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UC Merced’s Radio Stations, Bobcat Radio, delivers you news, entertainment, and community discourse from UC Merced and the Merced community. Check out our official website here: bobcatradio.ucmerced.edu or email us at BobcatRadio@ucmerced.edu
 
Radio Geonosis is a Star Wars focused podcast hosted by Angie, Aaron, and David. We discuss all things Star Wars and are now also informing our audience of everything else in the nerd arena!Facebook: www.facebook.com/RadioGeonosisYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_6L7Iq9PAlZMmYHEc2CvWQ
 
A podcast dedicated to discussion on all matters Howard Stern. Visit our Facebook group and join up for the odd time he's actually on the air live and we do a listening thread! Also the home of Radio Karate! visit our new YT page here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-gQQs-c59bHb3QQM8zAgUA/ For the latest Jim Fixx/Fillmore page, join our Facebook group and PM me here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1081190012234000/
 
Tips for beginning and experienced gardeners. New, 30-minute (or less) episodes arrive every Tuesday and Friday. Fred Hoffman has been a U.C. Certified Master Gardener since 1982 and writes a weekly garden column for the Lodi News-Sentinel in Lodi, CA. A four-decade fixture in Sacramento radio, he hosted three radio shows for Northern California gardeners and farmers: The KFBK Garden Show, Get Growing with Farmer Fred, and the KSTE Farm Hour. Episode Website: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1004629
 
This podcast is about you: The Cincinnatian. Let The Enquirer's Jason Williams and Sharon Coolidge make the complicated local issues affecting your daily life easy to understand. And have more than a little fun in the process. On the ballot or in the streets, we are here to help you out. Because that's SO Cincinnati.
 
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LexBlab is a production of Lexlab, the UC Hasting’s College of Law’s innovation hub for emerging legal technologies. As an extension of both the law and technology concentration at UC Hastings, and the legal technology startup incubator on campus, LexLab hosts regular large and small scale community events designed to promote interaction between our students, alumni, and entrepreneurs. The LexBlab podcast series is a showcase of some of these events. To learn more about LexLab, or to attend ...
 
Ghizal Hasan is a play-by-play broadcaster, based in Los Angeles, CA. For the past decade, he's primarily covered the Big West Conference, while handling freelance assignments for the WCC, Mountain West and Pac-12. Hasan has an extensive background in both television and radio, having broadcast for both Fox Sports and ESPN. He's covered NCAA Division 1 Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Soccer and Gymnastics, as well as both Junior College and CIF events. Ghizal is a graduate of both UC Irvin ...
 
Dr. Hal Scherz Hal C. Scherz MD has been practicing pediatric urology for 23 years. He has been in private practice in San Diego, California and in Atlanta, Georgia and has been on the faculty of the University of California- San Diego and Emory University. He has been involved in resident and fellow training for all of his career, and has published over 75 peer reviewed articles and contributed chapters to 6 academic texts. He has been a reviewer for over 20 years for the major peer reviewe ...
 
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Each episode will focus on a different aspect or example of the general theme. Our kick-off frame is the awkward position that progressives find themselves in. It seems obvious, at least to a significant portion of Leftists, that “working within the Democratic Party” has to be part of any realistic strategy for making substantive, social democratic or radical change in the United States. What is far less clear is what this means practically, in terms of organization and elections. For many y ...
 
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Griffin Barber interviews Les Johnson about Johnson's new novel The Spacetime War; and John Ringo's Live Free or Die, part 4. View the podcast in video form at https://www.baen.com/podcastfiles/mp3/video-baen-free-radio-hour-Spacetime-War-Live-Free-or-Die-Part-Four.mp4 and the Baen YouTube Channel.By Baen Books
 
No one knows the history of University of Cincinnati football better than Jim Kelly, a member of the school's athletics hall of fame and long-time radio analyst. Whether as a player, broadcaster, son of a former assistant coach and athletic department administrator or fan, Kelly has attended nearly 500 Bearcats football games in his lifetime. None …
 
Master Gardener and Professional Houseplant Expert Lori Ann Asmus of Emerald City Interior Landscape Services talks about the pros and cons of fertilizing your houseplants, as well as problems you might face using some tap waters on your houseplants. College Horticulture Professor (retired) Debbie Flower sheds light on one listener’s dilemma: great…
 
American soccer veteran Geoff Cameron is always outspoken about something. A few years ago, it was about his support of Donald Trump. Nowadays, though, it's more about how much he loves Cincinnati and the city's soccer fans. Cameron, in his first season with FC Cincinnati, spent time on his off day to chat with The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati"…
 
Major League Baseball playoffs have started, and you know what that means? It’s time to harvest your popcorn! However, it’s still not ready for eating. How do you know when it’s ready to be popped? We have the popcorn harvesting tips for you today. The Plant of the Week is widely adaptable throughout the West, the South, and up through the Carolina…
 
Folks, what we have here is a good ol' Ralph bash session just for you. This is part one and it's self-contained, but tune into our Patreon episode the same week where Cary and I take apart the WUS portion of this! If you dig our podcast and want to donate, want access to weekly Patreon content, or you dig the clips on my other channel and want to …
 
