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Welcome aboard Osaka To Ibiza Radio, offering service direct from your headphones to Ibiza! Mika Kitten will guide your journey, presenting you with a continuous mix of of the latest and hottest techno, tech house and progressive house tracks. During the trip your imagination will take you to some of the wildest parties and steamiest clubs around, surrounded by the clear blue sea, wonderful nature and the most beautiful sunset in the world.
 
As a sportscaster at ESPN and ABC for more than three decades, I can’t tell you how many times a week someone asks me “Fowler! Who you got?” Instead of answering Bama. Or Clemson. Serena. Or Osaka... I can now tell them “I’ve got” a roster of great guests sharing their stories, passions, and life experiences. This is not a sports podcast. But you’ll recognize many of them from the sports world. Wherever this pod takes us (into humor, wellness, music, travel, who knows?) I think you’ll find t ...
 
Each week, host Kevin O'Shea interviews people about some of the most fascinating aspects of life in Japan. Topics such as culture, music, history, as well as living and working in Japan are covered. If you're interested in traveling or working in Japan or love anime, manga and want to know more about how cool Japan can be, than the Just Japan Podcast is for you.
 
[Official Web Site]http://www.sen10se.com/music [Profile]I'm a DJ from OSAKA JAPAN. I want to do DJ any place other than Japan. If I can have booking, I'm very glad. I love house music especially. My podcast is all live DJ Mix. I don't use the music software. Please feel free to give your message and booking :> Thanks.?saijo@sen10se.com [Track list]http://www.sen10se.com/music [Myspace]http://www.myspace.com/saijotraxx [facebook]http://www.facebook.com/saijooooo [Mail Address]saijo@sen10se.c ...
 
Created and hosted by award-winning journalist Farai Chideya, Our Body Politic is unapologetically centered on reporting on not just how women of color experience the major political events of today, but how they're impacting those very issues. Weekly episodes feature in-depth conversations about the economy, health, politics, education, the environment, and the most prescient issues—because all issues are women's issues. Tune in every Friday everywhere you listen to podcasts, and on public ...
 
Looking to whet your sports appetite? Listen to what the new kid on the block has to offer on The JAYREELZ Podcast. This is your one-stop sports market on all that's happening in the world of the diamond, gridiron, ice, hardwood, golf course, race track, tennis court, you name it. Opinionated, entertaining, knowledgeable, informative and credible, your host will keep the casual and rabid fans on their toes with passionate and unforgiving sports talk like no other.
 
A tennis podcast to feed your passion for the game! We are tennis fans that interview tennis professionals and discuss tips, news, and reviews for your game. Our mission is to help bring the tennis community together and help grow the sport. Host Phillip Kim is the Tennis Pro at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, CA and Director of Tennis for the City of Azusa, CA. Our global Fan Favorite reporters share their passion for their favorite players and our reviews and giveaways help you d ...
 
Dana Zen Center was founded in the Paris suburb of Montreuil in 1994 byRoshi Catherine Genno Pagès, a lineage holder in the Soto school, to offer regular Zen teaching and meditation in a nonresidential, urban setting. Its members form a community of lay practitioners who seek to honor the integrity of the ancient Zen tradition while integrating the practice into daily, modern life. The Dana practice center is a nonresidential house in an urban setting on the eastern edge of Paris.There are d ...
 
Pull up a chair and pour a Tiki mug full of Malibu rum and enjoy a few good brothers talking shop about pro wrestling from Japan to Tonga and all points in-between on this MLW Radio Network exclusive podcast.Hosted by Tama Tonga, this podcast series takes you back to the Tokyo Dome Hotel as Tama and friends discuss New Japan Pro-Wrestling and more!
 
The Odlum Brown VanOpen is Western Canada’s largest and most celebrated tennis event. It offers a total of $208,320 USD in prize money and provides players the opportunity to gain valuable world-ranking points on both the ATP and WTA Tours. It annually attracts 130 international and professional players from over 33 countries. Milos Raonic, Maria Sharapova, Andy Murray, Johanna Konta, Kevin Anderson, Eugenie Bouchard, Vasek Pospisil, Marion Bartoli, Naomi Osaka and Karolina Pliskova are amon ...
 
This podcast centers around the lives of two open mic comedians, Micah Hanner and JD Etheridge, from Greensboro, NC. You'll get to hear their stories, goals, and overall opinions on what it means to be an open mic comic. These episodes will also feature a bunch of other comics from the North Carolina scene; each comic brings their own background, level of experience, and ambitions to the conversation. This Podcast is great for anyone thinking about trying comedy for the first time, other ope ...
 
