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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 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 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! 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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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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Welcome to Criminalist Behavior-A Louisiana True Crime Podcast, the podcast that takes you deep into the heart of Louisiana’s history and current, most chilling, true crime stories. I’m your host, Sarah Soudelier, and I’ll be guiding you through the darkness of these crimes and all those involved. Each week, we dig deep, on those forgotten crimes or those crimes currently happening with the undying legends that continue to haunt us. So lean in, listen, and get ready because true crime is any ...
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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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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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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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Summertime is upon us – a time that often means travel, vacation fun, and family reunions. But to many Louisianians, summertime means hunger – and our children are the most vulnerable. When school is in session, breakfast and lunch are provided five days a week, but without extra support in the summer, that equates to missing 40 meals a month. Luck…
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The 30th Anniversary of the LA CCA STAR Tournament has already begun, some massive changes coming to the rodeo, including what the 1st overall Speckled Trout winner will come away with as well as a few other categories that are filled with incredible rewards, if charter captains are still excluded from participating in the Star Tourney, some of the…
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575.We're celebrating the 12th Anniversary of the Louisiana Anthology. We welcome Lamar White, Jr. back to update our projects. The Louisiana Anthology now has 9,900,000 words by 245 authors. Our biggest accomplishment this year is the publication of our first book, Liberty in Louisiana by James Workman. Our edition is its first publication in 220 …
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Louisiana was the location for the very first Tarzan movie, back in 1917 when actor Elmo Lincoln swung from the trees near Morgan City where the Atchafalaya Swamp played the role of Africa. Louisiana has produced many more settings including for the early burlesque comedians Abbott and Costello whose rocket flight to mars misfired and they landed i…
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We sit down with Rev. Amy Castro of Westlake United Methodist Church to talk about her incredible journey this week. She was driving home after graduating from seminary at Perkins School of Theology on the campus of SMU and drove straight to tornado damage at her church in southwest Louisiana. She shares a heartwarming tale of resilience and commun…
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For a while, we've been updating listeners about the crawfish season that has been a tough year for many who count on the mudbugs for a crucial part of their annual production. This week, we have exciting news for those hit hard by drought and excessive heat impacting production of crawfish on their farms. Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation has secur…
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Send us a Text Message. The haunted history of the LaLaurie Mansion is one of the best known stories of haunted tours in the City of New Orleans, Louisiana. It tells a story of the brutal excess use of slavery in a horrific and horrible state for several generations. This story has backdated to up to 150 years and is considered the most haunted loc…
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On this episode, the new chair of the Louisiana Democratic Party Randal Gaines talks to host Lynda Woolard about his initial plans for rebuilding and rehabbing the organization. Sign up for email updates from the Louisiana Democratic Party: louisianademocrats.org Follow the Louisiana Democratic Party on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Thanks to B…
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Don calls up Eric Muhoberac from the Louisiana Kayak Company, to cover everything going on over at Massey's, Dawn 'Til dusk coming up and Eric is thinking about jumping in, Bay St. Louis has been hot for kayakers this past week, Causeway is producing as well for all you deepwater paddlers out there, and with the CCA Star tourney on our mind, we cov…
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Mike Gallo, of AAofLA.com, is over at Lake Pontchartrain to discuss his plans ahead of this Memorial Day weekend, how clear the water is this time of year in the Biloxi Marsh, as well as a few other fishing holes that Mike recommends, and where the boats are congregating at around the Lake?על ידי Audacy
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In the 2nd half, Don discusses the Red Snapper season opening across the South this past week, the LA CCA STAR Tourney opening up this weekend, and what changes we might expect this year. Mike Gallo sounds off on his Memorial Day plans along Lake Pontchartrain and how the Biloxi Marsh is looking this time of year, Eric Muhoberac tells us about how …
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For everything Grand Isle, we hear from the maestro himself Daryl Carpenter of Reel Screamers Guide Service to discuss what tips he might have for first-time recreational shrimpers, the East side has not been doing so well, the fishing this past week was extremely hit-or-miss, Daryl following the birds, and where are all the Redfish at?…
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Don is joined by Robbie Campo of Campo's Marina to discuss a big Memorial Day weekend with clear weather and hopefully packed waters, STAR rodeo opening up this weekend, live bait inventory, a great fishing for a cause going on this weekend over at Campo's Marina, and how the dam has been this past week?…
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As May comes to a close, Don sounds off on a flurry of openings this weekend including the 2024 CCA STAR Rodeo, Robbie Campo's plans ahead of this Memorial Day weekend, and the STAR rodeo opening up. Later on, Don talks a bit about his time at Disney World, a bit of history on recreational shrimping, remembering those who fought for our freedom thi…
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Journalist, author and Hopkins P. Breazeale Professor of Journalism at the LSU Manship School John Maxwell Hamilton talks what's going on in the world of journalism and also his latest work, "The French 75". The Advocate's Mark Ballard discusses various local and national political topics.
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Sports columnist Rick Telander talks his career in sports as well as his latest work as a author of "Sweet Dreams". Lawyer Katie Charleston speaks on the latest in collegiate athletics with the NCAA anti-trust suit. Secretary of the Department of Children and Family Services David Matlock discusses what's new with the DCFS and the importance of chi…
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Guest Sam Moore, the Lake Charles Gumbeaux Gators General Manager, joins hosts Brady and Jillian on Louisiana’s Playground to discuss the baseball team’s upcoming inaugural season. The trio discusses the team’s origins, promotional nights and plenty more about the newest team in the Texas Collegiate League. Find more information on where to eat, th…
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Campaign manager for Industry Makes Desiree Lemoine talks the latest in the chemical, oil, and gas industry with the upcoming session. Southeastern professor Dayne Sherman gives insight into various local and national political news. Author Nina Guilbeault talks her latest work, "The Good Eater".
