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All Sides with Ann Fisher Podcast

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All Sides with Ann Fisher is a two-hour daily public affairs talk show designed to touch all sides of the issues and events that shape life in central Ohio.

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All Sides with Ann Fisher is a two-hour daily public affairs talk show designed to touch all sides of the issues and events that shape life in central Ohio.

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By short but mighty - May 17 2019
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I listen to all sides with Anne fisher to stay informed. Traditional news outlets push out content that can be so negative. I appreciate the balanced way topics are discussed on Anne’s show. I also learn a lot and love the opportunity to learn about cool things happening in and around Columbus. Keep up the good work!

A very good podcast!

By waynier - Aug 31 2015
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Very informative. I enjoy the statehouse round up episodes the most.

iTunes Ratings

33 Ratings
Average Ratings
31
1
0
1
0

Love this show

By short but mighty - May 17 2019
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I listen to all sides with Anne fisher to stay informed. Traditional news outlets push out content that can be so negative. I appreciate the balanced way topics are discussed on Anne’s show. I also learn a lot and love the opportunity to learn about cool things happening in and around Columbus. Keep up the good work!

A very good podcast!

By waynier - Aug 31 2015
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Very informative. I enjoy the statehouse round up episodes the most.

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All Sides with Ann Fisher Podcast

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All Sides with Ann Fisher is a two-hour daily public affairs talk show designed to touch all sides of the issues and events that shape life in central Ohio.

Plastic Bag Bans

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Local governments across the country have enacted bans on single-use plastics, such as bags and straws and that has triggered statewide bans on such bans. In Ohio, Republican lawmakers have introduced two measures to block local governments from imposing fees, bans or other regulations of single-use plastics. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: single-use plastics, and the pros and cons of bans and fees. Guests: Anna Staver, Statehouse Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch Elissa Yoder Mann, Conservation Manager, Sierra Club Sarah Damron , chapter manager, Surfrider Foundation Kristin Mullins , President-CEO, Ohio Grocers Association

Nov 26 2019

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Holiday Cooking

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As the holidays approach, it’s time for home cooks to start preparation. Today on All Sides, we talk with Sam Sifton, the New York Times food editor, what dishes to prepare, preparation, new recipes and more. Guests: Sam Sifton, food editor , The New York Times Rich Terapak , WOSU food critic , Chefs in the City cohost

Nov 18 2019

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Young People And Stress

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Suicide was the leading cause of death among youth between the ages of 10 and 14 between from 2007 to 2018, according to the Ohio Department of Health. A singular cause is difficult to suss out, but most agree that stress and anxiety are contributing factors. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the stress and anxiety of youth and how to intervene and make a difference. Guests: Dr. Mark Hurst, ODH medical director Mimi Brodsky Chenfeld, author and educator Mary Fristad , psychiatry professor at Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, studies child psychology

Nov 25 2019

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Tech Tuesday: Your Health Data

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Google, and the largest U.S. nonprofit hospital network have partnered in a deal that, among other things, gives the tech giant access to patient health data. So-called Project Nightingale provides Google access to the medical records of more than 50 million people across 21 states. Google claims the deal will enhance productivity and patient safety. But others are concerned about securing the data. Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: patient health data, Black Friday deals and more. Guests: Brooks Barnes , new york times hollywood reporter Sarah Needleman , technology reporter Wall Street Journal Russell Holly , contributing editor Android Central

Nov 26 2019

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All Sides Weekend Arts and Culture: Holiday Specials

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Today on All Sides Weekend with Christopher Purdy, a preview of the holiday sounds around the city, and more. Guests : Lynda Hasseler, Director of Choral Music , Capital University Ronald Jenkins , Chorus master , Columbus Symphony Kathrin Danzmayr , Playwright , “Schubert Talk”

Nov 22 2019

43mins

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National Politics With Ken Rudin

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The Trump impeachment inquiry concluded 72 hours of hearings on Thursday. Testimony from two witnesses underscored the belief that President Donald Trump likely withheld military aid and and a White House meeting to persuade Ukraine to investigate his political rival. Today on All Sides Ken Rudin, host of Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie podcast, joins us to talk impeachment and Democratic debate politics. Guests: Ken Rudin , veteran political journalist, host of Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie podcast

Nov 22 2019

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Weekly Reporter Roundtable

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The Ohio House has approved a bill that in the spirit of free expression would extend to religious expression in assignments, prayer, artwork and clothing in public schools. Critics say the bill could require teachers to give credit for inaccurate answers that are part of a student’s religious beliefs. They say that the U.S. Constitution and state law already protect religious expression in schools. Today on the All Sides with Ann Fisher Weekly Reporter Roundtable: religious expression in Ohio’s public schools, and more.

