Best Murrow podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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"What would your last meal be?" On this James Beard Award nominee for best podcast, National Edward R. Murrow award-winning reporter Rachel Belle asks every guest this question - but that’s just the beginning! Each dish’s origins, preparation, and cultural influence are among the many stones upturned as Rachel consults chefs and culinary anthropologists, fishmongers and fry cooks on her quest to explore every facet of Your Last Meal. Episodes every two weeks. Original music by Prom Queen.
 
Modeled on the popular 1950s radio series of the same name hosted by Edward R. Murrow, This I Believe - Rhode Island, hosted by Frederic Reamer, is an effort to share the many stories of people of Rhode Island... the personal experiences that have helped form the opinions of your neighbors.
 
A nature writer living in Wellfleet, Robert Finch has written about Cape Cod for more than forty years. He is the author of nine books of essays. A Cape Cod Notebook airs weekly on WCAI, the NPR station for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the South Coast. In both 2006 and 2013, the series won the New England Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Radio Writing.
 
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Simon Says
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Simon Says is a podcast produced by award-winning broadcaster and journalist Scott Simon, featuring interviews with newsmakers and industry leaders. Topics will include general news, sports, journalism and media, business, economics and investing, and the law. Scott Simon has been honored with an RTDNA Edward R. Murrow award for Journalism Excellence, as well as top honors in Illinois for news and sports broadcasting. The goal of Simon Says is to inform, entertain and education, and do it wi ...
 
Broadcast legend Dave Ross, winner of multiple Edward R. Murrow Awards for excellence in journalism, talks to the people and policy makers affecting your world. Now, you can listen to the full conversation - raw and uncut. Hear Dave Ross on Seattle’s Morning News weekdays at 6am on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.
 
A miniature radio show that tells stories with sounds instead of, well, stories. Sign up on our website to receive new episodes: http://bit.ly/1oGTcHz. Every ninety-second episode is about a different sound. You could hear Earth Whistlers, mudpots, or bridges; a dying language, a forgotten language, or a way to communicate without words; what it's like to have auditory hallucinations, hearing loss, or tinnitus; famous music made by accident, by a murderer, or by a computer; or the call of th ...
 
An all-female foray into the weird world of Call of Cthulhu.
 
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MMS Mediacast
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Public Media Daily
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The latest news from public broadcasting in a quick and daily podcast from Public Media Fans.
 
Candlewick Press Presents is a new audio podcast about the storytellers behind your favorite children’s books! To celebrate Candlewick Press’s twenty-fifth anniversary, we sat down with local authors and illustrators of picture books, board books, and middle-grade and young adult fiction and nonfiction to discuss their journeys into the world of children’s publishing.
 
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The War
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Follow America's journey from isolationism to Pearl Harbor and V-J day through old time radio. Host Adam Graham is your guide through speeches, public affairs programs, comedies, dramas, and more. Hear the story of World War 2 told through the golden age of radio.
 
Providing news and information while helping aspiring writers and journalists,
 
Stories worth telling by Emmy award winning Journalist Patricio Espinoza. News, features, commentary and live reports in English and Spanish. (audio & video)
 
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Church for Men
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A Podcast By Christian Podcast Central
 
Engaging guests. Informative topics and information. Creative conversations.
 
Audio Podcasts from USC Annenberg School School for Communication.
 
Do you have a passion to see men discipled and encouraged? NCMM is all about equipping you to have that ministry in your church and in your own life. In this podcast, we talk about what NCMM is, what projects we have done, and how upcoming podcast episodes will be part of equipping you in very practical aspects of life, ministry, and business.
 
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Prolific, 5-time James Beard Award winning cookbook author Dorie Greenspan is the queen of cookies. Famous for her beloved World Peace Cookies and many baking books, including one she wrote with Julia Child, it's not surprising that Dorie wants to start and end her last meal with dessert. What's wrong with eating dessert first, anyway? Rachel c ...…
 
You have your town and I have mine. You love your town and I love mine. It is late fall now, our summer visitors, have left for their true homes- left with sadness, with regret, but left nonetheless with dreams of returning.By lizclancylerner@gmail.com (Liz Lerner).
 
