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CUZ I HAVE TO...when living your dream is the only option - with JULIE SLATER & JASON FRIDAY.
Hosts Julie Slater and Jason Friday welcome back pod regular guest Jaime Andrews...off the heels of writing/acting in/producing the film Division (streaming for purchase and rental now on Amazon, iTunes, and more)...she just appeared at Ghouls Day Out fest in Los Angeles (she was on the cover of My Chemical Romance's album "Life on the Murder Scene" nearly 20 years ago (album photo here)/this is a fan event for that album)...Jaime also has big news about getting her new memoir published... Jaime is an actress/writer/producer...besides the film Division, she has put on the stage production about her life called Cookie and the Monster, you've seen her on TV including the shows World's Dumbest, Good Girls Revolt, recently in an episode of Chicago Fire…and films, too, including: the Sylvester Stallone film Samaritan, Gerard Butler film Greenland…some Baby Genius films…and we love to mention that great Wirlpool commercial…as well as the zero out of five improv group with Julie in NYC called Scrambled Eggs. Find her on instagram @jmendrews and http://www.jaimeandrews.com/. We chatted about what in the world Ghouls Day Out fest in LA is...how My Chemical Romance fans wanted to pay for her autograph and photos...the Taylor Swift of the Emo world...murder conspiracies around the album...Thousandth Bullet Theory...why other bands album cover people don't do this...how Jaime will probably charge us to stay with us...how her movie Division has been out for three months...how Jaime has been constantly working on other creative things...she talks about her new book about her time growing up - called the Brink...and how it's being published soon...her husband Curt designed Jaime's book cover and the movie poster for Division...book should be out in October...how she is already working on another book...the joys of sleeping and sitting with tea...how Jaime uses ya'll all the time since moving to Atlanta...she's also writing another true crime screenplay...and is God sending lightening bolts for Jaime to see her favorite bands? lol It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere...find out (1) which thing terrifies Jaime more: cooking/cleaning, not being able to buy second-hand thrift designer clothes, eating/drinking cold things (2) what is one thing during this trip that made her laugh/roll her eyes because it was such an LA thing (3) her fav tragic/gut-wrenching song (4) the one vape flavor she'd stick with for the rest of her life (5) what she hopes her new memoir will do for those who read it (6) BONUS QUESTION: advice for her mama who is getting re-married in June. (Jaime was on previous Episodes 006, 035, 097, 102.) Follow @cuzihavetopodcast on Instagram for all the latest news. We'd love to hear from you - email us at email@example.com. Find other episodes or leave us a voice message for the show on the anchor website. Thanks for tuning in! Keep on living those dreams, friends, CUZ YOU HAVE TO!! - jULIE AND jASON --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cuzihaveto/message
This week we will look at one of the great mysteries of German medieval history, how Lübeck could become the second largest City in the Holy Roman empire within just 100 years from its foundation. Lübeck lies on a small river, the Trave that goes into a small Sea, the Baltic. Not only is the Baltic comparatively small, the peoples who live on its shores are no slouches. They have been famed for travelling as far south as Constantinople and as far north as Greenland for centuries. So how did the future capital of the Hanseatic League manage to grow so fast? We will go through the different theories and maybe we can find out…The music for the show is Flute Sonata in E-flat major, H.545 by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach (or some claim it as BWV 1031 Johann Sebastian Bach) performed and arranged by Michel Rondeau under Common Creative Licence 3.0.As always:Homepage with maps, photos, transcripts and blog: www.historyofthegermans.comFacebook: @HOTGPod Twitter: @germanshistoryInstagram: history_of_the_germansReddit: u/historyofthegermansPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/Historyofthegermans
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This week on On Story we're joined by director Ric Roman Waugh for a post-screening deep dive into his newest action thriller, Kandahar. Formerly an actor and stuntman who appeared in countless films, including Universal Soldier, The Last of the Mohicans, and Lethal Weapon 2, Waugh is certainly no stranger to action. Now known for his work as a writer, producer, and director, Waugh utilizes his background in stunt work to create many of today's leading thrillers, such as Felon, Snitch, Shot Caller, and Angel Has Fallen, serving on all as writer and director. Recently in 2020, Waugh directed Greenland, a disaster thriller starring Waugh's frequent collaborator, Gerard Butler, which follows the story of John Garrity, who must save the United States from imminent destruction by a comet. Waugh's newest action thriller, Kandahar, was written by former U.S. Military Intelligence Officer Mitchell La Fortune, and follows the journey of undercover CIA operative Tom Harris, who along with his translator must flee hostile territory in Afghanistan after their covert mission is exposed. Both starring and produced by Gerard Butler, the film is based on LaFortune's own experience serving in Afghanistan during the 2013 Snowden leaks. Never short on suspense or excitement, Kandahar is a high-stakes race against time, set against the complex political background of the War on Terror. So sit back - or, well more likely on the edge of your seat - as Barbara Morgan sits down with director Ric Roman Waugh to talk all things Kandahar. Clips of Kandahar courtesy of Open Road Films.
