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Points South

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An Oxford American podcast. Southern Stories. Southern Songs.


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Latest Episodes

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4.8 out of 5 stars from 87 ratings
  • The South in context…

    Thanks to Adia Victoria’s mention of the show on her podcast Call and Response, I found this excellent project. Equal parts good music, enlightening topics, scholarship and always relating back to the South’s underlying thread, this podcast is masterful. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • My favorite podcast

    Since its premiere this has been my favorite podcast! I rarely sit down to read a whole issue of any magazine, so even though I’m a subscriber to OA, I tend to get interested in pieces through the podcast and then go back to the issue or topic referenced and read in the magazine. Dr. Lewis is knowledgeable on the subjects and conducts great interviews—personable but full of interesting facts! I recommend this podcast! Five stars

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Thoughtful and important

    I look forward to each episode, and always learn something. This podcast is a wonderful companion to one of the best print magazines in publication.

    Apple Podcasts
    randy JM
    United States3 years ago
  • A treasure - familiar but unexpected

    As good as the magazine...and that’s a hard thing to do

    Apple Podcasts
    Jonah from New Orleans
    United States3 years ago
  • Clyde Kinnard & Cemetery Angel

    Episode 5’s segment on the life of Clyde Kinnard, and his persecution by the Jim Crow institutions of 1950s Mississippi, should be mandatory education for every college freshman. Kinnard’s story is another one of the innumerable tragedies of Mississippi’s “Reconstruction” century. The despicable role that a university’s leadership played, in Kinnard’s fraudulent prosecution and imprisonment, gives a perspective on the “redneck PhD” culture at a major university. The presenter’s interview of an e... more

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    United States4 years ago

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