• 02:00

    DAYTOP: The Birth and Evolution (Part 1 of 3)

    in Self Help

    Special Guest:  Dr. David Deitch, Co-Founder of Daytop Village, Professor Emeritus, University of California at San Diego, Department of Psychiatry, discusses the birth and infancy period of Daytop Village, and the evolution of the Therapeutic Community (TC) as an approach for treating substance use disorders. In addition to the above, Dr. Deitch has written extensively on the subject of addiction and treatment, and is the founding Director of the Center for Criminality & Addiction, Research, Training, & Application (CCARTA). Dr. Deitch has over 45 years experience in the development of drug abuse treatment systems for adolescents and adults, nationally, and internationally. This is part 1 of a 3 part series.

  • 00:54

    Mindful Shift - a converstion with Steve Hickman - Dir. Center for Mindfulness

    in Spirituality

    I am very excited to be joined today by Director for the Univ. of California San Diego Center for Mindfulness Steve Hickman.  Dr. Hickman is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and has a joint appointment as an Associate Clinical Professor in teh UCSD Dept of Pyschiatry and Family and Preventive Medicine.  He is the founder and Director of the UCSD Center for Mindfulness and has himself taught over 40 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) courses, as well as adapting the program for nurses, medical students and other professionals and clinical populations.  The UCSD Center for Mindfulness is a multi-faceted program of clinical care, professional training, education, research and outreach intended to further the practice and integration of mindfulness into all aspects of society.

    They offer a broad range of mindfulness-based programs and initiatives.  Whether your interest in mindfulness is personal or professional, on behalf of a young family member or your workplace, or if you are just curious abut what it is, you are invited to explore this amazing Center!  The Center is a program of the UC San Diego Center for Integrative Medicine and Department of Psychiatry.    Truly right up Mindful Shifts alley!  I have looking to interview a Mindfulness instructor for awhile, so this should be wonderful.  Steve is so much more than an instructor!

  • 00:34

    Patricia Gándara, Ph.D. & Frances Contreras, Ph.D.

    in Business

    Patricia Gándara, Ph.D. & Frances Contreras, Ph.D., authors, "The Latino Education Crisis: The Consequences of Failed Social Policies"

    Patricia Gándara, Ph.D. is Research Professor in the Graduate School of Education and Information Sciences at University of California Los Angeles. Dr. Gándara is also co-director of The Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles,
    UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies.

    Frances Contreras is Associate Professor in the Education Studies department at the University of California San Diego.

    "The Latino Educational Crisis: The Consequences of Failed Social Policies", Harvard University Press, 2009

  • 00:41

    The Truth about Statins with Dr. Beatrice Golomb

    in Health

    Dr. Beatrice Golomb, MD, PhD joins Evelyne Lambrecht to share the TRUTH about statins, specifically in women. Dr. Golomb is a professor of medicine at UC San Diego and is widely respected for her research on statins and their side effects. She is head of the UCSD Statin Effects Study (www.statineffects.com). One of her other research interests is chocolate and one of her most popular talks is called "Chocolate: My Favorite Vegetable."

    Get your FREE 5 days to more energy for the life you want guide at www.elevateyourenergy.com. 

    Join Evelyne on Facebook at www.facebook.com/elevateyourenergy and Instagram @evelynelambrecht

  • 01:05

    ALS Crowd Radio: Dr John Ravits

    in Health

    Join us Friday, July 11, 2014 for an interview with Dr John Ravits about his research in the biology of ALS.

  • 01:01

    Metalsmith Benchtalk with Jay Whaley- teacher, inventor and master goldsmith

    in Art

    My guest on Thursday, July 17th, at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk will be Jay Whaley the owner and  instructor at the Whaley Sutdios, inventor and mastergoldsmith. Our technical producer and co-host Aly Kendrick will ask him about his background in Hawaii, his philosophy, plans for the future and more!

    About Jay Whaley:

    With 30+ years of jewelry-making experience, including many years as head of the jewelry making department at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD), Jay Whaley is proficient at hand-crafting exquisite pieces in precious metals and he excels at teaching others to do the same.Jay is a skilled goldsmith, tool designer and inventor, as well as a master wax carver. Jay’s most popular workshop shows couples how to make their own wedding or commitment bands in gold, silver, or platinum. Whaley Studios presents a wide variety of other workshops year-round as well. Jay has two new tools with patents pending, which are being produced and distributed by the Eurotool Company. A new dual-fuel torch, designed by Jay Whaley, is also being considered for possible production by a major torch manufacturer. 

    Since 2009, Jay has also been the host of Metalsmith Benchtalk on Blogtalk Radio, a popular weekly online radio show that features in-depth discussions on topics of interest to the metalsmithing and jewelry making trades.


    To Learn more visit www.http://www.whaleystudios.com

  • 00:31

    A Conversation with James M. Sinclair, MD

    in Health

    On the Wednesday, June 25th 2014 broadcast at 1:30PM Pacific/4:30PM Eastern our special guest is medical oncologist Dr. Jim Sinclair who is making an encore appearance on the show, for the previous interview click here.

