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Charlotte View welcomes national LGBT civil rights leader, Shane L. Windmeyer, Founder/ Partner/ Executive Director at Campus Pride Short Link: http://tobtr.com/s/4140091 Campus Pride represents the only national non-profit 501(c)(3) organization for student leaders and campus groups working to create a safer college environment for LGBT students. The organization is a volunteer-driven network "for" and "by" students Mission To serve LGBT and Ally stu
This week on College Sports on TJR, we are hitting up some of the most awesome stories to ever grace our show...well awesome enough to get us through this week. Where is the best basketball recruit in the country heading? Who's transferring in the world of college football? And which coach is calling out a program? All this and much more for this week's episode!
May 2, 7:30 am Mountain Time.
Race director of the new X100, John Kolarevic, joins the show to discuss his new Michigan endurance mountain bike race set for August 24th near Traverse City.
Listeners are welcome to call in and ask about the event. Are you wondering about the schedule or the course, this is your chance to get the exact info!
Description from the X100 Race Website:
"The X100, Michigan’s Ultimate Mountain Bike Xventure, starts and finishes at Beautiful RANCH RUDOLF nestled right on the Boardman River just 15 miles South of Traverse City.
The race is 100 miles of twisting single track that winds in and out of county gravel roads, two tracks and fire roads. Bikers roll through the most beautiful terrain Michigan has to offer: deep woods and steep hills dotted with pristine lakes, streams and ponds. The X100 has some killer cross-country riding – until now – known only by die-hard locals."
In the world of beekeeping, neonicotinoids have maintained the spotlight as the scientific evidence continues to grow regarding the decline of the world's bee population. Neonicotinoids are defined by the EPA as a class of insecticides with a common mode of action that affects the central nervous system of insects, causing paralysis and death. All of the neonicotinoids were registered after 1984 and were not subject to reregistration. Some uncertainties have been identified since their initial registration regarding the potential environmental fate and effects of neonicotinoid pesticides, particularly as they relate to pollinators. Data suggests that neonicotinic residues can accumulate in pollen and nectar of treated plants and may represent a potential exposure to pollinators. Adverse effects data as well as beekill incidents have also been reported, highlighting the potential direct and/or indirect effects of neonicotinic pesticides. Therefore, among other refinements to ecological risk assessment during registration review, the Agency will consider potential effects of the neonicotinoids to honeybees and other pollinating insects. Dr. David Goulson, Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Sterling and his team have conducted new research titled “Neonicotinoid pesticide reduces bumble bee colony growth and queen production.” In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, hosts, June Stoyer and special co- host, Tom Theobald will be joined today by Dr. David Goulson, Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Sterling to discuss his research.
In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and guest co-host, Tom Theobald, will be joined by David Sánchez from the Corporate Europe Observatory to discuss the recent leaked memos from Syngenta and Bayer which reveal the furious lobbying against European Union measures to save bees.
Bio: David Sánchez, BSc in Environmental Sciences and MSc in Ecology. He has been a campaigner on food sovereignty and against GM crops at Friends of the Earth Spain for several years. Now he works in the Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO), a Brussels-based research and campaign group working to expose and challenge the privileged access and influence enjoyed by corporations and their lobby groups in European Union policy making.
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After last week's debackle of a show with blogtalk taking a crap on our show, we are recalling this week's episode as episode 34, so whatever you may have heard last week...didn't happen.
With that being said, this week is all about the NFL Draft. We dedicated a good chunk of the show to the draft and also talk Big 10 and college football.
Tibor Szabo, VP Ontario Beekeepers Association discusses efforts to ban neonicotinoids on The Neonicotinoid View Radio Show with June Stoyer and Tom Theobald.
