Best Tupelo podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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The weekly sermons from Origins Church in Tupelo, MS
 
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CityView -
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Elvis Presley was born here. We have the Tupelo Spirit, meaning neighbors take care of neighbors. Join us.
 
Sermons from Brewer United Methodist Church, just south of Tupelo, MS.
 
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Orthodixie
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Fr. Joseph Huneycutt shares both his southern wit and fatherly wisdom with each episode of this podcast.
 
Just a couple of guys sitting around the comic shop discussing the issues... Gotham Central covers every corner of the comic book, movie, and geek universe! And of course, there's always batman!
 
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The Memo
Monthly+
 
A Daily Journal podcast
 
Every week there are new marvels to look for in the outdoors, and Discover Nature highlights these attractions. The Missouri Department of Conservation’s Candice Davis brings us the stories of river otters, luna moths, red buds, and other actors as they take center stage in nature’s theater.
 
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Space Heater
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Space Heater is a music show featuring, typically, 3 songs per episode from bands such as Wilco, Eric Bachmann, Angel Olsen and many more.
 
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Real Pop Culture
Monthly+
 
Real Pop Culture is a variety show that includes everything from:PRO WRESTLINGCOMICSMOVIESTVMUSICUFO's...and everything in between
 
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GI Ceol
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Barbara Nic Dhonnacha interviews bands and musicians from Ireland.
 
KS Radio features grass roots music, interviews, discussions and everything and anything of interest.
 
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Discover Nature this week as you discover the diverse value of our native trees. "As strong as an oak." It's a saying that's spanned generations. Traditionally, we associate oaks and other trees with children's tree houses and as food and shelter for wildlife. But have you ever considered trees as a valuable tool for your financial portfolio? A ...…
 
The Immortal Ross Al Ghul gives a breakdown of updates for Gotham Central!
 
February 14 - February 20 Discover Nature this week as turkey vultures begin arriving to our state. I remember seeing these big birds many times as a child and wondering at the size of them as they circled in the sky. Last year, however, I got an up close look at several of them, when I rounded a turn on one of our many country roads. When you ...…
 
February 7 - February 13 Discover nature this week as freezing nights and thawing days cause maple sap to flow best. The Maple tree is found throughout Missouri, and its leaf was the inspiration for the Canadian flag. This species varies in its leaf shapes and lobe spaces. School children are best at identifying maple trees, as nearly every Mis ...…
 
January 31 - February 6 Discover nature this week as you witness male American goldfinches molt into their bright breeding plumage. In nature, there are beauties and there are annoyances. Sometimes it is hard to see how a sticky thing like a thistle could be in the same arena as a beauty like the American goldfinch. If you filled your birdfeede ...…
 
This Episode we have Master Daniel Pesina A.K.A. Scorpion, Sub Zero, Smoke, Reptile, Noob Saibot, and Johnny Cage from Mortal Kombat I & II.
 
January 24 - January 30 Discover nature this week as you watch for a lucky glimpse of snowy owls in this last full week of January. If food is scarce in the arctic, you just might see them. Known to be the heaviest and most distinctively marked owl of North America, the wingspan of a snowy owl can reach 4-and-a-half to 5 feet. Young males have ...…
 
Looking back: first, ten years; then, past Mary Poppins; all the way to Arius -- even to a dinosaur -- Fr Joseph sings a couple Orthodox ditties, recounts a heretical tune, and concludes with possibly worse!By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Joseph Huneycutt and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
We make a HUGE announcement about a special guest for our next Episode, we talk about our fitness challenge that we're doing, we talk about the new home brew club in Tupelo MS, and lots of other stuff.
 
January 17 - January 23 Discover Nature this week as the Bald Eagle population peaks near open water and big rivers throughout Missouri. Our state welcomes record numbers of bald eagles each winter and it has some of the most spectacular viewing areas in all of the lower 48 states because of the many prime wintering locations for the eagles. So ...…
 
We start out talking about the latest season of Dr Who, then we move on to the Arrowverse crossover, then we talk about our latest homebrew.
 