Andy & Matt ramble on about anything and everything, from sailing in Greenland to DJ'ing in the turntable era and most things in between. Andy was able to catch up with Matt right before he left for the 2023 Ocean Research Project expedition to Greenland the very next day. Matt is always an interesting guest and this episode is no exception. To support Matt's mission and follow his expedition north to Greenland, head over to Ocean Research Project. Don't miss this year's Seam'nship Workshop at the 2023 Annapolis Sailboat Show in October. Register now at 59-north.com/seamnship -- If you liked this conversation you'll LOVE The QUARTERDECK, 59 North's 'deep dives on the art of seamanship.' Join our interactive community and get involved in the conversation at quarterdeck.59-north.com. First two weeks FREE, then multiple pricing options thereafter. -- ON THE WIND is presented by Forbes Horton Yachts. Get in touch with Forbes today about buying or selling a boat. The show is also presented by Blu3, makers of compact shallow-water tankless diving systems.
Presents evidence of early Norse settlement in Greenland and North America• Explores in depth how Greenland and its surroundings were inhabited for nearly 5 centuries by two Nordic colonies, Vestri-bygd and Eystri-bygd• Shares extensive evidence from the still-living indigenous oral tradition of the Far North as well as surviving sculptural art to show how the Vikings and the Inuit formed a harmonious community• Examines ancient maps and other cartography, such as the 15th-century Martin Behaim globe, as well as explorers' records of their voyagesSharing his extensive and meticulous research, Jacques Privat reveals that the Vikings were in Greenland, its neighboring islands, and the eastern shores of Canada long before Columbus. He examines in depth how Greenland and its surroundings were inhabited for nearly five centuries by two Nordic colonies, Vestribygð and Eystribygð, which disappeared mysteriously: one in 1342 and the other in the 16th century. Drawing on the still-living indigenous oral tradition of the Far North, as well as surviving sculptural art carvings, he shows how, far from being constantly at odds with the native population, the Norsemen and the Inuit formed a harmonious community. He reveals how this friendly Inuit-Viking relationship encouraged the Scandinavian settlers to forsake Christianity and return to their pagan roots.Working with ancient European maps and other cartography, such as the 15th-century Martin Behaim globe, as well as explorers' records of their voyages, the author examines the English, Irish, German, Danish, Flemish, and Portuguese presence in the Far North. He explores how Portugal dominated many seas and produced the first correct cartography of Greenland as an island. He also reveals how Portugal may have been behind the disappearance of the Vikings in Greenland by enslaving them for their European plantations.Dispelling once and for all the theories that the Inuit were responsible for the failure of the Scandinavian colonies of the Far North, the author reveals how, ultimately, the Church opted to cut all ties with the settlements—rather than publicize that a formerly Christian people had become pagan again. When the lands of the Far North were officially “discovered” after the Middle Ages, the Norse colonies had vanished, leaving behind only legends and mysterious ruins.Jacques Privat holds a Ph.D. from the Sorbonne and works as a translator of Scandinavian languages. In addition to his degrees from the Sorbonne and the Arctic Center of Paris, he has studied at INALCO in Paris, the Greenland Art School, and the Institut for Eskimologi in Copenhagen, Denmark. He lives in Paris.
