show episodes
 
THE ELECTRONIC WERKSHOP TEW is a weekly Podcast show to hear Club Dj Mixes from around the world! TEW covers every genre of dance music by bringing bedroom to international DJ mixes from around the world for you to enjoy! Visit the Website at http://djscy.blogspot.com for more information on the TEW Radio Factor EDM News and please donate below via Paypal to help keep this Blog and Podcast show on the net! HOSTED BY DJ Scy and Producer SheL
 
Hosted by comedian Jim Tews, “Quitting Comedy” is a sit-down with comics, writers, and performers that focuses on why its guests keep pursuing such a silly endeavor, and what they’d be doing with their lives if they'd taken a different path. It’s a little bit about being a comedian, and a lot about being a person. Email the podcast - quittingcomedypodcast@gmail.com
 
The Believe. Strive. Achieve. Endurance Podcast brings expert and everyday athletes together and synthesises the information to help you get faster. We’ll cover topics from physiology to psychology, to injury to winning and everything in between for endurance loving athletes. Hosted by one of our expert coaches, Diogo Custodio, we ensure that whoever the guest is, there is something that you can take-away, learn and use straight away in your own quest to conquering your own performance. Join ...
 
Functional Philosophy is the weekly Q&A podcast that helps you develop the philosophical foundations required to achieve certainty, success, and happiness. Subscribe to hear Objectivist philosopher Charles Tew answer your questions on Ayn Rand's philosophy and its application to politics, career, romance, and more. New episodes on Mondays.
 
Welcome to This Thing Called Movement! Join us as we expand our understanding and awareness of the multi-faceted, often unspoken, ways movement influences and heals us. From the physical to the mental, emotional to the spiritual, there is so much movement richness in the world that we aren't aware of. We'll debunk myths, share expert advice and gain insight into our guests' personal movement experiences and the transformations that resulted. Step in for inspiring conversations that empower y ...
 
The Oral History Center (formerly the Regional Oral History Office), which was founded in 1954 and is a division of The Bancroft Library, documents the history of California, the nation, and the interconnected global arena. The OHC produces carefully researched, audio/video-recorded and transcribed oral histories and interpretative historical materials for the widest possible use.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Huge shoutout to Michigan State point guard Davis Smith for joining the show this week. Davis and Jackson preview Michigan State's team heading into e 2021-2022 college basketball season. They also discuss his dad and former NBA All-Star Steve Smith. Davis reveals the team in the Big 10 that he thinks will give MSU the toughest test on their quest …
 
Do you remember what it was like when you first started keeping bees? Beekeeping was easier years ago, and most of us wanted more bees, more hives, more skills, more of everything beekeeping. But there’s a next chapter. Beekeepers today are better educated because there’s more to do now. So, it’s not wrong to want to take a day, a week, a whole sea…
 
There are, in most places, a mix of native and invasive plants that our bees will visit because they don’t distinguish good from bad, noxious from native. They are looking for food, regardless of the source. This week Kim and Jim touch on a few of these, and try and come up with some recommendations and perhaps some plans on dealing with invasive p…
 
Sad news at The Wildlife Garden Podcast HQ as the largest tree on our terrace was felled by a neighbour. We lament its loss then tell you what you can do to protect trees in your area and how to choose one for your own garden. We also host Helen Bostock for the second part of her interview about wildlife gardening with the RHS, then profile the fab…
 
If you have to feed your bees this fall, something probably went wrong this summer. Spring feeding, or feeding packages or splits is maybe more common, but there are some things to think about if you have to feed your bees in the fall. Is what went wrong the fault of your bees, your management, or the environment your bees have to live in. Too many…
 
Think about honey bees overwintering in a tree. There’s 4 to 6 inches of insulation, pretty good ventilation, and it’s lined with propolis. Now think of our bees living in a box with less than an inch of wood for protection. We pretty much don’t think of wintering anymore. There’s lots of bees, swarms, we can replace what we lose easily…. well, it …
 
We host the head wildlife gardener at the RHS, Helen Bostock, as our guest this week. We chat all about the work behind the scenes on the Plants for Bugs and Plants for Pollinators projects as well as her ongoing work encouraging us all to garden with wildlife in mind. As our native plant of the week, we take a look at chef's favourite Oregano. Fin…
 