January 10 - January 16 Discover nature this week as you explore the New Year with a winter hike through the woods. The morning after a new snow is the best time to look for tracks, but a good rain will yield good tracks, too. According to the Missouri Department of Conservation, the easiest place to look for tracks is where two habitats meet, ...…
 
January 3 - January 9 Discover Nature this week as you watch for red-tailed hawks perched along highways, and consider what their presence says about other resident wildlife. Identifying the red-tailed hawk is easy, since the highly-visible rusty-red tail feathers cannot be confused with any other species in Missouri. The red-tailed hawk is a p ...…
 
this week we bring you 2 pod casts in one! Mark and Sean read off their top 10 Christmas movies, then we bring you up to speed with what all is going on with Killjay. The next part is part one of our official "Metallicast" where we discuss all things Metallica!
 
Found across the Eastern and Midwest portion of the United States, the blue jay is a native Missouri songbird. It's a wonderful bird to start with when learning bird identification, especially for children. Jays are conspicuous because of their size and striking color. White patches and black bars highlight the bird's blue wings and tail. And t ...…
 
December 20 - December 26 Discover nature this week and watch for evidence of beavers in your area. Measuring up to four-and-a-half feet long and weighing up to 90 pounds, these animals are classified as the largest rodents in North America. According to the Missouri Department of Conservation, they will be feeding on sapling reserves throughou ...…
 
December 13 - December 19 Discover Nature this week as you learn to identify the Christmas fern in Missouri’s landscape. According to the Missouri Department of Conservation, Christmas ferns will be most visible on woodland slopes this week. Most ferns are annual in Missouri, though the Christmas fern overwinters and adds color to our winter se ...…
 
December 6 - December 12 Discover Nature this week as Missouri’s wildlife den up or hibernate to avoid the cold. Winter is a challenge for wildlife and many species have various methods of surviving the cold. Some animals leave the state and don’t come back until spring. Others find sheltered dens and sleep until spring. Some remain in Missouri ...…
 
November 29 - December 5 Discover Nature this week as Great Horned Owls begin to court. These large, nocturnal birds occur in deep forests, open areas with small woodlots and sometimes in urban areas. According to the Missouri Department of Conservation, Great Horned Owls initiate nesting earlier in the year than any other Missouri native bird. ...…
 
Discover Nature this week and your Thanksgiving turkey. Chances are a turkey will land on your table this week -- a bird simmered in American tradition. The turkey was once so common in America and so well liked, that when United States officials were deciding on a national mascot there was much deliberation between the bald eagle and the turke ...…
 
This ecumenical Thanksgiving tale has developed over the years—in large part thanks to AFR listeners. Enjoy!By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Joseph Huneycutt and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
This episode we have Clint back with us to talk about his adventures at Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta. We talk about the passing of comic legend Stan Lee. This episode does contain mild spoilers for The Walking Dead Season 9.
 
November 15 - November 21 Discover nature this week by making something that will keep you discovering nature all winter long – a bird feeder. According to a Missouri Department of Conservation survey, one and a half million Missourians enjoy bird feeding. Even on the dreariest winter day, watching the freedom and brilliant feathers of a bird i ...…
 
Take an early morning hike in the late autumn air this week and Discover Nature in Missouri’s most fleeting flower - that isn’t really a flower at all. Frost flowers are delicate white blossoms that occur during the first hard frosts each fall when moisture squeezes through cracks in the stem and freezes into frosty Wribbons, rosebuds or other ...…
 
For our 4th and final Halloween season episode we head out to Waverley Mansion in West Point Ms. We have a great time touring the house and grounds and we talk about the legend of the little girl that haunts the house. We do a quick spoiler free review of the new Halloween movie and we have the last of our "lists".…
 
For our 3rd Halloween season Episode we take a break from the paranormal to talk about real life boogeymen. We have our good friend Barry Poole on to talk about serial killers. We also do another good list session and we make a huge announcement about our 4th and final Halloween season Episode coming up soon!…
 
This week we can Discover Nature through conflict management. Fox and Gray squirrels are among the most commonly observed Missouri animals. Because they populate as many towns and cities as they do forests, conflicts occur year-round when humans and squirrels live in close proximity. This time of year, squirrels look for a warm place to avoid t ...…
 
Fr. Joseph, just in time for seasonal tom foolery, recounts his recent pilgrimage to Greece and the Holy Mountain.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Joseph Huneycutt and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
October 25 - October 31 Discover Nature this week as Snow goose populations peak at Missouri’s wetland areas. Snow geese travel through Missouri during their migration from the subarctic and arctic tundra breeding grounds to the coastal marshes, bays and southern wet grasslands where they spend the winter months. These medium sized, gleaming wh ...…
 
This episode we keep the October theme going with #1 Amazon bestselling author, L. Sydney Fisher. She tells us all about her books and her Haunted History tours. We also read some listener submitted horror movie lists.
 
