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Mississippi Edition: Friday, December 9th

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The state medical licensing board is examining penalties for physicians who have sexual relations with patients. Later, calling for the repeal of the state's "religious freedom" law. And, what makes Mississippi's Golden Triangle a hot bed for new industry and job creation?

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Great Performances – The Hollow Crown

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England is in crisis. War rages and divisions within the English court threaten the crown. Sunday, December 11 at 8PM on MPB TV.

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, December 8th

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Officials are suspending the license of a Greenville teacher caught on videotape dragging a student by the hair. Then, thoughts on a Donald Trump presidency from former Mississippi Senator Trent Lott. Later, as the temperatures drop, the danger of house fires goes up in the state. And, a Mississippi artist celebrates blues legends in a unique way in our Book Club.

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Southern Remedy / Kids and Teens: Wired Kids

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Is being connected negatively effecting your child? How much time should your child spend online?

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MPB's Season Pass: Conerly Trophy Winner Evan Engram

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This week, Jay White and Sam Wells welcome bowl reps from New Orleans & St Pete + Conerly Trophy winner Evan Engram!

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Creature Comforts: Animal Colors

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On today’s show we want to talk about the different color variations of our animal friends. What animals have you seen change their color in your area of the state? Do some animals change colors with the seasons? What animals use different color variations as camouflage or protection?

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Mississippi College Festival of Lights

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Premiering Friday, December 16th at 8 p.m. on MPB TV. Encore presentations on Dec. 18 at 7 p.m., Dec. 19 at 8 p.m., Dec. 24th at 7 p.m. and Dec. 25th at 5:30 p.m.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, December 7th

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Using drones to help victims in emergencies. Then, a Mississippi sailor killed at Pearl Harbor returns home today -- the seventy-fifth anniversary of the attack. Later, a Health Minute from Dr. Rick Deshazo on how much exercise is right for you. And, Toys For Tots is looking for your donations across the state this Christmas season.

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Southern Remedy / The Dr. Is In: Anesthesia

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This week, Dr. Rick deShazo welcome in Dr. Kumar from UMMC, a pediatric anesthesiologist, and they take call on a number of topics under the umbrella of anesthesiology from dentistry to out-patient surgery, and the difference between general and local anesthesia.

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Everyday Tech: Tech Gifts

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Wiltz Cutrer and Jeremy Thompson talk about shopping for tech gifts during the holiday season.

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