Best Washington Heights podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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A poet and self-described literary activist, E. Ethelbert Miller attended Howard University in 1968 — the age in which Black Power was finding its voice. He has remained there ever since, observing and making sense of the trajectory of black history and culture. He pushes at the parameters within which mainstream America routinely sees what he calls "blackness."Krista's unedited conversation with E. Ethelbert Miller. He is a poet and literary activist. Krista spoke with him on January 22, 20 ...
 
Prominent Washington correspondents discuss topics making headlines around the world.
 
Prominent Washington correspondents discuss topics making headlines around the world.
 
Podcast of the teachings from gatherings of Everyday Church in New York City. For more information visit: everydaycc.com
 
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Fantasy Tailgaters
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The Official Podcast of the Washington Heights Fantasy Football League hosted by Commish and the Big Bear. We take on the real issues such as politics, the economy, and make believe teams made out of real players who compete against each other in a fight for absolutely nothing.
 
Enterprise Middle School received the 2018 ASCD Whole Child Award in Washington and the 2018 Global "Class Act Award" for its award winning culture. By creating a culture of kindness, service, and empathy we've taken student leadership to an epic level. We invite you to join in this student-led journey where we explore Character, Excellence, and Community with some of the best leadership minds. We'll be sharing interviews with authors, educators, experts, and even other leadership students a ...
 
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The World Unpacked
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DiploPod is now the World Unpacked! We're a weekly foreign policy podcast, hosted by Jen Psaki, that breaks down the hottest global issues of today with experts, journalists, and policymakers who can explain what is happening, why it matters, and where we go from here. Tune in to get smart on foreign policy.
 
About Me: I'm a happily Married and The Party is great when you party with Nyc Dj.MannyManny. Dj MannyManny is one of New York City’s most exciting dj. Born and raised in Washington Heights in Upper Manhattan. Dj Manny brings a blend and style of music that range from Salsa to Merengue, Hiphop & R+B, Reggaeton,Bachata, Disco, Freestyle and House. Dj Manny is a favorite amongst the young Latin fans in NYC. He has been involved in the music scene here since 1978. Manny got the inspiration of d ...
 
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Atlas Avenue Beat
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Follow the adventures of P.I. James Locke as he interrogates criminals, solves cases, and fights crime in this comedy detective noir.
 
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Encounter Sermons
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Every week, we will upload the sermon from the previous week.
 
Historians have ranked U.S. presidents on leadership, economic management, and pursuing justice, but they have never asked themselves who is the best fighter. This show will change all that. Hosted by two history professors—James Early and Scott Rank—this is an NCAA-style tournament in which all presidents fight each other one-on-one until there is one champion. James and Scott narrate each of these 44 fights by comparing the physical abilities of each president (height, weight, etc.), milit ...
 
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Inland Journal
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Inland Journal is a half-hour public affairs program that includes news features and interviews produced by SPR staff, reporters from the Northwest News Network (N3) and others. The program has a regional focus that reflects the broad listening area of Spokane Public Radio.
 
Trinity Grace Church is a family of neighborhood churches in New York City committed to joining God in the renewal of all things. These sermons from our Washington Heights parish explore what it means to follow Christ within the cultural context of New York City. Visit tgcwashingtonheights.com for more information.
 
A neighborhood radio show focusing on the lively upper Manhattan neighborhoods of Washington Heights and Inwood hosted by Carolina and Claudio
 
Washington Heights Free Radio is a noncommercial, all-volunteer, freeform community radio station based in Washington Heights, NYC.
 
The BAN Radio Literary Program aims to support the African American community and to show people, through the radio show, that African American writers are more than just a niche. We bring wonderful stories to the minds and imaginations of everyone! We have stories to tell, using our voice and our experiences, that cross all races and cultures. Join us on Monday and Wednesday Nights, 8-10 pm EST. BECOME A GUEST ON THE SHOW. Go here to sign up today: http://www.edc-creations.com/banradiopromo.htm
 
Welcome to the official podcast of Columbia Heights Assembly, Longview, Washington. Visit us at columbiaheights.org. Join us Sundays at 10:30 am for worship. See you soon!
 
Recordings of sermons preached at Terrace Heights Baptist Church in Yakima, Washington by Pastor David Wells and other guests.
 
