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Stand-up comedian, actor and writer, his many television credits include “Conan,” “Comedy Central Presents” (half-hour special), Showtime's “Russell Peters Presents,” “Live at Gotham!” “Happy Endings” and “This is Not Happening” on Comedy Central. One hour special, “Completely Normal,” is available on Netflix. He released an album in conjunctio ...…
 
Stand-up comedian, actor and writer, his many television credits include “Conan,” “Comedy Central Presents” (half-hour special), Showtime's “Russell Peters Presents,” “Live at Gotham!” “Happy Endings” and “This is Not Happening” on Comedy Central. One hour special, “Completely Normal,” is available on Netflix. He released an album in conjunctio ...…
 
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12 Minute Convos w/ Engel Jones
 
Mark Ainley is a Contemporary Feng Shui Consultant with a unique sensibility. http://www.senseofspace.com/feng-shui/. His advanced training in multiple disciplines and twenty years as a teacher and workshop facilitator have given him an integrated perspective that helps him to synthesize the roots of this Taoist science-art into practical, easy ...…
 
Cellist Christoph Croisé and pianist Noreen Cassidy-Polera present a program of Saint-Saëns and Tchaikovsky. On the program: The Swan (4’) Camille Saint-Saëns (1835 – 1921) Sonata for Cello and Piano, Op. 119 (25’) I. Andante grave II. Moderato III. Allegro, ma non troppo Sergei Prokofiev Pezzo capriccioso, Op. 62 (7’) Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky ...…
 
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Mission Driven: The Long Short Way Podcast
 
World-renowned author, counselor, lecturer and philosopher, Rabbi Manis Friedman uses ancient wisdom and modern wit as he captivates audiences around the country and around the world. He hosts his own critically acclaimed cable television series, Torah Forum with Manis Friedman, syndicated throughout North America. Over 150,000 copies of his pr ...…
 
This week, DC TV Classics is crossing over with The Nerds of Color's Hard NOC Life podcast to bring you part two of Keith's one-on-one conversation with Smallville co-creator Al Gough! At The Nerds of Color, Al and Keith discussed the creation of the AMC martial arts epic Into the Badlands and Al's experience working with Hong Kong cinema super ...…
 
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MisterBA - Your Business Analyst Podcast. START and GROW a Business : Online Business | Passive Income | Business Startup | Business Automation | Business Ideas | Business Models
 
Content hosted by iono.fm Follow the Interviewee on Social Media: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Website: Jen Su Jen Su Jen Su wrote the book From Z to A Lister: Building Your Personal Brand and advocates the fact that you are your own brand. This isn’t optional, it’s a necessity. Your brand is what yo ...…
 
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MisterBA - Your Business Analyst Podcast. START and GROW a Business : Online Business | Passive Income | Business Startup | Business Automation | Business Ideas | Business Models
 
Content hosted by iono.fm Follow the Interviewee on Social Media: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Website: Jen Su Jen Su Jen Su wrote the book From Z to A Lister: Building Your Personal Brand and advocates the fact that you are your own brand. This isn’t optional, it’s a necessity. Your brand is what yo ...…
 
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Million Dollar Decorating
 
Christopher Grubb has been called a style maker and expert design influencer by clients, editors, manufacturers and producers alike. Christopher is President of Beverly Hills based Arch-Interiors design group, inc., which is internationally recognized for its creative and unique work in high-end residential, commercial, medical, health and beau ...…
 
GB2RS NEWS Sunday 5th March 2017 The news headlines: Speak now on RSGB future Repeater NoVs now due 80th Commonwealth Contest next weekend The consultation on the RSGB’s future direction ends today, Sunday the 5th of March, so don’t miss out on your chance to give feedback. Go to the consultations page on the RSGB’s website and let your voice b ...…
 
Canada is a multicultural nation and has often welcomed others with open arms. While there have been cases of refugees being turned away, in dark periods of our history, Canada has welcomed many refugees. Currently, refugees are streaming into Canada from the United States and it has ignited the debate of refugees in Canada. Nearly everyone com ...…
 
A one-legged Chinese Admiral and triad vigilantes make the most out of the period during the Battle of Hong Kong when the Imperial Japanese Army held the mainland side of the water and the British/Indian/Canadian/Hong Kong forces retreated within their island ‘fortress’. We experience the Battle through the words of ordinary people who were the ...…
 
Working Class Audio Session #100 with Stephen Hart and Cookie Marenco!!! Well here it is, WCA #100! This was recorded at 25th Street Recording in Oakland, California on Friday, November 18th in front of a live audience. This episode features Stephen Hart and Cookie Marenco. Enjoy! More On Stephen Stephen is a former mixer in residence / chief e ...…
 
