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Mississippi Edition: Monday, May 21st

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On today's show: Congressional reaction to moving the U.S. embassy in Israel. Then, Why aren't law students in Mississippi passing the bar exam? And after Everyday Tech, meet The Mississippi March of Dimes Ambassador Mom and hear about her miracle baby boy.

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Deep South Dining: Andy Lemmon & The Gleaners

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Andy Lemmon, the Mississippi program coordinator for the Society of St. Andrew, joins Kevin and Deborah to talk about how everyone can join the fight to end hunger.

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Mississippi Edition: Friday, May 18th

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On today's show: Trustees of Mississippi's eight public universities are giving final approval for tuition increases next fall. We'll have details. And, the U.S. Surgeon General is in Mississippi to address the ongoing opioid epidemic. Then, Do you know how to respond if someone stops breathing or is bleeding heavily? Find out what you can do and how to do it.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Good Day Sunshine

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The humidity is high but that will not stop Felder from answering your southern gardening questions. From dogwoods all the way to pretty looking weeds this is a garden party that welcomes all and turns away none. Let's get dirty!

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PostScripts: Eudora Welty

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A one-on-one interview with the Mississippi native and award-winning author Eudora Welty about her life, literature, and photography. Don't miss this MPB Classic, Monday, May 21 at 9 p.m. on MPB Television.

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Relatively Speaking | May 15, 2018 | Mixed Families

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Dr. Susan Buttross gives great advice on keeping mixed families working well.

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Southern Remedy Kids & Teens | May 17, 2018

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This weeks's topic is "Summer Safety"

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, May 17th

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On today's show: Toyota is hiring in Mississippi, and they're very clear about the type of employees they want on their team. And, a historic site in Mississippi is getting national attention. What's next for the Evers' home in Jackson. Then, learn the risks for Hepatitis C. Why you might need to be tested. In today's book club, we'll hear from author Michael Kardos on his new novel, "Bluff".

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Creature Comforts: Fireflies

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Did you know that a firefly is not really a fly? It belongs to the beetle family and today on the show we talk about these bioluminescent creatures with Paul Hartfield from the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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MPB's Season Pass: Price-Smith, Anger, Robinson

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Guests: UM Track & Field Head Coach Connie Price-Smith, US National Whitewater Freestyle Kayak Team member Matt Anger, Jones County Junior College Softball Head Coach Chris Robinson.

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