Adventures in Sound is a free-form show that explores music spanning more than 120 years of recorded sound.
Every week for nearly a decade, Dennis Campa has highlighted a variety of music from his collection of 15,000 plus records and cd's.
Among the sounds you may hear: century old recordings by noted vaudevillians; musical oddities only found in thrift stores; vintage blues & jazz sides; and records made by movie and television stars.
Over the last several years, many local bands have appeared live on this show. Among the noted musicians who've played live on Adventures in Sound are: Wino Vino, Aunt Ruby's Sweet Jazz Babies, Urban Achievers Brass Band, Bruce Salmon, The Cats and the Canary, Yes Ma'am Brass Band and many more!
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Freddy Castro se desarrolla radialmente después de años en relaciones públicas y comunitarias.
Castro llega a los Estados Unidos a los seis anos de edad y después de cursar la escuela primaria e instituto en grados superiores, ingresa en la universidad graduándose con una maestria en educación y administración de empresas.
Sus extensos viajes a través del mundo y su habilidad en comunicaciones llevan a Freddy a la radio donde experimenta su nuevo amor…la comunicación radial.
Freddy es, no solamente, nuestro guía de programación sino una parte fundamental de todos los segmentos producidos por IDEAL RADIO INTERNATIONAL NETWORK. Lo pueden escuchar diaria y extensamente a traves de un gran número de estaciones radiales.
Gracias por ser nuestro compañero de viaje en esta búsqueda hacia nuestro mejoramiento personal. Desde www.profemorales.com y en el programa radial contamos con las mejores mentes para hacer nuestro camino más fácil. Estamos para crecer juntos en esta unión hacia una conciencia universal carente de mezquindad.
Desde las 12 de la noche del sábado y hasta las 6 de la mañana del domingo, los espero para cumplir nuestra meta: ¡Crecer en compañía!.
One of KOOP's longest-running programs, Jamaican Gold walks the timeline of Jamaican music from 1960 to 1980: starting with uptempo early ska, swinging into soulful rocksteady & revive, easing into the inception and development of reggae, and ending with ethereal, effects-driven classic dub. Now in his 16th year of somehow being tolerated by KOOP management, host Art Baker brings extensive knowledge and a large personal library of these musical styles (as well as the occasional hangover) to bear each week as he traces the evolution of these great sounds.
News comes at you fast. Join us at the end of your day to understand it.
Monday to Friday. All killer, no filler. Hosted by Sean Rameswaram. Featuring
the finest explainers from Vox and more. Produced by Vox and Stitcher, and
part of the Vox Media Podcast Network.
As a teenager in 1975, I had my first job at the Princeton Brain Bio-Center, where I was assigned the important task of helping Dr. Carl Pfeiffer write Zinc and Other Micro-Nutrients. When we wrote that book it was considered that lead was safe at 80 parts per million; we argued that a safe level was zero. Subsequently, every five years or so, the Environmental Protection Agency lowered this limit to 60, then 40, then 20, then 10, and some groups even lowered it down to zero for children. At that time, we discovered the important role for zinc, which was connected to a hundred enzymes. (Iron was involved with only eight enzymes and received far more attention.) Later, when I was evaluating medical schools, I was told by the Dean at Harvard Medical School that my work on nutrition was completely meaningless and obsolete, and unimportant for medicine. The importance of micro-nutrients in our soil and the impact on behavior is still not as well known as it should be. The importance of magnesium in heart disease and of selenium as an anti-cancer agent, and the long term toxic effects of aluminum, lead, cadmium, and mercury on the brain were all identified in my first book.
Roberto Rodríguez Tejera desarrolla un programa repleto de información, especialmente de los ámbitos ecónomico y político, y con menos énfasis en otras áreas como la salud, el deporte y los asuntos locales. Roberto Rodriguez Tejera le lleva a la audiencia las hisotrias más relevantes y los tópicos de discusión que hacen la diferencia todas las mañanas.
Katz’s Corner is a weekly call-in radio show on WABC 770AM Sunday morning’s from 7A-7:30A dedicated to giving you straight talk on your health. Hosted by Dr. Aaron Katz — Chairman of Urology at Winthrop University Hospital, a board-certified urologist, clinical researcher and the author of Dr. Katz’s Guide to Prostate Health — the show cuts through the confusing and often contradictory messages you hear about how to live a healthy lifestyle. Tune in and learn which foods make you healthy, and which dietary supplements are supported by solid scientific research. Dr. Katz also discusses important health concerns like heart disease, cancer, the environment and the role supplements can play in helping prevent and even treat these conditions.
Carmen Aristegui recibe cada día a las personalidades más influyentes e
interesantes de su país y del mundo, para analizar y discutir los sucesos que
hacen noticia en México. Aristegui te permite conocer los puntos de vista de
los protagonistas de la actualidad, en sus propias palabras. Se transmite solo
en México y Estados Unidos.
True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of
Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that
delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with
English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons
through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio
Set over a few flickering nights in Cleveland, Ohio, this is a story of
creatures, human and otherwise, caught in the eternal pornography of the
cosmos, told in the blockbuster cinematic style of Spielberg classics.
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of
contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs.
Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's
Together, Dr. Howard and Suzie discuss REAL Food, REAL Science, REAL Nutrition, and practical applications for REAL Results. With their most basic belief being that your health is your responsibility, they encourage you to think for yourself; for your health is decided by the choices you make day to day. If you are interested in improving your health & lifestyle, but tired of being handed pills, or given the same useless and discouraging answers, listen as they debunk falsities and replace them with TRUTH. Tune in and take back the power of your own health.
A bilingual soccer program with a first half hour in Spanish and the second one in English. A program with news and events related to the sport around the city (Longhorns soccer, Austin Aztex, Austin city league) and the world. It will include analysis of the World Cup in South Africa, listener participation and commentaries about how soccer explains the world.
Rush Limbaugh is well known, and respected in the realm of talk radio. Limbaugh was first nationally syndicated in 1988, and today is the largest radio talk show in the United States with an estimated 20 million weekly listeners. The National Association of Broadcasters once again named Rush the 2005 Marconi Radio Personality of the Year, an honor he received previously in 1992, 1995, and 2000. A commentator with a conservative point of view, Rush discusses politics and current events behind his “Golden” microphone from his Florida home.