Best gpb podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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GPB News Podcast
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Updated throughout the day, this podcast features Georgia Public Broadcasting's Radio News Team. Our reporters give you the latest statewide news and features from all across the state.
 
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Political Rewind
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The political game in Georgia is more dynamic than ever. From local elected officials to state and federal government, we're facing complicated issues. On "Political Rewind" we take the time to break down these issues, speaking directly to the decision makers. We not only get you caught up on the week that was in state politics, but we look ahead so that you will stay informed.
 
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Just Off The Radar
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From Folk to Techno and everything in between, Just Off The Radar has been playing the best in eclectic, modern pop since 2003. Heard weekly across the Georgia Public Broadcasting network, host Joe Silva lovingly curates an ongoing assortment of fresh new music, insightful interviews, and live in-studio performances.
 
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Just Off The Radar
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From Folk to Techno and everything in between, Just Off The Radar has been playing the best in eclectic, modern pop since 2003. Heard weekly across the Georgia Public Broadcasting network, host Joe Silva lovingly curates an ongoing assortment of fresh new music, insightful interviews, and live in-studio performances.
 
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WPPR Podcast
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The Northeast Georgia flagship public radio station is part of the GPB radio network, located in the Swanson Center of Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia.
 
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Diggin' the Field
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GPB Macon and the Field Note Stenographers look ahead to the best music coming to Macon and Middle Georgia.
 
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Multi-instrumentalist REX HUSSMANN shares his experiences in West Africa learning to play the gyil, as well as so much more. RICKEY BEVINGTON, of GPB's 88.5 radio, shares insight into her upcoming TedxPeachtree talk on making sound media choices. Podcast RSS Subscribe iTunes Subscribe STITCHER Google Play TuneIn Radio…
 
THE FEED GROUP CHAT ON VOXER! Copy and paste this URL into your desktop browser to join the group! If you have troubles reach out to @yogeek on Voxer. Fill out our survey! Quick Episode Summary: Intro :11 Promo 1: A Toast To Truth 1:40 Join the Voxer Group! 2:10 Promo 2: By Association 3:08 How we feature you! 3:35 Audio Rockin’ Libsyn Podcast: ...…
 
This podcast features Eric Mancini, Traphagen's director of investment research and Emily Heron, our client liaison. This is a discussion of the following: 1. Description of a new asset class/alternative investment that we will be investing (Private Equity) 2. Overview of the specific fund and company we will be investing with (GPB Capital) out ...…
 
James Spurgin is a Former USMC, Handicapable Powerlifter, and a great guy. He came on the show to share his story and to tell of upcoming events. Follow him on Instagram @1armpowerBroken Reality Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/…
 
Musical theater is making its presence known in pop culture these days. From the meteoric popularity of “Hamilton,” to the dozens of awards given to “La La Land,” it is hard to escape the hot musical trend. Today on the Around Atlanta segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio, Natalie Barrow from ArtsBridge Foundation, joins co-hosts Carol Mor ...…
 
Musical theater is making its presence known in pop culture these days. From the meteoric popularity of “Hamilton,” to the dozens of awards given to “La La Land,” it is hard to escape the hot musical trend. Today on the Around Atlanta segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio, Natalie Barrow from ArtsBridge Foundation, joins co-hosts Carol Mor ...…
 
Musical theater is making its presence known in pop culture these days. From the meteoric popularity of “Hamilton,” to the dozens of awards given to “La La Land,” it is hard to escape the hot musical trend. Today on the Around Atlanta segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio, Natalie Barrow from ArtsBridge Foundation, joins co-hosts Carol Mor ...…
 
America was founded on principles of religious freedom. But Christianity dominates politics today. How this happened is the subject of a new book by Frances Fitzgerald. It’s called "The Evangelicals: The Struggle to Shape America." In it, Frances Fitzgerald documents the rise and potential fall of America’s largest religious movement. She joins ...…
 
Early last week, a flock of chickens at a Northwest Georgia farm tested positive for bird flu. It’s the first confirmed contamination of commercial poultry in the state. What’s being done to contain the virus? How do farmers and officials prevent future outbreaks? We ask Mike Giles, President of the Georgia Poultry Foundation and Bruce Webster, ...…
 
The collapse last week of a portion of I-85 in Atlanta left the city in a state of gridlock and uncertainty. At a news conference on Monday, Georgia Department of Transportation officials told reporters work to repair the bridge won’t be finished until mid-June. For more on the I-85 disaster, we talk with GPB news reporter Sam Whitehead. Three ...…
 
Demonstrators marched to Turner Field over the weekend, the former home of the Atlanta Braves. They want millions of dollars from the stadium’s purchase by Georgia State University to go towards projects that will benefit current residents in the area. GPB’s Sean Powers spoke to supporters of the Turner Field Coalition about their demands. Then ...…
 
Some people who flee war-torn countries get a chance to start fresh elsewhere. That’s the case for Nemr Abou Nassar. He was a young child when he left Lebanon for the U.S. with his family. Nemr is known as Lebanon's King of Comedy. We talk to him ahead of a performance this weekend at the Punchline Comedy Club in Atlanta. The banjo has many moo ...…
 
Happy, Sine Die! Thursday, March 30, marks the end of the legislative session at the Georgia State Capitol. GPB capitol reporter Lisa Rayam gives us a recap of which bills died, and which will proceed to the governor’s desk. One of the bills likely to pass in the Georgia legislature would expand access to medical marijuana. Patients being treat ...…
 
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