WPLP Podcasts

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Talking Pro's With Your Favorite Pioneers

Get all your local and national sports coverage and news in one unique and humorous based sports show! Hosted by Tannor Lambert & Ethan Hunter.

Minute Maid

In this show, listen as Ryan Hess and Chloe Hover go in depth on important school news, and what's important to many fellow students.

Crime Time

Crime seems to be everywhere in today's world. What you may not know are the bizarre crimes that occur. Listen in and discover some of the crazy crimes today.

Pulp Fiction 

Listen in as The Pulp staff talk about a series of interesting topics that usually get little main stream interest. 

The Red & Blue Hours

WPLP has sprung into the field of student politics with a set of two lighthearted debate shows, for each side of the spectrum. Listen in for RED HOUR every Tuesday morning around 8:20am, and BLUE HOUR every Tuesday afternoon around 2:05pm!

Factual Knowledge

Tune In to hear about some of the most crazy, interesting, and bizarre TRUE facts that we could find.

Listen to all previous shows/podcasts by visiting WPLP on mixlr and visiting "showreel"!

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The publications strive to uphold the Canons of Professional Journalism, which includes accuracy, impartiality, etc. Therefore, major errors will be corrected in the next issue. Distinction will be marked between news and opinion stories.

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