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37 Pieces

Left, Right & Center is KCRW’s show where we take on all the political issues -- even the complicated ones that might divide your own family.

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71 Pieces

Exploring what it means to live a good life.

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248 Pieces

Introduce children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way.

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340 Pieces

Addressing the climate crisis begins by talking about it. Climate One presents empowering conversations that connect all aspects of the climate crisis -- the scary and the exciting, the individual and the systemic. Join us.

  • From: Climate One
  • Updated: Sep 23, 2021
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:47
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139 Pieces

We amplify stories of people within Minnesota’s Native communities. We explore the history, work, strength, and resiliency of Native people who are shaping the future, while appreciating those who came before.

  • From: Ampers
  • Updated: Aug 28, 2019
  • Avg Piece Length: 30:24
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60 Pieces

"Judy Carmichael's Jazz Inspired" is a conversation with celebrated creative people about their passion for jazz and how it inspires their creativity and life.

Caption: Beyond a Song, Credit: Rich Reardin
279 Pieces

Beyond a Song with host Rich Reardin. Rich hosts this extraordinary weekly radio series that features discussions with World Class musicians, producers, audio engineers, etc., about their lives and making music. Beyond a Song first appeared in 2005 with the original series "In Search of a Song" with host Jason Wilber (John Prine's longtime lead guitarist). Beyond a Song would like to mention here our profound sadness at the passing of John Prine, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jason Wilber lent infinite support to the show theme, it's original production, and concept. His work with John Prine for a quarter of a century inspired the interest in talking with musical guests about the art of songwriting. Heretofore, our show is dedicated to John Prine and Jason Wilber, and continues to be inspired by their lives and music. Specifically this show highlights the guest artist's early musical experiences and influences, their creative process, and the stories behind some of their songs. Beyond a Song also explores the lives of others who contribute to the making of music through recording, producing, or audio engineering. Most pieces in the series are "Evergreen" and can be played any time.

  • From: ISOAS Media
  • Updated: Jul 22, 2022
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:00:00
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471 Pieces

Each week Minnesota Native News looks at social, economic, cultural, health issues and more facing Minnesota’s Native American communities. By informing and educating all Minnesotans about events, activities, and issues in Minnesota’s Native American communities this program interweaves the Native American culture into the rest of the communities of the state.

  • From: Ampers
  • Updated: Jan 29, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 05:36
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314 Pieces

Inside Europe: Get the inside take on European affairs... DW's weekly news magazine explores the topical issues shaping the continent. No other part of the globe has experienced such dynamic political and social change in recent years.

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407 Pieces

Author interviews connecting you with the latest books by Minnesota authors.

  • From: WDSE
  • Updated: Nov 30, 2021
  • Avg Piece Length: 10:38
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263 Pieces

The popular radio show, “You Bet Your Garden®” touted as an hour of "chemical-free horticultural hijinks," is a weekly, nationally syndicated broadcast hosted by Mike McGrath, that will now be produced in the studios of PBS39 in Bethlehem, PA. This weekly call-in program offers ‘fiercely organic’ advice to gardeners far and wide.

Caption: It is so hard to write you this sonnet/because I long for you in another way/ I want to make it like ''Shall I compare thee to a summer day?:"But then there was that summer day..., Credit: Susan Cook "Prologue to "Breathing: American Sonnets"
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The River Is Wide is one listener's complement to public radio as media that has always made room for thoughtful discourse about human decency and prevention of harm. Written by a psychologist and political activist, The River Is Wide presents Citizen's Guides, The Dept of Poetic Justice (with lyrics for the Great American Wrongbook", The Indifference Diaries, sonnets when no other format seems appropriate, an ode here and there In the Department of Poetic Justice, Sixty-second Moral Inquiries and brief commentaries. Public radio can be a muse and PRX has become the pen and paper, yes, for many letter-to-the-editor writers, including this one.The series began after a local editor refused to publish a letter he called "uncivil" which criticized a political candidate for a failure to acknowledge human rights violations by the Chinese in his appeal to bring Chinese business to Maine. At a public forum, the Candidate for Governor was asked why he ignored this Chinese indifference to human rights. He replied, "What? Bring it on," he sneered. The censorship of "The humble Farmer" by Maine Public broadcasting for speaking against the Iraq War also influenced the creation of this series. We hope there will never come a day when the public conscience (and mine) ignore a flagrant omission of concern for human rights. Speaking truth to power about those omissions is the task of The River Is Wide series.

