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This episode was recorded on October 23rd, 2022, in Charleston, WV. The lineup includes John Fullbright, Willi Carlisle, Matt the Electrician, Jesse Milnes & Emily Miller, and Martha Scanlan & Jon Neufeld. Podcast support is provided by Diversified Energy.https://bit.ly/3ONK2qJ
Congress is set to take up legislation this week to impose an agreement between railroad companies and union workers. Clark Ballew from the BMWED national union joins us. Then, we get the latest on Hawaii's Mauna Loa — the world's largest active volcano which erupted for the first time since 1984 over the weekend — from Bill Dorman of Hawai'i Public Radio. And, Columbia University law professor Katherine Franke talks about what the passage of the Respect for Marriage Act would mean. Utah County marriage clerks Russ Rampton and Ben Frei explain why they perform online marriage ceremonies for same-sex couples from countries where same-sex marriage is banned, even though it runs contrary to their church's religious teachings.
A native-born Belgian shares what delights him most about his small, but justifiably proud country. Then author Catie Marron recommends some of her favorite gardens around the world — plus the most enticing ones she's yet to visit. And author Seth Kantner, who was raised way off the grid in northwest Alaska, alerts us to the increasing threats to the people and wildlife of the Alaskan Arctic. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.
Our 1,000th episode was recorded on October 9th, 2022, in Charleston, WV. The lineup includes Sonny Landreth and Cindy Cashdollar, Parker Millsap, Lucy Kaplansky, Caleb Caudle, and The Paranoid Style. Podcast support is provided by Diversified Energy. https://bit.ly/3Ew6rUF
Many Americans grew up with a transistor radio somewhere in the home. Out of it emanated the commentaries, stories, news, and analysis. Public radio was a key means of getting information. But between podcasts, satellite radio and on-demand streaming, some argue that signal is fading. Nimble upstarts and emerging technologies have created wildly successful new platforms, enabling a broad diversity of creators to broadcast their views. What does this mean for the future of public radio? Intelligence Squared host and moderator John Donvan moderates a debate between two media luminaries, who zero in on this existential question: Is Public Radio Still Relevant? Arguing "No" is Kmele Foster, political commentator and Co-Founder of Freethink. Arguing "Yes" is podcast creator and Co-Founder of Magnificent Noise, Eric Nuzum. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Listeners tell us what makes their hometowns feel special, then the host of the TV show Lidia's Italy describes the remarkable diversity among the regional cuisines of Italy — and how each naturally features whatever's particularly delicious from a given area. Then a Madrid-based wine expert shares tips for food pairings and fully enjoying what you're drinking. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.
This week on Barrel Room Chronicles, I speak with Adrian Covert about his book Taverns of The American Revolution and will find out about some very interesting history including how the term “Bar” came to be. Then later in the show we'll see what new releases are hitting the market. To see the full show notes visit this episode's show page. Have questions for Adrian about his book or research? Ask them on our socials or leave us a voice message on our website or Anchor page and your recording might be played on our Speak Easy segment. Streaming now on Anchor, Spotify, Apple, Google, iHeartRadio, Amazon, YouTube and wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. Barrel Room Chronicles is a production of 1st Reel Entertainment and can be seen or heard on Anchor, Spotify, Apple, Google, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, YouTube, Breaker, Public Radio and wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/barrel-room-chronicles/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/barrel-room-chronicles/support
