Best New Mexico podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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In the Spring of 2010 StoryCorps, a national initiative to document the unique stories of Americans arrived in Albuquerque to collect the stories of New Mexico's Latino residents as part of its Historias Initiative. Historias, which means 'stories' in Spanish, is an ongoing initiative to record and honor the diversity of Latino culture. They collected over 160 interviews by the end of their six week stay. This podcast features some of those interviews. The StoryCorps project in Albuquerque w ...
 
In the Spring of 2010 StoryCorps, a national initiative to document the unique stories of Americans arrived in Albuquerque to collect the stories of New Mexico's Latino residents as part of its Historias Initiative. Historias, which means 'stories' in Spanish, is an ongoing initiative to record and honor the diversity of Latino culture. They collected over 160 interviews by the end of their six week stay. This podcast features some of those interviews. The StoryCorps project in Albuquerque w ...
 
Discussions about news,politics and culture of New Mexico
 
This week's art events in New Mexico, courtesy of The Collector's Guide and F+W Media
 
In the Spring of 2010 StoryCorps, a national initiative to document the unique stories of Americans arrived in Albuquerque to collect the stories of New Mexico's Latino residents as part of its Historias Initiative. Historias, which means 'stories' in Spanish, is an ongoing initiative to record and honor the diversity of Latino culture. They collected over 160 interviews by the end of their six week stay. This podcast features some of those interviews. The StoryCorps project in Albuquerque w ...
 
Interviews by Stephen Spitz, broadcast on New Mexico NPR affiliate KUNM.
 
Yee-Haw!! The Pony Rider Boys are on the move again! This time they are on their way to Bluewater, New Mexico, ready for whatever adventure they can find. But this time, trouble spots them on the train. Will the Pony Rider Boys be able to handle whatever comes their way? (Summary by Ann Boulais)Previous book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the AlkaliNext book in the series: The Pony Rider Boys in the Grand Canyon
 
The podcast of Reformed University Fellowship at New Mexico State University. For the past 25 years, RUF has been a Gospel-saturated community that meets NMSU students right where they are without leaving them stuck there.
 
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A podcast about all things New Mexico! Wild, wonderful, weird and wacky - we find it all!
 
KUNM's Spencer Beckwith talks with local and national artists about upcoming performances and events in the area.
 
KUNM's Spencer Beckwith talks with local and national artists about upcoming performances and events in the area.
 
KUNM's Public Health New Mexico reporting project provides in-depth, investigative and continuous coverage of public health in New Mexico, with an emphasis on poverty. For all articles and web exclusive content, go to publichealthnm.org
 
Weekly public affairs program featuring interviews with policy makers, advocates, elected officials, artists, musicians and other news makers along with live phone calls from listeners.
 
Hosts Chuck and Wally talk about what's new in the world of hunting and fishing in New Mexico, including where the fish are biting, great hunting trips, and gear suggestions.
 
Each week a new message from Senior Pastor Rick Brittain at Passage Community Church
 
Podcast of the Rio Grande Foundation that addresses public policy issues facing New Mexico.
 
This monthly conversation hosted by Stephen Spitz covers a variety of subjects including politics, culture, economics and architecture. Our guests are leading thinkers and doers from throughout New Mexico.
 
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Paul and Dowd begin with a discussion of Paul's experiences and meetings at the State Policy Network annual meeting. Paul meets some prominent figures in the liberty movement and recounts the success of a prominent NMSU Aggie in the liberty movement. Susana Martinez has been named the Cato Institute's most fiscally-conservative governor. There' ...…
 
Paul and Dowd interview Sheila Weinberg of the Chicago-based Truth in Accounting. Her organization works to "compel governments to produce financial reports that are understandable, reliable, transparent and correct." Topics include New Mexico's fiscal health -- including unfunded liabilities and the disclaimers attached to the state's reliably ...…
 
The #MeToo movement has sparked national conversations around issues like harassment in the workplace and access to reproductive services.By mayortega@kunm.org (May Ortega).
 
On this week's episode Dowd and Paul discuss the Brett Kavanaugh becoming a justice on the US Supreme Court as well as assessing some of the key Court decisions in the past year and the politics of the issue as we move toward Election Day. They briefly recap the bail reform event and discuss the executive order issued by Gov. Susana Martinez on ...…
 
On October 4, 2018, the Rio Grande Foundation and Justice Action Network co-hosted a panel discussion of New Mexico's recent bail reform and pretrial assessment systems. Moderated by Lauren Krisai of the Justice Action Network. Panelists included Sen. Daniel Ivey-Soto and former US attorneys Brett Tolman (Utah), and David Iglesias (NM. Rio Gran ...…
 
Paul and Dowd sit down with Seth Saavedra of "The Education Blog." Seth writes extensively at his blog about education issues in New Mexico. He's got personal experience in education both in and outside of New Mexico. He's a self-identified Democrat and education reformer and among the many topics addressed are APS, New Mexico's change-averse c ...…
 
