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The Gazette Iowa Hawkeyes
The top-rated Hawkeye podcast covers the Hawkeyes in depth whether they’re rated or not. The Gazette’s John Steppe and guests do weekly deep dives on the games, preview upcoming opponents and answer listeners’ questions. Whether you’re a football junkie, a casual fan or fascinated by the inner workings of Hawkeye sports, this is the podcast for you. Part of The Gazette’s On Iowa network. Use the hashtag #oniowapod on Twitter to join the conversation.
The Gazette Government & Politics
On Iowa Politics is a weekly news and analysis podcast that aims to re-create the kinds of conversations that happen when you get political reporters from across Iowa together after the day’s deadlines have been met. Tackling anything from local to state to national, On Iowa Politics is your weekly dose of analysis and insight into the issues affecting Iowa.
The Gazette Iowa Prep Sports
No matter what sport is in season, the Iowa Prep Sports podcast network has you covered. The Gazette’s Jeff Linder, Jeff Johnson and K.J. Pilcher have been covering prep sports in Eastern Iowa for decades and bring their wealth of expertise to podcast form. From a weekly predictions show during football season to trending topics and teams to watching during basketball season, you’ll always be in the loop. It’s not just state tournament time, either. We start things up in August and continue all school year.
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On this week’s edition of the On Iowa Politics podcast: Sens. Ernst and Grassley’s insulin votes, Iowa Republicans’ mixed messaging on law enforcement, and Gov. Reynolds puts the so-called fetal heartbeat bill back in the courts.
Hawkeye Nation's Rob Howe joins The Gazette’s John Steppe on the Hawk Off The Press podcast to discuss the key Iowa football players and position groups to watch during Saturday’s Kids Day open practice.
On this week’s edition of the On Iowa Politics podcast: U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst splits her votes on legislation providing health care for veterans harmed by serving near burn pits, Iowa Democrats’ first-in-the-nation status gets a stay of execution, and a consequential — and perhaps predictive — vote on abortion in Kansas.
Iowa running backs coach Ladell Betts is the guest on this episode of Hawk Off The Press with The Gazette's John Steppe.
On this week’s edition of the On Iowa Politics podcast: The Kim Reynolds Court, a career Iowa Republican Congressman endorses Democrats, a close AG campaign, and Todd tells Iowa Democrats to show him the money.