• 03:00

    Metal International Episode 14 THE RETURN!!

    in Rock Music






    All Hail The Mustache - Coffins (Hollywood,FL)
    Zardonic - Bring Back The Glory (PLANET EARTH)
    Zardonic - For Justice (PLANET EARTH)
    Zardonic - Smells Like Teen Sprirt Remix (PLANET EARTH)
    Violent Work of Art - Reasons To Hate (Sweden)
    Moonsorrow - Sankarihauta (Helsinki,Finland)
    Inactive Messiah - Sing (Athens/Hellas Greece)
    Ministry - Punch In The Face (Los Angeles, CA)
    Hopgrasser - Chivalry Might Be Dead (San Diego,CA)
    (de)absolve - Bereft (Sebring,FL)
    (N)ception - Huntress ft Jeremy Hyson (Orlando,FL)
    Gargamel - Cold and Twitchy (Orlando,FL)
    Skindred - Playing With The Devil (Newport, South Wales)

  • 01:11

    ROYNATION #79 Helsinki and Homo Heritage

    in LGBT

    GET OUT OF THE SAUNA and into the STREETS!

    Activism is happening everywhere and how to reach everyone everywhere to deal with the attacks on Russian LGBTQ people is what drives our  Helsinki-based Parisian activist, Stephane Pierrre.  We'll be talking about why and what that activism is important and how Helsinki is doing it.

    GUEST: Activist, Stephane Pierre

    Heritage or History and why the distinction when talking about gays.  The world premiere of THE GAY HERITAGE PROJECT at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre promises to be an ambitious look at what unites gay men across generations, continents and struggles.

    GUESTS: actors and writers, Andrew Kushnir and Paul Dunn

    The Pyramids are Gay; Get over it!

  • 00:36

    WebbWeaver Book ProudlyPresents: Author Lisa C. Paul

    in Books


    Swimming in the Daylight: An American Student, a Soviet-Jewish Dissident, and the Gift of Hope:

      In September 1984, Lisa Paul, an American college student living in Moscow and working as a nanny, enters Inna Meiman’s house for her first Russian language lesson. And so begins a two year friendship and fight for Inna’s life. Swimming in the Daylight chronicles Inna’s struggle to shed her refusnik status and to be granted a visa to travel to America, seeking medical treatment for the cancer that is slowly killing her.

      Inna reveals an indomitable spirit as she endures a perverse reality as a citizen of the Soviet Union—she must deny invitations from countries in the West to receive life-saving cancer treatment due to her inability to receive a visa from her own government. This refusal, Inna explains to Lisa, is the Soviet authorities’ way of persecuting her and her husband Naum, a member of the Moscow Helsinki Watch Group fighting for human rights in the USSR. Spurred by outrage and the desire to help her friend, Lisa returns to the United States, vowing to do all she can to get Inna out of Moscow. Lisa stages a hunger strike, holds a press conference, and galvanizes American politicians to fight for Inna’s freedom. All these efforts eventually succeed in pursuing Mikhail Gorbachev to issue Inna a visa in December 1986, and she finally steps foot on American soil. At a time when international strife seems insurmountable and worries at home seem to paralyze, this story will teach people everywhere that it is the courage inside that defines a person and can change the future.

  • 00:43

    Nips: October 27, 2014

    in Business

    Enhance your experience if listening live to this episode ... Follow us on twitter @pulpnpaperradio for live tweets with more information during the broadcast.

    In the news: Kimberly-Clark to cut up to 1,300 workers; The interesting case of the diaper hoarders; Explosion at facility; Liberty Diversified International acquires Harbor Packaging; Stora Enso investing 27 million Euros at its Imatra Mills in Finland; Pratt CFO passes away at age 43; Potlatch inks purchase agreement for 201K acres of Alabama and Mississippi timberlands; Cascades, the Québec government and Rackam inaugurate a major solar park in Kingsey Falls; Water crisis in Brazil; Metsä Fibre, Port of Helsinki agree to develop export harbor for pulp; Södra invests $13.8 million in Mönsterås pulp mill; Georgia-Pacific is expanding Arkansas operation; Update from SKF; Expera Specialty Solutions announces Kaukauna, Wisconsin headquarters; Earnings reports and much more!

    Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper industry worldwide. Hosted by Chuck Swann, who will be filling in for Jim Thompson, the voice of the worldwide pulp and paper industry.

    Listen live at 7 a.m. EDT on Monday, 27 Oct 2014, or anytime afterward!

  • 01:44

    Voice of Albion ~ Konstantīns Pupurs

    in Politics

    Paul Interviews Konstantins Pupurs. He is a board member of the National Alliance - all for Latvia Party.

    Konstantins is a Political Scientist, Historian and Linguist. He graduated from  Massachusetts State University in Boston in 1999, and in 2003 obtained his Masters Degree from London School of Economics in Russian and Post Soviet Studies.

    Prior to that he was studying at the Moscow Institute of History and Archives between 1983 - 1986. In 1986 he was excluded from the educational institution for anti Soviet agitation and propaganda. He continued his studies at Latvia State University until he was expelled from the Country in July 1988 for participating in the Anti Communist Resistence Movement.

    The most Latvian of Holidays - Ligo!

