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Best St Louis Public Radios podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best St Louis Public Radios podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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St. Louis on the Air creates a unique space where guests and listeners can share ideas and opinions with respect and honesty. Whether exploring issues and challenges confronting our region, discussing the latest innovations in science and technology, taking a closer look at our history or talking with authors, artists and musicians, St. Louis on the Air brings you the stories of St. Louis and the people who live, work and create in our region.
 
Cut & Paste brings you in-depth conversations with artists and cultural drivers, hosted by Jeremy D. Goodwin. Listeners will hear from artists about their work and why it matters, and also about who they are and how their own personal experiences shape their art-making.
 
A podcast to help you keep up with the St. Louis region’s news. Every weekday you can get informed about what’s going on in the area. In about 8 to 10 minutes you can learn about the top stories of the day, while also hearing longer stories that explore issues in context or that introduce you to new ideas and people that make the St. Louis area special. Music by Ryan McNeely of Adult Fur.
 
Atara is a Social Justice Advocate, motivational speaker, a TRUE survivor of domestic violence & depression. Join her on STAO RADIO SHOW which stands for Sound the Alarm Outreach as she educates, empowers, and inspires the community around the globe on how to LIVE AGAIN. Visit ataraestes.com to book your free 30 minute workshop and 15 min Q&A. Background of work and affiliation of topics we will address but not limited to so that will help us to move our community forward. St. Louis Ending V ...
 
At only 18-years-old, Gabe Fleisher has already made quite a name for himself. When he was 9-years-old, Gabe started getting up at the crack of dawn to send out a daily email newsletter with his analysis of the political news cycle. He called it Wake Up To Politics, and it slowly developed a large readership. Now, in partnership with St. Louis Public Radio, Fleisher will extend his popular newsletter with a podcast that explains the inner workings of American politics. And just like his news ...
 
St. Louis Missouri, Gateway to the Legalization.Grassroots Radio Active Marijuana’s Mission1. G.R.A.M.’s Purpose: Informing Missourians about cannabis’ benefits opposed to prohibition’s harms, highlighting and humanize the cannabis consumer, and inspiring citizens into taking action to repeal marijuana prohibition.2. G.R.A.M.’s Business: Providing relevant news, accurate information, scientific research, thought provoking interviews, alternative frames of mind, and leadership to activate Mis ...
 
A tiny radio show about design, architecture & the 99% invisible activity that shapes our world. http://99percentinvisible.org/ New episodes every Wednesday. On the radio on 91.7 KALW in San Francisco. Fridays at 7:35am and 4:30pm, Saturdays at 8:35am. And public radio stations across the country. Created by Roman Mars.
 
Alive and Well STL is an effort focused on reducing the impact of toxic stress and trauma on our health and wellbeing. The Alive and Well STL radio show, hosted by Bethany Johnson-Javois, CEO of the St. Louis Integrated Health Network, helps community members become trauma informed and emotionally and physically well. The personal stories from community members and public health leaders reveal St. Louis health realities, disparities, and opportunities.It's great to be alive! Be "Alive and We ...
 
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America's entertainment industry has St. Louis to thank for the creativity fueling some of the most wildly popular shows out there these days. And that includes the Smith sisters: Mariah, Rachel Colleen and Lauren Ashley Smith. On top of other pursuits, the three of them have now combined forces to host their new SiriusXM initiative "Smith Sisters …
 
Tuesday’s primary election in Missouri saw many incumbents hold onto their seats — and one major upset. St. Louis Public Radio correspondent Jason Rosenbaum discusses Cori Bush’s remarkable victory over incumbent U.S. Rep. Lacy Clay, as well as the passage of Missouri Amendment 2, which makes Missouri the 38th state to expand Medicaid.…
 
We check in with Tony Simokaitis, scoreboard director for the St. Louis Cardinals. His job is to create that faux-crowd energy in an empty ballpark — if the team ever gets back on the field. Seven Cardinals players and six staff members tested positive for the coronavirus. Sports writer Derrick Goold gives us the latest on that.…
 
Consultants who work closely with conservative billionaire Rex Sinquefield have gathered enough signatures to force a vote on the privatization of St. Louis Lambert International Airport this November. If voters say yes to the plan, the city would basically be required to lease the airport to a private company by next summer. One argument for doing…
 
