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It takes the right skills and the right innovation to design and manage meaningful print-marketing solutions. Welcome to Podcasts from the Printerverse... Where we explore all facets of print and marketing that create stellar communications and sales opportunities for business success. Hosted by Deborah Corn, The Intergalactic Ambassador to the Printerverse at Print Media Centr. Listen Long and Prosper! #PMCpodcasts
 
TrueCrimeIRL is a podcast hosted by native Iowan, Kelli Berens-Brink. Kelli discusses murder and missing persons cases, as well as cold cases from across the nation. You'll enjoy first-hand accounts of crimes, told from Kelli's own unique and quirky perspective. Kelli includes many guests, such as law enforcement, lawyers, victims, perps, and more. Tune into TrueCrimeIRL, and visit TrueCrimeIRL.com for more info. Follow us on social media @ TrueCrimeIRL. Support this podcast: https://anchor. ...
 
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The Reformed Deacon

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The Reformed Deacon

a Podcast from the OPC Committee on Diaconal Ministries

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The Reformed Deacon is a monthly interview and discussion podcast created by the Orthodox Presbyterian Church Committee on Diaconal Ministries. The Reformed Deacon exists to strengthen and encourage the brotherhood of reformed deacons in their God-given role of serving the local church. We hope you'll find this podcast to be helpful to you as you serve the Lord in your church. For more information about the OPC Committee on Diaconal Ministries, go to our website: OPCCDM.org.
 
Agriculture Today is a daily program hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout the state. It features K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examining agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation. Kansas State University has produced daily, ag-related broadcasts since KSAC radio first went on the air in 1924. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the K ...
 
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Fronteras

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Fronteras

Texas Public Radio

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"Fronteras" is a Texas Public Radio program exploring the changing culture and demographics of the American Southwest. From Texas to New Mexico and California, "Fronteras" provides insight into life along the U.S.- Mexico border. Our stories examine unique regional issues affecting lifestyle, politics, economics and the environment.
 
The future isn’t just written by the past. It’s written by the right now. And right now, we’re focused on what’s next. Welcome to the Future. Faster. A sustainable agriculture podcast created by Nutrien Ag Solutions—for growers, for partners, for the planet. Nutrien Ag Solutions is the retail division of Nutrien, the world’s largest crop inputs company. At Nutrien Ag Solutions, our network of over 2,000 retail locations and 3,400 crop consultants across 7 countries helps support our more tha ...
 
Better Left is a podcast about progressive people, with some politics sprinkled in. As a group, we live our progressive principles every day, but we know we can do better. Both as hosts of a podcast, but also as part of a greater movement that at its heart promises to bring prosperity and opportunity to everyone in the US. As a nation, we're coming to terms with what the word progressive even means. As a group of millions loosely assembled around a set of universal principles, the progressiv ...
 
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Greg is out! Todd is out! Jon takes control of the show and invites Husker Mike! We talk about Big Ten media rights, because Mike knows that stuff better than anyone else I know that isn’t fully employed in the media. So.... the Big Ten is going to negotiate new media rights. The players - ESPN, Fox, CBS, and NBC. We discuss (well, mostly Mike answ…
 
Grain Marketing Strategies for Current Conditions Findings from Decades of Rangeland Research Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – Grain Marketing Strategies for Current Conditions: K-State grain market economist Dan O’Brien covers the relationship between the grain futures markets as well as some insight for producers on whether-or-not to sell o…
 
Critic Ben East and academic Catherine Love review Rock, Paper, Scissors, the trilogy of plays written by Chris Bush to mark the 50th anniversary of Sheffield Theatres and Studio Electrophonique, a documentary about Ken Patten's influential home studio in Sheffield.Saturday marks 75 years since The Diary of Anne Frank was published. Poet, writer an…
 
A Tickborne Disease Can Cause Bovine Infectious Anemia A 2022 Kansas Wheat Harvest Update Keeping Raccoons Away from Sweet Corn 00:01:00 – A Tickborne Disease Can Cause Bovine Infectious Anemia: K-State veterinarian Gregg Hanzlicek discusses Theileria, an emerging bovine blood-borne disease transmitted through a species of tick that’s new to our re…
 
Rowan Atkinson is associated with a lot of ‘B’s – Blackadder, Bean, bumbling British spies... and now bees. He plays an inept house-sitter in a luxury mansion chasing after an insect in Netflix’s new Man Vs Bee. He talks about this, his iconic characters, and why making comedy isn’t always that fun.Artist Thomas J Price’s Warm Shores, a pair of 9 f…
 
Property Tacking and Property Easements Why Trees May Have Been Uprooted How-To Tips for Harvesting Onions 00:01:00 – Property Tacking and Property Easements: K-State and Washburn University School of Law’s Roger McEowen covers two ag law cases recently brought before the Kansas Court of Appeals. The first is a case of property tacking and the seco…
 
As Glastonbury returns this week after a two year pandemic hiatus, a summer of festivals gets under way while some festivals are forced to cancel due to difficult conditions. We look at how the festival sector has struggled through the challenges of the last two years, and consider the importance of live music festivals to the UK economy and cultur…
 
Kansas Heat Bursts Labor Shortage Crisis Milk Lines 00:01:05—Kansas Heat Bursts — K-State meteorologist Chip Redmond covers more in-depth the recent heat bursts experienced across parts of Kansas, as well as the Animal Comfort Index tool made readily available through the Kansas Mesonet 00:12:06—Labor Shortage Crisis — Justin Waggoner, K-State beef…
 
Director Baz Luhrmann on the making of Elvis, his new biopic of Elvis Presley, starring Austin Butler and Tom Hanks. Director Mathilde Lopez talks about drawing on her heritage for a new production of Bizet's opera Carmen at Longborough Festival Opera. Theresa Heskins, Artistic Director of the New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme on Tom, Dick and Harry, a…
 
Why is Consumer Demand for Beef Decreasing Managing Potato Leaf Hoppers in Alfalfa Bats – and What to Do if You Have Them 00:01:00 – Why is Consumer Demand for Beef Decreasing: K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor provides information on the economic impact of the extreme temperatures we have been experiencing and why consumer demand is decreas…
 
In this episode of Making It With Print on Podcasts From The Printerverse, David Drucker, Noel Tocci, and Deborah Corn discuss the central importance of investing in collaboration, tailoring options for happier clients, and how difficult problems can lead to great innovations. Mentioned in Today’s Episode: David Drucker on LinkedIn: https://www.lin…
 
In this episode of Time Management Tips in 20 on Podcasts From The Printerverse, Deborah Corn and co-host, Sarah Ohanesian, Productivity Coach at So Productive, discuss some useful new technologies and a great list of tools that can help save you time and increase your productivity! Mentioned in Today’s Episode: Sarah Ohanesion on LinkedIn: https:/…
 
Daniel Dejan, Principal and Creative Director at Dejan Associates and Cofounder of MarketWise Academy, joins Deborah Corn to discuss reinvention in the new now and mentoring marketing leaders through MarketWise Master Classes - and more! Mentioned in Today’s Episode: Daniel Dejan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danieldejan/ MarketWise Acad…
 
In this episode of the Elevate Print series, Pat McGrew joins Keeana Barber, Aaron Selmon, Dante Hamilton, and Deborah Corn to discuss strategies for optimizing workflow in smaller print shops, how automation can help, and some tools and tips to get you started. Mentioned in Today’s Episode: Keeana Barber: https://www.linkedin.com/in/keeanabarber W…
 
The Stability in Grain Sorghum Exports Early Indications from the 2022 Wheat Harvest Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:00 – The Stability in Grain Sorghum Exports: K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien provides insight on the current state of cash markets and the stability that we have seen in grain sorghum exports 00:12:00 – Early Indications…
 
