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The Wall Street Journal has called it "One of the best places to hear classical music in the summer". In Jackson Hole at the foot of the Teton Mountains, some of the best musicians from across the nation come together to form the Festival Orchestra under the leadership of the world-renowned Maestro Donald Runnicles, who hosts this series with festival director and pianist Andrew Palmer Todd.

Caption: President Gerald R. Ford approves a seven year extension of the Voting Rights Act, which broadens voting protection especially for Mexican Americans, Asians, and Native Americans while congresswoman Barbara Jordan looks on.
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The 1975 Voting Rights Act: A Brief History is a four-part podcast on the 1975 Voting Rights Act Extension and Expansion, which extended protections to Latinos and others. Produced by Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez with a grant from Humanities Media Project.

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A 90-second daily module (Monday - Friday) from Feature Story News in Washington DC that takes an in-depth look at a topical story in the news.

  • From: Simon Marks
  • Updated: Nov 26, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:30
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Indefensible is a podcast series brought to you by the Immigrant Defense Project. Over five episodes, producer Will Coley will bring you stories from people who are standing up and holding out; fighting to be with their families. They say they’re here to stay.

  • From: Will Coley
  • Updated: Nov 23, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 19:10
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When the news is first reported, sometimes there's more to say. Problem is, there's not always enough time on the radio. So in this series, KUER reporters get to stretch out a bit with host Doug Fabrizio and talk about the best work they've done, play more tape, offer personal insights--really, it's about giving stories the time they need to be told right.

  • From: KUER
  • Updated: Nov 20, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 14:10
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Produced and hosted by world music enthusiast Denis McGilvray, The Rhythm Atlas explores the amazing array of musical styles that can be heard all over the globe, from Afrobeat to Zouk. You’ll hear new releases as well as influential classics. It’s a global gumbo, a funky fusion of international styles, a musical adventure that will take you all around the world. And fair warning: you just might find yourself dancing!

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The Chicago Athletic Association hotel’s Storytelling Series shares compelling stories and interviews from inspiring movers, shakers and visitors making an impact in Chicago and beyond.

  • From: Alex Kime
  • Updated: Nov 17, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 22:33
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In October 2017, Texas Folklife worked with a group of students at Hogg Middle School in Houston, Texas. These are the finished stories - a diverse medley of pieces reflecting the communities of Houston.

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The Children’s Bookshelf from WCMU Public Radio showcases new children’s book titles meant to engage young readers in the joy of story found in both the written word and illustrations. The target audience includes teachers, librarians, parents and grandparents as part of their role to foster the love of reading. Each of the two minute reviews have accompanying study questions and activities and are available as podcasts. The series host and reviewer is Dr. Sue Ann Martin, Professor Emerita of Communication and Dramatic Arts in the College of Communication and Fine Arts, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.

  • From: WCMU
  • Updated: Nov 14, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:00
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Leaving the world of adolescence and entering the adult world — the real world — can be a confusing time for anyone. But for young people with disabilities, it can feel like arriving at a cliff as they leave behind the cocoon of school and sometimes struggle to find a place where they belong. Exited, launching Nov. 13, is a podcast that will bring you the stories of eight young people, ranging in age from 17 to 26, as they navigate transitions in various settings – high school, higher education, sheltered workshops, day programs and home life.

  • From: WXXI
  • Updated: Nov 14, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 03:30
Caption: Hosts: Dr. Betsy Brunner (right) & Dr. Malliga Och
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This program is dedicated to critically examining the media and how to be responsible consumers of information and conscientious citizens. Each week, we will invite guests on to the show to discuss contemporary issues and how to navigate the complex webs of information and entertainment in which we are immersed.

  • From: KISU
  • Updated: Nov 13, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 34:18
Caption: KBOO/Beloved Community
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The spiritual and ethical foundations for activism.

  • From: John Shuck
  • Updated: Nov 13, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 56:01
Caption: https://alexkime.com/podcasts/, Credit: Alex Kime
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We share compelling stories and interviews from inspiring movers, shakers and visitors making an impact.