Renown waterfowl photographer Gary Kramer is back with lots of amazing new stories gleaned while putting together his legendary Waterfowl of the World and beyond. He takes us 'round-the-world, covering recent bucket-list trips like Antartica penguin watching and Greenland king eider hunting, as well as photo safariing India wild tigers, Morocco red-crested pochards and ever-elusive masked ducks. Bringing it home, he describes balancing photographing with shotgunning and how both have shaped his understanding of waterfowl. Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Ducks Unlimited https://www.ducks.org Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell firstname.lastname@example.org
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Since the Industrial Revolution nearly 150 years ago, global average temperatures have increased by more than 1 degree C (1.9 degrees F), with the majority of that warming occurring since 1975. But during these recent decades of accelerated warming, temperatures in the arctic (latitudes above 66 degrees north) have have been rising even faster - nearly four times faster than the average global rate. The most readily observable impact of such intensive localized warming has been the rapid melting of the Greenland ice sheet, which is significant enough to be turning heads of even stalwart climate skeptics. But a less discussed (and perhaps even more dangerous) positive feedback to the warming planet is the rate at which permafrost is melting due to the quickly elevating arctic temperatures.Dr. Susan Natali, Arctic Program Director and senior scientist at the Woodwell Climate Research Center, sat down with Climate Now to teach us about permafrost: what it is, why it is disappearing, and the potentially drastic - and so far barely accounted for - impact it can have on greenhouse gas emissions. Listen to find out why tackling decreasing global greenhouse gas emissions as fast as possible is likely even more urgent than we thought.Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.Contact us at email@example.comVisit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode.
This week we talk about the action packed adventure in Greenland, the epic-ness of Vanna, the never ending saga of Carly vs Nina, the exit of Lexi Ainsworth, answer your questions about our faves from other soaps and more. 7:40 Recap and Reactions 16:53 Performer of the Week 22:25 What's Working For You31:46 What's Not Working For You 58:22 Other Soap Talk1:13:40 Hot Takes 1:31:25 Preview for Next Week
General Hospital - The 10th Floor
What a week! Matt and Kat are back and the action was packed as our heroes battled it out in Greenland! The adventure was thick, as was the tension as Willow collapsed and is on her deathbed. Kind of a two story week. Scotty is chloroformed, Jordan gives the WSB a run for their money, Frisco is replaced! Valentin sees Helena! All this and maybe more on the 10th Floor!
Many men and women join the military to travel the world. Lake Lyles did just that. Originally from Chicago, he retired from the Air Force after 24 years of service in which he served as a Security Forces Superintendant and a Military Training Instructor. He spent time in many locations, such as Greenland or as he referred to it, the North Pole, the middle east, around the United States, and all over South America, picking up a second language along the way. He spent some time as an exclusive event planner and is starting a new career as a Flight Attendant.
