Best Missouri podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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The biblical and expositional preaching of Dr. David Vaughan and Dr. Michael Bond at Liberty Church in O'Fallon, Missouri. For more info on the church, check out Liberty's website at www.libertystl.com
 
Statehouse Blend Missouri is an insider look at Missouri politics and government. Each week, host Brian Ellison welcomes Missouri legislators, advocates, experts and analysts to the podcast to talk policy and politics and to offer a glimpse into the workings of the General Assembly. We also round up the latest news from Jefferson City.
 
Following historic flooding in the Missouri River Basin during 2011, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Northwestern Division committed to providing more frequent communications with stakeholders in the basin. The Corps aims to keep the basin informed about reservoir operations, current and forecast weather conditions and reservoir release plans. Congressional delegation members and/or representatives, Tribes, state governments, county and local officials and the media participate on each call.
 
Based in Jefferson City, Heads Up, Missouri! brings state policy to the fore. The core five hosts are Sen. Jill Schupp, Sen. Kiki Curls, Rep. Deb Lavender, Rep. Lauren Arthur, and Rep. Tracy McCreery.
 
On air on Missouri at 4 PM ET
 
Dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and neglect.
 
Vivian Kane (@viv_kane) and Brock Wilbur (@brockwilbur) navigate a new state and a new state of mind after moving from LA to Kansas City in pursuit of... a lot of things. Cool people doing cool things come to talk and we all find the happiness we deserve (or at least get some drinks in us.) [Show art by Cutestreak Designs. Theme song by Paul Fraser.]
 
Review what you've already heard, or find out what you missed. Catch all the main sessions from Missouri Fall Getaway here!
 
oute 66 celebrates its 85th birthday in 2011. In this special produced by KY3, you will hear how Route 66 came to be, how it got its name, the coloful people and places that sprouted up on the Mother Road and how Route 66 has found new life in the 21st century.
 
Howdy, folks. I’m an old bastard on death’s door, here to tell you the gosh-damned truth about this horrid town, Christ The King. So who the hell cares? Go on and ignore me, friend - but when this bad stuff happens to you, you’re gonna wish you’d listened to ol’ Willard before the government cancer got him.Every two weeks we post a new nightmare for ya, and I swear on the Sinners' Bible, every last one is 100% true. I wish they weren’t
 
The Missouri Valley Conference; The nations second-oldest NCAA Division 1 conference.
 
Hosted by Missouri District 121 Representative Keith Frederick. This report is produced weekly to keep you informed of the happenings in Jefferson City, MO when the legislature is in session.
 
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Missouri Matters
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Hi, I'm Henry Martin. Interviewing people about the issues facing Missouri, and discovering ways to improve our state and country. Tune in every other week to hear more!
 
MBG: Orchid Show 2008 Return this year to childhood wonder of magical plants with “Storybook Classics.” The theme of the 2008 orchid show was inspired by plant-related children’s classics like Jack and the Beanstalk, Johnny Appleseed, Peter Rabbit, and The Secret Garden. Experiencing the color, beauty, and fragrance of over 800 blooming orchids in the middle of winter is indeed a magical experience. Listen to intriguing stories about orchid lore and history, and learn how to care for your ow ...
 
Goal Lines is your source for game previews and analysis of Mid-Missouri high school football games. Sports reporters from the Jefferson City News Tribune, Fulton Sun and California Democrat break down match-ups with the coaches of the Jefferson City Jays, Helias Catholic Crusaders, Blair Oaks Falcons, California Pintos, North Callaway Thunderbirds, Fulton Hornets and South Callaway Bulldogs.
 
Podcast by Missouri State Chi Alpha
 
Sunday morning service, updated every week. If you would like an older sermon thats not on here send us an email @ brookfieldaog@gmail.com
 
Missouri Health Talks travels throughout the state gathering conversations between Missourians about issues of access to healthcare.
 
