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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, October 24th

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On today's show: A national organization is working to help Mississippi women negotiate better salaries with the help of an online course. Find out why. Then, how well do Mississippi cities provide an inclusive living environment for LGBTQ people? We'll get the details on a new study. Plus we'll hear about Mississippians gearing up for a celebration of Native American culture in the state.

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In Legal Terms: Lawyers Doing Good

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Lawyers who have made a difference for the better in Mississippi and the United States.

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Money Talks: Pet Costs

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We love our pets but they cost a lot! Here's some idea of the costs associated with our furry friends.

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Mississippi Edition: Monday, October 22nd

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On today's show: Find out what leaders at Clinton's new Continental Tire Plant say they're working on to hire Mississippi workers. Then, after Everyday Tech, Mississippians who want to become homeowners now have a new option to help them come up with the down payment. We'll get the details.

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Grassroots Playlist

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Grassroots playlist for Saturday, October 20, 2018. Featured were Bill Monroe, The Greencards, Jim & Jesse, Alison Krauss, Mother Maybelle Carter and others.

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Thacker Mountain Radio Hour | Saturday, October 27, 2018 | Jim Weatherly

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This week, it's homecoming at the Lyric Oxford! Featuring songwriter (and former Ole Miss quarterback) Jim Weatherly, singer-songwriter Taylor Hunnicutt and special guest Cary Hudson. Hosted by Jim Dees and the Yalobushwhackers. Saturday at 7 p.m.

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Jere Nash aired on October 21,2018

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Malcolm White talks to Jere Nash, author, political consultant and co-founder of the Mississippi Book Festival.

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Sounds Jewish: Hand Me That Pumpkin

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Join me next time on Sounds Jewish for music and comedy inspired by the dybbuk, the Golem, ghosts and the devil. It may scare the skullcap off of you.

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Honoring Native American history

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The Native American experience is central to Mississippi’s story. As early as the 1920s the Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) recognized the significance of Native American history, sending archaeologists out around the state to survey mound sites.

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Hear from Mississippi’s U.S. Senate candidates on @ISSUE airing Nov. 2 on MPB Television

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The Nov. 6 Election Day is drawing near, and Mississippi Public Broadcasting is offering voters insights on U.S. Senate candidates and matters at stake in a special @ISSUE program airing at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 2 and noon Nov. 4 on MPB Television.

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