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Flyover from MPR News focuses on issues of American identity and the changing American dream as they are lived and experienced in the cities, towns and rural areas that lie beyond the media spotlights in New York, D.C. and L.A. This podcast is an unedited hour of live talk radio. Award-winning host Kerri Miller grounds each week’s topic in a specific place, inviting a public radio journalist from a partner station to discuss how the week’s topic is playing out on the ground in the city where they live and work before looking at the broader context. Throughout the show, Kerri takes calls and social media comments from listeners around the country for perspectives that transcend the daily news feed and root the topic in genuine experience. Join the conversation at #flyoverradio

Customer Reviews

A Star is Born

Kerri Miller is a thoughtful and erudite host, walking a fine political line each episode and showing respect to everyone’s point of view. I hope folks of all political stripes can find a way to listen to Flyover.

What a gem

Found this podcast while browsing around. Loved the topics, the civil discussion, and none of the melodramatics. I think the show can move more center. But honestly, this is currently as center as can be a show that I can find.

Criminally underrated

This is my favorite political podcast of the moment. The professional/academic/journalistic guests are insightful and respectful of opinions. The guests call in from across the country and represent overlooked portions of the US. As a former Midwesterner I find these perspectives invaluable. My only gripe is that the show (and host) tends to lean liberal. I would prefer a more centrist/objective perspective. Aside from that, this show is essential listening.

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