David Weber and Eric Flint discuss To End in Fire, the next en-try in the Honor Harrington series, an entry in the Crown of Slaves Honorverse storyline, and a direct sequel to Uncompromising Honor, Part 2 of 2; and John Ringo's Live Free or Die, Part 3. View the podcast in video form at https://www.baen.com/podcastfiles/mp3/Baen-free-radio-hour-202…
 
Is wood ash good for the garden soil? Our favorite college horticulture professor, Debbie Flower, answers decisively with, “it depends”. She has tips to help you decide if your soil will benefit from the addition of wood ash. She also tackles the topic of ash from nearby wildfires falling on your garden. Good or bad? And we talk with Organic Garden…
 
After throwing years of popular LGBTQ-friendly tea dances, Richard Cooke embarked on opening a bar in Over-the-Rhine, which he envisioned as a place to "dance in a safe and welcoming place." The pandemic hit as the Procter & Gamble alum readied to open the bar. But there was only one thing to do, Cooke said: Stay the course. e19 Lounge Bar & Discot…
 
If you have a lot of leaning trees and shrubs on your property, chances are there’s an ill wind blowing around your home. Our favorite retired college horticulture professor, Debbie Flower, has some ideas on helping your plants survive, even thrive, is areas with persistent winds. UC Davis Arboretum Superintendent Emeritus, Warren Roberts, tells us…
 
Haughty. Hamptons. Hot for grifters. That's on the menu for today's installment of the evergreen drink, eternally amusing 15 Foundation Saga in which even more mockery is piled on Tubbo Quivers and still she's too caught up in all the attention to realize it. If you dig our podcast and want to donate, want access to weekly Patreon content, or you d…
 
David Weber and Eric Flint discuss To End in Fire, the next entry in the Honor Harrington series, an entry in the Crown of Slaves Honorverse storyline, and a direct sequel to Uncompromising Honor, Part 1 of 2; and John Ringo's Live Free or Die, Part 2. View the podcast in video form at https://www.baen.com/podcastfiles/mp3/Baen-free-radio-hour-2021…
 
About a year ago, on Episode 52, retired college horticulture professor Debbie Flower gave us a beginning class on having a cut flower garden. Today, we graduate to more tips on successful cut flower care, including how to cut an outdoor plant to bring indoors so that it will last a long time. Plus, Debbie has a homemade recipe for a floral preserv…
 
Raw & Honest conversation with Jay Liebler, about his experience with addiction and recovery. Jay, a Connecticut native, was once a regular amongst the "Bleacher Creatures" in Yankee Stadium's right field bleachers. He was in the stands with his nephew, for Derek Jeter's 3000th hit.Apologies for abrupt ending, but this was originally supposed to be…
 
Pull one nutsedge weed from your lawn or garden, and nine more will come to the funeral. Nutsedge, also called nutgrass, is tough to control. And one of the worse things you can do is to pull it out of the ground. Former college horticulture professor, Debbie Flower, has some better ideas on how to control this wide-spread weed. UC Davis Arboretum …
 
Guys we are getting closer and closer to wrapping up Wiggy's last summer shows before his forced staycation at Stalag 79, but Raven and I are pushing steam here and getting through this awfulness just for you. Hope you enjoy! If you dig our podcast and want to donate, want access to weekly Patreon content (at the Black Klugge level or higher), or y…
 
BFRH 2021 09 24: Science and science fiction hybrid anthology Going Interstellar editors and authors talk about their stories and articles and discuss taking humanity to the stars with the science we know is possible now; and John Ringo's Live Free or Die, Part 1. View the podcast in video form at https://www.baen.com/podcastfiles/mp3/baen-free-rad…
 
One Garden Basic we need to stress more on this podcast is this: to head off major plant problems, observe your garden, carefully. Retired college horticulture professor Debbie Flower talks about some mental exercises she taught her students to become better observational gardeners. Plus, we discuss growing avocado trees in marginal climates. And, …
 
Findlay Market CEO Joe Hansbauer highlights the improvements made to the market over the last 20 years on The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati" podcast this week. The market house was re-done and is bustling. The nearly 18 storefronts along Elder Street, are nearly full. There is Findlay Kitchen, a non-profit food business incubator, where 60 busin…
 
If you live in a mild winter climate, mid-September through mid-October is the best time to care for or renovate your lawn. We get organic lawn care tips from organic landscaper, Steve Zien. And, the Plant of the Week: it’s a dependable, blooming perennial from late spring through mid-fall in warm climates. Warren Roberts tells us about the Gaillar…
 
Sam and I once again get to grill Richie Wilson about Stern lore! If you dig our podcast and want to donate, want access to WEEKLY BONUS Patreon content, or you dig the clips on my other channel and want to make a request, hit us up on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/jimfixx If you want to opt for Paypal, you can send money here: Johnnythegre…
 
