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Mental Health with Carly Turner We are back from our brief hiatus to talk about mental health with Carly Turner! You might be thinking, "huh, Chris and Lenny don't really seem qualified to talk about mental health" and you're right. That's why we brought Carly in, she has her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Villanova University.Make sure to follow Stupid Town on Instagram to stay up to date on the podcast nobody asked for!
34 the movie I'd love you to watch Black mothers in the Bronx are still 12 times more likely to die in childbirth than white women
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Olivia Newton-John – In Rehearsal – 1978 – Past Daily Tribute Edition (September 26, 1948-August 8, 2022) Olivia Newton John (1948-2022) – Injecting wholesome and honest into the highly haywire 70s. (Photo: Getty Images)
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Olivia Newton-John, who passed away today at 73, in rehearsal from 1978 for her TV Special Olivia!.
Stepping out of character tonight – this is not my usual musical fare, and I confess to not paying all that much attention to the mainstream side of music in the 1970s where Olivia Newton-John firmly established her career as a singer, icon and entertainer.
But I will say she was without equal during the 70s in the area of consistent hits and had a massive fan base all over the world. Just because you disagree with a certain genre of music doesn’t mean it’s bad or even to be dismissed. Olivia Newton-John was great, and I was privileged to meet her a few times, since she was managed by the same team (Steve Binder-Robbie Porter) who also handled several Australian bands I was writing about at the time, and had just been signed to Capitol. She was a lovely person who was charming, gracious and every inch a professional who was destined to make it very big – you could tell, it was a vibe. She also had no pretense, no attitude – she was an icon who was also a worker – those are the best kind.
But it wasn’t music that moved me and so I let others who were more plugged into that world to review the albums and the concerts – they would certainly do her work proud. And they did.
This short set was a rehearsal for the ABC-TV Special Olivia! which aired in 1978. She was joined by Abba and Andy Gibb and they’ve been deleted from this post because the focus is on her and her artistry.
This is a rehearsal. In other hands it could have been glossed over and run through with little or no energy. Not with Olivia Newton-John – giving 100% even when it’s not completely required is a sign of commitment and love of the music.
And even if you weren’t a fan, or even knew who she was – it might be a good idea to just sit for the next seven or so minutes and take it in – no judgement – no impatience. It’s the heart of the matter that counts and hers was great.
She shall be missed.
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Wondery Presents: Fed Up When Emily Gellis hears rumors of people suffering horrible side effects from a trendy diet she springs into action. Armed with over a hundred thousand Instagram followers, Emily launches a social media crusade to expose F-Factor and its founder, Tanya Zuckerbrot. It’s the start of a feud that will attract trolls, lawyers, and, eventually, national media all because of fiber. From Wondery, this is a story about wealth, wellness, and influence hosted by Casey Wilson.Listen to Fed Up: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Rumor Mill with Bekah Martinez Dean and Jared connect with Bekah Martinez (Arie's season) and we get an update on her life as a mom! She clears up some rumors about becoming a foster parent, but that doesn’t mean she’s done having kids! Get the real truth about Bekah’s plans for the future. She takes a look back at her time on The Bachelor and shares a hard truth about why she felt like she had to fight everybody. And Bekah gets real about how her relationship changed during her pregnancy and why she and her boyfriend almost called it quits.See for privacy information.
How do the Body and Subconscious Mind Merge? Pa'Ris'Ha and her international panel of cohosts discuss ways to move into the subconscious state from chapters 9-10 of "Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself," by Dr. Joe Dispenza.

The co-hosts share their experiences of how to relax the body and allow the mind to enter the subconscious while exploring the author's techniques. Listen in and learn how to open the door to your creative state.

Join Pa'Ris'Ha and her co-hosts Marianne Love, Melbourne AUS; Rosemarie Heyer, Frankfurt, Germany; Joyce Mollenhauer, Kingman AZ; Tryna Cooper, Denver CO; Maria Jacques, Miami Fl and Geraldene Dalby-Ball, Sydney AUS
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Episode 163: Leonard Stone with "Faith vs Feelings" - 31 July 2022 If we allow our feelings and emotions to guide us, our lives will be up and down...up today and down tomorrow. In today's message, we look at how living by faith can have a stabilizing effect on our lives.
Episode 164: Leonard Stone with "Mountain Moving Faith" ~ 7 August 2022 God has given us authority over our lives and we hold the key to releasing heaven's power by the words of our mouths. Lets speak life to our mountains and watch them move!
Episode 21: This is War In this episode, Michael and Bryce begin to discuss the topic of spiritual warfare.  This is an introduction to what will be a multi part series on the topic, and it will focus on how we should approach spiritual warfare as men.
Straight Fire w/ Jason McIntyre - Dodgers Still Run the NL West + College Football analyst Phil Steele On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a quick thought on the Los Angeles Dodgers' weekend sweep of the San Diego Padres. When San Diego acquired Juan Soto at the trade deadline, the running narrative was that the Pads were at least on par with the Dodgers; the lie detector determined that was a line. The NL West - and the the National League as a whole - still runs through Los Angeles. Later, publisher of Phil Steele’s College Football Preview magazine and college football analyst Phil Steele swings by to discuss why he believes Alabama and Ohio State should be viewed as heavy favorites to make the College Football Playoff, why he views Utah as a dark horse national championship contender, why we can expect Michigan State to be the top-10 team that takes the biggest step back in 2022, how the transfer portal has re-shaped teams like Alabama and USC, why Oklahoma’s Dillon Gabriel and Alabama’s Will Anderson are two long-shot Heisman candidates that could pay off big, and much more!
