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It’s been 25 years since Anne Champion’s friend was killed, but the case was never solved. When Anne, now a prominent Manhattan attorney, gets an unexpected phone call from an old friend, it compels her to return to Iowa, her childhood home, to try and piece together the events around Laura Van Wyhe’s mysterious death.
 
Talk of Iowa is a place for Iowans to connect to our shared culture and what it means to live in Iowa. Host Charity Nebbe brings a mix of regular guests and a range of experts to discuss the arts, history, literature and everything else happening in Iowa. Every day brings something new — even if it's in a recurring segment like Talk of Iowa Book Club or comes from a familiar voice on Horticulture Day.
 
The "Iowa Business Report” is a weekly half-hour radio program featuring interviews about business, government, the economy, jobs, trade, and investments. Each program also includes a “Business Profile” segment, telling the story of one Iowa-based company and its impact. The "Iowa Business Report" is presented by Advance Iowa (advanceiowa.com) with additional support from the Iowa Business Council (iowabusinesscouncil.org). The program is a copyrighted production of Totally Iowa Media, which ...
 
Discover Iowa’s role in the advancement of civil rights. Learn how landmark Iowa court cases, the Iowa Underground Railroad, Iowa towns like Buxton, and Iowa civil rights pioneers like Alexander G. Clark, Ralph Montgomery, Edna Griffin, and more guided the future of the state and the nation. We will look at how the nation’s path forward might be discovered by gleaning the wisdom of Iowa history. For any questions or suggestions, please email Erick at iacivilrightshistorypodcast@gmail.com
 
This podcast is a safe space for us to talk about all things Repro in Iowa and across the nation. I created this as a space to share our stories and experiences on all things reproductive rights and justice. This podcast is designed for all peoples to come on and talk openly about their experiences regarding repro rights, abortions, LGBTQ+ issues, BIPOC issues, mental health issues and surrounding topics in regards to reproductive freedom.
 
We love to read! We know many of you do too. That’s why we created a book club at Iowa Public Radio. Hear about the themes, characters and big picture questions raised by the titles on our reading list. Get a copy of the books, find a comfortable chair, and read or re-read with us.The Talk of Iowa Book Club podcast is sponsored by Western Home Communities and Cultivating Compassion: The Dr. Deming Foundation.
 
Join Ken Brooks and special guest hosts as they discuss how local people, businesses, organizations, schools, and governments are working together to make the West Liberty, Iowa area a better place in which to live, work, learn, grow, and play. Building Together is presented by WeLead - West Liberty Economic Area Development. Special thank you to our podcast sponsors: West Liberty Auto Parts and the West Liberty Good Fellas.
 
Our freedom of conscience and religion is being challenged by laws and regulations being imposed by secular society. Deacon Mike Manno and Gina Noll talk to the top Christian litigators in the nation who have come forward to tell the truth and help defend our faith.
 
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Start your day with the essential local news you need to know. Host Clay Masters rises bright and early to bring you the top news stories of the morning in under 15 minutes. Wake up, pour your coffee and get your news Here First.
 
Whether you're a master gardener, just getting started or somewhere in between - there's always something new to learn in your garden and landscape. On each episode we'll talk with horticulturists, foresters and other experts. We'll learn about vegetable gardens, lawns, native plants, trees and more. Garden Variety is the podcast for all the things you'd like to grow or grow better. Garden Variety is a horticulture podcast from Iowa Public Radio and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
 
River to River is a conversation about the news with an Iowa perspective. Together we dig into the story behind the headlines - we talk with newsmakers and a diverse range of experts to find out how the news affects you. We take on challenging topics, explore issues from all sides, and foster conversation and understanding
 
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The Iowa basketball team continues to roll in the recruiting world. On Saturday, four-star wing Pryce Sandfort announced his commitment to Fran McCaffery and company. David Eickholt and Sean Bock go into detail about how this wasn't a slam dunk for Iowa, analyze Pryce's game and what he can bring to the table. The duo also give the latest intel sur…
 
The gang starts with some startling news after the property tax statements come out. Wayne tries to justify Sheldon's failed Franchise Fee initiative which prompts a "healthy debate". From there, we go back in time as the guys share secrets from their childhood that help to explain a few things. Aaron champions Universal Grain Care/Obama-Feed, ther…
 
On this week’s edition of the On Iowa Politics podcast: U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst splits her votes on legislation providing health care for veterans harmed by serving near burn pits, Iowa Democrats’ first-in-the-nation status gets a stay of execution, and a consequential — and perhaps predictive — vote on abortion in Kansas. On Iowa Politics is a weekly…
 
Night Listeners - OK this is the last interview for awhile BUT IT RULES. My guest tonight is Brendan Wells who was part of Nerv, Solid Attitude, These Needles, Patrick Swayze's Ghost, and currently in Uranium Club in Minneapolis. Lots of stories from the Des Moines and Iowa City scene circa 2006 - 2012. Iowa Basement Tapes has its own archive of Io…
 
Iowa running backs coach Ladell Betts is the guest on this episode of Hawk Off The Press with The Gazette's John Steppe. Among the discussion topics: His approach to fall camp with a young group of running backs. His thoughts on NIL and how often it comes up in recruiting. The importance of fullbacks at Iowa. What's changed at Iowa since his playin…
 
The guys open with some discussion about the recent lottery & what they'd do if they won it then discuss Harrison's time in Madison and whether there should be a Pants Party Run Party challenge for the upcoming football season. They shift to a slightly more serious discussion around Iowa's defense (~18:30) and run through the depth chart with a few…
 
Welcome to our August 2022 episode of Building together, a podcast about how community members, businesses, organizations, governments, and schools are working together to make West Liberty, Iowa, and surrounding areas a better place in which to live, work, learn, grow, and play. We usually shoot for an hour long podcast, but this month is a bit lo…
 
James Jordan's house is located at 2001 Fuller Rd, in West Des Moines Iowa it is one of the Iowa Underground Railroad houses that is still standing and was one of John Brown's freedom trails. The house was built and owned by James Jordan. James Jordan was a Complicated man like most men of his time. He was born in West Virginia in 1813 and moved to…
 
Bishop William Joensen visits with Tom Chapman, executive director of the Iowa Catholic Conference, the public policy voice of the bishops of Iowa. They will be discussing the overturn of Roe Vs. Wade, but also the latest on pro-life laws in Iowa, including the Iowa Supreme Court’s ruling that abortion is not a fundamental right.…
 
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