Four strangers are taken in the middle of a cold winter's night and tasked with nothing shy of saving the world before dawn. Stay toasty out there, listeners... Join the Lovelycraftians crew in their 2018 Winter Special, a continuation on the story started in our Halloween Special. "Winters Darkness" by Benjamin Basford. Creative Commons — Attr ...…
 
Craig Allen discusses the water temperature at the time that US Airways Flight 1549 landed in the Hudson River on Jan. 15, 2009.
 
Then-WCBS Sports Director Jared Max describes the scene live from the New Jersey side of the Hudson.
 
Early report from Marla Diamond, Peter Haskell and witness account.
 
This is the first report from Peter Haskell when he arrived on the scene of the Flight 1549 landing in the Hudson River.
 
Reporter Rich Lamb was in the newsroom conducting interviews about the inauguration of Barack Obama when Flight 1549 landed in the Hudson River. Here is the first report that ran on WCBS 880.
 
When you live 30 miles out to sea, many things get reused, redistributed and shifted around. I once heard an antique dealer on Nantucket say he’d sold the same scrimshawed whale’s tooth three separate times. The buyers kept departing, one way or another, but the antiques remained.By lizclancylerner@gmail.com (Liz Lerner).
 
Now I may just get myself in trouble here- with the Law, with my fellow citizens- but I will just come out and say it: I prefer my dogs off-leash.By lizclancylerner@gmail.com (Liz Lerner).
 
Drag queen BenDeLaCreme is "sweet as pie and sharp as cheddar." And Ben, who plays "DeLa," has a lot to say about food. So what would this RuPaul's Drag Race All-Star want for his last meal? (Answer: a nostalgic buffet of his favorite New England foods.) Do you order lo mein or chow mein? It probably depends on what coast you live on! We explor ...…
 
Great Point Light is my white whale. The 70-foot-tall white concrete tower sits where Nantucket Sound and the Atlantic meet, towering high above a narrow strip of beach. Or so I’ve read. I have never made it all the way out there, to the northernmost tip of Nantucket.By lizclancylerner@gmail.com (Liz Lerner).
 
I’m writing a book, and that’s one reason why I haven’t posted a podcast in a while. First, I want to thank Jack Klobnak for making time to be interviewed for the Entrepreneur segment. I hope to talk with Jack next year about his book, Mr. and Mrs. Medal of Honor. If Jack can write a book, so can His is a novel; mine will be a collection of sto ...…
 
Spoiler: Rich Americans are audited much less than the poor. Jesse Eisinger with ProPublica explains how gutting the IRS has enabled Americans to dodge about $660 billion in taxes every year — and the problem is getting worse. While Congress looks to cut programs like Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security to make up budget shortfalls, the IRS ...…
 
According to recent polling, 70% of Americans support Medicare For All, a plan first championed by Bernie Sanders. But the largest question has always been: where will the money come from? According to a thorough economic analysis of the Medicare For All plan, taxpayers will actually save $500 billion a year. That analysis was led by Robert Pol ...…
 
Fresh off a listening tour around the district, new Superintendent Denise Juneau lays out the current needs of local schools, the push for racial equity, and why the success of new levies are crucial for the district.
 
Provincetown is a geological afterthought, and everything from High Head in North Truro outward is composed of the leftovers from the rest of the Cape.By lizclancylerner@gmail.com (Liz Lerner).
 
The Lovelies finally learn the terrible truth about the portals, but it comes at a grave cost. "Silent Night (Dark Piano Version)" by myuu. Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 "Circus of Dread" by Robert Austin. Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 "Dragon Castle" by Makai Symphony. Creative Commons — Attrib ...…
 
Comedy legend, author, and actor Paul Reiser (Mad About You, Stranger Things) is a New York native whose last meal is as classic and old-school NYC as it gets! Barney Greengrass has been serving up scrambled eggs with sturgeon, bagels with lox, and black and white cookies since 1908. Rachel talks with 3rd-generation owner Gary Greengrass about ...…
 
Today we opened the archives to replay one of our favorite essays from Robert Finch. In this piece, Bob talks about his bird feeder, birds, and the vulnerability of life.By lizclancylerner@gmail.com (Liz Lerner).
 
