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Inspired by Laura Bell Bundy’s and Shea Carter's album of the same name, Women Of Tomorrow is a musical podcast that explores issues women are facing today, examines the history of those issues and provides solutions for moving forward. Out of the ashes of the 2016 presidential election, came the most powerful women’s movement since the 1970’s. Women’s voices raised in unity to express their fear over losing all they had fought for and their desire for equal rights. #Metoo.Each episode will ...
 
Go back to a time of where the only limits of how far or where or how high you go here or anywhere was and still is within the limits of your mind. Journey back with me to shows like Journey into Space with Jet Morgan and his crew who explore Mars or Vincent Price and Peter Cushing even in Aliens of the mind spanning from way back clear up till the 1970's come on with me and let's go on a trip on Old Time Radio Sci-Fi, Horror and Beyond
 
Bibiana Princeton grew up in San Francisco in the 1970’s and was able to watch the development of American weed culture before her very eyes. While marijuana has recently experienced a transformation into a fully regulated market, she's bothered by the cultural erasure of the tens of thousands of older Americans who helped start the movement and utilize the substance on a daily basis to improve their lives. With the Princeton Cannabis Review she will draw attention to the past, present, and ...
 
This series of First Principle or "Faith Foundation Podcasts" is a recreation of an original series of Radio Broadcasts created by WCF in the Foundation’s early years of the late 1970’s. A local Lancaster Pennsylvania Radio Station broadcast them and then the set of recordings were packaged and widely distributed by the WCF Tape library to members and friends of the Christadelphian Church Community.
 
Documenting Popular Music offers original radio features (mini documentaries) that take an in-depth look at the artists and music from the 1970’s and 1980’s. Through new interviews with singers, songwriters, musicians, producers, disc jockeys, authors, etc., we provide an inside look into the unforgettable music from that era. Additionally, we present reviews of new albums from artist connected to the 70’s and 80’s. The shows are produced at The O-and-F Studios (www.OandFStudios.com).
 
UEN SciFi Friday offers a weekly science fiction feature film from the heyday of SciFi – the 1920’s to 1970’s. Join other Utah science fiction movie fans after the film for an accompanying podcast where Utah scientists discuss topics from the movie. Watch the movie, Fridays at 9pm on UEN-TV. For more information: www.uen.org/tv.
 
Since the late 1970’s Southland artist and musician John Husband produced a daily comment piece, first for Radio New Zealand, and then on Foveaux Radio – which developed into his own long running talk show. Since retiring from radio in 2001, John has now returned to present a selection of his old scripts to show how much (or how little) has changed since the years they were first read. It’s a wonderful trip back in time, and though provoking too! “Talking in Circles” airs at 12.10pm and 5.10 ...
 
The Furies, the Kindly Ones, the Dread. Whatever the sisters were called in the old times their charge was to extract retribution. Now it’s the 1970’s and The Destinies are a close harmony group traveling through rural Pennsylvania. No one ever remembers when they arrived or how long they’ve been there. Part ancient legend, part murder mystery, and part band road trip, “Children of Nyx,” is about women hunting down men who’ve done wrong. And finding, if not justice, some kind of cosmic harmo ...
 
Rajesh Thakur is a broadcaster with over 25 years of experience, having started with India’s largest broadcaster All India Radio. His widespread knowledge on a variety of issues, even-handed approach to discussions, polite but firm manner with listeners, and his passion for multiculturalism and for embracing life in all its forms have earned him community respect and lots of fans all around the world. Broadcaster Rajesh Thakur’s morning show Raja Ka Baja is one of the most popular shows on T ...
 
Dueling Decades is the totally awesome adult retro game show you've been looking for! Listen as the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s square off and do battle! Because it's your history, we just fight for it! The rules of our game are simple! A coin flip shall decide who picks first, out of the 5 dueling decades categories (Movies, TV, Music, News, & Hot Products). The judge’s ruling will determine who wins each round, allowing the victor to choose the next available category. The first 3 rounds are w ...
 
