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Ride along with renowned aviator, writer, and photographer Greg Brown in his light airplane, the "Flying Carpet," as he searches behind clouds for the real America, experiencing countless aerial adventures along the way. A former National Flight Instructor of the Year, Greg is author of five books, a former Barnes & Noble Arizona Author of the Month, and recently completed twenty years as aviation adventure columnist for AOPA Flight Training magazine. Some reviewers have compared his book, " ...
 
Flying gyroplanes is fun and exciting! We discuss everything gyroplanes in our podcasts produced as a live program with listener interaction, and also prerecorded on-demand episodes you can download right now. Subscribe to the Gyroplane Flying podcast by clicking "follow" so you don't miss a new episode. The podcast is produced by Air Command Gyroplanes and Skywheels Rotor Blade Systems. Visit the website at www.aircommand.com.
 
Hosted by broadcaster Shane Bacon and PGA Tour pro Max Homa, Get a Grip is a golf-centric podcast making light of a rather stuffy sport with legitimate insight into the game. It’s essentially the public golf course of podcasts. The show will offer a look into the PGA Tour from a guy between the ropes week in and week out and have some fun at both his peers and golf fans’ expenses.
 
A light hearted look at the aviation world, from “the other side” of the cockpit door. Covering a diverse range of news, travel tips and trivia, Cruise Altitude seeks to entertain and inform both enthusiasts and pro’s alike. **The views expressed on this podcast are our own, and are not in any way intended to represent the views or policies of our employer(s).**
 
Learn one new fact a day to help kickstart your brain into productivity mode. In this series, we will go on the adventure together to build this habit. Expanding our knowledge quickly in these unusually short episodes. My goal is for you to have conversational topics to bring up to your family and friends.
 
Our American Stories tells stories that aren’t being told. Positive stories about generosity and courage, resilience and redemption, faith and love. Stories about the past and present. And stories about ordinary Americans who do extraordinary things each and every day. Stories from our listeners about their lives. And their history. In that pursuit, we hope we’ll be a place where listeners can refresh their spirit, and be inspired by our stories.
 
May Wilkerson and Alyssa Limperis are best friends, stand-up comedians, and crazy – clinically speaking, and just regular speaking. Join them each week to discuss mental health, popular culture, and more — live from inside the quarantine. They invite comedians, journalists, artists, doctors (thank god) and more to join them each week and help shine a light on the things people usually keep hidden. This podcast will be more fun than hanging out in person, promise. Theme music by Emily Lynne w ...
 
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On this episode of Our American Stories, Joshua Texidor moved to Nashville and worked hard to find what he enjoys AND what he's good at; also, Anne Claire tells the story of the Battle of Midway, America's "make or break" moment in World War II; and finally, Professor David Babcock shares his story of how he came to hold the Guinness world record f…
 
Everyone knows this is Oshkosh AirVenture Fly-in week, right? Well, grab your logbook, 'cause it's time for "Pilgrimage to Oshkosh," Greg Brown's Flying Carpet Podcast #18. Whether you're at AirVenture now or just wish you were, I promise you cross-country time, some laughs, and a fresh perspective! So hop in the Flying Carpet with me, and we’ll go…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, Randall Haley reminisces about the yearly Juke Joint Festival in Clarksdale, Mississippi; also, Dr. Adam Carrington of Hillsdale College tells the story of The Alien and Sedition Acts, some one of America's most controversial laws ever passed; and finally, Joe Klimchak tells the story of how his …
 
On episode sixty-nine, Shane Bacon opens up asking Max Homa about his first experience playing golf across the pond! Max shares his thoughts on links golf; the opening hole double-bogey and how he rebounded after that; and the biggest adjustment. The guys dive into the brilliance and consistency Collin Morikawa has in his game; the wet breakfast ov…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, Chad Schumacher, tells the story of when a family health scare turned their life upside-down and shaped his and his wife's career for the next decade; also, Jackson McQigg of the Atlanta History Center tells the story of the principle chase locomotive of the Great Railroad Chase...a story which g…
 
With the industry setting itself ambitious targets to be Carbon Neutral by 2050, the Cruise Altitude team examine what “Sustainable Aviation Fuel” is all about. Plus we talk football, supersize Lego and find out all about Jon’s pyjamas! Don’t forget to subscribe and get in touch via our various Social media platforms, email us at cruisealtitude@out…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, Dick Erickson, a Marine helicopter pilot, tells about his time serving in Vietnam; also, Taylor Dooley shares the story of when she played the role of Lavagirl at the age of 13, and why, more than 15 years later, she has returned to acting to play the same role in the Netflix Film We Can Be Heroe…
 
