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Gap Year Radio is a podcast that brings you information and inspiration to plan a life-changing gap year adventure. We focus on bringing you interviews from people from across the gap year spectrum - people who run or lead gap year programs, gap year alumni who can tell you about adventures and travel experts who can give you advice on how to turn your dream of a year out into a reality. Intro music credits: Quasi Motion Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Att ...
 
There is a ten year gap between ages 20 and 30, Janelle Beltran and Luis Alvarado are both halfway through that slow and treacherous journey. Follow along as they both prepare for the things to come while reminiscing on their past. We’d love to hear from you, email us your questions and comments! slowtimes1011@gmail.com
 
With Ryan Yates & Julian King Tale of 2 generations | OG vs. Young OG | Talking 🏀 Life & more!| Player/Coach to Business Partners | 🇦🇪🇺🇸 Yates and King are US citizens who embarked on a journey to Dubai with the goal of building a basketball brand. You can imagine the business struggles they faced and all in the middle of a global pandemic! Imagine being on the other side of the world with your former high school basketball coach and you only have each other! This podcast gives some insight ...
 
A podcast that combines timeless pop culture discussions with hilarious banter between comedian Josh Accardo and actress Maureen Van Zandt (The Sopranos). The podcast dives DEEP into American pop culture in America and where we're going wrong. From "millennials" to news and politics. Music to the archetype of celebrity: no topic is off limits. #GenGapNation
 
SKATOSIS is a weekly podcast with Drew Domkus and Aaron Monte. Drew grew up skateboarding in southern California in the 70’s and Aaron grew up in Wisconsin and started skating in the early 2000’s. Their 20 year age gap is obvious at times but also creates a unique dynamic as they cover the local scene and current skateboarding content.
 
Comedians Mike Bobbitt and Allyson Bobbitt have an eleven year age gap between them. They both love entirely different kinds of movies. Each week one forced the other to watch a movie they love, but realize their partner may not. Allyson grew up with family friendly and endearing movies from the 80s and 90s, while Mike has a soft spot for questionable 80s and 90s horror/sci-fi and action. Mike is also a trivia nerd and dives deep into the background of each movie they discuss.
 
What happens when you drop a psychology/mental health enthusiast into a pre-graduate school gap year period? You get "Andrew in the Gap Years!" Having recently gotten my B.S in Clinical Psychology, and facing 2 years of waiting before I can pursue a degree in Social Work, I am using this as a way to establish my own views on mental health, and prepare myself for my future career as a psychotherapist and overall mental health advocate! I'll be talking about my journey entering the field of me ...
 
Welcome to The Sister Diary, hosted by Lauren and Maddie Orlando. These two sisters, despite an eight year age gap, find themselves navigating the same types of experiences and challenges in their lives. Lauren is an actress, YouTuber and an expert on all things social media. Maddie is an entrepreneur with a love of business, fashion, and a passion for self-development. In this show, listeners will hear unfiltered conversations on a wide variety of topics that both teens and young adults can ...
 
iSpiice(Integrated Social Programs in Indian Child Education) – Provides volunteering opportunities in India such as: Teaching English Projects, Gap Year Programs, Street Children Projects, IT Teaching Programs, Childcare Projects and many more, where volunteers can participate in work programs that range from 2 to 12 weeks, which can change your life in a positive way.
 
Hear from expat families and experts around the world. Learn how to get visas, make money, find jobs and resettle abroad. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what everyday life with kids is really like in different countries, and get the answers you need to go from day dreaming to international move making... Because life is too short to settle! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Author Katherine Schwarzenegger talks with Andrew Bevan of Teen Vogue about her book I Just Graduated ... Now What? This must-have guide for recent and soon-to-be grads features real-life experiences from Anderson Cooper, Gayle King, Lauren Bush Lauren, and more on topics like student debt, finding your dream job, and taking a gap year.
 
An almost-Zoomer and not-quite-Boomer bridge the generation gap. Jim was born in 1966, the first year of Generation X. Molly was born in 1996, the last year of the Millennials. Together they explore the inter-generational differences — and similarities — in how they think about current events and topics, and get to know each other better along the way. Join the conversation! Tweet us @zoomboompod. Email us: hello@zoomboompod.com. Web: www.ZoomBoomPod.com
 
The Primal Potential Podcast is about transformation, not information. So many of us KNOW what we need to do to achieve our goals but we aren't DOING it. There's a continuous gap between our INTENTIONS and our ACTIONS. Primal Potential is a TOOL to help you create massive change in your life and ENJOY the journey!
 
