Best knpr podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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KNPR Discussions
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Nevada Public Radio presents thoughtful and informed discussions on everything from politics to dining, nuclear waste to budget surplus. Senators, student journalists, parrot wranglers, consumer advocates, religious leaders, and gang members: our panels make for riveting radio. Refreshes weekdays. 15-35 minutes.
 
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KNPR Features
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Nevada Public Radio presents the latest editions of our popular features: Nevada Yesterdays and Desert Bloom. Refreshes most weekdays. Want the inside dope on Las Legas living? Subscribe to this feed. Refreshes weekly. 4-6 minutes.
 
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KNPR-FM: KNPRs State of Nevada
 
Assorted stories from KNPR-FM
 
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KNPR Features
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Nevada Public Radio presents the latest editions of our popular features: Nevada Yesterdays and Desert Bloom. Refreshes most weekdays. Want the inside dope on Las Legas living? Subscribe to this feed. Refreshes weekly. 4-6 minutes.
 
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KNPR Discussions
Daily
 
Nevada Public Radio presents thoughtful and informed discussions on everything from politics to dining, nuclear waste to budget surplus. Senators, student journalists, parrot wranglers, consumer advocates, religious leaders, and gang members: our panels make for riveting radio. Refreshes weekdays. 15-35 minutes.
 
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The winter solstice has passed but we’re still in the middle of winter here in the valley. That is if you can call 60-degree weather a real winter. So how are all those plants and gardens doing in this mild weather? Norm Schilling and Angela O'Callaghan, co-hosts of KNPR's “Desert Bloom,” answered those gardening questions. DISCUSSION HIGHLIGHT ...…
 
Just a couple of weeks away from mid winter, Norm Schilling has some reminders about winter watering.
 
Guests: Casey Morell, Frida Ghitis, Dannagal Young The carnage that occurred Sunday night in Las Vegas was the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. As the nation struggles to understand the unfathomable horror of the incident, there are many questions have that remerged each time an event like this occurs. Today, we’ll talk about ...…
 
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Las Vegas Rotary Club Weekly Speaker
 
Listen To Professor Michael Green – UNLV History Department The Wheel Download Professor Michael Green – UNLV History Department Michael Green is an associate professor of history at UNLV. He is the author of Nevada: A History of the Silver State, a Choice outstanding academic title for 2015, and numerous other books and articles about our stat ...…
 
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