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This show is all about small college basketball and is year around. It is hosted by veteran media personality Greg Crawford of CSNNW.com and each week he interviews five prominent small college hoops coaches in the Portland, Oregon metro area. For more on Greg Crawford, please go to http://gregcrawfordspeaks.weebly.com
The five coaches interviewed each week are:
Dinari Forman----Lewis and Clark College
Curt Bickley---Multnomah University
Tim Cleary---Pacific University (Forest Grove)
Brad Barbarick---Concordia University (Portland, Oregon)
Clif Wegner---- Clackamas Community College
This is a can't miss show, lots of fun and full of important information, not to mention being fast paced.
Charlotte View conversation with Tina Marie Heckman. She will be co-starring our Monthly Show: Simply Fabulous alongside Beatrice Gordon. During these episodes Tina Marie and Bea can give you the tools you need to realize your higher potentials and your destiny, and we invite you to join them for these global online gatherings so you can experience the power of their teachings for yourself. Showtime: Friday, May 10 at NOON (EDT) Category: Spirituality Call in Number: (805) 830-8344 call at 11:45 am Duration: 30 min - 45 min
Link: http://tobtr.com/s/4706229 Tina Marie Heckman is much more than an intuitive, spiritual medium, spiritual confidant and an animal communicator. She is a compassionate, practical, sensitive and trustworthy individual who has the ability to bring insight, clarity, understanding and direction into your choices involved in your current life path. When you talk with Tina Marie, she will contact the Spiritual Guides to give you the information or confirmation you specifically need on issues that you are facing in your life, which will support your own personal mission and purpose. She helps you bridge the gap between your spiritual world and your daily life. These insights are offered to empower you to continue to seek higher meanings in the everyday circumstances of life.
Contact Tina Marie: firstname.lastname@example.org / 803-608-0577
On Saturdays, you can book and appointment with Tina Marie at the Bag Lady in Charlotte, NC
No games to talk about? No problem! Welcome to story week on College Sports on TJR! This week we take on all the hot college related stories as of late, ranging from the SEC dating ESPN to new college basketball rules and even Ben McLemore. We'll even talk about a friend of our show.
The 19 to the 24 of May is Dementia Awareness Week. Dementia is a painstaking illness that affects both the sufferer themselves and the individuals care giver. Dementia is a term that is used to describe a collection of symptoms including memory loss, problems with reasoning and communication skills, and a reduction in a person’s abilities and skills in carrying out activities of daily living. Dementia is a progressive condition. The symptoms become gradually worse, the rate of which varies from person to person and each person will experience dementia in a different way.
Listen to this segment of The NLP View Radio Show, as host, Donna Blinston is joined by author, Olive Hickmott to discuss the On-line Telesummit: New Perspectives on Dementia: 19th-24th May, Discussing How NLP and other alternative therapies help people who suffer from Dementia and more importantly, their careers. May the 17th, 2013 at 2pm EDT/11amPST/7pmGMT! Stay Tuned!
The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster consisted of a series of equipment failures, nuclear meltdowns, and releases of radioactive materials at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, following the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami on 11 March 2011. It is the largest nuclear disaster since the Chernobyl disaster of 1986. Energy expert, Thomas S. Drolet, President of Drolet and Associates Energy Services, Inc. recently visited Fukushima and was also at the site shortly after the disaster occurred to assist with the recovery process. Mr. Drolet has also been to Chernobyl and is a highly sought after speaker on the subject of nuclear energy. There is a lot to be learned from this event, especially as it pertains to Japan's history, culture and ability to create its own source of stable energy. In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Tom Drolet about the criteria leading up to Japan's decision to move forward with nuclear, the dramatic impact on the business environment as well as the social impact on its people. Mr. Drolet has worked in the energy industry and technology innovation industries for over 42 years. He brought a wealth of experience at the senior management level to the electrical utility industry at Ontario Hydro, the fourth largest electrical utility in the world (Nuclear, Coal, Natural Gas, Hydroelectric), American Electric Power (Canada) and DTE Energy. He has worked on BOD and in the oil and natural gas industries in North America and on Renewable Energies in North and South America, Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines. In the last 25 years Mr. Drolet has worked internationally in 44 countries and has spoken at over 175 major conferences on issues in energy and the effects of new technologies on the economies of the western world.