  • From: Alex Kime
  • Updated: Nov 13, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 18:02
Caption: KKL Lucerne, Credit: Priska Ketterer/LUCERNE FESTIVAL
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WQXR is pleased to offer four concerts from the 2017 Lucerne Summer Festival! Founded in 1938, this six-week event on the edge of Lake Lucerne attracts top-name classical soloists and orchestras from around the world.

  • From: WQXR
  • Updated: Nov 10, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:58:00
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Talking About California focuses on issues of major political, social and cultural importance to California. In September 2017, Cal Winslow hosted a special series co-hosted by Loreto Rojas, marking Hispanic Heritage Month. Together, Cal and Loreto will focus on the crisis of the Trump presidency and its attacks on millions of workers and their families. The program will explore the origins of this crisis, its immediate and projected long-term impacts, the widespread opposition to Trump, as well as alternate visions and solutions.

  • From: KZYX
  • Updated: Nov 10, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 52:23
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A podcast about the ideas that shape our world.

  • From: Zachary Davis
  • Updated: Nov 09, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 15:07
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slow music for fast times

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Free, weekly 59 minute program. Host Jorma Kaukonen introduces each program's featured artist in a series of concerts recorded at the Fur Peace Ranch guitar camp. An eclectic blend of performances including blues, folk, Americana, rock, bluegrass, and jazz.

  • From: WOUB
  • Updated: Nov 05, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:59
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A show for the fans and future fans of the unique and diverse GenXYZ classical music scene where we freshly tell astonishing stories about old music for new generations.

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Take an hour long journey exploring America's rich musical heritage without leaving the comfort of home. Join Greg Easterling as he features musical styles ranging from Blues to Bluegrass, Country to Americana, Folk to Roots Rock, and more.

  • From: WDCB
  • Updated: Oct 26, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:27
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How will states like California and New York negotiate the end of cannabis Prohibition? Is medical marijuana the miracle cure it claims to be? What are the risks to young people? What is the future of cannabis business? From the heart of the Emerald Triangle The KZYX Cannabis Hour answers all these questions and more.

  • From: KZYX
  • Updated: Oct 25, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 53:14
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Russian interference in last year's Presidential Election.

  • From: Mike Dakkak
  • Updated: Oct 25, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 31:58
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The Ecology Hour is an hour-long program on KZYX- Northern California. Hosted by Dr. Robert Spies, a marine biologist, and Tim Bray, a geologist, the show explores the science of ecology, especially related to our location in Mendocino County. We interview scientists on the front lines of ecological research, who describe some of the amazing things being discovered about this planet and our place in it.

  • From: KZYX
  • Updated: Oct 24, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:08:57
Caption: Photo courtesy of Cook County Historical Society archives
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At age 20, Albert Bally left his college studies in Milwaukee to enlist in the U.S. Army. His letters home to Grand Marais over the next two years follow the highlights of America's World War I experience. With directness and sometimes humor, Al's letters illuminate the challenges of communication and the suspense faced by American families who waited weeks for every precious letter to make it home.

  • From: WTIP
  • Updated: Oct 24, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 04:28
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"Illuminations" is a series of 3 hour-long radio documentaries about Jewish culture in relation to the larger society. (Each of the 3 shows can be broadcast as stand-alone programs.) A Traveling Jewish Theatre - Executive Producer

  • From: Claire Schoen
  • Updated: Oct 22, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 59:01
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Special episodes focused on native American literature, spirituality, and traditions.

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Join Scooby as he connects the musical dots between Moroccan Hip-Hop and 90’s Grunge, Bollywood Soundtracks and millennial Dub. We broadcast every week – but if you want a quick ear-look at the show please press the big PLAY button. Presented in his usual formidable style, DJ Scooby is a force to be reckoned with on the local music scene. He has a history of residencies where he got to play some of the more established artists played on his show. However, with ‘The Sound Of Wonder’ he lets all inhibitions go.

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This series of programs covers The Blues genre in its entirety, starting with music from the early 20th century through today. Host, Mr. Jack has been studying the history of blues for well over 30 years and has a large collection of Blues Music that he will be sharing with listeners as he adds some interesting historical facts behind the music, the artists and the songs. This Project focuses on Blues in Minensota. This project is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

Caption: Radio K (KUOM)
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Behind the Scenes with MN Musicians: Off-Mic & On-Camera

  • From: Radio K
  • Updated: Oct 17, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 13:17