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American Indian Airwaves, an Indigenous public affairs radio and, perhaps, the longest running Native American radio programs within both Indigenous and the United States broadcast communication histories, and broadcast weekly every Thursday from 7pm to 8pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 Los Angeles (http://www.kpfk.org). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aiacr American Indian Airwaves is produced in Burntswamp Studio and started broadcasting on March 1st, 1973 in order to give Indigenous peoples an ...
 
Animal Airwaves is a daily radio series that features one-minute segments relating to animal health. Each module focuses on a different topic of interest to the owners of all types of animals, ranging from consumer tips offering insights into animal behavior to veterinary patient care breakthroughs and trends. A production of the UF College of Veterinary Medicine, UF Health Communications and 89.1 WUFT-FM in Gainesville, Animal Airwaves airs three times each day on 89.1 WUFT-FM and 90.1 WJUF ...
 
DEAD AIRWAVES IS A SHORT STORY SHOW WITH STORIES BY WILLIAM F. NOLAN, JACK DANN, ROD SERLING, JOHN COLLIER, RICHARD CHRISTIAN MATHESON, G. WAYNE MILLER, ETC. NARRATED, SOMETIMES WITH MUSIC, SOMETIMES WITH SFX, OR ACTED BY ACTORS. LISTEN LIVE ON 88.5 KKRN, OR KKRN.ORG TRYING TO PRESERVE AND KEEP IN MEMORY OF MY FAVORITE WRITERS/FRIENDS STORIES OF HORROR, SF, AND DARK FANTASY. THE SHOW IS A PRESENTATION OF SCREAMING EYE PRESS, CREATED BY MARK SLADE, CHAUNCEY HAWORTH, AND CAMERON HAMPTON ALL AR ...
 
Anthropological Airwaves is the official podcast of American Anthropologist, the flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association. It is a venue for highlighting the polyphony of voices across the discipline’s four fields and the infinite—and often overlapping—subfields within them. Through conversations, experiments in sonic ethnography, ethnographic journalism, and other (primarily but not exclusively) aural formats, Anthropological Airwaves endeavors to explore the conceptual, ...
 
Welcome to Professor Tech's Airwaves of Awesome, an occasional podcast series that discusses new developments in technology and what they mean for the world. It focuses on the social side of tech, and provides up-to-date commentary into why we are simultaneously both entranced by, and fearful of, new technology and how it might affect us all.
 
This program is dedicated to the education and exploration of disabled life, giving voice to the life and experience of people with disabilities. We cover a wide array of issues and disabilities. We are people who discuss issues we are passionate about and topics we are interested in. We show how disability is in the mind of the beholder.
 
The innovative experience that is Angels & Airwaves unites music, video, film, live events, and a novel approach to fan–artist interaction. Their artistic spirit soars into a multisensory experience of imagery and sound. Join us for a discussion with the band and film director William Eubank, and enjoy clips from the new album, "Love: Part Two," as well as "Love"—their critically acclaimed film.
 
NDNs on the Airwaves was developed from the need to know more about the recent history of native radio, the current state of native radio and where native radio is going in the future. This series gives voice to those who are passionate producers of radio, grateful musicians and individuals who help us understand how radio both reflects and shapes Indigenous cultures all across our territories. There is a common thread tying it all together, and that is Indigenous voices. This series offers ...
 
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Have you considered offering a forever home to a new pet? Most people have, but the success of that new relationship is largely a function of responsible pet ownership and awareness of what’s involved in making that commitment. There’s much to consider, from your own lifestyle and the type or breed of pet that would work best for your family’s need…
 
Part 1For close to over 50 years, Dr. John M. Anderson has been researching into and writing on the Chumash history and culture since the early 1970s at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His includes the Tejon Reservation in CA and the Treaty with the Castake, Texon, Etc., of 1851 between several California Indigenous nations whose lands…
 
Professor Tech Episode 5 is a special encore episode in celebration of #MyScienceMay, remembering our interview style CQUni TELCoP session with Professor Michael Sankey from Charles Darwin University, talking learning transformation, digital pedagogy and what it means to be an education architect!
 
Are the Chicago Cubs getting ready to trade their last few World Series winners left on the roster? When will it happen? Should they do it? Enjoy this segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingle, Paul Chivari, and Mike Mercado. The Sports Cubicle is brought to you by Sports from the Couch on Mer…
 
In this episode, guest producer Laura Cirilo examines how the idea of closure configures into international applications of forensic anthropological practice in conversation with Dr. Sara Wagner, Professor of Anthropology at the George Washington University, and Dr. Mercedes Salado, a member of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team.NB (May 2022)…
 
He roamed up and down the east coast of Australia presenting his special brand of broadcasting on 16 different stations throughout his career. He wasSydney's Triple M first breakfast jock and he even raced around the world in four days as part of a station promotion! He is Pete Rudder! Enjoy!저자 Paul Walsh
 
