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Clive, Nat and Liv present their own unique take on the world according to their own generations. Clive is a "Baby Boomer" who was a teenager in the late 1960s and early 1970s and Liv and Nat are "Millennials" so teenagers in the 21st Century. Each week they try to identify the differences and similarities of being a young adult now and in the past. Plus they introduce each other to the music of their youth and all the time in between.
 
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Generation Gap Radio. Random, raunchy comedy, current events and reviews of everything. Generation Gap Radio covers a lot of controversial topics and fantastic discussions. Hosted by "McFly" & Omar, two guys in their twenties with twisted standpoints on life. New guests every week with new stories from all forms of life.
 
A podcast that combines timeless pop culture discussions with hilarious banter between comedian Josh Accardo and actress Maureen Van Zandt (The Sopranos). The podcast dives DEEP into American pop culture in America and where we're going wrong. From "millennials" to news and politics. Music to the archetype of celebrity: no topic is off limits. #GenGapNation
 
不只侷限在年齡的隔閡,更拓展時代之間的差異。 親子之間存在著許多沒有說出口的隔閡,因為疏於溝通而導致兩代之間的隔閡越來越大,進而轉變成爸媽不懂我,我不懂爸媽的窘境,所以想透過本節目來帶領聽眾一同了解那些親子之間的議題,針對兩代之間的問題來一探究竟。 Podcast收聽平台 https://linktr.ee/generationgap2021 臉書: https://www.facebook.com/GenerationGap2021/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/generation_g_a_p/ 信箱:歡迎合作 generationgap2021@gmail.com 請贊助並支持我讓我做出更好的節目,謝謝 https://pay.firstory.me/user/generationgap2021 Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
The Lomeli brothers, discuss how perception is reality. You will get an in depth feel of how a generation x perspective differs from a Millennial. Being raised by Parents who are Baby Boomers. You will get a great feel of how generational gaps may view things differently. With this podcast we will build the bridge of understanding.
 
"Bridging the Political Gap" originally was an 11 episode series on how to bridge the political divide our nation now faces. Based on lessons learned from the World War 2 Generation of leaders who created the American century. Leaders who made conscious decisions to look for the good in the people they worked with, to find common ground, put the country first, change with the times as needed and not question the motives of the folks they disagreed with. It was a philosophy of Governing that ...
 
The Jane Anderson Brand You Show is the podcast for experts, consultants, speakers, trainers, academics and coaches who are or aim to be the leaders in their field. Jane shares her insights as well as interviews those who are industry experts to find out about their experiences when marketing themselves under their Personal Brand, or name. According to US Labour Data, by 2020 50% of the workforce will be self-employed​. The ability to market & sell yourself is an essential skill for the futu ...
 
A vigorous discussion between two generations. A mother and a daughter. A millennial and a Generation X-er.Topics are randomly chosen by alternate weeks being lead by one host or the other. The person not leading the discussion will have just heard the topic at that moment. Armed with only the knowledge they possess and the discussion will ensue. We hope to not only bridge the gaps in generational understanding but also to laugh and find some common ground to refocus our lense of the world. ...
 
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Apollo 13, one of the most remembered moments in the history of NASA. By April of 1970 going to the moon had become almost "ho hum". The television networks did not even bother to show the inflight special broadcast from the spaceflight. Then when the Astronauts were preparing their ship for the long voyage to the moon, BAM!! An explosion, followed…
 
On November 14, 2021, on a Sunday, Horry County, South Carolina, lost a towering giant in the history of the region. Lois Eargle was a trailblazer, never politically correct, and never afraid to speak her mind. She was an unabashedly proud public servant for the people of Horry County and most of all a servant of her Lord, Jesus Christ. She opened …
 
After President Nixon announced he would cut the Ho Chi Minh Trail and take military action in Cambodia, college campuses across the nation exploded. Riots and demonstrations shut down several colleges and led to a nightmare scenario at Kent State in Ohio. It was there that four young people would lose their lives when National Guardsman, themselve…
 
The Lomeli Brothers add an extra silky voice with their special guest Ryan Silkwood. Ryan shares his journey through loss and how the only way through it, is through it. We talk films, shows and how often people speak their truth. Are there lies that do more good than harm?저자 Renato Lomeli and Raul Lomeli
 
