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  • 00:31

    Talking in Circles: Nationwide Series/Qualifying Review

    in Sports

    On this episode of Talking in Circles, we'll discuss qualifying for the Coke Zero 400 and discuss David Gilliland's first pole since 2007. Also, we'll talk about the qualifying format, and what improvements we think need to happen at these plate tracks to make it more interesting, and less dangerous. 


    Joe Gibbs Racing??? Why so slow? Is it a problem?


    We'll also give you our predictions for tonight's events. 


     


    Talking about the Nationwide Series race last evening, Kasey Kahne winning his first Nationwide Race since... well, 2007. 


    NASCAR handed out bump drafting penalties to Landon Cassill and Josh Wise... Were they fair? 


    Elliott Sadler missed an opportunity to gain points, we'll talk about whether or not we think he can do it. 


     

  • 01:56

    V8 S Series Live

    in Automotive

    Let's hear what you you have going on in your garage. Sikeston is 6 weeks away!!!!

  • 00:02

    Women in Wireless Interview Series with Executive Women: MARCI WEISLER

    in Women




    Welcome to Women in Wireless Interview Series with Executive Women.  WOMEN IN WIRELESS is a global networking non-profit group of over 12,000 members with the mission to connect, inspire and empower women in mobile and digital.


    I'm Liz Horowitz,  Co-Chair of the Executive Women’s Initiative with WOMEN IN WIRELESS.   We created this podcast series to hear the stories of exceptional women who've advanced to an executive level in this often male dominated industry and gain inspiration from their journey. 

  • 00:48

    Radio: Penguins vs Capitals Mid-series Show

    in Hockey

    Now through two games of Penguins vs Capitals, Mike Asti recaps all the action and drama so far, in addition to, previewing the rest of this best of seven classic. 


    Tied 1-1, which team has momentum with the series shifting to Pittsburgh? What have the Pens done well and what do they need to improve on? Based on the remaining landscape, has the winner of this series now become, not only the East favorite, but also the Stanley Cup favorite?


    As the Stanley Cup Playoffs continue, there's more and more radio gold on the Pens Initiative airwaves.

  • 00:31

    Taylor Made Sports With Kevin Taylor

    in Sports

    We previewed the Atlanta Hawks-Cleveland Cavaliers series, recapped the Atlanta Falcons draft selections, and also recapped the NASCAR race at Talladega.  We also discussed  and previewed upcoming games for UGA, Georgia Tech, and Georgia State Baseball.

  • 02:07

    Celtics Talk Radio episode 132 Recap of the Atlanta Hawks series

    in Sports

    The Boston Celtics 2015/2016 season has come to an end. The Celtics lost in round 1 of the NBA Playoffs to the 4th seeded Atlanta Hawks in 6 games and now face an offseason that is sure to feature plenty of excitement for Celtics fans. The Celtics lost games 1 and 2 in Atlanta to go down 2-0 before coming back to Boston for games 3 and 4 where they went on to tie the series up 2-2 going back to Atlanta for game 5. The Celtics would then proceed to lose game 5 in Atlanta via a blowout and lose game 6 in front of their fans in Boston to end the season. The Celtics lost the regular season series 3-1 to the Hawks so the Hawks had the edge going into the series as it was based on regular season matchup. The Hawks as the 4th seed had the Home Court advantage as well. But the advantages only got bigger for the Hawks as the series Progressed. In game 1 the Celtics lost starting Shooting Guard Avery Bradley for what would be the rest of the series. In that same game Celtics big man Kelly Olynyk was also injured and would end up missing games 2 and 3 before returning to play minimal action in games 4 and 5. Jae Crowder who admitted he was playing at only 75% struggled throughout the series as he was not the same player we saw in the regular season due to his injuries. Your Celtics Talk Crew will now recap alongside special guest Rich Contee the Hawks playoff series. They will discuss what were some of the key issues the Celtics had that caused them to lose this series. Was it simply that they were missing Avery Bradley and were too banged up. How about the officiating which many people including the NBA even admitted screwed up at times in this series. Did that cost the Celtic's. Did some of the Celtics pending fre agents like Evan Turner and Jared Sullinger perform a way that will make our host and our guest say resign them or let them walk. You will just have to tune in to find out

  • 01:08

    Sports Talk on the Sports Buffet Radio Network

    in Sports

    Join Lou Landers and Zak Sauer as they re cap the latest week in the world of sports.


    Call in to discuss NBA Playoffs, NFL Draft, MLB weekend series


    Call 516 387 1306 to listen or join the discussion

  • 00:30

    NLP Podcast Episode 29: The Raptors Survive, The Thunder Submit

    in Basketball

    The Toronto Raptors had never won a seven-game series until last night, if you want to call what they did winning. Maybe survival is a better term... 


    Regardless, they are on to round two to face the Miami Heat, and the hosts will discuss how they got there, along with what they expect in the second round in all four series, as they also bid their farewells to the eliminated teams, and give a quick rundown of what to expect from the departed squads going forward.


    Follow the podcast on twitter @NLPPodcast and listen to all archived episodes at WRSPN.com

  • 00:15

    Rewriting Marriage? Do We Know What We're Doing?

    in Relationships

    If you ask the average newlywed couple if marriage is forever, they'd say "Yes." Yet, today over 50% of  all marriages end in divorce. Why is that? I got lots of questions, "Whose idea is the 'forever' part in the relationship? And "How is it that 'forever has gone away'?" This show begins a series of talks to see if we can make more sense of what we can do  when we get marriage and then do what make sense when we and if we do get married.

  • 00:59

    Norm Blumenthal - Wages, Andrew Arons - Retirement, Trip Elix

    in Business

    Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch


    Andrew Arons founder and managing partner of Synergy Advisory Management Group. He is a Registered Financial Consultant, a Certified Senior Advisor, a member of the National Ethics Bureau and a licensed securities and insurance professional who holds the Series 7, 63 and 65 licenses. He has been recognized as one of the “Ten Leaders of Independent Wealth Managers of New Jersey” and has been named a “2011 and 2015 Five Star Wealth Manager” 


    Trip Elix former hacker former private investigator and published author.  His articles have appeared in daily and weekly publications in the United States. He writes both novels and books. He also writes a blog that focuses on security and privacy issues at http://tripelix.com.  He regularly attends security conferences held by the computer underground including HOPE and defcon one of the largest hacker conventions in the world


    For more information go to MoneyForLunch.com.
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  • 00:50

    Episode 5: With the 11th pick.. Sizing up the bottom six and Santini

    in Hockey

    On a Monday edition of Devils Daily, Jeff O'Connor take a peek at what the Devils may do with the 11th pick in the draft following Saturday's draft lottery. 


    Steve Santini has been named to the roster for the upcoming World Championships. 


    After that, they discuss what the Devils can do to get more production out of their bottom six next season. 


    All that and a preview of the Albany Devils upcoming series vs. the Toronto Marlies.