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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, August 15th

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On today's show: Find out what's to come in one of the largest research studies in history happening right here in Mississippi. Then, we'll learn why there's a critical need for blood donations. And, Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society celebrates 100 years in Mississippi. Plus, the story of how a Mississippi man's tribute to his wife and their enduring love is gaining international buzz.

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Everyday Tech: Banking Technology

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As technology advances, banks are offering different types of services to stay current and attract customers. So today we’ll discuss banking technology and the different ways banks utilize it.

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Betty White: First Lady of Television

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Betty White: First Lady of Television traces Betty’s remarkable career, from her early days in radio to her first TV series as co-host of a live, five-and-a-half-hour, six-day-a-week variety show. She produced and starred in the pioneering sitcom “Life with Elizabeth” and was a popular TV personality throughout the 50s and 60s. Tuesday, August 21 at 7 p.m. on MPB Television.

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Fix It 101: A/C and Appliances

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Today on the program we get a quick visit from Timmy McClendon with A/C Remedies and try to get Jason's ice maker to work. Also, the handyman hangout gives tips for longer lasting appliances and talks air conditioner maintenance.

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Mississippi Edition: Tuesday, August 14th

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On today's show: The Capital City's troubled zoo is under new management, and the mayor says he's not interested in relocating it. Then, a conversation from StoryCorps in Mississippi. And, find out how the state's first rural charter school is faring AND what more could be in store for the Delta.

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In Legal Terms: Tariffs

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Our guest, Professor Antonia Eliason, gives us a history and a current events lesson on tariffs.

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Money Talks: Prescription Costs

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With our guest Robert Dozier, Executive Director of the Mississippi Independent Pharmacist Association, we’ll be suggesting different methods to save money on prescription medications. Some of our tips may just be a change in the way you pay for your prescriptions other methods require you to speak with your doctor and pharmacist to determine what is right for you.

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Mississippi Edition: Monday, August 13th

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On today's show: The new state auditor shares what his office found out about mismanaged Medicaid funds AND what they're going to do about it. Then on Everyday Tech, we'll hear from the experts on Back-to-school tech and how to get the best bang for your buck. And, find out why safety at the school bus is a top priority this time of year.

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Thacker Mountain Radio Hour | Saturday, August 18 | From the Neshoba County Fair

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Recorded live at the historic Founders Square Pavilion! Featuring TV chef Elizabeth Heiskell, country-rockers Young Valley, and bluesman Lightnin Malcolm. Tune in at 7 p.m. Central, on the radio or online.

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Now You're Talking w/ Marshall Ramsey: 1st Mississippi's Writers Trail Markers!!

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The Mississippi Writers Trail will officially launch with the unveiling of two historical marker prototypes, honoring Eudora Welty and Jesmyn Ward, as part of the 2018 Mississippi Book Festival and today we’ll speak with the man who sparked the initiative, Malcolm White, Executive Director of the Mississippi Arts Commission and owner of the legendary Hal & Mal’s restaurant in downtown Jackson.

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