MANslaughter tells intertwining stories about how one gunshot on a cold Wisconsin night in 1970 dramatically changed multiple lives. A bullet brutally tore through decorated law enforcement veteran LaVerne Stordock. Decades later, his niece, Dorothy Marcic, transformed herself into an amateur detective in a quest for truth and closure about that night. At the center of Dorothy’s investigation is Suzanne Brandon, LaVerne’s second wife, who confessed to the shooting -- and who Dorothy believes ...
 
Setting a standard of excellence since 1970, the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is a vibrant global membership association with a network of 10,000 members in more than 80 countries, representing many of the Global Fortune 500 companies. A broadly diverse community of communication professionals, IABC connects members to ideas, job opportunities, and people, through professional learning and a generous culture of sharing. We believe that in today’s world, communic ...
 
Join us as we celebrate 50 years of the 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70), which has been following the lives of 17,000 people born in Great Britain during a single week in 1970. This podcast series takes listeners on a journey through British social and political history, and explores BCS70’s numerous contributions to British science and society. Across six episodes, the series tells our study members’ story and charts the first five decades of the study.
 
"Shots in the Back: Exhuming the 1970 Augusta Riot" tells the story of one of the first major Civil Rights Era riots in the South. The immediate cause of the riot in Augusta, Ga. was the brutal murder of Charles Oatman, an African American teenager held by police in the county jail. During the riot, six Black men were killed by white police officers, all of them shot in the back. In a collaboration, students at the Jessye Norman School of the Arts join GPB in telling this story.
 
Tara Hollis was supposed to get a fresh new start at her ancestral home, Light House. But when Tara and her family moved into Light House on that warm, winter's day in 1963, they did not suspect the horror that awaited them; a horror that lurked in the shadows, biding its time to quench its hunger. There is a darkness that dwells in the heart of Light House…one that will tear Tara’s family apart. Do you believe in ghosts? Tara didn’t…until she moved into Light House.
 
On October 26, 1970, Muhammad Ali triumphantly returned to the world of boxing in Atlanta, Georgia. But every national front-page headline the next morning featured the story of one of the biggest heists in history. At the center of it all - a hustler named “Chicken Man”. Fans arrived in Rolls Royces delivered from New York City. Adorned in vibrant fur coats and dripping with diamonds, they grabbed engraved invitations then strutted into the arena. The sold-out crowd stood and cheered when t ...
 
From Marc Smerling, the creator behind The Jinx and Crimetown, comes a story of murder, friendship and betrayal. In 1979, Ex-Green Beret Doctor Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted of the murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. When he meets a famous young journalist named Joe McGinniss, the two become fast friends. Joe agrees to write a book about Jeff’s case to finally reveal the truth. The book, Fatal Vision, became a smash bestseller and a TV limited series watched by millions o ...
 
Well over a quarter century old, Morris and Linda Tannehill’s iconoclastic "The Market for Liberty" is one of the most important books of our time. Written originally in 1970, it is even more relevant now in an era of rapidly vanishing personal liberty caused by an ever more intrusive and expensive government. “The Market for Liberty” is the antidote to years of government indoctrination, lies and misinformation. Using clear and concise language, the Tannehills provide an entire rethinking o ...
 
"I will wade out till my thighs are steeped in burn- ing flowers I will take the sun in my mouth and leap into the ripe air Alive with closed eyes to dash against darkness in the sleeping curves of my body Shall enter fingers of smooth mastery with chasteness of sea-girls Will I complete the mystery of my flesh I will rise After a thousand years lipping flowers And set my teeth in the silver of the moon." -- E. Estlin Cummings in Crepuscule Eight Harvard Poets is a anthology of poetry by E. ...
 
Paths of Glory; or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Shlock is a weekly podcast hosted by Zack Long and Andrea “Danger” Gigeroff. Each episode, they talk about about two films that are related, however tentative that relation may be. Andrea Gigeroff is a science student and movie enthusiast from Halifax, NS. She likes sci-fi novels, horror movies, snakes, and long romantic walks to the liqour store. In addition to Paths of Glory, she sporadically writes horror and science fiction f ...
 