On episode sixty-eight, Shane Bacon opens up asking Max Homa about his week in the Rocket Mortgage Classic and playing in the same pairing as Bubba Watson! Then the guys dive into the Bryson DeChambeau news and the value of caddies; the mental grind of a PGA TOUR season; flights; and the Open Championship Follow the guys on Twitter @ShaneBacon and …
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, Jay Moore shares his family's tale of loss, discovery, and selflessness that will tug on your heartstrings while reinforcing the importance of inter-generational relationships; also, Dr. Mary Stockwell, author of Unlikely General, Mad Anthony Wayne And The Battle For America, tells the story of o…
 
Could a return to Supersonic travel really be just a few years away?! The Cruise Altitude team discuss an exciting new project aimed at cutting transatlantic flight times in half. Plus we talk lights, drones and much more! Don’t forget to subscribe and get in touch via our various Social media platforms, email us at cruisealtitude@outlook.com or ju…
 
On episode sixty-seven, Shane Bacon and Max Homa open up discussing the value of instant replay in sports! Then, the guys dive into how Torrey Pines played and Jon Rahm's impressive win in the U.S. Open; they share their thoughts on green reading books being outlawed; Max previews his opportunity in the Travelers Championship and Shane finishes up …
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, we bring you stories about outstanding fathers and fathers who don't make the grade. Leslie Leyland Fields tells us about the heart-breaking relationship between her and her father. And it's not what you'd expect; Taylor Brown shares the eulogy he wrote in Garden and Gun for his biker dad; and Pe…
 
Ever wonder what it would be like, flying yourself into a foreign country where pilot communications are transmitted in an unknown-to-you language? Well, here's your opportunity to find out! This episode marks fifty years of a treasured friendship, arising under unusual circumstances from a long-ago foreign adventure, and continued over the years t…
 
Changing jobs and roles isn’t easy at the best of times. But with her infectious enthusiasm Kate Court made her way from research in arts and humanities to her role as research developer at Newcastle University. Being open minded about people from different backgrounds was essential as is realising that many of our skills are transferrable.I am par…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, Edie Hand tells us the story of the her brothers, the Blackburn boys, and the tragedy that struck not once, but three times; also, Author Richard Rhodes shares the amazing story of Austria-born turned Hollywood movie star, Hedy Lamarr; and finally, Marc Barrios tells his story of going from a Cub…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories Podcast, (2:59) Wally Soplata tells the story of his eccentric union carpenter father who collected rare and vintage WWII aircraft for pennies on the dime; also, (21:27) Professor Susan Brownell shares the story of how the Olympics ended up in St. Louis and the infamous marathon event; and finally, (38:43…
 
On episode sixty-six, Shane Bacon gets Max Homa to dive deep into the Memorial Tournament, his takeaways from the week and Jon Rahm's withdrawal. The guys talk about Lexi Thompson and the U.S. Women's Open, Shane's "Longest Day," Rickie Fowler getting through the mud, and the rules around Korn Ferry Tour players qualifying for the U.S. Open. They f…
 
As the USA continues to rebound, the Cruise Altitude Team share their recent experiences of post Covid flying, plus they talk terrain and launch ‘Cruise Altitude Final Call!’ Don’t forget to subscribe and get in touch via our various Social media platforms, email us at cruisealtitude@outlook.com or jump on the website, www.cruisealtitude.com For Cr…
 
On episode sixty-five of Get a Grip, Shane Bacon opens up asking Max Homa about his experience playing with 'Bones' on the bag in the PGA Championship; then the guys get into Joe Greiner's impressive run in the four-ball, Cameron Young's back-to-back victories on the Korn Ferry Tour, Phil Mickelson trash talk stories, prep for the Memorial, and fli…
 
On this Memorial Day, we at Our American Stories we want you to bring Paul Monti, who drives his son Jared's truck, an act which inspired the hit country song "I Drive Your Truck" by Lee Brice...but the story is much more than that of a song. Here's the story of Jared Monti, a true hero who died in service of our country trying to save a fellow sol…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, Jason Wolfe tells the story of how his father left his family at the age of 6 and his journey of becoming the father that he never had himself; also, Emma McCormick was told she could work remotely... so she decided to buy a sailboat and go to Florida; finally, Richard McCann and Bill Duggan tell…
 
Confused by codes? The Cruise Altitude team unravel the secret formula behind airport codes, talk time zones and find out why it’s blinds up for take off and landing! Don’t forget to subscribe and get in touch via our various Social media platforms, email us at cruisealtitude@outlook.com or jump on the website, www.cruisealtitude.com Keep it down t…
 
