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Part-therapy, part-insider info, part-entertainment, you'll hear from The Athletic's Paul Dehner Jr. and Jay Morrison as well a cast of the most relevant Bengals coaches, executives and players, 'Growlin' takes fans inside Paul Brown Stadium, from the front office to the locker room as they talk through all things Bengals.
 
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Neal Beidleman is no ordinary man. Raised in Aspen, CO his heart had a big outdoor spirit. Pain became a close companion as he started chasing high mountain summits and running 100 mile races. His job is even abnormal - as an aerospace engineer he designs deployable antenna structures for NASA and holds over a dozen patents on designs and devises h…
 
Rundown: (4:30) O-Line Evaluations; New Grading Method (14:00) Fixing the Line (18:00) Biggest Stat; QB-WR Synergy (30:45) Crossroads in Philly (39:45) Listener RBP (45:45) Tate's Agent Speaks Out Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH Experience The Athletic's award-winning sports content for just $1 a month! …
 
Edward Willett “If God created the universe with the appearance of being billions of years old, how was that any different from it actually being billions of years ago and aging through all that time?” This is the worlds of the Shapers. The worlds from the mind of our guest Ed Willett. In this episode we converse with Ed about book three in his Wor…
 
Our crew today: Hosts Dr. Steph, Miami Rick, Captains Nick and Jeff, Producer/Director Liz. Join us for the latest in aviation news, your feedback, and this week’s Plane Tale: “It’s Not What You Say.” Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:02:50] NEWS [00:03:09] Incident: Wings AT72 at Ambon on Jul 3rd 2020, Failure of All Instruments [00:10:58] UPDATE: A…
 
In Episode 161, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger trek through the woods of Warren, New Hampshire, searching for the legend of a lost little girl named Sarah Whitcher. In 1873, Sarah wandered into the woods by her forest home and was gone an entire day before her family realized she was missing. Folks came from several towns away to help search for days.…
 
Rundown: (3:15) Burrow, Bengals' Offense (8:00) Bobby Hart-break from the Bengals? (13:30) Bullock's Miss; Future with Team (25:45) Zac Jackson Talks Browns (42:30) Growler Bet! Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH Follow Zac on Twitter: @AkronJackson Experience the award-winning sports journalism The Athleti…
 
Our crew today: Hosts Dr. Steph, Miami Rick, Captains Nick and Jeff, Producer/Director Liz. A student pilot swerves off runway and crashes, a woman uses the overwing emergency exit to cool down on a 737 wing, more news, your feedback, and this week’s Plane Tale: “Little Nellie and Her Friends.” Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:02:51] GETTING TO KNOW…
 
Christie Stratos (For those of you who are Mothers of Inventions fans, the title makes perfect sense) Podcasting, in many ways, is a lot like cooking stew. You throw a bunch of stuff in a pot and see what happens. When a friend of the show brought us to the attention of another podcast, we were invited to be a part of The Writers Showcase and met C…
 
Rundown: (3:30) O Captain Joey! My Captain! (13:15) Debut Stats (19:30) Green's Health; Keys to Sunday & Game Prediction (33:15) The Athletic's Daniel Popper chats Chargers (47:45) Year 3 Leaps? Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH Follow Daniel on Twitter: @danielrpopper…
 
Being slighted by the US Ski Team in 1978, Lonny Vanatta spent the rest of his career trying to prove something and that he did. Turning pro he became the top American on the world pro ski racing tour for many years. He won 20 races and won the slalom title in 1980 - finishing 3rd overall in the season title. Even though he was smaller in stature a…
 
Rundown: (2:30) 53-Man Roster (7:15) Characterizing Success/Failure (17:00) One-Word: Confidence in Coaching Staff (30:15) RPB: Biggest Growth, Bounce-Back Season, etc. Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH Follow Mo on Twitter: @MoEgger1530By paul morrison, paul dehner jr., mo egger
 
James Morrow According to the great 20th Century philosopher Linus van Pelt Cat Rambo there are three things you should never discuss with people: Religion, Politics and the Great Pumpkin. On this show we break two of the three rules. In this episode we discuss an alternate future anthology of a near future America, And The Last Trump Shall Sound. …
 
Our crew today: Hosts Dr. Steph, Miami Rick, Captains Nick and Jeff, Producer/Director Liz. Jetpack flyer sighted near LAX, Ukrainian SU-27 near-disaster when landing on highway, more news, your feedback, and this week’s Plane Tale: “The Band Played On.” Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:03:23] NEWS [00:03:40] Ukrainian Air Force Exercise Almost Ends…
 
Rundown: (2:00) Joe Mixon's New Contract (7:30) Investing in O-Line (14:15) RB Depreciation (18:30) Projecting 53-Man Roster (28:15) RPB: Waiver Wire Pick Ups (32:15) Mark Kaboly interview Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH Test drive The Athletic with a 7-day free trail: theathletic.com/freetrial…
 