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On this edition of the WBGO Journal, we learn about the tradition of cantorial music from WBGO's Jon Kalish, film critic Harlan Jacobson reviews Jordan Peele's NOPE and host Doug Doyle chats with the big names in the American Cornhole League On this July 30 edition of the WBGO Journal, we learn about the tradition of cantorial music from WBGO's Jon Kalish, film critic Harlan Jacobson reviews Jordan Peele's NOPE and host Doug Doyle chats with the big names in the American Cornhole League
On this edition of the WBGO Journal, we get an update on the Portal North Bridge project, a discovery in South Jersey that reveals new information about the Revolutionary War and an award-winning chat with documentarian Ken Burns On this August 6 edition of the WBGO Journal, we get an update on the Portal North Bridge project, a discovery in South Jersey that reveals new information about the Revolutionary War and an award-winning chat with documentarian Ken Burns
Ep.19 "Sad enough to say that alone I could barely light a match But together we can burn this place down" Song: “Heroes Get Remembered, Legends Never Die” by Four Years Strong
This is our first interview episode to make it to air! In this episode, Diz and Al talk with Amy-Marie Merrell, the Executive Director of The Cupcake Girls
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Cap'n Marion's Summer Postcard 2022 Avast, ye landlubbing listeners!It be I, Cap'n Marion, sendin’ ye a piratey postcard direct from the deck of the Burn Voyage! Are ye havin' a swashbucklin’ summer? I surely be! For I be spendin' me summer tellin’ me friends—and even me enemies!—"I love you!" And how does a scurvy sailor such as myself say "I love you"? Why, with compliments, o' course! Just this mornin' I told one o' the Fire Pirates that his hook glittered like a dolphin in the sun. And I told me adoptive mother that her laugh makes me happier than a treasure chest full o' gold!How do ye say "I love you"? Let me know! Put yer message in a bottle and send it to, and I'll make sure that Scotty rewards each and every one of ye beautiful buccaneers with a sticker!Well mateys, keep yer sails to the wind and yer booty off the barnacles, and I’ll see you soon back at The Imagine Neighborhood!PS: If ye be sailin’ near Madison, Wisconsin on August 18th, drop anchor at the Alicia Ashman Library where they be hostin’ a kids’ podcast listenin’ pARRRty all about The Imagine Neighborhood!PPS: AYE love you!!
34. Judgey friends and family The girls debrief on the pros and cons of living abroad, friends making the effort when you do move away and living between two places.They also discuss the pressures of having babies once your married, those questions that everyone hates being asked and the judgement from others about enjoying/not enjoying pregnancy! They chat about the grossest thing you listeners have ever witnessed on public transport (prepare to retch) and of course end with two dilemmas from you guys! We want to hear from you! What do you think of what the girls discussed this week? Have you a dilemma of your own you want to share?Voice note or send us a message to or DM us on Instagram @whatwedontpostpodcast  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
33. He was picking his ear hairs on the tube 🤢 The girls discuss gross public transport habits, love island debrief, Tiff has quit caffeine and Nicola is adding a house renovation to her plate. We want to hear from you! What do you think of what the girls discussed this week? Have you a dilemma of your own you want to share?Voicenote or send us a message to or DM us on Instagram @whatwedontpostpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Hour 3 - NFL Camps, Ross Tucker Dan takes a look at the relevant stories coming out of NFL training camps, and former NFL OL, Ross Tucker stops by to talk about his experience at the NFL Hall of Fame induction ceremony over the weekend.See for privacy information.
Hour 2 - Deshaun Watson Update, Anthony Munoz Dan updates us on the appeal of Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson's suspension appeal by the NFL. And NFL Hall of Fame OL, Anthony Munoz drops by to talk about life in the trenches.See for privacy information.
Hour 1 - Carson Wentz Accuracy Issues, Matt Stafford's Elbow Dan addresses reports that Carson Wentz is already struggling with the Commanders, and wonders how bad is the injury to Ram's QB Matt Stafford's elbow.See for privacy information.
The Best of The Dan Patrick Show On Today's Dan Patrick Show, DP discusses the Commanders QB Carson Wentz and what his career would've looked like had he not torn his ACL in 2017. HOF NFL Offensive Lineman Anthony Munoz joins us and shares what his strategy would be against Aaron Donald. And Ross Tucker recaps some of his favorite highlights from being at Hall of Fame week. See for privacy information.
Why I Hate Religion (and Love David Carradine More Than Jesus) 🇺🇸 I go off on the worst human inventions ever A special RANT Episode of Scott Dikkers Around 💡 TOPICS IN THIS VIDEO 💡 • Why the Original Kung Fu TV Show is Better Than Church • Religious Freaks in the Highest Seats of Power  • The Harnesses We’ll Have to Wear in the Coming Christian Theocracy • How People Get Their Religious Beliefs • The Truth About Christian Missionaries • The Great Things About Satanism • Why Do You Need Religion? • The Nightmare of the Afterlife • The Sweet Release of Death • You Are Being Pathetic, and Here’s Why • How a New Religion is Born • The Simple Thing that Would Make Religion Harmless • The Definition of a Sheeple • How You Can Take Charge of Your Religious Beliefs • How to Have Fun with Your Religion • The Simple Thing that Would Make the World a Better Place EPISODE 22 CREDITS: head writer: Dandelion Benson writers: John Amir, TJ Dawe, Greg Tuculescu, David Calkins photos: Tim Stotz 🚶FOLLOW ME 🚶 TikTok: Instagram Facebook Twitter
3 and Out Weekend Mailbag John answers listener questions and empties out the Middlekauff Mailbag.
