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QSO Today is a weekly conversation, or QSO, between amateur radio operators about ham radio. Eric Guth, 4Z1UG, hosts a new guest every week to talk about their ham radio journey, their specialized expertise in ham radio, and how amateur radio has impacted their personal and professional lives. QSO Today is targeted at anyone interested in amateur radio who wants to learn more about this fascinating hobby.
 
Welcome to Tenant Talk, a show for small business owners to gain valuable insights that help them grow their small businesses. In this series, we explore topics such as building a value-based culture, strengthening the tenant-landlord relationship, outsourcing aspects of your business, planning for your business’ growth, and asking for referrals.Tenant Talk is hosted by Kenwood Management Principal, Bill Singer. Kenwood Management is a commercial property owner and manager based in Bethesda, ...
 
The Phasing Line Podcast is brought to you by Marty Sullaway KC1CWF, and Sterling Coffey, N0SSC, whose combined age is still less than that of the average ham radio operator. We hope to bring some interesting conversation to the table like no other ham radio podcast on the market. We talk about everything - literally everything - in ham radio. Whether it's about a four-square array, or the D-STAR/System Fusion/DMR debate, youth, or SDR architecture, we have it all. Warning: Tangential conver ...
 
I am Atul Raja, a career marketer, CMO and corporate leader. My professional journey is replete with launching and managing leading FMCG brands like Airtel, Royal Challenge, Matiz, TATA Indicom, Videocon, Sansui, and Kenwood, with three decades of experience across leading organizations like Bharti Airtel, TATA Teleservices, Shaw Wallace, Videocon, Bennett & Coleman, Biocon, and Daewoo Motors. Know More About Me: www.linkedin.com/in/atulraja www.atulraja.com
 
As an Extra Class licensed amateur radio operator, one of my favorite communications modes is AMSAT satellites. I use an Arrow antenna sometimes with just a couple of handheld radios or lately with a Kenwood TM-71a in full duplex mode. It is common to record these passes and review them later for accurate logging. Here is where I want to save my favorite satellite pass times for others to listen to and hear themselves and for contact verification. It's also my efforts as an AMSAT AMBASSADOR ...
 
Welcome to the Australian Book Lovers podcast! Our mission is to bring fabulous Australian and Indigenous literature that spans a whole range of genres to book lovers around the globe, as well as fantastic resources and information for passionate authors looking to write their next bestseller. Visit www.australianbooklovers.com to learn more!
 
If you’ve ever wondered what makes good schools great or how struggling schools overcome seemingly insurmountable barriers, this podcast is for you. If you’ve ever wanted to get a peek between the lines with some of your favorite Solution Tree authors, you’ve come to the right place. This two-part podcast shares solid advice from successful educators, as well as author interviews that will intrigue and enlighten. Tune in twice a month for an educational experience that is sure to inspire and ...
 
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Something To Wine About

Michael Neeley, JJ Flizanes, and Doug Sandler

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"Wine has been called the nectar of the gods. Well, we're not that snooty. We just call it delicious." Join Michael, JJ, and Doug as they hobnob with occasional guests and alternate co-hosts, savoring their sips and loosening their lips on topics as diverse as sex and getting old, to tasty foods and mental health. And, oh yeah, they talk about wine from time to time - sharing favorite wine memories, tasting notes, and the occasional wine-fact you might want to know.
 
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Summer may have slept through the alarm but episode 72 is here! Join hosts Veronica and Darren for a wonderful double interview with authors Emily Gale and Nina Kenwood. We have some super special guests and new book spotlights in the Reader's Cafe, a romance loving Sandy Barker drops into the Writer's Lounge, discussions about absurd criminal mome…
 
This episode features Luca Missaglia of Amaro Santoni. Luca is driven by passion. Amaro Santoni, an Italian Apartivo comes from the heart. He also has a love of cocktails and brand building. His focus is to help bartenders get out of their comfort zone. Luca grew up in Milan. Very early on he discovered that the zest for amaro was in his DNA. Amaro…
 
The Final Draft Great Conversations podcast is all about books, writing and literary culture. We're dedicated to exploring Australian writing, looking into the issues that drive our storytelling to discover more from the books you love. These are the stories that make us who we are. Angela Meyer is an author, book industry professional and teacher …
 
Holly Throsby is novelist and musician and whether it’s a three minute folk pop tune or three hundred page novel, she knows how to spin a yarn. Holly’s novels Goodwood and Cedar Valley have been nominated for Ned Kelly, Davitt and Indie book awards and her new novel Clarke is destined to continue the tradition of exploring the warm welcomes, commun…
 
Mooneer Salem, K6AQ, discovered that amateur radio provides plenty of opportunities for hams who also love computers and computer programming. K6AQ loves open source, contributing to HF digital voice development in the Free-DV Project, and improving on WinLink HF digital email gateways. Combine all this with Software Defined Radio and you have an a…
 
The Final Draft Great Conversations podcast is all about books, writing and literary culture. We're dedicated to exploring Australian writing, looking into the issues that drive our storytelling to discover more from the books you love. These are the stories that make us who we are. Siang Liu is the award-winning author of The Whitewash (UQP), and …
 