Our crew today: Hosts Dr. Steph, Captains Nick and Jeff, Producer/Director Liz. A man at PDX drives under a taxiing 737 in family sedan, a single engine airplane drives under a bridge in Michigan, more news, your feedback, and this week’s Plane Tale: “The Band Played On.” Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:02:45] NEWS [00:03:03] Aircraft Accident Beec…
 
Rundown: (2:00) Scrimmage takeaways (10:15) Injuries Impacting Practice (15:45) Training Camp Superlatives: MVP - (27:10) Non-Burrow ROY - (30:00) DPOY - (32:30) OPOY - (34:00) Most Improved, Comeback & Disappointing Player + Best/Worst Position Groups (47:00) Interview with Jeff Zrebiec Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: …
 
When you discuss literature, inevitably one wonders what things are missing and in doing so , was it in error or purposeful. Welcome to the incomplete world of Heather M. Gooden, an author who dangles more threads than a blind seamstress and does so knowinging and with gleeful malice. If every picture tells a story, then every clue MUST have a mean…
 
Rundown: (3:45) Mackensie Alexander's Father Found Safe (9:45) Joe Mixon Trouble? (20:30) A.J. Green on Thursday Practice, Racial Injustice (26:00) Football Outsiders' Aaron Schatz Interview (39:00) Schatz Takeaways; Callahan Comments (44:45) Growler Bet: House of Cards Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH…
 
Capt. RT Trosset is one of the greatest fisherman of all time… period. When you think of the words Key West and light-tackle offshore fishing, Ralph Delph, Jose Wejebe, and certainly RT Trosset are the first people that come to mind. He has been guiding anglers in Key West and making their dreams come true for over 40 years. He is a machine and is …
 
Rundown: (5:00) Joe Burrow Practice Performance; Favorite Play (13:45) Burrow Winning Over Teammates (16:45) John Ross Returns (33:00) First Week's Best/Worst (48:00) Concerning Developments (55:15) Dunlap Discusses Discrimination Incident Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH…
 
Our crew today: Dr. Steph, Captains Nick and Jeff. A FedEx B-767 lands with left main gear not fully extended at LAX, Air Force One nearly collides with a drone, more news, feedback, and this week’s Plane Tale “Dr. Christmas and his Bullet!” Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:03:43] NEWS [00:04:01] Doren Congo L410 at Bukavu on Aug 13th 2020, Aircraft…
 
Marc Watson If there is one thing on this show that we have come to learn, and sometimes we question learning anything, it is that authors can come from anywhere and no single path leads to becoming an author. Marc Watson is a good example of coming at it from an oblique angle. He refers to himself as an Anti-author due to his unique path of reachi…
 
The Growler, our second weekly episode of Hear That Podcast Growlin', returns with the NFL season exactly three weeks away. On the 2020 debut of the Growler, Paul Dehner Jr. and Jay Morrison discuss Joe Burrow's latest practice performance and anticipation for Friday's scrimmage. Plus, they update you on the latest news out of Bengals camp, and we …
 
In Episode 157, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger stroll through the Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge in Limestone, Maine, in search of the Vampire House, a Cold War relic leftover from the time when nuclear weapons were stored here at Loring Air Force Base. The Vamp House is a building with secrets: there’s legends of an accident that may have left mo…
 
The pads are on and the Bengals are practicing for a season that begins in less than four weeks. Paul Dehner Jr. and Jay Morrison discuss their early impressions of camp on this episode of Hear That Podcast Growlin'. How has Joe Burrow looked in his first NFL training camp? How minor is A.J. Green's latest ailment? What position group looks like it…
 
Join Dr. Steph, and Captains Nick and Jeff for this week’s adventure in aviation wackiness! Plenty of passive aggressiveness to spread around. Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:03:10] NEWS [00:03:36] India Express B738 at Kozhikode on Aug 7th 2020, overran runway and fell into valley [00:14:52] Serious Incident Boeing 747-4D7 HS-TGX, 11 Apr 2018 [00:…
 
In Episode 156, to celebrate our three-year anniversary show, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger paddle on to Lake Bomoseen in Castleton, Vermont, is search of a ghost town, a phantom row boat, and an island they say is inhabited by giant rabbits with glowing red eyes. This is a buffet of weirdness and wonder with links to the slate industry, tourism, and…
 
This is the final week without players wearing pads for the offseason. Next week's welcome change notwithstanding, there's still plenty to talk about on this episode of Hear That Podcast Growlin'. Paul Dehner Jr. and Jay Morrison break down the Bengals by position group, get into Paul's prescience on Joe Mixon's contract negotiations, consider the …
 
At the tender age of 4, after watching Franz Klammer win Olympic gold on TV, Ryan Smalls knew he wanted to be a ski racer. Growing up in the greatest of all ski towns, Aspen, Colorado, it all made sense. He trained hard and eventually made the U.S. Ski Teams talent squad, raced in Europe, and was fulfilling his dreams. He, the only child of his par…
 
Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:02:25] NEWS [00:02:44] Mid-Air Collision – Alaska [00:11:55] Fuel Truck Rams into Aeroflot Plane [00:14:40] NTSB Opens Docket on Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s Plane Crash [00:24:38] UTAir Cargo AN74 Overran Runway on Landing [00:30:57] United B787 Cleared to Land on Wrong Runway [00:40:12] Alkan D228 Drum Roll on Touchdown [0…
 
