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Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne

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The Louisiana Anthology Podcast is an part of the larger project of the Louisiana Anthology. We release new episodes every Saturday, and the podcasts last for around an hour. The purpose of the Louisiana Anthology Podcast is to discuss the literature and culture of Louisiana. We broadcast interviews with various authors, artists, and scholars about their contributions to Louisiana.
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Louisiana Lefty

Louisiana Lefty

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Louisiana Lefty, hosted by veteran campaign organizer and Democratic strategist Lynda Woolard, is a podcast about politics and community in Louisiana, where we make the case that the health of the state requires a strong progressive movement, fueled by the critical work of organizing on the ground. Our goal is to democratize information, demystify party politics and empower you to join the mission. Thanks to Ben Collinsworth for producing Louisiana Lefty, Jennifer Pack for creating our Super ...
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Louisiana Eats

Poppy Tooker

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Louisiana Eats! is a radio show for people who cook and people who love to eat well—all with a Louisiana point of view and Poppy’s distinctive Louisiana voice. In each program listeners join Poppy as she meets people who produce, cook, and eat the foods we enjoy and treasure — exploring kitchens and stores, farms and waterways where favorite foods are produced and prepared. And because Louisianans love all kinds of food, Poppy won’t limit herself to shrimp creole and hot sauce!
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Louisiana Farm Bureau Podcast

Louisiana Farm Bureau Podcasts

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Louisiana Farm Bureau is constantly working protect and promote Louisiana's farmers, ranchers, and rural residents. This podcast exists to share stories of those farmers with interviews about their farms and issues important to them. Here, we will also share about the work Farm Bureau is doing on their behalf on issues related to public policy from the parish level all the way to the halls of Congress in D.C.
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Talk Louisiana

Jim Engster

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LSU Manship School Professor Bob Mann and Advocate Editorial Writer Lanny Keller exchange rankings of the ten Louisiana governors in their lifetime…from Earl Long to John Bel Edwards. Mann worked for Gov. Kathleen Blanco and Keller was on the team of Gov. David Treen. Keller and Mann also talk about the testimony of Special Counsel Bob Mueller before two U.S. House committees and the discussion about LSU’s new multimillion dollar football operations building. Mark Ballard, Capitol Bureau Chi ...
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Louisiana's Playground

Visit Lake Charles

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Louisiana’s Playground is a podcast about all there is to experience in Lake Charles. Join hosts Brady Renard and Jillian Corder as they share fresh perspectives from locals, businesses, and area experts about the best-kept secrets of Southwest Louisiana. This podcast will give you all the tools you need to build your own personal Lake Charles itinerary. Louisiana’s Playground explores what it means to be bold and outspoken, yet laid back and homey. Tune in bi-weekly for a taste of all South ...
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Louisiana Purchase

Jaycee Mitchell

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This podcast is about the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Cover art photo provided by Alex Rodríguez Santibáñez on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@alexrds
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Louisiana Sports Weekly

Louisiana Sports Weekly

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A weekly review of Louisiana Sports action in the past week. This podcast mainly focuses on the New Orleans Saints (NFL), LSU Football, New Orleans Pelicans (NBA), and LHSAA Prep Football
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Bayou Justice is a true crime podcast featuring unsolved or historically notable murders and mysteries from South Louisiana — often bizarre cold-case homicides and disappearances examined through interviews with key players, including police investigators, lawyers, victims, and their families.
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What's Next Louisiana

Louisiana Community and Technical College System

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A podcast created by the Louisiana Community and Technical College System to inform and inspire current and future students. The series will explore in demand, high wage career opportunities, workforce development and adult education.
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Louisiana Equine Council Podcast

