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This is a show about videogames, The people who play them and the people who make them. Each week, a guest on the show talks about the games that have shaped their life in one way or another. Games that have inspired them, games that forged connections with others and games that have soothed wounds. Checkpoints!
 
Have you ever wondered, "How did they do that?" Well, I have too! I'm Deirdre Fitzpatrick and Dying To Ask is the podcast that gets me off a TV news set and into candid conversations with authors, entrepreneurs and influencers I've been dying to talk to. So, brace yourself for a verbal gut check about what it takes to go from idea to reality. And who knows, maybe along the way we'll get some answers to the questions that you've been dying to ask.
 
We Are The Makers is a new audio documentary series focusing on the work of contemporary Irish artists and their practice. Built around extensive interviews with some of Ireland’s most eminent artists, these quarterly transmissions will be part portrait, part diary, travelogue and soundscape. With the makers as our guide, these are deep-dives into back catalogues and entire bodies of work. Dispatches from the eye of the hurricane and heart of the matter. Written and presented by Dónal Dineen ...
 
A podcast for anyone, especially students, interested in exploring a successful health or wellness career. The goal is to serve as a resource by which listeners will gain a deeper and more complete picture of the many and various health and wellness professions available to pursue. Professionals working in healthcare and wellness are interviewed from across the country. Each guest interviewee provides an authentic perspective of what it is really like to work in their field, explain why they ...
 
The path to success in golf has many roads to the finished product. At the professional level, the toolbox is full of a variety weapons; Analytics, strokes gained stats, technology, launch monitors, nutrition, fitness, psychology and more mold golfers into ultimate golfing machines. Veteran golf broadcaster Will Haskett tackles them all, plus their impact on fantasy sports, wagering, rankings and history.
 
The Film Project podcast is a weekly show made by filmmakers for anyone who has a love of movies, filmmaking, and the arts. Hosts Jason McKee, Tom Dineen, Juan Mas, Shaun Springer, and Brandon Smith discuss topics like Hollywood cinema, film industry news, indie-film projects, while also highlighting local filmmakers, projects, art events and hosting special guests from the film industry and arts community.The Film Project podcast is an extension of the Spokane Film Project, a non-profit org ...
 
This is a show hosted by Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher and ranked #1 in North Carolina by Golf Digest, Jason Sutton, "aka The Guru" in which he has top teachers and coaches in the golf industry on to share their techniques for success in golf, life and personal development. The goal is to dissect and uncover traits, tactics, habits and applications that will help the teachers but also be applicable to other businesses and occupations.
 
Four-quadrant films are movies designed to appeal to the biggest, widest audience possible. In the process, they can often leave out a lot of LGBTQ+ representation – but end up loaded with subtext. In The Queer Quadrant, hosts Brooke Solomon and Jordan Gustafson examine cinema in all its cultural contexts, and explore why your favorite four-quadrant blockbuster is maybe…not as straight as you think it is.
 
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Jordan and Brooke are joined by Mike Dineen (Rainbow Road) to talk Saban's 2017 superpowered outing. It's morphin' time as we discuss the benefits of casual representation, the wild history of Power Rangers live action, Bryan Cranston's post "Breaking Bad" career, and, of course, what goes down at Krispy Kreme. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter…
 
One of the most flexible professions in healthcare is a genetic counselor since they can jump from one expertise to another should they deem it necessary. Kira Dineen found her purpose in healthcare as a prenatal genetic counselor. She joins Richard Marn, MD to provide a glimpse of her life in private practice, unraveling the best and most challeng…
 
Reverend Utah Smith was an evangelist preacher based in New Orleans who from 1938 onwards added some electric guitar fire to his sermons as well a pair of two giant seraphim white wings to his back. In this epsiode Donal listens to the incendiary records he released between 1944 and 1953 which puts him very close to the scene of the big bang birth …
 
I'm good at a lot of things. I'm great at one thing: My morning routine. After doing morning news for more than 20 years, I am an expert in finding ways to streamline getting out the door. A good morning ritual can be a time saver. It can be a sanity saver. And, it can lessen stress in unusual ways by boosting productivity and raising your self-est…
 
