Best Guth podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Formerly the Find Your Forte podcast - Step up to the podium with purpose and make the most of your public or private school's choral program with solutions you never saw coming! Join Choir Ninja, Ryan Guth as he brings you weekly interviews with veteran in-the-trenches choral directors on how to manage your choir, teach concepts like sight-singing and group vocal technique, market your program, and help inspire a love of choral music in your students each day. | Choral Music Education | Tea ...
 
The Amy Guth Podcast from Chicago's Very Own 720 WGN
 
WGN Radio host Amy Guth and Chicago Tribune columnist Rex Huppke sort out all that’s happening in American politics, make fun of it where appropriate and search for some form of sanity in Guth and Huppke on Politics on WGN Plus from WGN Radio in Chicago.
 
The oral history of amateur radio or "ham radio" is preserved in each episode of QSO Today. This weekly podcast is a conversation, a "QSO", between amateur radio operators and host, Eric Guth, amateur radio call sign 4Z1UG. The purpose is to expose prospective, returning, and new ham radio operators the diverse areas of the hobby from amateur satellites to operating on remote Pacific islands through interviews with long time and expert ham radio operators.
 
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Crain's Daily Gist
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Get a head start on tomorrow during your commute home today. Listen to our roundup of essential Chicago headlines and analysis from Crain’s reporters and host Amy Guth. Presented by Wintrust.
 
Podcast for College English with Beth Ritter-Guth at LCCC.
 
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CoinWeek
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CoinWeek is the #1 Online Source for information about the rare coin market.Visit www.coinweek.com to get the latest news and information about coins, paper money, and precious metals
 
Steve Bertrand on Books from WGN Plus
 
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Amy Guth talks to Kon Mari consultant Patty Morrissey about how to acquire the skill of tidying. According to Patty, Kon Mari is not only a journey to self-discovery but (much like a marathon run) is more about the process than about the finish line. Kon Mari focuses on identifying those material objects that bring you joy and letting go of tho ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin about first-quarter suburban Chicago housing data. Plus: Yesterday a judge found Pipeline Health in contempt and ordered the hospital owner to restore most services at Westlake Hospital. Today the company proposes transferring ownership to Melro ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain’s Chicago Business nonprofits and philanthropy reporter Lisa Bertagnoli about why the musicians’ strike at Chicago Symphony Orchestra is different from others. Plus: Fundraising is underway to rebuild Paris’ Notre Dame cathedral after yesterday’s fire, House Dems subpoena records from ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain's commercial real estate reporter Danny Ecker about the new property assessment system and what it could mean for area businesses. Plus: A look at Crain's Best Places to Work 2019, Boeing board's low profile starts to rise as 737 Max crisis continues, why this CSO strike is unlike the ...…
 
Joe Everhart, N2CX, is well known is QRP circles for his technical contributions and articles in the ham radio magazines. Along with George Heron, N2APB, my guest in Episode 151, of the QSO Today podcast, they produce a live talk show called Chat with the Designers, as well as present at the QRP Event, four days in May, that precedes the openin ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain's reporter Lisa Bertagnoli about how nonprofits are turning to development to serve client housing needs. Plus: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos rebuts Sen. Elizabeth Warren's call for an Amazon breakup, the Economic Club names Debra Cafaro board chair, Al Capone's two-flat sells at twice the ask ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain's senior reporter Lynne Marek about Johnson Publishing's history and where it took a turn. Plus: The City Council OKs up to $2.4 billion in public subsidies to support the Lincoln Yards and 78 megadevelopments, a judge rules Melrose Park's Westlake Hospital must stay open, a Hormel law ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain's Chicago Business commercial real estate reporter Danny Ecker about the latest in the downtown development boom. Plus: Melrose Park's Westlake Hospital suddenly suspends service, Chicago venture capital funding slows to the lowest level in two years, rehab hospital AbilityLab is set t ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain's political writer Greg Hinz about mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot's transition into office, including her role in today's delayed votes on public subsidies for the massive Lincoln Yards and 78 projects. Plus: Boeing cuts 737 Max production, a River North investor plans two new buildings, C ...…
 