Daniel Dauphin- Host

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The Louisiana Equine Council (LEC) is a non-profit organization that exists to serve the entire horse industry of Louisiana: All Breeds, All Disciplines. The Board of Directors recognized that many members of the La Equine Community don't know what the LEC does to help them and how involved we are in statewide and legislative matters affecting us all. The LEC Board of Directors has decided to use the podcast format to better educate and communicate with the La Equine Community as a whole. Th ...
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On this episode, host Lynda Woolard shares a Zoom event she recorded with our Democratic Party professor Stephen Handwerk and current Democratic Parish Executive Committee candidates. Louisiana State Law on Political Parties, Parish Executive Committees RS 18:444 - RS 18:448: Start Reading Here See what’s on your March 23, 2024 ballot: Secretary of…
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Journalist Peter Kovacs gives his take on journalism in America as well as remembers Times-Picayune columnist James Gill amid his recent passing. Tulane professor Blake Gilpin talks his upcoming lecture at the Louisiana Old State Capitol regarding Black suffrage, "The Dawn of Black Suffrage". For more information, visit https://louisianaoldstatecap…
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A lot of magic can be made with nothing more than flour, sugar, and, of course, butter! On this week's show, we explore the magic that some folks are achieving with just that combination.First, we hear from Juliana Fernandes and Juliana Freire, the dynamic duo behind one of New Orleans' newest eateries, Juliana's Brazilian Bakery and Café. Playfull…
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562. This week we talk to Greta de Jong about civil rights in North Louisiana. "Civil rights in North LA. Examining African Americans' struggles for freedom and justice in rural Louisiana during the Jim Crow and civil rights eras, Greta de Jong illuminates the connections between the informal strategies of resistance that black people pursued in th…
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Post-doctoral research scholar Keo Corak of USDA-ARS Genomics & Bioinformatics Research Unit discusses predictive sugarcane breeding at the joint meeting of the American Sugar Cane League and American Society of Sugarcane Technologists in Baton Rouge in February 2024. A video slide deck can be found of this presentation at the American Sugar Cane L…
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Louisiana has always been known as a great state for news. The news itself my not have always been great but the flow of reporting on the politics, disaster, lifestyles and good times within a multi-cultural state has been continuous. Jari C. Honora, historian and genealogist for the Historic New Orleans Collection, joins Louisiana Life Executive E…
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This week is National Grain Bin Safety Week. Joining us on this episode of the podcast are Wendell Miley and Matt Sirgo of Louisiana Farm Bureau. They are here to talk about the upcoming grain bin safety workshops and the story behind why they started these programs over a decade ago. The first workshop will be held Tuesday, Feb. 27 in Acadia Paris…
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Edible Outdoors Cook, Jason Thornton, joins us to talk about how you might prepare some of that meat you put in the freezer this season. We talk about some of his variety recipies for venison, how to prepare meat for the freezer and for meal prep, and much more. Follow Jason by search "Edible Outdoors Cook" on Instragram or Facebook. You can also v…
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The "Plastic Man" Ryan Lambert of Cajun Fishing Adventures drops by to discuss Ryan changing his tactics and tools to get that catch, if fly fishing is on the menu this time of year and what you could expect to catch, how many people can prop their feet up at the lodge, and how are the Mallards down in Mexico?…
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Don is joined by Brendan Bayard, a member of the BCKFC, to cover his celebrity fishing partner this weekend, fishing Trout on the pier, fishing over at the PAC (Point-Aux-Chenes) and some news from out there, and if the full moon brings good catches.Audacy
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Mike Gallo of AAofLA.com covers his plan for this beautiful weather ahead of us as he will drift and bounce from place to place, a customer snuck a banana on the boat, looking for submerged vegetation for your catch, if deeper canals might still stock up on Trout, and if the Biloxi Marsh has been producing at all recently.…
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In the 2nd hour, Don previews this hour as we dive into everything from an angler who was able to sneak a banana onto Mike Gallo's boat and he was just as surprised as we were, to who Brendan Bayard could be fishing with today, an early possible nominee for Bad Boy of the Year, how things are DTR (down-the-river) for our residential "Plastic Man", …
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For everything Grand Isle, we head on over to Reel Screamers Guide Service owner/operator Daryl Carpenter as the fishing has been just downright good, where the fish have been biting around the Isle, getting March out of the way for good Summer fishing, and Wahoo has been crazy with the moon cycle.Audacy
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Kirk Stansel from Hackberry Rod And Gun drops by to discuss his Bass tournament up in Toledo Bend going 37 years strong, Redfish have been good recently but Trout have been far and few between, and the new regulations might make that even worse, and how would Kirk rate this past Winter fishing season?…
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Don is joined by Robbie Campo from Campo's Marina to see what is happening around St. Bernard parish as the catch is as varied as it comes, the month of February is almost over so get rid to get back out there, and how you can help clean up the waters for you and yours.Audacy
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As February comes to a close, Don is joined by many guests to talk about this fantastic weather as February wraps up, how you can help clean up these waters for our next generation, Trout and Redfish reports as they trend in opposite directions up in Toledo Bend, and if we have a good Spring/Summer ahead of us?…
