Best Native American Talk Radio podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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Native Trailblazers - FRI'S 8PM EST - Hosted by Mohawk Journalist, Editor and Public Speaker Vincent Schilling and CEO of Schilling Media, Inc. Delores Schilling.
 
More stimulating Native Talk Radio! Cliff & Brandon are both registered members of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, and dedicate the show to making Native topics fun & entertaining!
 
More stimulating Native Talk Radio! Cliff & Brandon are both registered members of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, and dedicate the show to making Native topics fun & entertaining!
 
Toasted Sister is radio about Native American food because it came a long way. Traditional indigenous foodways were lost, found, redefined and modernized in the last few hundred years. And here it is today, in the hands of Native chefs and foodies who work to keep their traditional flavors and ingredients alive. I'm Andi Murphy and I'm talking to as many Indigenous foodies as I can.
 
Interviews and more from The Pat Campbell Show on Talk Radio 1170 from 6AM to 9AM every weekday.
 
Ideas is all about ideas \x96 programs that explore everything from culture and the arts to science and technology to social issues.
 
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Red Town Radio
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Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States continue to face economic and socially discriminatory treatment leading to an economically coerced removal from their ancestral lands and to assimilation by the dominant culture. This radio show will discuss current events and historical perspectives as it pertains to the Indigenous Peoples of the world.
 
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Big Ideas - ABC RN
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Big Ideas brings you the best of talks, forums, debates, and festivals held in Australia and around the world, casting light on the major social, cultural, scientific and political issues
 
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Talk of Iowa
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Talk of Iowa is the place for Iowans to interact with and learn from each other. Together we delve into culture, history, art, and literature. We want you to come away connected to our culture and what it means to live in Iowa.
 
There is a thin divide between what is perceived as Spiritual and Paranormal, for they are forever intertwined throughout time. Traveling within the history of the world, we can find examples of Spirituality that involves everything from Magic, Spirits, Gods and Goddesses’ and Seer’s or People said to be able to talk to the Dead. We All have our belief systems, we all have our own Truths. So let us possibly bend those truths a bit with some insights and perspectives that may be a bit differe ...
 
Atlanta WRFG 89.3 - Beyond Borders show incorporates content relevant to Native American, Latino, Caribbean and African perspectives. Beyond Borders' mission is to take a critical analysis of US Foreign Policy and its effects on the people of Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as how to address how US Foreign Policy affects people of color in the United States. BB airs every Saturday from 5-7pm EST on 89.3FM in Atlanta and streams online www.wrfg.org. BB is an educational, cultural and ...
 
To The Best Of Our Knowledge is a nationally-syndicated, Peabody award-winning public radio show that dives headlong into the deeper end of ideas. We have conversations with novelists and poets, scientists and software engineers, journalists and historians, filmmakers and philosophers, artists and activists — people with big ideas and a passion to share them.
 
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Media Hip Radio
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When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.
 
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On Second Thought
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On Second Thought is a one hour, daily news talk show, airing at 9 a.m. ET weekdays on Georgia Public Broadcasting hosted by Virginia Prescott. Timely conversations about all topics relating to Georgia including politics, healthcare, education, music, literature and race. We bring you stories you won't hear elsewhere and voices that are often ignored. The show has a no-pundit policy because we're interested in information, not talking points. On Second Thought incorporates the comments and i ...
 
Al Arnold, Robert E. Lee's Orderly- A Modern Black Man Confederate Journey. Confederate Monuments, Confederate Flag and Civil War Confederate Heritage wrapped around the Christian Faith. A place where Christians and Sinners can talk about Grace, Race and Civil War History. I HATE Career politicians!! No DemonCats or RepuKlicans allowed!! Just regular Americans keeping it real at the Cross of Grace and the Christians Faith. A Modern Black Man's Confederate Journey Continues. A descendant of a ...
 
Physics is full of captivating stories, from ongoing endeavours to explain the cosmos to ingenious innovations that shape the world around us. In the Physics World Stories podcast, Andrew Glester talks to the people behind some of the most intriguing and inspiring scientific stories. Listen to the podcast to hear from a diverse mix of scientists, engineers, artists and other commentators. Find out more about the stories in this podcast by visiting the Physics World website. If you enjoy what ...
 
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Talking Feather Radio
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Talking Feather Radio showcases cultural blends of the Global Village and amplifies community voices. Join our Indigenous Circle. Let us pass the Talking Feather to you. Hosts, Penny Gamble Williams and Thunder Williams invite you to listen to them live Wednesdays at 8PM on Blog Talk Radio and also every Sunday at 11AM on www.WOLAM.com. Radio ONE, WOL-1450 AM, Wash DC.
 