Audio Books from the Public Domain
 
A podcast series of the 2005 Elder Football Season
 
Stories from a global learning community of city pastors, church planters, and ministry practitioners, committed to joining God in the renewal of our cities. For additional information and resources, please visit us online at www.citycollective.org
 
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Listen to a panel of Washington’s most notable journalists as they discuss the week's headlines beginning with a historic battle between the White House and Congress. Join moderator Paul Brandus, of USA Today and West Wing Reports, Steve Goldstein, Washington Bureau Chief for MarketWatch, and Jonathan Broder, Contributing Editor at Newsweek as ...…
 
Listen to a panel of Washington’s most notable journalists as they discuss the week's headlines beginning with a historic battle between the White House and Congress. Join moderator Paul Brandus, of USA Today and West Wing Reports, Steve Goldstein, Washington Bureau Chief for MarketWatch, and Jonathan Broder, Contributing Editor at Newsweek as ...…
 
In 1989, the Michigan congressman John Conyers introduced H.R. 40, also known as the Commission to Study Reparation Proposals for African-Americans Act. It would have empanelled a group of experts to consider how America might make reparations to the descendants of slaves. The bill died in committee, and then died repeatedly as Conyers reintrod ...…
 
Late in the Civil War, the Union general William T. Sherman confiscated four hundred thousand acres of land from Confederate planters and ordered it redistributed, in forty-acre lots, to formerly enslaved people—a promise revoked by President Andrew Johnson almost as soon as it was made. More than a hundred and fifty years later, the debate on ...…
 
Carolyn Burke discusses her new book, Foursome: Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Strand, Rebecca Salsbury, which documents the intense relationship among four seminal artists.
 
This week, two stories from school days just in time for summer vacation. Hosted by: Dame Wilburn Storytellers: Joanna Courteau, Gabe Mollica
 
Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we look at a new report about the challenges that women and children face in Spokane County. The study was put together by the group Women Helping Women, using data collected by the Spokane Regional Health District. It touches on issues of generational poverty and trauma, the lack of child care availability ...…
 
Guest host Kate Burton presents four works reflecting on the experience of war. Lieutenant Colonel Chris Cohoes emailed his young sons while serving in Afghanistan. Matthew Modine reads one of his notes. A black soldier fights for independence during the Revolutionary War. Ruben Santiago-Hudson reads “A Soldier for the Crown” by Charles Johnson ...…
 
When Julie Lindahl discovered that her grandfather had been an active member of the German SS, she decided to return to the scene of his crimes. But her grandmother made things difficult. Julie Lindahl has written a book about her experience: The Pendulum: A Granddaughter's Search for her Family's Forbidden Nazi Past. A version of this story wa ...…
 
Some family stories are better than true, they are history.
 
Young Glynn is trying to keep up appearances at school, despite his family’s hardships. Then his house goes up in flames.You
 
Dr. Robert Jan van Pelt and Paul Salmons discuss curating the new exhibit at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, “Auschwitz: Not long ago. Not far away.” The exhibit is open now through January 3, 2020.
 
Author Casey Cep tells the story behind her new book, Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee. In the book, Cep unravels the mystery surrounding Harper Lee's first and only work of nonfiction, and the shocking true crimes at the center of it. EVENT: Cep will be in conversation with Patrick Radden Keefe at Books Are Magic ...…
 
1. Quiet is Best When Julie Lindahl discovered that her grandfather had been an active member of the German SS, she decided to return to the scene of his crimes. But her grandmother made things difficult. Julie Lindahl has written a book about her experience: The Pendulum: A Granddaughter's Search for her Family's Forbidden Nazi Past. Producer: ...…
 
The Trump administration has been has been ratcheting up the pressure on Iran over the past few weeks. As Trump and Zarif trade insults on Twitter, the United States has accused Iranian proxies of firing a missile into Baghdad and sabotaging oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Washington has responded by deploying an aircraft carrier and bombers t ...…
 
The Trump administration has been has been ratcheting up the pressure on Iran over the past few weeks. As Trump and Zarif trade insults on Twitter, the United States has accused Iranian proxies of firing a missile into Baghdad and sabotaging oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Washington has responded by deploying an aircraft carrier and bombers t ...…
 
I wanted to read a masterpiece but this is just a book. Karen Russell is the author of Orange World and other books. She has received a MacArthur Fellowship and a Guggenheim Fellowship and lives in Oregon with her husband and son. Her other books include: St. Lucy's Home for Girls Raised by Wolves, Swamplandia!, Vampires in the Lemon Grove and ...…
 
When Josh Healey learns some unexpected news from his girlfriend, his first thought...is of Grandma Barbara and Grandma Henrietta.Performed Live by Josh Healey at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.Music written by Alex Mandel and performed by the Snap Players Alex Mandel, Tim Frick and David Brandt
 
Safiya Sinclair joins Kevin Young to read and discuss Natalie Diaz's poem "From the Desire Field" and her own poem "Gospel of the Misunderstood." Sinclair is the author of the poetry collection "Cannibal" and the forthcoming memoir "How to Say Babylon."
 