Dowd and Paul discuss the problems at New Mexico's Human Services Department involving administration of the food stamp program which have resulted in New Mexico owing the federal government $164 million. A new report echoes previous analysis from the Rio Grande Foundation indicating that New Mexico's economy has improved more since President T ...…
 
Dowd and Paul talk to Tim Thiery, principal of the Estancia Valley Classical Academy a public charter school which is based in Moriarty, NM. The Academy is affiliated with Hillsdale Academy and charges no tuition for students. The Academy's Foundation is hosting an upcoming event with Lt. Col. Allen West and they discuss that as well as the bro ...…
 
On the Rio Grande Foundation's weekly podcast Dowd and Paul discuss the latest Right to Work jobs numbers from August. They recap the Americans for Prosperity meeting in Ruidoso on Right to Work, and Dowd offers some insights from his presentation comparing Kentucky and New Mexico. The City of Las Cruces is considering a new film subsidy. Educa ...…
 
Let’s Talk New Mexico 10/4 8am: Around the country, voter participation is surging , and people are predicting the midterms in November will see a big turnout. Still, plenty of eligible people —even folks who are registered—don’t cast their ballots. Are you planning not to vote? Do you distrust politicians, government and the two-party politica ...…
 
Paul and Dowd visit with John Boyd. John specializes exclusively in the field of site selection and business relocation. He is constantly monitoring business climates, labor conditions, cost trends, incentive programs and other factors that impact a company's decision on where to locate business operations. Learn how New Mexico fairs against ou ...…
 
Let's Talk New Mexico 9/20 8 am: Prisons in New Mexico don’t have enough medical staff, and advocates say this means people don’t get the help they need—even when their injuries and illnesses are severe. Are you incarcerated? Or do you have friends or family members in state prisons? Are you concerned about their health? Email LetsTalk@kunm.org ...…
 
Dowd and Paul discuss the Albuquerque Journal's recently-released polling data for various New Mexico races. Is the data reliable? What does it mean for this fall's elections? The Rio Grande Foundation recently hosted a series of events around Southern New Mexico. Paul and Dowd discuss their trip. KOB TV did an excellent story on an important i ...…
 
Paul and Dowd interview Deborah Burns of Invest US LLC. Deborah was involved in bringing the US/China business matchmaking conference to Albuquerque in October of 2017. What is happening these days with some of those businesses and job creation? Deborah has spent 6 weeks during the past year in China. How are the recent political controversies ...…
 
Let's Talk New Mexico 9/13 8 am: What do you do to keep the environment clean? Do plastic bans, eating less meat, taking fewer plane trips or carrying reusable silverware really matter? We'll talk about how to make choices that are good for the environment. We'll also look at lessons from tribes and communities across the region that have lived ...…
 
When longtime Zen practitioner and world-renowned New Mexico author Natalie Goldberg learns that she has a life-threatening illness, she is plunged into the realm of hospitals, physicians, and unfamiliar medical treatments, along with the reality of her own mortality. In navigating this foreign landscape, Goldberg, in her just published book Le ...…
 
Paul and Dowd address why now is the time to reform New Mexico's gross receipts tax. They also address numerous other policies that are negatively impacting New Mexico's economy. Topics include a right to work update, education reform, sick leave proposals and more.
 
Opioid addiction comes with more than just physical symptoms. A big part of fighting for sobriety is recovering emotionally, and for different people, that part needs a different approach.By mayortega@kunm.org (May Ortega).
 
Dowd and Paul discuss important historical points and the way they are often misrepresented by historians with Dr. Larry Schweikart. Schweikart is the Foundation's upcoming speaker at a series of luncheon talks to be given statewide during the week of September 10-14. Check the Rio Grande Foundation website for details.…
 
Voters can now find New Mexico political candidates’ views on things like gun violence, education, public land use and climate change on a website put together by two children's advocacy organizations.By madisonspratto@kunm.org (Madison Spratto).
 
On this week's episode of Tipping Point New Mexico Dowd and Paul discuss Albuquerque Mayor Keller's economic development plans. What IS the plan? Will it be effective? What is left out of the plan? In another, related story, Keller has hired the City's "poet laureate" Hakim Bellamy as an employee. He's working for the taxpayers of the City now. ...…
 
On July 16, 1945, the world’s first nuclear bomb was detonated at the Trinity Site near Socorro, New Mexico. Although the US government claimed the area was uninhabited, census records show that more than 40,000 people lived near-by. No warning was provided to these residents despite high levels of radiation. Sixty years later, Tina Cordova co- ...…
 
Paul and Dowd interview Lucas Puente of Thumbtack.com regarding their recent survey of small business owners around the nation. New Mexico ranks a disappointing 47th and the City of Albuquerque rates a "D+" up slightly from "D" last year. Aside from our own results, there are interesting data points to consider with regard to city performance a ...…
 
Jeff White, pastor from Las Tierras Church in El Paso, brought us God's Word.
 
