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Gordon Bannerman, Sports Editor of the Perthshire Advertiser, discusses all things golf as well as other popular sports in Scotland. All of this and more on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.
WELCOME TO THE NFL PODCAST..my name is jeff FROM SPECULATION SPORTS....let's talk about my dallas cowboys 2015-2016 schedule....GIANTS,EAGLES,FALCONS,SAINTS,PATRIOTS,BYE,GIANTS,SEAHAWKS,EAGLES,BUCCS,DOLPHINS,PANTHERS,REDSKINS,PACKERS,JETS,BILLS,REDSKINS....it looks easy on papers folks....12-4...the road 2 SUPER BOWL 50 BABY...let's talk about some of the big games this season shall we..LIVE ON THE SHOE...YOUTUBE....tweet and facebook the show SPORTS FANS...hell ya...and away we go...ENJOY THE SHOW...fantasy football talk..GOD NO PEOPLE
in Self Help
The only radio show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief.
This week we will be answering questions listeners have written in. Some of the topics include caregivers and grief and choosing to die. We will talk about the impact of dying and death on relationships in particular family relationships and friendships and co-workers.
Listeners are welcomed to call in.
We look at the world this Monday: Iraq, Scotland and David Busby joined me for a chat about the big weekend for local teams.
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Hey Craicheads ! SOme Good Craic is back LIVE on 4/22/15 at 8 pm EST . Memorial Day is only a month away and its time to start getting psyched about it. Festival season is also here and the 38th Annual East Durham Irish Festival takes place May 23 & 24 . This years lineup is great and on the next couple of radio shows I'll be playing lots of music by the bands that will be performing at the ED FEST and chatting to them as well. This weeks show I'll be chatting with Bostons Erin Og(Bobby) and The Canny Brothers Band (Tom) . Show starts at 8 - Call in number is 714-868-0746 . And the chat room will be up and running.
Air date: April 11, 2015
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Now that Daylight Saving Time is here here yet again, it's time to ponder and discuss it's merits and drawbacks. Of course, for all the people who like or even love it there are a certain percentage of people who can pretty much do without it. Your host, "The Voice", is one of those people. And there's other less important stuff like the lights that were seen by NASA on the newly-discovered (?) dwarf planet. And the homeless guy fatally shot by a police officer in Los Angeles and why there is not a lot of media coverage and mercifully no public outrage. And now there's talk of rats in the New York City subway system that carry fleas that can cause Bubonic Plague. But, hey, none of that's important compared to Daylight Saving Time............Right?
in Self Help
The only show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief,
This week's conversation will focus on conditions that create chronic loss and grief.
So often we find ourselves in conditions that create chronic loss and therefore chronic grief without even realizing it. Some of these circumstances include poverty, violence, chronic health issues, abuse.
We will look at the links between some of these conditions and chronic grief.
Welcome to That Other Sports Show, today Jay and Jesse will be chit chatting more about the continuing NBA Playoffs and some of the key match ups heading into next weeks games.
The guys will welcome back Tianna Hairston, a Boston native who will walk us through her memories of one of the worst acts of terrorism on our home soil April 15th, 2013, the Boston Marathon Bombing and how Boston has not only survived but flourished.
And as always, we will fill your ears with plenty of MMA action (and maybe even some boxing action as well) as the guys discuss the 'Dragon Slayer' Luke Rockhold and his slow rise to the top of the UFC Middleweight heap, whats left for Lyoto Machida and the upcoming UFC PPV headlined by the Flyweight Championship title fight between Champion Demetrious Johnson and Kyoji Horiguchi.
All of this and usually a little bit more, so tune in!
Breaking barriers might be considered a family tradition for Tamera Rush. Her grandmother was one of the first female pastors in the Methodist conference. Tamera herself has broken barriers in the tech arena. She was the most senior woman at a large tech corporation that contracted with the Department of Defense. Then she decided to start her own company, Tenax Technologies. Just barely a year old, she is already turning a profit.
Tamera will talk with us about what it's like to stand out in a traditionally-male environment and other challenges she faces as a minority contractor (women are put into that category). She will also talk about her work with SARC, an abuse resource center.
in Self Help
The only radio show dedicatehe issues of grief and loss.
This week's conversation will focus on grief and the caregiver.
We will take a look at the special relationship between the dying and the caregiver and the impact the caregiver role has on grief.
Listeners are welcome dto call in.
Singer/songwriter Meredith Seidel has become one of the most sought-after performers in the Baltimore/DC corridor. She and her band, Soul Fusion, cover the gamut of genres as they soar from standards to soul to gospel to pop.
She has achieved what every artist strives for: She makes a living from her art. As for any entrepreneur, it was - and continues to be - a lot of hard work. One of the things we talk about is the role her spirituality and meditation practice play in her success as a person and as an artist. She always sees the positive spin on everything, to the point where she cannot write a sad or depressing song; it'll always end up with a hopeful ending. Join us in our conversation and hear a couple of her songs.