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NPR's Mountain Stage

West Virginia Public Broadcasting

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The Mountain Stage Podcast is the complete recording of the entire live show. It features songs that were cut from the radio broadcast, and it is the only place you can hear the full finale song. New episodes become available about 10 days after the premiere broadcast date. We have Spring and Fall seasons of new broadcasts, so if you heard a recent show but don’t see it at the top of the feed, just scroll back a few weeks or use the search function to find a specific artist.
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Welcome to The Queer Collective Podcast, your go-to destination for all things queer and fabulous! Join hosts Emily and Karbon every week as they take you on a journey through the latest and greatest topics in the LGBTQ+ community. From politics and social issues to juicy gossip in pop culture, relationships, and entertainment, we've got you covered with insightful and entertaining discussions that will leave you craving for more. Our podcast provides a safe and inclusive space for all queer ...
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Tiny Desk Concerts from NPR Music feature your favorite musicians performing at All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen's desk in the NPR office. Hear Wilco, Adele, Passion Pit, Tinariwen, Miguel, The xx and many more. This is the audio version of the podcast. A video version is also available.
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VIBErations Podcast

VIBEHK - Gaz Brightman

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I’m Gaz Brightman and I run VIBE Book and Music Shop in Mui Wo on Lantau Island in Hong Kong These podcasts have 3 purposes:- 1. To promote VIBE Book & Music Shop in Hong Kong 2. To interview local people with businesses or good stories to tell 3. To promote local authors books, musicians Tiny Desk gigs at VIBE and our other services
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Imagination Casserole

Braxton Hyde & Ethan Abegglen

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Imagine for a moment you are in a cozy little shoe closet, lit with an old desk lamp on a cracked table. There's a tiny trash can on the floor, his name is E2940, or E2 for short. Can you picture the setting? Now imagine your two loud, annoying, sometimes kind of funny friends are there. Welcome to Imagination Casserole.
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Since launching in 2000, All Songs Considered has been NPR's flagship program for music discovery, artist interviews and conversations with friends and fellow music lovers about the really big questions, like what was the best decade for music, are there albums everyone can agree on, and what do you put on when you need a good cry? Weekly, with host Robin Hilton and the NPR Music family.
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Gain insights from the business of music, media, and culture. Trapital founder Dan Runcie and various experts break down the companies and moguls who start the trends that shape the business world. Learn more at https://trapital.co/pod
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Art Church

Angela Norman

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Art Church is a meditation podcast for artists and creatives designed to help you build a small but mighty ritual around preparing to enter your studio, whether that might be a writing desk or easel in the corner of your living room, a tiny sketchbook you carry around in your pocket, or an entire kitchen, workshop, or dance hall. In this first season, we’ll be calling your creative self home, exploring and tending your internal creative spaces, and unlocking your creative radiance in bite-si ...
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HARDCORE CHITCHAT. RE: THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS. A variety freeform conversation podcast centered around compelling individuals hosted by Mackin Carroll (songwriter). The neurotic, candid ramblings extend from the personal and the profane to the spiritual and the cerebral. Creative hearts and minds gather on this one-of-a-kind programme for silliness, curiosity, and art. (a la Maron, Harmontown, DTFH, Tiny Desk, and Spontaneanation) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Award-winning journalist Vicki Gonzalez hosts daily interviews with community leaders, advocates, experts, artists and more to provide background and understanding on breaking news, big events, politics and culture in the Sacramento region and beyond.
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The global Latinx community is evolving and growing fast. Alt.Latino is here to celebrate it and all of its nuances through music. Each episode, NPR Music's Felix Contreras and Anamaria Sayre sit down with a different living legend or rising star to discuss Latinx culture, heritage, and the shared borders of our experiences. Let the chisme begin! Support NPR and get your music exploration sponsor-free with Alt.Latino+. Learn more at plus.npr.org/nprmusic
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In a continued effort to provide relevant, interesting and engaging programming to our statewide audience, MPB Think Radio provides Mississippi Edition, a weekday news magazine program. Mississippi Edition, hosted by Desare Frazier, features the latest news of the day and interviews with the people who are making the news themselves. The program not only provides Mississippi news but also addresses the ways that national and world news affects our state. Desare Frazier as she shares the late ...
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Welcome to the show where nothing is off the table. "The SmokePit" is a place where we talk about any and everything. From celebrities acting out on social media, to serious social topics. We even have the occasional "One Gotta Go" debates as well as monthly brackets that members of our group participate in. Yes, ladies and gents, welcome to 'The SmokePit' where we stay talking about things that would come up at your job's watercooler or smoke pit. Feel free to join in the weekly conversatio ...
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Boobah rhymes with Tuba

