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All about the Weather

Posted by Pamela Moore on

Students gathered for another exciting afterschool program at Northwood Village with enthusiasm as we begin our afternoon lesson on weather. Activities for the afternoon highlighted weather seasons and patterns. 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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Grassroots Playlist

Posted by Bill Ellison on

Grassroots playlist for Saturday, February 2, 2019. Featured artists were Butch Baldassari, Ralph Stanley, Flatt & Scruggs, I'm With Her, Tom Paxton and more.

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Ruth Miller aired on February 3, 2019

Posted by Kevin Farrell on

Malcolm White talks to textile artist Ruth Miller, recipient of the 2019 Governor’s Arts Award for Excellence in Visual Arts.

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Next Stop MS: A Perfect Combination: Mississippi Food & Music

Last Updated by Michelle McAdoo on

Today we’ll start our road trip in Laurel for the Magnolia State Bank Chili Cook-off. Next we’re heading to Jackson for Salvation Army’s “Souper Bowl” After that we’ll travel to the Grammy Museum MS in Cleveland and end the show in Oxford for the 16th Annual Oxford Film Festival.

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The Gestalt Gardener: Far From Home

Last Updated by Java Chatman on

Felder is back on the road, but he still is ready to help with your southern garden. With groundhog day around the corner, he gives us a little history lesson about Punxsutawney Phil and wonders if more winter in our future. Felder's gnomes may be covered in snow but he is still ready to play in the garden. Let's get dirty!

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Mississippi Edition: Friday, February 1st

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On today's show: Hear why one Mississippi prison is on lockdown, and why inmate behavior is not the reason. Then, a pay raise for teachers, active shooter training and more coming out of the House Education Committee this week. Also, a mother faces the risks - and open heart surgery - to have another child. And get some healthy snacking tips just in time for this weekend's Super Bowl.

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Southern Remedy Kids & Teens | January 31, 2019

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This week, Dr. Morgan McLeod welcomes pediatric neurologist Dr. Brad Ingram in to the studio to talk about seizures and other children's neurological issues.

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, January 31st

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On today's show: Find out why an immigration advocacy group wants to give drivers licenses to people who may be in the country illegally. And, is flu on the rise in Mississippi? We'll get the latest information. Plus, what do you do if your child's identity is stolen? And in this week's Book Club: "American Pop" by Snowden Wright.

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Auto Correct: New Safety Features, Heaven Sent or Possessed by the Devil?

Last Updated by Liz Gill on

The new vehicle safety features that are offered today: are they the answer to lowering traffic accidents or will they cause accidents with bells, whistles, and driving you off the road?

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Creature Comforts: The Dragonfly

Posted by Java Chatman on

Dr. Doug Clarke joins the program to talk about the beautiful and bizarre world of the dragonfly. With the title of the fastest insect on earth, the dragonfly and damselfly have an important role in nature as predator and prey. Dr. Clarke also shares tips for snapping the perfect dragonfly picture in the wild.

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