Each week in 2017, MPB is recognizing our state’s bicentennial year with “Mississippi: A Thread Through Time,” a new series of one-minute documentaries.
Each week, we’ll follow another thread in the rich tapestry of our state’s history. Some of the stories will be familiar; others will be amazing. Many will be serious, and a few will be on the lighter side.
New episodes premiere each Sunday in 2017 on MPB Television, MPB Think Radio and on mpbonline.org.
Mississippi: A Thread Through Time Looking to the Future Mississippi looks to the future in our final Thread Through Time.
The Legislative Black Caucus holds a meeting on Medicaid. Members want to consider expansion, but Republicans are warning about the costs. Also, we'll look at the heavy economic costs of recent river flooding. And 12 rural airports get a financial boost from the FAA. Those stories and your Southern Remedy Health Minute on Wednesday's Mississippi Edition.Read More
JACKSON, Miss. – Mississippi Public Broadcasting is introducing a radio version of @ISSUE, its television political and legislative affairs program, beginning at 9 a.m. Feb. 4 on MPB Think Radio. The new call-in radio program will air each Monday at the same time during the 2019 legislative session.Read More
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.Read More
Celebrate the power of reading to children!Read More