As Rose slowly suffers the consequences of her actions, the rest of the investigators find themselves inside the crib. Many mysteries lie within, testing their physical and mental abilities. But what happens when they solve everything? PatreonTwitterFacebookSpotifyiTunesGoogle Play
 
The 4th National Climate Assessment has been released. The President doesn't believe it, and the public has largely ignorded decades of warnings, but Dr. Amy Snover says it's not too late to prevent the catastrophic impacts of human caused climate change. As Director of the Climate Impacts Group at the University of Washington, Dr. Snover leads ...…
 
Jack Klobnak is a St. Louisan who is an entrepreneur that helped create Laser Vision Centers 30 years ago. Jack Klobnak helped create Laser Vision Centers. His SIU-Edwardsville class included long-time Tampa Bay Rays broadcaster Dewayne Staats Laser vision was just surfacing as a new way for eye and sight care. Jack was in the right place at th ...…
 
Night comes earlier here that it does in almost any other part of the country. Sometimes, well, most of the time, my only opportunity to be outside for any good length of time is after the sun has already set. I have given up trying to race against the fading light, and instead given in to walking in the dark.…
 
Former teen crush Tiffani Thiessen has come a long way since her days at Bayside High. She's a mother, wife, cookbook author, and host of her own show "Dinner at Tiffani's" on The Cooking Channel. And her artistic outlet is also her last meal! We get tips from Tiffani on how to set up the perfect charcuterie board, and then Rachel heads down to ...…
 
It is November now; our incipient meadow is put to bed. But I remember back a few weeks: the September sun was high in the cloudless sky - and hot. My level back received the full effect of its rays, as I was on my hands and knees in a weedy field. It could have been July or August, save for the cricket din all around me.…
 
The investigators commandeer a boat to take them to the green pillar of light out in the lake. They aren't the only ones interested, and they soon find themselves entertaining dangerous company. PatreonTwitterFacebookSpotifyiTunesGoogle Play
 
Last week I began to describe a walk I recently took on the pedestrian sidewalk that runs the length of Route 6 in Eastham – the only Cape town that has such a continuous walkway. What struck me most, for the first couple of miles, was the prevalence of old houses on both sides of the highway. Most were Greek Revivals and old Capes, with one or ...…
 
Cora Gray, ever one for death-defying adventures into the occult, agrees to help the Lovelies find one of the last portals they need to close (at least according to Dr. Osborn). It quickly becomes clear that the investigators opened the door for more than what they bargained for when using the symbol found in the franken-rats' sacrificial chamb ...…
 
Simon Says Overseas Travel Expert Steve Oslica is traveling overseas with his wife Anna again on a two-week trip to Germany and Hungary and says the trip is excellent because they used a tour planner. Steve Oslica is the Executive Director of the Hawthorn Foundation in Missouri, a non-profit organization that promotes economic development and g ...…
 
Top o' the mornin' to ya! On this Emerald Isle themed episode of Your Last Meal, Rachel talks to Irish comedian and writer Maeve Higgins about why Irish butter is better, the food that confused her most at her first American Thanksgiving, and of course - her last meal! You'll get the history of the fish pie from Ireland's Michelin starred chef ...…
 
Here’s a Cape Cod factoid that you can use at parties during the holiday season: “What is the only town on Cape Cod that has a pedestrian sidewalk running continuously from one end of the town to the other? Think about that for a moment or two. Got an answer?By lizclancylerner@gmail.com (Liz Lerner).
 
Trapped in the trouser rats' ritual room with no way out, the investigators uncover a strange circle, and an even stranger remnant. When help finally arrives, they learn of Marty's fate, and of someone who may be able to locate the next portal: the mysterious Cora Gray. "The Paladin's Underworld" by Shane Ivers Licensed under Creative Commons: ...…
 
Refugees seeking shelter on America's shores used to find bipartisan political and broad public support, but that's changed under the current Presidential administration. In fact, refugees have been cast as a prime threat to national security leading into the midterm election. Beth Farmer from Refugees Northwest and Zainab Al-Tameeni, an asylee ...…
 
Libertarian candidates running in a heated 2018 election are attempting to make gains and one of them is Nick Kasoff, a Republican-turned-Libertarian, and is running for St. Louis County Executive in Missouri. Nick Kasoff is a Libertarian candidate for St. Louis County Executive in Missouri and talks about how the two-party system is failing. N ...…
 