  • From: Susan J. Cook
  • Updated: Nov 15, 2023
  • Avg Piece Length: 04:14
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11 Pieces

The Yonder Report is a short, fast-paced roundup of rural news, featuring a wide variety of rural voices.

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297 Pieces

Spectrum: The fascinating world of science and technology Spectrum is a half-hour weekly with developments in the fields of science and technology.

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235 Pieces

Austin Film Festival’s On Story is a one-hour series that offers a look inside the creative process from today’s leading writers, creators and filmmakers.

Caption: Timely, In-Depth Progressive Analysis
486 Pieces

Timely, In-Depth Progressive Analysis: Between The Lines is a weekly syndicated half-hour news magazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, economic and social issues.

  • From: Scott Harris
  • Updated: Aug 09, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 29:14
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266 Pieces

Notes from the Jazz Underground is where Jazz gets a little weirder, a little louder, and a little more on the edge.

  • From: WDCB
  • Updated: Dec 26, 2018
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:01
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272 Pieces

Essential connections exist between nature, our gardens, and our places in both. Through thoughtful conversations with growers, gardeners, naturalists, scientists, artists and thinkers, Cultivating Place: Conversations on Natural History and the Human Impulse to Garden is a weekly public radio program and podcast that explores what we mean when we garden.

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Soulsations takes listeners on an engaging musical journey of R&B and Gospel music. Host Carla Eckels has been recognized numerous times for her work on Soulsations, including DJ Personality of the Year by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.

  • From: KMUW
  • Updated: Jun 24, 2021
  • Avg Piece Length: 59:27
Caption: Karl Christenson & Dr. Zorba Paster
171 Pieces

Laughter's the best medicine, and there's always a healthy dose on public radio's longest-running healthy living talk show. Join Zorba Paster and Karl Christenson as they kick back with callers for lively talk about what's new in healthy living on ZORBA PASTER ON YOUR HEALTH. For custom promos/tags please reach out to Karl Christenson: karl.christenson@wpr.org

Caption: Mike Canton, Host/Producer of The Soul Show
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Warning: This is not your Grandma's or Grandpa's R&B hit parade :) Also, please note that The Soul Show is under agreement with WZUM (PA, WV, OH) and WIUP (PA) to air exclusively in their respective broadcast regions. Please contact me with any questions. Thanks! ---------------------------- Request for support Hi there. As you can see, I list The Soul Show as a free purchase on PRX. Truth is, I believe it’s worth more to you. Based on the standard PRX rates, the next choice is 88 dollars, which I know a lot of small stations can’t afford, and which larger stations won’t pay until I have a long, syndicated track record. More truth: The Soul Show, aside from the donated labors of love, does carry real monthly costs: Adobe subscription, Google Drive subscription, Mixcloud fees, to name some. As we always say during public radio campaigns, the beauty is that listeners can set the value and give what’s feasible. As an independent producer these days, the message is the same. 88.00 might be too much per episode, but how about 30.00, 20.00, 10.00 or 5.00? Air, and enjoy, The Soul Show! Thanks, Mike Canton soulshowmike.org CashApp: $soulshowmike Venmo: $soulshowmike EIN available upon request

  • From: Mike Canton
  • Updated: Feb 10, 2023
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:57:55
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245 Pieces

L.A. Theatre Works is the world's leading producer of audio theatre.

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68 Pieces

Grammy winning composer Gordon Goodwin presents Phat Tracks with Gordon Goodwin, a two-hour tour (with a one-hour version) through a wide range of Jazz styles and concepts.

  • From: KSDS
  • Updated: Jun 24, 2022
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:58:20