BFRH 2021 09 17: Baen Fantasy Adventure Award Winners including grand prize winner M. Elizabeth Ticknor, second place winner Stephanie Kraner, and third place winner C. Jonah Abbott discuss their stories and the contest; and the conclusion of the audio drama presentation of Larry Correia's Detroit Christmas. View the podcast in video form at https:…
 
Top Researchers Resign FDA, Then Protest Boosters Last week, the FDA Director and Deputy Director of the Office of Vaccines Research, Marion Gruber and Phillip Kause, abruptly resigned without comment in the middle of a pandemic and accelerated vaccine approvals. This week, both signed a letter in The Lancet that strongly warns against vaccine boos…
 
You’ve heard on this podcast many times the benefits of using worm castings, which some people consider the best soil amendment. Just listen to Episode 107 about that. But maybe you’ve seen the price of worm castings at the nursery, and your hesitant. How about growing your own worm castings? Today, we find out how to set up your own worm bin to ha…
 
This is something Sam and I recorded today and is something we don't normally do at QF but we all loved Norm so much we thought there's no way we could NOT spend at least the better part of a normal episode commemorating exactly all the things we found hysterical about this Canadian farm boy who was taken from us all much too soon. RIP Norm from ev…
 
We have a listener named Cindy. Cindy doesn’t like aphids. Cindy HATES aphids. If you’re a gardener, too, you probably aren’t very fond of this plant sucking insect, either. We have aphid control tips today. Also, it’s cool season vegetable planting time, we have a list of coast to coast winners for your garden. And, the Plant of the Week. It’s eve…
 
Guys, this takes care of the first week of June, and believe me it gets insanely rough. If after this particular episode you don't feel like doing something extreme to wash away the dirt, you're a tougher cookie than any of us. Featuring Bobby Chicago & Raven. Extra special thanks to Matthew Schulz for the awesome photoshop. If you dig our podcast …
 
BFRH 2021 09 10: Simon R. Green on Jekyll and Hyde Inc., a new contemporary fantasy novel featuring a cast of monsters from every monster clan; and an audio drama presentation of Larry Correia's Detroit Christmas, Part 2. View the podcast in video form at https://www.baen.com/podcastfiles/mp3/Baen-free-radio-hour-2021-09-10-Green-Detroit-2.mp4 and …
 
There is one four-legged pest that ravages gardens and orchards throughout the West, the mid-West and the South: Pocket gophers. So named for the furry pouches outside its mouth that can store food, pocket gophers can destroy the bark and roots of annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs from its underground tunnel systems. Today, we talk with a gophe…
 
We all know someone who complains that they have killed every houseplant they have ever owned. Today, we talk with a houseplant professional who has a list of five nearly impossible to kill houseplants! We’ve talked about the benefits of using chipped and shredded tree limbs as mulch. Are there any tree varieties that you should avoid? College hort…
 
We've decided to put some of our Patreon content on the regular channel this weekend, which happens to feature one of our new contributors Debra, who's a fantastic addition to QF and if you haven't already subbed because of her, Cary, and Chicago Bob, then you're missing out! The time is 1995 and Robin is hot on the "I'm Cured" tour selling her boo…
 
Author and NASA scientist Les Johnson discusses Saving Proxima, his new novel coauthored with Travis S. Taylor; and the audiodrama adaptation of Larry Correia's Grimnoir Chronicle tale, "Detroit Christmas", Part 1. View the podcast in video form at https://www.baen.com/podcastfiles/mp3/baen-free-radio-hour-2021-09-03-Proxima-Detroit-1.mp4 and the B…
 
Many gardeners in the western United States are breathing in wildfire smoke. So are your plants. What does smoke and falling ash do to the health of a plant? And what can you do about it? And, oddly enough, there are some benefits to that pollution. For Eastern and Midwestern gardeners, now’s the time to plan for protecting your young, fruit produc…
 
Sadly the audio on this one isn't up to snuff--it's not horrible but not idea as we had to use Raven's phone to record on her end; neither of her mics would work--so we're releasing it ahead of schedule. This breakdown deals with the shows leading up to June 7th I believe--and our next breakdown will be out this Sunday to try to catch up to Wig Vom…
 
Dan Butterly enters his second year as Commissioner of the Big West Conference. He previously spent twenty-one years with the Mountain West, and previously worked at the Missouri Valley.PODCAST RUNDOWN3:30 Moving BWT to Dollar Loan Center6:30 Creating Growth for Basketball Championships10:00 Decision to move to ESPN Plus digital platform12:30 How m…
 
Rachel in Indiana contacted us via Speakpipe with a question that many gardeners might have: How do you control Japanese beetles? This voracious pest feeds of hundreds of plants, especially your roses. We talk with a Master Rosarian who has control tips. The Plant of the Week has the rather gruesome name, the Oxblood Lily. Yet, it is a beautiful an…
 
This time out, we've decided to revisit our "Reschinding" series and this one is vol. 6 featuring Adam Sandler! If you dig our podcast and want to donate, want access to weekly Patreon content, or you dig the clips on my other channel and want to make a request, hit us up on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/jimfixx If you want to opt for Paypa…
 
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