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30 Jul 2014 KUMD

Strange water from an old iron mine may become a new energy resource

From Ampers

The Soudan Mine in northern Minnesota has not been a productive source of iron ore for nearly 50 years. The mine is now a state park, open to visit...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
30 Jul 2014 KUMD

Bringing back Minnesota’s most characteristic, most threatened landscape

From Ampers

Through its Prairie Recovery Project, the Nature Conservancy is collaborating with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, the federal gover...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Keeping Minnesota’s first languages alive

From Ampers

The Minnesota Indian Affairs Council administers dozens of programs intended to preserve and restore the first languages of the Native Americans wh...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

The value of maintaining Minnesota state trails

From Ampers

Minnesota is regarded as one of the best states in the country for trail recreation, with more the 30,000 miles of multi-use trails criss-crossing ...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Protecting groundwater makes sense—and makes money—for Central Minnesota farmers

From Ampers

Through collective efforts and training from state agricultural agencies, central Minnesota farmers are discovering a rare win-win situation. As Do...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Touch-screen displays beckon a broader range of visitors to Minnesota parks

From Ampers

Thinking about a trip to one of Minnesota’s parks and trails? Consider making your first stop the Rosedale Shopping Center, the Minnesota Zoo or on...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Givens Black Books: Building the audience for African-American literature

From Ampers

The Givens Foundation for African-American Literature established a community reading campaign, Givens Black Books, aiming to increase engagement i...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Touring playwright Jeffrey Hatcher finds the theatrical impulse wherever he goes

From Ampers

When Minnesota playwright Jeffrey Hatcher was eleven years old, he created his own production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet for his fifth grade class in ...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

New generation of naturalists enhances visitor experience at Minnesota parks

From Ampers

Responding to studies showing that programs for children are likely to boost use of state parks and trails, the Minnesota Department of Natural Res...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Once-polluted St. Louis River Estuary is now a “poster child”

From Ampers

For decades, the water in the world’s largest freshwater estuary has not been truly fresh at all. Decades of industrial waste have polluted the St....

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Minnesota’s fiddle tradition: There is one? What does it sound like?

From Ampers

St. Paul musician Michael Sawyer, known as “Clawhammer Mike,” spent a year and a half traveling the state to research and collect old Minnesota fid...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Minnesota is losing its shallow lakes. Why should anyone care?

From Ampers

Deteriorating conditions in shallow lakes throughout western and southwestern Minnesota threaten food supplies for ducks and other waterfowl. A nu...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Art brings joy to St. Paul assisted living facility

From Ampers

Elderly residents at St. Paul’s Ravoux public housing high-rise are responding enthusiastically to Lifelong Learning in the Arts, a Legacy Amendmen...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

“The landscape of emotion in story”: Preserving the Hmong song poetry tradition

From Ampers

For centuries, the Hmong people of Southeast Asia have used sung poetry as a way to preserve their history and culture. As the Hmong have emigrated...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:31
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Minnesota’s Jewish history documented online in MNopedia

From Ampers

You’ve probably heard of Wikipedia, the digital, open-access encyclopedia. Now there’s MNopedia, an online reference resource devoted to Minnesota ...

Added: Jul 26, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KUMD

Zoo initiative gets Minnesotans back in touch with their farm roots

From Ampers

Despite Minnesota’s historical dependence on agriculture, more than half of our state’s residents lack exposure to farm life because they live in c...

Added: Jul 27, 2014 | Length: 01:30
29 Jul 2014 KMUZ

The Loneliest Creature on Earth

From Lilly Sullivan

Whales are highly social and usually travel in groups. So when scientists discovered a whale that seems to swim alone, they were surprised. The wha...

Added: Jun 05, 2013 | Length: 11:41
29 Jul 2014 KEOS

Global Village 7.30.14

From KMUW

Global Village highlights ‘60s Latin funk band Mandrill, American Afrobeat group Antibalas, ‘60s Spanish ska band Los Telstars, and acclaimed oudis...

Added: Jul 29, 2014 | Length: 57:00
29 Jul 2014 KMXT

The International Americana Music Show - Show #1426 for July 29th - Aug 5th, 2014

From Michael Park

This week Richard Thompson from England lets loose with a new version of an old song, Bonnie Riatt sings backing vocals on a track by an Irish sing...

