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33 Pieces

"Dibaajimowin" is the Ojibwe word for "stories"

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14 Pieces

CyberFrequencies is a fast-paced news and culture podcast that explores how the Web and technology are transforming our culture daily. We do that by sifting through the barrage of information and noise so that you don't have to. Visit us at CyberFrequencies.com!

  • From: Queena Kim
  • Updated: Aug 31, 2010
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:41
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Have you ever wanted to know more about pivotal events and important people? Sure you have. Join Conor Bentley and his guests as they go in depth on on the scene.

  • From: Conor Bentley
  • Updated: Dec 17, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:40
Caption: Peace Mural in Belfast, Credit: Mike Hally 2014
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A series of five reports investigating the state of reconciliation and peace-building in Northern Ireland after the 'Good Friday' or 'Belfast' Agreement of 1998.

  • From: Mike Hally
  • Updated: Aug 05, 2014
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:39
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A look at the salmon farming industry in British Columbia.

  • From: KUOW
  • Updated: Mar 05, 2006
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:37
Caption: This estimate includes those typically not counted by CDC estimates, e.g., the incarcerated, active duty military, homeless., Credit: Jake Harper
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Hepatitis C infects an estimated five million Americans, though most of them don’t know it. Now, deaths from hepatitis C are on the rise in baby boomers. And new infections are creeping up among a younger generation of injection drug users. But there's new hope. Less than a year ago, their only options for treatment were complicated regimens of injections that caused major side effects and didn’t always lead to a cure. Today, new drugs can cure the disease, with few side effects. It's what many people living with hepatitis C have been waiting for. The trouble is, the drugs are so expensive they're out of reach for many. So where do we go from here?

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My original radio docs.

Caption: Soila Sayialel saves elephants , Credit: Soila Sayialel
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"Africa’s Wildest Stories" is a community project that shares true wildlife stories told by people who live or have lived in Africa. Extraordinary stories about Africa's unique wildlife spectacles are told by Maasai warriors,Watha hunter gatherer, a victim of a buffalo attack, a white hunter, scientists, elders, traditional fishermen, honey hunters, Indian settlers, an entomologist....and more. This project not only safeguards these memories in the form of audio and visual stories, but makes them available to anyone anywhere exactly the way they were originally told.

  • From: Paula Kahumbu
  • Updated: Sep 13, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:35
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Science supported by supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center.

  • From: Jorge Salazar
  • Updated: Feb 12, 2015
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:35
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Fundraiser spots where listeners talk about why they love the station

  • From: Richard Paul
  • Updated: Oct 11, 2004
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:33
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27 Pieces

Audio projects from the Washington & Jefferson College January travel course Cultural Diversity and Radio in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

  • From: WNJR
  • Updated: Feb 01, 2011
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:33
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A week-long series of 7- to 8-minute features exploring the environmental implications of NAFTA in Mexico.

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The 2010 Radio Rookies Queens broadcast workshop was in partnership with the Flushing YMCA. The Queens Rookies reported stories about everything from gangs in schools, to what it’s like to have your dad deployed in Afghanistan, to online girl gamers.

  • From: Radio Rookies
  • Updated: May 24, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:32
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Welcome to the website for the Aviation Story Trim podcast. Trim's are short segments taken from a longer Aviation Story podcast

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A look at psychology, happiness and meditation from a Buddhist POV

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Journalistic radio pieces created by New Haven high school students.

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A series that will cover photogrpahy at a entry level. The aim will be to give people the information to help them properly utilize the tools.

  • From: Dave Cook
  • Updated: Feb 07, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:32
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Individual artists offer unnarrarated first person accounts of an album that changed their life.

  • From: KUT
  • Updated: Feb 11, 2007
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:31
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Free! - Ten part series about challenges facing a public high school in North Carolina.

  • From: WUNC
  • Updated: Aug 08, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:31
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16 Pieces

The daily podcast featuring voices and stories from KUOW's Weekday High School Internship Program.

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Twelve workers who might otherwise go unnoticed – a deli waitress, bus driver, metal scrapper, longshoreman and bathroom attendant, to name a few – take us inside their places of work to show us what they do, why they do it and what it takes to get through a shift.

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As baby boomers age, Alzheimer's disease could become the nation's greatest health care crisis. Is there an effective treatment on the horizon? Might the disease be prevented? Will we provide enough funding for Alzheimer's research, and to care for those stricken by the disease? We look for answers to those questions in this five-part series.

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A four-part series about Europeans who are organizing against hate groups and discrimination in Europe.

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"Two Guys on Your Head" is a short feature, produced at KUT Radio, that explores topics associated with the brain. UT Professors Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke spend a lot of time thinking about why we do what we do and in this series they join KUT host Rebecca McInroy to answer questions like "How is the adolescent brain wired ?" "How does advertising work?" and "What impact does sleep, or lack thereof, have on our brains?" We would love to know what you think of the show, you can email us at twoguys@kut.org with comments, questions for the doctors, ideas, or just about anything. Find videos with Art and Bob on the KUT Youtube channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/kutaustintx

  • From: KUT
  • Updated: Aug 16, 2013
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:24
Caption: Tailor Paola Gueli<br/> has helped make Italy famous for<br/> its quality, handmade products<br/> but she is part of a disappearing breed., Credit: Luigi Fraboni
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Italy is renowned for its artisans -- from bakers to tailors, jewelry makers to marble workers. They create unique masterpieces by hand, even in a mass-produced age. But these artisans and their work is at risk of disappearing, leaving the wider world without skilled craftsmen trained in the Italian tradition.

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Young radio producers in Liberia explore issues important to them.

  • From: UNICEF
  • Updated: Oct 29, 2009
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:21
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Centerstage Minnesota Features are value-added segments focusing on various aspects of Minnesota's music landscape, past and present. Centerstage Minnesota Features are produced by Nothern Community Radio, and are made possible by Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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I represent the first generation whom, when we were born, the television was now a permanent fixture in our homes. When I was born people had breakfast with Barbara Walters, dinner with Walter Cronkite, and slept with Johnny Carson

  • From: Tony Figueroa
  • Updated: Oct 24, 2006
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:19
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Curtain Call is a weekly program dedicated to the theater arts in the Twin Ports area and Northern Minnesota. Host Lawrance Bernabo reviews and spotlights local productions, musicals, locally produced plays, independent and Hollywood movies in current and upcoming runs.

  • From: KUMD
  • Updated: Jul 01, 2012
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:19
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Examining major issues of the 2008 presidential campaign through the lens of history and current voters' attitudes.

  • From: KPLU
  • Updated: Oct 12, 2008
  • Avg Piece Length: 07:19