Nov 25 2019

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Tech Tuesday: Regulating Political Advertising

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Tech giants such as Facebook and Alphabet Inc. are starting to discuss ways in which they can regulate political advertising on their websites. Still, with the 2020 presidential elections around the corner and billions of dollars going towards online advertising, universal regulations for these ads have yet to be established. Today on All Sides Tech Tuesday: regulating political advertising, and more. Guests: Emily Glazer, tech journalist, “Wall Street Journal” Russell Holly , Android central contributing editor

Dec 10 2019

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Minimum Wage In America

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The minimum wage in Ohio increases 15 cents in January, to $8.70 per hour for non-tipped workers. Six states, plus the District of Columbia, are phasing in a $15 an hour minimum.

Dec 10 2019

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All Sides Weekend: Chefs In The City

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The holidays are all about food, for eating out, for eating in, for sharing the joy of the season, and for gift giving. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher Weekend Chefs in the City: holiday food.

Dec 06 2019

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Third-Party Candidates

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Third-party candidates aren’t new. Even before the modern Democratic and Republican parties staked out their territory in the American political landscape, candidates outside the mainstream have waged challenges to the status quo. Most of the time, they lose. But they do matter. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the history and future of third-party candidates in the American political system. Guests: Paul Beck, Political Scientist , Ohio State University Barbara Perry , Gerald L. Baliles Professor and Director of Presidential Studies at the University of Virginia Miller Center David Stebenne, Professor of History and Law, Ohio State University McCray Powell , Independent socialist running for Nelsonville City Council

Dec 06 2019

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Civilian Control Of The Military

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President Trump intervened last month in three high profile war crimes cases against two U.S. soldiers and a Navy SEAL. His actions appeared to catch off guard military leadership concerned with maintaining discipline. Today on All Sides, we examine the history of relations between the president and the U.S. military.

Dec 05 2019

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Tech Tuesday: Virtual Driving

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Drivers are more likely to cause crashes in the first few months after they earn a driver’s license than at any other point as an independent driver. In Ohio last year, more than 130 people between the ages of 16-25 died in a crash. Another 17,000 were injured in crashes during that same period. Now, after a 14-month pilot project, the state is turning to virtual driving terminals to both assess new driver's ability to drive safely on their own, and gather data for training curriculums. Guests: Flaura Winston, Founder and Scientific Director of the Center for Injury Research and Prevention and Director of CChIPS at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Robin Whitten , editor and founder of AUDIOFILE magazine Russell Holly, contributing editor, Android Central

Dec 03 2019

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Election Cybersecurity In The U.S.

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Cyberattacks pose a greater than ever threat to the American election infrastructure. With the critical 2020 national election ahead, officials at the federal and state levels have taken measures to ensure that eligible voters are both able to vote and have those votes count. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: election cybersecurity. Guests : Rick Rouan , Ohio politics and government reporter, The Columbus Dispatch Jen Miller , executive director , League of Women Voters of Ohio David Becker , Executive Director and Founder , Center for Election Innovation & Research

Dec 03 2019

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Holiday Cookies In 2019

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It’s time for our annual holiday cookie show. We’ll talk about everything from gingerbread people to drop varieties to bars and sandwich cookies. Join us with your own holiday cookie stories, too. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: holiday cookies with Terri Moore of Old World Bakery in Columbus. Guests: Terri Moore , owner Old World Bakery in Columbus

Dec 02 2019

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Weekly Reporter Roundtable

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Some death-penalty opponents last week raised a red flag over a proposed state law that would ban all abortions and make whoever performs an abortion eligible for life in prison or capital punishment. Today on our Weekly Reporter Roundtable on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the proposed abortion ban and more. Guests: Jeremy Pelzer , politics reporter, cleveland.com Jo Ingles , Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau Marty Schladen , Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch

Dec 02 2019

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Holiday Cooking

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As the holidays approach, it’s time for home cooks to start preparation. Today on All Sides, we talk with Sam Sifton, the New York Times food editor, what dishes to prepare, preparation, new recipes and more. Guests: Sam Sifton, food editor , The New York Times Rich Terapak , WOSU food critic , Chefs in the City cohost

Nov 28 2019

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Protesting Infrastructure

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State lawmakers across the country are mulling model legislation intended to discourage protests at so-called critical infrastructure projects such as oil and gas pipelines. Supporters say the idea is to protect property and safety. Opponents say the idea is to stifle free speech. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the right to protest at critical infrastructure projects. Guests: Dave Thompson , News Director Prairie Public Media Jen Hensley , Sierra Club State Lobbying & Advocacy Director Greg Pace , founding member of Columbus Bill of Rights Daniel Tokaji , Associate Dean for Faculty and The Charles W. Ebersold and Florence Whitcomb Ebersold Professor of Constitutional Law

Nov 28 2019

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Wellness Wednesday: Vaping Bans

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In September, president Trump promised that a ban on flavored e-cigarettes was forthcoming. Last week, CNN reported that the president is changing course after being told that a ban on flavored vaping products could hurt his standing with his base. But the issue remains front and center among representatives on both sides. Today on Wellness Wednesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher, vaping in the U.S., and more.

