Best willamette podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Willamette Wake-up
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KMUZ - Community Radio, serving Salem, Monmouth, Independence, Albany, Turner, Stayton, & Jefferson - Oregon
 
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Willamette Living
Rare
 
Willamette Living is a print magazine all about, you guessed it, life in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Music Store
 
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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Willamette Christian Church
 
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Portland Lounge Series
Weekly
 
Portland Lounge Series is an Interview/Performance podcast produced by Willamette Week/LocalCut.com, Portland Radio Authority and Blackbird Presents in Portland, Oregon. Every month, the show invites three Portland-based artists for a live interview and set. Past guests include Scout Niblett, Kind of Like Spitting, Illmaculate and John Weinland. The goal of the show is to expose audiences (both at Portland's fabulous Towne Lounge and those at home) to budding and established musicians that a ...
 
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WPC Corvallis Sermons
Weekly
 
WPC is committed to Biblical authority and evangelical proclamation of the historic Christian faith. For those local to the mid-Willamette Valley, we encourage you to visit us for Sunday worship!
 
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Native Vs. Transplant
Daily+
 
Willamette Week is Portland's favorite media company.
 
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Salem History Matters
Monthly+
 
Deb Meaghers and Kimberli Fitzgerald share their passions for mid-Willamette Valley history and engage listeners in the value of preserving and blending our rich historic legacy into our contemporary lives. Interviews with area historians, authors, historic homeowners, neighbors in our historic districts, curators of local museums, and commercial building owners and renovators offer insight into why preserving, living and working in our historic resources are so integral to our sense of comm ...
 
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Theatre Talk
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Theatre Talk is a show about live theatre performing in the Mid-Willamette Valley. Host Ann McBride talks about what is opening, playing, and auditionong in the area, and interviews directors, actors, and other members of productions.
 
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This Week in Salem
Monthly
 
Every Other Thursday coinciding with the Salem Weekly publishing date. AP Walther, Salem Weekly’s executive editor, is guest with host Ken Adams discussing local news based on articles in the current Salem Weekly. Located in the center of the Willamette Valley, Salem Weekly and WillametteLive.com is the area’s largest independent newspaper. Celebrating eight years, covering local news, art and entertainment.
 
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One River Many Voices
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The Willamette River plays an important role in the environmental, economic, recreational and cultural life of Oregon. Yet the industrial stretch of the river through Portland contains historic pollution that will require a Superfund cleanup. This audio series tells some of the stories of the river, through the voices of those who have historical wisdom, expert knowledge of these complex issues or dreams for the future. Listen for perspectives from scientists, conservationists, individuals w ...
 
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Straight Talk with Melissa Hopkins
Weekly
 
Join us on Thursdays at 2:00 pm est and 11:00 am pacific. Stay tuned for interesting new guests and topics. We have added a new show with a completely new format. It will be extremely local featuring the Willamette Valley In Oregon. The home of the great wine country, fabulous universities, unique communities and special individuals who make it all happen. So stay tuned for our new format show on Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm pacific time.
 
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Cogill Wine and Film: A Perfect Pairing
 
Film-critic, Gary Cogill, has reviewed more than ten thousand films and conducted twenty thousand interviews over a 25+ year career. Wine expert, Hayley Hamilton Cogill, is a Sommelier who travels the world chasing the grape, always in search of the perfect glass. Together they are the perfect pairing. From films like Lawrence Of Arabia to "Heat" to "La La Land," to spectacular Willamette Valley Pinot Noir and traveling through Italy, Spain, Napa and beyond, join them for an inciteful conver ...
 
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Talking About Art
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KMUZ’S Talking About Art host, Joel Zak, talks about the local Salem Art scene and interviews local artists and art related organizations and businesses. KMUZ 88.5 FM is a non-commercial, all-volunteer, listener-sponsored radio broadcaster whose mission is to stimulate, educate, and entertain our audience by reflecting the diverse cultural heritage and artistic expression of our region through locally generated programs. We aim to engage communities in the mid-Willamette Valley by sharing mu ...
 
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Jack Farrell takes us on a trip out West. He explains how Oregon's Willamette Valley became one of America's original wine manufacturers.
 
Scott Ingalls talks about new activities at the Marion County Fair that are interactive, educational and fun.
 
Mel Fuller, Meals on Wheels Program Manager, discusses special food programs for low income seniors, including the Senior Grocery Program and Congregate Meals.
 
Erik is joined by Corbin Smith (VICE Sports, The Shocker, Willamette Week) to discuss the lower-than-expected salary cap, the wild player movement and everything else NBA on the eve of the 2017 draft.
 
