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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
 
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 ...
 
The Commonwealth Club of California is the nation's largest public affairs forum. The nonpartisan and nonprofit Club produces and distributes programs featuring diverse viewpoints from thought leaders on important topics. The Club's weekly radio broadcast — the oldest in the U.S., since 1924 — is carried on hundreds of stations. Our website features audio and video of our programs. This podcast feed is usually updated multiple times each week.
 
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 ...
 
Development and Improvement yourself, the mind during business and make the best Life, living with positive energy and enjoyable life with your dream works, just focus on your dream and goals. because you have one chance on your life and living on the earth, if you want that change anything, follow meInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ariaebrahimitabarofficial/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aria-ebrahimi-tabar/Twitter: https://twitter.com/aria_tabarYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c ...
 
A 15 minute weekday broadcast heard online and on the radio. The radio outreach of RZIM is a listener-supported ministry that powerfully mixes biblical teaching and Christian apologetics. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, and the uniqueness of Jesus Christ.
 
The latest astronomy and space news from around the world. PLUS casual interviews with astronomers and other scientists seeking to understand the cosmos. All delivered in an easy-to-understand style with a dash of humor. Named Best Astronomy Podcast in the world by Starlust! https://starlust.org/space-podcasts Coming up March 16: Neil deGrasse Tyson! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-cosmic-companion/support
 
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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(9/3/21) Police officers are nine times more likely to kill African-American men than they are other Americans. Yet, in his new book Presumed Guilty: How the Supreme Court Empowered the Police and Subverted Civil Rights, legal scholar and dean of the law school at UC Berkeley Erwin Chemerinsky argues that the problem goes way beyond racism in law e…
 
Following vocal support from the Armenian community earlier in the year, the FUSD Board of Trustees will begin the process of possibly renaming Forkner Elementary after renowned journalist, professor, author and Fresno native H. Roger Tatarian. Now what about Polk Elementary? The migrant surge continues to test authorities in south Texas as videos …
 
Dr. Haley Nelson, complex care pediatrician at Valley Children's Healthcare joins the show to discuss the progress on vaccines for 5-11 years old, COVID in schools and more. Fresno Unified School District will begin offering COVID-19 vaccinations and testing starting this week at McLane High. The free clinics are open to staff, student and the publ…
 
Kicking off the show with the Buzz Question about the Petito case, which has now been ruined a homicide following identification of the remains found in WY. Firefighters were successful in holding off the KNP Complex Fire and protecting "the Four Guardsmen," a group of giant sequoias that form a natural entryway on the to the forest in Sequoia Nati…
 
In his new book Say It Loud, acclaimed Harvard Law Professor Randall Kennedy chronicles his reactions over the past quarter-century to arguments, events and people that have compelled him to put pen to paper. Three beliefs that are sometimes in tension with one another infuse these pages. First, Professor Kennedy says a massive amount of cruel raci…
 
Prior to the COVID–19 pandemic, many cities, particularly in the United States, were experiencing somewhat of a renaissance. Population was increasing, abandoned areas were being redeveloped into walkable neighborhoods, crime was dropping, and public spaces were engaging both a new generation of citizens and an older cohort who had moved to cities …
 
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…
 
Transforming your life can be easier than you think. In his New York Times best selling book, Tiny Habits: The Small Changes that Change Everything, a world-renowned expert on habit formation shares his groundbreaking methods for the first time in print. A behavior scientist at Stanford University, BJ Fogg combines his academic research with his ma…
 
Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. More on the Petito case as witnesses offer various perspectives on the case. A man returns bottles from 1913 for deposit and interest from Irving Cliff Brewery near Scranton. Scientists want to resurrect the woolly mammoth and got a $15 million investment to work on it. Keep an eye out for the harvest moon. See omnystu…
 
Kicking off the show with former Fresno State head football coach Pat Hill to discuss the Bulldogs' big win over UCLA at the Rose Bowl. California recognizes the EDD is busted and says it needs time, patience and money to fix it. Kent Ownings of Tree City Advisors and heard on KMJ's "Real Money Pros" joins the show to discuss the today's dip in Wal…
 
On August 27, 2010, three CIA officers met with then-CIA Director Leon Panetta. Their secret session revealed a courier with deep Al Qaeda ties who had been tracked to a three-story, heavily protected fortress at the end of a dead end street in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Without ever having to say the name bin Laden, there exists a mutual understanding …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has killed millions, infected hundreds of millions, and laid bare the deep vulnerabilities and inequalities of our interconnected world. The ensuing economic collapse was the worst since the Great Depression, undoing more than two decades of progress in reducing extreme poverty. Tensions between the United States and China boi…
 
In a revolutionary new vision of human biology and the scientific breakthroughs that will transform our lives. Professor Daniel M. Davis shows how radical new possibilities are becoming realities thanks to the visionary efforts of scientists who are revealing the invisible and secret universe within each of us. Focusing on six important frontiers, …
 
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…
 
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 September marks the 50th anniversary of the seminal work Diet for a Small Planet, in which Frances Moore Lappé argued that cattle constitute “a protein factory in reverse.” Lappé’s book inspired countless people to adopt vegetarian diets for environmental reasons. But in the last 50 years the industrial food systems in America have only grown …
 