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Be Happy & Be Healthy
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Be Happy & Be Healthy is a weekly radio talk show committed to providing you with tools to Be Happy & Be Healthy. The host of Be Happy & Be Healthy is Kimberley Harrell, D.D. Kimberley is a Reiki Master Teacher descendant of Cherokee Ancestors, a certified life coach and professional speaker specializing in Mind, Body & Spirit 'Makovers' including Weight Loss Coaching. Kimberley has a teaching practice in Southern Florida where she teaches Reiki Energy Therapy, Native American Healing and Sp ...
 
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Duchess
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A little about myself and what I do! I'm a practicing 3rd degree Alexandrian/Progressive Witch under Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone. a pipe carrier in the Sun Bear Tribe (I'm Sicilian and Native American),Reiki Master,Tarot reader and teacher,spiritual counselor,owner of a metaphysical shop in Cornwall NY named Brid's Closet.The purpose of the show is help people understand what Wicca, paganism, and earth based religions are all about and to get rid of all the misconceptions that Wicca has. We ...
 
Our Voice Now radio is the next generation of Humanity's Team ~ Awakening the world to OnenessEach week Sarah and Andy discuss diverse topics such as meditation, communicating with animals, Angels and Spirit Guides, the Law of Attraction, school, peers, politics, ghosts, vampires, tarot, and so much more.Every few weeks they will be joined by a guest from various religions and cultures including Wicca, Islam, Native American Long House, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Catholicism, Protestantism ...
 
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Kandace Springs covers several genres on her latest album Indigo . The Nashville native was born into a musical household. Her father Scat Springs was a soul singer who sang backup for Brian McKnight, Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin and Donna Summer.By ltaylor@gpb.org (La'Raven Taylor ).
 
After growing up in small-town Iowa and graduating from Iowa State University, Cyndi Gryte went to Manhattan where her wildest adventures and biggest blunders would go on to inspire her semi-autobiographical debut novel, “Sydney Shag and the Sirens: Heavy on the Vodka and a Little bit Dirty." The novel follows Sydney Shag, an Iowa girl from the ...…
 
In 1920, African American farmers owned 14% of all American farmland. Today, 45,000 black growers own just 2% of that land. The vast majority of them live in the South, according to census data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.By lrowell@gpb.org (Leighton Rowell).
 
Calling all anime, gaming, comics and animation fans: This is your weekend. MomoCon 2019 kicks off Thursday in Atlanta. Voice actors, designers, writers and showrunners take animation enthusiasts behind the scenes, making one of the fastest growing all-ages conventions in the country. GPB's Kalena Boller, host of The Credits podcast, sat down w ...…
 
Is atheism getting too big for its britches? And why is that a problem? Christian Smith is Professor of Sociology at the University of Notre Dame. In his new book "Atheist Overreach: What Atheism Can't Deliver", he argues that contemporary atheists are making claims that are "neither rationally defensible nor realistic".…
 
In the May edition of the Physics World Stories podcast, Andrew Glester reflects on the biggest astronomy story of the year – the first ever image of a black hole and its “shadow.” Unless you’ve been living in a black hole yourself, you will have seen the glowing donut/eye of Sauron/smiley face, which is actually the supermassive black hole at ...…
 
Many people no longer relate to the left and right divide in politics. They see politics through the lens of their identity: ethnicity, religion, gender or race. But will playing politics this way achieve transformative social change? Analyst Kenan Malik says that solidarity not difference is the way forward.…
 
Georgia’s high school graduation rate has increased over the past several years. For the third year in a row, the state’s graduation rate is above 80%. That’s according to the Georgia Department of Education.By ltaylor@gpb.org (La'Raven Taylor ).
 
Atlanta's professional women's basketball team, the Atlanta Dream, is preparing for the upcoming season. It had a successful run last year and made it to the WNBA finals with Head coach Nicki Collen at the helm. She's been in the top spot since 2017. Collen stopped by On Second Thought to discuss her start playing tennis, her passion for the sp ...…
 
Hubert Reeves is one of the world's foremost experts on the Big Bang and the origins of time. He lives in France, where the acclaimed astrophysicist has the status of a rock star. In Quebec, where he was born, he is called their Einstein. And yet he's largely unknown in the English-speaking world. Not only is he a brilliant cosmologist; he's al ...…
 
In Pat's 9a hour, he talks about controversy surrounding Tulsa's 287g program, which involves ICE, and the Supreme Court decision that upholds Native American rights. Pat also has 2 composting stories! The first involves AOC, the second...death.
 