Nov 27 2019

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DNA Testing and Sexual Assault

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Two Ohio lawmakers have proposed a bill that would eliminate the statute of limitations for rape cases, and close domestic violence loopholes. Bill 162 would dispose of time constraints for future sexual assault cases, but would not allow charges to be brought up in cold cases. Today on All Sides: the importance of DNA evidence, cold cases and preventing sexual assault. Guests : Rachel Lovell , Case Western University Research Assistant Professor, Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research and Education Senator Nickie Antonio, Ohio state primary sponsor of bill to extend statute of limiations on rape and end spousal exemptions Emily Gemar , OSU Campus Advocacy Coordinator for OhioHealth SARNCO

Nov 27 2019

50mins

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Tech Tuesday: Your Health Data

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Google, and the largest U.S. nonprofit hospital network have partnered in a deal that, among other things, gives the tech giant access to patient health data. So-called Project Nightingale provides Google access to the medical records of more than 50 million people across 21 states. Google claims the deal will enhance productivity and patient safety. But others are concerned about securing the data. Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: patient health data, Black Friday deals and more. Guests: Brooks Barnes , new york times hollywood reporter Sarah Needleman , technology reporter Wall Street Journal Russell Holly , contributing editor Android Central

Nov 26 2019

50mins

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Plastic Bag Bans

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Local governments across the country have enacted bans on single-use plastics, such as bags and straws and that has triggered statewide bans on such bans. In Ohio, Republican lawmakers have introduced two measures to block local governments from imposing fees, bans or other regulations of single-use plastics. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: single-use plastics, and the pros and cons of bans and fees. Guests: Anna Staver, Statehouse Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch Elissa Yoder Mann, Conservation Manager, Sierra Club Sarah Damron , chapter manager, Surfrider Foundation Kristin Mullins , President-CEO, Ohio Grocers Association

Nov 26 2019

50mins

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Young People And Stress

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Suicide was the leading cause of death among youth between the ages of 10 and 14 between from 2007 to 2018, according to the Ohio Department of Health. A singular cause is difficult to suss out, but most agree that stress and anxiety are contributing factors. Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: the stress and anxiety of youth and how to intervene and make a difference. Guests: Dr. Mark Hurst, ODH medical director Mimi Brodsky Chenfeld, author and educator Mary Fristad , psychiatry professor at Ohio State University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, studies child psychology

Nov 25 2019

49mins

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Weekly Reporter Roundtable

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The Ohio House has approved a bill that in the spirit of free expression would extend to religious expression in assignments, prayer, artwork and clothing in public schools. Critics say the bill could require teachers to give credit for inaccurate answers that are part of a student’s religious beliefs. They say that the U.S. Constitution and state law already protect religious expression in schools. Today on the All Sides with Ann Fisher Weekly Reporter Roundtable: religious expression in Ohio’s public schools, and more.

Nov 25 2019

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All Sides Weekend Arts and Culture: Holiday Specials

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Today on All Sides Weekend with Christopher Purdy, a preview of the holiday sounds around the city, and more. Guests : Lynda Hasseler, Director of Choral Music , Capital University Ronald Jenkins , Chorus master , Columbus Symphony Kathrin Danzmayr , Playwright , “Schubert Talk”

Nov 22 2019

43mins

Play

National Politics With Ken Rudin

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The Trump impeachment inquiry concluded 72 hours of hearings on Thursday. Testimony from two witnesses underscored the belief that President Donald Trump likely withheld military aid and and a White House meeting to persuade Ukraine to investigate his political rival. Today on All Sides Ken Rudin, host of Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie podcast, joins us to talk impeachment and Democratic debate politics. Guests: Ken Rudin , veteran political journalist, host of Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie podcast

Nov 22 2019

49mins

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Holiday Cooking

Podcast cover
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As the holidays approach, it’s time for home cooks to start preparation. Today on All Sides, we talk with Sam Sifton, the New York Times food editor, what dishes to prepare, preparation, new recipes and more. Guests: Sam Sifton, food editor , The New York Times Rich Terapak , WOSU food critic , Chefs in the City cohost

Nov 18 2019

50mins

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