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Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser gives an assessment of Mid-Barataria Sediment Diversion Restoration Plan and the CPRA's recent meeting. Louisiana governor Jeff Landry gives an update on the ongoing special crime session. Filmmaker Betsy West talks her upcoming panel discussion at LSU Law Center regarding the ‘My Name is Pauli Murray’ documentary.…
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Volunteer leader with the Louisiana chapter of "Moms Demand Action" Angelle Bradford is joined by her twin sister and community organizer for the Power Coalition for Equity and Justice Kaitlyn Joshua to discuss the recent special session on crime. Project analyst and marketing director from the 2024 The Shades of Success calendar Cecily Holland spe…
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Cyclist Mark Martin talks the importance of bicycle safety and also Baton Rouge as a recreational city. Associate professor of political science at Louisiana State University in Shreveport Jeff Sadow speaks on the opening of the special session and also the presidential candidates for this election year.…
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Secretary of the Department of Children and Family Services David Matlock gives insight into the new regime. Co-founder of The Louisiana Environmental Action Network (LEAN) Marylee Orr talks what's going on in environmental legislation. Political reporter for WRKF Molly Ryan speaks on the upcoming crime session.…
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Louisiana Secretary of Revenue Richard Nelson speaks on various board proposals and his thoughts on eliminating the state income tax. President and CEO of New Orleans & Company Walt Leger talks the nonprofit organization and upcoming plans for the city of New Orleans.
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Most of the country makes New Year's resolutions that kick in right after January 1st. But in Louisiana, there tends to be a slight postponement. That's because Carnival Season, a time of indulgence, kicks off on January 6th with the astounding king cake eating and cocktail drinking that comes with it. So, our resolutions about healthy living and s…
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Don is joined by the "Plastic Man" Ryan Lambert of Cajun Fishing Adventures, to discuss getting out today ahead of this bad weather, where does the majority of his guests come from, Louisiana's fishing scene compared to our neighbors in Alabama, Florida, and Texas, and we've still not heard about a new commissioner, who could it be?…
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Eric Muhoberac of the Louisiana Kayak Company drops in to talk about his many monikers, what has been going on over at Massey's, some new information regarding Boats on the Bayou which is a part of the Big Bass Rodeo and its prizes, a few spots for kayakers to sift through during this rainy weather, and how does the Louisiana Kayak Company handle t…
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In the 2nd hour, Don previews the hour ahead before diving into the previously mentioned Speckled Trout regulations, a story about a man on a mission, some kayaker sites perfect for today's weather, 2 Texas Pintail hunters go above and beyond to get their catch, how Louisiana's fishing compares to other states, and the information you need regardin…
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Blaine Salter from Salter's Jiggin' Pole joins to dole out a freshwater fishing report, some spots that haven't produced good catches in years are suddenly bringing the heat, and how the fishing is up in Lake D'Arbonne.Audacy
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Robbie Campo from Campo's Marina drops by to talk about the week behind us, what is on the docket in the coming weeks for February, if anyone has been complaining about the new slot limit regarding Speckled Trout, and what can you do to make sure that the proposed Pogy boat regulations are implemented?…
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This week, Don starts off covering a big development in the Pogy boat industry, how people are taking to the Speckled Trout slot limit and slow February plans, some freshwater reports that are bringing the heat, the full details on the Pogy boat regulations laid before us, and with nasty weather ahead of us, and what is the high and low of fishing …
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561. Part 2 of our friend Kelly Jackson's return to the podcast to discuss her Metoyer documentary. “Kelly is the creator of the Cane River Film Festival. The film festival is sponsored by her historical preservation nonprofit – the Resurrection Fern Foundation. Resurrection Fern serves as a way for Kelly to support her community events and histori…
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Rubensteins New Orleans has always been a place to shop for quality clothes. Now, the New Orleans business provides a quality place to stay. Located at Canal Street and St. Charles Avenue, Rubensteins has long shown a commitment to the city’s downtown. That support has been further expressed by combining some of its adjacent buildings into a new qu…
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Washington Post journalist Joby Warrick talks Donald Trump and his recent comments regarding NATO. The Advocate's Mark Ballard speaks on the cancellation of the Blue Cross and Elevance merge and also Washington politics. Managing artistic director for the Swine Palace Vastine Stabler and member of the cast Marina Deyoe-Pedraza gives insight into an…
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Political consultant Mary-Patricia Wray talks the upcoming special session on crime, the cancellation of Blue Cross Blue Shield and Elevance merge, and other local and national political topics. Director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Dr. Griffin Rogers speaks on the importance of being informed on the impor…
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Political consultant Mary-Patricia Wray talks the upcoming special session on crime, the cancellation of Blue Cross Blue Shield and Elevance merge, and other local and national political topics. Director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Dr. Griffin Rogers speaks on the importance of being informed on the impor…
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