The Missouri Audio project is the new home and platform for audio storytelling at the University of Missouri.
 
Discussions of renewable and alternative energy products and how to utilize them in your personal home environment.
 
Sermon Podcasts for Missouri City, TX
 
From April 27 through October 31 2008, the Garden welcomes the passionate pop art of Niki in the Garden, an exhibition of 40 playful, larger-than-life mosaic sculptures in a rainbow of colors and materials. Gathered from around the world, and placed throughout the garden and Climatron, Niki works include nanas, animals, heroes, and totems, ranging from four to 18 feet tall. Some weigh a ton or more, such as the amazing six-ton skull.
 
Experience the color, beauty, and fragrance of orchids in bloom in the middle of winter. The Missouri Botanical Garden’s annual orchid show features a rotation of over 800 orchids from the Garden’s world-class collection in a lush garden of sweeping French-inspired design. Saunter past street lamps along a curved rue du jardin to a quaint faux flower shop and tiny French bistro beneath the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. C’est romantique!
 
MBG: Orchid Show 2009 - Experience the color, beauty, and fragrance of orchids in bloom in the middle of winter at the 2009 orchid show. “Henry’s Garden” celebrates the Garden’s 150th anniversary and will feature over 800 orchids from the Garden’s world-renowned collection displayed in a formal Victorian setting.
 
The Missouri State FFA Officers host an episode each week with motivational segments and agricultural topics!
 
Founder Henry Shaw welcomes you to tour the Victorian elements of his country home and surroundings at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Opened to the public on June 15, 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is the oldest botanical garden in continuous operation in the United States. The Garden is an oasis of beauty in the city of St. Louis with 79 acres of horticultural display, as well as a center for botanical research and science education. Visit www.mobot.org!
 
These are the sermons of Central Baptist Church in Eureka, Missouri. If you can't worship with us in person, you can listen here!
 
Weekly teaching from First United Methodist Church
 
The Missouri Botanical Garden maintains one of the largest orchid collections in the nation, with over 7,500 individual orchid plants representing approximately 280 genera and including over 2,500 unique orchid taxa. The 2011 show is inspired by Maya culture. The Garden’s orchid history dates back to 1876, when the first specimens were gifted to Garden founder Henry Shaw. The collection was significantly expanded in the 1920s when Garden horticulturist George H. Pring added some 5,000 Cattle ...
 
Insights into the latest local, state and national issues affecting farming and agriculture.
 
Assistant Professor of Strategic Communication Jim Flink interviews recipients of the Missouri Honor Medal, the Missouri School of Journalism's prestigious recognition of excellence in the field of journalism.
 
Sermon Podcast of Temple Baptist Church in Sullivan, MO
 
Weekly messages from Joey Pyle, Senior Pastor of Memorial Baptist Church, Columbia, Missouri
 
Our Mission: To Hear Christ's Word, preach His Word, Live His Word, and share His Word!
 
Welcome to New Hope Lutheran Church's weekly worship. In our worship we confess & receive & are strengthened to go - all in the name of Jesus Christ. May our lives in the Word of God lead us continually to Christ Jesus, move of to glorify the LORD God, and strengthen us for love & service toward our neighbors!
 
Dare to be Lutheran
 
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Math Ed Podcast
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Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.www.mathedpodcast.comProduced by Fibre Studios
 
Tyler Mahoney, avid hunter, fisherman, and outspoken millennial, provides his unique insight on all things outdoors. Tune in as he provides diverse commentary ranging from educational and funny to sentimental and inspiring.
 
Word of Life Church in St. Joseph, Missouri is a thriving non-denominational church led by Pastor Brian & Peri Zahnd. We are followers of Jesus seeking to be an authentic expression of the kingdom of Jesus in the twenty-first century. Additional sermon audio and other resources are available on our church website.
 