The disappearance of Gabby Petito while on a cross country trip continues to gain national attention as her boyfriend has been named as a person of interest and refuses to provide details to authorities and her family. A Michigan father is suing a school district for $1m after his daughter's hair was cut was cut by a teacher without parental permis…
 
Kicking it off the show with a chat about the recall, votes and one advisor's warning that voter fraud messaging could damage Republican turnout. Mike Alexander, Chairman of the California School Choice Foundation joins the show to discuss an initiative to use state money for private schools of parents' choice. The disappearance of Gabby Petito. Se…
 
COVID-19 has disrupted many of our lives, with impacts ranging from job loss to housing changes, physical health issues to mental health challenges. At the same time, drug use has increased since the pandemic first struck and has deeply affected many LGBTQ people. Join us for an important discussion on the impact of drugs and the search for healthy…
 
Unlike the wars in Vietnam and Iraq, the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan had near-unanimous public support at the time. Their goals were straightforward: defeat Al-Qaeda and prevent a repeat of 9/11. But after the Taliban was ousted from power, U.S. officials lost sight of their original objectives as the military became mired in an unwinnable guerril…
 
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…
 
Health officials and schools are warning parents of the threat of hand sanitizer poisoning. A 5-year-old in Pennsylvania needed emergency services after drinking half a bottle of hand sanitizer in class, causing a BAC of .23. Listeners comment. Apple is pushing out a new iOS update to address safety concerns that customers are vulnerable to invasiv…
 
A Galveston, TX lawyer was cited for dressing as Michael Myers and roaming around the beach as a hurricane approached. The Capitol Police are preparing for Saturday's "Justice for J6" rally. In preparation, organizers are warning that if attendees wear political paraphernalia, they'll be kicked out and doxed. The need for substitutes in Fresno Unif…
 
Americans today face a deeply divided nation beset with political dysfunction. It is here in the United States where identity is questioned, equality is fought for, and history is debated. How can we face the past and simultaneously envision a new future? In her new book Renewal, lawyer and foreign policy analyst Anne-Marie Slaughter encourages sel…
 
As the country reflects on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, join us for a special 90-minute conversation focused on the state of homeland security today and looking ahead. Homeland security is a term that has evolved over the past two decades since the deadly terrorist attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. At first, i…
 
Travel and tourism make up one of California’s most important and powerful industries. Every day before the pandemic of 2020, travelers injected hundreds of millions of dollars into communities across the Golden State, infusing hundreds of billions of dollars into the state’s economy. In 2019, this spending generated $12.2 billion in local and stat…
 
A moment on the loss of Norm Macdonald. In an effort to mitigate COVID exposure after students spend the Thanksgiving holiday with family, Fresno State is considering a return to virtual learning for the final weeks of the fall semester. Listeners comment on the recall. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
It's Recall Election Tuesday! Kicking it off with the Buzz Question about the big day. Listeners comment. Norm Macdonald has died. A note on the latest fire evacuations. Valley lawmakers call on Newsom to offer small businesses relief through back to work bonuses. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
(9/14/21) Civil War (or, Who Do We Think We Are), the new film by Emmy-nominated director Rachel Boynton (Big Men, Our Brand is Crisis) considers how Americans tell the story of the Civil War and its legacy of slavery and racism. Join us for a look at our own history in this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI.…
 
This week on Astronomy News with The Cosmic Companion, we welcome Dr. Cathy Olkin from the Southwest Research Institute to the show. We will talk about Lucy – the first mission to explore the Trojan asteroids of Jupiter. But first, we look in on an unusual radio signal coming from near the center of our galaxy. Next, we journey out to the Internati…
 
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…
 
Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. Luis Elizondo, a former Pentagon official, claims to have new secrets in his tell-all book. Super Mario Brothers turns 36. One football analyst is calling the Super Bowl as a win for the Raiders. A recall reminder. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KMJ Now
 
President Biden has made his way to California in support of the "No on the Recall" effort. Listeners comment. A moment on brain drain and the Nigerian prince email scam. In Capitol news, a man was arrested with a bayonet and machete while doing a "patrol" in a pickup decorated with swastikas and deer antlers. Also in Washington DC, fencing has bee…
 
James Kus, Fresno Co. Registrar of Voters joins the show to talk tomorrow's special election, the security of the election and all things recall related. As COVID surges in the valley, with some hospitals capacity as high as 140%, local health officials warn that patients in need could experience a rationing of lifesaving care. The third round of c…
 
Kicking it off with recall reminders. Fresno State showed no mercy in the game against Cal Poly over the weekend and Fresno PD showed little patience for disruption by FS booster. The debate continues over the need for COVID vaccine booster shots, and it appears that the director and deputy director of the FDA's Office of Vaccines and Review argued…
 
(9/13/21) You may think the story of human evolution begins following the asteroid impact that killed the dinosaurs. Yet, over the last 20 years scientists have made discoveries that have forced them to rethink that narrative. In her new book, Beasts Before Us: The Untold Story of Mammal Origins and Evolution, palaeontologist and the Leverhulme Ear…
 
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