Doug Kaufmann, the host of the popular TV show, Know The Cause, he became interested in the subject of fungus as it pertains to disease while working in the area of food allergy. Doug was a U.S. Navy Medical Corpsman attached to the 7th Marine Division in 1970. Upon coming home from Vietnam in 1971, he had strange symptoms that until the early 1980’s, he thought were related to food allergies. A research paper in 1980 entitled “Antigenically Intact Food Macromolecules Exiting The Gut Lumen” ...
 
David Nichtern, founder of Dharma Moon, is a senior Buddhist teacher who has been practicing and teaching meditation for over 40 years. He was one of the initial American students of renowned meditation master Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and studied closely with him soon after his arrival in the United States in 1970. He is also a business consultant with companies creating a variety of offerings integrating meditation in a larger health and well-being context – including Goldman Sachs, Journey ...
 
An irreverent, inclusive, and palatable serving of Art History, brought to you by artists and art historian Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker. They cover the famous artists you may have slept through during your Art History lectures, and the ones that were left out because of their ethnicity, gender, race, or sexual identity. With an unconventional zest, they look back at the best and worst that Art History has to offer. Utensils provided through Art Assignments and the Art Slice Pantry ...
 
Cars that Matter is all about cars that have captured people’s hearts. They are the special cars, and they come from every decade since the dawn of the Automotive Age. They might be from the Brass Era or today’s Battery Era. They have names like 911 or SL, Corvette or Countach, or simply M. All have fueled passion in the people who created them, owned them, raced them, or sometimes—with remorse—parted with them. From CurtCo Media. ​ On Cars That Matter, we talk with designers, engineers, rac ...
 
Ghost Echoes is a music history podcast with secret rules. It begins in 1970 and it will proceed up to the present day, discussing one musical recording per episode. Some of them are famous and acclaimed, others utterly obscure. Some are classical, most are pop. The list of recordings that Ghost Echoes will focus on throughout its run is already decided and set in stone, having been chosen in accordance with the podcast’s non-negotiable rules, of which there are three: 1. REDACTED, 2. REDACT ...
 
Walt Disney World is the one location where my entire family can find something to smile about. No matter the age, no matter who is with us, you will find an adventure. Sam’s Disney Diary is simply a way for me to capture and share the memory or those adventures in the magic. I hope you enjoy.
 
The New York City Fire Museum's Throwback FDNY podcast is here to help present the extraordinary history and unique heritage of the fire department in the five boroughs. Each episode, we’ll turn a spotlight on three specific years and share a story from each that we hope brings the Fire Department’s past to life, a must for FDNY history buffs of all ages! This initiative is brought to you with help from the FDNY and the FDNY Foundation.
 
If you ask Ryan Boldt (lead singer and songwriter of Canadian band The Deep Dark Woods) a question about music history, there’s a good chance that not only will he answer it correctly, but he’ll also tell you a strange or surprising anecdote that you’d never heard before. When Ryan Boldt researches a musician, he dives in deep. From this wealth of knowledge comes Boldt’s new podcast. Each episode is themed, and each song links into the next song through one of the tiny details Boldt has unco ...
 
This is a collection of Bob Dye's timeless messages recorded between 1987 and 2004. Bob Dye was an active member and Deacon/Elder of Noelridge Park Church since he and his wife Coral moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 1970. Bob L. Dye was born on March 15, 1937 in Gowanda, a small town in rural western New York State. He was the third child of Ralph and Marian Scott Dye. Bob grew up on a dairy farm on Dye Road in South Dayton, NY. A devoted Christian, Bob graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College ...
 
It’s just like “show and tell,” except it’s about movies, and we don’t actually show them, and you’re not in a classroom, so it’s nothing like “show and tell.” It’s a reverse-engineering of the movie review podcast genre that strips it down to its basics. Unlike most other movie podcasts, which pick a topic and commit to a set of films to watch regardless of whether or not they’re interesting to talk about, movie nerds JD and Nic choose movies to watch based on the fascinating conversations ...
 