We are ONE Haas, an alumni-run podcast for the Berkeley Haas Community. With 40,000+ Alumni and 1400+ Haas MBA students on campus every year, there is more to this network than meets the eye. We hope to bridge that gap ever so slightly and introduce you to people you never knew you had in your Haas network. Thank you for tuning in to this Berkeley Haas Podcast!
 
** IF YOU ARE EASILY OFFENDED PLEASE DO NOT LISTEN ** Father and son (25 year age gap) talking about our week and just shooting the $h!t. Sometimes we have subject content but not very often. We mostly just talk about whatever comes up at the time. Episodes will get better as we learn. Please give us a listen. Twitter- @radiorepulsive @tank_tankerson @darealcam_
 
Join Bailee and Kaitlin - two sisters with a 13 year age gap, navigating the ups and downs of life together. They open up their lives by sharing personal stories and lessons learned and also bring on loved ones, thought leaders and some of their most treasured friends in the entertainment industry. With executive producers Crystal Fambrini and John Ryan, Jr., the sisters take calls from listeners who seek positive and realistic advice on everyday dilemmas.
 
Welcome to Roaming the Earth - the stories & adventures of people who are jet setters, nomads & explorers - from pilots, journalists, touring musicians and photographers to van-lifers, backpackers, and thru-hikers. Come join me every week as we hear tips and tricks from these travel experts from around the world.
 
All about family travel, slow travel, gap year travel and living abroad with kids. Epic Education Radio is interviews, stories and strategies for people who travel with kids— and for those who plan to. Tune in each week to hear inspired family travelers discuss specific destinations and describe how they handle issues like education, money, accommodation, parenting, technology and more. We talk about the gear, websites, apps and other resources we use, and answer questions from those who hav ...
 
Don’t Lose Your Dinosaur is a weekly podcast hosted by Mick and Chris. Two Irish guys, who met through jiu jitsu and became friends through lots of late night gaming sessions. Their ten year age gap and difference of opinion means they usually don’t see eye to eye and this is where the humour is created. Each week the guys pick a topic at random and then try their best to discuss it (expect roll play scenarios) but usually they go off topic and hilarity ensues.
 
Just two pastors from New Jersey separated by a 25-year age gap and a couple mics.Donnie and Joe's unique perspectives on current events, the modern church, and world issues, combined with their similar roles as pastors and dads, create the basis of each episode. Generational differences humorously collide as wisdom and experience meets youth and energy.But this isn't just another commentary on the state of the world; instead it's centered on understanding the core problems in this mad world ...
 
How do complete strangers turn into perfect pairs? Real-life couples let us into their love stories, sharing the intimate, funny, joy-filled milestones of their relationship—without skipping over what’s been hard. Every Tuesday, cheer for the ups, brace for the downs, and celebrate the serendipity! Our Love Story is a Spotify Original from Parcast.
 
Fascinating, immersive stories of people and places from the Deep South of England, where the land meets the sea and anything can happen. Walk and talk with us, hear the waves and sounds and stories of the coast by Beachy Head, Birling Gap, the Seven Sisters, the South Downs National Park, Eastbourne, Brighton, Sussex and beyond. Hosted by award-winning broadcasters Emily Jeffrey (Jerusalem Awards) and Cole Moreton (Radio Academy gold for Audio Moment of the Year, World's Best Radio Awards g ...
 
Co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe debrief their week with humorous banter and philosophical musings related to the ups and downs of being artist-types trying to make ends meet in rural Vermont. Poking fun at themselves all the while, these unlikely friends bridge a 20 year age gap to share their unique perspectives on life, the pursuit of creative self-employment in small town America, and the week’s best misadventures. Each episode includes interludes of homegrown music from Kristina ...
 
This podcast was created to bring people closer together through the stories of others. There are times we deal with difficult situations, life changes, or new experiences. Listening to someone else share their journey can help us connect the dots in our own life, and build new relationships. New episodes every Thursday!
 
This podcast is for anyone interested in Veteran-centric topics. Veterans have dedicated their lives to serving our country, so now it is our turn to serve them as they transition back into their civilian lives. One thing that has been discovered is that there is a lack of knowledge on the availability of resources and how to properly navigate the system upon exiting military service. This podcast's purpose is to help fill this gap of knowledge and guide veterans to the resources and informa ...
 
