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Another Ready To Learn Success Story

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It’s another Ready To Learn Success Story! Ossie Williams of Dawson Elementary works hard to give her students the best educational experience possible. Her passion for education and classroom expertise made her a great addition to the Odd Squad Camp staff. This project is funded by a Ready To Learn grant provided by the Department of Education to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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Southern Remedy for Women | September 28, 2018

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Dr. Ali Brown welcomes into the studio Dr. Carter Milner, assistant professor of hematology in the department of internal medicine at UMMC to talk about all of the issues, question, ailments and solutions involving your blood.

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Next Stop MS: Pumpkins, Quilts, music and more!

Last Updated by Michelle McAdoo on

Today we start this road trip in Jackson for the 38th annual Farish Street Heritage Festival, then we’ll move to Hattiesburg for the Pine Belt Fiber Arts and Quilt Show. After that we’ll head to Hernando and visit with Cedar Hill Farms Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maize and end the show with musician Sachmoe Phlanagan.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Fair Food and Greg Grant

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Felder is in a very welcoming mood for the fall season and the upcoming state fair. Although undecided if he will enter the plant show, he spends a part of the hour chatting with his friend Greg Grant about an issue that is important to crepe myrtles. Let's get dirty!

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, September 27th

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On today's show: Mississippi U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith praises Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Then, a message from hope as many Mississippians celebrates recovery from the throws of addiction and mental illness. And in our book club meet the author and Grammy Award-winning songwriter Tena Clark with her new memoir on growing up in Mississippi.

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Everyday Tech: Troubleshooting-Fixing common tech issues

Posted by Michelle McAdoo on

Ever wondered what you can do if your computer is running slow, or how to fix that app that’s not working as expected or what to do if your internet doesn’t load websites very fast? Well, today we’re going to discuss basic troubleshooting- and how to fix common tech issues.

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Fix It 101: Fall Fix-ups

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Its the last week in Septemeber and fall season is here. Let's take some time to tackle the little fixes before they become major projects. Also today in the handyman hangout we share tips on unclogging drains and keeping your tools rust free.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, September 25th

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On today's show: Hospitals in Mississippi are working to keep qualified nurses. How one medical center is dealing with one of the challenges. Then, it's National Voter Registration Day. We'll hear from Mississippi's Secretary of State on getting out the vote. And, find out why a new report says the state's public colleges are failing some students.

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Relatively Speaking | September 25, 2018

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Cancer - a diagnosis that changes your life. Whether you are the affected or a loved one, the emotional impact can affect your life forever. Tell us how you have dealt with the diagnosis of cancer whether you’re the diagnosed, a friend, a caregiver or a loved one. Let’s talk about what is going on in your life.

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Thacker Mountain Radio Hour | Saturday, September 29 | Memphis Ukulele Band

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This week, “True Detective" meets "The Exorcist" in Jimmy Cajoleas's new young adult novel "The Good Demon." Plus: Southern soul from The Red Clay Strays—and the Memphis Ukulele Band! Hosted by Jim Dees and the Yalobushwhackers. Saturday at 7 p.m.

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