October 18 - October 24 Discover Nature this week as bald cypress and tupelo gum trees add their colors to Missouri’s fall landscape. Both the bald cypress and the tupelo are romantic trees, often associated with dark, mysterious swamps. The tupelo has full, graceful foliage, with oval shaped leaves that have a few randomly placed teeth. Though ...…
 
John 15:1-11Jesus wants us to bear fruit, but that's not our primary task. If we abide in Christ through faith and discipline, God the Father will prune us so that we bear much good fruit that lasts.
 
The road to one hundred comes to an amazing finish. The majority of this episode was recorded at our 100th Episode Celebration at Arcadia Comics & Collectibles. We talk to our friends in the Bearded Villains, we talk to Robbie Ross, Clint Ritter, the CFO of Arcadia Comics, and the "Twisted Southern Horror Queen" Author Lyn Gibson…
 
October 11 - October 17 Discover nature this week as American wigeon, pintail and gadwall ducks migrate through Missouri. Waterfowl identification is a popular and growing recreation activity in the U.S. The key to the sport is knowing the characteristics to look for so you can quickly determine what species you’re looking at. Once ducks are sp ...…
 
John 14:1-12In Jesus' final words to his disciples, he expounds on his identity as he shows them the way to the Father. We already know he is the living water, he is the Bread of Life, he is the Light of the World, he's the Shepherd that seeks and saves those who get lost, and now he tells us that he is the route itself to the Father. He is eve ...…
 
This week join Drew and Nick as they chat Joker, DC Streaming, Marvel TV, and well... Batman's uncensored mishap...
 
on Episode "100 Eve" we discuss the upcoming 100th Episode Celebration, we do a segment called Real Pop Culture Year One where we discuss the podcast origin and we have another great "Round the Bar" session.
 
This week Mike and Drew sit down live at the cincinnati comic expo to talk comics, cons, and open up their $15 "mystery boxes"... (one of them does pretty well)
 
This episode marks the return of legendary comic book writer and co creator of BANE, Chuck Dixon. We've got all the details about our up and coming 100th episode celebration and we have another great "Round the Bar" segment.
 
The sleepiest versions of Mike and Nick that you'll ever encounter. They battle fatigue to bring you this week's episode!
 
Another good "round the bar" talk where we cover everything from urban legends and exploding soda cans to Batman and Pennywise.
 
Nick and Mike chat with Nick's brother and review the new Gotham by Gaslight movie as well as preview this week's comics.
 
Fr Joseph (with help from the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, and Beck) fears his upcoming trip to Mount Athos. I mean, if you were him, wouldn't you?By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Joseph Huneycutt and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Join Drew as he welcomes special guest Thomas Carpenter to the show! We cover the latest news, reviews, and of course what to pick up at the shop this week!
 
Mike and Nick rifle through their collections to compare their ten favorite comics that they own. *There were some internet connectivity issues during the recording of this episode so please excuse a couple of awkward moments. **Please note the relative use of the term "awkward moments" in the previous addendum.…
 
Drew, Mike, and Nick attempt to recap Comic Con with the usual distractions taking place. Lots of stuff discussed, not too many spoilers. Apologies for a few technical difficulties, Nick had to leave mid-podcast and Mike's mic crapped out at the 1h 2m mark and it switches to a lower quality.
 
Nick and Mike take preliminary and ill-informed guesses about the forthcoming revelations from Comic-Con 2018. They also discuss Ant-Man & The Wasp as well as their pulls for July 18th.
 
We have another listener call in and yet another "round the bar" session where we talk about a bunch of cool stuff. We also have frogs.
 
Join Mike and Drew this week as they discuss the 50th issue of Batman, and give some A's to your Q's.
 
An audio snapshot of CSR Session One, 2018—with the complete Serenade Night (beginning at 29:07). Ya Boy!By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Joseph Huneycutt and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
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