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Endless conversations — and a little divine intervention — tipped off Henzy and Nicole that their platonic relationship was meant for something more. With four engagements behind her, and four decades of bachelorhood behind him, falling in love was unhurried and full of trust. After twenty-two years of marriage, they wouldn’t have had it any other …
 
Greisa Martinez Rosas, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipient and executive director of United We Dream, talks about President Biden's executive order on immigration. And, writer Kiese Laymon has been thinking about how Americans can carry joy and faith as they begin a new chapter, while also acknowledging trauma. We speak with him abou…
 
Today, we're joined by our parents, Meredith and Dale Orlando, and Melissa Gisoni, one of our closest family friends. Melissa got her start in the entertainment industry on Dance Moms, which she starred in for six seasons with her kids, Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler. On this episode, Melissa discusses her experience on reality television and what re…
 
Jim and Molly enlighten each other in this episode about the relatively new concept of "self care." Jim (the almost-Boomer) wonders if it's just a way to justify selfish behavior, and Molly (the not-quite-Zoomer) contemplates whether self-discipline is a form of self-care. Is this a new thing, or just a new name for a thing we've always done? Email…
 
Husband and wife comedians Mike Bobbitt and Allyson Bobbitt take turns making each other watch a movie the other has never seen. This week Allyson makes Mike watch 1995's While You Were Sleeping. Is it possible for one movie to hold the infectious charm of both Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman? Can first (and only time) screenwriters Daniel G. Sulli…
 
Transitional justice serves to help people contend with historic and ongoing abuses and inequities. We what transitional justice would look like in the United States and why it may be exactly what's needed to heal the country's deep divides. And, on his first full day in office, President Biden is using executive action to reboot the federal govern…
 
Special Guest: Mike Crowley At the age of 11, Mike went on his first backpacking trip and the outdoor bug has been with him ever since. Taking time each month, he would explore the mountains and deserts of Southern California and take week long treks in the Sierra Nevadas. As it happens to most of us, life later got in the way and took over, but Mi…
 
Kamala Harris breaks a number of barriers on Wednesday, most notably, the first woman and person of Black and South Asian heritage to become vice president. Professor of history Manisha Sinha explains what Harris' ascension to power means to her. And, support remains high for former President Trump among Republican voters, so what is the future of …
 
Joe Biden has officially been sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. He plans to sign 17 executive actions on Wednesday. NPR White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe joins us. Also, on the campaign trail, Biden called Russia the biggest threat to U.S. security. Now that Biden is in the White House, what will the future of U.S.-Russia r…
 
Olivia Schmitt, You Don’t Know Schmitt podcast, is our guest this week. Join us as we delve into the book What Makes Your Brain Happy and Why You Should Do the Opposite by David DiSalvo. Before listening, ask yourself this question. “Is the human brain ever going to be powerful enough to figure out the human brain?” Enjoy! We welcome your review of…
 
Trump will not deliver a high-profile, televised farewell address as some past presidents have done. Here & Now's Alex Ashlock has a report on how past presidents have said goodbye. And, Frank Langella stars as Judge Julius Hoffman in the Netflix film "The Trial of the Chicago 7." He talks about how the story resonates today.…
 
Ahead of Inauguration Day, some hotels are choosing to stay open despite increased security and calls by local leaders for visitors to avoid the area due to threats of violence. We speak with the owner of Adam's Inn on his decision to remain open this week. Also, the Save our Stages Act — $15 billion tied into the larger COVID-19 relief bill — is a…
 
The Season 3 Finale. We run the gauntlet on this episode, discussing a gamut of important subjects like The Evolution of Gaming and Live Music, Weed Legalization, and the Future of Podcasting + More. 🙏🏾❤️ to the DigiSquad, Jack, Tristan, AshLee, and Sterling for contributing to a great year of growth for DGT. We want to give a very special thank yo…
 
It was supposed to be a casual meal with his family. Instead, his eyes met hers across the bar — and that was it. Now, newlyweds Jared, 29, and Alexis, 24, share the highlight reel of their relationship: who made the first move, how hiking together barefoot helped them break the ice, and what happened when they decided to foster an 8-year-old girl.…
 
As a child, Ruby Bridges was the first Black student to desegregate an elementary school in New Orleans. She joins us to remember and honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. on this special day. And, a variety of new smartphone apps are being developed to help Americans navigate the pandemic. We hear about two of them.…
 
Good Morning Veterans, Family, and Friends, welcome back to the SEVENTH EPISODE of the Veteran Doctor. On this week's podcast, we will discuss How to make your New Year’s Resolutions Stick. We will also continue our fun facts of UBI (Useful Bits of Information) and Veteran News, so stick around for so great stuff to come. As January begins, people …
 
I don't know about you, but I am excited to make meaningful progress towards my goals in 2021 but sometimes, overthinking and procrastination can get in the way. Today, I'm sharing 5 ways to get into action (and get out of overthinking, doubt and delay). If you want to learn more about the Daily Mindset Upgrades, check out primalpotential.com/text/…
 
