• 01:03

    DR. KEVIN MURPHY

    in Health

    3/30/2015 — In this episode, we talk with Dr. Kevin Murphy professor from UCSD and  Vice Chairman of the Department of Radiation Medicine and Applied Sciences about his research in the  use of transcranial magnetic therapy and chemo brain. Survivor Spotlight on Christabel Cheung. 

  • 00:10

    Joshua Raymond - One Good Act

    in Entrepreneur

    Host Kevin Willett is joined by Joshua Raymond from One Good Act. OGA helps you find supporters already passionate about your mission, reminds your donors of why they support and believe in you and helps you teach your most passionate supporters how to advocate for your organization. Go here to download OGA for Android!http://bit.ly/1Eslxoc Go here to download OGA for Apple! http://bit.ly/1uQnkTd

  • 00:31

    Touching Em' All with Gary Phillips (Kevin Kernan)

    in Sports

    Join host Gary Phillips of Double G Sports, FanRag Sports and The Setonian this Monday for a brand new episode of Touching Em' All! Phillips will be joined by New York Post columnist Kevin Kernan. The two will be talking about everything pertaining to the Yankees and Mets in anticipation of Opening Day. You are not going to want to miss "Touching Em' All with Gary Phillips" on March 30. Tune in and listen live at 11:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time!

  • 02:06
  • 01:28

    How to be a Really Good Pain in the Ass with Christopher DiCarlo

    in Atheism

    Join Kevin,Karen, Mark and Nancy as we mark our 1 year anniversary with blogtalk radio. We interview Christopher DiCarlo, Canadian author of "How to be a really good pain in the ass" and introduce a new segment: Know your Fallacy with Liam Johnson


    we have another brilliant moment, things that make you go hmmm and another refermation report from Chilliwack


    heres to another year


    this episode was pre-recorded

  • 00:18

    A Podcast of Funny Stories or Stories That Make a Funny Podcast

    in Fun

       It all started a week prior to July 17, 2010. I had been thinking that it would be nice to start a podcast. I talked to a couple of friends of mine, and they said that it would be fun to do. My idea was going to be a different podcast with a different friend every week, and then they would cycle through again. Well on that first day of my podcast, nobody was going to be available and I thought that I was going to have to do the first show all by myself. My friend Joe said that he might be able to call in and be my co-host. I waited and never heard from him. The show was about to start. I had the phone ready to start my show. It started, and boy was I nervous. I called the show A Possible Gay Inception becuase I was going to talk about Grease that I had just seen in the theater and the movie Inception that I had seen a couple hours before that. After about maybe 3 to 5 minutes my friend Joe did call in. What a relief that was. We discussed movies and whatever else. The show was ok, but not great. The next show I invited my friend Serjio over to record a show. We did good, but not great. The next week he came back and this time we had a format. the show was great. We had laughed and had a good time, and that's all that matters. We were off and running. We did several shows unless Serjio had to do something with the kids. When he wasn't available then Joe or Shawn would step in. It was such a blast. After about forty something shows, it was getting costly 40 bucks a month. So then I went to Godaddy.com and was fine there, but didn't know if anyone from blogtalk was listening to us. We did about 6 or 8 more shows and occasionaly did a teaser on blogtalk, but then life got in the way and we slowly stopped podcasting. That was in 2011. Then we met Kevin Smith in L.A. and that made us want to do it again, but alas we did not. Now it is 2015 and I am ready to do it again. This time with a different friend every week. So excited.

  • 01:38

    Kevin Sport: Am I in the Right Place?

    in Motivation

    Friend, we all have asked "Am I in the right place?" more than once in our lives and not just when we are trying to go somewhere unfamiliar for vacation.  But who has the answer? Someone who has been there before like our special guest Kevin Sport, host of the weekly TV and radio show “"The Right Place with Kevin Sport".  Join us with Kevin as he our our host Eric J Powell answer that question of the day -- Am I in the Right Place? on onCUE! Radio Sunday night @6pm CST (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oncue).


    More about Kevin… (http://www.therightplacewithkevinsport.com/) #TheRightPlace


    DON’T MISS IT!


    To listen to last week show about #JackandJill: Sharpen the #ArtofLeadership?” -- http://tobtr.com/s/7458413


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    Host: Eric Powell, Founder of CUE Leadership Institute – http://cueleadership.com/


    Series: Transformational Leadership: Stop Doing


    Genre: Talk radio to teach spiritual leadership, highlight everyday leaders, and help leaders "lead where they are"


    Replay of Shows: http://cueleadership.com/oncue-radio-show-replay/


     


     


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  • 01:58

    "The Difference Between a "BOO vs a BOYFRIEND"

    in Radio

     


    Although often mistaken as being one in the same, there's a significant difference between a man viewing you as his future wife and you just being someone cool to "chill" with. Tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a rebroadcast of my special on "The Difference Between a 'BOO' and a 'BOYFRIEND'. To hear the signs that will indicate you're being viewed as his Friday night booty call and how to avoid being strung along indefinitely, listen 7 nights a week, 365 days a year, by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com. "REAL Radio that Matters"

  • 01:01

    Interview with the Psalmist, Pastor and Award wining Gospel Artist Kevin Riley

    in Christianity

    Award winning Christian Artist, Pastor Kevin Riley, is a worship leader who is ordained to reach across the nations and cultivate hearts of true worship.  Riley is a man of integrity, excellence and extreme passion for the Kingdom of God.  As a writer, speaker and mentor, Pastor Riley is straightforward, candid and uncompromising in his teaching and convictions.   As a psalmist and seasoned musician, Riley is committed to educating and sharing the necessities of worship with all who strive to praise God in Spirit and Truth.


     


    The heart of Kevin Riley’s music is centered in intimacy, adoration, revelation and passion.  On May 27, 2014, this Pastor, Realtor, Artist, Husband and father of eight, simultaneously released two new singles which ignited pure hearts of worship across the country.   


    Riley's gentle sound of worship on his latest single, HOW CAN I, draws the listener into the presence of God. Accompanied by his sister, Tina Riley Johnson, this melody expresses a heart of adoration, gratitude and humble submission to God for the awesome price that was paid for salvation.

  • 01:40

    Open Treasures: Encouragement While On Your Journey

    in Christianity

    The truth of the matter is that all are dealing with some kind of battle, struggle, storm, trial, or test in life that's included in the journey to our destined place. Our purpose must carry our fair share of trying times...however, there is encouragement available; there is strength to make it through. Join Kevin Harrison and myself Rodney D. Kirkwood for another episode of Open Treasures. Be there and be blessed!

  • 00:13

    Buyers Meeting Point Weekly Update for March 30th, 2015

    in Business

    I would once again like to welcome from Buyers Meeting Point to share information of this week's events and news from the world of purchasing, Kelly Barner.


    NOTE: This week's recommended events are from Rosslyn Analytics (technological breakthroughs in spend analytics), SAP/Ariba and Ardent Partners (CPO Rising 2015), and Zycus and Hackett Group (P2P process measurement). In this week's guest audio, Kevin Lecompte of the Gap Partnership provides a very interesting perspective on the negotiation skills needed by procurement in today's more collaborative business climate.


    Link to negotiation article: Article by veteran contracts expert Lewis-Fernandez demonstrates the kind of thinking that gives negotiation a bad name 


    Share your thought's on what you believe is The Future of Procurement on Twitter using the hashtag #FutureBuy


    Be sure to visit the Buyers Meeting Point website @ http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

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