It’s the middle of June. We’re a little hard up for content. So.... We still have an episode to offer. In this episode: Cayden Brumbaugh - Nebraska baseball picks up an outfielder transfer from Oklahoma State Riley Van Poppel - Nebraska football gets a decent looking defensive lineman recruit from Texas Jon wonders “How is it we were 3-9 last seaso…
 
On this episode, American Agri-Women 2022 Champion of Agriculture, California First District Congressman and rice farmer Doug LaMalfa, discusses his thoughts on the current state of the agriculture industry. Firestone Ag and emerging country music artists Dillon Carmichael team up to “Rock the Crop,” and April was another banner month for U.S. meat…
 
National Theatre Wales is about to open a new production described as a live documentary performance, Circle of Fifths. With cast and stories drawn from the local community, and taking place inside and out, it combines film, performance, storytelling, live music and dance, to tell stories of life, death and grief. The director Gavin Porter joins Fr…
 
Addressing Blue-Green Algae Bloom Concerns New Product for Reducing Ammonia Gas Emissions Organic Material to Amend Soil 00:01:06—Addressing Blue-Green Algae Bloom Concerns— K-State beef extension veterinarian, AJ Tarpoff, provides cattle producers with resources and management practices to help mitigate the risks associated with blue-green algae b…
 
Operatic tenor Freddie De Tommaso on his overnight breakthrough to stardom and performing at the First Night Of The Proms.We announce and speak to the winner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction.John Byrne, the Scottish artist, playwright and theatre maker: arts critic Jan Patience reviews the new retrospective of his work, A Big Adventure, open now at…
 
Jeramey and Dylan are joined by the managing editor of Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine, Greg Tepper, to discuss Coach Joey McGuire's inclusion on this year's magazine cover and the blossoming relationship between Coach McGuire and Texas Tech.By Albert Nkansah, Dylan Smyth, And Jeramey Gillilan
 
”Virtual” Fence Lines for Managing Cattle An Update on Crop Disaster Assistance Creating “Black Gold” for the Garden 00:01:00 – ”Virtual” Fence Lines for Managing Cattle: K-State associate professor and researcher in the Division of Biology, Alice Boyle gives insight on her and Walter Dobbs’ latest research study looking at utilizing “virtual” fenc…
 
Most crops are in the ground for the summer here in North America. But that just means that the time is upon us to look ahead to the fall and winter. And so in this episode, we’re going to review some of the sustainability programs that Nutrien Ag Solutions is rolling out for later this year, so that you can get prepared to maximize your yields, ca…
 
Chicago based artist Theaster Gates on The Black Chapel - his design for this year’s Serpentine Gallery pavilion, which is created each year by world class artists who have included Ai Wei Wei, Olafur Eliasson, Zaha Hadid, and Rem Koolhaus.The latest Pixar film is Lightyear, which tells the story of Buzz, the square-jawed astronaut, before he touch…
 
WASDE Report Analysis and Macro Economic Insight Milk Lines 00:01:11—WASDE Report Analysis (Part One)—Senior economist with the International Grains Program at K-State, Guy Allen, gives producers an in-depth look at the commodities market on a global scale by analyzing the latest WASDE report – he specifically gives valuable details on the current …
 
Fresh from performing at the Queen's platinum jubilee concert, singer-songwriter George Ezra plays in the Front Row studio from his new album, Gold Rush Kid.James Graham's new BBC drama, Sherwood, is set in a Nottinghamshire mining village still scarred by the 1984 strike. Former BBC correspondent and journalist Triona Holden, who reported on the d…
 
U.S. Beef Export Numbers and Current Beef Demand Keeping Cattle Feeding Areas Clean Benefits of Turtles Around Farm Ponds 00:01:00 – U.S. Beef Export Numbers and Current Beef Demand: Livestock economist Lee Schulz of Iowa State University provides this week's commentary on the cattle market; he discusses the latest U.S. beef export numbers and what…
 
Ireland in the mid-20th Century was ruled by the Catholic Church's harsh misogynistic values. Falling pregnant out of wedlock was a mortal sin in the church's eyes. Thousands of mothers and babies perished behind the walls of the oppressive mother and baby homes... but today I bring you one story of survival. This is Clodagh Malone's story. Please …
 