This episode opens at the dawn of the environmental movement in America. It may come as a surprise to you that Richard Nixon is considered second only to Theodore Roosevelt as the greenest of all our Presidents. Several historians consider Nixon's environmental record his second biggest achievement. Nixon's secret to success was pretty simple. He f…
 
On November 3, 1969, President Richard Nixon asked to address the nation to talk about Vietnam. He then laid out his strategy for bringing the War to an end. He also asked for the great silent majority of Americans to support his efforts. They did in record numbers. To piggyback on our episode on the Silent Majority speech which has a featurette wi…
 
This episode opens as the Apollo 11 Astronauts have returned from their mission to the moon. It was a moment in which the United States had finally found something to rally around as one united country. But that sense of national unity won't last, not because of events in the heavens, but due to a war here on Earth. In this look at the final 6 mont…
 
While researching the material for our podcast documentary we are currently presenting now on President Richard Nixon, I had one of those random thoughts cross my mind. Had we had any other Quakers serve as President? That led me into looking at a story that is featured on this show by CBS Sunday Morning titled "The Real Herbert Hoover", and I was …
 
The Lomeli brothers have the honor to have their boy Paul drop in. They talk about the dark side of things and working to get to the other side. Honesty is a naked person and we strip away all the layers to have a better understanding of each others journey. On the bright side of things, the loss of your favorite toy and teaching as we learn.…
 
On January 20, 1969, Richard Millhouse Nixon was Inaugurated the 37th President of the United States. He faced a country and a World in upheaval. It was as historian Jim Prado points out "A more complicated set of circumstances than had faced any of his predecessors, at least in the modern era." That is in my opinion an understatement. Our country …
 
This episode starts as Richard Nixon, at age 39, is taking the oath of the Vice President of the United States. On this episode we take you through his remarkable Vice Presidency, where he has to step in through two major illnesses of the President, a heart attack and then stroke. Then he is attacked by a violent, rock throwing mob as he travels by…
 
The opening episode of Season 4 of Bridging the Political Gap is a particular thing of excitement for me. Richard Nixon is one of my political heroes and most responsible for my interest in public service. I have been a fan since I discovered a scrapbook saved by my Mother from a class she was student teaching in 1960. A full decade before I was bo…
 
Clive talks to local music technology student and club DJ Hannah about the development of music technology from vinyl records through CDs to downloads and streaming. Plus the development of pop and rock music into rap and electronic dance music enjoyed by Gen Z young people like Hannah.저자 Radio Verulam
 
Eerie similarities mark our world today with the one Richard Nixon faced a half century ago. As we begin our Landmark Podcast Documentary Series on Richard Nixon we look at the world Richard Nixon faced as he stepped into office and how he had changed that world by the time he began his second term. By January 29th, 1973, Richard Nixon stood with A…
 
Spinning out of yesteryears barber chair, and into the Lomeli Brothers pod. Special guest Edel touches on first time Fatherhood, the journey to America. He describes his struggles of being an outsider, and how those experiences shaped him. Renato and Edel, close in about how they approach their methods of Fatherhood.…
 
In our 50th, and final episode of our third season, we watch the winding down of the Lyndon Johnson Administration. It is truly an end to an era, as few men have ever dominated the public stage as Lyndon Johnson did our country for over two decades, even before he wound up in the White House. Joe Califano, an aid to President Johnson, is correct wh…
 
This episode opens in the final two days of the 1968 campaign as the election polls have tightened to an even race. Vice President Hubert Humphrey has made up enormous ground and with the announced bombing halt of North Vietnam it looks like all the momentum is with him. Here you see both Humphrey and former Vice President Richard Nixon out on the …
 
Why has our podcast "Bridging the Political Gap" dedicated two seasons, this one and the next one, to the Presidencies of Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon? It is a good and valid question. After all, they presided over the most divisive time in our history other than the American Civil War. The answer is simple, they may have been flawed men, but t…
 
This is the second episode examining the phone calls so often cited as proof of the Chennault Affair and Lyndon Johnson's acknowledgement of Richard Nixon's "treason". When you listen to them all it will often leave you wondering if there is any there, there. Or is it the hope of a man, prone to paranoia, looking for an excuse as to why something h…
 
This is not as complicated as it looks, but we start with these two episodes to have a subset of a subset of our series on 1968. These are a collection of phone calls, in their entirety of President Lyndon Johnson talking to the three Presidential candidates, Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey and George Wallace, Republican Leader Everett Dirksen, Demo…
 
In this podcast Clive discusses with Anna the delights of exploring your family history, which he thinks is mainly of interest to older people. His sister started finding out about his family when she was a teenager and Anna has asked her grandparents about their lives as a way of starting to do so as she is also interested. So proving Clive wrong!…
 
During the investigation of Former President Donald Trump over whether he had been colluding with the Russian Government in attempts to sway the 2016 Presidential election, television host Rachel Maddow and her host network MSNBC decided they would be cute and put on a television special designed to use the example of Richard Nixon committing treas…
 
As part of our series on the 1968 election , we are going to take 4 episodes and create a sub series to examine thoroughly the accusation of treason that has been promulgated for years against then Vice President Richard Nixon. It is a subject that has divided the public and historians for decades. Richard Nixon always denied it. Anna Chennault nev…
 
The assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy shocks the world and causes the Democratic Party to descend into chaos. This episode opens with messages from Senator Eugene McCarthy and Vice President Hubert Humphrey, the rivals of Robert Kennedy for the Democratic Presidential Nomination. Kennedy had just won the California Primary and seemed heade…
 
The Summer is over so we welcome Dirty Winters. Longtime friend brings the third eye to the Undeneyeable conversation. We discuss Winter's families art lineage. Embarrassing moments that scarred us for the better or the worse?We talk about an album that rhymes with Ronda.저자 Renato Lomeli and Raul Lomeli
 
As we cover so much of the tumultuous year of 1968, we thought we would add one of its brightest moments too. As the country struggled with Civil Rights, assassinations, civil unrest, and a war in Vietnam we also moved closer to a dream that stretched back to the beginning of life itself. As long as man has been capable of looking into the heavens …
 
Young people born in this century - Generation Z - are understandably concerned about the implications of Climate Change. Following the recent publication of the latest IPCC report on Climate Change Clive talks to Gen Z Anna about the implications for her and her generation and what she thinks they and everyone else should be doing about them.…
 
This episode opens with the country ablaze after riots break out in the aftermath of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The country struggles with how to cope with the loss of the leader who had preached nonviolent resistance, and who had died such a violent death. The one city that did not have a riot the night of the assassination wa…
 
Not since the Civil War had America been this divided. The decisions to both go to war in Vietnam and to pass several Civil Rights Bills that changed how America interacted socially led to an explosive Presidential Election year. Never had their been a campaign with more extreme lows as this one had. First came a major offensive by the enemy in Vie…
 
This episode unfolds in two parts. In the mid 1990's, Former Defense Secretary Robert McNamara wrote a book in which he describes what he called the mistakes his generation of leadership had made in Vietnam and his thoughts on how future generations could avoid them. He admits they were wrong. McNamara has often been criticized by historians, even …
 
At the end of 1968 the United States was a country at war abroad and in chaos at home. The American people were asking the same question that movie star Lauren Bacall expressed to the country on "The Dick Cavett Show", "What has become of our country, is our country worth saving? " In January 1969, a new President, but a leader many had written off…
 
In this episode we see events start moving fast. You see a divide start to show between members of the Johnson Administration as to what to do about the problems of Vietnam. The enemy starts bombing American targets including the Brinks Hotel during the Christmas season, maximizing the number of deaths in the hotel. Still Lyndon Johnson refuses to …
 
Even though we were already involved, this was the event that really started us down the long road to a full scale land war in Asia. Strangely, to this day no one knows exactly for sure what happened in the middle of the night on the other side of the world. Most likely, nothing. But the supposed attack on the U.S.S. Maddox and U. S. S. C. Turner J…
 
On August 1, 2012, My brother Keith Wallace collapsed after he had a brain aneurysm burst in Manning S. C. He died on August 2, 2012. In Memory of him on this the 9th anniversary, I thought we would rebroadcast the ABC News "Carolina This Week with Tim McGinnis" show from 2013 in which I discussed his situation and the importance of organ donation.…
 
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