A Table at the Tan-O: Conversations About the World of General Hospital
The Greenland Chamber of Commerce cannot be happy. Raise your hand if you're hoping the WSB drones show up and drop a bomb on this crowded little iceberg. Raise your hand if you feel like an idiot for talking about WSB drones. How about we pile everyone onto the Haunted Star and let Greenland have its island and its dignity back. And while we're at it, we can restore Liesl's sense of humor, save Willow, and watch Nina's life unravel. There's plenty of drama right in Port Charles. And maybe in Nixon Falls. Which is where Nina can disappear to when she realizes she has no friends. #generalhospital #generalhospitalpodcast #gh #atableatthetano #mauricebenard #kellythiebaud #maurawest #delirious #tshirtgiveaway #barshampoo #daydrinkingwithsethmeyers #hillstreetblues #kinshriner #saveava #nicholaschavez #savediane #stonewallkitchen #hallandoates #superstore #freaksandgeeks #waitingonafriend #memyselfi #freefallin #whosgonnarideyourwildhorses #maneater #whippingpost #colonoscopy #takethenap #alleymills #billylibby #chickadee #fortgorgeous #daydrinkingwithsethandlizzo #marcuscoloma #useastaplegun #riptwitch #ripepiphany #ripsonyaeddy #waywardchickadee #barshampoo #ripmiffy #lovedogs #justinebateman #brookeshields #neilgaiman #dnice #cq #deborahcox #malcolmjamalwarner
The Arctic and the Antarctic are privileged locations for observers interested in understanding how our world is shaped by the forces of nature and the workings of history. These areas have inspired countless humans to undertake epic expeditions of discov
The coronation of Charles III marks the end of an era. Although Charles will take an oath to follow God's law in the pattern of Athelstan, that is not the direction set anymore to this post Christian country. We take a moment to appreciate what God did for England over 1,000 years.--This program includes---1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -The Apostle of Greenland, Vermont promotes euthanasia tourism, 120,000 Peruvians march for life---2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
Sail the East Coast Fjords of Greenland Come explore the rarely visited East Coast of Greenland for a unique polar experience! While sailing through the world's largest fjord system, you will get to explore the epic grandeur by foot and kayak, so you can get up close to the amazing landscape filled with mountains, glaciers, icebergs and maybe even a polar bear or two! People visit Greenland for the natural beauty, the wildlife and sometimes the chance to see the Northern Lights. Our guest today, sailed on Hurtugruten's MS Fram, the same ship I went to Antarctica on. When you are not out on landings, there is always plenty to do on board. Find out why Jim's Greenland Expedition is now his wife's most favorite trip EVER on today's show! COMPLETE SHOW NOTES See important links for planning your adventure, photos and more cool info about a Greenland East Coast Expedition. To learn more about this tour, visit Hurtigruten (and please use my link. You will be helping to support the program at no additional cost to you - thanks!). Get FREE Travel Planners for ATA adventures (and each month you will get an email from Kit with links to all future Travel Planners (no spam promise!). Get the monthly newsletter here. CONTACT KIT Resources Promo Codes and Recommended Tour Companies Travel Insurance: Quickly and easily compare rates and policies from different companies Buy Me a Beer Want to support the program? You can always buy me a coffee or beer - thanks! Amazon Kit's Picks Please use my Amazon link to access your Amazon account. Even if you don't purchase any of my recommendations, I get credit for anything you DO purchase - at no additional cost to you, you'll be helping to support the show and keeping it AD FREE:) SUBSCRIBE to the Adventure Travel Show (the “How to's of adventure travel) SUBSCRIBE to Active Travel Adventures (fantastic adventure destinations) Join the Active Travel Adventures Facebook Group Follow ATA on Twitter Follow ATA on Instagram Follow ATA on Pinterest
It's Thursday, May 4th, A.D. 2023. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Jonathan Clark Christian college student killed in Uganda over his evangelism A Christian college student was killed in Uganda last month for sharing the gospel with Muslims. Jeremiah Mwanga was attending the Uganda Christian School of Professionals in northern Uganda. His friend told Morning Star News, “Jeremiah complained about messages from one of the students threatening to kill him for misleading Muslims by preaching to them the gospel of Christ as well as converting them to the Christian faith in the school.” The attack is the latest incident of persecution reported in the East African country. 