We are three guests deep, welcoming Guy's Guy, Robert Manni whose brand and purpose are all about guiding men and boys through an ever-changing cultural landscape towards a better understanding of themselves, women and our collective human experience.From there, we're backstage with The Cowsills who are bedecked with jolly and about to take the stage for the Andy Williams Moon River Theater Christmas Extravaganza in Branson. The Cowsills just dropped brand new music with their album, Rhythm of the World, they share a special history with our co-host Louise Palanker who directed the doc, Family Band: The Cowsills Story, they are armed with teen idol memories and ready to play Teen Mag Trivia AND, they will close out their appearance here with a helping of Christmas Carol!We culminate with KCRW's Steve Chiotakis, host of Greater L.A. and a man who truly understands Los Angeles on a granular, neighborhood level. What do Angelenos need and expect from their local NPR station? How is public media structured? What is the news/music/information mix that suits listeners? And how can public radio best entertain and inform the people it serves? Plus Fritz and Weezy are celebrating British women of particular note and character, recommending The Crown and Enola Holmes on Netflix and PBS's Miss Scarlet and The Duke.Path Points of Interest:The CowsillsRhythm of the WorldRhythm of the World on YoutubeThe Cowsills PodcastThe Happy Together TourFamily Band: The Cowsills Story on PrimeThe Andy Williams Moon River TheaterThe Cowsills on FacebookSusie squeals on The Cowsills Bob Answers 80 Intimate QuestionsOur Hates and Loves by The Cowsills Fritz and Weezy on The Cowsills' PodcastRobert ManniThe Guy's Guy Guide To Love by Robert ManniGuy's Guy TV Guy's Guy PodcastFritz and Weezy on Guy's Guy TV Fritz and Weezy on Guy's Guy Podcast Robert Manni on InstagramRobert Manni on TwitterRobert Manni on FacebookSteve ChiotakisKCRWSteve Chiotakis Socials @RadioChio. Steve Chiotakis on FacebookBorn and RazedGreater L.A.Fritz and Weezy on Greater L.A.Miss Scarlet and The Duke on PBSEnola Holmes on NetflixThe Crown
Vermont has the most breweries per capita. But the more beer they brew, the more they have to deal with their wastewater. Caleb Henderson of Winooski asked us this: “Breweries and cideries were in the news a few years ago for the wastewater. How are they mitigating their waste now? Has it improved?”Reporter Howard Weiss-Tisman learns how breweries — and communities — are grappling with this issue in different ways. And in many respects, Vermont is ahead of the curve. To see photos from Howard's reporting and find a transcript of this episode, check out our web feature.Howard Weiss-Tisman reported this episode, and Angela Evancie produced it, with research and studio help from Mae Nagusky. Mix and sound design by Josh Crane, Mae Nagusky and Angela Evancie, with additional help from Myra Flynn. Ty Gibbons composed our theme music; other music by Blue Dot Sessions.Special thanks to the crew at the Richmond wastewater plant, the Vermont Brewers Association and Lui Schmit.Disclosure: A lot of the folks Howard talked to and mentioned in this episode either are or have been Vermont Public or BLS underwriters, including The Alchemist, Switchback, Citizen Cider and the Agency of Natural Resources, which houses the Department of Environmental Conservation. And Lawson's Finest Liquids, which also brews a beer named after our show that helps support our station.As always, our journalism is better when you're a part of it:Ask a question about VermontVote on the question you want us to tackle nextSign up for the BLS newsletterSay hi on Instagram and Reddit @bravestatevtDrop us an email: firstname.lastname@example.orgMake a gift to support people-powered journalismTell your friends about the show!Brave Little State is a production of Vermont Public.