Added: Jul 29, 2014 | Length: 59:00
29 Jul 2014 KMXT

SITPE # 1431

From Stephen R Webb

Remodeling

Added: Jul 29, 2014 | Length: 01:58:00
29 Jul 2014 KMXT

In Other News.... (Told Through Narration, Music and Soundbites)

From Paul Fischer

A roundup of recent news developments that deserved more coverage. ( told through narration, music and soundbites)

Added: Jul 29, 2014 | Length: 59:00
29 Jul 2014 KMXT

Janis Ian at the Fur Peace Ranch

From WOUB

Singer-songwriter Janis Ian in performance at the Fur Peace Ranch from June 15, 2014.

Added: Jul 29, 2014 | Length: 58:59
29 Jul 2014 KMUZ

Haunted Cabin

From Jake Warga

Ever wonder what it would be like to spend the night in haunted cabin with a group of ghost hunters? No electricity, no phones, but lots of strang...

Added: Jun 22, 2004 | Length: 19:52
29 Jul 2014 KMUW

HOB Radio: Johnny Winter Part 2

From Ben Manilla

Part 2 of our special retrospective on the Texas guitar giant

Added: Sep 07, 2010 | Length: 59:01
29 Jul 2014 KMUW

HOB Radio: Johnny Winter Part 1

From Ben Manilla

Part 1 of our 2 part special on the Texas Blues-Rock legend

Added: Aug 27, 2010 | Length: 59:00
29 Jul 2014 KMUW

Terry Teachout's "Pops:" Louis Armstrong's Culture Changing Genius

From Radio Open Source with Christopher Lydon

Chris Lydon in conversation with Terry Teachout, whose new biography of Louis Armstrong, titled "Pops," affirms his standing at the level...

Added: Feb 26, 2010 | Length: 58:59
29 Jul 2014 KMUW

Savannah Music Festival LIVE - 613 - Marcus Roberts Solo 2013

From Savannah Music Festival LIVE

In the spring of 2013, pianist Marcus Roberts played a concert at our festival that surveyed a broad cross section of 20th century American music.

Added: Jul 01, 2014 | Length: 59:02
29 Jul 2014 North Country Public Radio

The Latin Alternative 1420

From WMHT

This week we're celebrating the 50th anniversary of Fania Records, the iconic label that single-handedly changed the history of Afro-Caribbean ...

Added: Jul 28, 2014 | Length: 58:59
29 Jul 2014 North Country Public Radio

The Vinyl Cafe August 3rd, 2014 "Danceland"

From Vinyl Cafe

This week’s show comes from “Danceland” a hundred year old dancehall on the shores of Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan.

Added: May 21, 2014 | Length: 54:34
29 Jul 2014 PRX Remix

Episode 7: J.R.R. Ziemba

From Criminal

Crime victims are often put under the same scrutiny as the accused. Not only for their version of events, but sometimes for how they look and talk,...

Added: Jun 30, 2014 | Length: 17:23
29 Jul 2014 KUOW

Sam Friend

From South Carolina ETV Radio

Banjoist and bandleader Sam Friend
and his band the New Orleans Swamp
Donkeys play jazz, blues, and originals,
drawing on the sound of grassroot...

Added: Jul 29, 2014 | Length: 53:00
29 Jul 2014 Capital Public Radio

Contested

From Al Letson

Host Al Letson and guest producer John Biewen (of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University) present a collection of stories from Durha...

Added: May 14, 2014 | Length: 53:53
29 Jul 2014 Capital Public Radio

The Sorting of America

From Al Letson

The U.S. has been a country shaped by migration, dating back to the days of the pioneers making their way West. But recently, this country has been...

Added: May 13, 2014 | Length: 53:53
29 Jul 2014 KUOW

On the Waterfront

From L.A. Theatre Works

Budd Schulberg's classic, re-imagined for the stage.

Added: Jul 28, 2014 | Length: 01:57:58
29 Jul 2014 KCSM

NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Scott

From National Endowment for the Arts

NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Scott on Vultures; Approach; and Radio.