120,000 Peruvians march for life Nearly, 120,000 people participated in a pro-life march last month in Peru. Abortion is illegal in most cases in Peru. By contrast, other South American countries like Argentina and Colombia have been legalizing the murder of unborn babies in recent years. Most of Peru's population identifies as Christian with 76% in the Catholic church and 14% identifying as Protestant. Chicago City Council pays $205,000 settlement to evangelists After years of litigation, the Chicago City Council finally agreed to a $205,000 settlement with four Christian evangelists two weeks ago. Back in 2018, security at Chicago's 24-acre Millennium Park prohibited four Wheaton College students with the Chicago Evangelism Team from sharing their faith at the park. The students filed a lawsuit in response. The case eventually led Chicago to rewrite its rules for Millennium Park, allowing more freedom for evangelists to preach and hand out literature. Multiple students in the case told World Magazine that they plan to put the money they received from the settlement into ministry. Jeremy Chong said, “I made a personal vow that I wouldn't keep a penny of it, and that I would use it all for the sake of the Gospel. My number one desire is to plant a Reformed church in Chicago.” Vermont promotes euthanasia tourism On Tuesday, Vermont became the first state to remove the residency requirement from its euthanasia law. Now, terminally ill people from out-of-state can come to Vermont to end their lives. Currently, 10 states allow medically-assisted suicide. Mary Hahn Beerworth with Vermont Right to Life said, “To be clear, [we] opposed the underlying concept behind assisted suicide and opposed the move to remove the residency requirement as there are still no safeguards that protect vulnerable patients from coercion.” Isaiah 59:7 says, “Their feet run to evil, and they make haste to shed innocent blood; their thoughts are thoughts of iniquity; wasting and destruction are in their paths.” Kansas: Your born sex is your sex Meanwhile, Kansas became the first state to define a person's sex as the biological sex at their birth. Lawmakers in the state passed the law last week, overriding a veto from Democratic Governor Laura Kelly. The law would respect God's distinction between male and female in restrooms, sports programs, locker rooms, prisons, and domestic violence shelters. Presbyterian Church (USA) lost 100 congregations last year The Presbyterian Church (USA) continued its decline last year, according to its latest statistics. The mainline Protestant denomination lost over 100 congregations and over 53,000 members last year. The PCUSA now has 1.140 million members, down from 2.5 million in 2000. A spokesperson for the denomination said their challenge is to “Look for new ways to engage and welcome young people into the fold. . . . We need to remind them that Jesus Christ is still in our midst and that means finding new, innovative ways to be church.” Apparently such innovations have included the denomination's support for abortion and sexually perverted lifestyles. Revelation 2:5 says, “Remember therefore from where you have fallen; repent, and do the works you did at first. If not, I will come to you and remove your lampstand from its place, unless you repent.” Anniversary of the Apostle to Greenland And finally, this week is the anniversary of when Hans Egede set sail for Greenland to bring the Gospel to the Inuit people. Hans left Norway with his wife and four children in early May 1721. He established a mission on the island and began learning the language of the local people. The work was difficult and lonely. Hans and his sons, along with other missionaries, went along the coast of Greenland spreading the Bible to the Inuit people. Their work led to several mission and trading stations, books, maps, and the first dictionary of Greenlandic language. Hans' wife died on the mission field in 1734, and he returned to Denmark the next year. His son, Paul, carried on the work. By 1744, Paul had produced a translation of the four Gospels. By 1766, the whole Testament was translated. Hans Egede is known as the Apostle of Greenland for his work. He also founded the island's capital Godthåb, now called Nuuk. To this day, Greenland is predominantly Christian with over 95% of the population identifying as Protestant. Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Thursday, May 4th in the year of our Lord 2023. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
As we see an increasing number of culturally diverse patients in our US-based practices or on the mission field, our understanding of cultural influences in healthcare and our own biases is essential. How can we develop an eye to see where a patient’s values and worldview may differ from our own? We will review an approach to cultural humility highlighted by medical missions case studies. Presentation Slides: https://bit.ly/gmhc2022_davidnarita_culturalhumility
You are about to journey to Greenland in the late 21st century. Now under the rule of a united Britain and Scandinavia, the colonists on the island are worked to death to extract resources for their imperial overlords. When a major energy project ends in catastrophe, you are sent to investigate. You discover something far worse than any natural disaster. Written and Produced by Kevin Valbonesi Listen to the bonus track on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/depths-of-thule-74083400 #AudioDrama #AudioFiction #SienceFiction #scifi #fiction #AlternateHistory #SpeculativeFiction #multiverse #TimeTravel #horror #fantasy #FightingFantasy #roleplaying #rpg #game #weird #HistoryPodcast #TwilightZone #TwilightHistory #cthulhu #lovecraft #horror #greenland #arctic #winter