Atlanta's professional women's basketball team, the Atlanta Dream, is preparing for the upcoming season. It had a successful run last year and made it to the WNBA finals with head coach Nicki Collen at the helm. She's been in the top spot since 2017. She stopped by On Second Thought to discuss her start playing tennis, her passion for sports an ...…
 
Worldwide there are more than 25 million refugees. But their suffering doesn’t end once they reach a safe place. They continue to fight the experience of torture and trauma.By ABC Radio National.
 
Members of Congress are working to revive an Obama-era effort to make Harriet Tubman the new face of the $20 bill. A new historical novel about Tubman gives reader a whole new face and consideration of the woman known as the "Moses of her people."By ltaylor@gpb.org (La'Raven Taylor ).
 
Early this month the UN's Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services released a summary of an upcoming 1,500-page report, where it states that one million plants, insects and animal species are on the verge of extinction. This report combined the work of nearly 150 authors from 50 nations who spent three ye ...…
 
African Americans are 10% more likely to report experiencing serious mental health problems than their white counterparts, according to the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health . Even when people have the resources to access professional help, they might not find psychologists who look like them or share their experiences. The po ...…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and concerns around mental health are a big issue in our society at large — and on college campuses. Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among college students, and national data indicates that the problem is not unique.By lrowell@gpb.org (Leighton Rowell).
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. College students today increasingly report being affected by depression and anxiety. Barry Schreier, director of the University Counseling Service at the University of Iowa and communications committee chair for the Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors, joined On Second Thought ...…
 
Trees and forests could hold the key to the survival of life on our planet. Meg Lowman started climbing trees when she was still a painfully shy primary school student, in a small town in upstate New York. They became her closest companions whenever her human classmates started bullying her. She eventually became a pioneer of canopy science, an ...…
 
In Pat's 9a hour, he gives some interesting info about google. He also talks about Arnold Schwartzenegger getting assaulted and the anti-abortion laws, which trigger some good calls.
 
In Pat's 8a hour, he talks about a Tulsa World editorial, that he actually agrees with, on cash bail laws. He also discusses a prayer given by a Pennsylvania state representative that offended another representative.
 
Pat Campbell talks to News On 6 Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer about what to expect from today's weather. They also talk tornado safety tips and more, including what airports do during this kind of weather.
 
In Pat's 6a hour, he talks about severe weather over the weekend and severe weather expected to come today. You'll also hear from an abortion survivor and a pro-life journalist (on CNN!),
 
Vince Kadlubek on how a weird anarchist art collective from Sante Fe, New Mexico, became a cultural juggernaut and 'alt Disney' enterprise.By ABC Radio National.
 
Bees are endangered, but all over the world, people are stepping up to save them — in backyards, science labs, and the abandoned lots of urban Detroit. Guests: Heather Swan, Nicole Lindsey, Timothy Paule, Thor Hanson, Christof Koch, Tania Munz, Stephanie Elkins, Peter Sobol, Anne StrainchampsBy To The Best Of Our Knowledge.
 
Tonight join Native Trailblazers as we talk with Ali Nahdee, Anishinaabe, a freelance writer for Indian Country Today and creator of The Aila Test and Does The NDN Live? Follow Ali on Twitter - @AliNahdee Shé:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers! The Native Show with nearly a million listeners worldwide! For over nine years, our award ...…
 
Slugs are nocturnal and feed at night when we can’t see them. They also love to eat holes in the leaves of hosta plants. In this Horticulture Day edition of Talk of Iowa , Charity Nebbe talks with Donald Lewis, a professor of entomology at Iowa State University, who has an extensive hosta collection and therefore a long-term relationship with s ...…
 
Georgia Power customers and taxpayers have been helping foot the bill for the expansion project at Plant Vogtle, which is billions of dollars over budget and years behind schedule.By AKiley@GPB.org (Amy Kiley).
 
"Denial is about hiding from the truth. Denialism builds a 'new and better' truth." Keith Kahn-Harris, a researcher and lecturer at the University of London, says the challenge of confronting denialism is that denialists don't see themselves as rejecters of truth. They see themselves as having the actual truth, one that the rest of us can't see ...…
 
Pat Campbell talks to rape survivor Danielle Tudor about Oklahoma's rape kits, and new legislation that supports testing of them. They also discuss police questioning of rape victims, and what else needs to be done legislatively.
 
