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  • In honor of the Fourth of July weekend, we salute our country with some patriotic songs and an episode of Father Knows Best, while behind the scenes our producer has some ideas for reworking the show.
  • For this episode of Don’t Call it Jazz, Jon digs into his recent purchases and shares some of his favorite recent tracks. Not so much a best-of, but a collection of great creative jazz music from some wonderful contemporary artists that Jon has been listening to on repeat recently.
  • The Alturas Institute and KISU present "Constitutional Conversation" on June 22 at 7PM, in the Bennion Room at University Place in Idaho Falls. "American Democracy at a Crossroads: The January 6 Hearings, features Dr. David Adler, constitutional scholar and author, who will discuss the historic hearings and their implications for government accountability, the future of democracy, the consequences of the insurrection for the Constitution and more.
  • For the June 2022 episode of Sales Talk our host, John Ney welcomes Donald Zebe, and Kent Malinowski. They talk about how Costco came to Pocatello.
  • For the June 2022 episode of Bengal Business Radio our host, Dean Shane Hunt, welcomes ISU Alumni, Gary and Susan Campbell. Gary & Susan talk about their time, and journey through the ISU College of Business and how it helped prepare them for their respective careers. In the second half of the program Dr. Greg Murphy tells us about his path to becoming a professor of management at Idaho State University and entrepreneurship education.
  • The study, which was written by two MindTap hosts, explored themes of science communication in public radio
  • Fishing is the name of the game today as we cast a line with Fibber McGee and Molly, Archie Andrews, and another one of our old friends that seem to show up at the strangest times.
  • Don't Call it Jazz is proud to present an annual tradition of celebrating LGBTQ musicians in recognition of pride month.