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On Books
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On Books is a podcast about books. Think of it as a two-person book club — or a series of thirty-minute audiobooks. Each week on the show Chris Castiglione brings you a new book. Highlights include: Mating in Captivity, Sapiens, Sex at Dawn, Letters to a Young Poet, Educated, How Not to Die, Charles Duhigg’s The Power of Habit, Mark Manson’s The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, Zero Waste Home, The Artist's Way, Conscious Capitalism, Blink, as well as exclusive interviews with Neil Strauss, ...
 
Interviews from the annual WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
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Join professional Magicians Kayla Drescher & Carisa Hendrix for this funny, feminist podcast about the world of magic
 
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CFTC Talks
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The purpose of CFTC Talks is to provide information about the commodity markets, futures trading and other information about conditions in this country and abroad that affect the markets. Our goal is to talk about and get information on all things impacting these markets. We’re going to talk with a wide range of experts in the markets: government agencies and offices, exchanges and clearing houses, authors and researchers, and market participants. Please listen to the introductory podcast to ...
 
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Carisa sits down with Chris Capehart a master magician with over years performing experience on big stages. He is a famous and accomplished street performer, killer kids show magician, comedian, writer and a wonderful man. Intro / Theme0:00:00Catching up0:00:24Introducing Chris Capehart0:01:15Performing at the Chicago Magic Lounge0:02:40Visual ...…
 
Kayla and Carisa sit down with the wonderful Erik Tait to chat about his experience creating magic products and what you should know if you are thinking of publishing a magic effect of your own. Intro / Theme0:00:00Catching up0:00:39Introducing Erik Tait0:02:39Working on podcasts0:04:16A very important question0:07:53What does it take to make a ...…
 
Kayla and Carisa have the pleasure of being told how many thing they are doing wrong when it comes to make up, skin care, hair, and really everything. Renee Castiglione is a professional stylist and she is here to set us straight. Come join us and learn from our mistakes, also wash your makeup brushes!! Check out her amazing salon at https://mo ...…
 
Kayla and Carisa have the pleasure of being told how many thing they are doing wrong when it comes to make up, skin care, hair, and really everything. Renee Castiglione is a professional stylist and she is here to set us straight. Come join us and learn from our mistakes, also wash your makeup brushes!! Check out her amazing salon at https://mo ...…
 
Interviewing Stewart MacDonald about using sophisticated manufacturing concepts to substantially improve your act. So here is TIM WOOD! T – Transport I – Inventory M – Movement W – Waiting and delays O – Over production O – Over Processing D – Defects Theme0:00:00Lean manufacturing0:00:43Removing the distinction between creative and pragmatic p ...…
 
Kayla and Carisa come back from the break to announce the much anticipated season two. They welcome amazing new editor Chris Comb and chat a little about the Peller Show they had just wrapped at the Magic Castle. What’s in this episode: What Kayla’s been doing 00:23.909 Peller Theater Show 02:25.351 What Carisa’s been doing 03:35.336 Announcing ...…
 
Ethan Hawes and Mut discuss his story of after being diagnosed with Cancer in College and the life changing experience it brought to himself family and friends.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Lisa Scherber tells us about how much the Jimmy Fund means to others not only the ones that are affetced by Cancer but even the ones who arent that pledge to help this fundraiser.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Alex found out he had a rare form of testicular cancer from a routine physical right before his wedding. Now he has a family and has always had his love for the Red Sox and Boston sports.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Kyle and Bob talk about their experience with Dana Farber as both a patient and volunteer.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Roger Clemens joins the booth to talk about Steve Buckley’s Old Time Baseball Game which raises money for ALS how he was a better batter than Ted Williams at Fenway Park. He also tells a story about how he almost missed a start because he was stuck in traffic on Storrow DriveBy WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
James Gould and his parents Brad and Pam join Joe and Chris Berman in the booth to talk about his relationship with Brock Holt, his brand new sneakers, his family and even has a couple jokes along the way.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Chris Wideman and Calvin Kattar are seen as the fighters but they reiterate that the kids are fighting the only fight that really matters. They also talk about their upcoming UFC fights and the New York- Boston rivalry.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Jake Decarolis was diagnosed with a brain tumor during his senior year of high school, while he was preparing for three AP classes. Lisa Scherber talks about how the Spring Training trips are great for the kids because they get to escape for a little while and hang out with Red Sox players. Jake got to meet some of his hero’s including David Or ...…
 
Gerry Callahan gave his heart and soul to the Jimmy Fund over the last 18 years. Glenn and Lisa recognize Gerry's contributions and give some great Gerry Callahan Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon moments.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Kyle Stanley is the son of Red Sox pitching legend Bob Stanley. Kyle was nine years old when he was diagnosed with cancer, had the tumor removed when he was ten, is now 38 and has been cancer free for 28 years. Bob details his relationship with the Jimmy Fund going back to his playing days, including knowing a boy who died only five years befor ...…
 