This week we welcome back the masters of Music of the Macabre Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka of Midnight Syndicate. Ed and Gavin are back with a brand new release “Zombies the board game soundtrack.” We’ll talk with Ed and Gavin about the new album, play some of the new tracks, the new board game and behind the scenes what went into writing an ...…
 
This week we welcome back the masters of Music of the Macabre Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka of Midnight Syndicate. Ed and Gavin are back with a brand new release “Zombies the board game soundtrack.” We’ll talk with Ed and Gavin about the new album, play some of the new tracks, the new board game and behind the scenes what went into writing an ...…
 
This week we welcome back the masters of Music of the Macabre Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka of Midnight Syndicate. Ed and Gavin are back with a brand new release "Zombies the board game soundtrack." We'll talk with Ed and Gavin about the new album, play some of the new tracks, the new board game and behind the scenes what went into writing an ...…
 
This week we welcome back the masters of Music of the Macabre Edward Douglas and Gavin Goszka of Midnight Syndicate. Ed and Gavin are back with a brand new release "Zombies the board game soundtrack." We'll talk with Ed and Gavin about the new album, play some of the new tracks, the new board game and behind the scenes what went into writing an ...…
 
Mao pokes his nose into the Hungarian Uprising in 1956 and concludes, “Eastern Europe just didn’t kill on a grand scale…We must kill.” Paul Letters is a historian, journalist, educator and novelist. See paulletters.com for more history, including a daily ‘On-This-Day-75-Years-Ago’ Twitter feed and photographs. Plus the novel that combines: the ...…
 
Noreen and Paul visit Berlin in November 1940 where Stalin’s Foreign Minister, Molotov, is wooed by Ribbentrop and Hitler: they want the USSR, already in bed with Germany in the Molotov-Ribbentrop (or Nazi-Soviet) Pact to join the Axis Alliance and carve up most of the world. However, Churchill gatecrashes the party. Paul Letters is a historian ...…
 
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Free Your Mind Podcast
 
In this episode we welcome Unicusmagazine.com founder Robert Stanley to the show. formerly a corporate journalist for Honda research and development in Torrance California Robert is currently employed as a corporate editor for the and international social compliance service based in Hong Kong he is the author of two groundbreaking books: Close ...…
 
Noreen and Paul delve into the reasons why China discarded their emperors and empresses for an unemployable medical doctor – and why he handed rule to an opportunist who makes Donald Trump look shy. Paul Letters is a historian, journalist, educator and novelist. See paulletters.com for more history, including a daily ‘On-This-Day-75-Years-Ago’ ...…
 
Noreen and Paul examine the rhetoric of the first presidential debates, in 1960, compared with 2016 Trump v Clinton. We consider whether ‘civility’ was or is an important trait in US presidential candidates. (On air I mention an article I wrote on civility in global leaders.) Paul Letters is a historian, journalist, educator and novelist. See p ...…
 
We focus on the Taiwan Strait Crises of the 1950s and how close the world came to nuclear war. We see how the tail wagged the dog as little Taiwan bent the US to its will in the 1950s. And, throughout the crisis, we will see how Mao’s provocations entice the USSR to help China’s nuclear development. Paul Letters is a historian, journalist, educ ...…
 
Larry Brilliant has had a career that lives up to his name. In the 1970s, he played a key role in work in Bangladesh and India to eradicate smallpox, personally witnessing the end of “an unbroken chain of transmission that went back to Pharaoh Ramses.” He then co-founded the Seva Foundation, which helps prevent and treat blindness in the develo ...…
 
We look at war between the two communist giants, the People’s Republic of China and the Soviet Union – a conflict which began in March 1969. And we’re going to be joined by a special guest who, as a US air force pilot, found himself too close for comfort to the Soviet fleet off China’s coast just as they prepared to strike China in 1969… We hea ...…
 
Our irregular guest historian Bruce Gordon joins us. As well as being an eye witness to the Pearl Harbor attack, a US air force pilot in Vietnam and Korea and – inadvertently – saving the planet from World War III (click here for that podcast), Bruce was born in the Philippines. He has written about the 1899-1902 ‘Phil-Am War’, and today he tel ...…
 
Why World War III didn’t happen – when it looked odds on in October 1962. And we look at the three-way war in China in 1940. We investigate the ‘evidence’ that made the world believe a famous pop star, who is still alive today, “died” in 1969. Paul Letters is a historian, journalist, educator and novelist. See paulletters.com for more history, ...…
 
We look at the first US presidential election debate in history, and we’ll see how an afternoon by a hotel pool helps win that election and save humanity from World War III. And we examine what provoked the Japanese to join in alliance with Germany and Italy – signing the Tripartite Pact – in September 1940. Finally, we ask, who is the biggest ...…
 
