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Join Elsa Harker for this episode of "Stories of Dread & Fantasy' at Sunday 10 p.m. central time!
This new episode of Stories of Dread and Fantasy takes the listener to the world of vampires! What happens when a vampire can't find the perfect drink? But then he does, but finds out it's not so perfect? Even horror characters get scared! So join the terror and fun, that is if you are very thirsty!
Listen to the second part of 'Who Killed Who.' So who killed Anne's beloved uncle? Elsa Harker will be telling you this in the newest episode of 'Dread & Fantasy." So listen at 10 p.m. central on Sunday to this murder mystery! You won't regret it (maybe?)!
Dan Wastak is the CEO of Kloud Integrated Systems. He is an engineer and an inventor. His company specializes in Cyber Crime PREVENTION as opposed to other companies who tout Cyber Crime Detection. If you have a Detection service, it's too late, you've already been hacked. If you use a Prevention service you prevent the attack from occuring. Dan will discuss all the details how to Prevent a hack.
Welcome to Stories of Dread & Fantasy, a show of horror and suspense that is hosted by Elsa Harker! This week's episode (Nov. 15) is called "Who Killed Who?" It's a strange tale about a Scottish castle and a woman visiting her uncle. When she comes there, she finds that her uncle was murder, so she decides to sleuth around and find the killer! THIS IS PART ONE OF TWO!
So listen every Sunday at 10 p.m. or on-demand. You won't want to miss these stories!!!
Tonight we will discuss the competing philosophies shaping education. In short, whose story and what factors shape educational philosophy, curriculum, and pedagogy in our schools and colleges. We will touch on the stories created by the needs and philosophies of big business, religious groups, unions, student and faculty organizations and others competing to control the stories students are to live by. We will talk about grades and gold stars and their powerful effects on the learning process. We will cover issues such as Political Correctness, both of the left and the right and how extremisms affect education. Finally, I will tell the story of what happend to education and learning after the successful Klingon invasion of Earth and the changes brought about when General Dum instituted his reforms.
Each of us as individuals and as groups may decide that it is too painful or dangerous to share important parts of our story. What is unspoken cannot be examined for facts that are incorrect or assumptions that that are faulty. Serious life problems may go unsolved preventing both individuals and groups from transforming lives for the better, allowing self-destructive behaviors to continue and preventing more creative living to emerge. Individuals, families and even whole societies my feel stuck in modes of life that are unproductive, unhappy, and missing opportunities to experience joy instead of misery. Tonight's episode will explore aspects of saying the unsayable.
Interview with Alan K. Austin
Topics of conversation:
Making Documentaries Experience reporting in Vietnam The Shakespeare Mystery Researching Crime Stories Experience interviewing death row prisoners The CottageAlan K. Austin
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First Hour: Old Men Stories Episode 204: Parks
Your Hosts: Roland Willits and Jeff Young
In this hour you'll hear some FUN stories from a couple of master storytellers who will teach you how to bring out that master storyteller within you that waits to be unleashed. All of us have a story to tell, and we all are Master Storytellers at heart.
Second Hour: Old Men Stories "Opry"
Your Hosts: Angie Senger, Ron Honrud, Roland Willits
Featured Singer / Songwriter Interviews and Their Music:
1. Sandy Hardin: "Cellular Phone"
2. Jamie Wayz "Cold Stone Sober"
3. Charlie Sandage: "What Then" (Intermission)
4. Cozy Hemen: " Johnny"
5. Becky Rae Dalton: "A Little Longer"
In this hour you'll hear old-time country (plus a few modern) singers/songwriters share their stories and wonderful music.
Listen live and join the chat at: http://oldmenstories.wq4dradio.com
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Today's episode begins with a story in the news about a teacher who resigned from teaching because "I can't stand to make children cry anymore" and because she could not tolerate the idea that her own child would have to attend her school. We will discuss the plight of good teachers faced with giving endless standardized tests and the plight of children whose individualities are strangled in a life long quest for grades and degrees. We will tell the stories of Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky and other developmentalists and what we know about learning that could shape a "good" educational system. We will spend some time on the role politics plays in shaping an educational process in which classes are too large, teachers are paid wages such that they often cannot live in the communities in which they work and have to supplement their incomes outside of school and most importantly have little or nothing to say about the educational process itself. Finally, we can share stories about the love of learning and the development of creative citizens.