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저희가 찾을수 있는 최고의 Public Broadcasting 팟캐스트 (업데이트 2월 2020)
저희가 찾을수 있는 최고의 Public Broadcasting 팟캐스트
업데이트 2월 2020
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Broadcasting on the new KZLQ (93.1 FM), Blue Rock Public Radio is a privately and publicly funded non-profit membership media organization that broadcasts to the greater Blue Rock region. Covering a wide array of local, national, and international news, the station was founded in 2014 as part of a government-sponsored initiative to both inform the town’s citizens about widespread, ongoing national issues and collect valuable metadata about them.
 
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This Sunday, Larry Morrisey visits with singer/songwriter Spencer Thomas from Jackson. Thomas was the drummer and co-founder of the roots band Young Valley. He’s recently released his first solo album, “Hangin’ Tough.” They talk about his process recording the record and his recent touring with a number of veteran musicians, including Jimbo Mathus …
 
Malcolm White talks with Meridian native Patrick Sansone, a talented multi-instrumentalist who has toured, written, and produced for well-known rock band Wilco since joining the band in 2004. In 1999, prior to Wilco, Sansone formed The Autumn Defense with Wilco’s bassist. The group went on to release three full-length albums. In 2010, he published …
 
Longtime Mississippi Arts Hour host Turry Flucker guest hosts this episode to interview the president of Tougaloo College, Dr. Carmen J. Walters. Tougaloo College will receive a 2020 Governor’s Arts Award for Preservation of the Arts. The Tougaloo College Art Collection was started during the Civil Rights Movement and has grown to include more than…
 
Larry Morrisey talks with ballet master and 2020 Governor's Arts Award recipient Henry Danton. Danton is a native of England and began dancing in London during World War II. Now 100 years-old, he has traveled throughout the world performing and teaching. He has lived and taught in the Hattiesburg area for the past 23 years.…
 
Malcolm White talks with author and publisher Neil White. Best known for his book "In the Sanctuary of Outcasts," Neil White lives in Oxford where he operates a small publishing company, writes plays and essays, and teaches memoir writing. His newly released book is titled, "Stories from 125 Years of Ole Miss Football.”…
 
Malcolm White talks with Krista Pieper Bower, chair of the Dance Department at Belhaven University. Krista is also the director of Yazoo City School of Dance. The two talk about the art of dance, building a community of artist-scholars at Belhaven, and the role of the role of the college in the USA International Ballet Competition.…
 
Larry Morrisey visits with Amy Allison, a New York-based singer and songwriter and the daughter of the late Mississippi musical legend Mose Allison. She has helped produce "If You’re Going to the City," a new tribute album to her father, featuring a wide range of musicians covering Allison’s songs. Larry talks with Amy about how the album came toge…
 
Larry Morrisey travels to Greenwood and talks with rockabilly and country music pioneer Mack Allen Smith. Smith got started singing for bands in the Delta as a teenager during the 1950s. He recorded in many legendary studios in the region, including Sun Studios in Memphis and Fame Studio in Muscle Shoals. He also performed throughout the region fro…
 
Malcolm White talks with author and broadcaster Bob May. A Newton, Miss. native, May worked in radio broadcasting around the country for many years before returning home several years ago to care for his 90+ year-old father. He has recently published a book titled, "Have Fun Dammit!," a humorous collection of the true stories of his life in a small…
 
Larry Morrisey visits with photographer Will Jacks from Cleveland, Mississippi. His book “Po Monkey’s Portrait of a Juke Joint” has just been published by University Press of Mississippi. The book documents the late Willie Seaberry, the proprietor of Po Monkey’s, a rural juke joint that was located outside of Merigold, Miss.…
 
Melody Moody Thortis talks with artist, Amie Oliver, a Delta native currently living and working in Richmond, Virginia. The two spoke about her work in ink and water based paintings and her show called: “Delta Time: Maps, Planes and Watermarks” now open for viewing at the Delta Arts Alliance in Cleveland, Mississippi until November 1, 2019.…
 
Malcolm White talks to watercolor artist and keynote speaker for the State Arts Conference Wyatt Waters. Best known for his paintings of Southern culture, Waters is a recipient of a 2010 Governor’s Arts Award. He is also well-known for his collaborations with Chef Robert St. John, which have included several books, international travel, and roles a…
 
Melody Moody Thortis talks to Dr. Redell Hearn, Curator of Art and Civil Rights for the Mississippi Museum of Art and Tougaloo College, about Dr. Hearn’s work in the field of Museum studies and her experience incorporating the arts into telling the story of Civil Rights. Dr. Hearn is the Curator for “The Prize: Seven Decades of Lyrical Response to …
 
Larry Morrisey visits with Roger Stolle, the owner of Cat Head Delta Blues & Folk Arts in Clarksdale. He talks about his latest book, "Mississippi Juke Joint Confidential," which recounts his experiences working with some of the legendary juke joint owners, musicians, and characters, including Red Paden of Red’s Place in Clarksdale and Willie “Po M…
 
Malcolm White talks to Tricia Walker, singer/songwriter and former director of the Delta Music Institute at Delta State University. The two talk about Tricia’s storied career, which includes writing songs for Faith Hill, Patty Loveless, Kathy Troccoli and Allison Krauss, who won a GRAMMY® for “Looking In The Eyes Of Love,” co-written by Tricia. As …
 
Melody Moody Thortis speaks with artist and activist Talamieka Brice. Talamieka and her husband Charles are co-owners of Brice Media and consider themselves visual storytellers with their work in photography, web and graphic design. Brice's most recent passion project is Mississippi2, a magazine highlighting the achievements of Mississippians along…
 
Larry Morrisey visits with musician and songwriter Jerry Brooks. Brooks is a MAC Roster Artist and was awarded an Artist Fellowship Award last month. A native of Jackson, he got his start playing bluegrass and country music while still in junior high, later played in rock and soul bands during high school and his twenties, and then returned to acou…
 
Melody Moody Thortis talks to MAC’s new Director of Arts-based Community Development, Leslie Ann Barker. Originally from Clinton, MS, Leslie recently moved back home to Mississippi after spending the past 13 years working with communities in Memphis, TN. They talk about Leslie’s background in and passion for theater and community engagement.…
 
Larry Morrisey catches up with musician Jimbo Mathus. He is currently touring to promote Incinerator, his latest album. The record pulls together songs that Mathus has written throughout his career and features a number of guest musicians, including Andrew Bird and Lily Hiatt. Larry spoke to Mathus on location at Duling Hall in Jackson, prior to th…
 
Melody Moody Thortis talks about the Mississippi Invitational with Dr. Kimberli Gant, guest curator and Betsy Bradley, Director of the Mississippi Museum of Art. The Invitational is a bi-annual exhibit that features works from visual artists from across the state. Melody also talked to this year’s featured artists and recent winners of the fellowsh…
 
Larry Morrisey talks with filmmaker and photographer Michael Ford about his new book "North Mississippi Homeplace." While living in Oxford during the early 1970s, Ford documented rural life in North Mississippi through a documentary film and photography. This book compiles his photographs from that period, including photos of an Oxford blacksmith, …
 
Melody Moody Thortis speak to Hal Jeanes. Hal is a well-known Mississippi based musician, playing in bands such as the Vernon Brothers and the D’Lo Trio for more than twenty years. Melody and Hal spoke about Hal’s musical influences, his love of bluegrass as “fusion” music, and you’ll hear him playing live in the studio.…
 
Malcolm White talks with Forrest Galey, Eudora Welty curator for the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, about the reissue of the book "Eudora Welty Photographs," published by the University Press of Mississippi. The book, originally published in 1989, features digitally restored photographs taken by Welty in the 1930s-1950s. Famous for…
 
Larry Morrisey visits with Iretta and Johnie B. Sanders, a husband and wife blues duo who have recently settled in Mississippi. Johnie a native of Chicago, and Iretta, originally from Tunica, met in Chicago. They started performing together and later spent several years in St. Paul, Minnesota. They moved to Mississippi in 2016 and are becoming regu…
 
Malcolm White talks with Dr. Edgar E. Smith, chairman of the Mississippi Blues Commission’s Blues Musicians Benevolent Fund. Dr. Smith is a retired biochemist and educator who grew up in the Mississippi Delta and was exposed to the blues at an early age. Although Dr. Smith’s professional background involves science, education, university administra…
 
Larry Morrisey talks with bluesman Robert Kimbrough, Sr. Kimbrough is the son of the late legendary bluesman Junior Kimbrough. He grew up playing the blues with his father and brothers and is now active as a touring and recording musician. He also presents the Kimbrough Cotton-Patch Blues Festival, an annual festival in Holly Springs.…
 
Malcolm White talks to Oxford-based artist Carlyle Wolfe. Carlyle creates works of art inspired by the nature around her. The silhouetted shapes of leaves and other flora are often the subjects of her paintings and sculptures, evoking themes of the passage of time and notions of beauty. She has a BFA in painting from the University of Mississippi a…
 
Melody Moody Thortis talks to Oxford based fiber artist, Andi Bedsworth. Andi is also the director of the Oxford Fiber Arts Festival. Melody spoke with Andi about her background in art, theatre, teaching, and her work in the community. This week’s episode was recorded at the Southern Documentary Project offices, part of the Center for the Study of …
 
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