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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

40 Ratings
Average Ratings
36
2
0
1
1

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
Read more
Very informative. I enjoy the statehouse round up episodes the most.
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All Sides with Ann Fisher Podcast

Latest release on Aug 07, 2020

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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.

All Sides Weekend: Books

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One activity that’s been largely untouched by the pandemic is reading. It has been a soothing ritual for families, a needed connection between teachers and students, and a pleasurable escape in trying times.

Aug 07 2020

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Coronavirus Testing Accuracy And Accessibility

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Gov. Mike DeWine tested both positive and negative for the coronavirus just hours apart Thursday. An initial rapid test was administered by the White House ahead of a planned meeting between DeWine and President Trump. A second, more sensitive test hours later showed no trace of the virus.

Aug 07 2020

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Nuclear Disarmament

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It’s been 75 years since the U.S. detonated atomic bombs over Japan. It remains the only use of nuclear weapons in armed conflict, but countries around the world have spent the last seven decades building their capacity, with an estimated combined total of nearly 14,000 warheads.

Aug 06 2020

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'Dark Waters' And The Battle Against DuPont

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This episode originally aired on December 16, 2019. Teflon was discovered in 1938 as part of the Manhattan Project. 50 years later, it was a household trademark name of the non-stick, water-resistant coating for pots and pans.

Aug 06 2020

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The Ohio Prison Fire

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This episode originally aired on December 5, 2019. On Easter Monday in 1930, a fire trapped hundreds of inmates in the aging Ohio Penitentiary just minutes after they returned to their cells after a holiday supper. What remains the deadliest prison fire in American history claimed the lives of 320 men who hailed from every corner of the country and beyond.

Aug 05 2020

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Life In A Cleveland Steel Mill

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This episode originally aired on March 9, 2020. Eliese Goldbach never dreamt that the ArcelorMittal steel mill she passed often as a child growing up in Cleveland would one day be her workplace.

Aug 04 2020

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Colleges Adapt Plans To Resume Classes Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

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With coronavirus cases hovering at near-record highs, a growing number of Ohio colleges and universities are rethinking on-campus plans for the fall. Miami University has reversed its decision for an on-campus start, opting for online only. Ohio University is taking a phased-in approach.

Aug 04 2020

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Astronaut Kathryn Sullivan And The Hubble Space Telescope

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This episode originally aired on January 2, 2020. When it was launched 30 years ago, the Hubble Space Telescope was set to revolutionize our understanding of the universe.

Aug 03 2020

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Weekly Reporter Roundtable

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Rep. Bob Cupp was sworn in Thursday as Ohio’s third Speaker of the House in two years. He replaces Larry Householder, who was unanimously stripped of his leadership position following his indictment in a federal racketeering case.

Aug 03 2020

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Pandemic Ethics

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This episode originally aired on June 17, 2020. The pandemic has heightened a host of ethical dilemmas, from medical decisions about which patient to save to social quandaries about mask-wearing etiquette. As far back as the 14th century, people living through plagues and pandemics have sorted through modern versions of the same essential questions.

Jul 31 2020

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Power Of Epidemics To Change History

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This episode originally aired on May 19, 2020. From the plague to the present day coronavirus pandemic, disease outbreaks have shaped everything in society from politics to personal relationships. Yale medical historian Frank Snowden explores this theme in his recent book, Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present.

Jul 30 2020

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How Dark Money Is Reshaping Politics

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Hundreds of millions of dollars in so-called “dark money” have flowed into 2020 election coffers at all levels of government -- with both parties taking advantage of legal means to conceal who’s donating to them. In Ohio, federal investigators last week alleged undisclosed contributions funneled through a 501(c) 4 nonprofit was the lynchpin in a $61 million dollar bribery case brought against Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and four others.

Jul 30 2020

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Understanding COVID-19 Statistics

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The plethora of statistics used to quantify the coronavirus pandemic can overwhelm anyone. Experts track cases, hospitalizations, deaths, positivity rates and R-naughts, but it is hard figure out which ones give us the best idea of how we’re doing fighting the virus. At the same time, many experts say that we are undercounting the number of cases and number of deaths, removing what little certainty existed.

Jul 29 2020

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Journalist Jerry Mitchell's Investigation Of Civil Rights Era Murders

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This episode originally aired on June 18, 2020. In the summer of 1964 more than 20 members of the Ku Klux Klan murdered three civil rights workers in a tragic episode of racial injustice that would become known as the “Mississippi Burning” case. The identities of the killers, which included a sheriff’s deputy, were an open secret, but charges were never brought until newspaper journalist Jerry Mitchell started to work on it.

Jul 29 2020

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Women Of Color In The Suffrage Movement

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This episode originally aired on February 24, 2020. The history books are full of stories about the women who marched arm-in-arm to win the right to vote. Most of the heroes of the day were white women of means.

Jul 28 2020

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Adolescent Mental Health Issues Magnified By COVID-19

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This episode originally aired on July 15, 2020. Nearly one in five adolescents has a diagnosable mental health disorder, and nearly one-third of them show signs of depression.

Jul 28 2020

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How To Reopen Schools

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This episode originally aired on July 23, 2020. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced in early July guidelines for local school districts to reopen buildings this fall. But returning to school has parents and teachers worried, and the rise in COVID-19 infections is causing schools across the state to re-think plans for reopening.

Jul 27 2020

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Weekly Reporter Roundtable

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A statewide mask mandate goes into effect as Ohio’s number of COVID-19 cases surge. Meanwhile, Gov. Mike DeWine and state lawmakers juggle the aftershocks of what the U.S. attorney has described as the biggest public corruption case in the history of Ohio.

Jul 27 2020

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COVID-19 Vaccine Trials In Black Populations

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This episode originally aired on July 14, 2020. The history of medical experimentation and the Black community is fraught with exploitation and abuse. But with the COVID-19 virus infecting and killing Black patients at disproportionately high rates, many experts in the medical field are calling for their inclusion in the first vaccine trials.

Jul 24 2020

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Whitewashing History

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This episode originally aired on July 21, 2020. The truth about the once legal enslavement of humans in the U.S and the concurrent racism then that persists today is fraught with the worst kinds of violence and inhumanity. How that history is taught in schools and how educators have at times soft-pedaled misery and injustice has come to the fore in the era of Black Lives Matter.

Jul 24 2020

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iTunes Ratings

40 Ratings
Average Ratings
36
2
0
1
1

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
Read more
Very informative. I enjoy the statehouse round up episodes the most.