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Center for the Arts: 2023 Season Announced, CSA Classes & Savannah Sipping Society Opens Aug 19th Bryan Barrett talks to Patience Long with the Center for the Arts. She unveils the 2023 season schedule, talks about CSA classes and Savannah Sipping Society opens August 19th
The Middle of Culture #15 - Post-Apocalyptic Fiction War. War never changes. And neither does the world after an apocalypse! Or at least that is how it appears in much of post-apocalyptic fiction. That's on the docket this week, after a (what was going to be) brief recap of some recent Marvel Studios topics. First, we talk about *Thor Love and Thunder*, some final thoughts on the recently wrapped up *Ms. Marvel*, and finish out our Marvel talk with reactions to the *Black Panther: Wakanda Forever* trailer. Eden then takes us through the post-apocalypse, framed through the *Fallout* games, as we discuss fiction after the end of the world.
Episode 16: Born in the ARZ (Part 1) In this episode we cover a few celebrities and a few fictional character's born in  Arizona.
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Ep 24 Becky, a true action woman ‘Living with Ovarian Cancer Podcast’ is full of inspiring stories told by people who are living with or have a connection with Ovarian Cancer.
Each person’s story is a gift; unique and is told from the heart in their own words. I am your host, Diane Evans-Wood. Please subscribe to the Podcast and leave a review so that the show becomes more visible to listeners.
In this episode I talk to Becky Gray who is a Wife. Mum, Physio, and all-round action woman. Becky tells me about her symptoms before being diagnosed with High Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer diagnosis and the subsequent chemotherapy and surgery that followed. Becky’s diagnosis caused a relapse in her mental health which she has endured for most of her life. Since recording the Podcast Becky has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder which has been very hard for her and her family to cope with.
Becky was trying to remember a song for her signature tune. It was Elbow, “One day like this”.
As this episode is released, Becky has been diagnosed with a recurrence of Ovarian Cancer, so on behalf of us all I wish her the very best outcome as she faces further treatment.
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Facebook page is Becky Gray (Gilliam)
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Disclaimer: Each story in this Podcast is unique to the woman who is telling it. The content of each episode and the views expressed are not meant to be a substitute for medical advice or intervention. You will hear stories of women who sought alternative therapies, integrated oncology services or even choosing to decline treatment options. However, this is their story, and I am not advocating that you follow the path of any one woman who features in the podcast. If you have a diagnosis of Ovarian Cancer, please make sure that you discuss anything that is going to affect your treatment or wellbeing with your own Medical team. You are unique and so what’s right for one woman may not be right for you!
How Hard Does Phil Collins Go On the Tarzan Soundtrack (1999)? w/ Tara Giancaspro aka Sweaty Lamarr Tara Giancaspro aka Sweaty Lamarr is our guest for this Phil Collins-centric episode on the 1999 Kevin Lima and Chris Buck directed animated film, Tarzan. She also just released her album, A Little Bit Cuntry, A Little Bit Rock and Roll. (link to her Bandcamp below)Phil Collins wrote all the original songs for this film and he recorded the songs in over 5 different languages. He also won an Oscar for the single, "You'll Be in My Heart" and the soundtrack has sold over 2 million copies. Tara talks with Ryan and Nicole about her fondness for the soundtrack opposed to her ambivalent feelings towards the film and they break down both. They also talk about the other ultra famous stars that Disney employed during the decade (Elton John, Sting, All4One?) for their animated films.They also chat about their favorite songs from classic Disney films and Tara asks Ryan and Nicole to choose the Disney princess that they identify with, and a whole lot more!For More Information about Tara (Sweaty Lamarr):Website: out the Newsly app!For a free 1 month premium subscription, sign up with the promo code: SNDCASThttps://www.newsly.meIf you'd like to support Soundtrack Your Life, we have a Patreon, where you'll get bonus episodes and more!
Female Pirates Yo ho ho, a pirate’s life for me - but what is a pirate’s life, and what was it like for women?This is the story of Anne Bonny and Mary Read, a pair of reputably vicious pirates, and their journeys onto and across the seas.With the help of Julie Walker, author of 'Bonny & Read', find out whether Bonny and Read's fellow crew mates knew that they were women, their reasons for being there, and what life was actually like for them.*WARNING this episode contains naughty words and adult themes*Produced by Charlotte Long and Sophie Gee. Mixed by Matthew Peaty.Betwixt the Sheets: The History of Sex, Scandal & Society. A podcast by History Hit. See for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 35: God Alone Is The Source of All Comfort [Luke 16] Luke 16:19 “There was a rich man who was dressed in purple and fine linen and lived in luxury every day. 20 At his gate was laid a beggar named Lazarus, covered with sores 21 and longing to eat what fell from the rich man’s table. Even the dogs came and licked his sores. 22 “The time came when the beggar died and the angels carried him to Abraham’s side. The rich man also died and was buried. 23 In Hades, where he was in torment, he looked up and saw Abraham far away, with Lazarus by his side. 24 So he called to him, ‘Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.’ 25 “But Abraham replied, ‘Son, remember that in your lifetime you received your good things, while Lazarus received bad things, but now he is comforted here and you are in agony. 26 And besides all this, between us and you a great chasm has been set in place, so that those who want to go from here to you cannot, nor can anyone cross over from there to us.’ 27 “He answered, ‘Then I beg you, father, send Lazarus to my family, 28 for I have five brothers. Let him warn them, so that they will not also come to this place of torment.’ 29 “Abraham replied, ‘They have Moses and the Prophets; let them listen to them.’ 30 “ ‘No, father Abraham,’ he said, ‘but if someone from the dead goes to them, they will repent.’ 31 “He said to him, ‘If they do not listen to Moses and the Prophets, they will not be convinced even if someone rises from the dead.’ ”
187 - Life Lessons From the Bike Trail Kyle just finished a crazy cycling adventure in the backwoods of Montana and Idaho.  12 days in, Kyle called Sean with some insights from the journey which we can all apply to our lives every day.  Sean's analysis may hit home with you.
Episode 4: Port Vale We chat about wearing flip flops to football and having the confidence to wave big flags. Thanks for listening! You can follow us on @mynewfootieclub and on instagram @mynewfootballclubAnd if you'd like extra stuff from us....every week, sign up to our See for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 33 - So Good We Named It- LIVE! In our first ever LIVE episode! (Recorded via Twitter Spaces which like with China made us learn the hard way that it’s not always the best for consistent & clear audio recording)
We’re joined by several of our past co-hosts & friends of the show including Goldencon contest winners, Lauren from Enough Wicker, Chris from Golden Girls Posters, 2 of the GoldenGaysNYC & more!
Get our take son hot button issues such as which of the characters would have stormed the capitol on Jan 6th as well as a heated debate about Blanche & her sister Virginia!
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Spencer Neal at Comedy Zone #55 ReUpload!  All the way from Atlanta Georgia, touring with the Legendary EarthQuake, Spencer Neal is one of the new faces you need to know! Enjoy the episode! @iamspencerneal @maybebobby BIG Announcement: I will be hosting a weekly open mic at Comedy Zone Jacksonville in the Lobby Bar starting May 25th 7PM ! Its a free show please come out and support live comedy! The Writer's Block Podcast: Proud Partner of The Comedy Zone Jacksonville writers block podcast brilliant idiots
KCR News: 6th August 2022 Get your local news fix with Kiama Community Radio.Join our host Brian Warren to hear what’s been happening in your local area in the past week.  The news is compiled by Brain Warren and Mark Whalan. Got a news tip for us? Send it through to
The South Coast Kook: Sarah & Brett Gibson Kiama Community Radio is proud to present The South Coast Kook, a podcast by Mat King focusing on the people he meets through his passion for surfing. Today Mat talks to Ian, Terry and Brian from the Disabled Surfers Association of Australia, a charity that organises for people with all sorts of disabilities to go surfing.
Sports Update: 8th August 2022 Get your local Sports fix every Monday with Kiama Community Radio.Join our host Glenn Shepherd to find out what’s been happening in local community based sport in the past week. Want to be involved? Email Glenn at
Vision: ”State of the Church” Jesus has a vision to change the world one life at a time as His followers make more and better disciples of Him. But how do we do that? This series unpacks several Biblical principles (our core values) that result in more & better disciples. These values change lives that will change the world.
Speaker: Tim Sullivan
Knight Talk 08-06-2022 A weekly program concerning the Knights of Columbus and the work they do in the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pa.
Candid Catholic Convos 08-07-2022 Mental Health A weekly program produced by the Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pa.
The week's show topic:  Mental Health.
St. Ann Festival Special Joe Nebistinsky, Joe Aponick, and Marie Nester discuss the upcoming Slavic-American Festival at St. Ann Byzantine Church, Harrisburg on Saturday, August 27, 2022.
Episode 16 | “I GOT CHA OPIN (RMX)” Review and backstory to the classic Black Moon single, I Got Cha Opin (Remix).
S3 - Ep. 34 - Alice Wetterlund Chris and Karen welcome comedian and actor Alice Wetterlund to chat teaching Canadians about baseball, wearing Renaissance Faire clothes to the mall and more!Follow Alice Wetterlund - Follow DYNAR: Buy Merch! Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Bioinformatics and Coding: where science and tech meet! In this episode, Povilas will be talking about his coding journey that led him to his current career, while touching on why coding is important as start in science, how a programming career in science actually looks like as opposed to big tech, as well as details about data analytics and its uses.