Added: Nov 18, 2009 | Length: 05:30
29 Jul 2014 KPVL

Folk Alley Hour TWO #140724 good through July 31

From WKSU

Folk Alley is a free, weekly music program. Available to stations to air as a one-, or two-hour show. Each week, host Elena See collects the best i...

Added: Jul 23, 2014 | Length: 58:58
29 Jul 2014 KPVL

Folk Alley Hour ONE #140724 good through July 31

From WKSU

Folk Alley is a free, weekly music program. Available to stations to air as a one-, or two-hour show. Each week, host Elena See collects the best i...

Added: Jul 23, 2014 | Length: 58:59
29 Jul 2014 WPSU-FM

Reveal Pilot #3

From Reveal

Reveal 3, the latest pilot from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX. In this episode: an investigation into accidents and equipment fail...

Added: Jun 03, 2014 | Length: 59:00
29 Jul 2014 Prairie Public

The Avett Brothers In Concert: Newport Folk Festival 2010

From NPR Music

Hear the band give one of its warmly appealing, engagingly frenetic live shows live in Newport, R.I. NOTES: Available to broadcast 4 times in a 1 y...

Added: Aug 01, 2010 | Length: 59:23
29 Jul 2014 WPSU-FM

Fracking Up Coal Down?

From Climate One

Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, has changed the energy landscape across America by making natural gas abundant and cheap. To some it’s a blessin...

Added: Jun 20, 2014 | Length: 58:55
29 Jul 2014 KSVR Studios: Skagit Valley Radio

Moyers & Company Show 329: The Conscience of a Compassionate Conservative

From Moyers & Company

A champion of compassionate conservatism says free enterprise is the poor’s best hope, this week on Moyers & Company.

Added: Jul 23, 2014 | Length: 23:59
29 Jul 2014 WOUB

In Other News.... (Told Through Narration, Music and Soundbites)

From Paul Fischer

A roundup of recent news developments that deserved more coverage. ( told through narration, music and soundbites)

Added: Jul 29, 2014 | Length: 59:00
29 Jul 2014 PRX Remix

Mama, I'm a Girl

From Marlo Mack

A mother comes to terms with the fact that her young son...is actually her daughter.

Added: Jul 22, 2014 | Length: 07:17
29 Jul 2014 KSVR Studios: Skagit Valley Radio

Reel Discovery: And So It Goes

From Kristin Dreyer Kramer

On the latest Reel Discovery, Kristin catches up with Rob Reiner with his latest rom-com, And So It Goes.

Added: Jul 25, 2014 | Length: 03:00
29 Jul 2014 KCBX

Riverboat Shuffle

From Guy Rathbun

In the latter days of the Golden Age of steamboats, many musicians plied their trade with the orchestras traveling the Mississippi. Memphis and St....

Added: Jul 28, 2014 | Length: 59:00
29 Jul 2014 KSVR Studios: Skagit Valley Radio

Strange Currency 07.29.14 or floating date

From KMUW

Listen for selections from Hypnotic Eye, the brand-new release from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and from Fuego, the latest release by Vermon...

Added: Jul 28, 2014 | Length: 01:53:55
29 Jul 2014 KVMR

Moyers & Company Show 329: The Conscience of a Compassionate Conservative

From Moyers & Company

A champion of compassionate conservatism says free enterprise is the poor’s best hope, this week on Moyers & Company.

Added: Jul 23, 2014 | Length: 23:59
29 Jul 2014 Prairie Public

BOB DYLAN: LIVE AT THE NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL

From Joyride Media

Rita Houston hosts this look back at Bob Dylan's Newport Folk Festival appearances from 1963-1965

Added: Nov 15, 2007 | Length: 59:00
29 Jul 2014 KPTZ, Port Townsend, WA

Kitchens of Central America (Half Hour Version)

From With Good Reason

Wisdom and stories learned from grandmothers in Central Mexican Kitchens. Plus: can years of farming rice change a cultural personality?

Added: Jun 13, 2014 | Length: 29:00
29 Jul 2014 KPTZ, Port Townsend, WA

First in the Family (Half Hour Version)

From With Good Reason

Nearly a third of college students in the United States are first-generation—meaning their parents and grandparents didn’t go. For many of these st...

Added: May 16, 2014 | Length: 28:59