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  • 00:29

    Show #91-Engineer Your Space with Isabelle Larue

    in Motivation

    Isabelle LaRue, Creator, host and producer



    TWITTER: @EYSpace

    Isabelle LaRue is the creator, producer and host of the award winning DIY home design show “Engineer Your Space”. Affectionately referred to as “MacGyver and Martha Stewart’s love child”, Isabelle is a building engineer turned DIY home design expert with a passion for transforming less-than-prefect apartments into beautiful and functional homes. Building everything on her own, Isabelle uses simple tools and inexpensive materials accessible to everyone, especially apartment-dwellers with limited space. Her clever projects and knack for breaking down everything into manageable, easy to understand steps has made her videos and YouTube channel hugely popular with millions of views and her website, engineeryourspace.com, a favorite destination for DIY enthusiasts.


  • 02:01

    Engineer Dockins Visits With APRHF's Let's Talk Trains

    in Hobbies

    The youngest engineer to ever operate an Amtrak train over Donner Pass visits the American Passenger Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains program. Jonathan Dockins and his mom Dee Dee, stop by to talk about their adventure and how it all came to be, They will lead us through the trip of a lifetime. We will also find out what has happened since coming back home to the Jackson, Missouri area. Join us by calling in and asking questions to Engineer Dockins at 646-716-7106. 

  • 00:33

    Guest: Ndianabasi Sam, Engineer at the Exxon Mobile Engineer

    in Education

    Ndianabasi Sam is an engineer and a photographer at the Exxon Mobile who diligently supported SWACIN since it started back in 2012. Only the problem was a way to access the Internet. Though he continued to call SWACIN by telephone informing the conditions and tough situations in Nigeria. He is a valuable figure, the very grass root dealing with oil industry in the Niger Delta. 

    He discusses "Conditions of women and children in Niger Delta" "Present state of Oil industry in the Niger Delta from a viewpoint of Exxon engineer"

    Global Eco Talk Show is brought by SWACIN Inc.  Our radio shows are designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria by inviting those professionals and individuals with knowledge / experience to come to constructive resolutions to the long lasting problems such as violence against women and children, poverty and corruption so that people around the world can join solving the problems.  The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change



  • 00:31

    Guest: Micheal George, Engineer of Water Borehole in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria

    in Education

    Michael George is a borehole engineer who digs a narrow shaft bored in the ground, either vertically or horizontally. He will discuss how a borehole may be constructed,  how water is extracted, how oil pollution can affect the borehole, how people in the Niger Delta survive without borehole. 

    Engineers and environmental consultants use the term borehole to describe all of the various types of holes drilled as part of a geotechnical investigation .

    Typically, a borehole used as a water well is completed by installing a vertical pipe (casing) and well screen to keep the borehole from caving. This also helps prevent surface contaminants from entering the borehole and protects any installed pump from drawing in sand and sediment. Oil and natural gas wells are completed in a similar, albeit usually more complex, manner.

  • 01:00

    Can You Be A Successful Engineer And Entrepreneur?

    in Self Help

    Kemp Dunbar (www.sluicehammocks.com) is an NC State Mechanical Engineer with a passion for small business and entrepreneurship. He is currently focused on growing his company, Sluice Hammocks, to share the comfort and versatility of camping-style hammocks with a new audience. He also works as an biotech engineering contractor through Fourth Wind Inc, which he founded in 2012. He is an experienced CAD designer and can learn to operate any machine efficiently. He says creativity, confidence, and personal relationships are keys to success. Kemp's Sluice Hammocks were recently featured in N&O!  http://www.newsobserver.com/living/fashion/article23655343.html. 

    Divya Parekh is an international leadership wellness coach and speaker, eVirtual Roundtable Team Leader and International Coach Academy (ICA) career community leader who has worked with coaches and professionals on six continents. Setting herself apart from others in the field, Divya has merged her pharmaceutical career as a biochemist with her strong credentials as a coach and speaker. Co-author of an international best-seller book “The Voyage to Your Vision”, Divya heads The DP Coaching Group (www.divyaparekh.com), which helps executives, professionals, coaches and youth step up into levels beyond confidence and ‘stay in the dialogue’.