As broadcast November 15, 2022 with plenty of welling eyes for the opener. Well, we put the spotlight on Big Thief in Seoul on Saturday, so tonight we head to Yes24 Live Hall to do the same with Khruangbin, who closed with a solo guitar version of Arirang that just gave everyone in the studio all the right kinda chills. Surely, we are not alone on that front! Great new joints out this week from artists you need to get to know if not so initiated, with Kat Bass & Danno highlighting new joints and just released albums from Hyd, Winston Surfshirt, JW Francis, and S.C.A.B. Don't sleep!#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Khruangbin – Arirang (live in Seoul) & White GlovesReal Pleasure feat Dorota Szata – Was It Love?Caramel – Chasing a SoundLOMELI – InterrupterSilver Liz – High at the GymS.C.A.B. – Six Songs Into Your Spotify Playlist Part II (33:11)Winston Surfshirt ft Ramirez - All of the Little Things Glitter Party - Swimming in Red Jordana - Hands Over My HeadHONEYMOAN - Shortcuts JW Francis - Dream House Absofacto - Dissolve (extended) Part III (61:46)half•alive - High UpThe Arcs - Heaven is a PlaceEloise - Vanilla Tobacco Q - Today SOULBYSEL & Lilith The Moonlan - Hmmmmm (Prod. 1024) Gabrielle Shonk - How We Used To Be Part IV (92:37)Car the Garden - DIAMOND Quadeca & Sunday Service Choir - fractions of infinity Hyd - Oil+HoneySam Valdez - Your PartyZach Shimpf - Ten Whole Years Connie Constance - Red Flag
This episode was recorded on October 2nd, 2022, in Charleston, WV. The lineup includes Sophie B. Hawkins, AHI, Kiltro, Anthony DAmato, and The Claudettes. Podcast support is provided by Diversified Energy. https://bit.ly/3Ahaa7r
Summary: Welcome to another great episode of Startup Junkies! On this episode, hosts Caleb Talley and Jeff Amerine sit down with Matthew Moore and Kyle Kellams of KUAF. Matthew is a reporter and producer for Ozarks at Large, a locally produced news podcast/daily show that covers news, sports, politics, arts, culture, and the quirky and unusual happenings in the Ozarks. Kyle has been the news director at KUAF for over twenty-five years and has been producing Ozarks at Large for over three decades. Throughout the episode, Caleb, Jeff, Matthew, and Kyle discuss the history and future of public radio, how podcasting has influenced traditional radio, and the burden of providing newsworthy content. Show Notes: (0:57) Introduction to Matthew and Kyle (2:03) Matthew and Kyle's Origin Stories (7:02) Marrying Podcasting with Traditional Radio (8:57) Podcasting's Effect on the Radio Business (10:52) Providing News Coverage to Large Areas (14:24) A Public Radio Station's Business Model (20:11) Changes in the Radio Industry (24:18) Listening to Your Own Content (27:05) Interesting Moments (32:46) When Earned Media Makes Sense (37:11) Advice to Younger Selves (40:10) Closing Questions Links: Caleb Talley Jeff Amerine Matthew Moore Kyle Kellams Ozarks at Large Quotes: “I think for a certain number of people who had left radio for whatever reason, audio became cool again. For public radio, at least, podcasting is a natural rift back and forth.” - Kyle Kellams, (9:10) “At Ozarks at Large sometimes we get to tell a different kind of story that you can really only tell on radio. If you were trying to tell that story in the paper or on TV, you would need different kinds of aids, but hearing someone tell a story from perfect memory in a way you can only do through audio is really cool.” - Matthew Moore, (13:42) “I could talk forever about the fractured media landscape and the danger that it poses, but I think one of the great things going for us is there's so many out there doing it like that and so few doing it like us, that we have people searching for the kind of radio we do.”- Kyle Kellams, (16:03) “There's this expectation of a kind of journalism, reporting, and storytelling they can hear from other stations like NPR. What they hear from Ozarks at Large is a very specific and very regional version of that. It's high-quality and well-informed, unbiased storytelling.” - Matthew Moore, (16:34)
As broadcast November 14, 2022 with plenty of concert memories for the start of the work week. For anyone that was up in Seoul this weekend to see either Big Thief's first concert in Korea or Khruangbin's performance the same night, you all saw amazing shows. Big Thief's performance at Rolling Hall was something else, with the glitches and hiccups along the way somehow making it even better. Of course, it's Monday and that means all new music on this show aside from the upcoming shows, and we had a lot of great stuff drop last Friday with Sharon Van Etten, Chiiild, Jordana, and SAULT providing the big fireworks in hour one along with a highlight of PREP's show this Friday up in Seoul. Part 3 we were Poppin' Off as usual, and big new joints and albums from Wizkid, Rihanna, Stormzy, and The Boss added the big spotlights. For part 4 and our Fresh K Cuts, there wasn't a lot of info on many of the artists, but great new tunes to check out and a couple albums to spotlight as well.#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Big Thief – Notflowerovlove – Out For The WeekendJordana – You're in the WayNana Lourdes – Thinking About YouSAULT – LionChiiild – Bon Voyage Part II (30:36)Ging – We're Here, My DearSharon Van Etten – When I DieChristian Leave – SuperstarRunner – Bike AgainHyd – Only Living For YouPREP – As It WasPREP – Who's Got You Singing Again Part III (59:57)Wizkid feat Ayra Starr – 2 SugarRauw Alejandro – LEJOS DEL CIELORihanna – Born AgainStormzy – FirebabeJulia Michaels – Sorry Me TooMahalia – Bag of YouBruce Springsteen – Turn Back The Hands of Time Part IV (90:51)TONE – news from youYeoeun – Lonely NightMoim – Woo~deulrejang ft Sun the Lily – YEPPIHAD feat Nieah – GoodbyeCOLL!N feat Khakii – VrVrZitten – Now is
Get expert advice for planning a trip to the majestic Scottish Highlands. Then hear about some of Spain's most influential artists, from El Greco to the modern day. And discover what's making Alabama an increasingly popular destination for international visitors. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.