Howard Bernstein is the co-founder of the Long Island CW Club along with Rich Collins K2UPS, where they train amateurs of every age to be CW operators over Zoom video conferencing. Howard has a long history in ham radio extending back over 50 years. WB2UZE still has his first Drake line and is a collector of vintage things including old radios ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain's political writer Greg Hinz about a proposal that could mean free tuition for Illinois STEM students. Plus: A crash report signals more turmoil ahead for Boeing, Verizon's first 5G mobile service goes live in parts of Chicago, WeWork announces two more co-working locations here, a spu ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain’s Chicago Business political writer Greg Hinz about about the most pressing items on the mayor-elect’s to-do list once she takes office, and other changes the city can expect. Plus: Whistleblowers in 737 Max case call the FAA lax in inspector training, retailers gain the upper hand as ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Daily Line reporter A.D. Quig about the top issues facing the incoming mayor. Plus: Walgreens' stock plunged under both health care and retail pressure, a new Motel 6 property proposed near McCormick Place, the Chicago area's flat housing market hits brokerage sales volumes and Burger King t ...…
 
Think the tech industry has a woman problem? Lin Classon of Ensono wasn’t satisfied with mere anecdotes. She did a survey to delve deeper into harassment in the tech sector — and she shares her findings with us. Also on today's Crain’s Daily Gist with host Amy Guth, a look at who funded both Lightfoot and Preckwinkle campaigns, Cresco Labs in $ ...…
 
Tonight on the Saturday Night Special: Amy is helping you get organized as she kicks off the show giving the top things lost inside the home. Think you can guess what’s #1? Sometimes staying organized can be tough. We get attached to things for various reasons, but did you know there are professional organizers to help? Amy welcomes Professiona ...…
 
Bob Sumption, W9RAS, was raised on Popular Electronics and Popular Mechanics magazines, learned how to fix anything from his father, and became a ham radio operator in the 1950s. Bob was an electronics technician at Heathkit who assembled the prototype SS9000 synthesized HF amateur radio transceiver. Now a collector of everything Heathkit, he h ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain’s Chicago Business technology reporter John Pletz about the architect who won the bid for O’Hare’s new global terminal. Plus: Bill to lift ban on rent control fails in Springfield, Streeterville retail complex for sale, homes in Chicago deemed more affordable than in most big cities, M ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with business leader and Chicago Blackhawks Chairman Rocky Wirtz about items on the business community's agenda for the city's next mayor. Plus: A Jeanne Gang group is picked for the prized new O'Hare terminal, Crain's endorses Lori Lightfoot in the mayoral race, Chicago chefs are among finalists ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain's Chicago Business political columnist Greg Hinz about next week's mayoral election. Plus: Trump asks the courts to end Obamacare, McDonald's invests $300 million in its digital future, Midwest floods threaten recovery hopes in the agricultural sector, a $35 billion Airbus deal deliver ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain's Chicago Business senior reporter Steve Daniels about the latest on Illinois' prepaid tuition saga. Plus: A new poll reveals a big lead for mayoral candidate Lori Lightfoot, developer Sterling Bay wants to build a 47-story Michigan Avenue tower, Chicago law firm Mayer Brown fires a pa ...…
 
Neil King, VA7DX, shares his ham radio story that began as a kid when is father introduced him to the Morse code. Now after almost 40 years, Neil has over 16 DXpeditions under his belt and continues to enjoy traveling and operating CW from some of the most remote locations in the World. When he his not traveling as an international IT consultan ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain’s Chicago Business political reporter Greg Hinz about the latest in U of I South Loop research center funding. Plus: University of Notre Dame admits a bigger share of alums' kids enrolled at the school than Harvard and Yale, Groupon staff cutbacks, SEC loses fraud case over developer's ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist: Host Amy Guth talks with Crain’s Chicago Business senior reporter Alby Gallun about the latest in the Chicago Spire saga. Plus: Pritzker sets strict funding conditions for a South Loop research center, Boeing-FAA scrutiny gets stepped up as the U.S. probes the Max's approval, the FDA puts a partial hold on the trial ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist: Host Amy Guth talks with Crain’s Chicago Business residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin about his "This house sold for less than . . .” feature on social media. Plus: Jones Lang LaSalle to buy HFF in a $2 billion deal, Foxconn says its Wisconsin factory will be operational in 2020, why Chicago’s co-working ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist: Host Amy Guth talks with Crain’s Chicago Business tech reporter John Pletz about breaking news out of Argonne National Laboratory. Plus: Winning City Council approval may turn out to be the easy part for Sterling Bay’s massive Lincoln Yards development project, Chicago’s Cresco Labs buys a Florida marijuana company ...…
 