5-year old Ellie Levine was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in March. Ellie and her parents Leah and Doug join OMF and detail the fear they experienced leading up to Ellie’s diagnosis and during treatment. Ellie reveals she had such a large appetite in the hospital that she ordered 10 very diverse meals and ate all of them in one si ...…
 
Tedy Bruschi joins OMF as part of the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon. Before hitting on some Patriots and NFL topics, Tedy details his recent health scare, stresses knowing the signs of a stroke, and discusses the importance of the Jimmy Fund.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Dan Head knew he had a genetic predisposition to cancer after his father was diagnosed with colon cancer and was on a preventative path leading up to his diagnosis—thus catching the cancer at an earlier, more treatable phase. Dr. Matt Yurgelun, director of the Lynch Syndrome Center at Dana-Farber joins Dan and OMF to discuss hereditary predispo ...…
 
Conor Canavan was diagnosed with a brain tumor as an infant in 2017, and unfortunately relapsed nine months after his first major surgery. Conor and his parents Michelle and John join OMF to discuss their family’s journey and how grateful they are for the support system at Dana-Farber and the Jimmy Fund Clinic.…
 
Alison Katz is from Maryland but after being diagnoses with inflammatory breast cancer, a rare kind of breast cancer that doesn’t present a lump, she and her family sought out breast cancer experts and landed at Dr. Beth Overmoyer, director of the IBC program at the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana-Farber. Alison and Dr. Overmo ...…
 
32-year old Alex White was only a month into his marriage when he was diagnoses with testicular cancer following a routine physical. Alex had a rare type of testicular cancer called Testicular + PNET. Alex went to Dr. Bradley McGregor at Dana-Farber, who consulted the hive of cancers around the country to figure out the best way to treat Alex. ...…
 
Current Phillies manager and former Red Sox player Gabe Kapler joins OMF as part of the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon. Gabe discusses interactions he’s had with other coaches both in Philly and elsewhere, the responsibly of coaches and athletes to make an impact in the community, and his relationship with Bryce Harper.…
 
Alex Epshteyn was diagnoses with a brain tumor in the summer of 2016. After surgery and two months of daily radiation treatments Alex’s tumor returned and required the treatment to halt. This is when Alex ended up in Dr. Patrick Wen’s clinical trial at Dane-Farber, which focuses on novel treatments of brain tumors.…
 
Claire Curbeau’s parents Kait and Matt detail how they realized something was wrong with their infant daughter, which lead to her diagnosis with eye cancer. Kait and Matt discuss how being at Dana-Farber put them at ease despite being young parents with an infant receiving cancer treatmentBy WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Red Sox pitcher Chris sale joins OMF as part of the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon. He discusses his injury, his upcoming recovery, the down year from him prior to the injury, and the rest of the season.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick joins OMF, Brad Stevens, Bruce Cassidy, and Alex Cora via phone for the Coaches’ Round Table at Fenway Park. They discuss the interactions between the four coaches, how each of them perceive the changing media landscape, and what non-lacrosse sport Bill would coach if he had to pick between hockey, baseball, a ...…
 
As part of the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon, Alex Cora, Brad Stevens and Bruce Cassidy join OMF live at Fenway Park. The three coaches discuss the relationship they have with each other as well as with Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, the pressure of coaching in a city like Boston, and observing how Bill Belichick operates in Foxboro.…
 
Jim Calhoun was diagnosed with leukemia after he fell and hit his head on a granite countertop. Jim received a bone marrow transplant and was actually able to meet his donor. Dr. Corey Cutler is the Medical Director of the Stem Cell Transplantation Program at Dana-Farber—Dr. Cutler joins OMF with Jim to discuss bone marrow transplants, advancem ...…
 
Red Sox pitchers David Price and Nathan Eovaldi join Dale and Keefe as part of the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon. David and Nathan discuss being surrounded by childhood cancer patients as members of the Red Sox as well as the Sox’ struggles and Chris Sale’s injury.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Red Sox broadcasters Jerry Remy and Sean McDonough join Dale and Keefe as part of the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon. Jerry updates his cancer treatment regimen before he and Sean discuss their time in the booth together and the current arrangement of both NESN and WEEI Red Sox broadcasters.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Former Red Sox and current Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona joins Dale and Keefe as part of the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon. Tito discusses what challenges Alex Cora faces in the year after winning the World Series as well as player involvement with not only the Jimmy Fund but cancer patients everywhere.…
 
