In the first season of My Fellow Kansans, we examined the forces and consequences of Kansas politics, the history behind it and the likelihood of another course-changing election in 2018. In season two, we explored the past, present and future of rural Kansas, because it too has a storied past. But as once-thriving towns continue to shrink, does it have a future? That, fellow Kansans, depends on whom you ask. Subscribe to My Fellow Kansans wherever you listen to podcasts.
My Fellow Kansans Special: People and the Pandemic
S3 Episode 6: Michelle Taylor, Silver Lake
Getting married and having your first child is stressful enough. Try making those life changes during a pandemic. As a teacher.
S3 Episode 5: Slai Hung, Garden City
One western Kansas resident's recovery from COVID-19 was made worse by an unpleasant health care experience.
S3 Episode 4: Ehlaina Hartman, Spearville
What happens when the coronavirus comes between your senior year and dreams of a state championship?
S3 Episode 3: Anil Gharmalkar, Jalon Evans-Gharmalkar And Tamarah Chancellor
A first-hand account of what it's like to be hospitalized with COVID-19, and how a family handled the situation.
S3 Episode 2: Gabrielle Griffie, Wichita
Besides the coronavrius, another urgent topic again surfaced this year: an end to racism.
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I’m a transplant to KS and am finding these podcasts to be fantastically informative about my new home. The current series on rural communities is enlightening and I think the more people across the state become educated about the entire state the better our chances to improve quality of life everywhere. I also enjoyed last season’s series on history of KS politics. High quality production, excellent reporting.
This Kansan looks forward to each episode.
Season 2 was fantastic
I didn’t really expect a second season but I ended up liking it even more than season 1! I would highly recommend giving it a listen.