…
 
It's a long way to late August and the start of the 2019 football season, but that's not stopping Brian Hadad from taking an early look at the Mississippi State two deep. Get those projections, plus a preview of tonight's big showdown between the Bulldogs and South Carolina.
 
When Vic Schaefer's Mississippi State Bulldogs battle Dawn Staley's South Carolina Gamecocks, a lot is on the line. This women's basketball rivalry match up might decide the SEC title.
 
On today's show:Governor Phil Bryant highlights his administration's achievements in his final State of the State Address. Then, we'll hear legislators' reactions to the Governor's remarks. And after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, the state's volunteer commission is celebrating 25 years of service. Find out what's next for the organization.…
 
MSU gets back on track with a win over Florida - Ole Miss drops first SEC game at home to LSU - Richard Williams joins - the NCAA back in legal trouble - and Deuce Windham of The Athletic New Orleans joins
 
Jason and Bobby sit down with Tim Clements, a soybean producer from Greenville, MS. Topics include the Mississippi Soybean Promotion Board, field ruts, burndown, and soybean planting date.
 
Announcer: Farm & Family is a production of the Mississippi State University Extension Service.Amy Taylor: Today we're talking about the muscular disease called sarcopenia. Hello, I'm Amy Taylor and welcome to Farm & Family. Today we're speaking with Brent Fountain, Mississippi State University Extension Service human nutrition specialist. So B ...…
 
It might not have been a must-win game, but it was close enough for Mississippi State, who had to battle until the last possession to claim a 71-68 win over Florida. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at the Bulldogs and how this win might define their tough upcoming stretch.
 
On today's show:Hear from a House Republican wanting to expand Medicaid for the working poor. Then, another elected official is announcing a bid to run for Attorney General. And, an education policy group in Mississippi is celebrating its tenth anniversary. We take a look at its influence on learning in the state. Plus, the latest charter schoo ...…
 
Ole Miss and MSU have big hoops games on Tuesday night - Hugh Kellenberger of the Athletic College Basketball joins - David Brandt of the AP also joins - Jackson Mississippi gets a big announcement - and more
 
World-renowned stage, film and television actor, and host John O'Hurley talks about his life and career ...and that famous role on the hit sitcom Seinfeld.
 
In this fifty-seventh (57th) edition of the TigerTalk podcast presented by Northeast Mississippi Community College, it's the Harris and Farris show as host Will Kollmeyer welcomes Dr. Ray Harris and Kent Farris to the podcast. Harris joins Kollmeyer in the first half of the podcast to talk about his 2019 Humanities Teacher of the Year award fro ...…
 
Announcer: Farm and Family is a production of the Mississippi State University Extension Service.Amy Myers: Today we're talking about the Hands on Horses workshop. Hello, I'm Amy Myers and welcome to Farm and Family. Today we're speaking with Dr. Clay Cavinder, Mississippi State University Extension Equine Specialist.Clay, first, what is the Ha ...…
 
On today's show:The 2019 legislative session's first anti-abortion bill is being filed. We'll hear from both sides on the heartbeat bill. Then, will ACT prep and performance change during this legislative session? And an advocacy organization is urging motorists to ensure all passengers buckle up.By jason.klein@mpbonline.org (MPB Think Radio).
 
Even in this two game slide to open SEC play, Mississippi State hasn't lacked for scoring. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at tonight's matchup with Florida and how the Bulldogs' superiority on the offensive end should lead to a victory.
 
Ole Miss upset Mississippi State in Starkville - Winners and Losers - Saints comeback and beat the Eagles -Kyler Murray will play football instead of baseball - and more
 
Mississippi author Shelby Foote, best known for his three volume history of the American Civil War, was born in Greenville, Mississippi in November of 1916. In this episode, we revisit his oral history interview, conducted by Dr. Orley B. Caudill on March 4, 1975, at his home in Memphis. Foote discusses growing up in Greenville, how everyone at ...…
 
Mississippi author Shelby Foote, best known for his three volume history of the American Civil War, was born in Greenville, Mississippi in November of 1916. In this episode, we revisit his oral history interview, conducted by Dr. Orley B. Caudill on March 4, 1975, at his home in Memphis. Foote discusses growing up in Greenville, how everyone at ...…
 
Announcer: Farm and Family is a production of the Mississippi State University Extension Service.Amy Myers: Today we're talking about why your soil needs lime. Hello, I'm Amy Taylor, and welcome to Farm and Family. Today we're speaking with Larry Oldham, Mississipi State University Extension Service Soil Specialist.So, Larry, our soil needs lim ...…
 
Mississippi State didn't expect to be in an 0-2 hole to begin SEC play, but after dropping an 81-77 decision to Ole Miss on Saturday, the Bulldogs know they have to get right and quickly. Brian Hadad and Joel Coleman take a look at what's coming up for MSU and whether or not the Bulldogs can weather this early storm.…
 
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