Veterinary medicine is truly a colorful world. They cater to cats and dogs every day, even the occasional snakes and reptiles. But beyond the cuteness is the challenging daily grind of every veterinarian. Joining Richard Marn, MD is award-winning veterinarian Dr. Ernie Ward to share a glimpse of his life treating all kinds of animals on a daily bas…
 
While driving between the studios, Ric encounters a cool weather phenomenon. After thinking about it, he remembers the weird term for it and wondered how it even makes sense at all. Along the way he muses about how if it didn't happen in Frayser (Memphis suburb), it didn't happen anywhere else. Plus a conversation with Colorado blues artist A.J. Fu…
 
This episode launches DNA Today’s Cystic Fibrosis Podcast Series! Over the next three episodes of the podcast we will be exploring cystic fibrosis’ history, patient experience and ongoing drug development. Sponsoring this series is Picture Genetics, a unique DNA testing service, with tests designed for every stage of life -- including family planni…
 
Jordan and Brooke are joined by Travis Ryans (Rainbow Road) to talk this 1962 classic, where on screen rivalry was only matched by an absolutely wild behind the scenes diva feud. Learn why this movie has endured as a queer classic, debate who REALLY should have won the Oscar, and enjoy Jordan and Brooke apologizing to Ryan Murphy of "Feud: Bette an…
 
Anxiety around money puts a strain on any relationship. But for blended families, there’s an added layer of complexity. Who will pay for what? And where is the money coming from? The good news is, remarried couples can alleviate a lot of that stress with a little planning.Jay Mota is a Certified Financial Planner and Chartered Financial Consultant …
 
It is always said that prevention is better than cure. Of course, the same goes when taking care of your teeth, which calls for proper dental hygiene. Discussing how to maintain excellent oral health and avoid diseases with Richard Marn, MD is dental hygienist Sarah Liebkemann RDH, BSDH. She explains how her profession differs from dentists as well…
 
How golfers could learn from... axe throwing??? Golf is a repetitive sport. Trying to repeat the same motion, in the same manner. The same golf swing must battle doubt, nerves and failure. Understanding and overcoming those is a major key to success. The same can be said in the very new sport of axe throwing. Ryan Smit picked up an axe in early 201…
 
As Bobby Rush will tell you, his name is not Bobby Slowdown. It took a pandemic to get Bobby Rush to stay in one place for more than a day. One of the hardest working guys in the blues, Bobby Rush will tell you what he's been up to with the pandemic and what plans he has after this thing is over. Along the way, he'll tell you about his iconic name …
 
As protests against anti-Black racism and police brutality continue to happen across the country, in the United States, and all over the world, conversations about race are at the forefront now more than ever.CBC Saskatchewan reporter Omayra Issa joins host Ify Chiwetelu for this episode of Now or Never. We invite you to pull up a chair and listen …
 
In this episode, we talk about observability from a performance engineering perspective. We talk about how this new emphasis on observability is a game changer for performance engineering, typically once viewed as a solo activity, but not something that benefits the whole team. Some good quotes: "the whole, the whole rationale for investing in obse…
 
Nova Rex was once named as one of the top 50 metal bands of the 1980's and they are still rockin'. Although the pandemic has slowed things down, they are planning on being back out on the road this summer. Bassist Kenny Wilkerson sat down with Ric to talk about the rock and roll world, his influences and some stories from the road. Apparently, ther…
 
Zibby Owens is on her way to becoming one of the most important people in publishing. The publishing world is starting to view her in the same way it views Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon. And she was named New York City's top "book-fluencer." (Yes, that's a thing.) Zibby's "Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books" podcast is a play on the fact that…
 
Family formation through gestational surrogacy can be a beautiful thing. It is also a lengthy, expensive process that comes with mental and emotional challenges. So, what do potential surrogates and intended parents, or IPs, need to know before they move forward? And how are both parties protected so that the surrogate-IP relationship thrives throu…
 
When people think of careers in mental health, they usually think of psychologists or psychiatrists. But did you know that you can get the best of both worlds without having to undergo a residency by being a nurse practitioner? Yes, a nurse practitioner can specialize in mental health and Dr. Richard Marn as got one to humor you in this episode. Dr…
 
