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Sibling Revelry explores the sibling bond, family dynamics, the human mind, and so much more. Kate and Oliver dive deep into the things that interest them and talk to other siblings in a free-formed, wide open, relaxed conversation to not only have some laughs, but to maybe inspire some people along the way with universal tales of what it’s like to grow up with brothers and sisters.
 
Working fathers and long-time friends take an honest, unfiltered look at what it’s like to be a father, a son and a brother navigating the world today. Buck and Hudson, along with a variety of famous friends, hilariously share personal stories and candid conversations exploring everything from raising kids and parenting to balancing work and home responsibilities to their hobbies, sports, Dad bods, sex, and marriage. Presented by Cavalry Audio and iHeartRadio
 
The Hudson Mohawk Magazine is a locally-produced nightly news hour that provides sanctuary for the discussion of a wide range of topics, scaling from the global to the hyper-local. The show is broadcast on WOOC 105.3 FM, The Sanctuary for Independent Media's low-power radio station based in Troy, NY. With the support of people like you, the Sanctuary uses art and participatory action to promote social and environmental justice and freedom of creative expression.
 
The Bulimia Sucks! Podcast is a platform for people to share healthy conversations which are relatable, uplifting and inspiring based on bulimia and anorexia and other eating disorders. With real stories from people who are suffering or have suffered an eating disorder. Episodes include their personal stories of where they are now, their difficult journeys and steps taken into recovering from their eating disorder. Plus interviews with top experts in eating disorders sharing insightful infor ...
 
Murder in the Hudson Valley looks into notorious homicide cases from around the region. Award-winning author and historian Linda Zimmermann, and author and police sergeant Michael Worden follow the case from the moment the crime scene is discovered, up to the final verdict. They will discuss the suspects, evidence, forensic techniques, and legal battles used to identify and convict the guilty. Catch the show Tuesdays at 6pm eastern on HudsonRiverRadio.com.
 
Founded in 1961 by strategist Herman Kahn, Hudson Institute challenges conventional thinking and helps manage strategic transitions to the future through interdisciplinary studies in defense, international relations, economics, health care, technology, culture, and law. Hudson seeks to guide public policy makers and global leaders in government and business through a vigorous program of publications, conferences, policy briefings, and recommendations.
 
Hudson traveled to Patagonia to study the birds, but shortly upon arrival accidentally shot himself in the knee, requiring a lengthy period of idleness to recover, hence the title of the book. It's not just a work of ornithology, but a personal memoir of the people and natural history of Patagonia. - Summary by Kevin Davidson
 
The Hudsons is a British audio drama series, created by Jamie Dyer. It follows the lives of married couple Helen and Harry, as they embark on the adventure that is everyday life. The series stars Jamie Dyer and Jane Grandle, with Pete Lutz in the announcer role.
 
Keith and Mary Hudson are a dynamic couple who have been ministering together for the past 35 years. They travel throughout the USA and the world encouraging people through preaching and the prophetic to reach for a deeper relationship with the Lord. Based out of Orange County, CA, Keith and Mary are under the covering of Free Chapel OC with Pastor Jentezen Franklin.
 
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Guest: Anna Wolf In today's music segment we feature South African born, London-based musician Anna Wolf. Born in Pretoria, she signed her first record deal at a very young age, and released her 2013 debut album, The Dark Horse, under the moniker, Tailor. She's a four-time SAMA nominee, with her first three albums receiving nominations. Wolf has no…
 
In this warm inspiring chat Chiropractor, Natalie Robertson who has joined Kate previously on Bulimia Sucks in episode 39 to share her journey having suffered for 20 years with anorexia and bulimia. Shares her insight into working for 16 years as a chiropractor and enlightening ways she helps her clients with eating disorders correct their posture …
 
New York Youth Climate Leaders and other groups are organizing a climate rally at the State Capitol in Albany on Friday, August 6 at 1:30 PM. A major focus is to get the state teachers' retirement fund to divest from fossil fuels. Miriam Eligberg discusses the rally with Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.…
 
DOWNLOAD KEYNOTE & NOTES One of the great challenges in life is dealing with circumstances in the present time that have roots in the past. Obviously, we are all products of our past. It’s important to separate out the negative and ungodly memories from the past and focus on the good. This is easy to say, but sometimes hard to do. Some people have …
 