Paul Emmett & Nathan Lee

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Paul and Nathan discuss two rhyming words suggested by listeners each week. Come for the rhymes, stay for the inexplicable tangents. Presented by Paul Emmett & Nathan Lee. Theme music ‘Tin Pan Alley’ by Dan Barton. Executive Producer: Em Shell.
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Rock That Doesn’t Roll looks at how Christian music shaped the world we're living in now by telling individual stories from the peak era of the contemporary Christian music industry. In the 80s, 90s and early 2000s CCM grew into a billion dollar business that affected millions of evangelical young people. Through interviews with artists, industry players and average fans we trace the long-lasting personal, cultural and political impact of sometimes cringe-worthy music. Expect hilarious momen ...
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Chaos Considered

Chaos Considered

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The world is a weird, wacky, wonderful place! In this podcast Emily Roberts scrounges up the most chaotic stories she can find and Claire Middeke responds with positive tales of hope and wonder. Join Emily and Claire every other Wednesday to explore topics of science, history, pop culture, and more! Music: Funk it How it is by Tobias Weber
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My Name is Weezer

Campfire Media

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You know you love…probably two Weezer records, but did you know that they recorded like a billion songs? Friends and comedians Jen Kleinrock and Patrick Ehlers learn about themselves and each other through Weezer’s vast catalogue.
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Turning This Car Around

