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Each week, members of MAC's staff host The Mississippi Arts Hour, a radio program broadcast on Mississippi Public Broadcasting's FM and digital radio networks. The show features interviews with Mississippi artists, musicians, craftspeople, and others involved in arts and culture from around the state. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Made In Mississippi podcast will interview successful Mississippians to gain valuable insights into their approach to business, life as a busy entrepreneur and what they’ve learned throughout the course of their career. Collectively, we know this will be a dynamic resource to educate and encourage other Mississippians who may be feeling the negative connotations to launching, growing, or keeping their business in our state.
 
Hit singer-songwriter-recording artist, and the King of 'Delta Soul', Steve Azar has made some friends along the way. And as Steve's song "Mississippi Minute" says, "Life goes by so fast that if you blink, you'll miss it... but in a Mississippi minute you can take your sweet time." Each Thursday and Friday on Supertalk Mississippi and at Supertalk.FM, you can spend a "Mississippi minute" with Steve and his friends from the music, TV, film and sports worlds.
 
In a continued effort to provide relevant, interesting and engaging programming to our statewide audience, MPB Think Radio provides Mississippi Edition, a weekday news magazine program. Mississippi Edition, hosted by Karen Brown, features the latest news of the day and interviews with the people who are making the news themselves. The program not only provides Mississippi news but also addresses the ways that national and world news affects our state. Join Karen Brown as she shares the lates ...
 
Host Adam Ganucheau and the Mississippi Today political team bring you intimate access to the most connected players and observers in Mississippi politics. This podcast is a continuation of the mission that Mississippi Today serves: To present facts, perspectives and appropriate context on all sides of a political debate. With no focus on one side of the aisle or the other, we'll also provide you the other side of a story, giving our award-winning journalists a platform to share their insigh ...
 
Next Stop, Mississippi is your on-air source for information about upcoming events and attractions across the state. Get to know the real Mississippi! Each week MPB alongside MDA Division of Tourism, will highlight well-known and unknown places in Mississippi with the best food, parks, music and arts. We’ll not only tell you what’s going on in your neck of the woods but also share the history and people behind the markets, sporting events, concerts, fairs and festivals all over Mississippi. ...
 
Welcome to Mississippi Prospects. A new podcast focused on community and economic development throughout Mississippi. Brought to you by the MEDC, each podcast will explore a broad range of topics. From workforce development and corporate recruitment to stress management and the traits of effective leadership. You’ll hear from economic development experts who will share their insights on how we can build a stronger Mississippi together.
 
Old Times on the Mississippi is a non-fiction work by Mark Twain. It was published in 1876. Originally published in serial form in the Atlantic Monthly, in 1875, this same work was published as chapters 4 through 17 in Twain's later work, Life on the Mississippi (1883). Old Times on the the Mississippi has one last chapter that has nothing to do with the rest of the book. A Literary Nightmare describes the funny/sad/maddening effect that a catchy jingle can have on those unlucky enough to be ...
 
Do Good Mississippi (DGMS) is a movement showcasing individuals, businesses, and organizations that are doing good throughout the state of Mississippi. By highlighting the good happening in a compelling way, DGMS hopes to connect like-minded individuals that have shared interests and values so that we can accomplish even more together. This show interviews individuals who are doing good around the state to bring attention to their work and invite listeners to join them in making a positive i ...
 
Programa semanal de recomendaciones de blues. 1 hora de la música que nació a las orillas del río de la esclavitud. En una época donde la musica tiene una vida fugáz, este programa pretende buscar en las raices, a encontrar esas canciones que forjaron todo lo que existe hoy. La nueva música no es necesariamente la que se acaba de hacer, sino la que no conoces. Y eso es un vasto océano en el que puedes ir profundo
 
Mississippi Ed Talk, a podcast produced by the Research and Curriculum Unit (RCU) at Mississippi State University, takes a deep dive into the innovative practices underway in Mississippi’s public schools and districts. Each month, we talk to K-12 administrators, teachers, and key stakeholders to gain insight into promising practices and understand how they came about. Whether you are an educator, a parent, or an education advocate, this podcast will keep you informed about some of the most u ...
 
Directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck and actor Ryan Reynolds talk about Mississippi Grind. The freewheeling road movie centers on Gerry (Ben Mendelsohn), a talented but down-on-his-luck gambler whose fortunes begin to turn when he meets Curtis (Reynolds), a younger, highly charismatic poker player. The two strike up an instant friendship and begin a road trip to a legendary high stakes poker game in New Orleans.
 
Radio Free MS is dedicated to the conservative grassroots movement and free speech. This is a group free zone. Everyone is welcome to participate including Republicans, Democrats, Independents, 912ers, Smart Girl Politics, Campaign for Liberty, Freedomworks, MS Tea Party groups, it doesn't matter. We are all united to take our country back from bad career politicians. We all want to keep America free and stop this march to socialism.
 
Navegamos por el río de la música norteamericana, cuyas aguas no han dejado de sobrepasar su cauce original desde principios del siglo XX, calmando la sed de infinidad de estilos musicales y oídos ansiosos del resto del mundo. Ese río figurativo está relacionado con ríos verdaderos, como el Mississippi, el más grande del país, que nace en el estado de Minnesota y pasa por diez estados distintos para desembocar en Nueva Orleans, y el Hudson, que nace en el norte del estado de Nueva York y des ...
 
A river memoir documenting Twain’s early days as an apprentice steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River before the American Civil War. Reminiscing about his happy experiences as a young man under the instruction of an experienced mentor, the autobiographical tale depicts one of the most vivid illustrations of river life. Furthermore, the book captures the author’s nostalgic emotions through his resonant depiction of one of the most notable periods of his life. Twain begins his memoir with a ...
 
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The coronavirus pandemic is revealing more about the financial security of Mississippi's rural hospitals. We examine efforts to expand Medicaid in the state. Then, state lawmakers encourage eligible Mississippians to get vaccinated. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, a Mississippi teen is recognized as a top science scholar. Segment 1: Mi…
 
1972 - Hiram Todd grew up on his family’s Newton County farm in the 1880s. In this episode, he describes how they grew their own food and raised cotton for cash. After graduating high school, Todd decided to pursue a career in education. He taught school in Ellisville, Crystal Springs and Hattiesburg before moving to Natchez to accept a position wi…
 
Leslie Barker talks with GRAMMY award-winning musician and this year’s Governor’s Arts Awards Lifetime Achievement honoree, Benjamin Wright. Wright, a native of Greenville, shares stories about his work with Michael Jackson, Gladys Knight, Earth, Wind & Fire, Justin Timberlake, and countless other musical legends. See acast.com/privacy for privacy …
 
Listen to this episode of the Made In Mississippi podcast as Anna Barker and Hagan Walker tell us about Glo Pals. Their award winning children's bath toy line that's bringing a lot of fun to an often NOT fun time for children and parents. Based in Starkville, Glo Pals is already in major retail stores across the country. You'll also hear about an e…
 
In episode 137 of the TigerTalk podcast presented by Northeast Mississippi Community College, host Will Kollmeyer welcomes Northeast president, Dr. Ricky G. Ford, to the podcast as Kollmeyer and Ford sit down to discuss what is happening at the college. Northeast is coming off its holiday break that saw the students spend nearly two months away fro…
 
We made it through one of the toughest years in our lifetime and now it’s time to hit the road for the New Year!! We’ll start our trip in Jackson for the Mississippi Home Show Jackson and speak with Susan Hogue, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Stages Mississippi, and end the trip with Brad Franklin, Founder and Executive Director of the 6th Annual…
 
As COVID-19 deaths climb following the holiday surge, state officials continue their push to make more coronavirus vaccines available to eligible residents. Then, with the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden approaching, state capitals are under heightened security. We hear from state lawmakers on the insurrection in Washington and the challe…
 
State health officials expect more doses of vaccine in the coming weeks, but distribution will still be limited. Then, it was the first rocket test of its kind in decades, but it was shut down after just over a minute. We look at what last weekend’s test at the Stennis Space Center means for project Artemis. Plus, a local civil rights veteran recal…
 
After the health department's scheduled vaccinations abruptly reached capacity, residents seek answers from officials about when the next shipment of doses will be available. Then, with FBI warnings of protests beginning this weekend throughout the nation, we examine Mississippi's preparations. Plus, 60 years after the first Freedom Rides, we refle…
 
Appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations through the health department has reached capacity following a surge in demand. Then, we examine the latest effort to impeach and convict President Donald Trump, and how accountability for the insurrection at the Capitol could extend to lawmakers. Plus, in our Book Club, “The Prophets,” by Robert Jones, Jr. Se…
 
Months after an overwhelming vote, the new Mississippi state flag is finalized by Governor Reeves and raised above the state capitol. Then, vaccination roll-out in Mississippi is lagging behind - especially in long term care settings. Health officials and representatives from major pharmacies explain the delays during a hearing with lawmakers. Plus…
 
With snow hitting the Magnolia State, we talk to the National Weather Service about how long residents can expect wintry weather. Then, the health department expands vaccination sites in the continuing fight to lower transmission of the coronavirus. Plus, after assuming leadership of the Department of Corrections last summer, Commissioner Burl Cain…
 
1973 - In 1915 Hawkins Vickers went to work for his brother-in-law selling vegetable plants to local farmers. In this interview from 1973, he explains how that pioneering business model grew into a nationwide industry. Vickers moved to Hattiesburg in 1923 to start his own vegetable plant business. He recalls how two years of bad weather nearly conv…
 
In interview with Mississippi Today’s Geoff Pender and Bobby Harrison, state Sen. Derrick Simmons of Greenville, the chamber's Democratic leader, praises bipartisan spirit in state Capitol, though he said differences still exist. He also questions whether rioters at U.S. Capitol would have been handled differently had they been African American.…
 
As part of The Mississippi Arts Commission’s series of interviews featuring the recipients of this year’s Governor’s Arts Awards, Melody Moody Thortis focuses on the work of the Tutwiler Quilters; known nationally for their quilts, potholders, placemats and purses. During the pandemic, the group transitioned to making masks for local hospitals and …
 
A record high in COVID-19 cases elevates health professionals' concerns over an already stressed hospital system. Then, the Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee reflects on the storming of the Capitol earlier this week. Plus, the latest State of the State survey reveals a drop in the Governor's approval rating. Segment 1: Mississippi has …
 
Health officials lay out plans to expedite vaccines to Mississippi’s oldest residents. Then, the new state flag moves one step closer to becoming official as the Senate ratified the November vote. But a recent poll indicates nearly 40 of voters still believe Mississippi is heading in the wrong direction. Plus, in today’s Book Club, Mississippi auth…
 
Lawmakers in the house certify the November vote to adopt a new state flag. Then, on the day Congress is scheduled to certify the electoral votes for President, one member of Mississippi's Congressional delegation explains why he is joining at least 100 other Republicans in objecting certification. Plus, after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, Black…
 
State leaders move to make the coronavirus vaccine more accessible to older residents as COVID-19 transmission and hospitalizations continue to soar. Plus, on the opening day of the new legislative session, we preview the major issues like teacher salaries and the state income tax with our analysts. Segment 1: State leaders in Mississippi are devia…
 
The Lt. Governor previews the upcoming legislative session while considering safety measures during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Then, a moratorium that prevents evictions has been extended by the federal government. But one apartment association leader says unpaid housing bills are still piling up for thousands of Mississippians. Plus, a muse…
 
Larry Morrisey and his Arts Commission colleague Maria Zeringue discuss the online publication Mississippi Folklife; a MAC project documenting the state’s present-day cultural heritage. Three Mississippi Folklife contributors are featured. Vish Shenoy, a sitar player based in Clinton, MS; Addie Citchens, the author of two essays about Clarksdale an…
 
Gov. William F. Winter passed away on Dec. 18, 2020. He served as Mississippi’s 58th governor from 1980 – 1984. Winter, a Democrat, championed public education, historical preservation, and racial reconciliation. His legacy includes the Education Reform Act of 1982, the Two Mississippi Museums, and the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconcilia…
 
In the final week of 2020, Mississippi Today editor in chief Adam Ganucheau recalls his favorite episode of The Other Side from 2020. That episode features Mississippi Today's political reporters debriefing on the night that lawmakers voted to change the state flag that featured the Confederate battle emblem and had flown for 126 years.…
 
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