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Davy Jones speaks with Andrea Michnik from the Smithsonian Channel about his career with the Monkees and the new Smithsonian Channel documentary, “Making the Monkees,” premiering Saturday, January 10, 2008 at 8:00 p.m. The show features interviews with all of the Monkees and traces the rise and fall of the band, the TV show and its members.
The Smithsonian Institution is filled with thousands of fascinating objects and hundreds of exhibits that appeal to the whole family. With so many options, it's hard to know what to do first! This guidebook helps kids find exactly what they'd like to see.
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Scott Cluthe remembers what a big impact visiting the Ben Frankin Institute in Philadelphia had upon him. And all museums for that matter. With eduction in the Sciences seeming to be falling off the cliff, here's a place and activity that can light ayoung persons' mind & soul. Emily Korrell, who is a Smithsoniam kids guide and author, talks about the new Awesome Adventures at the Smithsonian book just released that is fun, interactive and educational. 3 of the new golden rules to reach young minds!
Awesome Adventures at the Smithsonian: The Official Kids Guide to the Smithsonian Institution is an interactive guidebook just for kids with material that can be enjoyed at home and in the museums. It covers the three most visited Smithsonian museums: the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of Natural History, and the National Museum of American History.Awesome Adventures at the Smithsonian is the perfect book to help kids get excited about and get the most out of their visit to the Smithsonian.
Awesome Adventures at the Smithsonian was developed by Emily B. Korrell, an elementary and middle school teacher, along with museum educators and curators to stimulate and encourage deep involvement by all types of learners. It is recommended for ages 8–12 and can be used at earlier ages with an adult.
Chief Golden Light Eagle (Loren Zephier) is a member of the Ihunktowan Dakota Nation. His blood line is Lakota, Dakota, Nakota and French. He is one of seven Sundance Chiefs for the Yankton Sioux Sungdeska Sapa Tiospaye. He co-authored four books titled, "Maka Wicahpi Wicohan", "Anpao Wicahpi Wicohan", "Iktomi Wicahpi Wicohan", and "Can Wakan Wicohan". The MAKA WICAHPI WICOHAN manual was inducted into the Smithsonian Institution during a formal ceremony on September 26, 1999 and the manual was also donated to the A.R.E. Library on September 22, 2002. Chief Golden Light Eagle is also a co-founder of the Star Knowledge Conference series and Star Knowledge TV.
Greg Reid filmmaker, motivational speaker, and bestselling author. Also an entrepreneur and the CEO of several successful corporations, he has dedicated his life to helping others achieve the ultimate fulfillment of finding and living a life of purpose
Marc Korsch offers securities and advisory services through Centaurus Financial, Inc., member FINRA and SIPC and a Registered Investment Advisor. NavAdvisors and Centaurus Financial, Inc are not affiliated
Jeff Zias Innovation Leader and author specializing in Grassroots Innovation. He likes focusing on the innovation tools and mechanisms that build strong innovation cultures. After leading technology groups at Apple, Taligent, IBM, and 4 Silicon Valley startups, Jeff joined Intuit, and has recently published the Innovation Animals, a book that covers the A, B, Cs of innovation in a new and engaging way
George Smolinski Amazon #1 Bestselling author, is a physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation and also specializes in maximizing productivity and efficiency in everyday life. He’s the founder of the website Four Hour Physician
Meg Smolinski has been at the Smithsonian since 2005 and managed several projects, including the internship program for her department, managing the director’s office, and working with safety staff
Brina Marcus General Manager at Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon in Boulder City, NV
In her final show until March 1, 2015 (she is taking a sabbatical to work on a writing project), The Authentic Woman Host, Shannon Fisher, will interview Historian, Renee Davis, about women's roles in society from a historical perspective. Renee is a historian and devoted advocate for women’s rights. She sits on the Board of Directors for UniteWomen.org Action and served as their Executive Vice President of Political Action, also creating their "Unite Against Rape" campaign to raise public awareness of the issues of rape, human trafficking and violence against women.
Combining her love of history with her love of activism, Renee led UniteWomen.org - in partnership with several other prestigious organizations including the National Women's History Museum, the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum, and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History - through the planning of the Suffrage Centennial Celebration, which was a week of events in D.C. leading up to a reenactment of the Woman Suffrage Parade of 1913.
Renee is a graduate of McNeese State University, where she won a medal for her Senior Thesis, and she is currently working on her M.A. at Louisiana Tech University. Renee runs a Facebook page focused on Women’s History, and she lectures about the role of social media in modern politics
The Authentic Woman is hosted by women's rights leader, Shannon Fisher. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities, and community leaders - discovering their personal inspiration and passions. This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor and website professional, www.pmlmedia.com.
LTVO-PintoPt3 What do the Smithsonian and Jack Nicolson have in common? Who is Alison Krauss or Marty? Learn the answers as Thom Pinto discusses voice-over TV narration for documentaries, aka the ‘serious read’ and the human side. Find out how have ‘how-to’ videos changed? How do you balance the budget as an entrepreneur? A BIG question – Do you have to live in LA? And one more ‘celebrity’ influence on the VO jobs…
Thom Pinto, a Commercial, Promo and Documentary voice actor since the early 80s, has national campaigns including Pacific Life, NetZero, Honda Motorcycles, Chevron and Staples. He’s doing promos for every major network and is currently heard daily on the CBS Evening News as well as affiliates across the country. Thom’s narration credits run the gamut of serious documentaries on the History Channel and Smithsonian network to lighter projects for the Travel Channel.