Lex Friedman, John Moltz and Jon Armstrong

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America's number one best and favorite podcast about fatherhood hosted by Lex Friedman, John Moltz and Jon Armstrong. Turning This Car Around is a podcast about parenthood from three dads, Lex Friedman, John Moltz and Jon Armstrong. You can follow us collectively on Twitter as @ttcashow Follow us on Tumblr! Lex Friedman is the Chief Revenue Officer at ART19. He is a pretty important guy in the world of podcasting. He's also a writer; he authored humor books like The Snuggie Sutra and The Kid ...
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Less Talk About It is the podcast that brings you compelling and comical conversation from some amazing people. Hosted by Thee J.Rachelle, LTA is your favorite podcast and you don't even know it yet. The best part about is... all episodes are 25 MINUTES or less. Stay tuned.
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So we switching it up. We're going to be discussing kpop but we're mainly going to talk about what's really going on in the world right now. Yeah it's going to get serious but we're still going to have a good time. Stay tuned...
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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sb3/subscribe Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/sb3/subscribe Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/sb3/subscribe A journey through the Spiritual Awakening of mankind. In this journey we explain the unknown and travel to new dimensions.Transformation is our being, we use alchemy of thought.
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NPR Tiny Desk is 15 years old and arguably stronger than ever. It helped Usher perform at the Super Bowl. It helped Tank and the Bangas break through to a Grammy nomination. And it elevated the perception of artists like T-Pain and Mac Miller. But how does Tiny Desk maintain its influence? Any company can host a stripped-down acoustic series for ar…
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Elk Grove moves forward on relocating the Sacramento Zoo. Also, a survivor of the Oct. 7 Hamas attack speaks in Folsom. Finally, Sacramento musician The Philharmonik’s “Tiny Desk” submission. Elk Grove’s Vote on Sacramento Zoo The Sacramento Zoo’s highly-anticipated move to Elk Grove has officially received the green light. Last night, the Elk Grov…
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What's good, Pitmasters?! Da homie, Mac aka YaBoy is here on this First Friday to help usher in good vibes this weekend by talking about a few things that stood out during his weekly scrub of Willow Smith's internet... 1.) Prom Send Offs...Why Are They a Thing? (10:32) 2.) Willow Smith's Tiny Desk Concert (37:00) 3.) Who's Manz: Ryan Walters (OK Sc…
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This year's legislative plans to expand Medicaid have died in Mississippi. Then, NPR’s Tiny Desk has a new series host and producer-- Bobby Carter – Who got his start in radio at Jackson State University. Plus, a new billboard campaign seeks to de-stigmatize HIV. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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I speak with singer-songwriter and mixed media artist Andrew Combs on the eve of his first solo gallery show (at Julia Martin Gallery in Nashville) about what it means to him in the context of a career spent largely in song and on stage. From touring with Kacey Musgraves to performing a set on perhaps the greatest taste-making venue ever — Tiny Des…
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It's the 10th annual Tiny Desk contest and there's been a strong showing of Latin artists behind desks across the United States and Puerto Rico. Felix and Ana sifted through all the entries and pulled their favorites from artists with roots all across the Americas. And if one of them ends up winning, you can thank us for the introduction. Songs fea…
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NPR Music's Stephen Thompson and Hazel Cills discuss new releases by Billie Eilish, Portishead's Beth Gibbons and Rapsody. Featured albums: - Billie Eilish, 'Hit Me Hard and Soft' - Rapsody, 'Please Don't Cry' - Beth Gibbons, 'Lives Outgrown' Other notable albums out May 17: - Shellac, 'To All Trains' - The Avett Brothers, 'The Avett Brothers' - V/…
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It's National Mental Health Action Day, and experts are sharing how Mississippians can get in touch with the assistance they -- or a loved one --- may need. Then, the state public service commission undid a solar panel incentive program, a move environmentalists say is short-sighted and could violate the law. Plus, it's National Prevention Week. Wh…
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An update to Sacramento’s city-sanctioned homeless encampment Camp Resolution. Also, President Biden expands Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument. Finally, “Bike Fest” along the American River Parkway. Camp Resolution Update One year ago, the city of Sacramento signed a first-of-its-kind lease for those experiencing homelessness, providing cit…
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Cody Duncum is a director and cinematographer working out of Nashville. His latest effort, a short film called Where the Bullets Go, has been busy on the film festival circuit, with official selections at the The Appalachian Film Festival, Filmfort, the Oxford Film Festival, IFF Boston, and more. An in-demand cinematographer, he’s worked behind the…
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Incarceration rates are high in Mississippi, and the state legislature did little this year to address it according to prison reform advocates. Then, Mississippi turned down federal food assistance funding. How are families and food banks planning to move forward? Plus, Mississippi has been named the home of Southern Soul Music. Hosted on Acast. Se…
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Yolo and Solano counties issue a health advisory about bird flu present in raw milk and raw dairy products. Also, the push to bring back Oak Park’s public library. Finally, the Terra Madre Americas inaugural food festival is in Sacramento. Bird Flu Warning in Raw Milk The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (H5N1) has been spreading across the United…
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Ana and Felix collect their favorite recent releases from the past few months, including new material from the breakout regional band Grupo Frontera, a country/Latin cross-over in the music of Wyatt Flores, a new song from groundbreaking rapper Mala Rodriguez and more. Songs featured in this episode: •Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66, "Mas Que Nada" •Lui…
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Ana and Felix collect their favorite recent releases from the past few months, including new material from the breakout regional band Grupo Frontera, a country/Latin cross-over in the music of Wyatt Flores, a new song from groundbreaking rapper Mala Rodriguez and more. Songs featured in this episode: •Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66, "Mas Que Nada" •Lui…
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Mississippi has one of the highest rates of death from traumatic brain injuries, according to new CDC data. Then, we re-visit the town of Rolling Fork, where residents are still working to rebuild from last year's devastating tornado. Plus, a new memoir shares the story of a black man and his great-grandfather who had to flee Mississippi because of…
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How Gov. Newsom wants to close the state’s budget shortfall. Also, upcoming updates to Sacramento International Airport. Finally, the Strawberry Music Festival in Grass Valley. Unpacking California’s May Revise The State Legislature has until June 15 to pass a balanced budget. On Friday, Gov. Gavin Newsom put forward his revised budget - commonly k…
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We update our running list of the year's best songs with new ones from Dominic Fike, WILLOW, Kamasi Washington, Illuminati Hotties and more. Featured artists and songs: 1. WILLOW: "run!" from 'empathogen' 2. Dominic Fike: "hi grace" from '14 minutes' 3. Kamasi Washington, George Clinton & D Smoke: "Get Lit," from 'Fearless Movement' 4. Illuminati H…
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Organizations that spent months advocating for Medicaid expansion are looking ahead to 2025 after efforts failed during this year's legislative session. Then, a national workplace safety group says two Mississippi companies are among the nation's most dangerous. Plus, a new book seeks to inspire young black women to be the best version of themselve…
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An investigation into the private security forces patrolling California’s unhoused residents. Also, a new trail guide for the Lower American River. Finally, “Music at Noon” to celebrate its 1,000th performance. Investigation into Homeless Private Security California’s homeless population has spiked nearly 40% in the past five years. With that surge…
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