Whatever else can be said for the 2016 election, the highest glass ceiling was not broken and the number of women in the U.S. Congress stalled at a mere one-fifth of its members. Every month POLITICO Editor Carrie Budoff Brown will sit down with women leaders to talk power, politics and policy, and explore how dynamics shift when women have a seat at the table. Women Rule is produced by POLITICO in partnership with Google and the Tory Burch Foundation.
You're better off, when you're Spouting Off! Karen, host of Spouting off, is very well-informed and opinionated, but she also believes that protecting others’ rights to free speech protects our own. Topics range from the timely to the timeless, but always include a healthy dose of debate and discussion. If you can’t stand disagreement or diversity of opinion, enter with extreme caution. But if you just love mixing it up about the hottest issues of the day, tune in. You might just have your mind changed or change someone else’s!
By BBS Radio, BBS Network Inc.
The Fall Line Podcast, a true crime audio serial, investigates the March 18, 1990 disappearance of Augusta, GA twins Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook. The twins, who were fifteen at the time, were treated without cause as runaways and their case was closed less than a week after their seventeenth birthday. Their family worked tirelessly to get the case reopened, and finally managed to attract the notice of a newly elected sheriff in 2013. Now, the podcast works to amplify the voices of the twins' family and to uncover facts, explore and dispel rumors, and develop theories in their case. Listen as we work to find Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook. The podcast is a longform audio-doc series that doesn't "get straight to the point' because this is a story about what is missing, not what has been found. There is a heavy focus on narrative, storytelling, and scaffolding. Promo intro music courtesy of ABett CC by 3.0 Episode theme music courtesy Valentin Sosnitskiy CC by 1.0
By The Fall Line Podcast
The Capitol Pressroom is a daily one-hour public radio news magazine broadcast from the heart of the New York’s political hub: The Legislative Correspondents Association Pressroom, on the 3rd floor of the State Capitol in Albany. Hosted by WCNY capitol correspondent Susan Arbetter.
By The Capitol Pressroom
"Stories that Matter" is a brand new radio program and podcast hosted by Matt Shedd and presented by the Peabody Awards in cooperation with WUGA-FM. Each installment will shine a spotlight on one of our 90,000 pieces of media in the Peabody Awards Collection at the UGA Libraries. In addition to excerpts from the pieces of media, episodes will feature commentary from the content creator, scholar, or media critic. Short episodes will air once a month during Morning Edition on WUGA-FM and associated episodes of our full-length podcast interviews will be available here.