The Graves Society crumbles one-by-one, and they must work quickly and carefully on the other side to ensure the thing wearing their friend doesn't escape. Taking part in arcane rituals on Halloween never hurt anyone, right? We hope you had a very happy and safe Halloween! "Music Box" by Cjbeards. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution ...…
 
The Graves Society continues their modern-day investigation of the Miskatonic University Dean's Manor in the continuation of our special Halloween one-shot adventure. They have little idea of what has been let out into the world, and are even less aware of the cost of putting it back. "The Paladin's Underworld" by Shane Ivers Licensed under Cre ...…
 
The War on Drugs in the United States went global, as the United Nations embraced the criminalization of drug use and eradication of supply. It's been a decade of spectacular failure, as drug use rates soared, incarceration levels skyrocketed, overdose deaths reached wartime casualty rates, and drug production itself -- along with illicit profi ...…
 
Right wing strongmen have come to power around the world on populist platforms and promises to tear down the political status quo. From Rodrigo Duterte in the Philippines to Donald Trump in the United States, and now Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, their messages are amplified and piped directly to the voters through dubious and deliberately inflamma ...…
 
I have to accept that fall is here. The past couple of years I have tried, by sheer force of will, to extend summer to late October. Labor Day rolls around and all the shops have slashed their prices on bathing suits, towels, and flip flops. Columbus Day arrives and winter coats are in the windows of the shops in town that are still open.…
 
A building on Miskatonic University's campus is reportedly haunted. So haunted, in fact, that the staff completely abandon it every year around Halloween. Technically, there are two paranormal research groups for the job, but only one was willing to take it: The Graves Society. Join us for our Halloween one-shot special with new characters, new ...…
 
2019 Medicare enrollment began Oct. 15 and ends Dec. 15. This is the first of 3 episodes with tips how to get more out of your Medicare health plans and save money. I work in the field as a Certified Part D Prescription Drug Plan advocate for UnitedHealthcare. My training was an intensive seven-week curriculum equivalent to 16 semester hours in ...…
 
In October, my life on Martha’s Vineyard undergoes a seasonal transition that reflects changed outdoor priorities. It is a natural shift brought on by shorter days and cooling waters. Fishing season gives way to deer hunting season.By lizclancylerner@gmail.com (Liz Lerner).
 
The investigators finally corner the franken-rats after their creator was dragged away by giant tentacles. They learn much more about the trouser rat society that has formed in the weeks since Milton created them, perhaps more than they anticipated. Four investigators enter. How many will return? "Lobby Time" by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Cre ...…
 
I can’t help it--I always bring the car to a crawl when I drive down Shore Road in North Truro. Something about all those cottage colonies, all those motels, the scene of hundreds of thousands of summer vacations compels me to drive a little slower. I want to look in every window.By lizclancylerner@gmail.com (Liz Lerner).
 
The Lovelies discover just how advanced the trouser rats really are. In uncovering the truth behind the rodents' creation, the investigators come face-to-face with the Dr. Frankenstein behind the rats, and find a more horrifying mystery to untangle. "Suspense 7" by PeriTune Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 PatreonTwitterFaceb ...…
 
Medicare open enrollment begins today (Oct. 15) and ends Dec. 7. It’s just one part of retirement planning. Long-term care is another and Matt McCann joins Simon Says to give advice and tips what we should do now to plan for what happens during our golden years. Matt McCann is recognized as one of the nation’s leading Long-Term Health Care (LTC ...…
 
Japanese-born, Berkeley-raised rapper/producer Lyrics Born has been in the music business for 25 years, but just the rich, deep purr of his speaking voice will make you swoon. LB (as his friends call him) is a blend of Asian and Western influences, and so is his last meal! Rachel also talks all things kimchi with four-time James Beard Award nom ...…
 
Meg Medina, author of Merci Suárez Changes Gears, Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass, Burn Baby Burn, and Mango, Abuela, and Me, talks to Candlewick Press about family, storytelling, her childhood and teen years, and the importance of making space in her life for writing.
 
All of us need help at some point in our lives—sometimes at many points in our lives. On good days, our wish for help is relatively trivial, say asking a neighbor to help us move a piece of furniture or a passerby for driving directions. At other times, our need for aid may be deeper and wider, say, in the midst of an overwhelming health or par ...…
 
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