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Learn what to read next! We talk about new books, bestsellers and books in many different genres. Discover what other people are reading and recommending. All book and movie titles mentioned in the podcast are listed in the blog post at http://tscpl.org/podcast/
 
Statehouse Blend Kansas explores the inner workings of Kansas politics and government. Host Jim McLean of the Kansas News Service talks each week with people at the center of key debates. You'll hear from lawmakers, advocates and regular Kansans. And you'll stay up to date on what's happening in Topeka throughout the legislative session.
 
Get your daily dose of ag markets, futures and breaking news. This Market report is delivered to you by Ken Rahjes. Ken has a television show "Kansas Ag Report." which is a weekly, half hour, news-focused agriculture television show hosted by Ken Rahjes. The program airs across the State of Kansas over several broadcast stations on Saturday mornings: 5:30 WIBW-13 (Topeka); 6:00 KSCW-33 (Wichita) and 6:30 FOX 14 (Pittsburg). In its eighth year, the program pinpoints and discusses issues impor ...
 
Kansas Association of School Boards Advocacy and Communications team brings you semi-regular updates from Topeka, KS on current issues affecting K-12 Education. Follow the KASB Live Podcast for the most recent reports and discussions with Mark Tallman, Scott Rothschild, Leah Fliter, and other guests as available.
 
Washburn Radio (KRWU) is a noncommercial college radio station for Washburn University founded in 2017 in Topeka, Kansas. The staff of students and alumni volunteers is dedicated to bringing the community together for local and unique music and talkshows. This is a collection of previously aired original shows by Washburn Radio.
 
The "Kansas Ag Report" is a weekly, half hour, news-focused agriculture television show hosted by Ken Rahjes. The program airs across the State of Kansas over several broadcast stations on Saturday mornings: 5:30 WIBW-13 (Topeka); 6:00 KSCW-33 (Wichita) and 6:30 FOX 14 (Pittsburg). In its eighth year, the program pinpoints and discusses issues important to Kansas agriculture. including current crop conditions, market updates, legislative reports, the latest technologies and other helpful pro ...
 
No Mask, No Filters, Pure Worship! Discussions about topics with a Christian perspective and a real mindset. The radio of podcast/station! Gvhot97@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gv-hot-97/support
 
If you enjoy creepy stories, road trips, haunted locations, history and mysteries… this is the podcast for you!!! Join psychic sisters Jennifer James and Jill Stanley on their adventures to uncover extraordinary stories in ordinary places. Learn about their process to “tune in” to psychic information and be inspired to practice your own psychic abilities in your everyday life. Where will YOUR extraordinary abilities lead YOU?
 
The Masters of Sex After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Showtimes's Masters of Sex. Show Summary: William Masters and Virginia Johnson are known as pioneers of the science of human sexuality. Their research shoots them to fame on a trajectory that takes them from humble beginnings in the Midwest to the cover of Time magazine. Masters is a brilliant scientist who is out of touch with his own feelings. Johnson is a divorced mother who is ahead of her time on many fronts, includ ...
 
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Jason and Andrew break down the Kansas reaction to vaccine mandates proposed by President Joe Biden's administration and what to know going forward. They also break down the political side to pushback from Republicans in the state and take a look at some other COVID-19-related news items. Like what you hear? Subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill discuss a family of renowned doctors from the early 20th century. The Menninger family became giants in the psychiatric community. At a time when the mentally ill had few treatment options, they created an outpatient clinic in Topeka that focused on mental health. But the family standout was Dr. K…
 
There's always more than one way to tell a story. In this episode, our hosts discuss how there are ways other than blocks of text to tell a story explore a few examples of unique storytelling narratives. The Bookmark Podcast is your place to find your next great book. Each week, join regular readers Miranda Ericsson, Chris Blocker and Autumn Friedl…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill relate the intriguing story of the Amidon Affair. In 1862 Dakota warriors murdered Judge Joseph Amidon and his son near the settlement of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. What prompted the natives to react with such violence against these peaceful farmers? What happened as a result of this murderous aff…
 
This November we’re going to start releasing Civics episodes every week. But in the meantime, Nick talked to Mary and Gary at the Bill of Rights Institute about a recent Supreme Court case, Mahanoy v BL, where a cheerleader was punished for snapchatting some expletive-laden content after school. This episode is from their civics-themed podcast, Fab…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill discuss an iconic outlaw of the American West. Jesse James was a legend in his own time. Teaming up with his brother Frank, they robbed banks, trains and stagecoaches throughout the Midwest. They also murdered men who got in their way. Yet, the exploits of the James brothers fascinated the public …
 
In this episode, we visit with Tim Hughes, Lead Pastor of Grace Point Church, about their involvement with TRM and the Mobile Access Partnership Program, their work serving alongside other organizations to make an impact in the community, and their desire to share the Love of Christ with everyone! To learn more about Grace Point Church, Click Here!…
 
At the end of Season 2, our hosts unboxed some advanced reader copies of new books and assigned one to each other. In this episode our hosts are back from hiatus with their homework. It took the dark humor of a lesbian atheist with a penchant for death, but we finally got genuine laughs out of Chris. After reading Everyone in This Room Will Someday…
 
This is the story of where the FBI was on September 11th, 2001. This is what they did — and did not — have when it came to counterterrorism and how the tragedy of that Tuesday morning transformed the Bureau. Our guide is Sasha O’Connell, the director of the Terrorism and Homeland Security Program at American University who spent the bulk of her car…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jen and Jill get personal. Have you ever had a HOLY SHIT moment? A moment when you realized that spirit was at play in your life? Maybe it was a moment of divine intervention on your behalf. Or maybe an otherworldly push to help someone else in need. Jen and Jill talk about their own such moments in this special bo…
 
Kansas is in the midst of the latest wave of COVID-19 cases -- right as schools are starting back up across the state. Andrew Bahl and Jason Tidd run down the first major virus outbreak in a school district, as well as what schools are -- and are not -- doing to prevent COVID-19 from spreading. Like what you hear? Follow us on Spotify, Apple Podcas…
 
On this episode of Common Mystics Jennifer and Jill confront a gruesome crime spree from the pioneering days. Roaming the western trails in the 1800’s was dangerous business. This was especially true for travelers on the Great Osage Trail in Labette County, Kansas. It was here that a cluster of disappearances led authorities to the homestead of the…
 
In this episode we visit with Mark DeGroff (Director of Street Reach), Haleigh Hipsher (Asst. Director of Street Reach), and Jenny Falk (Executive Assistant), about their work with Street Reach and Mobile Access Partnership (MAP) to go the extra mile to love on everyone and let them know that they are worth it. To learn more about TRM Ministries: C…
 
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