True Allegiance Sometimes, living as a creative minority means that our principles and beliefs will come in direct opposition to the way of life of the age. We see this happen in the book of Daniel in several occasions, where Daniel and his friends are condemned to death because of their faithfulness to God. How do we respond in those situation ...…
 
The woods at night. Garrett Crowe is a writer and podcast producer. Check out his work here. And follow him @crowegarrett. Join the "10 Things That Scare Me" conversation, and tell us your fears at 10thingspodcast.org.
 
Every day, billions of people perform vital, life sustaining chemistry right in their homes! Baking, frying, boiling, fermenting… all cooking is science, and the way it weaves into our lives and cultures makes it uniquely fascinating! Join us this week to learn why the heck there’s iodine in your salt, what happens if you forget where in the bo ...…
 
Ben Lerner reads his story from the May 27, 2019, issue of the magazine. Lerner is the author of the novels "Leaving the Atocha Station" and "10:04," as well as three books of poetry. His third novel, "The Topeka School," from which this story was adapted, will be published in October.
 
60 Minutes correspondent and former CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley, now the author of Truth Worth Telling: A Reporter's Search for Meaning in the Stories of Our Times (Hanover Square Press, 2019) talks about the importance of a free press through the stories of individuals he has interviewed in his 45 years in journalism.…
 
On this Memorial Day episode, we remember Air Force Sgt. Leonard Matlovich, who was the first soldier to challenge the military's ban on gay servicemembers. We also hear from LGBTQ veterans on the discrimination they faced while in the service.
 
Despite winning a Grammy for her song “Passionate Kisses,” which was performed by Mary Chapin Carpenter, Lucinda Williams spent many years overlooked by the music industry: she was too country for rock, too rock for country. In 1998, American music caught up to her, and her album “Car Wheels on a Gravel Road” broke through. The staff writer Ari ...…
 
The internal, administrative trial of police officer Daniel Pantaleo is ongoing. In 2015, Pantaleo, an officer for the New York Police Department, placed Eric Garner in a chokehold. According to the medical examiner, the choke hold led to an asthma attack, which led to a heart attack. Garner died in 2015 after yelling "I can't breathe" 11 times ...…
 
Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we follow up on last week’s Washington state HIV conference in Spokane. The treatment of HIV has come a long way in more than 30 years and the results of contracting the virus have changed considerably. Whereas at one time, HIV led to certain death, now it’s more of a chronic disease that can be managed.…
 
Paul awakens to find Jimmyjong still missin'! Wherever could he be?? Paul jumps out of bed and decides to investigate. Too bad he gets instantly distracted by a bird which leads him to the countryside where he runs out of gas. Things don't seem to going too well, until Paul stumbles upon a nice Amish woman who has a knack for makin' pies and he ...…
 
Paul awakens to find Jimmyjong still missin'! Wherever could he be?? Paul jumps out of bed and decides to investigate. Too bad he gets instantly distracted by a bird which leads him to the countryside where he runs out of gas. Things don't seem to going too well, until Paul stumbles upon a nice Amish woman who has a knack for makin' pies and he ...…
 
What it's like to be momentarily big on the small screen.
 
Darren Ellwein was the 2017 Digital Principal of the Year from South Middle School, in Harrisburg South Dakota and a cutting edge leader, speaker, and blogger. He’s the Co-Author of “The Revolution: It’s Time to Empower Change in our Schools.” Additionally, Alex is the Miss Mount Rushmore USA Ambassador Jr Teen for 2019. Alex is a passionate st ...…
 
Listen to a panel of prominent Washington journalists as they discuss the week's headlines including the U.S. trade war with China, and it’s possible impact on the global economy. Join moderator Paul Brandus, of USA Today and West Wing Reports, Tracy Wilkinson of Los Angeles Times, and Richard Latendresse, of TVA Nouvelles, as they discuss thes ...…
 
Listen to a panel of prominent Washington journalists as they discuss the week's headlines including the U.S. trade war with China, and it’s possible impact on the global economy. Join moderator Paul Brandus, of USA Today and West Wing Reports, Tracy Wilkinson of Los Angeles Times, and Richard Latendresse, of TVA Nouvelles, as they discuss thes ...…
 
