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Louisiana NOW

Todd Rossnagel

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A podcast featuring news, opportunities, and witness of the ministries of the Louisiana Conference of the United Methodist Church. Listen for stories and updates on what's happening in the Louisiana Conference.
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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 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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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 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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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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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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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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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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Secretive Men’s organizations –º such as the Free Masons, Elks, Odd Fellows and many more – did not originate just for the sake of privacy. In many cases they had a social purposes such as providing health and security benefits for themselves at a time when neither government nor private enterprise provided much of either. Some groups were also a s…
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Weed scientist Dr. Matt Foster of the LSU AgCenter discusses herbicide-resistant weeds in Louisiana sugarcane at the joint meeting of the American Sugar Cane League and the American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists in Baton Rouge in February 2024.โดย Dr. Matt Foster, LSU AgCenter
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Co-artistic director of BRBT Molly Buchmann talks her departure from theatre as well as the upcoming production "Cinderella". For more information, visit https://batonrougeballet.org/springconcert/. The Advocate's Mark Ballard gives his take on local and national political topics including Speaker of the House Mike Johnson and the aid to Ukraine.…
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569. We welcome Jeroen Dewulf back to the podcast to discuss his new book, Afro-Atlantic Catholics: America’s First Black Christians. "This volume examines the influence of African Catholics on the historical development of Black Christianity in America during the seventeenth century. Dewulf’s analysis focuses on the historical documentation of Afr…
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Traditionally, the concept of sustainability referred to making enough money to keep a restaurant, or any business, up and running. In recent years, however, the term has expanded to take into account maintaining the environment that provides the raw materials businesses use. This is especially true for restaurants – businesses that would simply no…
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In this episode, LFBF Lobbyist, Joe Mapes joins Avery and Karl to discuss what's been happening at the state capitol since a new crop of lawmakers were elected in the fall. Governor Landry and the legislature have been busy with multiple sessions and there is now a bill filed that calls for a constitutional convention. We also discuss the recent Yo…
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In this episode of the Louisiana NOW podcast, we visit with Dr. Ashley Boggan D., the General Secretary of the General Commission on Archives and History. Ahsley helps to ensure that the UMC understands its past in order to envision a more equitable future for all Methodists. Boggan earned her PhD from Drew Theological School’s Graduate Division of…
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On this episode, political professional Westley Bayas and host Lynda Woolard give a sneak peak of the Intro to Campaign Finance Disclosure Webinar available on Louisiana Lefty’s YouTube. Watch the full webinar: Intro to Campaign Finance Disclosure Research Louisiana campaign finance reports: ethics.la.gov Research federal campaign finance reports: …
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Nancy Roberts and Christi Cheremie from the Louisiana Parole Project gives insight into the organization and the importance of second chances. For more information, visit https://www.paroleproject.org/about-us/. LSU Manship School professor Bob Mann speaks on his upcoming "Last Lecture" event and various local and nation political topics. For more …
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LSU Shreveport professor Jeff Sadow gives his thoughts on Jeff Landry and also Donald Trump amid his ongoing trail. Jewish activist Jackie Stern speaks on the importance of the organization, "Jews Against Gassing". Attorney John McLindon talks the legality of the ongoing Donald Trump trial. Talk Louisiana host Jim Engster remembers legendary baseba…
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Director of Transportation and Drainage for EBR Parish Fred Raiford gives insight into the infrastructure initiative and roads throughout the Capital region. Director of the Capital Area Groundwater Conservation Gary Beard talks ground water conservation, legislative bills, and also water in our community.…
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Our plastic expert, the "Plastic Man" Ryan Lambert of Cajun Fishing Adventures joins us to discuss if the winds have affected the waters they fish this past week, a source tells us that Ryan might have to use Shrimp today, if Snapper is on the books for this coming week, and if Don and Ryan could've been bird watchers in another life.…
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For everything paddling, Eric Muhoberac from the Louisiana Kayak Company, to talk about an upcoming event for all your kayakers over at Massey's, Paddle Palooza is coming up as well, fishing Pompano, and how exactly does one find sand fleas?โดย Audacy
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Mike Gallo from AAofLA.com to discuss this damage from tornadoes from this past weeks storms, if fish are in danger during a tornado, some Redfish are on the menu in the Biloxi Marsh this weekend for Mike and his guests, and is there any crabbing info coming out of Lake Pontchartrain?โดย Audacy
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In the 2nd half, Don dives into some of this fantastic weather ahead of us, finding the sweet spots along the beach for Speckled Trout and others, Mike Gallo drops by to recap recent storm damage around Slidell, and if any crabbing info is coming out of Lake Pontchartrain. We also hear from Eric Muhoberac on Paddle Palooza, as well as an event over…
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Don calls up Daryl Carpenter of Reel Screamers Guide Service who would much rather leave this past week in the dust as the fishing was as terrible as the weather, and if Monday might be a bit packed with Red Snapper season opening up?โดย Audacy
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Mitch Jurisich, owner of Delta Marina and Plaquemines Parish councilmember, stops by to cover how his Turkey season has been, what people can do to chase some Snapper this coming week as Mitch believes this will be a "fantastic" season, and the change in looking for small fish over big fish.โดย Audacy
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Don is joined by Blaine Salter from Salter's Jiggin' Pole to talk about his time at Marsh & Bayou last weekend, where you can find Blaine's dock shooting video tutorial that he showed off recently, and what are some of the hottest spots as the weather takes a turn for the better?โดย Audacy
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Glenn Sanchez, owner of the Breton Sound Marina, discusses the perfect weather for being out on the water today, what is the most underutilized fish, and if today will be the day for people to hit the Breton Sound area with the weather conditions looking perfect.โดย Audacy
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This week, Red Snapper and AJ's seasons are opening up soon, some of the high points of this past week of fishing with Glenn Sanchez, Blaine Salter gives us a peek behind the curtain of his dock shooting method using his poles, what you need to know before Red Snapper season starts up next week, and Amberjack follows right behind Snapper lasting on…
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Longtime politico James Carville talks various political topics including Donald Trump's upcoming trial and also the upcoming November election. Washington Post reporter Kim Bellware gives insight into OJ Simpson's life and times amid his recent passing.