Erik is joined by Corbin Smith (VICE Sports, The Shocker, Willamette Week) to discuss the lower-than-expected salary cap, the wild player movement and everything else NBA on the eve of the 2017 draft.
 
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Locked on Podcast - NBA Channel
 
Erik is joined by Corbin Smith (VICE Sports, The Shocker, Willamette Week) to discuss the lower-than-expected salary cap, the wild player movement and everything else NBA on the eve of the 2017 draft.
 
Aaron Mesh, Willamette Week
 
Xue Lohr grew up in a small farming village in Laos and came to Salem when he was 12 years old as a refugee from the Viet Nam War. This is the story of his integration into the Salem community, his 19 years of service as an Oregon Corrections Officer and how his experience as a refugee informs his views of the needs of Salem’s citizens.…
 
Michael Livingston reports on the June 13, 2017, meeting of the Salem City Council, which included the Council’s adoption of the City’s FY 2017-2018 Budget.
 
Former Governor John Kitzhaber was a giant of Oregon politics until he resigned amidst an influence-peddling scandal in 2015. Two years later, the federal investigation into Kitzhaber and his fiancée Cylvia Hayes has concluded with no criminal charges. Host Julie Sabatier talks with OPB senior political reporter Jeff Mapes and Willamette Week r ...…
 
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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Speaker: Grant Hickman Series: Exodus The post True Freedom appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By andrewh@willamette.cc (Willamette Christian Church).
 
Jan Margosian & Cindy Condon discusses recently passed legislation and focus on the revenue bill and transportation package.
 
Event organizer Mark Green on Salem’s Make Music Day Event on June 21st 2017; and the story of Hot Sheets, an all-girl punk band that blossomed after performing at the event in 2016.
 
In this episode, we revisit Jess and Brian Powers at Working Hands Farm, eighteen months after they were first on the show on Episode 040. Since the fall of 2015, Working Hands Farm has gone through some significant changes and phenomenal growth on their property in Hillsboro, Oregon, just outside of Portland on the north end of the Willamette ...…
 
Senator Don Benton, Director of Selective Service.Nigel Jaquiss, Pulitzer prize winning writer from Willamette Week
 
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The Sprocket Podcast
 
Reid Lustig is an all-around game-for-anything kind of guy, which has lead him to such adventures as the half fictional drama, half travelogue music podcast The River Signal as well as long-distance bicycle tours, a season living south of the border, and his newest venture in mobile bicycle repair, SprocketFly. How can you pass up the opportuni ...…
 
End of Life Choices Oregon is a non-profit organization whose volunteers help Oregonians with terminal illnesses who wish to take advantage of Oregon’s “Death With Dignity Act.” In this extended interview, Sue Porter, the organization’s Executive Director, talks about that process and recounts her experiences with individuals who wish to end th ...…
 
Jan and Cindy discuss “most monitored” bills and talk with a representative of the Small Business Caucus of the Oregon Democratic Party.
 
On this week's episode, the guys still find a way to cram a little off-topic tomfoolery into the opening minutes – bringing up the infamous fanfiction Doom: Repercussions Of Evil which somehow surfaced its beautiful head during the break between this cast and the last.This week’s homework was of course, Dead Rising 1. We go on an odyssey throug ...…
 
Tim Buckley, one of the organizers of non-violent communications training in Oregon prisons, talk about the program and its impact on recidivism.
 
Nigel Jaquiss, Willamette Week’s Pulitzer Prize winner
 
March for Science, an international celebration of science that happened April 22, 2017, had a local event. This program captured the remarks of the emcee, Jon Yoder and several speakers.
 
The Mid-Valley Literacy Center is a non-profit organization providing tutoring and other support services — including ESL classes and GED programs — to adult learners in our community. Vivian Ang, the Center’s Executive Director, describes the program and the individuals who benefit from it and explains the path that brought her to this work.…
 
Salem Mayor Chuck Bennett talks about his proposal for a “transit committee” to address the community’s long-standing public transportation problems and previews next Monday’s City Council meeting, at which the Council will adopt the City’s budget for the coming fiscal year that he hopes will include a program to provide supportive housing 100 ...…
 
Legislation passed and up for consideration the week of June 5th 2017.
 
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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Speaker: Jon Furman Series: Moving Targets The post Rich People Give appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By andrewh@willamette.cc (Willamette Christian Church).
 