Host Lisa Stone discusses the various aspects of developing a tennis player from beginner through the juniors to college and beyond. Her weekly guests include experts in coaching, parenting, mental toughness, fitness & nutrition, technology & equipment, and college recruiting. Stone provides invaluable information for parents, players, and coaches. Sponsored by 10sballs.com.
 
After surviving the console wars of the 1990s, the Bit War Veterans are here to bring you current and retro gaming news and discussions, connecting games of the past back to the future! Join the hosts, Meow Te Ching and Max Inventory on Twitter @BitWarVets to share your video game memories!
 
Open Stance Audio, presented by Cliff Drysdale Tennis, is a new Monday-Friday podcast focusing on the tennis industry. From pro tennis commentary, instruction, technique, technology and guest interviews, tennis lovers of all kinds are encouraged to listen in. Featuring a short and sweet 10 minute format, get your tennis fix each day with Open Stance Audio!
 
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News editor Joel Tansey discusses the impact of Naomi Osaka’s support for the Black Lives Matter movement both in the U.S. and Japan, and what a new wave of activism in sports might mean for next summer's Tokyo Olympics. Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Democrats Abroad Japan, a volunteer organization that helps Americans overseas register to …
 
Welcome to Season 9, Episode 37, of the ParentingAces Podcast. This week, Lisa speaks with former UCLA Men's Tennis standout, Karue Sell, about his recent gig as US Open Women's Singles Champion, Naomi Osaka's, hitting partner, and his move into the world of Tennis Technology. The impetus behind this week's pod was a tweet Karue posted recently: He…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Our Body Politic, created by award-winning journalist Farai Chideya. This episode digs into the controversies surrounding the Census with actor and activist Alfre Woodard. Farai talks to two lawyers leading the campaign to put a Black woman on the Supreme Court. Errin Haines of The 19th and Jess Morales Rocketto of t…
 
US OPEN 2020 ReCap and Tennis News! It was definitely the strangest Grand Slam we have experienced. I got to say it was great to be obsessed with tennis again and try to follow all the matches on ESPN and youtube. In this episode we cover the Theim vs Zveverv Mens Final & Naomi Osaka vs Victoria Azarenka Women's finals. We also discuss breakout run…
 
MyTennisHQ co-founder and member of #TeamOsaka Karue Sell joins the show to talk about Naomi’s run to the 2020 US Open title, life in the bubble, the formation of the PTPA, and so much more!! Don’t forget to give a 5 star review with your twitter/instagram handle for a chance to win some FREE CR gear!! This episode brought to you by: Midwest Sports…
 
With the dust having settled on Roland Garros, the tennis season stutters on, and Catherine, David and Matt are back to talk about everything that was weird and wonderful in Cologne 1 and St Petersburg, including dogs on sun loungers, a live band at changeovers, and a 40-minute Eurovision-style closing ceremony. How motivated are we to watch non-Gr…
 
This week Farai Chideya explores the ideological diversity among women of color with Shirlene Ostrov, the Chairman of the Hawaii Republican Party, and Dr. Leah Wright Rigueur, a leading expert on Black Republicans. "Rise" looks closer at feminism and social issues, from China to the U.S. with writer Frankie Huang, and a provocative discussion of Bl…
 
Rafael Nadal has won the 20th singles major of his career by winning the Roland Garros title. This was also his most convincing win in a major final over arch rival Novak Djokovic. This win puts Nadal with Roger Federer at the top of the ladder for most singles major titles. Iga Swiatek also made history by becoming the first polish major winner in…
 
Founders of both Strive Tennis Academy and the Match Tennis App Heath Waters and Lindsay Lee-Waters join the show today’s show to talk about the many ways by which the Match Tennis App can help tennis players across the country reach their goals, and discuss the ways the app can help both facilitate the running of a tournament and ensure safety and…
 
Welcome to Season 9, Episode 38, of the ParentingAces Podcast. This week Lisa speaks with Coach Heath Waters and his son, Heath Paul, about their travels to Europe to train with coaches who developed Grand Slam Champions. To watch the video version: https://youtu.be/Kc_wObEWgG8 With junior tournaments on hold here in the US, Coach Heath Waters deci…
 
James revels in predicting Nadal to win the French Open (duh?), George predicts the next five years of tennis and Calvin recounts the tale of the worst player he has ever seen.NB This is a raw recording of the lads on a new app called Locker Room, which is providing us with the chance to podcast remotely during a time when we otherwise would not be…
 