In today's episode, the guys get into a conversation about some of their hobbies, and give some recommendations based on some of their favourite shows, music, restaurants, and books! Enjoy responsibly :) Please don't forget to subscribe YouTube Subscribe Audio Subscribe Thank you for your support! New Merch Out Now! [Don’t forget to check out The D…
 
LaVar Ball said what? Does he know something we don't? What's with all the blowouts in the NBA Playoffs? Dan Marver and Mike Mercado break down some of the craziness with the Chicago Bulls and around the NBA. Enjoy this segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingle, Paul Chivari, and Mike Mercado.…
 
Some of the most vulnerable victims of the war in Ukraine are animals that are captive in zoos and unable to escape the shelling. Before the war, the Feldman Ecopark Zoo in Kharkiv housed more than 5,000 animals. It has been directly targeted by Russia bombs, which have killed at least 100 animals, injured many others and placed even more under con…
 
Join Dan Marver and Mike Mercado as we continue our show discussion on Tom Brady joining FOX's number 1 NFL broadcasting booth. Enjoy this segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingle, Paul Chivari, and Mike Mercado. The Sports Cubicle is brought to you by Sports from the Couch on Mercado Airwave…
 
The Chicago Bears 2022 Schedule has been release and now we know how to plan our Thursday, Sunday, and Monday nights during the NFL season. Lets have some old fashioned hack radio fun and pick the W's and L's. Enjoy this segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingle, Paul Chivari, and Mike Mercado…
 
The war in Ukraine is a tragedy for humans and animals alike. As people escape their homes to save their lives, many are taking their beloved pets with them. For the pets left behind — not to mention livestock, zoo animals and others — the future is often bleak. That’s why veterinarians and their dedicated assistants in Ukraine and neighboring coun…
 
Will Zach LaVine stay with the Chicago Bulls? Did a new team become the front runner to sign the NBA All-Star? What will Chicago look like if they don't sign the superstar for the "Max" deal? Enjoy this segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingle, Paul Chivari, and Mike Mercado. The Sports Cubic…
 
There comes a time in some partnerships when a person has tried everything to no avail. That can happen on occasion with pet parents and their behavior-challenged fur babies. If veterinary intervention, training or environmental alterations haven’t helped, following a different path may be necessary. In these heartbreaking cases, rehoming may be an…
 
In this episode, the guys talk about spring, the incredible impact space exploration has had on technology, and why we need to live on other planets. Please enjoy responsibly. Subscribe now!! YouTube Subscribe Audio Subscribe New Merch Out Now! [Don’t forget to check out The DNA Project Merch code “PODCAST” for 20 % off your first purchase!!] Thank…
 
Tom Brady is doing what!? FOX is paying how much!? Join Paul Chivari, Devin Tingle, and Mike Mercado as they discuss the major news that Tom Brady will be joining FOX's number 1 NFL broadcasting booth. Enjoy this segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingle, Paul Chivari, and Mike Mercado. Advert…
 
Professor Tech Episode 4 is a another special encore episode in celebration of #MyScienceMay, remembering our first CQUni TELCoP session for 2021, where Dr Robert Vanderburg and A/Prof. Michael Cowling talked about how COVID-19 has changed teaching and learning practice.
 
In recent years, the demand for service dogs has shot up as our canine friends have demonstrated their aptitude for helping people with a growing range of disabilities. It can take almost two years to train a service dog and up to 70% of dogs don’t have what it takes to complete a full program. That’s why service organizations charge up to $40,000 …
 
Thursday, 5/12/2022, on American Indian Airwaves, 7pm to 8pm (PCT)“Global Civil War: Capitalism Post-Pandemic, Part 2“Part 1William I. Robinson’s new book, Global Civil War: Capitalism Post-Pandemic, is a big picture synthesis of a global capitalism in a state of deep crisis that is cascading social, political, and cultural conflicts all over Mothe…
 
An amazing project being conducted in space just may help save animals on Earth. There, a computer is tracking the behaviors and migrations of a host of mammals and birds on earth. Called the International Cooperation for Animal Research Using Space, or ICARUS, the process uses sensors on animals to transmit data to an ICARUS antenna on the Interna…
 
Every week, we hear about newly endangered species. One of the most recent is the iconic koala. The Australian government recently issued an endangered status to koalas based on their drastic drop in numbers, primarily from habitat loss — both from humans clearing the land and raging wildfires destroying trees. More than three-quarters of Australia…
 
The NBA Playoffs are heating up with star studded matchups in the second round. Dan Marver and Mike Mercado take a look around the different series and how they are playing out. Later, the guys discuss how the Chicago Bulls get to this level. Enjoy this segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingl…
 
If you’re immunocompromised, you may wonder whether you should have a feline pet. You’ll want to talk to your physician, but here are some guidelines if you get the okay. Adult cats are less likely than kittens to carry infections that can spread to people. Be sure your cat is fully vaccinated, neutered and negative for viruses that can increase th…
 
Happy Mothers Day! The Chicago Cubs are bad. Lets talk about it. Also, why has the White Sox vs Cubs rivalry heat cooled down? Enjoy this segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingle, Paul Chivari, and Mike Mercado. Advertise with us inquiry at mercadoairwaves@gmail.com Links: https://itunes.appl…
 
