RI Libraries launch Rhody Radio podcast

Posted 9/19/20

Rhody Radio: RI Library Radio Online is the latest offering from Rhode Island public libraries. Rhody Radio is a weekly podcast that brings you voices from your neighbors around the state. Enjoy …

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RI Libraries launch Rhody Radio podcast

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Rhody Radio: RI Library Radio Online is the latest offering from Rhode Island public libraries. Rhody Radio is a weekly podcast that brings you voices from your neighbors around the state. Enjoy lectures, stories and conversations with local artists, performers, experts, and scholars selected for you by Rhode Island librarians.
Rhody Radio was created in order to fill the gap in continued learning and social connection during a time when libraries are offering limited in-person services. 

Rhody Radio’s first episode launched on Tuesday, Aug. 18; subsequent episodes will be released every Tuesday. You can find Rhody Radio at rhodyradio.org or wherever you get your podcasts.

Rhody Radio is a project of the Office of Library and Information Services and is made possible by a grant from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities.

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