24: Climate Change: Why Top Investors Are Paying Attention (and You Should Too) Climate change and real estate. Most people would say that they’re related, but not in a substantial way. We all know that homes can flood, catch fire, or be blown away from a tornado, but how many real estate investors are looking at the climate risk data before making a real estate-related decision? Institutional investors have been using climate change data to make educated decisions for decades, so why aren’t we doing the same?Cal Inman, lecturer at UC Berkeley and principal over at ClimateCheck, saw that real estate developers were regularly looking at climate data to make decisions. As a small landlord himself, he struggled to find this same type of data for his residential properties. As fire and flooding became more prevalent throughout the United States, Cal knew that this data was imperative for homeowners, not just large-scale investment firms. Now, thanks to ClimateCheck, homeowners, buyers, and sellers can look at the climate change-related risk before they put any money into a property. Cal also shares why and where climate risk is rising, the safer parts of the US to invest in, and how different regions of the country are preparing for more elevated climate-caused catastrophes. If you’re investing on the coasts, in the plains, or anywhere in between, the data could completely change your investing strategy. In This Episode We CoverHow real estate developers use climate data to make better investing decisions Whether or not climate risk is rising and in which markets is it impacting the mostWhy coastal investors especially need to be specific about where they decide to buy What small investors can do to mitigate the risk of losing their properties to climate emergencies The impact climate change will have on US migration and renting/buying trends And So Much More!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets AgentJoin BiggerPockets for FREEOn The MarketJoin the Future of Real Estate Investing with FundriseConnect with Other Investors in the “On The Market” ForumsSubscribe to The “On The Market” YouTube ChannelFind an Investor Friendly Agent in Your AreaDave’s BiggerPockets ProfileDave’s InstagramCheck Your Home’s Climate Related Risk with ClimateCheckRedfin and ClimateCheck’s Guide to Climate Data<a href="
How Are You Feeling? Hi, how are you today? Things going well? Feeling okay? Well we are, finally, and Eric wants to know how everyone's been what everyone's been doing the past several weeks. Emotion, passion, feelings. TIME TO EXPRESS THEM ALL!
Power Rangers: The Movie (1995) Our Cast and Writer/Showrunner Commentary The majority of the equivalent cast and I sit down to watch the original 1995 movie. We talk what worked, what didn't (the CGI!) and what I took from it to put into our version. A bit of holiday fun as we head towards the end of Season 2 and the start of Season 3!
Episode 1: Season 3, Episode 1: Ninja Quest The Rangers rush to space in search of someone to fix their powers, meanwhile Rita and Zedd continue their assault on Earth.
Episode 2: Flash Forward Tommy begins having visions of what may be his future.
Episode 383: Americano!! Youngs Tef passes through this week. We heavily debate comments from Central Cee, discuss working with family, the state of UK Rap and whether or not you should discuss how much you are getting paid with the people you work with.Benjart is the sponsor: www.Benjart.comChuckiePoetYoungs Tef
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Hangin' with the Boys: Give Them A Chance? Should the Cowboys just stick with the young guys at wide receiver? Or should they be out searching for a veteran? Is it time to hit the panic button already? Plus, who’s looking good on that offensive line? The ’boys are getting fired up as the opinions fly fast and furious. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Hangin' with the Boys: Showing Some Love It’s time to spotlight a few guys who might deserve it, although they may not be on the offensive line. Is there concern about the protection Dak will get? Plus, how is Anthony Barr going to help the linebackers? Nate calls in and Jesse’s got camp eyes as we enter Week Three of training camp. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Wednesday Evening Message: Psalm 147 Come study God's Word with us! Pastor Bruce MacLean continues a study in Psalms. We invite you to connect with us each week. For the full series plus more messages and resources, please visit
Sunday Message: The Lord's Table Come study God's Word with us as Pastor Tom Mason gives a special message. We invite you to connect with
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Episode 164: Kathryn Hart: Love, Grief, Transformation Threshold Contemporary female artist Kathryn Hart returns to the podcast in an in-depth conversation exploring her multi-media works through the lens of love, grief and transformation threshold. Hart's evocative works are an extension of a very present love story between herself and recently deceased husband Dennis. Join me into the poetic beauty of Hart's sculptures, photographs and monoprints. .Kathryn Hart website: Gallery: Episode 99: Kathryn Hart: "What Pulses Beneath the Skin" more content on women artists, art talks and tours: www.beyondthepaint.netCover Image: Kathryn Hart: "Gilded," monoprint
Fan Outdoors: Ron Hustavet, Stan Tekiela, Tackle Terry, Doug The Plug The captain is back in the cabin with Bob in studio, Ron Hustavet talks Game Fair, Stan Tekiela talks all things nature including bird drumming, bats, and Loon migration, Tackle Terry gives more fishing tips, and Doug the Plug talks about an outdoorsman superhero.
In The Zone: NBA News and Notes, NFL Training Camp Storylines The FAN's Dave Sinykin and Trent Tucker are in to talk about the NBA and the latest happenings around the league including some contract tampering, and they talk all things NFL including some Vikings and Packers.
Saturdays with Sauce: Sauce’s Pants, Football Countdown Sauce is in studio with Nordo, they chat about Sauce’s NYC experience, and they chat plenty of Vikings and NFL as they countdown the days until football is back.
Sunday Sermons: What If Fantasy Football Didn’t Exist? Dan is back giving the sermons, he asks the question what if Fantasy Football didn’t exist, gets to the Twins and Vikings, and gives a crash course on psychedelic drugs.
The Cake Show: Pat Micheletti, Daniel House The FAN's Justin Gaard is live in studio to talk about the the Twins and their puzzling lineup decisions in relation to The Captain, Daniel House joins to talk Gophers Football, and Pat Micheletti joins to talk college hockey, Kaprizov, and county parades.
