Best kstate podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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SportsBeat KC
Weekly+
 
A sports podcast by the Kansas City Star's sports writers and columnists, including in-depth commentary and analysis on the Royals, Chiefs, Sporting KC, FC Kansas City, KU, MU and K-State, Big 12 and the SEC.
 
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Sermons - Midwest Fellowship
Weekly
 
Sermons from Midwest Fellowship - greater Kansas City metro area.
 
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Powercat Podcast
Monthly+
 
The free weekly podcast from GoPowercat.com and Powercat Illustrated's new website, PowercatMagazine.com, hosted by publisher Tim Fitzgerald, who has been covering Kansas State athletics for more than 25 years. The GPC staff takes questions from its subscribers and then provides answer with a mix of analysis, insight and sometimes humor.
 
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Perspective.
Weekly
 
Perspective is a weekly public affairs program hosted by Richard Baker, communications professor at Kansas State University. Perspective has been continuously produced for radio stations across the nation by K-State for well over six decades. The program has included interviews with dignitaries, authors and thought leaders from around the world. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu.
 
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Strictly State Podcast
Weekly
 
Curtis Kitchen (610 Sports Radio) and Jeff Burkhart (1350 KMAN) team up each and every week to cover all of the happenings around college football, the Big 12, and everything Kansas State
 
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Wildcat Insider
 
0:00 - Texas football may be better than expected8:26 - Mitch Light from the Athlon CFB preview magazine21:01 - Hot takes with Wacky and Stormy32:04 - LaVar Ball on WWE RAW37:39 - Will K-State have a 1,000 yard receiver this year?51:13 - Jabroni of the WeekBy dan@purerock.com (1350 KMAN).
 
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Sound Living - Kansas State University
 
The U.S. Department of Energy reports the typical American family spends at least $2,000 a year on utility bills. K-State Research and Extension family resource management specialist Elizabeth Kiss says replacing a manual or programmable thermostat with a “smart” thermostat is just one of the steps we can take to reduce energy costs – without s ...…
 
Many American citizens seem to have given up on certain things, things like a good public education or safe food and safe streets, and at times, even in democracy. One scholar and author feels the blame lies with capitalism’s triumph over democracy. That we often seem to go with our gut feeling instead of the facts … or science. On Perspective ...…
 
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Sound Living - Kansas State University
 
A group of extension specialists, including K-State Research and Extension family resource management specialist Elizabeth Kiss have responded to the student loan debt crisis with a series of 10 fact sheets to help students and their parents understand student loans before and after they borrow money.…
 
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Wildcat Insider
 
0:00 - Royals roll continues...but one team is even hotter9:48 - K-State men's hoops adds a big man19:42 - Royals' secret to success revealed28:31 - John & Tyler's softball team is really badBy dan@purerock.com (1350 KMAN).
 
The American Cancer Society estimates that some 1-point-7 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in 2017. The chances for an American male developing cancer is almost 41 percent, while the chances for an American woman to develop cancer is over 37 percent. The good news is that the survival rates for all forms of cancer have jumped from ...…
 
Believe it or not, much of our health outcomes have little to do with health care. In fact, one expert says they have more to do with how we live our lives, the people around us, our family culture, whether we exercise and spend time outside, and do we spend time with and talk to our friends and family? All of that – and more – go into what the ...…
 
In this bonus episode, Perspective host Richard Baker speaks with Kansas State University President Richard Myers about the university's budget, the value of the College of Agriculture to the state of Kansas, and a recent tour of western Kansas agricultural resources that the President took with the Deans of K-State's Colleges of Agriculture an ...…
 
The United States and Australia have for a long time seen each other as valued allies. However, one scholar and historian says there is change in the wind, and many Australians want to take a more measured and independent look at where the United States might take Australia. Guest: Chris Dixon is a Professor in the Department of Modern History, ...…
 
In the third hour of Sports Sunday, Joshua Brisco talks to Grant Nicholson about the state of K-State athletics in the wake of the controversey surrounding Bill Snyder and Corey Sutton. Plus, everything from Tiger Woods to Bryce Harper in a recap of this week's most interesting stories.
 
Mick Shaffer talks K-State with Tim Fitzegerald and Derek Haglund, then talks Royals with Cody Tapp.
 
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Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
 
NBA Finals - Cup Finals - Magic and Bird - K State Transfer - Lou - All Stars
 
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The Horn Austin
 
The NBA Finals conversation continues as Lifetime Longhorn Kevin Durant goes for 38, 8 and 8 in the Dub's Game 1 win over the Cavs, K State FB coach Bill Snyder is facing some criticism for a transfer rule and Adam Silver wants to change the one-and-done rule. Plus, World Series Champion and MLB Network personality Kevin Millar joins the show…
 
TextEditor Higher education reporter Mara Williams talks regional college campuses and their turmoil, in higher education broadly and the particular stories developing at the universities of Missouri, Kansas and Kansas State.
 
