• 00:18

    Klaus-Dieter John, "I Have Seen God"

    in Books

    The visionary account of how Klaus and his wife, under God, achieved the impossible: a top class hospital for some of the world's poorest people.

  • 00:15

    Klaus Dieter John debuts I Have Seen God

    in Lifestyle

    Klaus Dieter John debuts his latest book I Have Seen God. Talk live with Klaus by calling into 646-727-2255. 

  • 01:02

    LA KINGS ROAD TALK RADIO - One on One w/Dieter Ruehle

    in Sports

    Hipcheck opens the show with a quick recap of the Kings 5-4 loss against the Stars and then gets a call from Kings/Lakers Organist extraordinaire Dieter Ruehle. They talk the journey from starting piano lessons to working the Staples Center for 2 of professional sports most illustrious franchises. Dieter is a true LA Kings die-hard having grown up watching Mario Lessard and the Triple Crown Line and has a great talk with Hipcheck about the art of the organ player for professional sports, the decline of fighting in the NHL, & what it was like to play the legendary pipe organ at Chicago Stadium, the merits of the Juno106 synthesizer, and Dieter signs the night off by bring it home with a little Coked Up Elvis! Right here on the Internets best live, uncensored spot for all things LA Kings!


     LA KINGS ROAD TALK RADIO Shooting down the Stars is brought to you by The Hunger Games- Mockingjay and B&B Premiere Insurance Solutions- call 877-794-2599 for a free quote!

  • 00:33

    I Have Seen God in Medical Missions with Dr. Klaus-Dieter John

    in Christianity

    Dr. Klaus-Dieter John grew up in Germany and met and fell in love with his wife, Martina, during his term as high school class president. The two bonded over the strong call they felt to obtain medical degrees in order to serve the medical needs of the poorest of the poor.


    Dr. John began medical school in Germany, eventually completing his surgical training at Harvard and Yale in the U.S., as well as in Johannesburg, South Africa. Martina was trained in both Germany and the U.S. and is now a certified pediatrician in both countries.


    Their medical missions work took them from Ghana to Ecuador, eventually bringing them to Peru, where they helped found the ministry Diospi Suyana in August of 2002. The main goal of Diospi Suyana was to maintain an interdenominational mission hospital, which was opened in the highlands of Peru in 2005. The ministry also operates a dental clinic, a school and a children’s ministry in Curahuasi, Peru.


    For more information about Klaus-Dieter John and the work of the Diospi Suyana Hospital.

  • 00:26

    Manna Moments: Food for Daily Living.

    in Lifestyle

    Welcome to this edition of Life by Design's Manna Moment: Food for Daily Living, hosted by Linda Brown. For the next 15 minutes we will take a look at the Word of the Day - Stick-to-itiveness. We will look at its definition and it's relation to our daily lives.


    Definition:



    the quality that allows someone to continue trying to do something even though it is difficult or unpleasant

    dogged perseverence: tenacity


    We'll be taking examples from



    B. C. Forbes, founder of Forbes Magazine. (Keys to Success)

    Dieter Dengler (Vietnam Veteran & only POW to escape capture)

    Look at 7 ways to increase your determination


    Biblical references & applications:



    Ephesians 6:18 (talking about prayer)

    1 Timothy 4:16 (lifestyle)

    Hebrews 6:10-12 (lifestyle)

    James 1:22-27

  • 00:47

    Judith Bogner, Former Bloomberg TV Host

    in Business

    Judith Bogner is a well-respected financial television presenter and experienced event host for the corporate world. For more than ten years she was one of the main European anchors of the financial news channel Bloomberg Global Television. Since May 2013 Judith has added Commercial Mediation (Alternative Dispute Resolution) to her tool box.



    Between May 2001 and October 2011, she anchored and reported for many of Bloomberg's top European-based programs both in English and German language. She also regularly delivered business news updates for partner media outlets such as Bloomberg UTV India, Bloomberg HT Turkey, N24 and F.A.Z. Radio in Germany.



    Her experience extends over a wide range of topics from developed economies to emerging markets, from corporate and business stories to politics and economics. One area that has always remained of special interest for Judith is China as a result of her university studies and work experience in Shanghai and Taiwanese family background.



    She also conducted countless interviews with market players in the international financial community as well as political and business leaders, such as European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton, former ECB Chief Economist Juergen Stark,  Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche, Nestle Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Royal Bank of Scotland Group CEO Stephen Hester and WPP Group CEO Sir Martin Sorrell.



