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The capital of the Region of Catalonia, Barcelona offers a unique mix of medieval charm and avant-garde grandeur. AV Travel's local expert will lead you to explore the Royal Basilica where the famous 12th century statue of the black virgin is housed.
Barcelona la bieu tuong cua Tay Ban Nha, quoc gia dung hang thu hai tren the gioi voi 70 trieu du khach hang nam, tuc la chi dung sau nuoc Phap. Barcelona co nhieu thang canh, bao tang vien, vuong cung thanh duong co kinh va ben canh do la bo bien trai dai cat trang, nang am quanh nam.
Photos: Photos: 1. The Palau Nacional at Barcelona, 2006, Johannes Kern; 2. Plaça del Reial, Josep Renalias; 3. Iglesia Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, 2001, Germananramos. 4. Casa Mila – La Pedrera, 2007, Diliff. 5. Camp Nou, 2005, Adria Garcia. 6. Others: AV Travel photos.
Reacting to week one of the English Premier League (EPL). Is Manchester United done for? We're going to cover this & football developments plus much more!
Join Phil Naegely and his crew from Stoppage Time Soccer as they break down all things Futbol. Listen as they take us through the Summer Transfer Season, leading into the English Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, and Major League Soccer. They will give their expert analysis of all the upcoming games, and do reviews and previews of each league. Don't get Red Carded, score in Stoppage Time.
1st HOUR: Law and Disorder Radio is a weekly, independent radio program airing on several stations across the United States and broadcasting on the web. Law and Disorder gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government. This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.Three top progressive lawyers host the program and bring an amazing, diverse line up of guests from grassroots activists to politically mindful authors. Most importantly, Law and Disorder brings access to attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases the show is the generator of news within the radio echo-chamber throughout the country.
2nd HOUR: Community Radio from "across the pond" Bristol Broadband Coop.Alon Aviram joins us from new venture The Bristol Cable, a media publishing collective set up as a co-operative to challenge the Tory owned press in the city..... http://www.thebristolcable.org
In her final Tech Roundup before she goes back to Barcelona Elia Pablo looks at the Facebook Messenger App which can spy on your conversations and interfere with your phone's operation, even make phone calls. Also Amazon dispute with Hachette over eBook publishing trying to squeeze profits off the smaller ePublishers to dominate the market so all eyes are on the case.
Brilliant US historian and author of 9/11 Synthetic Terror, Made in USA, Webster Tarpley takes us from Shakespeare to Hitler in his characteristically wide look at the 'craft' of warmongering and how wars start. Something that must be considered when one is wishing to stop them from starting in the first place!
On today's edition of BDSIR Network Presents: No Foul Play, the transfer window is in full effect. We have had numerous of great signings all over the world. James Rodriguez to Real Madrid, Diego Costa to Chelsea, Fernando to Manchester City, Luke Shaw to Manchester United, Ciro Immobile to Borussia Dortmund, Robert Lewandowski to Bayern Munich, Alexis Sanchez to Liverpool, but some big names like AC Milan, Juventus, Fiorentina, Manchester City, Paris St. Germain, Monaco, Barcelona, etc. have been relatively quiet in this transfer window. With less than a month before the transfer window shuts down, we will see what can be the likely scenarios for these big clubs, as well as other gossip rumbling around the transfer window. Friendlies are in full effect, and we will finish previewing what will be the Barclays Premier League this season, plus a look at Ligue 1, the French League. We will also speak on the United States and what the country can do to keep football alive after the phenomenal 2014 FIFA World Cup. All of this, plus your Tweets, and don't be afraid to call...join the panel....(347) 637-3859 is the number to call, or Tweet directly @BDSIRNOFOULPLAY. You can also Skype right into the show as soon as we go live!
