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Money Talks: Grocery Shopping Tips

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A financial dozen tips on ways to save money at the grocery store.

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Mississippi Edition: Monday, May 14th

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On today's show: Find out how Mental Healthcare advocates are working to educate and to fight the stigma associated with mental illness. And after Everyday Tech, May is stroke awareness month. Hear the story of how a daughter identified her mother's stroke in the knick of time. Then, insect-borne viruses like West Nile are infecting more Mississippians. Why experts say it's preventable.

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Grassroots Playlist

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Grassroots playlist for Saturday, May 12, 2018. Featured artists were Bill Monroe, David Wilcox, Alison Krauss, Steve Martin & Edie Brickell and others.

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London Branch aired on May 13, 2018

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Diane Williams talks with musician Dr. London Branch.

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Next Stop MS: One Night Only!!!!

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Today we talk with comedian Rita B about her One Night Only comedy show. Then we’ll move to Ridgeland for Pepsi Pops 2018. Next we’ll head back to Jackson for Lucky Town Brewery’s ‘Sippin Saturday’s and end our show with musician Kell Kellum.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Flowers for Mother

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Right before this Mother's Day, Felder is talking to you about your southern garden and how to get the blooms you want this season. Also, he brings in two cheesy tunes and talks about a new home for his bottle tree.

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Creature Comforts: Bats of Mississippi

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Dr. Nicole Hodges joins Creature Comforts to talk about the bats that call Mississippi home. Often misunderstood, these winged mammals play an important part in our environment.

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MPB's Season Pass: Vance, Stowers, Cleveland

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Guests: Reid Vance from Mississippi College Baseball; Tim Stowers from Southwest Mississippi Community College Football; Rick Cleveland talks college baseball.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, May 9th

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On today's show: Passions are running high as groups meet with the National Park Service about designating Civil Rights sites. Then, are political signage rules limiting your free speech? And after a Southern Remedy Health Minute, Mississippi after-school programs are coming together to help the state's youth.

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Everyday Tech: Assistive Technology; Vision Impairment & Blindness

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On today’s show we welcomed special guest Holly Bolton, Typing & Technology Instructor with the Addie McBride Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Mike Duke, Director of Radio Reading Service at Mississippi Public Broadcasting to discuss assistive technology for individuals with blindness or visual impairment.

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