This episode features Laura Fields of The Delaware Valley Fields Foundation. Nothing ever stops in farming. In 2015 they started out with five ounces of Keystone Rosen Rye grain. Today there are over 400 acres that have been planted. This project was created for distillers to purchase direct from farmers. Currently, there are nine farming partners …
 
Ted Robinson, K1QAR, was a speaker in the last QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo on the subject of magnetic loop antennas, especially in noisy urban areas, HOAs, and urban lots. Ted has a long ham radio history, a love of surfing, aviation, restoring Collins Equipment, and now expertise in the construction and use of high power magnetic loop antennas. K1Q…
 
This episode features Stephen, Karen and Steve Zolnay of Invertase Brewing Company. When Stephen was 14 he bought his dad a homebrew kit for Father's Day. Their first collaboration as father and son was a terrible pale ale that they made on the kitchen stove. That beginning experience got them hooked on making beer together. They graduated into mak…
 
Join hosts Veronica and Darren for a blockbuster episode featuring an in depth interview with astounding crime writer Chris Hammer who chats about his latest release, The Tilt. A Reader's Cafe featuring some live reporting from a writer's festival, discussions about what makes someone a feral and why fairy bread is so good, a super fun Writer's Lou…
 
Michael Fluegemann, KE8AQW, is a next generation ham, active on HF and CW. Michael is an engineer at Ford, likes the Long Island CW Club, and made a training video on the popular Morserino Arduino training device on this YouTube channel. KE8AQW provides some insight into how we might attract the next generation of hams in this QSO Today.…
 
We are floating along in the universe between the horizon and the stars after an epic inundation in Allen C. Jones' novel, 'Her Death Was Also Water'.'The Stranger' is what every closed patriarchal community needs and Katherine Hore has written a whip-cracking, smart feminist Western.By Allen C. Jones with David McLean and Katherine Hore with Jan Goldsmith
 
This episode features Philip Search and Don Benedetto of Canary Cocktails and Spirits. Philip has been in the beverage industry for a long time. He's been involved with the coffee industry, managing bars and restaurants and helping to set up bar programs. When Covid hit and impacted the bars in the area he was more then ready to roll up his sleeves…
 
A true innovator in education, Jorge Valenzuela sits down with us to talk about what it’s like to be an advocate for educators and students and being a part of action research in schools, helping to shape the future of effective instruction in a variety of ways. From research-based STEM strategies to lessons learned from his daily work in computer …
 
I had a pretty terrific stay down the Snowy Mountains last weekend and amongst some spectacular views, incredible animal spotting and good times with mates it also got me thinking about my reading. One book in particular sprang to mind, but before I get to that I wanted to reflect on this whole reading thing we do and why I love spending so much ti…
 
Hayden Honeywood, VK7HH, is a Ham Radio YouTuber, with an interest in VHF, UHF, and microwave amateur operations using multiple modes including WSPR. Hayden operates a remotely controlled station, as well as maintains the repeater network that serves his island State of Tasmania, Australia. VK7HH shares his knowledge, expertise, and his ham radio s…
 
The Final Draft Great Conversations podcast is all about books, writing and literary culture. We're dedicated to exploring Australian writing, looking into the issues that drive our storytelling to discover more from the books you love. These are the stories that make us who we are. Today I’m joined on the show by Sulari Gentil. In her new novel Th…
 
When a feisty Palestinian girl befriends a Zionist the consequences are dire in The Olive Tree by Miariam El Houli.(Dean Publishing)The centrality of cricket to the well being of not just individuals but society in general is at the heart of Inga Simpson's novel, 'Willowman'. (Hachette)By Mariam El Houli with Jan Goldsmith and Inga Simpson with David McLean
 
This episode features Chris Demars, Randy Litwin and Jenn Litwin of Spring House Spirits. Sixty years ago Chris's grandmother taught him how to distill spirits, make wine and brew beer. Chris worked as a nuclear engineer which is kind of like being a distiller. He longed to come back to the family farm and get back to his distilling roots. He pays …
 
“The day my daughter went missing, we were at war” Abbie isn’t a bad mum. Like so many parents she is exhausted, overworked, trying her best when one day someone takes advantage and steals her daughter Sarah from a busy street market. Six years later and Abbie has another life. She can never move on from that tragic day but she is trying. That is u…
 
Lee Finkel, KY7M, honed his operating skills passing CW messages for the Nation Traffic System in the 60s. His membership in the with Central Arizona DX Association, after moving to Phoenix from Chicago, led KY7M to an interest in DX, DXpeditions to West Africa, and contesting. Lee is now a trustee of the NA7TB Milt Jensen N5IA Memorial Station, a …
 
The Final Draft Great Conversations podcast is all about books, writing and literary culture. We're dedicated to exploring Australian writing, looking into the issues that drive our storytelling to discover more from the books you love. These are the stories that make us who we are. Today we're joined on the show by Paul Daley. Paul is a Walkley Aw…
 
