Best Mpr podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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A weekly conversation on politics with Ken Rudin, from MPR News
 
In-depth conversations on news and culture, with host Kerri Miller.
 
“Aw Jeez” is a Fargo recap podcast from the frozen land of murder and mayhem: Minnesota. Every week we discuss what went down and who’s dead now. Historians, comedians, mob experts and more stop by to discuss all the latest happenings.
 
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MPR News Update
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From MPR News, Minnesota news on your schedule. Delivered 7 days a week.
 
Each week three people from the Minnesota arts community talk about a performance, opening, or event they're excited to see or want others to check out.
 
Insights on life from a man facing death.
 
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MPR Deb and Gregg
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My name is Gregg and I Co-Host Midwest Paratalk Radio, I have been in Indy for most of my life. And have been interested in the paranormal for a long time. It wasn’t until a personal experience at 30 that I realized that there was some validity to the paranormal.Having a need for more knowledge I started looking at different media venues. Researching, reading and talking to different groups that I have come across blogtalkradio. And have found some great people.Having a radio background, BTR ...
 
Exciting and entertaining stories on current affairs, music, culture health. and society
 
Welcome to MPR Business Consulting’s podcast. We are a Business Consulting agency that provides tools and resources to business. Our goal is to take business’s to the next level. MPR Business Consulting is Where Business is Done Right!
 
On The Thread, books are just the beginning. Host Kerri Miller talks with comedians, scientists and other big thinkers about how books and reading have shaped their lives.
 
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MPR news host Kerri Miller spoke with two people who made dramatic changes to their own careers about how to made it work. This is a rebroadcast.
 
This week: Jungle Theater gives "Little Women" a fresh staging. Plus Art Hounds recommend "This is a Record" at SOO Visual Arts Center and "Dracula: Prince of Blood" in Lanesboro.
 
MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke with two child care experts about ways to fix the child care shortage and how to make care more affordable. This is a rebroadcast.
 
Jeff Harmening sat down with host Kerri Miller to talk about innovation, leadership, and climate change.
 
Justice Brett Kavanaugh's hearing touched on partisan issues. How will the battle over his confirmation affect public faith in the court?
 
Higher ed is getting more and more expensive. Are you ready to send your child off to college?
 
Author and historian Carol Anderson believes America is at a fork in its history.
 
Ken Rudin talked about how Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings have torn apart the Senate and the Supreme Court.
 
Author Leif Enger on story-light, character-heavy fiction
 
How do white families think about race is influencing the rest of the country? A sociologist found out.
 
Ken Rudin talked about how Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings have torn apart the Senate and the Supreme Court.
 
This week on Art Hounds: Race riots and political corruption combine in noir thriller "West of Central" at Pillsbury House Theatre. Plus, Art Hounds recommend "Le Cirque Feerique" and The Public Theater's touring production of "Sweat."
 
Americans remain passionately divided over whether or not Brett Kavanaugh should be nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court. But how is that division affected by partisanship? And how is that partisanship affecting our faith in American institutions. How is Kavanaugh's nomination process affecting our trust in the Supreme Court? MPR senior producer ...…
 
For many Minnesotans the name Dessa is synonymous with music. But for her most recent project, the rapper is making use of a different medium: books. In her new memoir "My Own Devices" Dessa describes her journey as an artist both literally---describing life on the tour bus--and more figuratively--opening up about how a heartbreak changed her m ...…
 
Prior to the massive hit, "Purple Rain" it was just Prince, a piano and a microphone.The aptly named album "Piano & a Microphone 1983" was released in late September. Prince fans have been wrapped in nostalgia ever since.There are raw covers classics like "Purple Rain" and "1999," along with new songs such as "Cold Coffee & Cocaine" and a cover ...…
 
Political Junkie Ken Rudin talks about how the Kavanaugh nomination process may affect the midterms.
 
Voters are paying attention to Brett Kavanaugh's nomination hearings. How will the hearings affect the 2018 midterms?
 
Minnesota Vikings' Everson Griffen is just one of many professional athletes that have dealt with mental health concerns, but how are leagues like the NFL working to assist their athletes?
 
Are good jobs available to the 55 plus crowd?
 
President Trump gave a speech at the U.N. on Tuesday, touting the merits of sovereignty. But what are his views on other areas of foreign policy, including China, Iran, and climate change?
 
This week on Art Hounds: Britney Spears and the paparazzi go head-to-head in "Her's A Queen." Plus an artistic takeover of a Bloomington parking ramp, and "Rochester's Hiding Artist Tour."
 
Host Kerri Miller spoke to two education experts on scientifically-based practices that help teachers effectively teach reading to students.
 
President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court has been accused of sexual assault. What impact will that have on his nomination to the highest court in the country?Guests:Molly Reynolds, Brookings Fellow in governance studies.Wendy Schiller, chair of political science at Brown University.
 
On Monday news organizations were reporting Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein might resign or be fired. So what would happen if he did step down?
 
Outside donors are targeting Minnesota because of local competitive races that could lead to control of the House and Senate said reporter Briana Bierschbach. There are four congressional seats up for grabs and a tight senate race.
 
Two guests talked about how St. Paul can go about raising the minimum wage without hurting business.
 
President Trump has been promising to "drain the swamp" since before he was elected. But what does he mean when he says this? And is he living up to his word? On Thursday, MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke about the "swamp" with two guests. Josh Gerstein is a reporter with Politico. Danielle Brian is the executive director of the Project on Gove ...…
 
Stephanie Curtis shared her five favorite things in five minutes: The Hulu show "Casual"; the book, "Bad Blood"; the article "Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong"; the poet Danez Smight; and The Tesla Quartet.
 
This is not the first time a SCOTUS nominee has been accused of sexual misconduct. But this accusation comes in the #MeToo era. Will things end differently for Brett Kavanaugh than they did for Clarence Thomas?
 
Shannon Gibney spoke with host Kerri Miller about her latest "Dream Country."
 
Kathryn Pearson from the University of Minnesota spoke to MPR News host Kerri Miller about the MPR/Star Tribune political poll.
 
Is the "feminist" label still relevant relevant?
 
Businesses in Minnesota offer training and education to attract employees, but there needs to be industry-wide support.
 
Ken Rudin said that even with the recent accusations, the Judiciary Committee will still vote.
 
Oncologists approach cancer treatment in new ways with more moderate and personalized therapies.
 
Ken Rudin said that even with the recent accusations, the Judiciary Committee will still vote.
 
Most Americans don't have flood insurance. Who will cover rebuilding costs post-hurricane Florence?
 
U.S. Bank launched a short-term loan program to help clients in need of emergency cash. Is it a good option for consumers in dire need of cash flow?
 
"I am making fun of the most weird aspects of higher ed," said Julie Schumacher, author of "The Shakespeare Requirement."
 
Counter Stories is our regular conversation about race, identity and social justice.
 
President Trump is getting conflicting advice on prison reform.
 
This week on Art Hounds: SOLO presents the latest in new dance works, plus a pro-labor musical review and a Fergus Falls art exhibition.
 
The Trump era of American politics is full of robust, unprecedented rhetoric. How is political humor affected?
 
English and Ghanian culture collide in Michael Donkur's new novel, "Housegirl."
 
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