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Best Mpr podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Mpr podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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74 Seconds tells the story of a July 2016 traffic stop that ended with the world watching a man die, live on their phones. This is the story of that man, Philando Castile, and the officer who is about to go on trial for his death, Jeronimo Yanez. Through comprehensive reporting, MPR News examines this intersection of race, policing, justice and safety in America. A lot can happen in 74 seconds.
 
Flyover from MPR News focuses on issues of American identity and the changing American dream as they are lived and experienced in the cities, towns and rural areas that lie beyond the media spotlight. This podcast is an unedited hour of live radio with award-winning host Kerri Miller. Season Three, starting January 2020, focuses on the counties that flipped party loyalties from one presidential election to the next. Season Two, which aired the summer of 2018, focused on the Mississippi River ...
 
Inspired by a love for cooking, eating, supporting local products, and a healthy amount of MPR. ...Host Kathryn Fumie takes you around the St. Paul Farmers' Market each and every weekend. Listen ahead to hear about new vegetable arrivals, recipes suggestions, and interviews with producers and growers...not to mention a few nerdy food jokes and segments like "What's the Big Deal?!"The St Paul Farmers' Market remains one of the premier farmers' markets in the Midwest. For 150 years, the weekly ...
 
Friend of Marilyn (FOM) is a fat positive radio show. It provides counter programming to the normative discourses on fatness and obesity in our culture, hosting conversations in which accepted ideas and stereotypes about fatness are challenged. FOM believes that safe spaces for fat people are important, and the show is committed to providing a forum where fat people get to speak for themselves (not just have their lives thinsplained by others).\r\n\r\n FOM began in August of 2011, and is cel ...
 
"A Beautiful World" is a news program that focuses on inspirational stories from around the world, featuring good news about science, technology, ecology, art, music and medicine. The program is hosted by author and journalist Heather McElhatton, who listeners know from her contributions to This American Life, Marketplace and MPR News. www.abeautiful.world or Download ABW Podcast! iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/a-beautiful-world/id986469943?mt=2 Stitcher - http://www.stitcher.c ...
 
Go back in time every Monday night to the greatest decade of the 20th century – the 1980s! The 80's at 8 features all the best songs of the 1980's. Not only will you hear great music but you’ll also learn interesting trivia about each song. Twitter: @AdamClaydon - feel free to comment about The 80's at 8 on Twitter using #The80sat8!
 
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 ...
 
Bruce Kramer lived a remarkably rich life because of – not despite – an incurable, always fatal disease: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. He was diagnosed with ALS December 6, 2010. While the disease diminished his body, it expanded his life and spirit. He shared that experience with Minnesota Public Radio News host Cathy Wurzer over nearly five year of conversations.
 
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Can the power of interfaith prayer quell a violent summer? That’s the hope of Don and Sondra Samuels, the organizers of the grass-roots initiative, “Healing Our City.” On July 1, they set up a prayer tent on the Hawthorne Crossings parking lot at the corner of West Broadway Avenue and Bryant Avenue North in north Minneapolis, to give people of all …
 
Race and racism have been at the forefront of news headlines for more than a month now, ever since George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis cop. Regardless of the color of your skin, it's likely you're talking about race with friends and family. And that can lead to some uncomfortable conversations. Today the hosts of Counter Stories share their st…
 
When historian Jon Meacham spoke with MPR News host Kerri Miller just a few months into the Trump presidency, people were already talking about the fight over America’s soul. His book, “The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels,” and his conversation with Miller seems even more pertinent today, after a year that has brought impeachment …
 
State officials said Thursday that 31 Minnesota financial institutions have committed themselves to provide additional mortgage-relief options to homeowners facing financial hardship caused by the coronavirus pandemic who don't have federally backed mortgages. This is an MPR News evening update for Thursday, July 2, 2020. Hosted by Britta Greene. O…
 
Thirteen Minnesota children have been found to have a worrisome inflammatory condition believed to be related to COVID-19, state officials said Wednesday. Multi-system inflammatory syndrome was confirmed in the children, who developed symptoms between mid-May and mid-June; their average age was 5, and most had no prior medical problems, Dr. Ruth Ly…
 
A pandemic. Racism. Economic turmoil. It’s leaving some of us with anxiety, stress, depression and feelings of defeat. Our self-care is getting bogged down by the weight of all the unknowns in our lives. Have you ever thought about meditating? Experts say it can ease our minds and bodies and help us build resilience. Are you new to mindfulness medi…
 
When Lin-Manuel Miranda announced at a White House gathering in 2009 that he was working on a hip-hop musical about the life of Alexander Hamilton, the crowd laughed. No one could imagine the Founding Fathers having a rap battle during a cabinet meeting, for example. But then “Hamilton” debuted on Broadway and won every imaginable award and became …
 
Julie Burton, founder of ModernWell in Minneapolis, stopped by to talk with Jim and Sam shortly before the Covid19 pandemic came into full swing. As usual, the guys are full of nonsense. Listen as Julie tries to enlighten them with her enthusiasm and kindness. Julie is passionate about people and about doing good in this world.…
 
Since George Floyd’s killing in late May, calls for change in policing have reignited around the country and in Minnesota. The Minneapolis City Council is moving forward with its plans to dismantle the city’s Police Department and both the Minneapolis and St. Paul public school districts have moved to end their relationships with local police depar…
 
The State of Minnesota has a new coronavirus ad campaign in the works — to the tune of $9 million. The goal is to promote different options for getting tested and get more information out on how to prevent the spread of the virus. The ads will start running this summer on multiple platforms and in multiple languages. This is an MPR News evening upd…
 
After the killing of George Floyd, people took to the streets. Protests gave way to civil unrest, and many buildings — including small, minority and immigrant-owned businesses and organizations — were left damaged or destroyed. More than 1,500 buildings in Minneapolis and St. Paul suffered damage during the days of looting and burning, according to…
 
The Hennepin County judge overseeing the trial of four former police officers charged in the killing of George Floyd last month warned elected officials against making public statements about the merits of the case, saying they endanger the defendants’ right to a fair trial and could lead to a change in venue. The trial for four former Minneapolis …
 
The gender wage gap and the division of household labor were unequal before the pandemic. But, with schools, summer camps and care facilities either being closed or operating at limited capacity, working mothers are feeling the pressure as a disproportionate number of responsibilities land back on their plates. For many moms, their ability to conti…
 
The amendment to the city's charter would go before voters in November. Mayor Jacob Frey says deep reforms are needed and will be coming from his office, but he doesn't support abolishing the police department. This is an MPR News evening update for June 26, 2020. Hosted by Nina Moini. Our theme music is by Gary Meister.…
 
Workout routines either came to a halt or drastically changed at the start of the pandemic, when state officials ordered fitness centers and gyms to close along with other businesses. Some people adapted — they bought equipment and gear to create home gyms or they spent more time working out on their own outdoors. As stay-at-home orders lifted, fit…
 
Disinformation about the pandemic continues to spread, adding a challenge for public health officials responding to an increase in coronavirus cases in several parts of the U.S. During the early days of the outbreak, almost half of American respondents in a Pew Research survey said they had seen at least some completely fabricated news about the vi…
 
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