Pat Campbell talks to Rollo Tomassi, The Rational Male, about pornography and church culture, and how women are tipping men's use of porn in their favor. They also discuss an advice column question from The Guardian that asks about a sexless marriage.
 
Pat Campbell talks to Dr. Piper about pornography. Dr. PIper and Rollo Tomassi (The Rational Male) got into an argument over the topic on Twitter last night. Pat and Dr. PIper discuss why so many Christians are drawn to porn. Also, they touch on the recent abortion legislation and The Equality Act.
 
In Pat's 6a hour, he talks about Mayfest this weekend in Tulsa, popular baby names in Oklahoma (ever hear of Dink?), and pornography,
 
Kishi Bashi made a name for himself with the shiny, fantastical indie pop of his first three albums . (The singer and multi-instrumentalist also made a pseudonym for himself: his stage name is a mashup of his first initial – K, for Kaoru – and last name, Ishibashi.) Ishibashi's newest record Omoiyari (available May 31) takes a more sober turn. ...…
 
We all use adjectives to describe things and the world around us, for example: "look at that speedy little red car!" or "look the beautiful clear blue sky." So why don't we say "that red little speedy car" or "that blue clear beautiful sky"? Adjectives have different classes (color, size, quality, ect.) that appear in a predetermined order, whi ...…
 
In Pat's 9a hour, he talks about the most important issue people consider when flying, the window washers that had to be rescued in OKC, whether people wash their legs in the shower or not, and more!
 
Pat Campbell talks to Carly Rush about fun events in and around Tulsa this weekend.
 
In Pat's 8a hour, he talks about the Tulsa man who impersonated a cop right before he tried to pull over a cop, the government wanting us to have more babies, the woman who pushed an old man off a bus and killed him, and why Pat Robertson doesn't like the new Alabama abortion law.
 
Pat Campbell talks to Oklahoma Senator Nathan Dahm about what's going on right now in OKC. They discuss the state budget, abortion and education.
 
Pat Campbell talks to conservative author and commentator Michelle Malkin about the audio that's come out of a Canadian authority interrogating a rape victim. They also talk about the latest on Daniel Holtzclaw.
 
Pat Campbell talks to Jim Stovall about his talks with Tim Conway and Carol Burnett. They also chat about his lunch with Dr. Everett Piper and his latest column, "Paradise Perspective".
 
In Pat's 6a hour, he talks about the high rate of Native American women murdered in Oklahoma in 2016, and he plays unbelievable audio of a Canadian indigenous teenager rape victim being interrogated. He also talks about the bill just signed into law in Oklahoma that prevents nursing home residents from being given anti-psychotic medication with ...…
 
Some consumers will go out of their way to avoid genetically modified produce. Despite reassurance from GM scientists, the debate about GM food goes on. As Tasmania reviews its moratorium on genetically modified crops we debate the pros and cons of GM agriculture.By ABC Radio National.
 
Tens of millions of readers got their first glimpse inside of a courtroom from To Kill a Mockingbird . Now, Harper Lee's 1960 novel remains a staple on middle school reading lists, and the film adaptation has captivated countless social justice warriors, law students, parents and pet owners.By vprescott@GPB.ORG (Virginia Prescott).
 
For centuries, yoga has served as a healing and therapeutic practice that has helped many who have encountered trauma in their life. "When trauma happens, there is this lack of power, this lack of choice over what is happening," says Julie Jack, founder and editor of The Exhale Project , a grant funded program that offers free yoga classes to s ...…
 
The 8-track tape was a revolutionary technology that allowed people to play music on-demand in their vehicles. It was a very popular medium in the United States from the mid 1960s to early 1980s, but it's popularity was short-lived. In this edition of Talk of Iowa, Charity Nebbe talks with Bob Anders, who is working to reinvigorate the appeal o ...…
 
It was the biggest labour action in Canadian history: on May 15, 1919, over 35,000 workers took to the streets of Winnipeg for six weeks. It began peacefully and passionately; it ended in lethal violence, and disagreement over what it meant. Contributor Tom Jokinen in Winnipeg talks to experts on how the strike happened, why it occurred in Winn ...…
 
Pat Campbell talks to West Point grad and millennial Jarrin Jackson about millennial work ethic, how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez appeals to millennials, John Bolton's and others' desire to build up military presence around Iran, tariffs used as a tool, and, the one-year anniversary of our moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.…
 
Pat Campbell talks to writer/comedian Barry Friedman about Tim Conway and the state of comedy, changes at The University of Tulsa and his experience when he want there, the problem with football at TU, and more. They also talk about Barry's trip to Iceland.
 
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