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Louisiana’s longest running weekly news TV program celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. During that time topics have included the Katrina recovery; the David Duke vs. Edwin Edwards gubernatorial runoff; a World’s Fair; the ups and downs of the economy; crime and even the Saints magical season. Marcia Kavanaugh, the WYES TV show’s longtime hos…
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Former Mayor of Gretna Ronnie Harris reflects on his life and times and also talks LSU's Book Bazaar. For more information, visit https://www.visitbatonrouge.com/event/friends-of-the-lsu-libraries-2024-book-bazaar/228271/. Attorney and Director of Community Impact for Promise of Justice Hardell Ward gives insight into a major Louisiana issue. The A…
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Guest Kimberly Dellafosse, the Assistant City Manager for the City of Lake Charles, joins hosts Brady and Jillian on Louisiana’s Playground to discuss Lake Charles’ inclusion on Southern Living’s 2024 Best Cities On The Rise list. The trio discusses why the distinction should come as no surprise and what makes Southwest Louisiana such a special pla…
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On a Tuesday edition of Talk Louisiana, Host Jim Engster were joined by political analyst Bernie Pinsonat and Southern University Political Science Professor Albert Samuels. They discussed federal politics, the upcoming Congressional elections and Governor Jeff Landry's first 100 days in office. The final 20 minutes of the show featured regular gue…
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Musician and founder of the rock band "Dash Rip Rock" Bill Davis speaks on his life and times throughout the years and also the upcoming "Everybody Solo! 420 Fest". For more information, visit, https://www.fox8live.com/2023/04/13/dash-rip-rock-headline-first-annual-everybody-solo-420-fest-april-20/. Cofounder of Unlocking Autism Shelley McLaughlin …
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LSU Pitcher and Outdoorsman Kade Woods who was recently featured on this week's joins Don to discuss what led to him pitching for LSU, his trip with the Stansels over at Hackberry Rod And Gun, and teaching Alex Milazzo how to knock down ducks!โดย Audacy
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Our residential "Plastic Man" Ryan Lambert of Cajun Fishing Adventures is back from his Bahamas Trip as he recounts what he did during his tropical stay, Bonefish fishing in the Caribbean, and why aren't there any Bonefish around Louisiana.โดย Audacy
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Don calls up Mike Gallo from AAofLA.com, the "Forensic Fisherman", to discuss the challenge with such windy weather this past week, finding clean water can be a struggle for both you and the fish, if Flounder are on the return, and how you can bid on a trip with Mike Gallo.โดย Audacy
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Keith Lusher, writer for NorthshoreFishingReport.com and avid outdoorsman, joins us to discuss what he has been up to, the stories that he hears and tells every day, where the outdoors writing is, and where you can find his work online!โดย Audacy
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In the 2nd hour, Don is joined by Keith Lusher, writer for NorthshoreFishingReport.com, to talk about his experience writing the great outdoors, the stories and reports he sees and hears, Mike Gallo Mr. Born-On-The-Bayou, joins to discuss beating this windy weather and finding clean water, sadly, we don't have a Bad Boys story this week but with Tu…
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Don calls up Daryl Carpenter of Reel Screamers Guide Service to get the high and low on a dredging project that has been on people's minds, the low water hitting Shell Beach is just as true around Grand Isle as well, and how Daryl's been getting his catch with such terrible, muddy water.โดย Audacy
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Former police officer now turned fishing guide, Capt. Richard McCloskey tells us a bit about switching gears with his career path, his charter service Blueline, tips for catching and cleaning Sheepshead, and the long hours of being a fishing guide.โดย Audacy
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None other than Chris Basey joins us to discuss his upcoming tournament, the Bass Assassins, how you could join, the spots he likes the most for tournament fishing, and the hot bait on his mind this Spring?โดย Audacy
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Don is joined by Robbie Campo of Campo's Marnia to talk about how the wind could cause some hurdles today for fishermen, and this past week was just downright rough for nasty as the water has been extremely low and muddy, and where you can find clean water around Shell Beach.โดย Audacy
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This week, Don covers the Opening Day of Louisiana Turkey season, the Spring Fling event going over at Marsh & Bayou as Ben Tiblier joins throughout the show, a Shell Beach checkup with Robbie Campo as the fishing conditions were rough by a mile, Chris Basey sounds off on his upcoming competition, the Bass Assassins, and other events that are comin…
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In many places, the cocktail hour is an honored – even sacred – tradition. And in few places is that more true than New Orleans. On this week's show, we explore the fascinating evolution of cocktail culture in the Big Easy – its past, present and future.We begin with craft cocktail master Neal Bodenheimer. Neal, who opened Freret Street bar Cure in…
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