PODCASTS

This is where we talk about podcasts and why we do them.

 
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Every day, you drive by hundreds of businesses you've never stopped at, shopped at or (sometimes) even noticed. That's where we come in. From reptile markets to running groups, bead stores to bodegas, natatoriums to nude retreats, You Know The Place explores the Idaho stores, shops, clubs, and pubs you always pass by, but never seem to visit.

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Idaho Matters

Idaho Matters is the place on-air and online where folks with different views can talk with each other, exchange ideas, debate with respect and come away richer out of the experience. 

 
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Whether you're a lifelong Gem Stater or a transplant just now settling in, chances are you've probably seen something that makes you wonder, What's up with that?

Wanna Know Idaho is a listener-focused podcast from Boise State Public Radio's newsroom that hinges on YOUR curiosity.

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It may be true that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. But sometimes the parts are important or fascinating all on their own. And how the parts fit in is essential to how the whole functions.

That's the idea behind Some of the Parts. Reporter-turned-podcaster Adam Cotterell tells the stories of some of the small groups of people that are part of Idaho. 

 
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In this seasonal, weekly podcast, we break down the Idaho Legislature so you don't have to. We dig into what's happening, drill down into the why and find out how it affects you.

The Legislature makes the laws, controls the money and creates the rules that govern life in Idaho. Each Friday, we ask these questions: What just happened? How does it affect your life?

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This is a podcast about a podcast. Listen along with us as reporters from Boise State Public Radio and the Idaho Statesman sit down to talk about Serial, the wildly popular This American Life podcast, which focused its second season on a story many in Idaho are already familiar with: the story of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl.