• 01:09

    The Inside Edge of Figure Skating

    in Sports

    Everyone loves figure skating!

    “Every winter, millions of Canadians take to the ice, indoors and outdoors, in search of fun and fitness," says Skate Canada, the governing body for the national sport.
    In our country, you'll see many figure skating events on television throughout the year - Skate Canada, Canadian championships, world championships, and more. Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir stole the limelight at the Vancouver Winter Olympics in 2010 and Canada’s strength as a figure skating nation is a proven result of not only this type of exceptional talent.

    A group of skaters and coaches who have been willing to take risks and be part of the continuous re-definition of the sport continue to extend our expectation of what is possible.

    Join the conversation as we pull back the curtain on The Inside Edge of Figure Skating with Elvis Stojko and PJ Kwong, CBC Figure Skating Correspondent and author of “Taking The Ice”.
    • Is the figure skating world in Canada thriving?
    • Will be able to maintain our highest level of world class competitors?
    • Internal rivalry, between skaters, has gained bad press for the sport.
    • Has controversial judging tainted competition?
    • Will the respect for the sport ever return?

    These are just a few topics for our show airing LIVE at BEYONDtheCheers on Wednesday December 22nd at 7PM EST on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question or join the online chat.

  • 01:31

    Wrestlemania 31 Thought & Predictions Show

    in Wrestling

    What will this WrestleMania show mean after is all over? What does it mean to the fans rite now? The only way we can figure all this out is if we really talk about this and what we have noticed so far. Can this WrestleMania do for the fans what past WrestleMania's have? Or is there something really missing from this years big show for the WWE? And can the result really make this show become one of the best WrestleMania shows of all time.


    Call in at 646-478-5337 to get in on the show with your thoughts and opinions on how you feel this show is and what its going to be.

  • 01:07

    Using the NFL Draft to fix two teams and debating Winston and Mariota

    in Sports

    On this week’s episode of the Mocking the Draft podcast, Matthew Fairburn of Syracuse.com and Dan Kadar of SB Nation are fixing two teams. That’s right. They’ll take a look at two NFL teams and figure out their perfect NFL Draft.


    They'll also debate the merits of Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, the two best quarterbacks in the 2015 NFL Draft. Why? Becuase this is a draft show and they're contractually obligated to do so (not really). Which is better? Are Winston's off-field issues too big of a concern? Are Mariota's on-field issues a bigger deal?


    They'll talk that and much more on the latest episode of the MtD podcast.

  • 02:05

    Live and Direct with G-Ski Rocks

    in Politics Conservative

    Well Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is being charged with desertion, 5 dangerous Taliban commanders released and 6 U.S. soldiers died as a result of looking for Sgt. Bergdahl.  This administration is looking to strike any kind of deal with Iran.  ISIS is gaining more ground and threatening to murder U.S. soldiers.  The world is on FIRE and it doesn't seems like doesn't really gives a hoot!  There's much to talk about, so join @gskirocks and @airwavesamerica tonight at 9pm Eastern! Maybe we can figure it all out!  Don't miss a second!

  • 02:01

    The Goon Squad Sports Radio Show

    in Music

    The Goon Squad is a 2-Hour Sports Radio Show featuring regular guys that know their sports.  Join the squad every Wednesday at 7p.m. cst on WYDL Radio   Fans can call into the show to verbally spare with the host and co-hosts from around the country.  The show tackles sports issues with a unique spin and humor of the sports world.  Real Sports are talked about here.  Find another station if you want to talk ice-skating and gymnastics.  We keep it real!  Clear the playing field, put the women and children to bed, The Goon Squad Is Here!  

  • 00:23

    USA vs Denmark Review

    in Soccer

    Daryl and Taylor break down the USA's disappointing 3-2 loss to Denmark, and try to figure out what Klinsmann's squad was trying to do and what went wrong.

    0:00-42:00 : Denmark 3 - USA 2 recap, featuring your listener questions

    42:00-54:36 : Final thank yous to our TSS supporters!


  • 00:48

    "Family Talk Wednesday" Your Child Is Not Your “Friend”

    in Parents

    There is a purely emotional part of the parent/child relationship that is built on affection and esteem. Parents and children are genetically geared to love each other, and it’s a beautiful thing to behold.


