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Campaign Beat is Montana Public Radio's weekly political analysis program. It's hosted by Sally Mauk and features Lee Newspapers State News Bureau Chief Holly Michels and Rob Saldin of the University of Montana’s Mansfield Center and Political Science Department.
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A New Angle is a current affairs Montana Public Radio program and podcast celebrating cool people doing awesome things in and around Montana. We live in the College of Business at the University of Montana. New episodes drop every Thursday. Recent and upcoming guests include Academy Award-winning actor J.K. Simmons, US Senator Jon Tester, Montana Governor Greg Gianforte, Cheryl Strayed (best-selling author of Wild), NYT Columnist Maureen Dowd, and many others. www.anewanglepodcast.com
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The Write Question is a weekly literary program hosted by Lauren Korn that features authors from the American West—and beyond—including James Lee Burke, Kate Lebo, Anne Helen Petersen, Robert Wrigley, Jess Walter, Stephen Graham Jones, Hoa Nguyen, Maggie Shipstead, Elissa Washuta, and others.
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The Session

Montana Public Radio, Montana Free Press, Yellowstone Public Radio

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The campaign rhetoric, struggles for political power and results of the 2022 election converge in the 68th meeting of the Montana Legislature. Join us Monday mornings for The Session — a breakdown of the latest action we’re watching in the statehouse, produced by Montana Public Radio, Yellowstone Public Radio and Montana Free Press.
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Fireline

Montana Public Radio

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By just about every measure, wildfires are getting bigger, hotter, and more devastating than we’ve ever seen before. But what all that fire means -- and what to do about it -- depends on who you ask. Our view of fire is complicated. There’s fire as catastrophe, as something to be controlled and wiped off the landscape, feared. And there’s fire as something natural and essential, beautiful. So, how do we reconcile those two views of fire? How did we get ourselves into this mess? And what can ...
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Get a recap of this week's action at the Montana Legislature with news and analysis from Sally Mauk, Rob Saldin and Holly Michels. Online Friday afternoons. On air Saturdays at 9:44 a.m.
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SubSurface

Nicky Ouellet

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Montana was invaded last summer. Not by land, not by air, but by water. A microscopic alien showed up in water samples from the Tiber Reservoir, opening the door to a wide range of potentially devastating impacts for Montana's fisheries, outdoor enthusiasts and industries. What happens if Montana fails to stop the coming invasion of zebra and quagga mussels threatening the state's water bodies? MTPR's Nicky Ouellet looks into Montana's future (or one possible future) to see how the invasive ...
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Food Guys

Greg Patent, Jon Jackson

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From favorite seasonal recipes, to the roots of our food traditions, to the politics of food, the Food Guys illuminate the culinary world each Sunday, in this 10 minute program produced by Montana Public Radio. The Food Guys have also been featured on NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday.
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Can Do, MTPR's podcast on business and entrepreneurship hosted by Arnie Sherman is in its fifth season. This season will feature the same informative interviews and the lessons Montana business owners and entrepreneurs have to share. But times are changing. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to change how business is done. The main focus this season is on the here & now. How does a business survive in today’s volatile economy? How can you transition your business or start a new one? What can yo ...
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If you don’t know Butte Montana, you might have heard it’s one of the biggest toxic messes in the country. But now the “Mining City” is on the verge of sealing a deal that could clean it up once and for all. So how did we get here? What comes after Superfund? And who gets to decide?
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Today's most talented and compelling musicians visit Musicians' Spotlight to "talk shop" and give you a deeper insight into their music. Host and producer John Floridis brings his own musical expertise along with over a decade and a half of experience conducting interviews. Guests on the show have included legendary musicians like B.B King; Alison Krauss; Lyle Lovett; Wilco; Brandi Carlile; Daryl Jones of the Rolling Stones; The Cowboy Junkies; Richard Thompson; Mary Chapin Carpenter; Bruce ...
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Dr. Starbuck’s Health Tips for Kids teaches children about the human body, common health issues, and simple ways to stay healthy. This program offers a fun way to educate and empower children.Using language easily understood by children, Dr. Jamison Starbuck explains how different parts of the body function. She also discusses individual health complaints and common illnesses kids might experience, and describes ways to treat everyday ailments with safe, simple, effective natural remedies.Dr ...
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News Nerds explores the issues that are shaping the world around us with well known public figures. Join Ezra Graham for interviews about culture, politics, health, and science that will keep you informed about what's happening and how the world is reacting. Listen wherever you get podcasts. New episodes drop whenever Ezra wants them to.
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Many individuals choose to rent properties, whether it be for their personal residences or business premises. While this may initially appear cost-effective, it can have detrimental long-term financial implications. Essentially, you are indirectly paying a mortgage. It is time to break free from this cycle and invest in your own residential or commercial property. This show is designed to guide and empower you in strategizing and actualizing Your Real Estate Life. Discover a wealth of knowle ...
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Many individuals choose to rent properties, whether it be for their personal residences or business premises. While this may initially appear cost-effective, it can have detrimental long-term financial implications. Essentially, you are indirectly paying a mortgage. It is time to break free from this cycle and invest in your own residential or comm…
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This week on ‘The Write Question,’ host Lauren Korn speaks to Dr. Alan Townsend, author of ‘This Ordinary Stardust: A Scientist’s Path from Grief to Wonder’ (Grand Central Publishing, Hachette Book Group).By Lauren Korn
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Tracy McNew is executive director of the Center for Asbestos Related Disease (CARD) in Libby, Montana, and LeRoy Thom is the clinic board president. The CARD clinic provides critical services to the Libby community as they recover from the legacy of vermiculite mining. In this episode, Tracy and LeRoy discuss how the CARD is addressing the health i…
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From 1995 to 2020, Ryan Busse worked in the gun industry as the vice president of sales for Kimber America. This sparked his 2021 book, Gunfight: My Battle Against the Industry that Radicalized America, and a period in his life when he began to question his political beliefs. His sons were 2 of the 16 plaintiffs in Held v. Montana, a landmark clima…
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Many individuals choose to rent properties, whether it be for their personal residences or business premises. While this may initially appear cost-effective, it can have detrimental long-term financial implications. Essentially, you are indirectly paying a mortgage. It is time to break free from this cycle and invest in your own residential or comm…
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Allan Savory was born in Zimbabwe and educated in South Africa. Through his experiences in game ranching, he developed the philosophy of holistic management. In 2009, Allan, his wife Jody Butterfield and several colleagues founded the Savory Institute in Boulder, Colorado, an international network of leaders committed to putting holistic management…
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Montana’s primary elections — which take place later than those in all but a handful of states — are now officially in the rear-view mirror. That raises a good question: Why are Montana's primaries so late in the year? It's a question that stumped many historians. Here's what we found out.By Austin Amestoy, Edward F. O'Brien
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