    Per bio:

    'Dr. Sinclair was raised in Wisconsin where he completed his undergraduate and medical school training at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His mentor at Madison, Robert Schilling, M.D. suggested he do his post M.D. training at UCSD with Helen Rainey, M.D. and Mark Green, M.D. who continued to mentor him in the field of hematology and medical oncology. Dr. Sinclair began his private practice in 1987 and has spent the last several years fully engaged in the private practice of hematology and medical oncology.

    Dr. Sinclair has offices in La Jolla and Encinitas. He is the Medical Director of the Scripps Cancer Center at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla. His interests include benign hematology, all forms of cancer as well as palliative medicine that lead to his position as medical director of a local hospice program. He sees himself as the “quarterback” for his patients as they try to navigate their way through the complex arena of cancer care.

    In his spare time, Dr. Sinclair enjoys spending time with his family and pets.'

    For a ScrippsHealth Physician Spotlight click here. 


  • 00:31

    An ASCO 2014 Recap with Edward McClay MD

    in Health

    On the Wednesday June 11th 2014 at 1:30PM Pacific/4:30PM Eastern our special guest is noted melanoma expert Edward McClay, MD.

    Dr. McClay is making an encore appearance on the show, for our earlier chat, click here.

    'Dr. McClay is a recognized nationally as a leader in Melanoma treatment and clinical research. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Dr. McClay served as a staff sergeant in the US Air Force. He received both his B.A and M.D. degree from Temple University, graduating in 1980. He completed a Residency in Internal Medicine and a Fellowship in Medical Oncology at Thomas Jefferson University, where he was subsequently appointed to the faculty as an Assistant Clinical Professor. Dr. McClay has held several positions in academic medicine, including Associate Professor and Medical Director at the Medical University of South Carolina, Hollings Cancer Center, and Professor of Medicine and Director of Clinical Affairs at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Cancer Center.

    Dr. McClay continues his special interests in malignant melanoma and brain tumors. He co-authored the book 100 Questions and Answers about Malignant Melanoma and other Skin Cancers with his wife, Mary-Eileen. They have been married for over 30 years and have two children.'

    Join us!


  • 01:01

    720 Degree Tennis: Bill Patton w/ Jack Broudy Infinity School of Tennis

    in Goals


    Jack Broudy has been instrumental in the development of several Southern California champions. Jack has been mentor to thousands of tennis players and pros worldwide.

    Played WATCH (pro) tennis tour in Florida 1976
    Played college tennis for UNC Chapel Hill, NC 1973-75
    Top Varsity Tennis player, singles and (All-American) doubles for UCSD, La Jolla, CA 1976-1979
    Top 10 Ranked Junior in New England, representing New England District on National Junior circuit, Kalamazoo, etc.

    Jack also speaks at USPTA conventions for the past fifteen years. He has been a USPTA, level P1 for over two decades.
    Jack is author to the book, The Real Spin on Tennis, ICS Books and has been a contributing editor for www.tennisone.com since 1998.

    720 Degree Tennis is hosted by Bill Patton, a 26 year career Tennis Professional certified by both USPTA and PTR.  He has been honored to learn from some of the greatest coaches in the world and is reaching out, so that you can get to know them, and learn from them. 720 Degree Tennis also looks out for the little guy, and gives voice to topics in Tennis that affect many of us Tennis Players.  Contact Bill at 510-909-3662, @BillPatton720 on Twitter, 720degreecoaching@gmail.com.  Find him on the web at 720degreecoaching.org

    Bill's lifetime study is in The Brain / Body connection, Psychology, Education, and self discovery. Much of the wisdom from these great coaches has guided that discovery.

  • 00:26

    643 DP Radio Debut Show

    in Sports

    643 DP Radio Presenting Sponsor: Get Your Fast

    Sportz Rocker Hotline: Sportz Rocker

    Coach Palmer Social Media: Facebook , Twitter

    Patti Gerckens is currently in her 22nd season in charge of the UC San Diego softball program in 2014.  The winningest head coach in program history, Gerckens has led the Tritons to three straight NCAA postseason berths, beginning with back-to-back school-record 45-win seasons and appearances in the Division II championship game, the first of which brought UCSD its first softball title in 2011. The Tritons finished as national runners-up in her milestone 20th campaign in 2012.  Coach Gerckens Tritons

  • 01:01

    National & International Roundtable Welcomes Michael Hannigan

    in Current Events

    Michael Hannigan is President and Co-Founder of Give Something Back Office Supplies, California’s largest independent B to B office supply company. After a successful career in the office equipment industry, he co-founded Give Something Back in 1991.Modeled on Newman’s Own food company, GSB’s profits are donated to non-profit groups selected by its customers and employees. The company is a Certified and Founding B-Corporation, an Alameda County Certified Green Business, and converted to a Benefit Corporation under California’s new corporate legal framework. GSB has garnered dozens of awards including Corporate Grant maker of the Year, US Small Business Administration Business of the Year, and an award from Paul Newman and John F. Kennedy Jr; Most Generous Companies in America. He has a BA in Philosophy from UCSD and an M.Crim. in Criminology from UC Berkeley. A member of the Social Venture Network, Hannigan lives in Berkeley, California.

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