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"CAPTAIN BILLY’S MAGIC 8 BALL" - A New Series Created By William Mesnik, The Mind Behind “Mesmerized”- EPISODE # 8 - "LITTLE STEVIE GROWS UP"- FEATURING THE ALBUM "JOHN BARLEYCORN MUST DIE" By TRAFFIC (UA 1970) IN HIGH DEFINITION WITH NARRATIVE.By Rich Buckland
 
Rick Schmidt is back for our ever-popular "Ask Rick" segment this week and we discussed two different "Pro-Touring" cars in the NPD warehouse that were developed and created by Pontiac engineer Herb Adams. Specifically, the "Fire Am" Firebird and the "Cheverra" Camaro. Interestingly enough though, when these cars were created....there was no such t…
 
1970 This could well be the year that marked the start of the digital age when the Microprocessor was invented. Walt Disney World Resort opens in Florida, Mount Etna erupts, Voting Age Lowered US and UK to 18, UK Moves to Decimal Currency. Rajesh Khanna's Haathi Mere Saathi was the top grossing film on the box office. Rajesh Khanna gave many hits i…
 
In this week’s episode, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker immerse themselves in the sensory watercolor world of the prolific artist and writer Charles Burchfield: from his early psychedelic Golden phase, through his Regionalist period, and finally, the works he made toward the end of his life after revisiting those Golden Phase paintings. They…
 
"Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians" - Featuring Bill Mesnik and Rich Buckland - NEW SERIES! "PUT ON A STACK OF 45's"- CHAPTER FORTY TWO - GARNET MIMMS - "CRY BABY" -"SOULWALKING WITH GARNET MIMMS":http://www.soulwalking.co.uk/Garnet%20Mimms.htmlBy Rich Buckland
 
"CAPTAIN BILLY’S MAGIC 8 BALL" - A New Series Created By William Mesnik, The Mind Behind “Mesmerized”- EPISODE # 9 - "QUESTIONING MY SEXUALITY" - FEATURING THE ALBUM "THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS" By David BowieBy Rich Buckland
 
Mother’s Day! Grab your mom and some mommy juice and tune in!! This episode explores the history of Mother’s Day, Cultural Mother figures in the world, mom brain and the mental load! It includes a personal and hilarious interview by our own mom’s and special guests Kerry Butler & Marissa Winoker in a segment called ‘Mama, I’m a mama now!’ Connect w…
 
Lennon the storyteller, the cynic, the victim—of his own insecurities and desires, controlled by the woman of his dreams…and nightmares. The last song recorded for The Beatles’ Rubber Soul album, ‘Girl’ is one of its main composer’s most intriguing, sophisticated, nuanced lyrical efforts—brought to life by a young conversationalist’s charismatic, w…
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
This week, I spoke to Scott Lambert, President of Minnesota Auto Dealer's Association, and wanted to find out more about the 2021 Twin Cites Auto Show. Scott's history is quite different than most of our guests but he is still a car guy at heart. His background is in politics and was actually an automobile industry lobbyist talking about new cars a…
 
In Episode 341 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo offer an overview of the Plastic Ono Band box set, a stunning project - six CDs, two Blu-rays and a hardbound book, as well as a larger book available separately - that shows how archival releases should be done. As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episo…
 
Denny Seiwell talks about ‘Ram On – The 50th Anniversary Tribute to Paul & Linda McCartney’s Ram’, playing on the original LP and his time in Wings. More information can be found on Denny Seiwell’s website. ‘Ram On – The 50th Anniversary Tribute to Paul & Linda McCartney’s Ram’ is released on Spirit of Unicorn Music. The post Denny Seiwell on The 5…
 
The End of the Twins, a Memoir of Losing a BrotherEver wondered what it would be like to have an identical twin—how alike would you be to that person? How much of an individual would you be? Saul... Welcome to the 20th year of Radio Curious, half hour interviews on a curiously wide variety of topics about life and ideas. All of the almost 400 half-…
 
This week we bring you a frighteningly good episode where we scare up all the best horror-themed selections from 1977, 1987, and 1997! Behind the bench, this week is AJ Diaferio frontman from the heavy metal band “We’re Wolves” AJ is a man of many talents and a huge fan of horror culture and movies so we knew he would be the right man to serve as j…
 
Pee Wee Gaskins was a master manipulator who befriended many of his victims on the way to becoming South Carolina's most notorious mass murderer. He stabbed, shot, drowned, and poisoned more than a dozen people. And for his final act, he used dynamite in a brazen murder for hire scheme while his victim was on death row. Pee Wee conned everyone arou…
 
