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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 ...
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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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445. Part 1 of our conversation with Stephen Winick, of the Library of Contress. In 1902, on a prairie in southwest Louisiana, six members of a farming family are found murdered. Albert Edwin Batson, a white, itinerant farm worker, rapidly descends from likely suspect to likely lynching victim as people in the surrounding countryside lusted for ven…
 
Epidemiologist Dr. Catherine Desmarais talks to host Lynda Woolard about her work in public health to address the coronavirus pandemic. We discuss how the virus has been purposely politicized. Then Catherine offers facts to help listeners make good health decisions for themselves, to debunk myths that have circulated out of misunderstanding and fea…
 
This Channel Trailer states our intentions for future episodes to better inform our members and bring forth the relevant matters at hand that will help and harm our La Equine Industry as a whole. The LEC's Motto: All Breeds, All Disciplines, reflects our purpose of helping the La Horse Community as a whole. Please subscribe, find us on Facebook, an…
 
At issue was Black vs. White. In the days of racial segregation many road places were denied to black travelers. For decades, a guidebook offering travel suggestions was called "The Green Book." "The Green Book," named after the publication’s founder, provided highway information about motels, restaurants and places to go along the nation’s highway…
 
Rusty Yates talks the closing of the bar Churchill's. Joseph McBride remembers JFK on the anniversary of his assassination and his book, "Into the Nightmare: My Search for the Killers of President John F. Kennedy and Officer J. D. Tippit." Brian Mitchell discusses Oscar Dunn, the first Black Liuetenant Governor of Louisiana, and his book, "Oscar Du…
 
444. Part 2 of our conversation with Christy Green. M. Christian Green is a scholar, teacher, researcher, writer, and editor working in the fields of law, religion, ethics, human rights, and global affairs. She holds degrees from Georgetown University in history and government, Emory University in law and theology, and the University of Chicago in …
 
Smiley Anders talks his daily column and comments on Senator John Kennedy calling Saule Omarova "comrade." Jerry Ceppos discusses LSU faculty senate closing a public meeting to non-members. Jennifer Bickel Cook talks her book, "Pass it On: What I Learned from Mary Kay Ash." Chris Rosato talks the SLU journalism program, and being the Capitol corres…
 
443. Part 1 of our interview with Christy Green. M. Christian Green is a scholar, teacher, researcher, writer, and editor working in the fields of law, religion, ethics, human rights, and global affairs. She holds degrees from Georgetown University in history and government, Emory University in law and theology, and the University of Chicago in rel…
 
Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin discusses low voter turnout for the election this Saturday, and encourages people to get out and vote. Jeff Sadow and Dayne Sherman have a conversation about the voting system, voter fraud and politics in Louisiana. Jenny Ballard talks the muscial "Godspell," showing at Theatre Baton Rouge.…
 
Troy Broussard discusses AARP benefits and discounts offered to Veterans, events AARP will be putting on for Veteran's Day and phone scams. George Bell talks the importance of the renewal of the CATS tax. Mark Ballard discusses the federal deficit, Jack Strain, and voter turn out for the upcoming election.…
 
Louisiana has four federally recognized Native American tribes, one of the most historic is the Coushattas who settled largely around Allen Parish in the vicinity of Elton and Kinder. David Sickey is a past tribal chairman and a member of the tribe’s governing board. Sickey joins Louisiana Life Executive Editor Errol Laborde and podcast producer Ke…
 
Treasurer John Schroeder discusses the surplus and what can be done with it, Amendments on the ballot this election, the possibility of a gubernatorial run and comments on former Sheriff Jack Strain. Steven Roberts remembers his late wife Cokie Roberts and his book he wrote in her honor, "Cokie: A Life Well Lived."…
 
Mercedes Montagnes of the Promise of Justice Initiative and PAC for Justice talks to host Lynda Woolard about the success of the Unanimous Jury Coalition’s efforts to change the Louisiana Constitution, and explores other opportunities for Criminal Justice Reform in our state. Connect with the Promise of Justice Initiative on Twitter, Facebook, and …
 
442. Part 2 of our interview with Melissa Daggett about New Orleans spiritualism. Please join us when historian Melissa Daggett discusses her book, Spiritualism in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans: The Life and Times of Henry Louis Rey. Modern American Spiritualism blossomed in the 1850s and continued as a viable faith into the 1870s. Because of its …
 
Professor and Wildlife Biologist Dr. Stephen Ditchkoff, from Auburn University, joins us to share info from his research on how deer respond to human disturbance in their environment, on this episode of The Louisiana Bowhunter Podcast presented by SKRE Gear由Dr. Stephen Ditchkoff, Locke Wheeler, Kyler Moppert
 
Hillar Moore discusses the homicide rate in Baton Rouge, and how much of it is domestic violence. He also discusses opiod deaths, the death penalty, and defunding the police. Glenn Guilbeau talks LSU Football. Darlene Rowland talks the 25th Anniversary of the Main Street Market and Saturday's event.
 
Tim Mak talks his book, "Misfire: Inside the Downfall of the NRA," and problems within the NRA and CEO Wayne LaPierre. Keith Plessy speaks on being a descendent of Homer Plessy, Plessy v. Ferguson, and racial exclusion in America. Mark Ballard discusses the results from the gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey, Critical Race Theory, a…
 
Tyler Bridges has stories to tell, so many that this edition of Louisiana Insider will feature two of them. One is the shocking saga of former governor Edwin Edward's body being exhumed and then cremated at the orders of his widow and, allegedly, without the knowledge of his family by earlier marriages. And the other is from Bridges’ new book, “The…
 
Halloween is upon us and there's something spooky in the air! On this week's show, we have some very special treats (and no tricks – we promise!). We begin with Sally Asher, owner and operator of Red Sash Tours. On Halloweens past, Sally has taken us on special tours of St. Louis Cemetery No. 3. This year, we tour two different New Orleans graveyar…
 
441. Part 1 of our discussion with Melissa Daggett about New Orleans spiritualism in the 19th Century. Please join us when historian Melissa Daggett discusses her book, Spiritualism in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans: The Life and Times of Henry Louis Rey. Modern American Spiritualism blossomed in the 1850s and continued as a viable faith into the 1…
 
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