Learn more at www.thompinto.com and on Facebook.
Love That VoiceOver is an internet radio show unveiling the personalities and projects behind the mic, with your fun loving host LoveThatRebecca, aka Rebecca Michaels Haugh. Every week it's a new interview with a fresh perspective on the art and artistry behind the voice-over microphone....
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Jonathan Gray will be with us this Saturday night. He will be discussing instances where artifacts "disappear," are confiscated and where archaeologists are threatened or die when they discover finds that go against he status quo of current "scientific" thought. He may delve into other things too. So, please tune into what promises to be an exciting interview; Jonathan's always are! Show starts at 6PM Pacific and 9PM Eastern. The call in number is located on the Blogtalk web page. We encourage call in's.
Tyson V. Rininger began exploring aviation photography in 1989 at the NAS Point Mugu Airshow. Lacking the knowledge of marketing and creativity, he chose the business name, TVR Photography. As an unestablished fifteen year-old photographer, Tyson worked at local camera stores for the next 13 years while building a portfolio and networking with publications and image houses along with assisting more established photographers for a better understanding of the field.
In 2001 Tyson became a full-time photographer working with George Hall & Check-6, as well as Zenith Press’ Air Superiority line of calendars and eventually two books, “Red Flag: Air Combat for the 21st Century” and “F-15 Eagle at War”. He went on to work for numerous publications including Air & Space Smithsonian, Aviation Week & Space Technology, Combat Aircraft, PrivateAir, PilotMag and many others.
In 2009, his career became focused on all aspects of air shows when he spent a year as a wing walker with American Barnstormers. Over the next couple of years he captured an image that would become the icon of the 100th Anniversary of Naval Aviation and became the first and only civilian photographer to provide the USN Blue Angels with their annual lithograph. www.tvrphotography.com
Listen in to find out how you can win your own T-Shirt of our 3rd annual "Aviation Month" banner.
Monday, November 3, 2014 8:00 PM ET
Mike will be welcoming a very special guest, Richard P Jackson, the internationally acclaimed interfaith Minister, counselor, healer, and extraordinarily gifted psychic.
Richard’s extraordinary gifts have been the subject of numerous books, as well as the subject of documentaries on the Discovery and History channels. Richard P Jackson also has been a featured guest or contributing expert on paranormal and spiritual matters for magazines, newspapers and major news organizations such as Fox News, CNN, NBC, as well as numerous appearances on internationally broadcasted radio programs like the “X-zone,” and “Coast to Coast AM.”
His documented talents, which are beyond scientific explanation, have been called upon by such institutions as law enforcement, Lloyd’s of London, and Smithsonian Museum affiliates, and even organ transplant facilities, for a range of services from assisting in investigations, to de-haunting corporate offices and famous battlefields. In his capacity as an interfaith minister, he has been called upon by leaders of every major religion from Protestant, to Catholic, Jewish, and Muslim faiths, and has personally assisted such notables as: The Most Reverend Father Malachi Martin, and the Most Reverend Bishop McKenna, with some of their most difficult cases of demonic possession requiring exorcism. Richard’s New Years’ predictions for the last 5 years have been proven to be more accurate than any other psychic or futurist when the record shows he predicted such major world events as the Arab Spring, and even the Earthquakes in Haiti, and Japan.
Rory Young is the co-author of "A Field Manual for Anti Poaching Activities". He has also been published by Newsweek, Forbes, The Huffington Post, Slate and many others, and was awarded the title “Top Writer 2013” by the online knowledge market Quora for his writings on African wildlife and conservation. He has also been interviewed and quoted by Smithsonian Magazine, Huffington Post, Yahoo News and many other publications about the current poaching crisis and what needs to be done to reign it in.
He originally trained as a Professional Guide and Professional Hunter (via problem animal control in community wildlife areas in Zimbabwe and Zambia), in the early 90’s. This was achieved under the then rigorous licensing system of the Zimbabwean Department of National Parks and Wildlife Management. He has now spent 25 years working in the related fields of conservation, wildlife management, forestry and safaris. Multi-lingual, this has enabled him to cross the divide between Anglophone and Francophone countries, to gain a uniquely broad perspective of the continent and its conservation challenges and potential solutions.
An expert tracker, he has developed and researched the skills since childhood. He has successfully combined traditional tracking methods with modern forensics and military tactical tracking, to develop highly effective methods of locating poachers. He has been invited to advise and teach advanced tracking and other field skills to wildlife protection, law-enforcement and military special operations personnel in many African and Western countries.
Realizing wildlife protection needs to be tailor made, ha has worked in partnership and consulted with experts, gaining a wide base of knowledge and skills including investigations, surveillance and apprehension.
Our October 28th episode will feature guests: Catherine Brown (Inquiry librarian for lead, exhibits, and programs at UCLA Powell Library) & Amy Homma (Manager of Digital Learning Program, ARTLAB+ Hirshhorn).
We will be discussing how to push the envelope and break barriers as it relates to teaching and learning in the 21st century. It can all be summed up to the term – exposure. Exposing students and/or the university community to new ways of being creative to inspire and influence not only their respective audience, but colleagues and facilitators as well. Our guests will speak upon their unique initiatives and how these ideas have been a benefit to their community.
What is the ARTLAB? - http://www.e-torch.org/2014/08/what-happens-when-creativity-meets-smithsonian-technology-and-resources-artlab/
UCLA Powell Library - http://www.library.ucla.edu/powell/rotunda?