    This show is going to highlight how millenials can broaden their horizon to amalgamate scientific career and entrepreneurship.  Thinking creatively, acting with grit and building relationships both online and offline are key to success. Kemp will share how to overcome challenges as a young entrepreneur while working in corporate world.  Additionally, he will shed light on how to build a community of relationships where people support each other to success.

  • Educator David Goldberg Will Discuss His Book A Whole New Engineer

    in Education

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview David Goldberg.

    Now Available: A Whole New Engineer: “This isn’t just a book about engineering. It’s a book about education, entrepreneurship, and — ultimately — the future.  Read it and prepare to take notes!”— Daniel H. Pink, author of TO SELL IS HUMAN, DRIVE, and A WHOLE NEW MIND: http://amzn.to/WOBJPF.

    Coach Dave Goldberg, President
    ThreeJoy Associates, Inc.

    Host, Big Beacon Radio--Transforming Higher Education, http://bit.ly/1c5v5fP

  • 01:07

    NASA engineer spent forty years studying the meaning of existence. Call in!

    in Spirituality

    David Gaggin has degrees in math and electrical engineering. He worked for 17 years as an electronics design engineer and technical manager for Boeing, where he was responsible for designing automatic flight control and avionics systems.

    Subsequently Gaggin spent nine years as a senior executive with the US Army directing avionics and command and control R&D. During this period he also directed joint Army/NASA laboratories at Langley and Ames and was the US Army’s representative on the NATO Advisory Group for Aerospace R&D. He then went on to create Cobham Defense Electronics Systems, the world’s leading military radar microwave subsystem company.

    Taking advantage of his extensive training, he voraciously studied all the major religions and their origins.He studied the eastern and western philosophers. As a trained engineer he studied all the sciences including quantum mechanics, relativity, cosmology, anthropology, and archeology. He explored the history of languages, along with the history of agriculture and domestic farming. He studied reincarnation, mystics, and UFO’s.

    Eventually Gaggin’s extensive research began to coalesce into answers that made sense to his scientifically trained mind. He began to apply the principles of what he was learning to his own life. Inspired by the results and wanting to pass along his understandings, he compiled his learnings into his groundbreaking book The Endless Journey:A Unique Perspective on Mankind's Origin, Purpose and Ultimate Destiny. “No matter what the reader’s spiritual understanding, all seekers of knowledge and wisdom will gain comfort and understanding from The Endless Journey,” says Gaggin.

  • 00:30

    Sr. Staff Systems Engineer Rochelle Wix our Special guest on Lets Chat Radio

    in Art

    Rochelle Wix grew up in Omaha Nebrasha, the eldest  child of a civil engineer and an educator.  Rochelle's earliest memories are of watching  the huge bomber planes come in for a landing while in the car to pick up her father from TDY and watching the Apollo Mission take off.  Rochelle has a degree in Industrial Engineering Technology and is Sr. Staff systems Engineer at Lockheed Martin.  She was recently elected Modern Day Technology Leader at the 29th Annual BEYA Conference.

  • 00:59

    Classic Revisited: John's Sound Engineer, Dennis Ferrante!

    in Pop Culture

    John Lennon's vivacious, witty, and wonderful sound engineer at the Record Plant, Dennis Ferrante, stopped by the studio to talk with Jude Southerland Kessler the week after the passing of the lovely Cynthia Lennon. And in the sad events of that week, his interview (which is AMAZING and so funny! and so honest!!!) didn't get the attention it deserved. Many of you have mentioned that you missed it and would like to have it re-run. So, here it is! Grab a Coke or a cuppa and settle in. Dennis will delight you from the moment he starts speaking until the hour ends (too soon for my taste). He is brilliant!

  • 03:00
  • 01:18

    Live with Barrett: A Conversation with IT Engineer & Mompreneur Rachel Bicknell

    in Entrepreneur

    Rachel Bicknell is a senior network engineer (or IT Plumber) with 14 years of experience. Graduating with a degree in computer science from James Madison University Rachel has over her entire career trained coworkers and customers on many information technology concepts, including architecting and configuring networks with Cisco, Juniper, and Extreme devices. She has produced many procedural and architectural documents, thus simplifying the understanding of technology that looked complicated at first glance. Like many woman Rachel is a fulltime wife and mother on top of being a mompreneur. She has a passion for pugs, a knack for public speaking and online teaching, and helps people find telecommuting jobs.


    Bicknell Consulting


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