Golf on the PGA Tour is not the only place where you will find players and coaches unearthing every morsel of data and information to get better. The embracing of stats, technology and fitness is rapidly improving the women's game, including at the college level. Justin Silverstein leads the powerhouse program at USC, and pulls back the curtain on …
 
It is that time of the year when the single most offensive thing happening in the back yard is an oak tree. Also, Ric & Natalie sit down with Chicago bluesman John Primer to have a chat about his long and storied career spanning at least 86 albums. Not to mention the fact he can remember everything that ever happened to him. Fascinating stories, gr…
 
DNA Day and Match Day (for genetic counseling grad programs) are only one week away! To celebrate we have two exciting announcements. Announcement #1 Our host Kira Dineen will be live on Instagram with Dena DNA on Saturday April 24th, 2021 at 12pmPT/3pmET to celebrate both genetic holidays. Come with your genetics questions including genetic counse…
 
Jordan and Brooke charge ahead through Chatting Channing 2021 with guest Fran Hoepfner (Bright Wall/Dark Room) to talk 2014's uber-meta sequel. Come for the self-depreciating jokes; stay for ideal undercover gigs, "meat cutes," Channing Tatum ending homophobia with a head-butt, and a detailed analysis of the "Don Jon" trailer. Follow us on Twitter!…
 
Getting lost in the search for something can be an adventure. To throw yourself into a hunt can give you a sense of meaning, a feeling of purpose, or provide a distraction. And once you’ve found that long lost item, that person, or that thing you've been looking for - you never know what feelings it will bring up. On today's Now or Never, meet peop…
 
If you’re looking for a profession that offers visible results, literally, then becoming an optometrist may be the one for you! Taking us into the wealth of opportunities this profession can give to its practitioners and professionals is Dr. Harbir Sian, Optometrist and owner of Clarity Eyecare. In this episode, he joins Dr. Richard Marn to share w…
 
Organized crime has long been a fascinating genre in book form, even more so when the stories are true. Author Michael Dineen joins Ric in this episode to talk about his new book Suburban Gangsters. It's true because Michael lived every story told in this book. Treat this as a cautionary tale about what happens when one wrong decision sets up a ser…
 
Jordan and Brooke continue Chatting Channing 2021 with guest Olivia Craighead (Iconography), as they dig into 2015's extra EXTRA large sequel. This episode has everything: Backstreet Boys love, Channing Tatum Oscar campaign pitches, ideal stripper songs, and a very intense cake vs. cookies debate. Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/QueerQuad…
 
After the year we've had, it can sometimes be hard to feel any sense of gratitude at all. But finding moments to be grateful is well worth the effort. Studies show that gratitude helps us build stronger relationships, face adversity, even improve our physical health. So what are you waiting for? If there's someone you've been meaning to thank, we h…
 
How do you talk to your partner about money? How about your kids? Many of us are afraid to discuss our finances, so we avoid the subject altogether. But what if you had a new way to initiate the money conversation with your family?Judith Stern Peck is the Director of the Money and Family Life Project at the Ackerman Institute for the Family, where …
 
One of the fascinating things about being a massage therapist is that it's a health career with so many diverse avenues you can get into. Today's guest is Whitney Lowe, Director at Academy of Clinical Massage, who has been a massage therapist for over 33 years. In this episode, Whitney discusses with Richard Marn, MD, what it's like to have massage…
 
Truly one of the greatest Memphis musicians is up for a Blues Music Award celebrating his lifetime achievement in the field of blues and soul. He was there at the beginning of STAX and was there through the end. He is now re-united with STAX as Concord Music has acquired the label and all of it's holdings. He sat down with Ric & LJ to have a conver…
 
April 8th marks the first anniversary of the launch of Make Me Me An Island. To mark the occasion, talking is mostly suspended in Episode 46 and instead Dónal reverts to the original source of inspiration, the box of 7” singles that formed the foundation for many of the original investigations. Peppering the melting pot is a bunch of incendiary new…
 
Greenwood Genetics Center’s Ray Louie and Kellie Walden join the show to discuss epigenetics. Dr. Ray Louie is an Assistant Director in Greenwood’s Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory. His background is in large scale genetic screening in model organisms and in solid tumor genetics and radiobiology. Dr. Louie is interested in the diagnosis of Mendelian…
 
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