Today on the podcast talk about bumblebees in agriculture. Dr. Sujaya Rao is a Professor in Entomology at Oregon State University. Her research covers IPM in field crops and native bee pollinators in diverse cropping systems and in native habitats. A serendipitous discovery made by her led to development of a new bee monitoring tool. She has al ...…
 
Subscribe to the Belabored RSS feed here. Subscribe and rate on iTunes here or on Stitcher here. Check out the full Belabored archive here. Tweet at @dissentmag with #belabored to share your thoughts, or join the conversation on Facebook. Belabored is produced by Natasha Lewis. Despite unprecedented chaos in Washington, AT&T workers have proved ...…
 
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Guild of Sommeliers Wine Podcasts
 
Interviews with key producers in four different areas of Oregon, including David Adelsheim of the Willamette Valley, Brian McCormick of Colombia Gorge, Earl Jones of the Umpqua Valley, and Bill Steele from the Applegate Valley.
 
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Guild of Sommeliers Wine Podcasts
 
Interviews with key producers in four different areas of Oregon, including David Adelsheim of the Willamette Valley, Brian McCormick of Colombia Gorge, Earl Jones of the Umpqua Valley, and Bill Steele from the Applegate Valley.
 
Blake Hickman is the cofounder of Portland based record label Good Cheer Records, curator of the Thesis, as well as a contributor to the Willamette Week. We talked about how Good Cheer Records got it start, bands on the roster, developing artists, and we also spun some tracks from Surfer Rosie, Cool American, and Turtlenecked. To keep up with G ...…
 
In this episode, MC and HM talk about an old saying in the Fire Service: Cops suck at HazMat calls. HM shares a story from el airopuerto about a cop who broke out in a sweat after incorrectly identifying the unknown substance found near a gate. We discuss the importance of cops letting firemen be firemen and how jumping to conclusions could get ...…
 
In this episode, MC and HM talk about an old saying in the Fire Service: Cops suck at HazMat calls. HM shares a story from el airopuerto about a cop who broke out in a sweat after incorrectly identifying the unknown substance found near a gate. We discuss the importance of cops letting firemen be firemen and how jumping to conclusions could get ...…
 
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On the Media
 
Help us meet the OTM listener challenge by becoming a member today! Sign up to donate just $7 a month and you'll unlock $25,000 from the Tow Foundation to support On the Media. Donate now. A recent anti-Muslim hate crime in Portland has sparked a debate about free speech. Plus: conspiracy theories that appeal to liberals; the media's obsession ...…
 
Jula Galvin talks about the 80th Lamb & Wool Show in Turner Oregon and David Sawyer, City Manager, talks about new developments in Turner – plans for a new park and downtown development.
 
Jon Yoder is interviewed by Melanie Zermer. Jon Yoder hosted this segment for nine months and today was his last day. He talked about “contextual learning” and his thoughts about the Salem-Keizer School District budget for science programming. In-coming host, Catalina de’ Onis, Willamette University professor was introduced.…
 
We Got To Hang Out is a fairly new cycling-centric podcast that is already exploding in popularity! We met them while chatting on an episode of the KBOO Bike Show a few months back about podcasting about bicycling. Annalisa Fish & Abby Watson are enthusiastic about outdoor recreation and have had the chance to interview many notable people in t ...…
 
On this episode of Small Town Discourse, we discuss holocaust movies with Dr. Jay Steinmetz, a Political Science professor at the University of Oregon and Willamette University specializing in the political effects of the movie industry.
 
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Willamette Christian Church Sermons
 
Speaker: Joel Dombrow Series: Moving Targets The post Connected People Change appeared first on Willamette Christian Church.By andrewh@willamette.cc (Willamette Christian Church).
 
In this Memorial Day broadcast, Michael Livingston talks with retired Army Sgt Brenda Powers, the Program Director at “Home for Heroes,” a transitional housing program for homeless veterans that will open this summer in Salem.
 
SHOW NOTES: Attempt on JDF’s life: http://io9.gizmodo.com/gunman-at-phoenix-comicon-claiming-to-be-the-punisher-1795604000 Female Only Wonder Woman Screening: https://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2017/05/27/furor-over-women-only-wonder-woman-screenings-alamo-drafthouse-cinema/102235390/ Authentic tortillas is cultural appropriation: http: ...…
 
May 29, 2017 is Memorial Day. “Legislative Matters: Tune In and Take Part” will focus on Senate and House Resolutions honoring service men and women who served in a branch of the U.S. Military and lost their lives in service to the country or after their service.
 
In this episode of Beyond Footnotes we interview Maddie Mott, a PSU history undergraduate and development coordinator at the Clackamas County Historical Society. This is Maddie’s second time on the show-- in winter quarter we interviewed her and her colleague Corinne Rupp their work at the Clackamas County Historical Society. Recently Maddie ha ...…
 
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