There is an ongoing debate over how technology, and social media especially, have changed our lives. And one author and academic has explored how Facebook and YouTube have transformed soldiers’ experiences when on the front lines of war. She says, “For most of us, clicking ‘like’ on social media has become fairly routine, but now for the first ...…
 
When it comes to race relations, the election of Barack Obama as president of the United States did little to make things better for America’s black community. One black educator and researcher says it was a great moment for people of color, and it was a moment he never thought he’d see in his lifetime, but the growth of white supremacy groups ...…
 
Despite years of effort and the widespread belief that the United States is making great strides in race relations and desegregation, we still find ourselves mired in problems that are centered around race. However, one researcher and philosopher believes the fundamental cause of racial problems and injustice lies in segregation, and it does so ...…
 
Jon Morse of Bring on the Cats joins the show to talk about the under-the-radar Kansas State Wildcats and expectations for their 2017 season. Before that though, Jon breaks down some of the behind the scenes talk about who might replace legendary Head Coach Bill Snyder when he retires, and why his son Sean is a candidate (3:55). He assesses the ...…
 
Bruce and Stew discuss the past week at the spring coaches and athletic director meetings in Phoenix, including the new redshirt rule proposal (5:30); How Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is doing with his cancer recovery and the future for K-State (16:30); They check in with Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema and talk recruiting, the upcoming seas ...…
 
The United States has a racial problem … and it’s a problem that is not going away anytime soon. The election of Barack Obama as president was seen by many as a turning point in dealing with the situation. Instead, the election seemed to merely exacerbate the problem in many ways. On this week’s Perspective program, the first of a three-part se ...…
 
A multi-year investigation of the dental health in America has come up with some interesting questions. For example, why is oral health separate from overall health, despite a century of research that says the two ought to be connected? Why do more than half of all dentists not participate in public insurance programs? And why the dramatic incr ...…
 
In this bonus episode, Perspective host Richard Baker speaks with Kansas State University President Richard Myers. Kansas legislators have yet to give the Kansas Board of Regents institutions their 2018 budgets, and the president of Kansas State University says he is not quite sure whether he should be worried.…
 
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Powercat Podcast
 
The broadcast season comes to an end for the Powercat Podcast with an in-depth analysis of the K-State spring football game and some strong opinions on the layoffs, or lack of, at ESPN. Podcast crew Tim Fitzgerald, Marcus Watts and Riley Gates finish strong, and as always, the show is sponsored by Fridge Wholesale Liquor.…
 
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Perspective.
 
Washington is full of acronyms, one of which is DARPA, an agency few of us recognize. DARPA stands for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, an independent agency of the Pentagon, under the office of the Secretary of Defense. The agency is responsible for funding science and technology projects. On today’s Perspective program, a look a ...…
 
In a recent Landon Lecture at Kansas State University, the executive editor of the Washington Post, Martin Baron, told his audience that journalists believe there is such a thing as truth, and journalists do not like being lied to. He said the president may feel he is at war with the press, but the Washington Post is not at war…it is work. On t ...…
 
Ag News: Snow Pack levels and GIPSA ruleGuests: Jason Ladman, Waterstreet Solutions - "Are There Changes Ahead for Interest Rates?"... House Ag Committee Member Don Bacon (NE2) takes a Nebraska agricultural tour during Easter Recess ... Dale Blasi, Extension Beef Specialist at K-State - study on benefits of ear tags with implants…
 
A new survey by the American Psychological Association indicates that more than four out of five adults in the United States -- some 86 percent -- say they constantly or often check their email, texts and social media accounts. The APA says this attachment to devices and the constant use of technology is associated with higher stress levels. Gu ...…
 
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Purple Menace Podcast
 
Packed show with recap of the NIT Champion TCU Basketball team and an interview with former TCU Hooper Amric Fields, a recap of the sweep of K-State by the baseball team, a ton of recruiting news and Rivals Camp reactions and answer your Twitter questions.
 
For the most part, we have experienced a mild winter and an early spring in many parts of Kansas. Consequently, one Kansas State University veterinarian says that means more fleas, ticks, itching, and scratching for our pets. Not only are the animals often times miserable, they also many times face life-threatening diseases … some of which they ...…
 
In the third hour of Sports Sunday, Joshua Brisco talks about "sticking to sports" and why we often try to suck the emotion out of our sports. Plus, Mizzou basketball is moving in the right direction and K-State is not.
 
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