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“This Is Uncomfortable” is a show about life and how money messes with it. Each week, Reema Khrais digs in with stories about the unanticipated ways money affects relationships, shapes identities and often defines what it means to be an adult. Khrais dives into uncomfortable topics like friends borrowing money, relationships and the other varied ways money shapes who we are. Khrais’ career has included a two-year position as a Fletcher Fellow focused on education policy reporting. She is a g ...
 
CanesCast is the official podcast of the Carolina Hurricanes. Hosted by TV and Web Host Mike Maniscalco and Senior Editor Michael Smith, CanesCast brings you the inside scoop on the Hurricanes with exclusive interviews, analysis and more. New episodes every Monday!
 
A weekly, hour-long newsmagazine on North Carolina, Carolina Journal Radio is hosted by Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai and features a diverse mix of guests and topics. Education reform, tax policy, the state legislature, affirmative action, air pollution, freedom of the press and the courts – these are just a few of the subjects that Carolina Journal Radio has tackled since the program began production in 2003.
 
The Game Designers of North Carolina is a guild of tabletop game designers who, shockingly, reside in North Carolina. We’ve been meeting regularly since April 2013 and when we started most of us did not have a lot of exposure or experience in tabletop game design. We’ve learned a lot as a group since we started and this podcast is a way to share some of that knowledge. Our goal for the podcast is to present a lot of information pertinent for new designers but hopefully also offer content tha ...
 
"FAQ City" is an online, broadcast and podcast series that invites the community to help shape our news coverage. Send us your question, and we may answer it on an upcoming episode. Claire Donnelly is the new host of "FAQ City." The series was previously hosted by Nick de la Canal.
 
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While North Carolinians requested nearly 1.4 million absentee ballots , fewer than half of those have been returned and accepted. Government and watchdog experts continue to express public confidence that mail-in votes are safe and will be counted if filled out properly.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
 
State politics reporter Lucille Sherman talks DC correspondent Brian Murphy about the US Senate Race. This is the fifth episode of the special elections edition of Domecast. We'll spotlight a different statewide or legislative race every week until the election. Read more from Sherman and the rest of The News & Observer's politics team at newsobser…
 
The outcome of North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race could help determine which party controls the chamber for the next two years. Incumbent Republican Sen. Thom Tillis faces a tough challenge from Democrat Cal Cunningham. Carolina Journal Editor-in-Chief Rick Henderson analyzes recent developments in the hotly contested race. It’s safe to say N.C. col…
 
State politics reporter Lucille Sherman talks with former News & Observer columnist Barry Saunders about House District 66. This is the seventh episode of the special elections edition of Domecast. We'll spotlight a different statewide or legislative race every week until the election. Read more from Sherman and the rest of The News & Observer's po…
 
Voters on North Carolina college campuses played a huge role in the 2018 election. Democrats broke the legislature’s Republican super-majority by winning two districts that included two of the largest campuses in the state. BPR digs into how those students are voting this year: Unlike many other UNC System schools Western Carolina University is sti…
 
How much does it matter to see people who look and identify like you in the media that you consume? In the new podcast " Being Seen " host Darnell Moore examines what it means to have culturally accurate and responsible depictions of the Black, male, queer experience. He joins host Frank Stasio and popular culture experts Natalie Bullock Brown and …
 
North Carolina is again home to the most expensive U.S. Senate race in the nation's history. During this 2020 election cycle, billions of dollars will flow through the somewhat mysterious apparatus of campaign finance. On this episode of the WUNC Politics Podcast, Jeff Tiberii speaks about the financial landscape with Anna Beavon Gravely of the NC …
 
North Carolina is again home to the most expensive U.S. Senate race in the nation's history. During this 2020 election cycle, billions of dollars will flow through the somewhat mysterious apparatus of campaign finance. On this episode of the WUNC Politics Podcast, Jeff Tiberii speaks about the financial landscape with Anna Beavon Gravely of the NC …
 
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are experiencing a surge in COVID-19 cases. Just like the state of North Carolina, the Eastern Band rolled back COVID-19 safety measures and moved to Phase 3 of reopening at the beginning of October. That’s despite the local health and Human Services reporting a surge in cases beginning in the middle of Septembe…
 
A general discussion week. You will hear some references to doing some interviews for a group called American Bridge, after the Zoom rally. Initially we thought it was going to be OK to include those on the stream, but when we got to that point, they requested that it not be live streamed. So you’ll see a kind of awkward cutoff. Gary will say “stay…
 
COVID-19 is spreading more quickly throughout North Carolina's population: public health metrics in the last week have some experts worried the state is heading in the wrong direction. Research shows the virus spreads more quickly indoors and when people have prolonged close contact with one another — something that's almost unavoidable in places l…
 
Burning Coal Theatre Company ’s only in-person performance this fall opened last week to a rapt audience of...four. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the live production of “A Hundred Words for Snow” is being performed before drastically-reduced audience sizes, creating an intimate atmosphere.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
 
The original Friend of the Program turned NBA Finals starter, Duncan Robinson, joins Titus & Tate to discuss the Miami Heat’s NBA Finals run, memories from the “Bubble Bliss” period of the NBA Bubble, getting advice from Jimmy Butler and some stories misreported by the media... Plus, Duncan reacts to the best “Duncan Robinson looks like…” tweets.…
 
Carolina couldn't dig itself out of a deep halftime hole and fell to FSU on Saturday...the guys look back at the game with the Seminoles (6:32) Basketball practice has started and we enlist the help of Armando Bacot (23:44) and Leaky Black (32:17) to give us an update on the team and preview the season Plus: Adam apologizes (55:36), $35 honey (1:02…
 
After last weekend, North Carolina’s first loss has many questioning how good the Heels really are, while Saturday’s opponent, NC State, has shocked many non-believers into thinking the Pack is back. Inside Carolina’s Ross Martin and Greg Barnes join host Tommy Ashley to break down what was and what will be in this week’s On the Beat Podcast. Learn…
 
More than 1 million North Carolinians have voted during the first five days of early voting in the state. That’s more than 14 percent of all registered voters in the state. BPR checked in on the early voting site on campus of Western Carolina University in Cullowhee: More than 4-thousand ballots have been cast in Jackson County during early voting.…
 
Mike "Doc" Emrick announced his retirement following a 47-year career broadcasting professional hockey. Tripp Tracy and Mike Sundheim drop by the pod to offer their thoughts and stories from Emrick's legendary career. And, what advice did "Doc" give Mike Maniscalco? That, plus more free agency talk. CanesCast is presented by Storm Brew from our fri…
 
Raleigh-born, Greensboro-raised musician Phonte Coleman has traveled all over the world, but there’s no other place he can imagine living than North Carolina. A founding member of the rap group Little Brother , as well as a member of the genre-bending music group The Foreign Exchange , Coleman appreciates the quiet, lowkey community he’s built in t…
 
Federal taxpayers cannot afford another bailout of state and local governments. Joseph Coletti, the John Locke Foundation’s senior fellow, explains why in a column he co-wrote for TheHill.com. Coletti contends most state governments have fared better than expected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Throwing more money at them now would lead to waste whi…
 
Are we where? Election? Covid Cure? End of the Podcast? No, we’re not. Well, you can get to the end of the podcast. And in theory, the election will be over November 3. Covid… LINKS: N&O: No Cunningham Endorsement Not Tillis, either https://www.newsobserver.com/opinion/editorials/article246469430.html NC vaccination plan outlines priorities for 4-p…
 
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