Abe Landau went for a routine checkup in June of 2015 and was told he had not one, but two forms of cancer. At the same time. Abe discusses his diagnosis and how doctors approached treating two separate forms of cancer at the same time.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Katie Kennedy warns us—don’t wait until you’re 50 to get a colonoscopy. Katie had one and discovered she had colon cancer. At Dana-Farber, Katie was part of a clinical trial headed by Nancy Campbell, MS, that involved weight resistance. Essentially, Katie built muscle during her chemotherapy, which made her feel like a super hero throughout the ...…
 
Kate Beckett had just gone through treatment for endometrial cancer when she began to feel leg pain—it was then she found out the cancer had spread to her hip. Several treatments failed before Kate went to Dana-Farber, where a new immunotherapy drug that had only been approved eight weeks prior began to work wonders. Kate and Dr. Ursula Matulon ...…
 
Cameron Conley is a 4-year old leukemia patient at the Jimmy Fund Clinic. Cameron’s parents Joe and Valerie talk to Dale and Keefe about the wild week in which they found out Cameron had cancer and Valerie was pregnant with their third child. They also discuss how their friends and family, along with the Jimmy Fund, rallied to help them in thei ...…
 
The one day out of the year we’re nice to Alex Rodriguez…A-Rod joins Dale and Keefe as part of the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon. Alex discusses how the Red Sox’ relationship with the Jimmy Fund is well known around the MLB and the world, Alex nearly joining the Red Sox, and the future of MLB free agency.…
 
Tim O’Keefe was first diagnosed with melanoma ten years ago, but experienced a relapse in 2016. A year later a scan revealed five tumors in his spine. Tim is currently responding well to oral chemotherapy. Tim and Dr. Elizabeth Buchbinder, who studies melanoma in the Medical Oncology department at Dana-Farber, join Dale and Keefe to discuss Tim ...…
 
Felix Reyes was in remission from Hodgkin lymphoma for six years until a relapse this past April. Felix and his family talk to Dale and Keefe about his relapse and having just finished chemotherapy. Felix is starting radiation therapy and is entering his sophomore year at Methuen High. Felix and his mother Yarmarilynn Negron discuss missing the ...…
 
Laurie H. Glimcher, MD, is the president and CEO of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Dr. Glimcher talks to Dale and Keefe about the involvement of Boston athletes in the Jimmy Fund as well as what specific research the Jimmy Fund funds and why that research is important for cancer patients.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Celtics co-owner Steve Pagliuca joins Dale and Keefe as part of the WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio Telethon to discuss the Celtics’ offseason and down year as well as his niece’s nine-year battle with cancer, which has been aided by the Jimmy Fund.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Chloe Svolos was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma after her doctor thought a lump in her throat was probably not cancer, but wanted her to get it scanned anyway. Chloe received the diagnosis the same she and her boyfriend moved in together. Along with Chloe is Dr. Ann LaCasce, medical oncologist in the adult lymphoma program at Dana-Farber.…
 
Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jimmy Cefalo joins Dale and Keefe to comes forward and speak for the first time about his myeloma cancer, hiding his diagnosis, and the fear it caused him. Plus, Cefalo weighs in on the state of the Dolphins, their new head coach Brian Flores, and their quarterback situation.…
 
On Dale and Keefe, lung cancer patient Ryan Fox and her doctor Pasi Janne talk about the advancements in lung cancer research and a pill thats available for treatment of the disease.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Dale and Keefe are joined by Red Sox President Dave Dombrowski who elaborates on the health of Chris Sale, getting a deal done with Mookie Betts, and the Red Sox contributions and connections to the Jimmy Fund and Dana-Farber.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
Eric Kelly joined the Greg Hill Show to discuss his time in Afghanistan and coming home to discover he had colon cancer. Eric battled through the colon cancer and then suffered a set back by getting diagnosed with leukemia which was caused from his chemotherapy. Eric credits the support of his doctors the entire staff at Dana Farber for helping ...…
 
The Greg Hill Show was honored to be joined by the Nickerson family including two and a half year old Abel, his mother Tabetha, and Abel's grandmother Karen. Abel is currently battling Neurofibromatosis and his mother explains how he has battled through a year of chemotherapy and are waiting for him to be approved for a clinical trial. Tabetha ...…
 
Sam Kennedy thinks the Red Sox are in a tough spot when it comes to making the playoffs while trying to put together good teams long term. Plus, Kennedy praises the job Brock Holt has done as Jimmy Fund captain and whether he would give Mookie Betts “a blank check” to stay in Boston. And, a surprise appearance from Matt Light!…
 
Amy Ennis joins the Greg Hill Show to describe her chemo treatment for colon cancer, her second battle with cancer in her lungs, and the encouragement and care she received at Dana Farber.By WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon.
 
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