• 00:34

    Kelli Richards Q&A Esther Lim Digital Strategist The Estuary

    in Technology

    Tune in as Kelli Richards, CEO of The All Access Group and Host of All Access Radio interviews Digital Strategist and self-proclaimed Geek Girl, Esther Lim.
    Esther Lim is the Co-Founder of The Estuary, an experience marketing agency and transmedia production company. She is a Web Explorer: 15 years of digital marketing experience and I am still exploring and pushing the boundaries of the web. She is also a Social Scientist: Focusing on community building in digital entertainment and branded social engagement programs. Esther is a world builder and interactive storyteller and an international speaker and mentor to companies pushing the boundaries in immersive, multi-platform storytelling.

    Esther is a self professed geek girl and proud of it, blogging regularly for GirlsinTech.net. 


    Kelli is the author of "The Art of Digital Music,” recently named a Best Books Award Winner by USABookNews.com and the acclaimed eBook "Taking the Crowd to the Cloud - Social Media for the Music Industry."

  • 00:31

    In Conversation: GOLD JERSEY DYNASTY

    in Sports

    Dreamkiller Radio returns with a LIVE conversation with Wes and Adam from Gold Jersey Dynasty.  For more information on the Estuary site for the Oakland A's: http://www.estuarywaterfrontproject.com/

  • 01:04

    Part 1 The Sounds of Hull and the Humber with Diane Green

    in Music

    Kingston upon Hull on the banks of the Humber Estuary and neighbouring towns within the East Riding of Yorkshire UK offer an eclectic melting pot of unsigned musicians.
    Today we are featuring the blues, ska, folk, pop, indie, alternative, singer/songwriter and metal thrash!
    To hear more of these musicians find them at..
    www.warrenrecords.org             www.reverbnation.com
    www.halfdeafclatch.com             www.facebook.com
    www.musicbyxiii.com                   www.thepaddingtons.net
    www.holyorders.co.uk                 www.the talks.co,uk

  • 01:04

    The Sounds of Hull and the Humber Part 1 with Diane Green

    in Music

    The Sounds of Hull and the Humber
    Kingston upon Hull on the banks of the Humber Estuary and neighbouring towns within the East Riding of Yorkshire UK offer an eclectic melting pot of unsigned musicians.
    Today we are featuring the blues, ska, folk, pop, indie, alternative, singer/songwriter and metal thrash!
    To hear more of these musicians find them at..
    www.warrenrecords.org             www.reverbnation.com
    www.halfdeafclatch.com             www.facebook.com
    www.musicbyxiii.com                   www.thepaddingtons.net
    www.holyorders.co.uk                 www.the talks.co,uk

  • 00:30

    Muddog American on America Mosquito Lagoon Saltwater Estuary

    in Current Events

    Muddog American on America. Muddog American on Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River Saltwater Estuary Replay

  • 00:30
  • 01:01

    Belief Systems: How they limit our choices ~ Sue Cook

    in Psychology

    Sue Cook is a neurodevelopmentalist; she shows people how to rewire their or their child's brain in cases of dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, ADHD, Asperger's, Autism, and Mutism and so on.
    She learnt this to help her son who had been diagnosed with dyslexia. Within a very short time people were asking her to help their children when they saw the results she achieved, and within months people in other countries were ringing her for help.

    She noticed a hitherto ignored link between neuroscience and neurodevelopment and is researching that with the help of her old university head of department who was so impressed with this link that he said he would help her research it and publish articles.

    Sue has written the program down so that anyone anywhere can access the modules from her website, or she will see families in person at her home overlooking the Blackwater estuary in England.
    Sue is a very hardworking and dedicated person, and testimonials people have written about Sue speak for themselves: 'Sue you're our hero, you've saved us'; 'best thing we ever did seeing Sue Cook, fantastic'; 'best money we ever spent seeing Sue Cook'; 'amazing, we are now have our life back' and more.

    Sue's life talks have been described thus 'absolutely fantastic ... thank you for enlightening me, and clearly blowing the room away with your enthusiasm and knowledge!'.

    Sue writes articles about her work, gives talks, does radio interviews, and is passionate about helping people overcome their brain wiring problems.

    Before becoming a health scientist and neurodevelopmentalist, Sue was a magazine editor and photographer. She has also been on the cover of a magazine, and has provided artwork of various kinds for several magazines.

  • 00:30

    The Special Gusts

    in Art

    Live, from London, it's The Special Gusts!
    Paul Seacroft - Lapsteel guitar, bass guitar and sundry aleatory equipments; Josis Ayres - Symbols, cymbals, lampshades & Estuary RADA; Roger Barham - Gastric juices, flu, Coventry via Austin Morris Motors - think Big Ends, String Assemblage; Paul Hill - Gobwork. Gusts. The Book Mountain. R.d Laing's leftover primal orgasm. The Kurdish Revolutionary Chorus With East German Armpit Cheerleader are in the vicinity pending the Arrival of Really Existing Socialism and a Mythical Imagined Community.

  • 02:00

    Whirl With Merle

    in Travel

    Tim Kerigan tells us how the oil spill has affected Florida's Gulf County? Captain Larry talks about the estuary tours in Apalachicola. Michael Shapiro fills us in on more about Ketubahs. Two more interviews from the Yorktown Settlement. New cast CD of the Broadway show Promises, Promises.

  • 00:30

    Muddog American on America Mosquito Lagoon

    in Current Events

    Muddog American on America. Muddog American on Mosquito Lagoon and the Indian River Saltwater Estuary Replay

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