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A native of Goldsboro Tom Kearney grew up listening to WPTF and was a particular fan of Carl Goerch. Educated at Wake Forest College and the University of North Carolina Tom taught for several years before joining WPTF in 1982. Along with various other shows and duties, Tom has hosted theTom Kearney Show (Openline with Tom Kearney) since December,1988. Tom's program is a general interest talk/interview show that he hopes is edifying and entertaining.
 
Nick Bowman presents The Future Underground Show. Listen and download the monthly show here on Podomatic. Previous guests on the show include: Sasha, Mauro Picotto, Ellen Allien, Audio Injection, Cari Lekebusch, Joel Mull, Alan Fitzpatrick, Gary Beck, Nic Fanciulli, Paul Woolford, Mark Broom, DJ Dextro, Deepgroove, Thomas Schumacher, Heckmann, Electric Rescue, Israel Toledo, Tom Hades, Dolby D, Stefano Noferini, Daniel Portman, Hobo, Hans Bouffmyhre, Markantonio, Fabio Neural, Kai Randy Mich ...
 
Good morning and welcome! Speak, friend, and enter a world of magic, might, and myth. Bag End Book Club is a celebration of Tolkien's most famous and influential works. Every two weeks we will come together after having read a handful of chapters and discuss the stories of Middle-Earth, from the Hobbit to the Lord of the Rings and further on to the Silmarillion. Stop a moment and enjoy some good company and better books.
 
Boots & Bark is the podcast of the Connecticut Forest & Park Association (CFPA), a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting forests, parks, and trails for future generations through connecting people to the land. This podcast features special people who are making a difference in conservation and outdoor recreation for Connecticut, and we plan on producing 12 episodes each year. More info is available at www.ctwoodlands.org.
 
Project Upland, in our continued effort to serve our community in new and innovative ways while seeking to lower the barriers of entry into upland hunting, is pleased to publish PROJECTUPLAND.COM ON THE GO. In order to make our content easier to access in more diverse ways, we now publish audio versions of our growing library of online written content. It is our hope that, by creating a new pathway to access the materials we produce, we strengthen our community and bring it closer together. ...
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. This is an interview show, spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and whose stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
https://www.wpr.org/shows/what-dreaming-does-our-brains-reducing-sugar-packaged-foods-chicken-empanadas Each week, Dr. Zorba Paster and co-host Tom Clark provide listeners with health and fitness tips to live a full and healthy life. The down-to-earth, personal style makes this call-in show as entertaining as it is informative. "Zorba Paster On Your Health" can be heard Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and again from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on the Ideas Network.
 
"CONNECT THE DOTS" is a call in radio talk show, where I share my knowledge of the metaphysical, plus ongoing conspiracies, plus the evolution of planet earth - spiritual info - et involvement - politics - crystals - etc. I am also the only singer-songwriter, recording artist to ever run for President of the U.S. (also a 2016 write-in candidate). You can find my music at the CD Baby Music Store! Yes, I am a 2020 non-political US Presidential candidate! Visit my cell phone friendly site (2020 ...
 
The Roots After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of History's Roots. Show Summary: The classic story of "Roots" is retold in this miniseries based on Alex Haley's 1976 novel. The show paints a portrait of American slavery through the journey of a family that has a will to survive through many hardships. Malachi Kirby stars as Kunta Kinte, a proud and educated young man who uses those traits to empower himself when he is captured and sold into slavery. While he is enslaved, he chal ...
 
A podular broadcast chronicling the magical journey of three young men through the seven novels in the Harry Potter series, chapter by chapter.All episodes should be assumed to contain spoilers for the entire Harry Potter series. So please. Assume it. Also, we say "fuck." Updated Sundays. Email us: tctwsg(at)gmail.com
 
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It's Drunk Tolk! The Lord of The Rings podcast for people who enjoy drinking cans and reading LOTR but who dont understand how to run a real bookclub.. Each week a group of Irish lads, who grew up watching the LOTR movies, read a chapter of LOTR and then sit down with a few beers to discuss it, or at least try to...we go off topic a lot! But you'll be sure to have a laugh at least while we do! Whether you haven't read the books yet, or are a first time reader of LOTR or are re-reading it for ...
 
The Y'all Show is a syndicated radio show and podcast covering the people and culture of the 16 Southern states. Hosted by Yall.com publisher Jon Rawl, the show covers news, sports, opinion, food, business, music, movies, storytelling, and more.
 
Hosted by Beth Roars, The Roarcast holds a range of discussions about all things music. These include interviews with guests to chat about their journey through the music industry, as well as diving deeper into the world of music science, theory and history. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Environmental Studies and Sciences is a podcast covering some of the latest research on environmental issues and hot topics in the environmental field, with leading academics and upcoming environmental researchers. The podcast is produced by Speak Up for Blue Productions on behalf of the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences, and the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. The host is Dr. Chris Parsons.
 
