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Are you curious about the Miami Valley, its history, people or economy?

  • From: renee wilde
  • Updated: Jan 02, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 04:22
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9 Pieces

It’s stories about creativity – told through creative audio storytelling.

  • From: renee wilde
  • Updated: Jan 02, 2017
  • Avg Piece Length: 05:29
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161 Pieces

The Political Junkie Minisodes series has been discontinued.

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15 Pieces

Special full-hour episodes of Ken Rudin's Political Junkie, offered a few times per year to stations with no ongoing series subscription required.

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Documentaries and features from Minnesota Native News.

  • From: Ampers
  • Updated: Dec 29, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 30:35
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Individual stories from Minnesota Native news that make up the weekly newscasts.

  • From: Ampers
  • Updated: Dec 29, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 05:02
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Native American veterans explain why protecting our land and resources is an important part of Native culture and traditions.

  • From: Ampers
  • Updated: Dec 29, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:30
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Family conversations exploring the question “what matters most?” to those involved in providing or receiving care in the last stages of life. Allina Health helped fund this project.

  • From: Ampers
  • Updated: Dec 29, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:30
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First-hand experiences and advice about the challenges and rewards associated with caring for loved ones in the last stages of life. Allina Health helped fund this project.

  • From: Ampers
  • Updated: Dec 29, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:30
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How do we shift our political views on criminal justice, gun control, and climate change? How do we overcome racism and homophobia? How do we recover from alcoholism and other forms of addiction? Reckonings explores how people fundamentally change their hearts and minds. Guests range from policymakers to high school students, and business leaders to artists — all of whom share a willingness to wrestle with transformation.

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A Moment of Science presents scientific information clearly, concisely, and with good humor. In just two minutes, you'll get the scientific story behind some of the simplest and most curious phenomena from everyday life.

  • From: WFIU
  • Updated: Dec 21, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 02:00
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A series of four one-hour documentaries that explore the story of peacemakers in various spiritual traditions.

  • From: Humankind
  • Updated: Dec 20, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 58:59
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Jazz Interpretations of Christmas is a collection of holiday songs in one or two hour programming blocks for your holiday programming.

  • From: Jim Raposa
  • Updated: Dec 19, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 56:39
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58 Pieces

The International Americana Music Show - a free, weekly series - is the only radio show to exclusively play Americana music made solely by non-American artists. Each hour-long show is presented by New York based, Scottish broadcaster, Michael Park and includes occasional interviews with the musicians whose music is featured on the program. New shows are uploaded to PRX every Tuesday. More info is available at www.tiams.org

  • From: Michael Park
  • Updated: Dec 16, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 57:59
Caption: Central Park School for Children in Durham, NC, is currently the only charter school in the state that holds a weighted lottery that prioritizes low-income families. Last year, 12 of the new 42 kindergarten students entered the school through the economic, Credit: Reema Khrais, WUNC
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The Southern Education Desk takes an in-depth look at school choice in a region where major battles for equal access to education have been fought. Today, parents and educators look at options to eliminate achievement gaps and give students the same opportunities to learn, regardless of their zip code, race, ethnicity or station in life. How does does school choice work? Does it benefit students, teachers and school systems? This series explores the issues. It works well during National School Choice Week, which starts January 24-30, or it can be used at anytime.

  • From: WBHM
  • Updated: Dec 15, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 04:08
Caption: History Professor John Neff, director of the Center for Civil War Research at the University of Mississippi, reading from the plinth erected in the center of the Confederate cemetery on the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) campus. , Credit: Sandra Knispel, Mississippi Public Broadcasting
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Reporters throughout the South explore teaching the South's past and culture in the classroom.

  • From: WBHM
  • Updated: Dec 15, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 03:52
Caption: In addition to balancing academics and athletics, college athletes also face the challenge of injury on the field of play, like this Gardner-Webb soccer player in a game at UAB., Credit: Dan Carsen
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A look at the challenges of athletics and academics for individuals at NCAA Division I schools and those who hope to be D1 athletes in the future.

  • From: WBHM
  • Updated: Dec 15, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 03:44
Caption: Amy Jeffries, Credit: Al Barone recruits in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for UP Elementary
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Charter schools are changing American education. Some say the change is for better, and others say it's worse. This series looks at the charter schools movement in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee.

  • From: WBHM
  • Updated: Dec 15, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 03:57
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What happens when summer becomes a season of learning for youths instead of just a time to disconnect from school? This series explores a variety of initiatives designed to keep youths engaged in learning over the summer.

  • From: WBHM
  • Updated: Dec 15, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 04:30
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25 Pieces

Real stories where humans and our habitat meet.

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Architecture and design and art can make your life better ... or worse. Architectural historian and writer Ted Wells explores what we can learn from celebrated architects and designers, and the houses, buildings, gardens, and objects they create.

  • From: Ted Wells
  • Updated: Dec 14, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 25:08
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Special episodes for the holiday season.

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A one-hour show of classical pipe organ music

  • From: Brent Johnson
  • Updated: Dec 10, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 01:00:00
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The winners of the 2016 Sarah Lawrence College International Audio Fiction Awards.

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Charting the journey from childhood to graduation

  • From: KERA
  • Updated: Dec 08, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 17:25
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In a series called "The First Week," KERA reporters listened in on conversations students, parents, educators and police officers engaged in after a summer of racial turmoil in the U.S. and police shootings in Dallas.

  • From: KERA
  • Updated: Dec 07, 2016
  • Avg Piece Length: 11:31
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18 Pieces

Two Americans--a historian and a foreign policy expert--discuss a US/China/Asia media headline over a weekly cup of espresso.

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A new series on Writer's Voice, featuring short interviews with experts on topics current in the news.

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Our goal for this series is to open a national conversation regarding the environment and why it is so important to stop DAPL. Use these short interviews on your radio station to START the National conversation. Men and women from the Standing Rock Front Lines clarify their purpose as Water Protectors and dispell widely published misconceptions. They will share stories of peace and power at the front and discuss legal battles, stories of violence at the front lines, sacred ground, sacred sites, environmental concerns and many other subjects important to The Water Protectors.

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The 2016 ShortDocs Challenge, in partnership with Manual Cinema (a cinematic shadow puppet performance collective), invited two to three-minute long stories inspired by the cinema and one of four genres: Rom-Com, Sci-Fi, Film Noir and Nature Doc.