This month marks 100 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted U.S. women the right to vote. But the fight for women’s suffrage was a long one, starting many decades prior to that celebratory day in 1920. And St. Louis women were among some of the earliest suffragists around the country. In this segment, host Sarah Fenske ta…
 
Missouri’s Aug. 4 primary has snuck up fast during a year when the U.S. presidential election is looming large amid a global pandemic. But plenty of key local races will be decided in the heavily Democratic St. Louis region — and voters throughout the state will determine whether Missouri expands Medicaid coverage, joining the 37 other states that …
 
Contemporary citizen journalists can find a lot of common ground with a trailblazer who was active during the late 19th and early 20th centuries: Ida B. Wells. Motivated by false narratives and the downplaying of abuse of Black Americans of her day, Wells chronicled the stories of those impacted by lynchings and riots. Wells’ quantitative work pion…
 
Fighting for Black lives isn’t new and some say that this uprising isn’t new either. It’s a familiar fight that Black people have been fighting for centuries. The difference is that now this fight is happening as COVID-19 cases continue to rise, especially within the African-American community. The pandemic, state violence, and racist attacks all h…
 
In “Ordinarily Extraordinary: Love and Anger, Life and Death, Hope and Inspiration,” Patrick P. Long reflects on the moments of doubt, stress and anxiety that come with a spouse’s cancer battle. In this episode, he talks with host Sarah Fenske about his memoir and how despite a devastating loss, he developed the belief that nothing in life is insur…
 
All too often, artistic expression proves inaccessible to everyday people, a kind of luxury out of reach for those struggling to make ends meet. Katherine Dunham understood this reality when she first turned her attention to East St. Louis in the 1960s. And so does Leverne Backstrom, one of a handful of dedicated community members still carrying on…
 
For Jaylon Muchison, speech has paid off in a big way. The recent Belleville West High School graduate recently netted $22,500 from Optimist International’s 2020 Oratorical World Championship — winning his regional and state rounds before claiming the international title. That money will make a huge difference as the 18-year-old heads to the Univer…
 
State Rep. Mary Elizabeth Coleman is the latest guest on Politically Speaking, where the Arnold Republican talked with St. Louis Public Radio’s Jason Rosenbaum and Jaclyn Driscoll about the 2020 special session on violent crime.Coleman was first elected in 2018 in a hotly-contested race for the 97th District, which encompasses parts of Jefferson Co…
 
When St. Louis Treasurer Tishaura Jones and her challenger in the Democratic primary, Alderman Jeffrey Boyd, ran for the first time in 2012 , both pledged to revamp the office. Jones specifically said she would shift the responsibility for parking elsewhere and focus on banking and investment. Eight years later, the treasurer’s office is still in c…
 
The Clay family’s staying power in St. Louis politics is unmatched. For more than 50 years, Lacy Clay and his father, Bill, have represented Missouri’s 1st Congressional District — creating one of the strongest political organizations in the state’s modern history and one that’s withstood a number of tough challenges.…
 
An increase of COVID-19 cases in the region has caused the St. Louis Sports Medicine COVID-19 Task Force, the St. Louis County Department of Public Health and the City of St. Louis Department of Health to initiate a hold on all youth sport games and scrimmages. The move has some pediatricians frustrated that the focus has been on youth sports, rath…
 
Aircraft hijackings have been rare in recent years. But a half century ago, they were a frequent occurrence. Between 1967 and 1972, 130 commercial airplanes were hijacked in the U.S. alone. That’s according to a newly launched podcast that dives deep into a hijacking in which St. Louis Lambert International Airport plays a starring role. The 10-par…
 
On her good days, 51-year-old Sharon Morrow is out the door pretty early, helping to get food and water to homeless St. Louisans. And for Morrow, who is disabled and also a breast cancer survivor, April 14, 2019, started out as one of those days where she felt healthy enough to do the work. But as St. Louis police officers began arresting a man out…
 
A new local literacy-based children's show dubbed as “the modern, hip-hop Mr. Rogers experience” aims to highlight Black authors and Black protagonists. Four pilot episodes of the Believe Project include appearances by local authors, literacy vignettes of children reciting their favorite books or poems, and creative learning activities for children…
 
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