Best wypr podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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Midday on WYPR
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On Midday, Monday-Friday from noon-1:00, Tom Hall's talking about what's on your mind, and what matters most to Marylander's: the latest news, local and national politics, education and the environment, popular culture and the arts, sports and science, race and religion, movies and medicine. We welcome your questions and comments. E-mail us at midday@wypr.org.
 
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Future City on WYPR
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It's easy to talk about what's wrong in Baltimore. The challenge is to talk about what's next. In each episode, Wes looks at innovative ideas that are working in other cities, places like Cincinnati, St Louis, and Detroit. And he asks the question: Can those ideas work for Baltimore? This program is made possible by Genine and Josh Fidler, and supported by the Baltimore Community Foundation, created by and for the people of Greater Baltimore, where many donors join together to make the regio ...
 
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On The Record on WYPR
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Catch On the Record, hosted by Sheilah Kast, weekdays from 9:30 to 10:00 am, following NPR's Morning Edition. We'll discuss the issues that affect your life and bring you thoughtful and lively conversations with the people who shape those issues -- business people, public officials, scholars, artists, authors, WYPR reporters and other journalists who can take us inside the story. If you want to share a comment, question, or an idea for an interview you?d like to hear, email us at
 
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Maryland Morning Podcast on WYPR
 
Maryland Morning finds the most intelligent and intriguing voices behind the headlines. From the Atlantic to the Appalachians, we probe beyond the regional news headlines, unravel local implications of national news stories, and explore the science, history, arts, and culture of Maryland.
 
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WYPR: The Signal Podcast
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Cellar Notes on WYPR
Weekly
 
Al Spoler and Hugh Sisson taste and review some of the finest wines around the world and from our Maryland wineries. Cellar Notes is made possible by Bagby Restaurant Group.
 
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WYPR-FM: The Signal : NPR
Weekly
 
The Signal is a weekly radio magazine produced by WYPR, devoted to exploring Maryland's thriving artistic and cultural scene. The Signal is a production of WYPR 88.1 FM in Baltimore.
 
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WYPR: Midday with Dan Rodricks Podcast
 
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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine on WYPR
 
Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf discuss everything connected to food and wine. From cold suppers to elegant dinner parties.
 
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Midday on WYPR
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Midday is WYPR's daily public affairs program heard from noon-1pm, Monday-Friday. Topics range from the latest news, to local and national politics, to social, medical and cultural trends, featuring the best new books and most engaging authors, newsmakers and guests.
 
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Cellar Notes on WYPR
Weekly
 
Al Spoler and Hugh Sisson taste and review some of the finest wines around the world and from our Maryland wineries. Cellar Notes is made possible by Bagby Restaurant Group and Reds Wine, Spirits, Deli and Meats.
 
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On The Record on WYPR
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Catch On the Record, hosted by Sheilah Kast, weekdays from 9:30 to 10:00 am, following NPR’s Morning Edition. We’ll discuss the issues that affect your life and bring you thoughtful and lively conversations with the people who shape those issues -- business people, public officials, scholars, artists, authors, WYPR reporters and other journalists who can take us inside the story. If you want to share a comment, question, or an idea for an interview you’d like to hear, email us at ontherecord ...
 
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Out of the Blocks on WYPR
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One hour of radio. One city block. Everybody's story. This is the simple concept at the heart of WYPR's documentary series, Out of the Blocks. One block at a time, radio producer Aaron Henkin and music producer Wendel Patrick are sharing the stories of Baltimore in a way that's never been heard before.
 
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Life In The Balance on WYPR
Monthly
 
Life in the Balance is a monthly program that asks: What are the systemic issues in Baltimore that keep marginalized people from reaching their full potential – and what are the solutions to those problems?Each episode is rooted in an individual’s story about overcoming a personal hurdle related to one of these systemic issues. It might be homelessness, drug abuse, or a post-incarceration employment struggle. This narrative engages the listener throughout the program as concerned stakeho ...
 
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Future City on WYPR 88.1 FM
Monthly
 
It's easy to talk about what’s wrong in Baltimore. The challenge is to talk about what’s next. In each episode, Wes looks at innovative ideas that are working in other cities, places like Cincinnati, St Louis, and Detroit. And he asks the question: Can those ideas work for Baltimore? This program is made possible by Genine and Josh Fidler, and supported by the Baltimore Community Foundation, created by and for the people of Greater Baltimore, where many donors join together to make the regio ...
 
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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine on WYPR
 
Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf discuss everything connected to food and wine. From cold suppers to elegant dinner parties.
 