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What makes an ordinary person extraordinary? Join regional journalists Lucy Samuels and Lucy Taylor as they fly across remote Australia, yarning to the unsung heroes of the bush. Walk alongside some of the unique characters that inhabit the back country, as we meet a world renowned motocross rider turned goat chaser, a burns survivor with an unbreakable spirit and a bush dressmaker that can make all of your wedding day dreams come true ... plus so many more. Buckle in!
 
Sermons from New Life Church in New Milton. New Life Church is a community of around 200 Christians living in and around New Milton, on the edge of the New Forest, England, who meet to worship God and look to learn more about Him.What we strive for as a church is summed up in Our Values, namely, "Love God", "Be Transformed", "Tell Others".
 
NumberOneBeats Weekly Radio Show Hosted By A.C.K. ! The Show will be presented in many different FM Radios like Radio FG USA, Number1 FM Turkey, Heat Radio Greece, We-love-house.fm Germany, DJR’ADIO, Daltica Radio, Clublovers fm, VIP TV and many more stations in different Countries like Belgium, Canada, Malta, Ibiza, Spain, U.S.A, Hungary, Bulgaria, Russia .... Near NumberOneBeats Records tracks supports the show also many talented new comers. Curtainly supporting and playing in the past and ...
 
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The western wild fires have caused a lot of headaches for agencies like FEMA who must respond. But house fires remain the most common form of fire each year, and FEMA keeps close track on house fires too. Joining the Federal Drive with some recent statistics and how the agency gathers it, the acting U.S. Fire Administrator, Tonya Hoover.…
 
Good morning and welcome! Speak, friend, and enter the Bag End Book Club, a celebration of Tolkien's most famous and influential works. Every two weeks we will come together having read a handful of chapters and discuss the stories of Middle-Earth, from the Hobbit to the Lord of the Rings and further on to the Silmarillion. Stop a moment and enjoy …
 
This week the hosts look at new research surrounding the potential cardiovascular benefits of consuming coffee and walnuts, and they discuss why doctors are rethinking treatments for type 2 diabetes. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for sesame tofu with broccoli.By Wisconsin Public Radio
 
The Homeland Security Department recently completed rulemaking to carry out a law enacted in 2014. It gives the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency a lot of discretion in hiring cybersecurity people. My next guest says, maybe too much discretion. Bob Tobias is a long time federal employment expert and a professor in the Key Executive L…
 
The oldest information system the government operates might also be the most crucial one. No, not the IRS master file system. It's the technology that controls nuclear weapons. It dates to the 1950s. Yet imagine if the control systems were online in the age of ransomware. My next guest has thought about exactly that. A long time scholar and researc…
 
The Army says it’s made big strides over the past year in adding more rigor to the way it manages its civilian workforce. Among the changes: a brand new agency to manage civilian career fields, new ways to measure how civilians contribute to Army readiness, faster hiring, and a restructuring of career pathways to give employees a wider range of opp…
 
The Biden administration wants agencies to do more to educate prospective federal employees, new hires and current staff about their collective bargaining rights, and information on joining a union. The Office of Personnel Management issued new guidance to agencies earlier this week. OPM, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh and Vice President Kamala Harris…
 
Equal employment law is constantly changing as new cases and new decisions occur. Courts decide some cases, the commissioners others. It's a lot for EEO officers to keep up with. But the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission publishes a quarterly digest that makes it all, easier to digest. With how the process works, the assistant director of the…
 
It's not easy for a federal agency to cut over to a new financial management system. But that's what the Coast Guard is about to do. Coasties are about halfway through the cutover period, with November 17th as the date for completion. For how it's all going, the Federal Drive turned to the assistant commandant for resources and the chief financial …
 
Senate appropriators are plussing up the defense budget, relative to what the Biden administration has requested. The newest release of Senate budget bills has the Pentagon getting twenty four billion dollars more than what the White House requested earlier this year. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione joined the Federal Drive to talk about wher…
 
The U.S. government’s technical standards agency is taking on a potentially era-defining issue: How should the nation manage the risks of artificial intelligence? The National Institute of Standards and Technology is just starting this work, and it’s already confronting some tough questions For more, Federal News Network’s Justin Doubleday.…
 
Week 8 of college football includes the rivalry game between Tennessee and No. 4 Alabama. Conner Smith, a Nashville singer/songwriter, has the perfect song for Big Orange fans this weekend. Elsewhere on the "Y'all Kickoff Show," Oregon and UCLA have a College GameDay production, newly-fired Ed Orgeron takes his LSU Tigers to the Grove and Mississip…
 