    Ligo performed by 15,000 Latvian's

  • 01:00

    Ransom and the Subset: debut release. Rory Partin: new big band album.

    in Music

    Seattle-based Ransom and the Subset are set to release their debut album “No Time to Lose” on October 7, 2014. Fronted by RanDair Porter, Ransom and the Subset are an alternative rock band full of harmonies, magnetic power-pop chords, and soaring keyboard riffs that build arrangements that keep listeners coming back. When Porter assembled the band, he picked the best musicians he knew; producer and multi-instrumentalist Brian E. King (Guitar/Bass/Keys) and Grammy-winning engineer Ducky Carlisle (Drums/Background Vocals). Together they deliver a dynamic blend of heightened pop sensibilities and modern rock influences that appeal to all audiences.

    Accompanied by a 21-piece band, Rory Partin is spreading his  genuine passion for entertaining and making great music people can enjoy and most important, dance to. Having traveled to and performed in places such as Brussels, Paris, Prague, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Toronto, London, Helsinki, and many more, Partin plays standards, new songs, long-time favorites, and Cajun music from his home state Louisiana.  There is nothing like Partin out there today.  He can move from standards, to love songs to pop with ease and joy.  And he has a new album of all of the above out.  And he is with us this Friday to tell us how he does it.

  • 00:16

    Frozen in time a piece of memory that will travel through time : Eugene Farrell

    in Lifestyle

    Photography is an art. It has outlived time and is a witness of the past of where those of us in the present could not witness. Eugene Farrell started photography as a hobby and captured amazing photos through out his travels to Nepal, India, Australia,Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and places in Europe. He is also a photographer for Human's of Helsinki. Let's learn about Eugene through his journey.

  • 00:20

    Letting your fingers do the talking a melange of old and new: Wanjiku wa Ngugi

    in Lifestyle

    Wanjiku wa Ngugi is a writer, editor and film enthusiast.Her book 'The Fall of Saints' was released in February and has gotten raving reviews.A director of  the Helsinki African Film Festival (HAFF).  HAFF is an annual event that has been running for 5 years. When talking of expression, apart from being a writer Wanjiku is a playwright. Her first co-written play in Finland-- Love & Revolution with Miriam Makeba debuts at this years HAFF festival on 17th May. 

    Let's get to know Wanjiku and her art of expression.

  • 02:00

    Computer America - 5/29/2014- Both Hours: David Perry and F-Secure!

    in Technology

    Computer America

    BOTH hours: David Perry is back from Helsinki with a new job and new title!  And he has loads of prizes to give away too!  David is one of the world's authorities on malware and he is now the Spokesperson for one of the leaders in Anti-Malware, F-Secure!

  • 01:59

    Curing Diabetes and Other Modern Illnesses: Interview With Dr. Antti Heikkilä

    in News

    Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in our modern world. Millions of people worldwide suffer from type 2 diabetes, and up to one third of the world’s population is pre-diabetic. Caused by disturbances in the metabolism of a hormone called insulin, diabetes is a serious illness affecting the whole body and leads to many complications, even premature death.

    Dr. Antti Heikkilä, is a surgeon and orthopedic and traumatology specialist at Eira Hospital in Helsinki, Finland. He strongly criticises the current treatment for diabetes that is based on the use of large amounts of insulin, as well as a diet low in fat and high in carbohydrates. According to Dr. Heikkilä, this officially recommended treatment worsens the condition, by confusing insulin metabolism even more. Insulin is not harmless, it is a poison, and excess amounts cause much damage in the body.

    Dr. Heikkilä’s work is based on solid clinical experience of over 43 years, as well as many reliable published studies. Dr. Heikkilä’s recommendation for the treatment of diabetes is a natural and nutritional diet low in carbohydrates. Many of Dr. Heikkilä’s patients have been able to come off their medication or have completely cured themselves with a low carbohydrate diet.

    Dr. Heikkilä is the author of Nutrition Therapy for Diabetes as well as dozens of medical papers.

    Join us and Dr. Heikkilä this Sunday, May 11th 2014, 2-4pm EST (11am-1pm PST, 8-10pm CET) for the low down on how the modern diet has done so much to create rampant modern diseases like diabetes, heart disesase, arthritis etc.

  • 01:00

    Diane Brennan, MBA, MCC - Coaching Professionalism

    in Current Events

    Coaching Professionalism: Owning our roots and strengthening the field

    This show will be about the evolution of coaching and coaches as professionals. What are the disciplines, theories and practices that influence coaching? Why is important we own our roots? What do we really need to know as practitioners?

    Special Guest:
    Diane Brennan, MBA, MCC works with leaders and teams to expand thinking, navigate change, and create a learning culture. Her clients are in aerospace, academics, healthcare, science, and engineering.  She is Dean of the Master Coach Program for the Business Coaching Institute, Helsinki, Finland. She served as the first Director of Training for Fielding Graduate University's Evidence-Based Coaching Program. Diane is co-editor of The Handbook of Knowledge-based Coaching with Leni Wildflower, PhD (2011) and The Philosophy and Practice of  Coaching (2008). Diane is recognized internationally as a leader in coaching and served as the global International Coach Federation President in 2008. She is also a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, a founding fellow of the Harvard Institute of Professional Coaching and the International Positive Psychology Association.

    Diane lives in Tucson, AZ. She can be reached at diane@coachdiane.com

    Coach Conversations is sponsored by the ICF Phoenix, produced by Ana Melikian an Elite Level Book Yourself Solid Coach, and hosted by Katharine Halpin, MCC.

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