Rachel Yaseen is a full time traveller and adventurer currently exploring the world by bicycle. After a number of successful careers and businesses in America, she up and left searching for a more adventurous and nomadic lifestyle. Her cycling adventure began in Bangkok, late 2018 when she set off around the world. I caught up with her during her t…
 
We were going to write show notes, but it’s been a little while since we recorded and we forgot what we talked about. I guess you could call our memory…. transient! In this episode we discuss some of the quickest, most high-energy astrophysical phenomena in the Universe. Will describes a possible explanation for some of the speediest and most myste…
 
Another busted season that ends in mediocrity and Bears fans are upset. The front office decides to keep GM Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy as head coach despite back to back .500 seasons. Former Bears head coach and current Fox Sports NFL Kickoff Analyst Dave Wannstedt joins the show to take us into the team's front office and ownership minds as well as d…
 
I LOVE diving into your questions and topic requests and there are so many great ones today! We're talking about drama, balance, stress management, time management and the how-tos of becoming a better thinker! One of our giveaways today is a FATCO fat stick (one of my fave things ever!) If you didn't win and want to get one for yourself, head to fa…
 
Over the past few weeks, West Virginia has been hosting vaccination events and now leads the nation in distributing vaccines. Retired Major General James Hoyer discusses vaccine plans in the state. Also, pollster Frank Luntz found 91% of 800 people who voted for Trump in November said they would vote for him again. He shares more of his findings.…
 
In Arizona, Resolution Copper wants to mine the copper underneath Oak Flat, which would destroy an area that's sacred to the Apache Tribe. The grassroots organization Apache Stronghold has filed a lawsuit. The Arizona Republic reporter Debra Utacia Krol talks about the contentious deal. And, the CDC is recommending individuals with Down Syndrome ge…
 
GenGap Bebe Buell (Rock Legend)Bebe Buell has been link to Rock Legends since she moved to NYC when she was 18 to model, and was picked to be Miss November 1974 in Playboy. Since then she has become a NY Times Best Selling author, an accomplished musician, a mother, and much more. She sits down with Josh Accardo & Maureen Van Zandt to talk about al…
 
Special Guest: Mary Calliste Mary's love for travel started at the age of 16 when she left the Spice Island of Grenada for an extended visit to the U.K. Mary has traveled to several countries since and has been sharing her travel and faith journey by way of story-telling with hopes to inspire, empower and equip others for moments in their own journ…
 
This week, we're joined once again by Dale Orlando to kick off the new year, talk about our goals, plans, and resolutions for 2021 and to provide a quick life update. We review some listener polls that we posted on Instagram and discuss topics like the negative parts of sharing your life online, Artless and the COVID vaccine. You can find us on Ins…
 
It's been a few months since our last episode, and we apologize. There's been some stuff going on in the world, but now we're back. Thank you for your patience! In this episode, Molly and Jim discuss the issues of trust across the generational divide... from the cyber world to real life; from locking down your email to locking your doors. Do you us…
 
In this episode of OneHaas alumni podcast, we chat with Rhonda Shrader. She is the Executive Director of the Berkeley-Haas Entrepreneurship Program and the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps program for the Bay Area Node. Her previous experiences include founding and being an early stage member of startups in biotech, behavioral health, retail, …
 
Bianca Smith was hired last week as a coach for the Red Sox minor league system in Florida. She's the first Black woman hired as a coach in professional baseball, an industry that has been expanding roles for women. And, we speak with Rayouf Alhumedhi about her campaign for a hijab emoji, which is featured in the documentary "The Emoji Story."…
 
Christopher Blackwell is incarcerated in Washington state where he's been on lockdown after a severe COVID-19 outbreak. He speaks about the conditions and his call for incarcerated people to get the vaccine early. Also, a team of experts from the World Health Organization has arrived in Wuhan, China, to begin an investigation into the origins of th…
 
During Tuesday's memorial to the late Phoenix civil rights icon Calvin C. Goode, hackers interrupted the online service with racial slurs. Kate Gallego, the mayor of Phoenix, talks about the response to the racist hack. And, chef Kathy Gunst says celery is more than a garnish. She shares recipes for a celery salad, soup and a gratin.…
 
At least two gorillas at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park have tested positive for the coronavirus with others are showing symptoms. Also, in Texas, at least two newspapers have criticized Sen. Ted Cruz for amplifying false claims of election fraud that egged on the Capitol rioters. He denies wrongdoing. Lisa Falkenberg, editor of opinion for The Hous…
 
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