There’s a saying – Winter Begins in August and it’s already September. It’s time to start thinking about getting ready for winter. What can and what should you be thinking about? Well, if winter is cold where you are, can you move your bees to somewhere that’s warm? If moving bees is at all possible. What about indoor wintering? It used to be popul…
 
Right now, you have to make some decisions about how to overwinter your colonies. If you live in the deep south, there probably isn’t much to think about. But if you live north of warm winter weather, there’s a lot that has to be done. One of these tasks is what to do with a couple of small, weak colonies, because they are just not big enough to ma…
 
Some athletes struggle to find the best way to manage the pressure that sometimes they put themselves for a race, in this episode, Coach Philip tells how to manage the anxiety and the nerves that athletes often have before a big event and have the best experience on the big day.By Diogo Custodio
 
Beekeepers are very often asked to help friends or neighbors that have “bee” problems…. honey bees, carpenter bees, yellow jackets, hornets, bumblebees and the like. But most of us aren’t exterminators. We don’t have the tools, the experience, or the time to help. But “can’t you just get rid of them for me?” lets you know they think you know how to…
 
Moths are stunning and fascinating creatures that share our gardens. This episode we talk about what they are, why they are important and how we can help them! We also share our enthusiasm for the year-round beauty that is Viburnum opulus, or the Guelder Rose. Find all the information and links mentioned in the episode on our website Ellies Wellies…
 
Gabe Greene previews his preseason top 10 CFB rankings (7:15). The boys discuss high school star Emoni Bates committing to Penny Hardaway and the Memphis Tigers (55:19). Jackson recaps CM Punk's epic return to professional wrestling (1:16:40). Enjoy! Use the code "POD10" to get 10% off your purchase at dbjourney.com: https://bit.ly/37cP8YP For more…
 
When you finish extracting your honey crop, you have frames that have sticky, gooey honey in the cells, and on the frame surfaces. There may be some crystalized honey in some of the cells, too. Maybe even some pollen stored there. So how do you clean up this mess so when you go to store the supers with these frames in them for the winter, they will…
 
In this episode, we have an interesting chat with coach Kevin Smith. Kevin is a cycling and triathlon enthusiast and a coach. He has worked with Tri Training Harder for the past couple of years and has been cycling coaching and guiding from his house in France for years before that. After living in New Zealand for four years, Kevin has moved to Fra…
 
What do you do about ugly or mean bees? It can be difficult to determine which colony in a beeyard with several colonies is the one, or maybe one of several, that has scouting guard bees meet you at the gate when you go to a beeyard. If you can determine which colony is the one with the problems, why is it behaving so aggressively? Several reasons …
 
In his episode, we meet Coach Sorrel Williams: a passionate and extroverted coach that tells us her story of how she changed her past from generally not a sportsperson to become a Triathlon Coach and a full-distance triathlon finisher. Sorrel never had any background in sports and didn’t even know how to swim when she started, but that didn’t stop …
 
Every spring we beekeepers buy packages and set up nucs. Come summer, we start to look at what is going right and what may be going… well… not so right. Or at least, something is going but we’re not quite certain just what! In this episode, Kim and Jim discuss the hives they started this past spring and compare notes. They’re only 30 miles apart an…
 
Huge shoutout to England's finest, Richie Fallows, for joining the podcast this week. We get into Richie's backstory and discuss the current trajectory his career is on today. We cover a wide array of topics that you won't want to miss. Kick back relax and ENJOY episode 36 of The Bragman Breakdown! For more Bragman Breakdown content, follow us on I…
 
For our latest book club we read the charming guide to 'Making a Wildflower Meadow' by Pam Lewis. We also chat about the beguiling Bramble which is a boon for your autumn crumbles and wildlife too! Find all the information and links mentioned in the episode on our website Ellies Wellies - Meadow making and beguiling Brambles Support the podcast and…
 