As broadcast November 10, 2022 with plenty of admiration for the keys. Tonight we begin marking the 20th anniversary of Johnny Griffith's passing. Griffith was the long-time man on the ivory for The Funk Brothers, who were Motown's in-house band, and thus you have the passing of a man whose licks made soul what it was in the golden days. Lots of new soul to explore in our Sampled funk and soul first half tonight, with tunes from The Winston Brothers, The Allergies, Object Heavy, Avantdale Bowling Club, Allen Stone, and so many other worthies. Dan Lloyd joins us once again for our AMPED rock ruckus after that, with highlights from Gina Birch, Narrow Head, and David Knudson, and a tribute to the wonderful Mimi Parker, the drummer and vocalist for Low who succumbed to cancer this week and will be most dearly missed.#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Marvin Gaye – I Heard It Through The GrapevineThe Winston Brothers – Free RideThe Allergies – Sometimes I WonderTurtlenecks feat Miss Rachelle Jeanty – Break FreeObject Heavy – For The BetterAdi Oasis – Get it Got it Part II (31:25)The Harlem Gospel Travelers – Do You Know The ManAvantdale Bowling Club – Rent 2 HighThe Green with Allen Stone – Coming Home (remix)Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad – Jax Is BusyGhost Funk Orchestra – PrismFela Kuti – Ariya Part III (63:26)Gina Birch – Wish I Was YouWeird Al Yankovic – Now You KnowNOFX – Punk Rock ClichéCreeper – Ghost BrigadeLow – Just Make It Stop Part IV (96:19)Everclear – Year of the TigerNarrow Head – Moments of ClarityDavid Knudson – No Ways No Means (ft. Tim Kasher)Squeeze – Food For ThoughtdEUS – Must Have Been NewABTB – Bully
As broadcast November 11, 2022 with plenty of laughs and good memories. Tonight we welcome Gwangju Buskers World Cup finalist Katie Ferrara to the show for more than a few giggles remembering her time in Korea and rocking some tunes from her favorite artists in LA and beyond. We talked about Patrick Joseph's Korean secret identity, the difficulties of not naming Flute Loops after a cereal in conversation even though he's like coolest person in the world, and the good and bad of the Buskers World Cup.#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)The Cure – A ForestBroken Bells – The High RoadBroken Baby – Hand HeatJas Josland – MoneyKatie Ferrara – This City Katie Ferrara – Picking Apple Part II (31:56)Charlotte Campbell – Peter PanJames TW – When You Love Someone (Acoustic)Bryce Drew – Lucky NumberOtis Kane – FreeLoren Oden – GalaxiesBen Jansz – Woman Part III (59:05)Katie Ferrara – Wolf CryPatrick Joseph – Arsonist BluesCHERONE – Good NewsLotti – CasualtyJP Saxe – When You Think Of MeMalachy – While We're Both Still Here Part IV (92:51)Katie Ferrara – Love Ain't Simple Dylan Dunlap – If That's AlrightFlute Loops – FruitionMcKail Seely – Next Same ThingKylie Morgan – If He Wanted To He WouldGenevieve York feat Teo Olivares – Better at Bad ThingsThe Avener feat John Martyn – Glory Box
This episode was recorded on September 25th, 2022, in Charleston, WV. The lineup includes Ray Wylie Hubbard, Mary Gauthier, Darden Smith, Frances Luke Accord, Cole Chaney. Podcast support is provided by Diversified Energy. https://bit.ly/3Up5zbf