For this episode I meet with Mark Abraham, who is an RSE at the EuroCC National Competence Centre Sweden. Some of our listeners may also know him in the context of Gromacs, short for GROningen MAchine for Chemical Simulations, the leading package for molecular dynamics (see their repo at gitlab).Mark started his RSE journey in Australia. He then mo…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, Jeremy Swick of the College Football Hall of Fame recounts the remarkable story of the street dog turned soldier turned mascot; also, Christopher Klein tells the story of how Abraham Lincoln used the telegraph to help win the Civil War; and finally, former KSNF Channel 16 Weatherman Jerimiah Cook…
 
On episode sixty-four, Shane Bacon and Max Homa open up the podcast sharing mini-breaking news; then the guys get into Rory McIlroy's dominance in the Wells Fargo Championship and the legacy he's creating; Shane touches on his U.S. Open qualifier which includes a new name for a putt; Max talks about his prep for the PGA Championship and the guys fi…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, we bring you Matt Parker, a comedian and mathematician from Australia, who tells the story of the time Michael Larson was shockingly good at the game show "Press Your Luck," and gives a look into why computers can’t be random; also, Dr. John Degarmo, founder of the Foster Care Institute, shares s…
 
Where have all those planes gone?! The Cruise Altitude team look into what it takes to park up and store an Airliner. Plus we get to grips with ‘crosswinds’, and find out why we always board on the left. Don’t forget to subscribe and get in touch via our various Social media platforms, email us at cruisealtitude@outlook.com or jump on the website, …
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, Mark McCray, author of The Best Saturday's of Our Lives, tells us the story of Saturday morning cartoons and what happened to them; also, Chris Siriano tells us about an American man in a glass coffin along the shores of Lake Michigan; and finally, Casey Brogan shares his story of his battle with…
 
On episode sixty-three, Shane Bacon opens up talking with Max Homa about his week in contention at the Valspar Championship! Max talks about his red hot putter; his hole-out from the fairway; and the energy at the golf course! Shane talks about turkeys running around his house, his prep for the U.S. Open qualifier and the guys finish up with flight…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, Jim Keyes, the former CEO of BlockBuster, tells us the story of Blockbuster during its final days; also, the author of The Book of Spam: A Most Glorious and Definitive Compendium of the World’s Favorite Canned Meat, Dustin Black, tells the story of this often speculated household name; and finall…
 
On episode sixty-two of Get a Grip, Shane Bacon opens up asking Max Homa about the Zurich Classic and his pairing with Talor Gooch! Then Max shares the details of his double-eagle, the guys talk about the new PGA TOUR Player Impact Program (PIP), and Shane makes suggestions to Max so he can improve his PIP ranking! Follow the guys on Twitter @Shane…
 
On the episode of the Our American Stories podcast, we bring you Ronald Mason, a WWII pilot with a heck of a story; also, the story of Adam Davis and Adam John who have been using table-top games as a therapy tool; and finally, Bill Bryk makes the familiar fascinating and briefly recounts how New York City became the city it is today, as well as hi…
 
On episode sixty-one of Get a Grip, Shane Bacon and Max Homa discuss their previous week at the Masters! The guys talk about the test Augusta National presents compared to the other major championships and the impact Hideki Matsuyama's victory will have on golf; Max talks about his practice round with the European Ryder Cup players; his pairing wit…
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, we bring you the story of one out of over 80 bottled water companies in the United States, that has changed the game forever, Richard's Rainwater, and the man behind it all, Richard Heinichen; also, Jon Elfner brings us the story of Ford's 100th anniversary celebration and its new supercar built …
 
On this episode of the Our American Stories podcast, we bring you Steve Stoliar who tells about his years as Groucho Marx's secretary and historian; also, Duncan Scott tells us his story of pranking the New Mexico State Legislature; and finally, David Klein, founder of Jelly Belly, shares his story of how he lost his beans, but kept his soul. Suppo…
 
Daniel Nüst is a research software engineer working on the project “OpeningReproducible Research” at the Institute for Geoinformatics, University ofMünster. In this episode, we talk about RSE career paths, reproducibleresearch, and computational workflows under peer review. After finding his dream discipline of geoinformatics as a student,Daniel Nü…
 
On this week's episode, we bring you the story of when Tim and Deb Hennessy received a miraculous surprise when they visited a local grocery during the February 2021 deep freeze in Texas; also, Tom Acitelli, author of "Pilsner: How The Beer of Kings Changed The World" tells the story of how an experimental drink in the Austrian Empire became Americ…
 
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