Beekeepers talk a lot about not having enough food or enough good food for their bees due to all manner of development, agriculture spread, and agriculture in general. To help fix that problem beekeepers should be looking at doing some planting for bees, which is what Kim and Jim talk about this week. But it’s not as simple as it might sound. If yo…
 
In this episode we recover last week’s Coaches on the Couch where Coach Philip has guided us through the process of reflecting on a race and the details we need to to be aware of when racing. With the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games happening at this time, this is the perfect moment for you to learn as much as possible about the aspects of racing and what…
 
Episode 35 is one of our best yet! Huge thanks to JP Tew for joining the show this week to discuss his college recruiting experience as well as his time training with professional squash's number 1 Spaniard: Borja Golan. Goose and Jackson also previewed tonight’s NBA draft. Enjoy! For more Bragman Breakdown content, follow us on Instagram: @bragman…
 
Kim and Jim ask some interesting questions this week, maybe some you’ve asked yourself, or perhaps you asked a close friend. For instance, should a colony being used for honey production spend time and energy raising drones? Or should a beekeeper be getting rid of drones? There are some who believe so. And where do you go to get good information wh…
 
Hello! Sorry we've been uncharacteristicly quiet recently! Don't worry we're all fine...especially Uncle Bilbo. The reason we've been away it partially cos Wars of the Roses killed us off....but mostly because! LIVE SHOWS ARE BACK! 7th and 8th of August all four silly boys will be a Scarborough castle knocking the rust off each other with big lumps…
 
This episode was all over the place but was still a ton of fun as the boys discussed the ramifications of the Milwaukee Bucks winning the 2021 NBA Championship! Use this link to get 35% off your purchase at Blinds.com: https://blinds.gnv2.net/c/2544961/1102431/9086 For more Bragman Breakdown content, follow us on Instagram: @bragmanbreakdownpod…
 
Have you ever had European Foulbrood (EFB) in one or more of your hives? How do you know if it was EFB? What does it look like? What does it smell like? Does it smell like American Foulbrood (AFB), or look like AFB? If you’re not sure, how do you find out? Who can you call? And what can you do about it if it is EFB? Burn, treat, scorch, feed, let i…
 
If you've enjoyed a break from the lawn during 'No Mow May' but ended up with 'just grass', then we hope in this episode to convince you of the beauty and importance of grasses in their own right for both humans and wildlife. We also take a look at a stunning plant often found amongst the tall grass, the ruby jewel that is Sanguisorba officinalis. …
 
In this episode, we chat to Coach Soraya. Soraya is enthusiastic with a huge passion for the sport. She came to Triathlon coaching after some time working as a PT. For our coached athletes, she’s famous for her Strength and Conditioning workouts and if you met her on one of our camps, you will know her for her big smile and positive outlook on the …
 
Today we are excited to talk to Matt Bernstein, the founder of Ape Co Movement School, a movement school based in Colorado with locations in Denver and Boulder. Matt is a former professional firefighter and ski patroller, as well as a long time student of Ido Portal. He considers himself a life-long learner, playing as many instruments as he can, m…
 
It’s been hot in Ohio so far this summer (and a lot of other places too) but it’s also been wet. Hot and wet can make keeping bees a lot harder than normal. Kim and Jim talk about hot summers and their bees. Kick the air conditioner down a couple of degrees, pour yourself a glass of your favorite beverage and listen in. Jim is visiting up in Michig…
 
Pretty much every triathlete has posed the question: “how can I improve my run?” when looking at the results list. “Improving my run” is the most common request that athletes have when come to us for coaching. In this episode, we listen to the Coaches on the Couch, where Coaches Alan, Diogo and Philip discuss how can you run faster off the bike and…
 
How many colonies had to be replaced last year? How many in winter, summer, total? How many beekeepers were surveyed? How many commercial operations, how many sideline operations, and how many hobby beekeepers? It used to be called the annual colony loss survey, but even that has changed because one thing they have found is that colony counts aren’…
 
In this episode we get to know Isabel Tew, a positive and energetic person who talks to us about the benefits of learning and applying breathing techniques not just throughout our day but also for focussing through workouts and racing. Isabel has a Yoga background and has been studying about meditation and breathing techniques in order to help peop…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login