HR. 3 - But, Will Ben Know? - The Power Trip Marney ponders how much slotting Hawk can get done while in Vegas with the Vikings, Ben Leber goes In The Box with Sauce asking the questions, Cory has Headlines
HR. 2 - Only The Hits - The Power Trip Ben Leber recaps his vacation which included him seeing Dave Matthews for a second time, Marney shares her review of the Kenny Chesney cross, Halvy has the news which leads to a River Phoenix and Jason Bateman discussion
HR. 1 - Paradox of Motion - The Power Trip While Hawk steps away to Sturgis, Meatsauce returns after a week off and shares an incredible story from his flight to New York
#92Noon! 11a Hour 8/8 - Lavelle/Vikings Lavelle joins for a segment on the Twins and other topics, then it's all about copying plays in a copycat league and a take break to finish!
#92Noon! 9a Hour 8/8 - Vikes Bites & BMac! Vikes Bites and talkers early on to start the show, followed by an appearance by former Vikings LT Bryant McKinnie! He, along with former Bears DT Tommie Harris, are promoting their work with the NFL Players Choir which will be seen performing on America's Got Talent tomorrow night.
Reunited With Rosen! Common Man Progrum HOUR 3 Common Man Progrum HOUR 3

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Top 5, Mayo Clinic Big Knocker Bill Morice - Bumper to Bumper 8/8/22 Hour Three Dan and Gaardsy review the Top 5 including one tepid outlook for the Wolves and one bullish outlook on the Vikings before Mayo Clinic Big Knocker Bill Morice joins to give an update on Monkeypox and where we are with Covid.
Jonny Athletic, MOA Update - Bumper to Bumper 8/8/22 Hour Two Jonny Athletic makes his weekly appearance on the show and discusses old time Vikings football before bringing it to current day with the Purple and the Twins. Dan also relays some of the new information coming from authorities in the Mall of America shooting from last week.
Best Twins Loss of the Season - Bumper to Bumper 8/8/22 Hour One Dan Barreiro opens the show explaining why he thinks Sundays loss to Toronto was the best Twins loss of the season and what he believes Rocco Baldelli gained from his meltdown on the umpires.
#92Noon! 10a Hour 8/8 - Arif Hasan The Athletic's Arif Hasan is in studio for most of the middle hour on Vikings takes/talkers!
REMASTERED – Episode 34: All the Lovely Ladies We return to Transylvania, and the reign of the Bloody Countess herself, Elizabeth Bathory. This remastered classic episode features fresh narration and production, along with a brand new bonus story at the end.
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Episode 204: Alluring One of the most common types of folklore pops up all over the globe, and has left a trail of questions and theories that stretches back centuries. Let’s shine a light on this terrifying mystery today.
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Dr. Craig McCabe focusing eyes and common eye issues WGNS' Scott Walker talks with eye doctor and surgeon Craig McCabe, MD. From eye surgery and things that can be done to help you see better, botox to help headaches to allergie
The Great Radio Documentaries: “Who Killed Michael Farmer”? – Edward R. Murrow – April 21, 1958 – A sick society – even in the 1950s.
– CBS Radio – Who Killed Michael Farmer? – April 21, 1958 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection –
Continuing our month of milestone Radio Documentaries, this one from CBS Radio narrated by the legendary Edward R. Murrow and produced by Unit 1, the radio documentary wing of CBS Radio in April of 1958.
In the 1950s, the problem of youthful violence had sky-rocketed to epidemic proportions. Gang violence and random killings among teenagers was a relatively new phenomenon. Many thought it had something to do with Rock n&#8217; Roll, and the slowly eroding attitudes toward sex.
But there was concern we were slipping into a state of perpetual violence in America, brought largely on by  increasing portrayals of murder, mayhem and gore on TV and movies – and everything down to Comic Books. Many pointed the finger at Media for the breakdown of traditional values of home life.
There was also the nearly constant looming fear of atomic annihilation and the Cold War, we were a nervous and agitated society and things were just falling apart.
Whatever the cause was, the effect was much nervous hand-wringing and plaintive cries of &#8220;where did we go wrong?&#8221; Something had to be done. Well . . . .
As a way of focusing on the problem, a number of hours of TV and Radio time were devoted to exploring the problem, in the hopes of some answer, some solution to a situation rapidly spiraling out of control.
One of those programs was a Documentary produced by the venerable CBS Radio News and narrated by the legendary Edward R. Murrow. The Documentary &#8220;Who Killed Michael Farmer?&#8221; was one of the best examples of looking at a problem raging all over the country. It originally aired on April 21, 1958. Whether it successfully changed anything probably wasn&#8217;t the intention, but bringing a disturbing and frustrating subject to the forefront was.
For the next hour, you get to explore the teenage gang murder of an innocent, and the repercussions it had throughout the community.
Still, in many ways relevant – even though the situations, people and causes are more complex now. The fact remains the same – people are murdered for no reason other than being in the wrong place at the wrong time, and the people responsible are disturbed – emotionally or socially challenged. And after the shock, grief and horror fade with time, things go
August 8, 1945 – Hiroshima: Vanishing, Almost Without Trace – Extent Of Damage Still Not Known. Hiroshima 2 days later – still smoldering.
