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First Coast Connect is an hour-long call-in program that features local newsmakers, civic and community leaders, arts, activities across Jacksonville and Northeast Florida, along with spot news features and a weekly roundtable of local journalists.
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What's Health Got to Do with It? is a weekly talk program that examines where healthcare intersects with daily life, and will help guide the listeners through an increasingly convoluted medical bureaucracy. These days, health is a lot more than Googling the latest medical breakthrough or seeing your doctor. Staying healthy when you are well and getting healthy when you are sick means knowing how to interact and navigate an incredibly complex healthcare system.
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Untold Stories

WJCT Public Media & the Florida Theatre

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Untold Stories is a captivating live oral storytelling series that offers a platform for Northeast Florida residents to share their unique and inspiring experiences with the world. From artists and tradespeople to shopkeepers and professors, everyone has a story to tell, and Untold Stories provides a space for these narratives to be heard. Join us as we explore the vibrant tapestry of life in Northeast Florida, one story at a time. Untold Stories is produced live on stage by the Florida Thea ...
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Bygone Jax: Our Unsung History

Brendan Rivers, Tammy Cherry

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The city of Jacksonville turned 200 in 2022, but how much do Jaxsons really know about their city’s history? Bygone Jax: Our Unsung History, a podcast from WJCT Public Media, highlights some of the lesser known or little explored stories from the River City’s past.In Episodes 1 and 2, we take listeners back to March of 1863, when two regiments of Black Union soldiers were sent to Jacksonville to occupy the city for the third time during the Civil War. Their mission: pester Confederate troops ...
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Hear what Florida is talking about each week with newsmakers and journalists discussing issues defining the Sunshine State, hosted by Tom Hudson.This show is co-produced by WLRN in Miami and WUSF in Tampa.Ways To ConnectX: @FloridaRoundup(305) 995-1800Subscribe to the podcastiTunes
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Odd Ball Podcast

WJCT Public Media

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Odd Ball is a story about a UFO investigation, a mansion in the woods and how one shiny object sent a Jacksonville, Florida family into hiding. Each week host Lindsey Kilbride dives deeper into the 1974 mystery of the "Betz sphere."
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VOIDCAST

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The VOIDCAST is a musical journey through Northeast Florida. Hosted by editor of Void magazine Matt Shaw, The VOIDCAST cuts through the digital noise and subverts the algorithms taking listeners through the past and present with the help of local musicians, producers, and the people who lived local music history. Get a peek into the Allman Brothers Band’s formative period in Jacksonville. Meet the locals making music alone in their bedrooms — including one who scored a big record deal. And h ...
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In this episode of Untold Stories, Mary Strickland takes us on a compelling journey through her life, from her childhood in the 1950s to her present-day challenges. Growing up in a large family in Somerset, New Jersey, Mary was determined to carve out a different path for herself. She pursued a nursing career, only to realize she wanted more respec…
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In this powerful episode of Untold Stories, Alexis Alexander shares her deeply moving journey of caregiving, from supporting her mother through terminal illnesses to donating a kidney. She recounts her challenges and triumphs, including a transformative trip to Jamaica and how she found a renewed sense of self and purpose in Jacksonville. Alexis's …
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Having conquered Jacksonville, Kalem turns its attention to an entirely different battlefield when it begins specializing in Civil War films told from the Southern perspective. But changes in the movie industry and Florida’s rapidly shifting political landscape spell the end — not only for the company itself, but also for Jacksonville’s burgeoning …
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