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Friday Night Noor
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~A Scripture which We have revealed unto you that you may bring forth mankind from darkness unto light, by the permission of their Lord, unto the path of the All-Mighty, the Owner of Praise (14:1)~
 
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Math Class
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This podcast contains a mixture of student and teacher explanations of concepts that are important to eighth grade middle school students.
 
Podcast of weekend services from North Point Church in Springfield, Missouri.
 
Family Law Talk® with Stange Law Firm, PC on BlogTalkRadio. Stange Law Firm, PC is a family law firm with offices in the Midwest in cities such as St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield and beyond. In Missouri, the firm has offices in St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Jefferson County (Arnold), Franklin County (Union), Lincoln County (Troy), Boone County (Columbia), Jackson County (Lee's Summit and Kansas City - by appointment only) and St. Louis City (by appointment only). In Ill ...
 
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Majority 54
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Jason Kander is an army veteran from Kansas City, Missouri and the first millennial elected to statewide office in the United States. He's traveling the country to help the 54% of us who didn't vote for Donald Trump talk to those of us who did about the most divisive issues in our country.
 
A couple of dudes talk about shit and try to be funny. Sometimes all at once.
 
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Missouri Designates $3 Million For Sexual Assault Evidence Testing Missouri Legislature Several Election Changes Unknown Substance Sent To Missouri Lawmaker May Be PesticideBy jrnvzb@mail.missouri.edu (jrnvzb).
 
Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: Missouri Senate Approves Greitens' Ethics Commission Nominee Greitens Defense Fund Spent Nothing in March Missouri Bill Lowers Income Taxes for Guard and Reserves University of Missouri-Kansas City Announces Job Cuts Missouri House Passes Tax Overhaul…
 
Week number 11 is here and we start off the show, as tradition, by talking about famous number 11s. Playoffs are off and running so we discuss all things going on in the NHL and NBA. T.J. Moe joins the show (19:49-46:40) to talk St. Louis sports and his playing career at Mizzou. We round out the show with some MLB conversation and our favorite ...…
 
In this edition of the National Football Foundation St. Louis-Tom Lombardo Chapter podcast, our featured guest is Missouri Tigers head coach Barry Odom. The 41-year-old Odom, who is heading into his third season as Mizzou’s head coach, touched on a variety of topics during a Q&A session on April 18: 04:38 Coach talks about the game of football ...…
 
Join me, Tony Guerra, as I lead the #KareoChat this Thursday, April 19th from Noon to 1:00 pm EST. We are discussing "How can you make the pharmacist part of your [Medical] practice’s team?" The #KareoChat is the most widely recognized Twitter Chat about private physician's practices. Today's guest is Rajeev Kurapati MD practices Hospital Medic ...…
 
LIVE at The Improv Shop in St. Louis, Missouri! Sean Madden tells the place that St. Louis holds in the history of long form improv comedy. A very funny round of improv from Thom Murray, Analicia Kocher, Panagiotis Papavlasopoulos, Doug Imler, and Scott Gresham.
 
Alex Vitale has been an impassioned advocate of police reform for 25 years, and now the Brooklyn College sociologist is making waves with his new book, The End of Policing. Vitale, who runs the Policing and Social Justice Project at the college, argues that police in recent decades have taken on an expanded, intensified and largely unchecked ro ...…
 
Head outside in mid-April and you’ll notice many trees springing into bloom. This week on D iscover Nature, we pay special attention to an unwelcome invader: the Callery pear tree. Callery pears, which include the commonly known Bradford pear, are easily identifiable right now: deciduous trees reaching mature heights of 30-50 feet, with a pyram ...…
 
Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Missouri Lawmakers Return to Work Under Greitens Cloud Columbia Area Earth Day Festival to Be Held This Weekend Potential Greitens Impeachment Would Face Legal Ambiguities Council Comments of Cost of Comprehensive City AuditBy efshx4@mail.missouri.edu (schroeder_erin).
 
