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Sounds Jewish: Pregame Hoopla

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Sunday's Sounds Jewish brings you specialized pregame hoopla featuring Jewish music from Philadelphia and New England, a sampling of Jewish commercials jingles, and an interview with the greatest Jewish football player of all time.

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Mississippi Edition: Friday, February 2nd

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On today's show: We'll learn more about a controversial bill on education funding. Will taxpayer dollars to private schools? Then, find out the two risky habits putting Mississippians at risk for Cancer. And as you prepare for the big game, food safety experts are waving on the flag before any dish spoils. Plus, the story of an unsung civil rights hero in Hattiesburg.

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Southern Remedy for Women | Feb. 2, 2018 | Women and Heart Disease

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It's National Heart Awareness Month, and Dr. Michelle Owens and Dr. Ali Brown are discussing women and heart disease.

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Next Stop MS: 15th Annual Oxford Film Festival

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it’s all about the 15th Annual Oxford Film Festival. Today our guest are Melanie Addington, Executive Director of the Oxford film fest. Award-winning daytime TV actress, director /producer Cady McClain, Wayne Andrews and singer/ lyricist Astin Rocks of Clouds & Crayons.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Groundhog Day

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On this Groundhog Day episode, Felder talks about what will work in your garden if we have more frigid temperatures and plays a cheesy tune that is a 70's hidden gem. Let's get dirty!

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MPB Classic: Good Mornin’ Blues

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Hosted by B.B. King and produced in 1978; this program documents the history of the blues that sprang from the Mississippi Delta. Rare photos and performances by Big Joe Williams, Houston Stackhouse and Furry Lewis help to weave the story of this music born in the Deep South. Don’t miss a special airing of the MPB Classic "Good Mornin’ Blues," Monday, February 5, at 9 p.m. on MPB Television.

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MPB Parent Academy made a huge difference in Haley’s life

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Valeria Haley, 39, of Jackson is grateful she participated in Mississippi Public Broadcasting’s first Parent Academy workshop in April 2015. “That first class changed my entire life,” Haley said. “The classes were phenomenal. I can’t say it enough. All the questions I had on what to do next in life, they pretty much told me.”

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Southern Remedy Kids & Teens | Feb. 1 , 2018 | Kids and Eletronics

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Dr. Jimmy Stewart talks about your children and dealing with electronics and social media.

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, February 1st

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On today's show: Find out why some lawmakers say it could be another year before Mississippi has a state lottery. Then, we'll hear from a group of students at an inner-city high school changing stereotypes with a mind game. And in our book club, it's award-winning author Colson Whitehead on his novel, The Underground Railroad.

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Creature Comforts: Fishing in Mississippi

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Ryan Jones from the Mississippi Department of Wildlife Fisheries and Parks joins the program to talk about fishing in Mississippi. What you can catch, how much you can catch, and where you can fish is all discussed. Also, we look at the department's annual event "So You Think You Can Fish".

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