Plenty of non stop, fast paced, action packed sports talk to digest as I feed you Episode #159 for your earbuds & speakers. On deck:(2:40) The definition of greatness and how it relates to LeBron James! Also, the end of the regurgitated narrative on whether he’s the GOAT or not!(12:09) An NBA Finals recap as the Lakers win their 12th title in Los A…
 
Rafael Nadal has won Roland Garros for a 13th time, equaling Roger Federer's record for the most Grand Slam men's singles titles, after crushing his other great rival, Novak Djokovic, 6-0, 6-2, 7-5. We discuss whether Nadal's incredible level surprised Djokovic, the astute tactical performance that Nadal put in, Djokovic's persistent use of the dro…
 
The youngest Roland Garros champion since Monica Seles. The most dominating Roland Garros title run since Stefanie Graf. The first Grand Slam singles champion from Poland. 19-year-old Iga Swiatek checked off quite a few boxes in Paris, where she lost just 28 games to capture her first major title. The thoughtful teenager joins the podcast to reflec…
 
Tennis has a new star after Iga Swiatek completed a record-breaking run to her first Grand Slam title at Roland Garros, beating Sofia Kenin in the same dominant fashion she'd seen off the rest of the field. Catherine, David and Matt review the match, salute Swiatek, consider the wider significance of the result, and look ahead to Rafael Nadal vs. N…
 
The most abnormal of Grand Slam tennis seasons will end with something very normal: the 56th instalment of Rafael Nadal vs. Novak Djokovic in the Roland Garros final. On the podcast, Catherine, David and Matt discuss how both players made it there. How well did Nadal have to play against Diego Schwartzman? Did he get nervous towards the end? What h…
 
This week Farai Chideya talks with California Congresswoman Barbara Lee about housing, climate change and Covid in the East Bay Area. Dr. Jonathan Metzl breaks down how the country’s racial hierarchy affects healthcare access for white Americans. Our weekly Covid update looks at the frontline workers exposed in the White House, and the impact of th…
 
The only possible way to follow yesterday’s Four Whisky Law podcast was to invite the one and only Mary Carillo on for a chat. She joined to share her views on women's finalists Sofia Kenin and Iga Swiatek, preview Friday's men's semi-finals, and discuss her experience of this year's Roland Garros. In the second half of the show, Catherine, David a…
 
Joining us this week on “Getting to The Point” powered by ArrowBar is Damon Henkel. Damon is a former USTA Junior national champion, a three time All-American at the University of Florida, and has coached at the collegiate, ATP, and club level. He stops by to share his wealth of knowledge on all topics tennis. The biggest takeaway was one that seem…
 
Ginny is probably best known for her 2018 translation of "Convenience Store Woman," the bestselling novel by Sayaka Murata, which won the prestigious Akutagawa Prize when it was first published in Japanese in 2016. Like the original, the English translation was a bestseller, and the author and translator have collaborated again to translate Murata’…
 
Where was all the aggro in Kenin vs. Collins? How did Tsitsipas turn the match around against Rublev? How concerning is Djokovic’s neck problem? And who will reach the women’s final? Those were the big questions for Catherine, David and Matt to discuss after a Wednesday at Roland Garros which didn’t quite live up to the heights of previous days. Bu…
 
There are no night sessions at this year’s French Open, but that didn’t stop play on Day 10 finishing at 1:25am in Paris after an epic match between Diego Schwartzman and Dominic Thiem provided the “embouteillage” which Catherine predicted. On the podcast, Catherine, David and Matt (1.00) discuss how Schwartzman’s nerves vs Thiem’s physical struggl…
 
Is Alexander Zverev a risk to tennis in a post-Covid world? Does Novak Djokovic have a better opportunity than ever to beat Rafael Nadal in a French Open final? Who on earth is going to win the women's singles?George Bellshaw, James Gray and Calvin Betton discuss all this and more.NB This is a raw recording of the lads on a new app called Locker Ro…
 
The best aspect of our podcast is our Fan Favorite Reporters who provide their passionate news about their favorite players. This episode covers the news since the US OPEN and Rome. It’s especially interesting to hear all the details from these players private lives. From Catherine, we learn about Rafael Nadal’s exhibition celebrating his Nadal Aca…
 
After a very wet day at Roland Garros, we discuss the wins and performances of Australian Open champions Novak Djokovic and Sofia Kenin, the poignancy felt by seeing Petra Kvitova tear up and Grigor Dimitrov lose to Stefanos Tsitsipas, the ingredients missing from Karen Khachanov, the Hamburg final re-match that's set between Tsitsipas and Andrey R…
 
