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49 minutes | 6 days ago
SouthBound: Anna Sale Talks About Hard Things, Including (Of Course) Death, Sex And Money
SouthBound host Tommy Tomlinson talks to Anna Sale, host of the podcast "Death, Sex & Money." Sale has written a new book called "Let's Talk About Hard Things."
38 minutes | 20 days ago
SouthBound: Adrian Miller Tells The Stories Of Black Barbecue Pioneers
SouthBound host Tommy Tomlinson interviews Adrian Miller, James Beard Award-winning food writer and author of the new book "Black Smoke," about Black barbecue pioneers.
35 minutes | a month ago
SouthBound: Comedian Nate Bargatze On Working Clean, Joking About A Dead Dog, And Doing Stand-Up At A Drive-In Theater
In this episode of SouthBound, Tommy talks to Tennessee comedian Nate Bargatze, whose new Netflix special is "The Greatest Average American."
35 minutes | 2 months ago
SouthBound Replay: Rhiannon Giddens Connects The Musical Dots In The South, And All Over The World
This SouthBound is a replay of a conversation Tommy Tomlinson had with musician Rhiannon Giddens back in October of 2019, on the morning of a concert she’d perform that night in Charlotte. Remember live music?
41 minutes | 2 months ago
In 'Shaking The Gates Of Hell,' John Archibald Confronts Father's Silence From Pulpit In Civil Rights Era
Conversation with John Archibald, the Pulitzer-winning newspaper columnist and author of the new book "Shaking the Gates of Hell"
35 minutes | 3 months ago
SouthBound: Robert Gipe On Making Art In Coal Country, And The Many Things People Get Wrong About Appalachia
SouthBound host Tommy Tomlinson interviews Robert Gipe, a novelist, illustrator and art teacher who helps his community in eastern Kentucky put on plays that talk about the big issues in the region.
33 minutes | 3 months ago
SouthBound: The Jewish History Of The South, Through The Eyes Of A New Museum In New Orleans
SouthBound host Tommy Tomlinson interviews Kenneth Hoffman, executive director of the Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience.
32 minutes | 4 months ago
SouthBound: Ada Limón On Making Poetry In A Pandemic And Finding 'Radical Hope' In Anxious Times
This week on SouthBound, we talk to Kentucky poet Ada Limón about poetry in the pandemic, radical hope, and watching fellow poet Amanda Gorman become a star on Inauguration Day.
29 minutes | 4 months ago
SouthBound: Political Scientist Andra Gillespie Diagnoses The Last Four Years - Was It A Virus Or A Cancer?
Andra Gillespie is director of the James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race and Difference at Emory University in Atlanta. Gillespie writes and teaches about race and American politics. As you can imagine, these past four years she’s been busy. In the latest SouthBound, she talks about our current world of politics and where we're headed from here.
41 minutes | 4 months ago
SouthBound: Author Ben Montgomery On Oprah's Endorsement, Football Memories, And A Shattering Loss
This week’s guest on Tommy Tomlinson's podcast SouthBound is Ben Montgomery, whose new book was chosen by Oprah Winfrey’s magazine as one of the most anticipated books of 2021. Ben also lost his young son back in March, and speaks deeply of that grief.
25 minutes | 5 months ago
SouthBound's Best Of 2020
A lot of smart and thoughtful people came on SouthBound this year to dig deep into the issues of the South and as of the country as a whole. Tommy Tomlinson selects his favorites from the year.
34 minutes | 5 months ago
SouthBound: Wright Thompson Takes A Long Look At Bourbon, Family, And Building The Life You Dream Of
This week's episode of SouthBound features Wright Thompson, senior writer at ESPN and author of the new book "Pappyland," on the legendary bourbon called Pappy Van Winkle.
36 minutes | 6 months ago
SouthBound: Latria Graham Gets Lost In The Wilderness, And Finds Herself Back Home
Latria Graham is a contributing editor for Garden & Gun and she has written for Southern Living, the Oxford American and many other outlets.
34 minutes | 6 months ago
SouthBound: Rick Bragg On Moving Back Home, The Future Of The South, And A Good Bad Dog
Rick Bragg has a Pulitzer Prize, a slew of bestselling books, and a lifetime of Southern stories spilling out of his head.
33 minutes | 7 months ago
SouthBound: Charles Bolden On His Adventures In Space, And Our Struggles Here On Earth
Charles Bolden flew on four space shuttle missions, helped deploy the Hubble Space Telescope, and was later in charge of NASA under President Obama. He is one of the lucky few who have seen our planet as a blue ball through a window. He talked to Tommy Tomlinson in the latest SouthBound.
30 minutes | 7 months ago
SouthBound: Roy Wood Jr. On Humor In Hard Times, Explaining The South ... And Pimento Cheese
Roy Wood Jr. has spent a career telling jokes with sharp edges. He grew up in Birmingham and has spent more than 20 years doing stand-up, returning again to his experiences as a Black man and a Southerner. For the last five years he has also been a correspondent for “The Daily Show,” often coming back down South to poke at our contradictions and absurdities.
35 minutes | 8 months ago
SouthBound: Issac Bailey On Embracing Hard Conversations And Finding His Own Voice
Issac Bailey has had to jump a lot of hurdles.
34 minutes | 8 months ago
SouthBound: Elijah Heyward III And The New Museum On 'Sacred Ground' In African American History
You can’t understand the South without trying to understand Charleston, South Carolina.
27 minutes | 9 months ago
SouthBound: Anthony Hamilton On Reshaping His Sound And Raising His Kids In This Troubled Summer
Anthony Hamilton, the Grammy-winning singer and songwriter from Charlotte, has spent his career working a fertile patch of rhythm and blues.
33 minutes | 9 months ago
SouthBound: Fawn Weaver On Bottling A Tribute To A Former Slave's Role In Whiskey History
Fawn Weaver is the author of a best-selling book on happy marriages. Her husband is a movie exec. They were happy and comfortable in Los Angeles. But then she read a story about a former slave named Nearest Green, who taught his method of making Tennessee whiskey to a young businessman named Jack Daniel. Weaver longed to know more.
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