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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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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!
 
Louisiana’s Playground is a podcast about all there is to experience in Lake Charles. Join hosts Brady Renard and Anna Strider 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 Southwe ...
 
Welcome to Louisiana Ladies, a show that introduces you to interesting people and explores places, businesses, ideas, and life. Join us every week for conversations, interviews, and aha moments. Visit LouisianaLadies.com to learn more about us & if you're interested in being a presenting or guest sponsor of our show you can get in touch at info@louisianaladies.com
 
Are you hungry for some stimulating conversation about the ingredients that make Louisiana and its place in the world so unique? Then pull up a chair and join us for a bowl of Louisiana Global Gumbo - a podcast created by the World Trade Center of New Orleans. Join cohosts Jason French, of French Strategic Partners, and Ed Webb, CEO of the World Trade Center as they engage with Louisiana’s most recognized names in business, trade and politics. They explore the businesses, natural resources, ...
 
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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Working at Louisiana Farm Bureau, my coworkers and I get to travel the state telling stories for farmers on our TV show, This Week In Louisiana Agriculture. What we’ve found is that there are a lot of interesting aspects that don’t make it into the finished story you see on the show. This podcast is our way to more fully tell that story. Our hope is that you better understand the issues farmers face every single day, and that he or she isn’t much different from you and I. We want this podcas ...
 
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Libertarian lawyer Mike Wolf reflects on the life and presidency of the 40th US President, Ronald Reagan. Economist Jim Richardson speaks on several political topics including the lifting of the debt ceiling. Washington Post reporter Mariana Alfaro gives insight the upcoming State of the Union Address. Author Goldie Taylor talks about her recent wo…
 
A recipe can be more than a guide to making food. On this week's show, we meet culinary detectives who are using recipes to unlock the past. We begin with the inspiring story of humanity preserved through recipes from the time of the Holocaust. Chef Alon Shaya joins us to share the story of a family cookbook he encountered while visiting the United…
 
507. Part 1 of our conversation with Andrew Wegmann. Andrew believes that the introduction of concepts of whiteness, purity of blood and legitimacy of kin under the Spanish caused a transformation within the New Orleans coloured community. As generations of mixed-race men and women emerged from interracial families established during the late Frenc…
 
A century ago, a New Orleans based company, founded by Lucius H. Hayward Jr., was in the business of purveying dried beans, most notably the red kidney shaped variety. The company would eventually trademark the name Camellia Brand Red Beans. The business flowered from there. At first the beans were scooped from a barrel at grocery stores, but then …
 
Louisiana Lefty has been on winter break, but recent events with the Louisiana Democratic Party prompted us to quickly put out an episode to address some of the questions about how we get state party leadership. On this episode, host Lynda Woolard and “Professor” Stephen Handwerk break down how we get - or change - a Louisiana Democratic Party chai…
 
#HuntingLandMan Slade Priest joins us to talk about the 2023 ATA show, the success he's had this season on some of the properties he's been managing, and little update on the recreational land market. We follow up on Collin's food plot research and talk a little about some new things coming on this episode of The Louisiana Bowhunter Podcast present…
 
Chief of Police Murphy Paul discusses what's going on in our community with crime and the efforts to reduce crime rates in the capital city. Journalist Jeff Marx is joined by LA Public Broadcaster Andre Moreau to speak on the renaming of LSU's Pete Maravich Assembly Center court currently named after former head coach Dale Brown.…
 
Political reporter for The Washington Post Leigh Ann Caldwell reflects on her journey to this point and also discusses politics in Washington including President Biden and Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy. The Advocate's Mark Ballard talks what's new in Washington politics as well as the upcoming Louisiana governor's race.…
 
Executive Vice President of the Baton Rouge Area Foundation John Spain discusses his life and career as well as several major projects throughout the city including the passenger rail system and the preservation of the LSU Lakes. Archivist and Head of the Ernest J. Gaines Center Cheylon Woods remembers the great author and gives insight to the cent…
 
Guest David Faulk, the director of the Mardi Gras Museum of Imperial Calcasieu, joins hosts Brady and Anna on Louisiana’s Playground to discuss Louisiana’s premiere festival, Mardi Gras! The trio discusses the roots of Mardi Gras and how the Lake Area promotes a family-friendly celebration. From the Mardi Gras Balls to the parades and king cake, li…
 
Head football coach at Tulane University Willie Fritz speaks on their successful season and how they got to this point. Writer and the late Norman Mailer’s archivist and authorized biographer J. Michael Lennon is joined by author, actor, and son of the late Norman Mailer John Buffalo Mailer to remember Norman Mailer on what would have been his 100t…
 
506. Part 2 of our interview with Tim Wise. Tim is a civil rights activist who worked in Louisiana. "Tim Wise, whom scholar and philosopher Cornel West calls, 'A vanilla brother in the tradition of (abolitionist) John Brown,' is among the nation’s most prominent antiracist essayists and educators... After graduating from college, he threw himself i…
 
To write a cookbook, a good author will go to great lengths to perfect a recipe or understand a cuisine. On this week's show, we meet four food writers who are driven by a deep culinary curiosity. You may know Melissa Clark from her weekly column in the New York Times food section or from one of her 45-odd published cookbooks. We join Melissa in th…
 
U.S. representative for Arkansas's 4th congressional district Bruce Westerman speaks on several political topics including Kevin McCarthy and natural resource issues. Lt. Gov. of Louisiana Billy Nungesser comments on the upcoming governors election, its candidates, and his decision not to run as well as Washington Mardi Gras.…
 
506. Part 2 of our interview with Tim Wise. Tim is a civil rights activist who worked in Louisiana. "Tim Wise, whom scholar and philosopher Cornel West calls, 'A vanilla brother in the tradition of (abolitionist) John Brown,' is among the nation’s most prominent antiracist essayists and educators... After graduating from college, he threw himself i…
 
It's funny... Lafayette doesn’t look a day over 150, yet the town is celebrating its 200th anniversary. The commemoration is based on the state issuing a charter, in 1823, to what was then known as Vermilionville. (In 1884, the name was changed to Lafayette to honor the French marquis who fought in the American revolution.) Sami Parbhoo, the Bicent…
 
Veteran sports writer George Morris remembers the great college football coach Bear Bryant on the 40th anniversary of his death. Alcohol Beverage Control board member Scott Wilfong gives insight to the boards decision following the tragic death of LSU student Madison Brooks. The Advocate's Mark Ballard talks Washington Mardi Gras and several politi…
 
Journalist and novelist Ken Wells speaks on his life and times and also his latest work, "Swamped!". Democratic politician Luke Mixon reflects on his campaign in the recent US Senate Race and also comments on the state of politics in Louisiana. John Wirt and Johnny Palazzotto talk the debut of the Slim Harpo documentary, "The Original King Bee". Fo…
 
Chair of the Board of Louisiana Progress and founder of 10,000 Women Louisiana Dr. Melissa Flournoy is joined by Col. Rob Maness to discuss violence throughout the city amid the recent night club shooting as well at their thoughts on the banning of assault weapons. Councilman Darryl Hurst comments on the crime in North Baton Rouge speaking on the r…
 
New Orleans chefs Susan Spicer and Frank Brigtsen are both culinary icons. They are also back-to-back recipients of the coveted Ella Brennan Lifetime Achievement Award, presented each year by the New Orleans Wine & Food Experience: Frank was recognized in 2022; Susan received the 2023 award last week at a gala celebration at The Four Seasons Hotel.…
 
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