A recovery center for youths in Albuquerque is gearing up to open new housing next month specifically for girls and young women.By mayortega@kunm.org (May Ortega).
 
Dowd and Paul discuss New Mexico's $1.2 billion surplus and what should be done with the largess. That shifts into a conversation about the Cato Institute's Freedom In the 50 States report which gave New Mexico high marks on personal freedom, but found the State sorely lacking in fiscal restraint and the size of its government bureaucracy. Dowd ...…
 
Let's Talk New Mexico 8/30 8a: We talk a lot about the need to bring more jobs to New Mexico, but what about remote workers? There are more opportunities for people to find jobs with outside companies and stay rooted in their own community here. But working from home or outside of an office requires internet access and specific skills to be suc ...…
 
Voters in Bernalillo County will see another bond question about a planned tiny home village for people experiencing homelessness on their ballots come November.By mayortega@kunm.org (May Ortega).
 
Paul and Dowd talk free trade with George Mason University economist and prominent blogger Donald Boudreaux. Among the issues discussed are how to think about international trade? What are the benefits to trade? What could happen to the US economy and stock markets if trade is reduced?
 
When a hospital or doctor’s office sees a patient who doesn’t speak English, federal law requires the institution to hire an interpreter. But the need for professional language services in New Mexico far exceeds the supply. An Albuquerque organization, Valley Community Interpreters (VCI) , is hoping to change that.…
 
On this week's podcast Dowd and Paul discuss the "tiny homes" proposal being considered for the homeless in the Albuquerque area. Is this a good idea? What has happened elsewhere this has been tried? Dowd and Paul then briefly discuss the property tax vote in Las Cruces, diversion of state 911 funds during 2016 (while film subsidies and support ...…
 
Let's Talk New Mexico 8/23 8a: Allergies to foods like nuts, milk and seafood are on the rise, and they can be life-threatening. As New Mexico students settle into a new school year, we'll look at what teachers and school staff are doing to look out for all children. Do your kids have allergies? How does it go for them at school? Have you been ...…
 
Paul and Dowd discuss the details of both New Mexico gubernatorial candidates education reform ideas. Not surprisingly, there are big differences between Lujan-Grisham’s and Pearce’s plans. Paul and Dowd offer their analysis and insights on the plans presented as well as ideas about what true reform might look like.…
 
Paul and Dowd discuss New Mexico’s gas tax and the State’s infrastructure system as a whole (also whether a gas tax hike is needed). It was another big week for Right to Work with San Juan County becoming the 8th New Mexico county to adopt an ordinance. Missouri also voted on Right to Work, but it was turned down overwhelmingly. What happened? ...…
 
Opponents of a planned project to house homeless people came out in force to a meeting Thursday night in the Four Hills neighborhood in southeast Albuquerque.By mayortega@kunm.org (May Ortega).
 
Let's Talk New Mexico 8/16 8a: Did you know that you can check out cake pans , WiFi hotspots and ukuleles from Albuquerque Public Libraries ? You can skip expensive gym bills and work out for free—lift weights, get on a cardio machine—at some community centers . What do you know about that's free? What free resources do you find useful? What do ...…
 
Bernalillo County is planning to build a village of tiny homes for people experiencing homelessness. But it’s facing some opposition.By mayortega@kunm.org (May Ortega).
 
Paul and Dowd interview Heath Haussamen, editor and publisher of NMPolitics.net. Topics covered include Heath’s struggles to bring transparency to “Spaceport America,” the demographics and politics of south-central New Mexico, and the contest to replace Steve Pearce in the U.S. House of Representatives.…
 
On July 16, 1945, the world’s first nuclear bomb was detonated at the Trinity Site near Socorro, New Mexico. Although the US government claimed the area was uninhabited, census records show that more than 40,000 people lived near-by. No warning was provided to these residents despite high levels of radiation. Sixty years later, Tina Cordova co- ...…
 
Paul and Dowd discuss “green jobs” vs. real energy employment in the Land of Enchantment, some very poor “reporting” on Holtec International’s plan for spent nuclear fuel in the southeast corner of New Mexico, the costly pointlessness of Amtrak’s Southwest Chief, and the truly immense price tag attached to “Medicare for All” — legislation spons ...…
 
Let's Talk New Mexico 8/9 8a: One way to help make cities more affordable and accessible is to increase density. If housing is close to businesses, schools and entertainment, people can utilize public transportation and take advantage of new amenities. But some neighborhood leaders in Albuquerque worry that new development in the city may push ...…
 
In this episode Dowd and Paul offer detailed critiques of the economic plans being put forth by gubernatorial candidates Pearce and Lujan-Grisham. You might be surprised to hear what Dowd and Paul have to say.
 
Let's Talk New Mexico 8/2 8a: Research shows that learning about one's own history and culture can keep students engaged and lead to better educational outcomes. A recent court ruling found New Mexico's Public Education Department is failing its Native American students, in part by not providing adequate culturally relevant materials. Did you h ...…
 
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