0:00 - Intro Music Provided by Wheels 0:22 - The Hunt for Joralemon’s Lost Treasure 8:46 - Hole 1 - Olympics Quiz 15:24 - Hole 2 - Whipple City Classic 19:50 - Hole 3 - Quiz 46:55 - Questions for Ryan 54:50 - Sweet Up!โดย HVDG
 
It's another email episode! This week, Kate and Oliver share their favorite songs for anxiety free moments and discuss digital memories, how grief tests family bonds, advice for growing sibling relationships, and more. Executive Producers: Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson Produced by Allison Bresnick Edited by Josh Windisch Music by Mark Hudson This s…
 
A very special guest joins Joe & Ollie today...Joe’s hair Doc, Dr. Parsa Mohebi!! The trio talk all things hair for an episode that is equal parts entertaining and informative! For clips, bonus footage, & so much more: https://linktr.ee/daddyissuesbuckhudson Subscribe to the show page here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqBf3Z_93R8w9_6N97WnAw L…
 
Guest: Jackie Quail | Regional marketing manager of the Cape Town branch of SA Guide Dogs. The Guide Dog’s Association is celebrating with its first ever Virtual Pup Games. The Guide Dogs Association is a registered non-profit association which trains assistance dogs to help the visually impaired as well as the physically disabled and children on t…
 
Guest: Tony Healy Today we want to look at the issue of whether it is legal for employers to force their employees to be vaccinated against Covid-19. We know the president has said multiple times that nobody will be forced to be vaccinated – but the reality is that some workplaces are already considering making it a requirement for continued employ…
 
Guest: Renier van Deventer Vickie de Beer The second part of our food segment today has been much delayed by lockdown regulations, but now that alcohol sales are open again, we can finally tip you off about a new exploration of wine and cheese pairing that is happening at popular Franschhoek vineyard Leopards Leap. They’ve been in the kitchen playi…
 
Guest: Tessa Purdon | Food editor at Food24.Com Time for our weekly update from the team at Eat Out and Food 24 – the country’s biggest restaurant review and foodie platforms. Delighted as always to welcome Tessa Purdon who is the head of content for both sites. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Guest: Bianca Buitendag There were a lot of Olympic moments that had me choking up this weekend, especially the team’s welcome to gold medallist Tatjana Schoenmaker as she returned to the Olympic Village on Friday night. But another one came from much closer to home, as I watched surfers forming a guard of honour with their boards at George Airport…
 
The national Poor People's Campaign is marching and rallying across the country to halt voter suppression, end the Senate filibuster and raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. Rev. Molly Dowell Baum of First Presbyterian in Albany discusses the effort. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.…
 
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,We begin with Qiana Mickie, a member of the Civil Society Mechanism coordinating committee, who speaks with Mark Dunlea about corporate agribusiness domination and the need to hear from the voices of peasants, farmers, food and agriculture workersThen, on Reclaiming History, Lovonia brings us part 5--her favorit…
 
Civil society and Indigenous Peoples' Organization have launched a global counter-mobilization against the UN Food Systems Summit. Qiana Mickie, a member of the Civil Society Mechanism coordinating committee, discusses the concern about corporate agribusiness domination and the need to hear from the voices of peasants, farmers, food and agriculture…
 
HMM Producer Lizzy Kramer talks to Belinda Colon from the Arts Center of the Capital Region about the behind-the-scenes work in coordinating the public art we see around us and the importance of prioritizing the voices of local artists.โดย WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
In Part 5 of this episode Dr. Ashby discusses Queen Amanirenas Kandrake/ one of the Candance the Nubian warrior queens. Queen Amanirenas was the queen that defeated Roman Emperor Augustus as he attempted to invade, annex, and levy heavy taxes on the Nubians of the Meroitic Empire (Kush). Dr. Solange has been awarded a post-doctoral fellowship at UC…
 
HMM Producer Lizzy Kramer talks to Belinda Colon from the Arts Center of the Capital Region about the behind-the-scenes work in coordinating the public art we see around us and the importance of prioritizing the voices of local artistsโดย WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,We begin by speaking with Jen Metzger about the importance of energy efficient housing Then, for our Labor Segment we have a “Solidarity Notes” interview with Tom Ellis, Later on, we speak with Slava Rar, an environmentally focused Democrat, who was at Tonko TuesdayAfter that, we hear about what’s behind the cre…
 
