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Marty Lurie was born in Brooklyn, New York on Feb. 1st, 1946. He saw his first baseball game in Ebbets Field in 1954. Marty began his radio career at KECG 88.1 FM in El Cerrito, California. He hosted the Oakland A’s pregame radio show in 1998 which led into all A’s games during both the regular and postseason through 2009. Marty has broadcasted over 2000 pre- and postgame shows in his career.
 
"Mystery in the Radio Waves" is a podcast where a cast of actors and comedians perform a classic radio play and then improvise jokes, characters, and stories. What the fuck are radio plays and where do they come from? Well...The Golden Age of Radio was an era of radio in the U.S. in the 1920's to the 1960's where the main source of entertainment was radio programming before people owned televisions on a larger scale. The programs would have the same range as tv shows today. There were weekly ...
 
First15 is a daily devotional written and read by Craig Denison. Each day, the devotional features scripture, a devotional thought, guided prayer, and action steps. The music was written and produced by Craig Denison. For more information, please visit first15.org. Tags: First15 Devotional, Craig Denison, First 15
 
Hosted by renowned educator and genetic counselor, Laura Hercher, The Beagle Has Landed is the first independent podcast for the rapidly growing and dynamic community of genetic counselors. The show features interviews with leaders in the field of clinical genetics, exploring our complicated past and rapidly changing present. We look at the new roles genetic counselors are playing in industry as well as clinical settings, bringing in the voices of other stakeholders, including basic scientis ...
 
Are you a leader or an aspiring leader who truly cares about your organization, people and culture? Then this podcast is for you! We bring you educational, enlightening interviews with today’s most innovative, inspirational leaders. Each episode is filled with inspiring stories, new perspectives and invaluable tools to help you communicate, innovate and lead even more successfully!
 
As Vergil had surpassed Homer by adapting the epic form to celebrate the origin of the author’s nation, Milton developed it yet further to recount the origin of the human race itself and, in particular, the origin of and the remedy for evil; this is what he refers to as “things unattempted yet in prose or rhyme.”After a statement of its purpose, the poem plunges, like its epic predecessors, into the midst of the action, shockingly bringing to the front the traditional visit to the underworld ...
 
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Adam Copeland is joined by Athletic A's writer Melissa Lockard to break down the A's 4-1 loss to the Chicago White Sox in Game 1 of their Wildcard series. The White Sox continue to crush lefties as Jesus Luzardo gave up 2 homers early. Lucas Giolito flirted with a perfect game as he shut down the A's bats. What do the A's do to even up the series o…
 
I am incredibly excited to talk to one of the biggest guests yet on the show, Adam "Edge" Copeland. We talk about how Edge got into rock and heavy metal, and how he got into pro wrestling. Edge talks about his early favorites like KISS and Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Metallica, and his favorite bands now like Behemoth. We talk about Edge's friendsh…
 
Through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus we have been afforded an opportunity to live an incredibly abundant life here on earth. Our God is nearer, more tangible, and has a greater ability to make his presence known than we’ve yet realized. He longs to make his children more in tune and aware of the depths of his love, guidance, empowerme…
 
Today on the First15 Podcast we are beginning a multi-week series on finding peace in the political season. This is one of the most divisive political times we’ve ever seen, and so we want to have honest and open conversations abound how we can walk in peace with God and others as we journey through it. To kick off this series, we’re having a conve…
 
We kick things off discussing Alex Skolnick's new anti-Trump rap song. We discuss tonight's debates. We talk about Lars' least favorite Metallica song. We re-analyze The Social Dilemma documentary that Noa recommended. We also listen to some hatemail talking about kosher meats. We are bringing back an old favorite with a twist, the music break – no…
 
Trumps tax returns finally get released, David Pakman's hilarious interview with Jesse Lee Peterson, the Libs get brutally owned once again, bran new show name, Plus 50 other topics!If you enjoy my work, please consider supporting it by becoming a Patreon! Every little bit really helps. http://www.patreon.com/codcastWe now have a P.O. Box so you ca…
 
Today’s podcast features Adam Rutherford, a geneticist trained at University College London who has spent much of his career as a science communicator: as an editor at Nature, as a radio and television commentator for the BBC, and as the author such books with delightful titles, including "Creation: the Origin of Life/The Future of Life" and "A Bri…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by Athletic MLB Writer Eno Sarris to talk about the new postseason format that eliminates home field advantage. New rules, formats and added teams will make it harder for some of the top teams, but it also will help out the deepest teams. And Eno talks about his article ranking who has some of the top pitches in MLB. To chec…
 
