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MPB Classic – Singing River: Rhythms of Nature

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Narrated by Mississippi native son, Gerald McRaney, the documentary explores the ecological, cultural, recreational and economic significance of the Pascagoula River. Don't miss the MPB Classic, "Singing River: Rhythms of Nature" Monday, April 30 at 9 p.m. on MPB Television.

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Everyday Tech: Recycling Technology

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Today on Everyday tech we’re discussing Recycling with our friend Jennifer Milner, State Recycling Coordinator with The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, April 24th

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On today's show: The latest in the race to permanently fill the U-S Senate seat vacated by former Senator Thad Cochran. Then, new legislation is designed to protect those who receive social security disability. In Story Corps, a conversation on raising children nearly 40 years ago when some moms were staying at home. Plus, advocates want more Mississippians to consider becoming foster parents.

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Thacker Mountain Radio Hour | Saturday, April 28 | From The Lyric Oxford

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Celebrate the sounds and stories of the evolving South with Thacker Mountain Radio Hour this Saturday at 7 p.m. on your MPB radio station. Guests: Eric Barnes, Jimmy Reed, JJ Thames, John Paul Keith.

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In Legal Terms: Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes

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Guest Professor Hans Sinha discusses the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Reauthorization Act of 2016

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Money Talks: Economic Education

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Guest: Selena Swartzfager, President of the Mississippi Council on Economic education

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Springboard To Opportunities 4th Annual 5K

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Many participants rallied to show their support for Springboard to Opportunities 4th Annual 5K Run for our Community held on Saturday, April 21st. Following the run parents and children visited the MPB booth and received tune-in information, giveaways, free children’s books, and information on PBS KIDS programs.

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Earth Day @ Dawson

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Dawson students were excited to celebrate Earth Day during our latest afterschool program. Earth Day is a day dedicated to educated and share awareness about environmental issues. Students showed great enthusiasm during the learning activities included for the day. 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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Mississippi Edition: Monday, April 23rd

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On today's show: The state Public Service Commission is investigating cell phone carriers in an effort to get all hands on deck to fight robocalls. On Everyday Tech, find out how you can recycle your gadgets. Then, we'll hear about a Mississippi program helping some low-income families feed their children after school.

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Teen chef Mark Coblentz goes on a culinary journey on MPB Television

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“Making A Chef” follows 15-year-old Mark’s visits to chefs and food artisans as they take him behind the scenes to demonstrate their favorite dishes. Watch the series on MPB Television Saturdays at 1 p.m. with an encore presentation Sundays at 10 a.m.

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