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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine on WYPR
 
Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf discuss everything connected to food and wine. From cold suppers to elegant dinner parties.
 
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Tapestry of the Times
Daily
 
Tapestry of the Times is a collaboration between WYPR 88.1 FM in Baltimore, Md and Smithsonian Folkways RecordingsExploring SoundJoin Aaron Henkin on an ear-opening voyage back in time and around the globe as he takes listeners on 36, hour-long tours through the wide-ranging sound archives of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. Real music, real people, and the stories behind the sounds.Please note that the programs are archived versions of radio broadcasts that originally aired in 2008 and 2009
 
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Out of The Blocks
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From WYPR 88.1 FM. This is the simple concept at the heart of WYPR's documentary series, Out of the Blocks. One block at a time, radio producer Aaron Henkin and electronic musician Wendel Patrick are sharing the stories of Baltimore in a way that's never been heard before.
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
interview with researcher Vadim Zipunnikov and fitness director Julie Lincoln.
 
On this edition of Midday we focus on a particular group of immigrants, who are affected by immigration policy in ways unlike any other group. Black African Immigrants are the fasting growing immigrant population in the United States. According to PEW research, there was a 137% surge in the Black African Immigrant population between 2000 and 20 ...…
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
interviews with Dr. Mark Katlic and Dr. Herbert Dardik
 
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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine on WYPR
 
Simple Foods (re-air)
 
Now, a look at how Marylanders are trying to make sure they have health insurance. Open Enrollment through the Maryland Health Connection began on the first of November. In previous years the enrollment period has lasted 3 months. This year, the enrollment period is only half that long. It ends next month, on December 15th. With about a month t ...…
 
Cocaine in your cough drops, tobacco in your toothpaste. Internist Dr. Lydia Kang tells us about mystifying medical practices of yesteryear. Her new book is, “Quackery: A Brief History of the Worst Ways to Cure Everything”.Dr. Kang will be speaking on Thursday at the Maryland State Library for the Blind " Physically Handicapped at 415 Park Ave, ...…
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
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stoop story
 
Joe's wife gives birth in car on way to hospital.
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
interview with Clarinda Harriss
 
We're delighted to welcome to Midday's Studio A the internationally acclaimed classical musician, Manuel Barrueco. A few years ago, Fanfare Magazine called the Cuban-born artist the world’s greatest living classical guitarist, and it’s hard to dispute that encomium. Three decades' worth of recordings and performances around the globe are the go ...…
 
Today, a Midday Newsmaker interview with Dr. Sonja Santelises, the president and CEO of the Baltimore City Public Schools. School has been back in session for two months; for many more months than that, the Kirwan Commission has debated ways to re-vamp the funding formula for schools statewide. Their findings were to have been released by the e ...…
 
Tom examines what’s ahead for American health care with two astute observers of health care policy and politics: Julie Rovner is Washington correspondent for Kaiser Health News, an independent, non profit news organization; she joins us from KHN studios in Washington, DC.; and Joseph Antos is a health policy scholar at the American Enterprise I ...…
 
interview with Amanda Kodek and Alexander Jarman
 
In 1932 the U.S. Public Health Service enlisted African-American men in Macon County, Alabama in a syphilis study. The men weren’t asked for informed consent -- and were told they would get treatment. They didn’t, even after penicillin was shown to cure syphilis.
 
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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine on WYPR
 
Soup and Wine
 
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Life In The Balance on WYPR
 
The Unique Struggle of LGBT Elders
 
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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine on WYPR
 
It is one of the most efficient and cost effective (not to mention delicious!) ways to get your protein. This week it’s all about beans.
 
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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine on WYPR
 
On this Pledge Drive edition of Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine, it’s a cocktail party! Tony and Chef Cindy share some ideas and recipes for the booze and food you need to keep your guests in high spirits.
 
Baltimore is home to one of the country’s largest Jewish communities, and beginning tonight they’ll observe Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the holiest day of the Jewish year. So today we look inside Baltimore’s Orthodox Jewish community, through the words of author Eli W. Schlossberg. He talks about his new book, “My Shtetl Baltimore, Storie ...…
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
For five years the nonprofit ‘Reading Partners’ has collaborated with low-income schools in Baltimore, pairing students who struggle to read with a community volunteer. This week those Reading Partners are back in schools, aiming to serve 900 students with the aid of 1100 tutors.Today we’ll hear from executive director Jeffrey Zwillingberg abou ...…
 