Six-times best selling author, speaker, actress who grew up in Missouri and lives in Los Angeles. Her heart and passion is bringing people together through having fun while helping someone, any race and face in any space and place! She is the creator and founder of Hey Everyone Let's Play (HELP) a grassroots global social movement hopscotching ...…
 
As mentioned, for STI Awareness month, I'm actively seeking out guests in the medical field to speak about STIs on the podcast. This episode features Tyrunne Johnson, STI Program Manager of the St. Louis County Department of Public Health. It's important for us to not make excuses for why we don't KNOW our sexual health status. I learned that t ...…
 
Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including Judge to Decide on Possible Greitens Case Dismissal Thursday Agriculture Director Says State Looks to Cut Regulation for Farmers Missouri Ethics Committee: No Promises Made to Greitens Over 200 Million Eggs Recalled for Possible Salmonella Contamination…
 
As winter weather lingers in mid-Missouri, the group Sustain Mizzou visited Rock Bridge State Park. Jake Krell, the group’s outreach vice president, led a tour of the park to visitors. Krell served as a tour guide over the summer for the non-profit Friends of Rock Bridge. On the tour, Krell took the group through overlooks and into the cave. Th ...…
 
One of the quickest ways to strip paint off metal is to sandblast it. The process also cleans grease and grime in little nooks and crannies that are hard to reach with conventional cleaning methods. At the same time, it’s a pain because sand creates a lot of dust. Jim Deardorff is the owner of Superior Coatings in Chillicothe, Missouri. He says ...…
 
Regional stories from the KBIA newsroom, including: New Kansas City Airport Will Have 4 More Gates Missouri Considers Unprecedented Addiction Help for Moms Senate Cuts Prescription Drug Monitoring Program in Budget ProposalBy lydiabirt@mail.missouri.edu (birt_lydia).
 
“If our sin goes unchecked, it will eventually ravage and ruin us. Do not be so foolish as to think you can contain your sin because the truth is your sin will eventually consume you. Saul’s life is a picture of what can happen to us if personal sin goes unchecked.”This sermon was delivered by Nathan Rose on 4/15/2018 at Liberty Baptist Church ...…
 
Governor Bevin's Veto. Nakedness in Baltimore. Banning Dogs in a Lexington neighborhood?! Ky's Budget Impasse - Rep. Phil Moffett. Controversy involving Missouri's Governor - ABC's Ryan Burrow.
 
Rev. David Lewis, professor at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, studies Hebrews 12:1-24. This study covers how Jesus is responsible for our justification and sanctification, punishment verses discipline, and the race of faith.
 
Mike Brown, Sr. talks about losing his son, Michael Brown, to a Ferguson, Missouri police officer in 2014 and how he has dealt with the trauma, grief, and his unlikely calling after the tragedy. Presenting Sponsor: The Jungle Jungle Podcast Collection Email us: whatitslikepod@gmail.com Music by Tim Lane Produced by Tim Lane…
 
In this episode, Erinn and Ethan speak to Katharine Dolin, a prosecutor and Assistant Attorney General in the state of Missouri. This is the first of a multi-parter, and in this episode, some of the topics we discuss include the suspects implied in the Oxygen series ("The Disappearance of Maura Murray"), evidence from the A-Frame house, the typ ...…
 
In this episode Garth and Eric interview Danae Hudson and Brooke Whisenhunt from Missouri State University. Meeting in graduate school, Brooke and Danae become quick friends who land in the same academic department, and launch into a redesign of the introductory psychology course. Being good psychological scientists using evidence-based practic ...…
 
There are few topics as difficult to address as sex trafficking. From the scale of the crisis at a global level to the stigma faced by many survivors to the challenges of prosecuting perpetrators, the issue is as overwhelming as it is complex. NightLight is a non-profit working in both Thailand and the US to rescue and support victims of sex tr ...…
 
Listen in this week as Mandy and Michael Review the new Movie “Isle of Dogs” as well as... plan Cochella and vacation outfits, do Britney impersonations and try to figure out the Abbreviation for Missouri!
 