A Table at the Tan-O: Conversations About the World of General Hospital
Oh boy. Our hapless friends are descending upon Greenland, and it's...not good. You could blow up the island with all of the explosives in Sonny's warehouse, but the Victor story is already bombing. Scotty should thank Holly for knocking him out. But nice to see Andre! #generalhospital #generalhospitalpodcast #gh #atableatthetano #mauricebenard #kellythiebaud #maurawest #delirious #tshirtgiveaway #barshampoo #daydrinkingwithsethmeyers #hillstreetblues #kinshriner #saveava #nicholaschavez #savediane #stonewallkitchen #hallandoates #superstore #freaksandgeeks #waitingonafriend #memyselfi #freefallin #whosgonnarideyourwildhorses #maneater #whippingpost #colonoscopy #takethenap #alleymills #billylibby #chickadee #fortgorgeous #daydrinkingwithsethandlizzo #marcuscoloma #useastaplegun #riptwitch #ripepiphany #ripsonyaeddy #waywardchickadee #barshampoo #ripmiffy #lovedogs #justinebateman #brookeshields #neilgaiman #dnice #cq #deborahcox #malcolmjamalwarner
The 2023 Annual Spring Meeting of the ABA Antitrust Law Section offered the Our Curious Amalgam team a chance to speak with international competition law enforcers from around the world. What are their enforcement priorities, what trends do they see on the horizon, and what should advocates with matters before their agencies do to be most effective? Discover the answers to these questions in this episode and other episodes in this special series of interviews recorded live at the Spring Meeting. And as a bonus, listeners will also get to know our distinguished guests a little better on a personal level. With special guests: Kristina Nordby, Head of the Board, Greenlandic Consumer and Competition Authority Gegham Gevorgyan, Chairman, Armenian Commission for the Protection of Competition Kārlis Piģēns, Council Member, Competition Council of Latvia Related Links: Greenlandic Consumer and Competition Authority Armenian Competition Protection Commission Competition Council of the Republic of Latvia Hosted by: Matt Michaloski, Kayla Odom, and Alicia Downey
General Hospital - The 10th Floor
Matt and Kat are back and Millow get married while the Port Charles militia charges into Greenland! Victor gets closer to victory while the SEC investigates Crew! Dex plants a camera and Sonny covers Drew's tracks! All this and more on the 10th Floor!
Like the prophet Elijah in the Old Testament, many times we as followers of Jesus who seek to make His name known, find ourselves crying out to God “I have had enough Lord”. Learning how to find God in our trials and to trust His loving faithfulness to refine us is a necessary part of our journey. Though sometimes difficult to share openly, the failures, disappointments, and hard times are important in the life of a global worker. Most often, just as in Elijah’s life in I Kings 19, the beauty and majesty and power of God meet us in these times. Sharing from her personal journey in medical missions as a general surgeon in the Middle East and in Kenya, Dr. Carol Spears will explore ways from scripture to find hope and beauty in the desert experiences of missionary service. The scripture is I Kings 19
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What science bills passed the Kentucky Legislature this year? Rob Weber of the Kentucky Academy of Science explains. What's going to happen now that Kentucky is one of only four states that did NOT apply for a special grant from the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 to fight climate change? https://kentuckylantern.com/2023/04/20/kentucky-one-of-four-states-refusing-federal-money-to-plan-for-climate-change/ Then hear about declines in Alaskan crabs, an explosion in the population of Jonah's icefish, greenhouse emissions trends, record ice melting in Greenland and the Alps, and numerous climate disasters in 2022. Leslie Moise ends the show with a haunting poem about recent science events. ‘Bench Talk: The Week in Science' is a weekly program that airs on WFMP Louisville FORward Radio 106.5 FM (forwardradio.org) every Monday at 7:30 pm, Tuesday at 11:30 am, and Wednesday at 7:30 am. Visit our Facebook page for links to the articles discussed in this episode: https://www.facebook.com/pg/BenchTalkRadio/posts/?ref=page_internal
The Archaeology Channel - Audio News from Archaeologica
News items read by Laura Kennedy include: Hoard of Roman coins from period of turbulent civil wars unearthed in Tuscany (details) DNA analysis reveals genetic diversity and dynastic politics of massive ancient central Asian empire (details) Medieval Norse settlers of Greenland confirmed to have imported timber from North America (details) Mystery of Blackbeard's coal found not to be much of a mystery (details)