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574. We talk to Lynette Mejia about her defense of the Lafayette Library system. Louisiana born and raised, Lynette has become one of the faces of the anti-censorship movement in Lafayette, co-founding Lafayette Citizens Against Censorship and Louisiana Citizens Against Censorship. "The board," Mejia said, "has a very specific far-right Christian n…
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Our plastic expert, the "Plastic Man" himself, Ryan Lambert of Cajun Fishing Adventures joins us to discuss, using Tidal changes to your advantage, identifying Tide lines and how you can fish in them, and Ryan's almost out the door for his next big trip taking him down to Argentina!על ידי Audacy
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Mr. Born-on-the-Bayou, Mike Gallo from AAofLA.com, joins us to talk about the fishing trip that Mike and Don took this past week, how Mike reads the tides for his fishing adventures, what you should see and what you would LIKE to see I Tides, and Mike tells the tale of what too much Tide can result in!…
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In the 2nd hour, Don visits with Mike Gallo to get a lesson on Tides, Brendan Bayard to preview Dawn to Dusk, and the differences in Tides for kayakers, yet another serious offender Bad Boy story, an advanced lesson Tide lines with our residential "Plastic Man" Ryan Lambert and we give you the info on how you can tune in to the next LDWF LA Creel p…
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LDWF Director of Marine Fisheries, Chris Scheible, joins Don to discuss LA Creel, the LDWF accounting method for a recreational survey for Louisiana's native fish species, what it provides to you, how the data is acquired that is used in the dock surveys and the collections methods, and how the data acquired can be used to set the dates and counts …
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Lightening popping, thunder rumbling, and rain pouring, all around Robbie Campo of Campo's Marina down in Shell Beach as he tells us about what he saw on the water this past week with Redfish and dirty water, what time people might expect to get out on the water today, and what station Robbie uses to check for Tides?…
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With rough weather all around us, Don fields reports from his reporters and guests to discuss what time you should expect to get out on the water today, fishing in and around dirty water with Robbie Campo, before getting deep into LA Creel, a recreational saltwater landings data collection program by the LDWF with LDWF Director of Marine Fisheries,…
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574. We talk to Lynette Mejia about her defense of the Lafayette Library system. Louisiana born and raised, Lynette has become one of the faces of the anti-censorship movement in Lafayette, co-founding Lafayette Citizens Against Censorship and Louisiana Citizens Against Censorship. "The board," Mejia said, "has a very specific far-right Christian n…
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Whether it's the most elegant wedding reception or a simple family birthday party, no celebration is complete without a cake. On this week's show, we explore this delicious dessert in all its glory.First, we sit down with Charlotte McGehee, the alter ego of Debbie Does Doberge, to find out how she's given the traditional New Orleans doberge cake a …
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Attorney and member of the Louisiana State Senate Cleo Fields talks the recent congressional redistricting and also his plans to seek the seat currently help by Garret Graves. Manship Chair in Journalism at the Manship School of Mass Communication Bob Mann speaks on his last day as chair after 18 years at the Manship School and also various politic…
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No sports figure represent mores of an emotional tug of war than Steve Gleason. It was he that, on the glorious night in 2006 when the New Orleans Saints returned to the Superdome after being away for a season because of the damage done by Hurricane Katrina, blocked a punt in the first two minutes of the national televised game that gave the Saints…
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Former member of the Louisiana State Senate Elbert Guillory gives his take on the ongoing Trump trial in New York and other political topics. Legendary LSU baseball coach Skip Bertman reflects on his life and career over the years. The Advocate's Mark Ballard talks various political topics including congressional redistricting.…
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Libertarian lawyer Mike Wolf gives his take on the ongoing Donald Trump trial and Speaker of the House Mike Johnson. President of Louisiana Tech Jim Henderson talks education, and the public university as one of the nation's best colleges. Author Tom Seeman speaks on his latest work, "Animals I want to See".…
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Senior investigative reporter for NBC News Mike Hixenbaugh speaks on his latest work, "They Came for the Schools". Veteran anchorman George Sells talk various political topics including the ongoing Donald Trump trial. Law professor at the University of Kentucky College of Law and author Joshua Douglas gives insight into his latest work, "The Court …
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Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Revenue Richard Nelson talks various political topics including the idea of a constitutional convention. Filmmaker Cleve Bailey speaks on the legacy of LSU basketball player George Washington Eames amid the upcoming feature film "A Small Temporary Inconvenience". Vice President of cancer support and outreach…
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On this week's Louisiana Eats, we're traveling down south to Argentina! Late last year, host Poppy Tooker made the long trek to Buenos Aires, where she discovered a cosmopolitan city that sometimes felt like Paris and sometimes seemed like Manhattan.We begin with a tour of the city's San Telmo neighborhood with American expat and food writer Allie …
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LSU Volleyball star Jade Demps was featured in the latest episode of Tigers in the Wild on Bayou Wild TV, on their crayfish excursion, if Jade got pinched at all, the goals set this upcoming season for LSU Volleyball, her time spent in Baton Rouge and the culture here, and if Don has a future on the volleyball court?…
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