The Resurrection was God's way of getting the last laugh against death. Marty encourages us to look at the Resurrection in trying times and know that God always has the last word in our sufferings - and his word to us is Peace!
 
Jim looks at the oldest written account of the Easter story in 1 Corinthians 15:3-10a.
 
Greg is CEO of Blue Chair, he has more than 30 years of entrepreneur experience in startups, acquisitions, business development, and takeovers. Starting with Gragg Advertising in 1992, one of the best Kansas City advertising agencies, Greg has started four additional technology companies, purchased one and helped develop over 20 proprietary pro ...…
 
Our first episode features Dan Kuebler and Emily Wright. Dan Kuebler has been market gardening since 1990, providing a variety of organically grown vegetables and value-added products such as "Farmer Dan's Sauerkraut" for the mid-Missouri area. He is a fixture of the local agriculture scene, having served many years as a board member for both t ...…
 
We kick off Episode 7 with another installment of The Podium (0:47) recounting our favorite Olympic moments from Pyeongchang. Next, we give our breakdown of what the Hyperloop is and the history of Virgin Hyperloop One (7:35). Confused as to what the difference is? Don’t be; take a listen and level up. It's not like you didn't already know, but ...…
 
This week on Post Scripts hosts Mike Colombo and Christopher Ave were joined by Post-Dispatch Washington Bureau Chief Chuck Raasch discussed the week that was in Washington involving President Trump.Jefferson City Bureau Chief Kurt Erickson joined the show to discuss new developments in the invasion of privacy case against Missouri Gov. Eric Gr ...…
 
This week, we dive into vidya gaems with explosive aplomb. Not unlike the many explosions you'll be creating in Hope County, Montana as you're playing Far Cry 5. Maybe you're playing in co-op with your best friend. Maybe you're hating it. This is, after all, just Skyrim with guns. Discussed: Seth's been working through those 2017 Oscar noms -- ...…
 
Zita, Jen, Kevin & Scott tackle Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and learn that people are complicated beasts capable of both terrible and lovely things.
 
Missouri Attourney General Josh Hawley was interviewed on national television in regards to possible campaign violations by Missouri Governor Eric Greitens. Host Ryan Wrecker breaks down the accusation and discusses the upcoming midterm election in which Claire McCaskill is up for re-election. Ryan switches conversation and discusses whether co ...…
 
On this week's episode of the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER!: Cullen shares about his trip to the Oregon Coast Comic Con, and getting to meet the likes of Mike DeCarlo and Arthur Suydam. Give the recent news around DeCarlo and William Messner-Loebs, we make our plea for support for the Hero Initiative. We look at the recently-announced Black Labe ...…
 
Mistakes Veterinarians Make As hard as it may be to believe, doctors are human too. An anonymous veterinarian confesses to the mistakes he/she made in their practice. Common errors include forgetting to take out an IV catheter to leaving a thermometer in. Listen as Dr. Debbie comments on these FAILS. How Much Does A Vet Visit Really Cost Resear ...…
 
The guys (finally) reunite and take a deep dive into spring football with receivers coach Danny Freund and safeties coach Joel Schwenzfeier. They’ll talk position battles, the magnitude of Deion Harris’ return to health, what the staff reevaluated after a spate of injuries in 2017, players learning new positions, the difficulties of evaluating ...…
 
Dave helps callers make informed decisions on sharing finances before you're married (don't), investing, paying off the house, and funding school. Also, Matt and Kati from Kansas City, Missouri scream, "I'm DEBT-FREE!" Featured Calls: Luke: When do I pay taxes on my side jobs? Jack: Should I take a HELOC? Aaron: I'm thinking of switching financ ...…
 
Talking #FinalFour and more with new Missouri State Head Coach Dana Ford.
 
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