Dr. Paolo Macchiarini is a world-renowned surgeon who is a leader and pioneer in the field of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering. In 2008 in Barcelona, Dr. Macchiarini made transplant history by using stem cells to help achieve the world’s first successful in-human transplantation of a tissue-engineered organ (windpipe) without immunosuppression. Then in 2011 in Stockholm, Dr. Macchiarini made transplant history again, implanting the world’s first bio-artificial windpipe using a completely artificial, lab-made nanocomposite in an adult and again in 2013 in a child in the US. Since then, Dr. Macchiarini has continued to cross frontiers with his cutting edge work, including the first laryngo-tracheal artificial tissue engineered transplantation in 2012. Currently, Dr. Macchiarini a Professor of Regenerative Surgery and Director of the European Airway Institute and Advanced Center of Translational Regenerative Medicine at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden as well as Professor and consultant thoracic surgeon at the Kuban State Medical University in Krasnodar, Russia. He is also a motorcycle enthusiast who rides a BMW 1200 GS. Follow Dr. Macchiarini on Twitter.
Also on the show: Polish-born motorcycle racer Kat Zimpel whose won multiple championships in club racing in nationals on Ducati, Bimota and Yamaha bikes. She's a Guest Instructor in the Yamaha Champion Riding School and plans to do more AMA Pro and International FIM Rounds. Follow Kat on Facebook and Twitter.
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Join Phil Naegely and his crew from Stoppage Time Soccer as they break down all things Futbol. Listen as they take us through the biggest stories of the Summer Transfer Season. What moves have your favorite team(s) made? Find out in this week's edition of Stopage Time Soccer - The Real Futbol Show sponsored by StoppageTimeSoccer.net.
Major League Soccer is in full swing and the English Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, and Bundesliga will be underway before we know it.
Sit back and relax as they give their expert analysis of all the upcoming games, and do reviews and previews of each league. Don't get Red Carded, score in Stoppage Time.
Formula One Grand Prix in Barcelona at Circuit de Catalunya was a hot race on a hot day. Mercedes AMG driver Lewis Hamilton won his 4th consecutive race today, and in doing so, broke several records. Today's race put Hamilton ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg in Championship points, and put the entire Mercedes team far enough ahead in Constructors points, they will be hard to beat. Hamilton is like a runaway train on a track heading towards another World Championship title. After a 46-lap race that included hot temperatures, sliding rear ends, and frustrated drivers, fans were clearly invested. Coming in second to Hamilton was Rosberg, third place, was the well-deserved Red Bull driver, Daniel Ricciardo. Sebastian Vettel and Valtteri Bottas rounded out the five.
The stands were filled with fans cheering for hometown favorite Fernando Alonso, driving for the Ferrari team. The team has continued struggling to find their comfort zone, but Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen succeeded getting into the top ten, coming in 6th and 7th, respectively.
Next Race, Monaco
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview former NFL Player Wade Davis. Wade will discuss when he announced he was gay, what he does now, and Michael Sam.
Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, Davis grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana and Aurora, Colorado. He played college football at Mesa State and Weber State. In 2000, Davis signed with the Tennessee Titans of the NFL as an undrafted free agent but was cut after the preseason. Davis made his professional debut in 2001 with the NFL Europe team Berlin Thunder and won the World Bowl IX title with the Thunder. After spending the 2001 preseason with the NFL's Seattle Seahawks, Davis again played the 2002 regular season in the NFL Europe with the Barcelona Dragons. Davis then participated in training camps and preseasons with the Tennessee Titans in 2002 and Washington Redskins in 2003 before retiring due to injury.
In 2012, Davis came out publicly speaking about what it was like to be closeted and gay in the NFL.
Davis is currently executive director for the You Can Play Project, an advocacy organization working to eradicate homophobia in professional sports. He formerly worked at the Hetrick-Martin Institute in New York City, New York, as the Assistant Director of Job Readiness, where he helped at-promise LGBT youth learn life skills. His writings and interviews have appeared in The Huffington Post, The New York Times and Outsports.
On today's show we talked about the two semifinals; Tuesday's match of Germany vs. Brazil and Wednesday's match between Argentina vs. Netherlands. We also had transfer news regarding Luis Suarez and the two clubs involved in that deal, those being Barcelona and Liverpool.
There are no matches today in Brazil, nor were there any yesterday, so we didn't have any recaps or previews. We did have a lot of transfer news on Luis Suarez and Alexis Sanchez in particular. Jay Douglas (@JDoug10 on Twitter) joined us to talk about those stories as well as a bit about Liverpool. Brazil take on Netherlands tomorrow and Germany play Argentina on Sunday in the final.