James Taylor’s songs are so familiar that they seem to have always existed. Onstage at the New Yorker Festival, in 2010, Taylor peeled back some of his influences—the Beatles, Bach, show tunes, and Antônio Carlos Jobim—and played a few of his hits, even giving the staff writer Adam Gopnik a quick lesson.…
 
It feels like every day someone new announces they are running for President. But Andrew Yang, the founder of the fellowship program for recent college graduates Venture for America, was one of the first to declare. If elected, he says he would implement a universal basic income, meaning that every American citizen over 18 years of age would ge ...…
 
Five women, one husband and one goal in life... to get to the Celestial Kingdom. Producer: Tyler Measom & Adizah Eghan Original Score and Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio
 
This week, we host two great American songwriters. James Taylor signed to the Beatles’ Apple Records at the tender age of 19, and has been a huge presence in American pop since 1970. Lucinda Williams’s work was overlooked by the music industry for many years before she emerged in the nineteen-nineties as a touchstone for a new generation of Ame ...…
 
James Taylor’s songs are so familiar that they seem to have always existed. Onstage at the New Yorker Festival, in 2010, Taylor peeled back some of his influences—the Beatles, Bach, show tunes, and Antônio Carlos Jobim—and played a few of his hits, even giving the staff writer Adam Gopnik a quick lesson.…
 
Despite winning a Grammy for her song “Passionate Kisses,” which was performed by Mary Chapin Carpenter, Lucinda Williams spent many years overlooked by the music industry: she was too country for rock, too rock for country. In 1998, American music caught up to her, and her album “Car Wheels on a Gravel Road” broke through. The staff writer Ari ...…
 
This week, Dan introduces a new host to the Moth Podcast, long-time Moth family member Dame Wilburn. The two discuss hosting shows for the Moth and present stories from their respective homes of New York and Detroit. Hosted by: Dan Kennedy, Dame Wilburn Storytellers: Isabelle Raphael, Michelle Robertson…
 
What do you do when someone you love makes a terrible mistake? Hanna presents one of her favorite episodes from the latest season of Embedded, that explores how far one woman will go to save her brother's life.
 
Former New York Yankees pitcher David Cone and author Jack Curry join us to discuss their new book, Full Count: The Education of a Pitcher.
 
Guest host Jane Kaczmarek presents works celebrating dance. A domineering mother uses an evening at the ballet to find fault in "My Mother Explains the Ballet to Me,” by Jesse Eisenberg, performed by Patricia Kalember. A pioneering African-American dancer remembers an audition in “Léonide Massine,” by Janet Collins, performed by Carmen de Laval ...…
 
Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we talk with retiring Avista CEO Scott Morris. In October, Morris will hand over the top job in the company to Avista President Dennis Vermillion and become the non-executive chairman of Avista’s board until next March. Then he’ll leave the company.By Doug Nadvornick.
 
President Trump said the Islamic State was defeated after they lost the last territory of their self-declared caliphate. But then they claimed credit for the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka, and elusive ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi appeared for the first time in five years, in a video praising the attack. Is ISIS really beaten, or are t ...…
 
President Trump said the Islamic State was defeated after they lost the last territory of their self-declared caliphate. But then they claimed credit for the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka, and elusive ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi appeared for the first time in five years, in a video praising the attack. Is ISIS really beaten, or are t ...…
 
The marionettes in my mom’s bedroom. Sarah Duckett is a mechanical engineer in Boston, Massachusetts. Join the "10 Things That Scare Me" conversation, and tell us your fears at 10thingspodcast.org.
 
The walls close in on Evan, and new revelations shed light on the short, sad career of Wesley Stern.Performed by Chris Cafero, Eli James, Joanna Bradley, Margaret Burrus, Keith Rubin, Michael Cullen, Lila Newman, Rich Armstead, Liz Leimkuhler, Hunter Nelson, Will Martinez, Elana Fishbein, Louis Kornfeld, Ariel Gitlin, Erin Bartley, Jessica Morg ...…
 
John Darnielle has been writing and recording songs as the Mountain Goats since 1991. He’s released 17 studio albums, and also written two books of fiction. In April 2019, the Mountain Goats released the album In League with Dragons, and in this episode, John Darnielle breaks down a song from it, called Cadaver-Sniffing Dog. We’ll hear his orig ...…
 
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