    Judith studied in Germany and China and holds a degree of Bachelor of Arts from the University of Applied Sciences in Bremen and a degree in Hotel Management.  She was born in Germany and is currently based in London. She has lived in China, Ukraine, France, Italy and Switzerland. She is bilingual in English and German and also speaks Italian, French and Mandarin Chinese and has some knowledge of Spanish and Russian.

  • 00:31

    Episode 30: What's Next For Bowling Green Without Matt Johnson

    in Sports

    Yesterday Bowling Green fans got some rather terrible unexpected news when head coach dino Babers announced that starting quarterback Matt Johnson was likely done for the season following a hip injury. Obviously losing a quarterback is never good, especially not when he may just be the best player in the conference and a key player in your team's hopes of winning a conference title. 


    To get some perspective on what the loss of Johnson means to the team, I spoke with Thurman Dieter, one of our Bowling Green experts here at The Belt. Dieter and I talk about the injury to Johnson, the loss at WKU, what BGSU fans should expect out of their new starting quarterback, Jason Knapke, and took a look ahead at what the rest of the season has in store for the Falcons in this 30 minute episode (the 30th episode, too) of Mid-American Hustle.

  • 01:16

    e.106, with guest Dieter Kurtenbach

    in Hockey

    Join us Monday night, May 14th at 9pm central for the next edition of PuckChatter~Radio.... the official podcast of TheThirdManIn.com.
    Our guest this week is Dieter Kurtenbach, a former contributor to The Third Man In and now sportswriter at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
    We'll disect the latest Patrick Kane publicized drinking excipade and the fallout.  And we'll also analyze all the latest in Chicago Blackhawks drama, playoff fallout, rumors and off season movements.

  • 00:56

    Out of the Fog: Love Your Body, Lose the Weight with Shannon Lagasse

    in Spirituality

    Join Health and Happiness Coach Shannon Lagasse to learn to ditch the diet, let go of limiting beliefs, and create a life you love. Do you feel out of control around food? Sick of defining yourself with numbers on a scale or tape measure? Craving freedom from calorie counting and deprivation? If you're an emotional eater, yo-yo dieter, or just want to lose weight in a way that's healthy and sustainable, you'll want to tune in! Learn the 3 keys for sustainable weight loss. Shannon will also be sharing her favorite tips and techniques for living an awesome life, totally at ease in your body. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio. 

  • 00:45

    YGY Series Preview Show: Yankees-Rangers (7/28-7/30)

    in Baseball

    On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Series Preview Show, brought to you by Knoda.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler recaps the series between the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays and gives you the latest trade rumors surrounding the Bronx Bombers. 


    Then, Ben Dieter, the co-editor of Nolan Writin' and the co-host of The Ranger Report joins the show to preview this week's series between the Yankees and Rangers down in Arlington, Texas. During this episode, Ricky and Ben will talk about their takeaways from the last Yankees-Rangers series, breakdown the pitching matchups, and give their players to watch in the series. 


    Plus, Ben will tell us about who he thinks the Rangers will deal off between now and Thursday, his thoughts on Neftali Feliz as the new closer, and what he is watching for on the Rangers for the rest of the season with the team in dead last in the American Leauge West. 

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights World Organization of Societal Systems Engineers

    in Technology

    Mukilteo, WA – In the 21st century, our society faces critical problems regarding its sustainability. Population growth and aging, shortage of clean water, diminishing energy sources, corruption on rise, failing institutes, failing states, the increasing gap between rich and poor, and environmental issues are critical factors related to various societal systems, which are essential for sustainability.


    In order to develop solutions for these great challenges and societal problems, we need a framework and models that are as complex as reality, a holistic approach that integrates any variable that affects a societal system in use to help engineer a more sustainable society.


    The World Organization of Societal Systems Engineers (WOSSE) claims to have developed such a framework that integrates various models for sustainable societal systems development. Dr. Dieter Feldmann and his partner Naseer A. Choudhry, both from WOSSE, have developed the methodology of Societal Systems Engineering to address the problems of societal and business sustainability in today’s era of dynamic globalization.


    “All the elements which affect business as well as societal sustainability are constantly in flux, that’s why we call it the dynamics of globalization,” says Dr. Feldmann. “The mistake many people make is they wish to be stable, not dynamic, because dynamics are too difficult to digest and predict.”


    WOSSE’s model can be applied to solve societal systems problems, including sustainability, addressing  socio-economic, socio-ecological, socio-technological and socio-cultural aspects, all critical for a sustainable society in the age of global commonwealth.

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