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Two days after the first Atomic Bomb attack on Hiroshima, the city was still smoldering. The full extent of the destruction was only starting to become apparent. American reconnaissance planes were able to photograph and survey the damage. Reports filtering in claimed some 60% of Hiroshima was gone, as was most of the population. Radio Tokyo reported that government sources were saying the U.S. had violated Article 22 of the Hague Convention and had shown disregard for humanity. Radio Tokyo went on to describe in detail the amount of death and destruction the bomb did during that one raid. Reports also indicated the Japanese Cabinet met in emergency session to hear a report about the raid. Japanese newspapers were reporting the raid as a &#8220;sadistic atrocity&#8221; and called the U.S. the &#8220;eternal enemy of humanity&#8221;.
Meanwhile, questions were being raised over whether this was a &#8220;one-off&#8221; or if there were more coming. Whether this would be all that was needed, or was an invasion still inevitable. Was this in fact, going to shorten the war.
Questions too about the Bomb itself. In some quarters, feelings were the bomb should never have been successfully tested and fears the secrets of making the bomb could fall into the wrong hands and that safety measures needed to be taken to insure the secrets would never get out.
Despite heavy censorship, this episode of the NBC Radio series &#8220;From The Pacific&#8221; answered many questions and speculated on many others. But the fact of the matter was; unless you were on the outskirts of Hiroshima this day, you still had very little idea the extent of the damage this bomb did, and even less idea of what an Atomic Bomb was all about.
That&#8217;s what it sounded like, 77 years ago, on August 8th 1945.
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EP 575 The Pandemic Brought on Government Lies and Censorship
The most enduring legacy of COVID may be how governments around the world used it as cover to undermine freedom, subvert the flow of information and establish ways of avoiding accountability that will outlast the pandemic itself. The United States federal government tried to flood the zone with questionable theories about how to deal with the pandemic and when and how it would affect the nation. Never was there a robust effort to provide transparency and persuasion to lead us through a novel public health crisis by bringing us together as a society. Other democracies did a much better job of rallying their people to the sacrifices required and autocracies used techniques like China&#8217;s &#8216;just in time censorship&#8217; and Russia&#8217;s more aggressive lock down of the political opposition in the name of public health. In the compelling new book, &#8220;The Infodemic: How Censorship and Lies Made the World Sicker and Less Free&#8221;, Joel Simon and our guest, Robert Mahoney, take us on an international journey exploring government communications practices in the face of this health emergency. Their book is part of the Columbia Global Reports project.
570: Antony Bartlett on Tai Chi, Meal Planning, and Why Food (really) Is Love I&#8217;m here today with a long-time friend who is also the founder of one of my most used apps on my phone, which is called Real Plans. Antony Bartlett is one of the co-founders and the software guy behind all of the amazing functionality, and this meal planning app saves me so much time in &#8230;
Jacques Ripoche And Jean-Jacques Painchaud Play Music Of Boellmann – 1949 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone Leon Boellmann – not a household name – certainly not in the U.S.
– Leon Boellmann Cello Sonata – 1949 – ORTF, Paris –
Another rarely performed composer this week, as performed by a then-rising-star Cellist, Jacques Ripoche and legendary pianist-teacher Jean-Jacques Painchaud in a broadcast recital recording made by French Radio in 1949 of the seldom heard composer Leon Boellmann and his even less heard final work, the Sonata for Cello and Piano op. 40, thanks to the seemingly vast mountain of French Radio transcriptions.
Boellmann, a figure in 19th century French music, was more prominent for his Organ music, even though he was prolific in other genres. He managed to do quite a bit of composing in his short 35 year life span. And this Sonata is just one indication of the vast untapped library of undiscovered and neglected music waiting to be found.
During the sixteen years of his professional life, Boëllmann composed about 160 pieces in all genres. Faithful to the style of Franck and an admirer of Saint-Saëns, Boëllmann nonetheless exhibits a turn-of-the-century Post-romantic aesthetic which, especially in his organ works, demonstrates &#8220;remarkable sonorities&#8221;. His best-known composition is Suite gothique (1895), now a staple of the organ repertoire, especially its concluding Toccata, a piece &#8220;of moderate difficulty but brilliant effect&#8221;, with a dramatic minor theme and a rhythmic emphasis that made it popular even in Boëllmann&#8217;s day. Boëllmann also wrote motets and art songs, works for piano, a symphony, works for cello, orchestra and organ as well as a cello sonata (dedicated to Jules Delsart), and other chamber works.
And if the name Jacques Ripoche sounds a little familiar, it&#8217;s because he is the father of celebrated Cellist Aldo Ripoche, and was the younger Ripoche&#8217;s first teacher. Further evidence the apple doesn&#8217;t fall far from the tree.
A worthy piece for reappraisal done by noted musicians in their prime. It doesn&#8217;t get much better than this.

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Tell, Don't Show - Runaways S1 E10 In this episode we chat about Marvel's Runaways!

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Toxic Positivity Vs. Optimism Everything happens for a reason. That’s what toxic positivity will tell you, and it’s the reason we’ve not only been focused on dismantling toxic positivity throughout the series so far, but thought we’d dedicate a whole episode to it! It did, after all, take out the Angsty awards in episode one. So, what is considered toxic positivity? At best, it’s misplaced optimism, at worst it’s the dismissive statements that minimise or ignore a person’s experience. Would you be able to pick the signs when you see or hear it, and can you identify what is more useful instead? Because at the other end of the scale, optimism is something that IS useful, if we can wade out of the toxic positivity. In this episode, Andy and Louise talk to Australia’s Dr Happy, Dr Tim Sharp, from the Happiness Institute, who explores the concept of positive psychology, without the toxic bits, as well as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) expert, Dr Lisa Saulsman from the University of Western Australia, who unpacks some useful approaches to help us not only sit with our uncomfortable thoughts and feelings, but to find a way out of rumination and into action. Other guests include Chronic Illness Wellness Coach and person living with MS, Teisha Rose; author and CEO consultant, Lucy Bloom; and Director of The Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use, Professor Maree Teesson, who each share their personal experience dealing with Toxic positivity and opting for optimism instead. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show See for privacy and opt-out information.