In today’s devotional, we’re going to look at how God transforms us as we allow him to meet us at our place of weakness. You were never created to be self-sufficient, to have no need of relationship with God. Contrary to what the world tells us every day, weakness can actually be a tremendous source of strength when we allow God to meet us powerful…
 
When I was fresh out of college, I use to bemoan the fact that the churches I went to seemed to lack any sort of substantial programming for that awkward age range of early 20s to mid-30s. Growing up in the church, there's always plenty for youth and even in college there are plenty of campus ministries to be a part of and meet people to do life wi…
 
Kerry Crowley joins the Marty Lurie Show to break down the Playoff Senarios: The Giants need to beat the Padres and they need the Brewers to lose to the Cardinals to make the playoffs See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Media San Francisco
 
In the middle of our week on transformation, we’re going to take time today to discover how God longs to transform us through experience. Every experience we have in life shapes us in some way. And experiencing God is no different. When we make space to truly experience God, he molds and fashions us into who we were created to be in marvelous ways.…
 
Host of the Lead Off Spot, Adam Copeland, joins the Marty Lurie Show to talk about last disappointing loss to the Padres in Game 2 of Friday's double header See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Media San Francisco
 
Adam Copeland is joined by Athletic New York Giants writer Dan Duggan to preview the upcoming game vs the 49ers. He gives his thoughts on what he knows about the MetLife Stadium turf and if there has been any issues in the past. Who will step up at RB with Barkley out for the season and how will that effect the rest of the offense. And he give his …
 
In our second devotional focusing on transformation, today we’re exploring the ways in which God transforms us into new creations. Every day God longs to make us new, to forgive our sins and mold and fashion us into his likeness. May God do a mighty work today as we make room for him to move, and may we leave this focused time in his presence with …
 
Welcome to Mystery in the Radio Waves! Actors and Comedians from around Los Angeles perform an excerpt from a classic radio play and then improvise stories, jokes, and characters! The original airdate was October 14, 1955. The ABC Network produced a series called "Strange", fifteen minute supernatural radio plays created by Walter Gibson. CASTMary …
 
This week is our first Behind the Scenes episode! The main cast does a rehearsal for our main episode but we mostly fuck around and chit chat. You get to know the cast a bit and hear some clips from the original radio play we are rehearsing. Enjoy! Subscribe and leave a review! Thank you for listening!Follow us on Instagram @mysteryintheradiowaves@…
 
What started as a simple statement turned into a powerful story of God’s faithfulness. You may have heard the incredible song, Peace Be Still, which has been making its way across radio stations and into churches all over the country. It’s a simple declaration that so many of us can relate to during this year of relentless challenges. We are all lo…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by Athletic 49ers Writer David Lombardi to talk about the massive injuries the 49ers sustained Week 2 vs the New York Jets and what they team needs to try to do to keep the boat afloat until they can get some guys back. Bosa and Thomas are out for the year with acl injuries, so the Niners depth will be key to try to fill tho…
 
We are excited to be joined at the top of the show by Aria DiMezzo, a trans metalhead, self described anarchist Satanist who is the current Republican nominee for county sheriff in Cheshire County, New Hampshire. You can read her story here. After our interview with Aria, we talk about why she's running, and some of her motivations with her campaig…
 
On tonight's "Progressive Talk LIVE!" we take a look at the new controversy surrounding Twitters seeming racist picture algorithm, Waffle House brawl goes viral, brand new Animal Sanctuary Unboxing, the craziest religious stories of the week, Plus 50 other topics!If you enjoy my work, please consider supporting it by becoming a Patreon! Every littl…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by The Athletic NFL Film Guru and "State of the Nation" Raiders podcast co-host Ted Nguyen to break down the tape from their week 1 win vs the Panthers. Ruggs, Carr and the offense looked really good, but the Raiders defense and their pass rush are a big concern to Ted. He talks about how the Drew Brees looks to maybe have l…
 
Happiness is often a difficult concept to explain, much less achieve. It seems ever out of reach, yet its profoundly subjective in its nature. If we can define what makes us happy, why does it feel so hard for us to obtain it? Much like identity, we often look for happiness in all the wrong places — people, sports, hobbies, or other activities that…
 
Marty looks back to one of the Greatest Games in Giants History. On October 10th, 2012 NLDS Game 4.. the Giants became the first NL team to fall behind 2-0 in the Division Series to force a Game 5 by winning two road games See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.By Cumulus Media San Francisco
 
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