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Sounds Jewish: 6 Years Old!

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Hard to believe, but my “Sounds Jewish” radio show is marking six years on the air. Join me next time for an anniversary celebration featuring some of my favorite singers, bands and comedians.

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MPB Celebrates Natchez 300

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MPB celebrates the Natchez tricentennial this October with NEW episodes of Mississippi Roads and Conversations.

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FRONTLINE: The Choice 2016

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View profiles of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, two polarizing presidential candidates. Tuesday, September 27 at 8PM on MPB TV.

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Southern Remedy / Women's Show: Head and Neck Cancer

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Dr. Lana Jackson joins us to discuss cancer to the head and neck.

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Mississippi Edition: Friday, September 23rd

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Using data to make long-term decisions on government and economic policy. Later, a new U.S. Labor Department rule on overtime faces opposition from small business owners. We'll find out why. And, a look ahead at tonight's episode of At Issue on mosquito-borne illnesses.

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Gestalt Gardener: Garlic Anyone?

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Felder Rushing brings in some fresh garlic to the studio! And he also calls a friend to talk about Wellsfest!

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Conversations: Major General Augustus Collins

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Sunday, September 25 at 5:30 p.m. on MPB TV Join Marshall Ramsey for a conversation with Major General Augustus Collins, who is retiring after 35 years of military service, part of which was spent as Mississippi's adjutant general.

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INDIAN SUMMERS, Season 2: Episode 3

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Sooni and Ian compare notes to solve the mystery of Kaira’s murder. Aafrin intrudes on a domestic scene. The Maharajah arrives with his latest flame, a familiar face. Sunday, September 25 at 9PM on MPB TV.

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, September 22nd

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Learning about the connection between trauma and mental illness. Then, an audio postcard from Holmes County on creating economic opportunity for more Mississippians. And, ranking the presidents in our Book Club.

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Creature Comforts: Pascagoula River – Household Pet Hazards

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On today’s show we’ll be taking a tour of the Pascagoula River. What makes the Pascagoula River so important? What is being done to preserve it? We’ll also talk about common household pet hazards you should be aware of.

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