The color of the leaves are changing, the temperature is getting cooler, but the sports universe is always packing heat as I dissect and deliver all that’s going on with Episode 158. On deck:(2:44) COVID stakes its claim on the NFL. The effect that its had on the league the past week. Is there a shutdown in sight? (13:52) NFL winners & losers of We…
 
Electric matches, comebacks, breakthrough performances, and a heavy dose of controversy: Sunday at Roland Garros felt like a proper Grand Slam day. Catherine, David and Matt got stuck into it all on the podcast. Why did Zverev play despite displaying covid symptoms? Does the responsibility to prevent that from happening lie with Zverev or the tourn…
 
2020/10/4Ps Luke Kennedy ルーク ケネディ牧師Categories: Video: https://osaka.mylifehouse.com/tv/message/passion-poured-outPassion poured out! 情熱が注がれた!Mark 14:3-9 TPTNow Jesus was in Bethany, in the home of Simon, a man Jesus had healed of leprosy. Not everyone is going to be happy though... 嬉しく思わない人もいた・・・[4] But some were highly indignant when they saw this…
 
2020/10/4Ps Adrian Van Zyl エイドリアン・ヴァンジール牧師Categories: Video: https://osaka.mylifehouse.com/tv/message/jesus-can-heal-you-in-your-home/2Jesus can heal you in your homeイエスはあなたの家で癒すことができる(Luke 7:1-10 NLT) 'When Jesus had finished saying all this to the people, he returned to Capernaum. (2) At that time the highly valued slave of a Roman officer was si…
 
2020/10/4Ps Tasuke Nakaoka 中岡 太助牧師Categories: Video: https://osaka.mylifehouse.com/tv/message/not-to-be-served-but-to-serve/2仕えられるためではなく、仕えるためにいるNot to be served but to serve(マタイ20:24-28 JCB) ほかの十人の弟子たちは、ヤコブとヨハネがイエスにどんな願い事をしたかを聞いて、ひどく腹を立てました。(25) そこでイエスは、彼らを呼び集め、言われました。「この世の普通の人たちの間では、王は暴君であり、役人は部下にいばり散らすものです。 (26) だが、あなたがたの間では違います。リーダーになりたい者は、仕える者…
 
Simon Briggs, quarantining at home in the UK after returning from Roland Garros, joins Catherine, David and Matt to share his experience of being in Paris, his thoughts on the event so far, how he sees the tournament progressing next week, and the reasons behind Britain’s doubles success. We also discuss the main results from Saturday which introdu…
 
As the rain poured down at Roland Garros on Day 6, some matches failed to deliver on the hype, while others brought unexpected drama and two French players provided rays of sunshine. Catherine, David and Matt discussed it all on the podcast. Roof and unadvertised night sessions keep tournament on track (0-4 mins) Wawrinka – OUT, Thiem vs Wawrinka –…
 
This week on Our Body Politic, Farai Chideya talks with Congresswoman Deb Haaland of New Mexico about leading with her Laguna Pueblo heritage. Farai digs into politics and the economy in conversations about income taxes and the role of disinformation in our elections. Our weekly Covid update puts President Trump’s diagnosis in context with other im…
 
It took until Day 5, but David has finally got a prediction correct! We rejoice about that, discuss a day which didn't exactly catch fire in terms of epic matches but did deliver numerous talking points, and hear from an angry Denis Shapovalov about the non-existent Roland Garros 'bubble'. Return of Ostapenko, fall of Pliskova (0.00) Fiona Ferro - …
 
Just when we thought the 2020 French Open couldn’t get any weirder, Day 4 began with a Sonic Boom over Paris as a fighter plane broke the sound barrier, and this was followed by Serena Williams withdrawing from the tournament with an Achilles injury. Elsewhere, we discuss Anna Karolina Schmiedlova's story after she beat Victoria Azarenka, the drama…
 
USC Men’s Tennis HC Brett Masi joins Host Alex Gruskin to discuss the current landscape of the college tennis world. Coach Masi offers his reaction to Minnesota and Iowa cutting their men’s tennis programs, shares the difficulties coaches face during an extended recruiting dead period, and talks about the ways he and his team have continued to work…
 
Japan Times food editor Claire Williamson joins Deep Dive to discuss her new found passion for Aspergillus oryzae, the mold better known in Japan as kōji. Jeremy Umansky and Rich Shih, authors of "Koji Alchemy: Rediscovering the Magic of Mold-based Fermentation," also give us the lowdown on what makes the mold so exciting for them. Hosted by Oscar …
 
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