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Episode 1600: Saturday August 6, 2022: Devarim (words) download the notes here: 1:1a These are the words which Moses spoke unto all Israelon this side Jordan in the wilderness.John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, andthe Word was God.Proverbs 18:21 Death and life are in the power of the tongue.Psalm 34:12,13 Who is the man who desires life, and loves many days, thathe may see good? Keep your tongue from evil, and your lips from speakingdeceit.Ephesians 4:29,31 Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but onlysuch as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace tothose who hear. Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slanderbe put away from you, along with all malice.Deuteronomy 1:34,35 And the Lord heard the voice of your words, andwas wroth, and swore, saying, Surely there shall not one of these men of thisevil generation see that good land, which I swore to give unto your fathers.Deuteronomy 1:2,3 (There are eleven days' journey from Horeb by the wayof mount Seir unto Kadeshbarnea.) And it came to pass in the fortieth year,in the eleventh month, on the first day of the month, that Moses spoke untothe children of Israel, according unto all that the Lord had given him incommandment unto them.
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Friday Flight - Child Labor, Equifax’s Idiocy & Utility Bill Hacks #549 Time for our Friday Flight! These episodes are a sampling of the week’s financial news and the impact on your personal finances. There are a lot of headlines out there, but we distill it down to specific takeaways that will allow you to kick off the weekend informed and help you to get ahead during these trying times. In this episode we cover some relevant and helpful stories like: HTM sock giveaway winners, more Google Map biking features, credit card companies are fighting for your business, cheap millennials are worse tippers, jumping ship to earn 10% more, why we’re proponents of child labor, US Bank exploiting their customers, pernicious hotel fees, Equifax continues to blow it, & a quick utility bill hack.
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Hittin' Hard with Jon Chuckery: The Atlanta Braves Lock Up Their Guy & Deion Jones May Return? The Atlanta Braves have been an organization that has wanted to get their young core under contract for quite some time. The Braves continued with that by signing Austin Riley to a ten-year, 212MM contract extension. Jon Chuckery talked about how he was surprised that Riley was one of the first guys this season to sign an extension for the Braves. Secondly, the Atlanta Falcons have continued to talk about constantly trying to upgrade their roster. At the beginning of camp, Deion Jones was added to the PUP list because he had surgery earlier in the offseason. Jon Chuckery talked about what it means if Jones were to stick around for the 2022 season. Also, Chuckery made a case for Jones to be traded simply because he isn’t a scheme fit anymore. Lastly, as the trade deadline comes to a close, Alex Anthopoulos has been working the phone to try to improve the Atlanta Braves’ roster. Anthopoulos has been known to find value at the trade deadline in the past. Jon Chuckery talked about the additions in the outfield and on the back end of the rotation. Also, Chuckery talked about the type of impact these moves will have going forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
ATL Day Ones with Jarvis and Tenitra: The Atlanta Falcons Have To Figure Out Jones & The Braves Are Working Their Magic The Atlanta Falcons have handled the Deion Jones situation about as well as they possibly could up until this point. Terry Fontenot and Arthur Smith have been very vocal about making roster decisions that’s best for the team. Jarvis Davis and Tenitra Batiste talked about the report of the Falcons not being able to trade Jones and not wanting to cut him. Also, they talked about the Atlanta Braves taking on the Philadelphia Phillies at Truist Park. Secondly, Alex Anthopoulos and the Atlanta Braves have been trying to figure out how they can win back-to-back World Series championships. Anthopoulos has made a series of moves to try and do just that. Jarvis Davis and Tenitra Batiste talked about the contract extension of Austin Riley and the trades that Anthopoulos has made thus far. Lastly, Tiger Woods has been the face of the PGA Tour for quite some time. Even though Woods is on the back nine of his career, he got an offer from LIV that most normal people couldn’t refuse. Jarvis Davis and Tenitra Batiste talked about the generous offer that Woods got and they discussed an interesting tweet that was directed at Beyonce. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
A to Z with Mark Zinno: The Atlanta Braves Did Their Job & Spencer Strider Is a Phenom The MLB trade deadline was about sizzle versus steak. The San Diego Padres were the sizzle, but Alex Anthopolous and the Atlanta Braves were the steak. These two teams seem like they are headed on a collision course for the postseason. Mark Zinno talked about how the Padres should be applauded for going all in and trading for Juan Soto. Secondly, the Atlanta Braves have themselves a phenom in Spencer Strider. He has proven that he is one of the top three starters on this staff and should be given the ball in the playoffs over Charlie Morton and Ian Anderson. Mark Zinno talked about Strider absolutely being the guy to give the ball to in the playoffs. Lastly, the Atlanta Falcons still have a lot of proving to do with the doubters. Mark Zinno talked about how Arthur Smith will take pre-season games a little more seriously than he did last year. Also, Zinno discussed the Falcons not being who people think they are, and two young players to watch out for on defense. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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