    But there’s a stage where parenting becomes a functional role, not just an emotional role. With infants, the emotional role shows when a mother demonstrates her love by holding, talking and singing to the child. The functional role involves feeding, changing diapers and bathing the baby. One without the other is damaging for the child. So if she just loved that child but didn’t do the responsible functional things, that child would be at great risk and would be harmed and neglected. If she just took care of the functional things and didn’t show that child any love, it would have long term effects on the child’s emotional development. The emotional and functional parenting roles go hand in hand. It’s not healthy to emphasize one at the cost of the other.


    I think as kids grow older, the parent’s role becomes more functional and less emotional, which is a hard lesson for parents who want to be their child’s “best friend.” As parents, they may feel those emotions inside, but they really have to do more for their child functionally, and set limits with the child. Limit setting is a very healthy function. It’s how kids learn to figure out what’s safe and what’s not safe. What’s appropriate and what’s not appropriate. The functional role changes for parents as the child grows. With a one-year-old, it involves changing diapers. With an eight-year-old, the functional role involves getting homework done. With a fifteen-year-old, it involves enforcing a responsible curfew.

     

  • 00:58

    Guest: Anthony Biglan, PhD author of The Nurture Effect

    in Relationships

    A fascinating look at the evolution of behavioral science, the revolutionary way it’s changing the way we live, and how nurturing environments can increase people’s well-being in virtually every aspect of our society, from early childhood education to corporate practices. If you want to know how you can help create a better world, read this book.


    What if there were a way to prevent criminal behavior, mental illness, drug abuse, poverty, and violence? Written by behavioral scientist Tony Biglan, and based on his ongoing research at the Oregon Research Institute, The Nurture Effect offers evidence-based interventions that can prevent many of the psychological and behavioral problems that plague our society.


    For decades, behavioral scientists have investigated the role our environment plays in shaping who we are, and their research shows that we now have the power within our own hands to reduce violence, improve cognitive development in our children, increase levels of education and income, and even prevent future criminal behaviors. By cultivating a positive environment in all aspects of society—from the home, to the classroom, and beyond—we can ensure that young people arrive at adulthood with the skills, interests, assets, and habits needed to live healthy, happy, and productive lives.


    The Nurture Effect details over forty years of research in the behavioral sciences, as well as the author’s own research. Biglan illustrates how his findings lay the framework for a model of societal change that has the potential to reverberate through all environments within society.


    Anthony Biglan, PhD, is a senior scientist at Oregon Research Institute and a leading figure in the development of prevention science. 

  • 00:16

    5 Things to Do Before You Get College Acceptances

    in Finance

    Join host Barbie O'Connor for this week's MoneySmarts4U show about the 5 Things to Do Before You Get College Acceptances.  Besides celebrating your teen's success so far in life, Barbie will go over how to determine the priorities and needs of your student before saying yes to one school over another.  In addition, she wil help you figure out the actual expenses for attending each college under consideration.  Barbie will walk you through how to determining how much money you have available to pay for college as well as what any financial aid offers will mean to your student.  In addition, if you find your student isn't really ready yet, Barbie will share alternative ideas to traditional four year college with you.  


    For more MoneySmarts4u, buy the book on Amazon.  Subscribe to the show.  Like us on Facebook.  Listen in on Itunes.  Email any questions to barbie@moneysmarts4u.com.  Check out the website, www.moneysmarts4u.com. 

  • 01:04

    Unspoken Words: Insecurity, Drama, Commitment, The Past, Communication

    in Culture

    On this episode of Unspoken Words Robert, Dan, Samantha and Jackie take questions from listeners about their relationship struggles and concerns. We have now added an hour in which our listeners are able to send their questions in and have them answered/discussed on the show. The group wants to engage our listeners more and allow them to be apart of this discussion in trying to figure this thing between people called relationships. Send in your questions and let us know what you are struggling with, not understanding and just plain curious about!


    talktheunspoken@gmail.com

  • 00:01

    INBA/PNBA 2015 season is in full swing, stop by & find out who is already on top

    in Sports

    Join us while we recap and congratulate the most recent winners of the Inland Empire Classic and the Northern California.


    We take calls as well, plug this number in your phone and keep it handy, we look forward to hearing from you!


    347-857-3218


    Be sure to tune it at 5:00 PST. 

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