Twenty-one years after the passage of the Clinger-Cohen Act, agencies and auditors are still debating whether chief information officers should report to the agency secretaries or deputy secretaries. Even though presidents have issued executive orders and the Office of Management and Budget has issued policies, the question of the reporting structu…
 
The Department of the Navy spent more than $17 billion in fiscal 2021 with small business prime contractors. Once again, the DoN met or exceeded all of its small business goals. Where the Department is still struggling is ensuring small business subcontractors are not being used as bait by large businesses to get contracts , and then the subs don't…
 
Senate Democrats are out with nine new appropriations bills for 2022. Yes, the fiscal year started three weeks ago. But Congress isn't anywhere close to finishing the necessary work of funding federal agencies for the 2022. The bills from Senate Democrats would increase civilian spending by 13% and defense spending by another 5%. The Senate drafts …
 
It's money they want - cyber criminals and fraudsters of all types. To get a better handle on the latest risks and mitigation strategies, the Association of Government Accountants and consultants Guidehouse surveyed AGA members. With highlights of what they discovered, the Guidehouse partner for public sector financial services, Caitlin McGurn, spo…
 
When it comes to federally funded research, the grantees can have conflicts of interest that are non-financial. Like employment by another institution, or worse, some tie to a foreign government that may try to influence research outcomes. After looking at policies for agencies representing 90% of federal research and development grants, the Govern…
 
It didn't take long into the global COVID-19 pandemic before Chinese researchers posted the genetic sequence of the virus online. And it was only about two days later that two researchers at the National Institutes of Health designed the basic outlines of COVID vaccines. For their work, doctors Kizzmekia Corbett and Barney Graham are finalists in t…
 
On this special Halloween-themed episode of Most Notorious, my guests - professors Lester Friedman and Allison Kavey - talk about Mary Shelley's early 19th-century literary classic, Frankenstein. They explore Shelley's creation of her timeless gothic novel and how her background and circumstances likely influenced her writing, offer some fascinatin…
 
Federal contractors only want two things at the moment. Besides contracts that is. One is for Congress, specifically the Senate, to get on with the National Defense Authorization law already. And two, for the administration to sort out an increasingly convoluted vaccine mandate. We get the lowdown from the president and CEO of the Professional Serv…
 
A new book says federal policy makes the nation's veterans sicker and poorer. Its author is not just anybody. Daniel Gade is a former Army lieutenant colonel, who lost a leg in combat, now an adjunct lecturer in public administration and policy at American University. He's the co-author and publisher of Wounding Warriors, How Bad Policy is Making V…
 
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers, actually there are three soldiers at rest there, is one of the most hallowed sites in the country. It's also one of the most popular visitor attractions at Arlington National Cemetery. Next month the cemetery will mark an important date. For details I caught up with the commander of the soldiers who guard the Tomb …
 
Research and engineering with the Defense Department is about to get a big push forward especially in sustainment of new systems. And troops are starting to feel the consequences if the don't get down with the vaccine mandate. It's all in this week's edition of the DOD Reporters Notebook with Federal News Network's Jared Serbu and Scott Maucione.…
 
21 years after the passage of the Clinger Cohen Act, agencies and auditors are still debating whether chief information officers should report to the agency secretaries or deputy secretaries.Even though Presidents have issued executive orders and OMB has issued policies, the question of the reporting structure has to come back to outcomes and not p…
 
After a very long summer hiatus, we're back with the final leg of book 1 of Fellowship of the Ring. Audrey and Kayla are back with Chapter 9 of the story, where Frodo and the Shire Squad find themselves up the proverbial creek without a paddle. Frodo and the gang put on quite a show in the Prancing Pony, and much to the chagrin of a new stranger, a…
 
The top new TV shows and movies available for download in October are relayed. After securing her first No. 1 on the country music chart, Lainey Wilson is calling out the fellows. The National Insurance Crime Bureau releases its annual "Hot Wheels" report, a break down of the most-stolen vehicles in the country. Also, the ACC Report this week inclu…
 
About Today’s Guest: Jordan Schachtel is an independent investigative journalist we should all know about. You can follow his work via his Substack & his podcast, both dubbed The Dossier. You can also follow him on Twitter & on his Rokfin page. Guest links: Substack: https://dossier.substack.com/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-d…
 
With a continuing resolution in place for a while, Congress can turn its attention to whatever ambitions it may have for infrastructure. But the going is getting tougher, so no telling whether the bureaucracy will have however many trillions dropped on it. The Federal Drive got the latest from Bloomberg Government deputy news director Loren Duggan.…
 
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