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  • 00:12

    The Other Side of Orlando

    in Travel

    Most people think about DisneyWorld, SeaWorld, and Universal Studios when they think of Orlando. They don't think about adventure, but Orlando is full of adventure--if you know where to look. Listen up if you want some serious fun you won't soon forget!

    Terrance Zepke is an award-wining and best-selling author of 30 books, including TERRANCE TALKS TRAVEL: A POCKET GUIDE TO SOUTH AFRICA and SPOOKIEST BATTLEFIELDS. She is also a travel blogger, travel agent, and adventure travel expert. She has lived and traveled all over the world and participated in many extraordinary adventures, such as shark cage diving in South Africa, piranha fishing on the Amazon, camping in the Himalayas, and dog sledding in the Arctic Circle. To subscribe to her popular blog featuring cheap travel tips and TRIP PICKS, get free downloadable travel reports, and learn about contests and much more, visit www.terrancetalkstravel.com and www.terrancezepke.com. 


  • 00:49

    Oct 15th 2010 " Disneyland & Disneyworld"

    in Entertainment

    on the next "A Couple Of Disney Geeks", we look at Disneyland and DisneyWorld. plus Glenn returns

  • 00:29

    Dis Happy Place Podcast Episode 4- 2015 Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party

    in Travel

    Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom, and give you all of the news in the world of Disney. Plus dont miss Tiffanys weekly shopping segment and more.

  • 01:59

    Pioneers: Healing Lyme With Bee Venom Therapy Amber Rose's new book! Episode #9

    in Health

    HEALING LYME WITH BEE VENOM THERAPY There is a ride in Disneyworld that shrinks a doctor down to a microscopic level and injects her into the bloodstream of a patient to find and heal the chronic illness. But we don’t have to wait for medical science to catch up with Disneyworld. We each have an inner physician within us who has gone to sleep, like Rip Van Winkle.

    It is imperative for Lyme patients (especially Late Stage/Chronic Lyme) to wake up their own inner physician. If this were an easy task, we would already have remedies for Lyme and many other chronic conditions. But waking up that inner physician is not so easy. You cannot just kiss Sleeping Beauty and wake her up.

    Bee venom is the only natural substance I know of that really wakes up this physician in such a powerful way that it cannot be ignored or go back to sleep. Since bee venom is a poison, a toxic substance, its entrance into the body creates an emergency situation and forces the body to go through a cascade of reactions. In the process it cleans up any underlying conditions. The melittin in bee venom must kill the Lyme spirochetes that are hiding out deep inside the body.

    We are gonna discuss the new book, it's teachings and how it's affecting the Lyme Patient.

    Purchase the book on Amazon.com http://www.amazon.com/Pioneers-Healing-Lyme-Venom-Therapy/dp/1515127818/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1441493310&sr=8-1&keywords=pioneers+lyme&pebp=1441493310999&perid=1V1AW4ECN8376AZ2RHC7

  • 01:01

    #42 Running with a Pram / Disneyworld Marathon / Mothers Day

    in Fitness

    Running with a pram is a great idea and can be both fun and rewarding for the parent as runner and the child as passenger.
    It is however not as easy as it looks and in response to a listeners question in this episode Sue reports on  running with a pram.
    Sue has also posted the running with a pram content as a blog post. Click here to read.
    To continue the family theme Travelling Fit take us to the Disneyworld Marathon and we explore Mothers Day Run ideas.
    Regular segments include:
    Over the shoulder Ask Sue Marathon Man Minute Talking Travel The Road Ahead


    in Culture

    Please join host Frankie Picasso for a very special show on Thursday August 27th when my guest is Police Constable Gareth Ward who is campaigning diligently to help his super hero buddy, 5 year old Luke Brewer and family fly to America where Luke will be treated for cancer in October.

    Luke was recently diagnosed with Rabdomysocoma, a type of sarcoma that attacks connective tissue and usually hits children 1 to 5 years old.  As treatment is unavailable in the UK, Luke and his family need to come to the USA and the course of therapy will take 7 weeks.

    Gareth hopes to raise enough to bring the family for treatment and have a little left over to send Luke to Disneyland as a special treat for the brave little man.  

    To date, Gareth has been able to raise a little over £1000, but this is still a long way off the target of £2000 he needs.