As braodcast November 8, 2022 with plenty of fond goodbyes. Tonight we open the show paying tribute to a good friend we lost last week Monday far too early. Mike Schroeder was a tremendous presence here in Gwangju for years and years, a guy known for his love of music, smoked meats, baseball, and so much else. A true renaissance man, to be sure. Thus, Danno dedicated the opener for tonight's program to the memory of our dear friend, as selected by the woman he loved Maria, and we also tailored the first block of new tunes for this week to a man whose lack of presence surely diminishes our fair City of Light. Full two hours tonight we (finally) have Kat Bass back in the studio and we have a lot to get through musically, with cutes from Kainalu, Una Rosa, Goth Babe and MorMore being highlights in a very strong pack of freshies.#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Bon Iver – Skinny LoveHabe – NothingGoth Babe – Holy TonightUna Rose – ResolutionsKainalu – Ginseng HourglassConflict at Serenity Pools – Don't Feed Bear Part II (33:31)Anna of the North - Red Light Miss Grit - Follow The Cyborg Bobae - The Law of Inertia Cherry Angel - Caffeinated Maddie Moon ft. swirl world - i miss you Una Rose - In The Garden Digging Part III (60:52)MARBLES - World Inside Me Winter - Kind of Blue Goth Babe - Surfing in Iceland Benny Sings - The Only One Quelle Rox - BIRDY'S Soft Blue Shimmer - Burden of Desire Part IV (90:55)MorMor - Don't Cry Nature TV - One For The Road CD Ghost - If Only The Haunted Youth - Stranger ABOUT & Hemo ft. ALEPH - Anti Romance Joji - Die For You
As broadcast November 7, 2022 because we just can't seem to get enough. Tonight we open with a dig at weak and befuddled Glasgow Rangers, but that's not the focus...although they are PATHETIC and generally terrible. We focus on the 2020 Rock Hall Inductees of which Depeche Mode was one in a very strong class. After that, it's all our favorite new tunes for the first half of the show finishing with a spotlight on Stella Donnelly playing in Seoul on December 6 at Rolling Hall. Part 3 as per usual we are Poppin' Off with the big new tunes over the weekend, with highlights from Selena Gomez, Masego, and BGYO, the latter of whom dropped a new album Friday! To finish in part 4, it's some of our favorite new Korean indie, with the big highlight coming at the grand finale with JAMBINAI announcing a new EP out next year!#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Depeche Mode – Just Can't Get EnoughPhoenix – After MidnightConnie Constance – KamikazeYves Tumor – God Is a CircleFirst Aid Kit – Palomino Samia – Mad At Me Part II (30:03)Caroline Rose – Love Lover Friendfanclubwallet – RoadkillThe Rare Occasions – Start This OverCavetown – Heart AttackMatt Corby – ProblemsStella Donnelly – Old ManMethyl Ethel feat Stella Donnelly - Proof Part III (59:31)Selena Gomez – My Mind & MeQ – Todayhemlock springs – girlfriendGryffin x Matt Maeson – Lose Your LoveMasego – Say You Want MeBGYO – Game OnAvril Levigne feat YUNGBLUD – I'm A Mess Part IV (90:11)ABOUT feat Hemo & HWI YOUNG – BurnQueenstown – No MatterNAMHYUK – Summer vacationMeaningful Stone – TrashLEEYOUNGWOONG feat JAEHA – DON'T WORRYJAMBINAI – from the place to be erased
Find out how you can "do like the Romans do," in the trend-setting neighborhoods of Rome. Hear about the crazy rides travel writer Will Hide has been on, cycling across the hills of Rwanda, and driving what the locals in India call "the world's most dangerous road." And guides from Slovenia and Bosnia take listener calls to help plan fun trips into the countries of the former Yugoslavia. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.