Collecting and investing in rare coins at the upper levels of the hobby requires more than just money, it requires considerable amounts of knowledge, patience, and a great eye for quality.In this episode of the CoinWeek Podcast, we talk with Certified Acceptance Corporation (CAC) president John Albanese about a number of topics that will prove ...…
 
Joe Lynch, N6CL, began his ham radio story over 50 years ago in Bonita, California. After a stint in Vietnam, an amateur radio journalist for CQ Magazine focused on VHF and above, and a career as minister, Joe, is now the director of religious education at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. Both he and his wife, Carol, ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist: Citadel chief Ken Griffin considered moving his company's headquarters from Chicago to New York, according to a bombshell report from Bloomberg News. Plus: A proposed massive development plan near Soldier Field is unveiled, a new 76-story skyscraper is underway in River North, a local software startup that connects ...…
 
United will keep its headquarters at Willis Tower, Boeing global controversy continues to widen, Lincoln Yards megaproject set for City Council vote, Chicago’s first new building code in 70 years, and Verizon names Chicago as one of two cities to which it will offer 5G service. Host Amy Guth also speaks with Crain’s Chicago business reporter Br ...…
 
Today on Crain's Daily Gist: Boeing faces a global grounding, a proposal to bring wind energy from Iowa to Chicago, Midwest business school rankings, more funding for Chicago ventures FoodBoss and HealthJoy, and an empty building on State Street sells for over $9 million. Host Amy Guth interviews Crain’s Chicago Business commercial real estate ...…
 
Today on Crains Daily Gist podcast, a look at Boeing in the wake of crash of Ethopian airlines flight 302, businesses increasingly looking at options to insure against workplace shootings, Chicago Symphony Orchestra musicians on strike, more news in the West Loop development boom, Milwaukee announced as 2020 Democratic convention site, and Amit ...…
 
Sputnik and an uncle inspired George Allison, K1IG, to become a radio amateur. George had a long and successful US Navy career where radio was always the center of his activity including MARS stations, a visit to the South Pole, and the operation of very high powered VLF and ELF stations around the World. George promotes the Wordsworth method o ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist, a look at Uber’s reported expansion in Chicago, a potential merger between Rush and Swedish Covenant , a look at United Airlines’ new system to help passengers avoid missing connecting flights, Larry Richman stepping down early as CIBC U.S. chief and Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s music director Riccardo Muti’s sides ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist, a look at the AON merger that ended soon after it began, a study about a disparity in how male and female scientists are funded by the NIH, as well as Sterling Bay setting up what could be one of the most expensive hotel sales ever in Chicago. And a look at questions raised by Kraft Heinz around standard and non-sta ...…
 
Today, on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth takes a look at the latest in the Lincoln Yards development project, at Legislation being reintroduced that could change workers’ claims against companies in bankruptcy, at a new bailout project for Illinois lawmakers, and at Rush Health System’s patient data breach. Also, while fees may go up and sea ...…
 
Today on Crain’s Daily Gist: Walgreens new initiative to help manage some of the side effects of cancer treatment, Options Clearing shift in capital plan, a look at local players and the future of healthcare, start-up hub 1871’s revenue, and how the pharmaceutical company behind Humira is facing questions about patents. Host Amy Guth also talks ...…
 
Tonight on the Saturday Night Special: Amy is back again with her annual book show and this year it’s three more amazing authors with books you cannot miss. Author and film critic Elizabeth Weitzman highlights 50 women who have had an incredible impact on media in “Renegade Women in Film and TV“. From early trailblazers like Hedy Lamarr and Hat ...…
 