    In addition to the Go Fund ME site:     http://gofundme.com/lukethesuperhero     Gareth is also planning to raise money by participating in a 9bar9x9 running event in Luke’s name. This is an 81km endurance run held in Guildford, Kent, UK, on 10 October and Gareth will be running it in full police gear weighing approximately 42 lbs. In addition to all of this, Gareth also designed some amazing super hero wrist bands that are also a fund raiser and can be purchased on Facebook by going to https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=427589130758195&id=232219716961805

    Please join us to help raise money for Luke and CALL US to send your POSITIVE MESSAGES of LOVE to Luke who I know will listen to the show and love to hear your words of encouragement.

  • 00:30

    WDW Fan Zone BlogCast Monthly Sunday Night Edition #2

    in Travel

    Please join Stuart Sternberg, Jamie Robbins, Jennifer Young, and Kurt to discuss how social media has changed the ways we tour Walt Disney World and Disneyland.

  • 01:01


    in Health


    Join Cherise, George and Scott and special guest Rick Phillips, T1D and Rheumatoid Arthritis


    In 1974 I was a typical guy; I loved the outdoors, riding bicycles, cars and of course I had an interest in girls. My diagnosis was not at all unexpected. My mother had type 1 diabetes as did her sister who unfortunately died when Mom and she were children. But the truth is; I had lived with diabetes my entire life, first in vitro as my mother had gestational diabetes and then as a child when she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.

    Then while visiting Disneyworld, I became very ill, was rushed home to Indiana and admitted to the hospital. I had my first insulin injection even before I was admitted. I was released from the hospital on my 17th birthday. I learned two things that week. Illness can happen any time and Disneyworld is not always the happiest place on earth.

    For the next 26 years I was reasonably self-sufficient. There were no major illnesses or issues. But then I started to feel awful all of the time and I was having difficulty moving, walking or even sitting. That was when I was introduced to the new world of Rheumatoid Arthritis. I was in the middle of my career and having RA was not a part of my plan.

    I worked for 12 more years after diagnosis with RA until I was unable to keep pace and had to find a different purpose in life. So in 2008 I accepted (with great reluctance) disability retirement from my employer.

    The truth is often forgotten however. I am first and foremost a husband (Sheryl and I have been married since 1977), a father (2 wonderful sons), and grandfather to 3 of the most charming, intelligent, and awesome grandchildren (I know opinions may vary).

    But through it all I still love bicycles, collecting things, laughing a lot (mostly at me), sarcasm, and most importantly having a good time. 


  • 00:21

    Barstool Rundown February 5

    in Football

    Topics Include - Brian Williams lying, neighbor Gary's snow rant, Verlander and Kate Upton going on a safari in disneyworld and more

  • 00:28

    TERRANCE TALKS TRAVEL: Disney Adventures

    in Travel

    During this Terrance Talks Travel: Uber Adventures show, you'll learn all about Disney, including DISNEY ADVENTURES. I will be interviewing Julie Barbee, who is a Disney travel specialist. Disney travel planning can be complicated, especially if you want to do it on a budget or include special events, such as dining with Disney characters. Julie is going to reveal some strategies for getting the most bang for your buck and share some of her favorite Disney attractions and activities. She also discusses why Disney cruises are the best, Disney's newest resort in Hawaii, and their latest venture--Disney Adventures. Disney Adventures is a fairly new and exciting vacation option for both adults only and family adventures in the U.S. and overseas, such as New York City, Alaska, The Tetons,Yellowstone, and Galapagos Islands. They offer all kinds of special touches that help make these once-in-a-lifetime adventrues. For Julie's contact information, FREE Travel Reports, Terrance's Trip Pick of the Week, and much more, go to www.terrancetalkstravel.com

    Terrance Zepke is a travel agent, travel writer, and adventure travel expert. She has traveled to every continent and has enjoyed many worldwide adventures. She is in demand as a speaker and has made numerous media appearances, including The Travel Channel, Good Morning Show, and Travel with Rick Steves. She has written hundreds of articles and posts, as well as a dozen guidebooks, including THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEAP TRAVEL: SAVE UP TO 90% ON LODGING, FLIGHTS, TOURS, CRUISES & MORE!, COASTAL SOUTH CAROLINA: WELCOME TO THE LOWCOUNTRY, and TERRANCE TALKS TRAVEL: A POCKET GUIDE TO SOUTH AFRICA.

  • 00:31

    SciFi4Me Live From the Bunker #140527

    in Entertainment

    Starlog #140527 -- Talking with Bruce Branit of BranitVFX about his recent entry into the viral community, Big Red Bow, the faux Star Wars Weekends spot that has everyone talking. And we might talk about some... other... projects.

    Music by The Sub-Vectors.


    News, talk, opinion, discussion, and more! It's our first talk show -- with topics ranging from sci-fi to sci-tech, the latest headlines, the latest gossip, trends on social media, and more!

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