Amy Holzapfel Chair, Associate Professor of Theatre at Williams College, moderates a discussion about the politics of participatory performance, and the lessons and practices it can share with democratic assembly in public space. She is joined by panelists, Bryan Doerries, Director, Antigone in Ferguson; Taibi Magar, Director, Underground Railr ...…
 
The world of comic books is filled with feats of bravery and alien invaders. The most visible superheroes in pop culture--Superman, Spiderman, Batman--are all white men. But these days readers want heroes and villains who resemble themselves, so writers feature a more diverse set of characters. Comic-book enthusiast Prachi Kochar tells us about ...…
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
Where there are people, there is debris, and where there is debris, there are rats … We meet Theo Anthony, the creator of “Rat Film,” a documentary that investigates Baltimore’s rat infestation, juxtaposed with its history of racist urban planning. And we talk with Karen Houppert, a journalist who documents the abundant rat carcasses she encoun ...…
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
The Declaration of Independence lists the pursuit of happiness as one of our inalienable rights. But is happiness equally available to everyone in America? Our public debate about economic policy seldom looks at that. We speak with Carol Graham, of the Brookings Institution and the University of Maryland School of Public Policy. Professor Graha ...…
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
At the 22nd Baltimore Book Festival this coming weekend at the Inner Harbor writers will have a chance to get a professional critique of their work, readers a chance to meet and interact with hundreds of published authors and everyone a chance to enjoy some live music. We speak with Kathy Hornig, festivals directors for the Baltimore Office of ...…
 
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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine on WYPR
 
Back to school. We hear about summer adventures, farm life, packing lunches, did and didn't like about school lunch, wines to transition the season.
 
For an individual with a visual impairment, a service animal can mean mobility, as well as independence. We hear from two volunteers with Guiding Eyes for the Blind - Gemma Carter, who is raising her second service dog, and volunteer coordinator Cindy Lou Altman. Altman’s guide dog Jada has been a major boost to her confidence. Click here for m ...…
 
Here’s a Stoop Story -- or rather a confession -- from Katy K., about her life lesson in marching-band hierarchy, and her brush with the dark side of her psyche. You can hear her story and many others at stoopstorytelling.com.
 
Beyond the cacophony of bass drums, cymbals and snares, we hear about why participation in The Christian Warriors, a marching band in West Baltimore, means so much more than making music together. We meet the band’s assistant director, James Parker, who played in the drumline as a young teen. Founder and director Reverend Ernest King tells us a ...…
 
Living Questions, our monthly series on religion in the public sphere. How do shows like Showtime’s Homeland or OWN’s Greenleaf inform our perceptions about religion and spirituality? Martin Schuster from Goucher College and Christopher Llewellyn Reed from Stevenson University join Midday host Tom.
 
M. Butterfly is at The Everyman Theatre through October 8th.
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
The murder and rape of a young woman in Baltimore in 1987 led to the wrongful convictions of two men. Each served more than two decades behind bars, and when D-N-A belatedly showed they had not sexually assaulted her, both faced the same choice: accept an Alford plea--a type of guilty plea--and be released, or maintain their innocence.Megan Ros ...…
 
“Health at Every Size.” Is it possible to be both fit and fat? Even if we’re carrying a few extra pounds, can we still be metabolically healthy, and is there a medical bias against people who are obese? I’m TH. We’ll get the skinny on all of it on the next Midday. Join us for Smart Nutrition with the Nutrition Diva, Monica Reinagel.…
 
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On The Record on WYPR
 
President Trump’s decision to end DACA, his predecessor’s order protecting from deportation young people who were brought to the U.S. as children, has been met with legal challenges from several states. Maryland has joined one of these challenges; Attorney General Brian Frosh tells us what’s behind that suit. Plus, how are DACA recipients copin ...…
 
Some call it Charm City, some call it Bodymore Murderland. I’m Tom Hall. On the next Midday: A political history of Baltimore, with veteran political scientist Matthew Crenson. Before the civil war, our city housed America’s largest concentration of free black people. How has that history informed the racial politics of the last 150 years?…
 
Interviews with Lynne Kahn, Baltimore Hunger Project founder and Laura Flamm, Director of Healthy Eating and Active Living for Baltimore City’s Health Department for Baltimarket. Also interviewed, Glenn Smith, a senior and neighborhood food advocate in West Baltimore.
 
What Ending DACA Means For Local Recipients and Business Leaders
 
Francis Scott Key is heralded not for his bravery on the battlefield, but rather for his poetic prowess. There is a lot, however, that most people don't know about the attorney and wordsmith, but a new docudrama abut this enigmatic figure aims to reconcile that. "F.S. Key: After the Song" will air on Maryland Public Television and nationwide in ...…
 
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