In Episode 155, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger drive to Mason, New Hampshire, to see the boyhood home of Samuel Wilson, a kid who served the Continental Army by guarding and tending to the livestock, then helped the U.S. cause again during the War of 1812. He’s a guy who cared about his neighbors, and about his country. Though his name was Samuel, mos…
 
Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin spoke with Cincinnati media on Monday, and our Paul Dehner Jr. and Jay Morrison came away from that discussion with the impression that a Joe Mixon extension is potentially imminent. The guys discuss that, first impressions of Joe Burrow and more on this episode of Hear That Podcast Growlin'. Rundown …
 
Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:02:39] NEWS [00:02:57] Congress Passes Bills to Study Military Pilot Cancers [00:09:23] Smartwings 737 Captain ‘Hid’ Engine Failure to Continue Flight to Prague [00:18:25] FAA Issues Emergency Airworthiness Directive Regarding Boeing 737 NG Compressor Stalls/Shutdowns [00:26:59] Germany: Three Dead as Plane Hits Hot …
 
Jackiem Joyner Well it was bound to happen. After 448 episodes we have become a music podcast. Okay, not really. But when you have a talented jazz performer who has moved into the realm of science fiction writing, you have to talk about the elephant in the room. Especially when the “elephant” is having the opportunity to play with George Duke. So w…
 
In Episode 154, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger drive to the grounds of the old Fernald School in Waltham, Massachusetts, just in time for a radioactive bowl of Quaker Oatmeal. This is a facility with secrets. Back in the late 1940s a series of experiments was conducted on 74 boys between the ages of 10 and 17 to determine the nutritional effectiveness…
 
Rundown 2:18 Topics for Today's Show 4:52 Details on the NFL/NFLPA Agreement 8:51 The Difficulties of Traveling This Season 16:46 When Will Joe Burrow Sign? 21:10 53-Man Roster Projections 30:37 A Take on Bengals-Specific Wins Above Replacement 46:27 Challenges for Players on the Fringes of Rosters 50:38 Interviews with Alex Erickson, Trey Hopkins …
 
Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:03:15] NEWS [00:03:33] Ethiopian Airlines 777 Catches Fire at Shanghai Pudon Airport [00:09:04] Dash 8 Hits Donkey on Runway in Somalia [00:14:38] Pakistan Validates Most Licenses of Pilots Working Abroad [00:17:14] Airline Pilot Believes Planes ‘Couldn’t Be Cleaner’ Now [00:20:41] Over the Span of a Week, 20 Toronto…
 
Gisella Bustillos From time to time here on Sci Fi Saturday Night, we take a jump to the left. We put aside science fiction for the world of science fact. Every time we do we realize that the lines between the two blurs, which is as it should be. Good science fiction should be predicated in, and predictive of the future. Much like Star Trek communi…
 
In Episode 153, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to Westerly, Rhode Island, in search of witches. While never formally charged with witchcraft, Granny Mott and Rebecca Sims both had witchy reputations in the eighteenth century. Granny Mott could turn herself into a chicken, and Rebecca Sims was a sucker for fiddle music and night watchmen. Both wom…
 
Very rarely do you hear of a young person doing something so consistently outstanding that the old timers open their eyes and say - "WOW!" This episode is the story of a young Jared Raskob who was constantly catching monster fish. Young people have young eyes but Jared's are legendary, and elder anglers sought him out. He was doing extraordinary th…
 
Rundown 4:00 What's at Stake for A.J. Green in 2020? 12:14 Green's Recent Press Conference with Cincinnati Media 20:03 What we Know about Training Camp and the Preseason 30:15 Greg O'Keeffe, The Athletic's Everton Beat Writer, Joins the Show 50:17 How Will Cincinnati Media Cover Joe Burrow's First Day at Training Camp? Follow Paul on Twitter: @paul…
 
Photo Credit: Nick Anderson [00:03:47] NEWS [00:04:05] ‘Human Error’ to Blame for Downing of Ukrainian Jet [00:18:05] Pilots’ Dual-Control Obstructed A320’s Collision-Avoidance Manoeuvres [00:30:47] Incident: Era DH8A near Anchorage on Sep 5th 2012, Uncommanded Left Roll and Loss of Altitude [00:59:56] First Officer, Captain Actions, Aviation Indus…
 
Photo Credit: Carolyn Clink (2008) THE OPPENHEIMER ALTERNATIVE is an Alternate history novel by Robert J. Sawyer. The best part of an alternate history novel is when it is firmly founded in hard fact. one in which the historical accuracy of its roots is inviolate. The second best part is the moment at which it deviates and you’re not quite sure whe…
 
In Episode 152, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger take a stroll down a road to nowhere in search of ghosts and a monster. The abandoned section of Downs Road in Bethany, Connecticut, is home to a host of legends whose roots date back more than a century-and-a-half and include ties to a strange New Haven cult whose leader claimed to have the ability to ra…
 
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