Samantha Bennett Discusses Her Role as the New Host of Agriculture Today The Driving Forces Behind the Success of Agriculture Today Eric Atkinson offers some Final Thoughts as the Host of Agriculture Today 00:01:00 – Samantha Bennett Discusses Her Role as the New Host of Agriculture Today: Samantha Bennett shares her aspirations for the Agriculture…
 
San Antonio muralist Alan Calvo discusses the inspiration behind some of his most popular artworks, including his well-known Selena mural outside the Alamo Candy building and the new "Colores del los Nativos" outside of Texas Public Radio's headquarters.By Norma Martinez, Marian Navarro
 
Greg didn’t show up on time because of, oh, I don’t know... work or making a living or something like that. So Todd and I started the old fart podcast. I turned 60 this past week and when a guy turns 60, people expect him to say something about it, so I do. Then I give advice to young people about keeping their bodies in shape, which is rather iron…
 
On this episode we discuss the state of the sugar industry with Luther Markwart of the American Sugarbeet Growers Association and Dr. Robert Johansson with the American Sugar Alliance. We also talk about the state of agricultural retail with Daren Coppock of the Agricultural Retailers Association. We learn of South Korea’s move to suspend duties on…
 
On our Thursday review panel this week: the film critic Leila Latif and Simon Goldhill, Professor of Greek Literature and Culture at the University of Cambridge, review the British comedy horror film All My Friends Hate Me, directed by Andrew Gaynord and Howard Brenton's play Cancelling Socrates, directed by Tom Littler at the Jermyn Street Theatre…
 
Weekly Grain Market Trends Pre- and Post-Harvest Weed Control in Wheat Kansas Agricultural Weather 00:01:05— Weekly Grain Market Trends--K-State grain market economist Dan O’Brien provides his weekly insight on the grain market trends: he looks ahead to the USDA’s next monthly grain supply-and-demand report, which will be released tomorrow…and he c…
 
Artist Paula Rego remembered. Following the sad news today of the death of one of the most important figurative painters of our times, we look back on her life and work with art critic Louisa Buck.Outgoing Children’s Laureate Cressida Cowell on why she’s pushing the government to invest £100 million in primary school libraries.Stones in his Pockets…
 
Two Agricultural Case Rulings from the Kansas Court of Appeals A Look Back at the Long-Running Radio Series, Stop, Look and Listen The Final Stop, Look and Listen Episode 00:01:00 – Two Agricultural Case Rulings from the Kansas Court of Appeals: Agricultural law and tax professor Roger McEowen of the Washburn University School of Law discusses a pa…
 
Imagine growing up in a time and a place where women are second class citizens, and sexuality is not only a taboo topic, but exposing the fact that you’ve been sexually active will get you socially ostracized, locked up and even possibly killed. This is the story of Ireland’s Catholic Mother & Baby Homes that operated between the 1920’s and the 199…
 
Ayanna Witter-Johnson is a singer-songwriter, cellist and composer blurring the boundaries of classical, jazz, reggae and R&B. Performing live in the Front Row studio with Stephen Upshaw, viola player with the Solem Quartet, Ayanna reworks the roots reggae sound of The Abyssinians and shares part of her Island Suite, inspired by the poetry and stor…
 
Summer Forage Risk Management Milk Lines 00:01:12—Summer Forage Risk Management (Part One)-- Risk management economist Jenny Ifft and forage agronomist John Holman of K-State team up to talk about summer annual forage production and managing the risk associated with raising those forage crops: they discuss the agronomic factors at work in planting …
 
Africa Oyé, the UK's largest festival of music from the continent of Africa, celebrates its 30th anniversary in Liverpool's Sefton Park this month. Its Artistic Director, Paul Duhaney, discusses the festival's history and chooses three tracks of music that reflect Africa Oyé's growth and reputation. What is a queer poem? Poets Mary Jean Chan and An…
 
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