Prof. Gerry Prokopowicz has been the host of Civil War Talk Radio on the internet for nearly all of the ten years' worth of shows. Both the show and his tenure have amazing longevity and quality. The website for the program can be found here CWTR.
The most recent show, on Nov. 5th, featured Caroline Janney, author of Remembering the Civil War: Reunion and the Limits of Reconciliation. It is a fascinating book, one that shatters some of the modern myths about the topic and introduces a level of complexity that makes the Civil War memory topic even more fascinating than it has been. This program is one of the best ever.
Near the end of the show is a fascinating colloquy about the Sesquicentennial, where Dr. P asks questions where Dr. J answers in a way that clarifies her judgment, a bit obscure in the book's ending, that the Sesquicentennial in many states has been done with an emphasis not just on perpetuating myths but on solid historicity, inclusion, and depth. And Michigan comes up ...
The program is well worth listening to on your laptop or other device. My habit is to listen via podcast in the car. The only problem there is getting so involved in the program that you might miss your turn. A good problem to have.