Alex Miller explores those inner voices that sustain us in his latest novel, 'A Brief Affair' where Fran learns of the person who previously occupied her office when it was an asylum cell. A lost notebook speaks of a life nearly lost but brought to life again.‘Nothing Bad Ever Happens Here’ is deeply personal collection filled with reflections on l…
 
The Final Draft Great Conversations podcast is all about books, writing and literary culture. We're dedicated to exploring Australian writing, looking into the issues that drive our storytelling to discover more from the books you love. These are the stories that make us who we are. Today I’m joined on the show by Maryam Master. Maryam is a screenw…
 
This episode features Matt Serra of Kenwood Original. Matt was working for Victory Brewing when the seed for a light beer option was planted. Looking at the craft beer landscape he believed there was void for a light beer. The idea for a Philly brand was born. His experience in sales and marketing is helping to launch a light beer that is packed wi…
 
I have been having a tremendous amount of fun with my reading lately. It’s a necessary evil of what I do that there’s often more than one book on the go and while this presents some challenges in keeping it all straight in my head, it also means that I can lean into the book that most fits my mood on the day. Today I’m going rom-com because after f…
 
Join hosts Veronica and Darren for another jam packed episode as they chat about a naughty bird that turns into a heavy metal book, the spritiual insights that can be garnered from ice cold waters, why books are possibly the greatest passports of all, a Reader's Café featuring great new book releases, a Writer's Lounge with special guest Naomi Ship…
 
David Trachtenberg, N4WWL’s ham radio journey started with shortwave listening as a young teen growing up on the East Coast, and once licensed, matured to operating Air Force MARS in the service of his hobby and country. David appreciates the variety of new equipment and technology as well as making new friends on the air. N4WWL is my QSO Today.…
 
The Final Draft Great Conversations podcast is all about books, writing and literary culture. We're dedicated to exploring Australian writing, looking into the issues that drive our storytelling to discover more from the books you love. These are the stories that make us who we are. Holden Sheppard’s debut novel Invisible Boys was an absolute sensa…
 
Angela Meyer is an author, book industry professional and teacher of writing and publishing. Her debut novel A Superior Specter was met with critical acclaim garnering a slew of prize shortlists including the Aurealis Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. Now if you haven’t discovered Angela’s writing yet, let me tell you she has an incredible powe…
 
Sean Wilson’s novel, ‘Gemini Falls’, is set in the Great Depression era of the 1930’s where a murder has been committed. Thirteen year old Morris and his friends investigate going behind the scenes where his detective father cannot go, discovering parts of the family history as well as who perpetrated the crime. Brooke has many anxieties about her …
 
This episode features Mead Maker Allen Martin. About five years ago Allen went to a beer bottle share with his wife. He met Carver Wilson who Allen considers to be "The Home Mead Making Extraordinaire". Up until that time Allen had never tried mead. After twenty minutes of enjoying the mead, Alan proclaimed, "that he was going to start making this …
 
The Final Draft Great Conversations podcast is all about books, writing and literary culture. We're dedicated to exploring Australian writing, looking into the issues that drive our storytelling to discover more from the books you love. These are the stories that make us who we are. Tom Taylor is an award-winning author who has written for Suicide …
 
Murray Greenman, ZL1BPU, now a silent key, was my guest in Episode 71 more than 5 years ago. Murray was famous in amateur circles for the development of many popular digital modes. I spoke to Murray over Skype from his home in New Zealand. The body of Murray’s work, spanning over 20 years, includes a book, Digital Modes For All Occasions, and on-li…
 
Today I have brought in something evocative and troubling. A novel that exposes the wounds of the past and reminds us these scars are only ever held just below the surface. Eliza Henry-Jones’ Salt and Skin Luda has arrived with her children Darcy and Min, to the storm-bruised islands of northern Scotland. The family have fled Australia in a storm o…
 
Philip Salom challenges us to re-evaluate notions of identity in an age where algorithms predominate in his latest work, ‘Sweeney and the Bicycles’.Three sisters are aware of their frailties, addictions and bossiness, but will they reconnect if they could control or even value these characteristics in each other, in Peggy Frew’s ‘Wildflowers’.…
 
This episode features Todd Collins and Alan Pfizenmayer of HMK Insurance. HMK Insurance is located in Bethlehem, PA. The inception goes all of the way back to 1914. In the mid 1990's they began to focus their attention on craft beverages. Tim Kurtz brought on a few local breweries. Today they have clients spread out across the United States. As ins…
 
When you engage in acts of kindness and generosity, or even witness this in others, you get a physiological boost. Science proves it. This research inspires the work of educator, social-emotional learning expert and author of From Burnt Out to Fired Up, Morgane Michael. “Together we can bust this culture of anxiety and stress by being kind to one a…
 
Art Bell, W6OBB, now a silent key, was my guest on Episode 85, in March of 2016 and the interview that follows is the remastered version. Art was a very active ham from his QTH in Pahrump, Nevada, and his 160 meter Rhombic antennas were legendary. He was also one of the most popular late night talk radio hosts for over 30 years, syndicated nationwi…
 
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