Highly pathogenic avian influenza, or HPAI, is a contagious infection of poultry that’s once again spreading across the United States. Already this year, millions of birds in commercial flocks have died due to infection or close contact with infected birds. But backyard poultry are at risk, too. Waterfowl spread HPAI through their droppings. They m…
 
While Anthony was off conquering the world, Diriki and Mat get into a discussion on today's episode about foley sound in film, pop music's evolution, and Hollywood accounting. Don't forget to subscribe!! YouTube Subscribe Audio Subscribe New Merch Out Now! [Don’t forget to check out The DNA Project Merch code “PODCAST” for 20 % off your first purch…
 
Pannus is a lifelong degenerative disease in dogs that can cause blindness if not treated. It involves the cornea, the clear outer layer of the eye. In the early stages, a thin pink film appears around the corneal edges and spreads toward the center of the eye. As pannus progresses, the film becomes opaque and the cornea darkens. Both eyes are gene…
 
William I. Robinson’s new book, Global Civil War: Capitalism Post-Pandemic, is a big picture synthesis of a global capitalism in a state of deep crisis that is cascading social, political, and cultural conflicts all over Mother Earth with dire implications for not only Indigenous peoples and their respective First Nations, but also the futures of l…
 
During the pandemic, stress has run high and patience has worn thin. Our pets have calmed us, but ironically, a number of us have taken out our anxieties on the very professionals who give our pets their all. As pet adoptions have soared, veterinary staffs have shrunk in the face of strict COVID-19 protocols. Veterinary professionals have struggled…
 
Sustainment is vital to Naval Aviation readiness and for the Airborne Strategic Command, Control and Communications program office, it’s a no-fail mission. On this episode of the AIRWaves podcast, Captain Adam Scott, Program Manager for PMA-271 and Bob Stailey, E-6B Integrated Product Team Lead talk about the value of relationships, how they’re col…
 
In the wild, cats eat the intestinal tract of their prey last — that’s the part full of plant fiber. Instead, they prefer animal fiber found in fur, bone, cartilage and tendons. Whichever type you consider, fiber is key for strict carnivores like cats — especially those with intestinal motility problems like megacolon where the colon becomes large …
 
Lets head over to the North side of Chicago as the slumping Chicago Cubs try to get right against their city siblings, Chicago White Sox, who are dealing with their own slump. Enjoy this segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingle, Paul Chivari, and Mike Mercado. Advertise with us inquiry at mer…
 
Let me guess — shortly after you receive a boxed delivery, you find your cat snuggled up inside the cardboard container. Have you ever wondered why? Even when they have to squeeze themselves in, cats love to play or nap in boxes. That’s because the pressure against their sides is comforting, especially when they’re stressed. It goes beyond the soot…
 
Professor Tech Episode 3 is a special encore episode in celebration of #MyScienceMay, remembering our first interview style CQUni TELCoP session with Dr Jo Orlando of Western Sydney University talking digital wellbeing and digital native students.
 
Lets take a look at what the Chicago Bears did in the 2022 NFL Draft. Did we learn anything about the plans the new front office has for the team? Did Justin Fields get help? Any major trades? Enjoy segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sunday nights with Dan Marver, Devin Tingle, Paul Chivari, and Mike Mercado. Advertise with us in…
 
Another one of our favourite guests returns for today's episode, author and composer David Ditchfield. David experienced a near-death experience (NDE) in 2006 while being pulled under a speeding train in a rare freak accident. We catch up with David to learn what's new since we last spoke. We also get into a conversation about his road to recovery …
 
The Chicago Bulls had their season ending exit interviews and are looking toward the future! What are the final feelings from fans surrounding this season all together? What will the front office do to better the roster for a deep playoff run in the future? Will Zach get his max deal from the Bulls? Join Dan Marver and Mike Mercado as they break it…
 
Gopher tortoises are found throughout Florida and the Southeast and are affected by various diseases, including upper respiratory tract disease. A new story from the University of Florida this summer revealed the discovery of yet another emerging disease affecting gopher tortoise — one associated with high mortality in the long-lived species. On th…
 
The Chicago Bulls season is over after losing their first round matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA Playoffs. Lets put to rest the 2021-2022 Bulls and also look into the future for this team! Is Zach a "max' player? Can the front office make a huge trade? Enjoy this post-game show segment from the latest edition of The Sports Cubicle Sun…
 
As part of caring for robust collections of large animals, zoos face loads of challenges. On a day-to-day basis, one of the biggest is dealing with waste — manure, that is — at least millions of pounds of it every year. Some zoos have come up with an ingenious solution to this dilemma. They’re contracting with nearby facilities to compost hay, anim…
 
Part 1The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) is a high- level advisory body to the Economic and Social Council. The Forum was established on 28 July 2000 with the mandate to deal with indigenous issues related to economic and social development, culture, the environment, education, health, and human rights. Since 2000, Ind…
 
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