Jay Slough, K4ZLE, has over 60 years in the amateur radio hobby and still enjoys CW as his primary operating mode. An accomplished DXpeditioner, having operated in over 40 DX entities including South Sandwich Island. Always ready to extend the hand of friendship, either by knocking on the doors of houses with amateur antennas or sharing his own ...…
 
The new Crain’s Daily Gist podcast starts Monday March 4. Get a head start on tomorrow during your commute home today. Listen to our roundup of essential Chicago headlines and analysis from Crain’s reporters and host Amy Guth. In this teaser segment, Amy tells you about her background and what to expect from the show. Presented by Wintrust.…
 
Andre Hansen, K6AH, and his team of open source developers have taken amateur radio mesh networking to a new level with AREDN, that allows commercial low cost WIFI routers and access points to be used to build out local and regional broadband networks in the amateur bands above 2 GHz. Andre and I discuss this technology and its possibilities fo ...…
 
Kristen McIntyre, K6WX, is the president of the Palo Alto Amateur Radio Club, in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley, and an ARRL Pacific Division Vice Director. Trained as an MIT electronic engineer, she was an entrepreneur for many years in Japan. Kristen is a much sought after speaker at amateur radio conventions and forums. Antenna des ...…
 
Tonight on the Saturday Night Special, Amy Guth takes a deep dive into one of the most beloved beverages on Earth: whiskey. Whether you spell it with an “e” or without it, whiskey is a storied spirit steeped in so much tradition and history that we just had to talk about it. Author and bourbon expert Fred Minnick joins us from Kentucky to take ...…
 
Richard Dillman, W6AWO, is the founding member of the Maritime Radio Historical Society, where they preserve the skills, traditions, and folklore of maritime telegraph operators, from the California Bay Area coastal station, KSM. The “Summer of Love” brought Richard to California, in the Sixties, to pursue broadcast engineering and a 30 year ca ...…
 
In this episode of Guth & Huppke on Politics, the duo discusses the State of the Union address, the state of Virginia politics, Guth’s disembodied soul, and the best ways to not be a dumb idiot. Follow @amyguth and @rexhuppke on Twitter. No, for real. You should.
 
Even sophisticated collectors stand to benefit by having a second set of trained eyes look over prospective coins before making a purchase. In this episode of the CoinWeek Podcast, we dig deep into the topic of auction representation and why professional numismatists have a major edge over collectors when it comes to evaluating and picking out ...…
 
Dan Gravereaux, N1ZZ, began his ham radio story as a kid leading to a career in electronics, a stint at the CBS Labs working on quadraphonic sound, and later founding West Mountain Radio creators of the Rigblaster interfaces for HF digital modes. West Mountain Radio also popularized the ubiquitous Anderson Power Poles that we all use now and lo ...…
 
Fred Lloyd, AA7BQ, is the creator of perhaps the Internet’s oldest ham radio resource, QRZ.com. With over 700 thousand subscribers, QRZ.com is the goto place for hams wanting to look up other hams in its call sign database. It does however, have a large number of other resources available to amateurs that Fred and Eric, 4Z1UG, discuss in this Q ...…
 
In this episode, Guth and Huppke discuss the President’s strange Twitter rhyme, the state of the State of the Union, the Covington video and issues that arise when looking at crowds. And, Guth issues a challenge for dudes. Because Guth gonna Guth. Follow your podcast heroes at @amyguth and @rexhuppke on Twitter. They generally don’t miscapitali ...…
 
Join Amy today for a packed Wintrust Business Lunch on the latest news and headlines. First, Amy speaks with Tim Higgins, a reporter at The Wall Street Journal covering tech and autos, to discuss the hype and concerns for driverless car technology. Then, she speaks with Lauren Zumbach, a business reporter for the Chicago Tribune, for an update ...…
 
Ray Waldemar, WA6NVL, was an early adopter of electronic technology that found its way into amateur radio including the first Apple 1 computer, first instances of D-Star, and now DMR. Active on HF, VHF, UHF, and Microwave, from SSB to satellites. Ray just likes it all to the technical challenge and the social connections made from almost 50 yea ...…
 
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