In this week's Tonko Tuesday Update, Lukas Weber interviews Slava Rar, an environmentally focused Democrat who will be running against Paul Tonko next spring. Slava discusses his background in politics, the goals for his campaign, and more.โดย WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
Collard City Growers saw a surplus of food in their garden as a way to give back to the community that is located in a food desert. Neighbors in the immediate area can get a box of FREE produce brought to their house. Erin Johanns, one of the CCG Garden Coordinators told us more about the idea behind the CSA. Photo by Tara Bryan of an Uptown Summer…
 
More than 60 groups as Partners for Green Affordable Housing and Jobs are pushing President Biden and Congress to fund 4 million energy efficient homes in the next four years. We discuss this proposal with former State Senator Jen Metzger, now an advisor to New Yorkers for Clean Power. We need to decarbonize our housing to reduce greenhouse emissio…
 
Last Thursday of the month means it’s time to talk Style and Design with Bianca Resnekov. She’s standing by to reflect on quite a bit of Olympic design news, as well as a local exhibition worth checking out and reflections on a celebrity wedding. Olympic outfits See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Loubie Rusch who is a wild foods activist and forager, absolutely passionate about making the most of our plant heritage and tapping into its nutritional possibilities. She’s been working to promote indigenous edibles since 2010, when she first shifted from the landscaping industry to exploring local wild foods. She soon started cooking and bottlin…
 
Another great story to share with you today about an entrepreneur who has managed to not just survive the lockdown, but has diversified and grown his business against the odds. His name is Basil Williams and he is an agricultural entrepreneur whose business Herbal View Hydroponics grows fresh herbs. It started with a bit of shade netting in a corne…
 
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,We begin with coverage of the news conference where 122 groups urged DEC and the Cuomo administration to deny the permit renewal for the Norlite hazardous waste incinerator.Then, for our peace bucket, I talked to Larry Wittner about the escalating Cold War between the US and ChinaLater on, Yolissa Richardson dis…
 
The 2021 Uptown Summer Youth program started July 6th at the Sanctuary for Independent Media. Radio program mentors Sina Basila Hickey and Jody Cowan hosted a round table meeting with the incoming group as they discussed their relationships to radio. This is part 2 of 2โดย WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
HMM producer Anna Steltenkamp speaks with Lyla June for her podcast series, "Indigenous Voices at the Intersection of Environmental & Social Justice" (https://www.mediasanctuary.org/project/indigenous-voices-at-the-intersection-of-environmental-social-justice-podcast-series/). Lyla June is an Indigenous musician, scholar and community organizer of …
 
Prof. Larry Wittner discusses his recent Counterpunch Op Ed on Conflict or Cooperation in US - China Relations?, looking at Taiwan, Hong Kong, climate and nuclear weapons. With Mark Dunlea of Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.โดย WOOC 105.3 FM Troy
 
Lights Out Norlite and allies held a press conference on Wednesday, July 28th and delivered a letter signed by 122 organizations calling on DEC and the Cuomo Administration to deny the Norlite hazardous waste incinerator in Cohoes NY a renewal of their permits to pollute. We hear from Joe Ritchie, Lights Out Norlite; Patricia Sibilia, League of Wom…
 
Yolissa Richardson interviewed Dr. Alice Green for her series ‘Crowned.‘ Alice Green is a member of the board of directors of the New York State Defenders Association, founder of the African American Cultural Center of the Capital Region, and worked as a prison volunteer for over 20 years. This interview discussed the topics of recurring issues fac…
 
HMM Producer Lizzy Kramer discusses Creative Action Unlimited, an organization which performs plays about issues of social justice in the community, with the organization's founder and director Michael Kennedy. For more information on Creative Action Unlimited, see https://www.creativeactionunlimited.com/…
 
WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry started a new segment entitled "Solidarity Notes." In this part one labor segment, he will discuss various labor articles in the August issue of "Solidarity Notes" with Tom Ellis, Writer and Member of the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District. The "Solidarity Notes" segment will air on the 3rd or…
 
WOOC Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry started a new segment entitled "Solidarity Notes." In this part one labor segment, he will discuss various labor articles in the August issue of "Solidarity Notes" with Tom Ellis, Writer and Member of the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District. The "Solidarity Notes" segment will air on the 3rd or…
 
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