In the first half, we take ourselves to Shanghai in August 1937 and the forgotten battle for the city. We’ll see why Chiang Kai-shek decided to take a stand in Shanghai, making the Battle of Shanghai the first major clash between the Imperial Japanese forces and the Nationalist Chinese. Saturday shoppers strolling near the river suffer a tragic ...…
 
Chiang Kaishek and Winston Churchill in 1940: Churchill the Appeaser and Chiang the Artful? Also, we ask what is it about Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a dream’ speech that makes it so good? And we mention probably the greatest oratory on race delivered since the “I have a dream” speech And, seamlessly(!), we celebrate the birthday of probably t ...…
 
Why did Churchill appease the Japanese in 1940 and close the Burma Road? How did a punk band, a writer and God end communism in Eastern Europe? We look the great Amelia Earhart, whose aircraft disappeared over the Pacific on July 2nd 1937 – and now the hunt is back on to find her. This episode was first broadcast on 2 July 2015 on Noreen Mir’s ...…
 
Join us for a trip through June 1940 and June 1950. Get to know the Norwegian whose treachery added his name to the dictionary in at least five European languages. Find out why Mussolini waited until June to join in the war and why that delay helped my Polish grandmother to escape. Join us – and my gran – in Paris when it is declared an ‘open c ...…
 
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Radio Free Cybertron: The Transformers Podcast
 
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: We have hands-on impressions of Titans Return Fortress Maximus, speaking of Titans Return they’ve finally hit US retail, new photos of Masterpiece Inferno, the week’s Transformers 5 news, a new Masterpiece styled Seeker from Toyworld and much, much more! Mentioned on the show: This week in history 2005 —...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Including sound works, films, media installations, photographs and performances, American artist Andy Graydon’s work is often concerned with morphogenesis, or the emergence of form, and ecology, including ecologies of media and of the imagination. Graydon’s work has been exhibited internationally and released on records and print publications. ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Including sound works, films, media installations, photographs and performances, American artist Andy Graydon’s work is often concerned with morphogenesis, or the emergence of form, and ecology, including ecologies of media and of the imagination. Graydon’s work has been exhibited internationally and released on records and print publications. ...…
 
The SFFaudio Podcast #372 – June 6, 2016 by George Allan England; read by Julie Davis of A Good Story Is Hard To Find. This is an unabridged reading of the short story (52 minutes) followed by a discussion of it. Participants in the discussion include Jesse, Paul Weimer, Julie Davis, and Maissa Bessada. June 6th, 2016 was first published in Col ...…
 
Hello and welcome to another episode of Two Fat Expats where we believe you should live a fat expat life, live it to the max and make the most out of every moment. This week we’re talking to two amazing expats who are doing extraordinary things in their expat life. Dr Erik left his medical practice in Beverly Hills working with famous actors an ...…
 
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Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Productivity & Results
 
My guest today is Audrey Bell Kearney, and what you're going to love about her, first of all, I was looking through some of her stuff, she is a serial entrepreneur, but what I love is the niches she's in, the things that she's doing, and the passion that she brings. She's got a whole laundry list of projects, companies, different things like th ...…
 
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Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Productivity & Results
 
My guest today is Audrey Bell Kearney, and what you're going to love about her, first of all, I was looking through some of her stuff, she is a serial entrepreneur, but what I love is the niches she's in, the things that she's doing, and the passion that she brings. She's got a whole laundry list of projects, companies, different things like th ...…
 
When the United States stopped backing dollars with gold in 1968, the nature of money changed, becoming the fiat currency system that has now put the world into an unprecedented recession. Jason Hartman is joined by returning guest, Richard Duncan, to talk about how we are in danger of a global Great Depression and how we can stop it. Richard’s ...…
 
Meet Benjamin Loh As the Founder and Principal Trainer of Flare Communications Coaching, Ben partners his executive clients from companies like AIA, ANZ Bank, Singtel, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Lend Lease to enhance their performance on stage and communicate effectively across generations. He is also one of the youngest Associate Ce ...…
 
One of Hong Kong’s biggest annual fundraising campaigns – Operation Santa Claus (OSC), jointly organised by Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) and South China Morning Post (SCMP), has raised over HK$230 million and benefited more than 210 different chariti
 
ThoughtLAB-14 Baby it’s hot outside! Join us with Chris Krishna-Pillay (Science Communicator and Performer) where Chris shares his world view on art and its place in communication around science. This event was part of ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2015 from 11 April–17 May 2015, a Melbourne-wide festival of art exhibitions, forums and talks seeking to ha ...…
 
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