Jim Marietta and Ted Sutton, members of the Original Venice Crew, discuss their time working with Carroll Shelby, Ken Miles, Peter Brock, and Phil Remington, and the purpose of their new company and the cars they seek to create and preserve. Robert introduces Jim and Ted (0:39) and Jim explains 'who' the Original Venice Crew is and what they do (1:…
 
Tim DeLaughter of The Polyphonic Spree talks about new album Afflatus, which features songs from The Bee Gees, Daniel Johnston, ABBA, Rush, Wings and more. Afflatus by The Polyphonic Spree is available from Bandcamp. The post Tim DeLaughter – The Polyphonic Spree appeared first on The Strange Brew.By Jason Barnard
 
Prince, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, Steve Winwood and Dhani Harrison - “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” - Producer Joel Gallen's Remarkable 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Re- Edit Exploring The Unimaginable Prince Guitar Solo.By Rich Buckland
 
Steve Cropper talks about new album Fire It Up and key tracks from across his career. Hear the stories behind the hits of Otis Redding, Booker T & the MG’s, Wilson Pickett, Eddie Floyd and Sam and Dave. More information can be found on Steve Cropper’s official website. The post Steve Cropper appeared first on The Strange Brew.…
 
Conscious Marketer, Kylie Slavik, joins David to discuss channeled creativity and purpose driven storytelling at the mindful intersection of spirituality and marketing. As a former spoken word artist, Kylie Slavik discovered that grabbing attention and winning hearts works the same way in marketing as it does in art. Since then she's worked with Ho…
 
1971 This could well be the year that marked the start of the digital age when the Microprocessor was invented. Haathi Mere Saathi was the highest-grossing Indian film of 1971. The Year Rajesh Khanna dominated box office with many hits including Anand.Here's "1971 Ki Kahani " Rajesh Thakur's Radio Classic Show.Tune India Radio Sydney Australia…
 
This week the Dueling Decades clan kick things into action with a special Martial Arts themed duel and we could not think of a better judge for this episode than the man who famously played “Karate Bad Boy” Mike Barnes in Karate Kid III. Actor, author, and producer, Sean Kanan returns to the show to share some stories and impart some wisdom from hi…
 
Life Jolt - prison slang for a life sentence - examines the lives of women navigating Canada’s correctional system. The team gained unprecedented access to the Grand Valley Institution prison, the federal pen for women in Ontario, for a full year. They followed women going into prison for the first time, spoke with lifers who have been there for ye…
 
This week, we revisit a "Classic" Episode of Cars That Matter: Conversations with Carroll Shelby. In anticipation of next week's guests, who knew and worked with Shelby, Robert shares previously unheard conversations recorded eight years apart, introducing you to the man behind the legend and reviewing his place in history. Episode Notes: 0:05 - Pr…
 
"CAPTAIN BILLY’S MAGIC 8 BALL" - A New Series Created By William Mesnik, The Mind Behind “Mesmerized”- EPISODE # 7 - "MY WEDDING SONG" - FEATURING THE ALBUM "LEON RUSSELL" By LEON RUSSELL IN HIGH DEF.By Rich Buckland
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
Hard core science fiction fans are sure to enjoy one of the most dramatic anthologies of the genre, “Dimension X.” The golden age of radio was a period in American history that spawned some of the most creative minds and prolific writers. In fact, this old time radio show paved the way for some of the more popular sci-fi writers today to mark their…
 
"Working so hard to repay Sally Mae...Gonna have to freeze my eggs if I want Kids someday." - American Girl This episode is about how science has evolved to help further our evolution toward equality. In vitro fertilization is helping women to extend fertility, plan fertility, better prepare for pregnancy, and to better understand our body's capabi…
 
Following the recent announcement of Caroline Sapriel’s nomination as Fellow of the IABC, Stephen Welch, past chair of the IABC EMENA region, meets Caroline to discuss her career highlights and time with the IABC.With more than 30 years of experience in communications and PR, Caroline Sapriel and her partner run their own international crisis manag…
 
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