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There’s a story behind every great business. We started the podcast, Stories with Soul, to dive into the wins, lessons, and secrets behind the success of heavy hitting leaders, entrepreneurs, and artists in our community. Join host Jamey Ice and co-host Jimmy Williams every other Tuesday to unpack another great story behind Fort Worth’s favorite brands. Brought to you by 6th Ave Storytelling.
 
From the producers of Rebel Force Radio, BondCast is about James Bond and the 007 film franchise. Each month, hosts Jason Swank, Jimmy Mac and Jonathan Wilkins review a featured film from the vast James Bond catalog in order of release. From Dr No to Spectre and each film in between, the BondCast offers 007 discussion "Shaken not Slurred." Also, don't miss our James Bond Soundtrack review show "For Your EARS Only" hosted by Laird Malamed.
 
歡迎光臨這個平行宇宙, 我們將帶你進入時光旅行!回到1980年. 希望您是星期五晚上或是某個午後光臨我們這小店, 我會為您泡上一杯熱茶, 一起分享人生中的許多真實或虛妄.快樂與歡笑. 希望我們能為您帶來這30分鐘的寧靜. 有些事是需要時間累積才會懂得. 那時還小不懂這道理. 等長大了,懂了.但似乎有點晚. 聽眾來信:jameswind009@gmail.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/taipei_underground_radio/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/taipeiundergroundradio Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
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One new mix on the 15th of every month. Our back catalogue features mixes from....Michael James, Palin, Justin Culkin, Joey Nelson, Jamie Adams, Isaac Domenek, Luv*Jam, Joe Gabbitas, Jimmy D, Brett Sinclair, Marshan, Richard Rowell and Samson so far!
 
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Working Historians is a podcast series that showcases the work and careers of historians in a wide variety of career fields. We hope to introduce history students and the general public to the career paths available to people who study history, introduce and promote historians to students and the public, and showcase the work that historians do on a regular basis. Hosts Rob Denning and Jimmy Fennessy can be reached at workinghistorians@gmail.com.
 
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Dave is an old man and wants to castaway songs from existence, the death of albums, and the new My Morning Jacket and War on Drugs albums. Podcast links: Itunes: http://bit.ly/jdmixtapeitunes Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/ybwvcrcu Theme music composed by Ian Aielloעל ידי Dave Donahue, Jimmy Good
 
Hans Zimmer's first-ever James Bond soundtrack is here and BondCast is back to provide a full review. We listen to tracks and break down all the action, including the Billie Eilish title track. Plus, we reveal the all the audio easter eggs that tie this soundtrack back to On Her Majesty's Secret Service and more.…
 
Taylor not only shares her story — from an accident that confirmed her passion for helping others to her journey back to health — she also provides a great definition for success. As a board-certified family nurse practitioner and family medicine practitioner, Taylor offers clients both a traditional and integrative approach to wellness. She shares…
 
We review the final film of the Daniel Craig era including the characters, cars, plot and Bond girls. Plus, all the twists and surprises, including the shocking conclusion. Expect strong opinions and debate as we share our first impressions of No Time To Die. Brought to you by Bond In Motion at the Petersen Auto Museum, the largest official Bond ve…
 
John Bertland is the Digital Librarian and Content Specialist for the Presidio Trust in San Francisco, California. In this episode, we discuss John’s academic and professional background, his work at the Presidio Trust, and we end with a story about mules. Recommendations Harwood P. Hinton and Jerry Thompson, Courage Above All Things: General John …
 
To go from a bartender at a chain restaurant to an executive chef and part owner of several creative concepts is no small feat. On this episode of Stories with Soul, Jamey and Jimmy sit down with Chef Stefon Rishel of Wishbone & Flynt to hear his journey. While Stefon is known now for his fun personality, it was his wife who helped him see that his…
 
Josh Weathers is a local musician and co-founder of the nonprofit, Love Like You Mean It. He joins Jamey and Jimmy in the studio to talk about how his father’s blessing gave him the freedom he needed to leave school and what led him to press pause at the height of his career. Josh shares the story how adopting their first daughter internationally l…
 
Kari is the founder of MELT Ice Creams and an ultrarunner who has run The Grand Canyon and Leadville. Kari joins her neighbors, Jamey and Jimmy, to share how traveling helped her realize Fort Worth was missing good local ice cream and her decision to fill that void. Kari shares about how both starting a business and getting to the next level someti…
 
Timothy Dalton's first film as James Bond was also the final 007 soundtrack by legendary composer John Barry. We review the soundtrack, including contributions by pop group A-Ha and The Pretenders. We listen closely to the fusion of synth with a traditional orchestra and the classical influences Barry incorporated in this action-packed score. Look …
 
Jamey Ice and Jimmy Williams are best friends, entrepreneurs, and now the co-hosts of Stories with Soul. On each episode you’ll listen in on their conversations with Fort Worth leaders, artists, and business owners. In this prequel, Jamey and Jimmy interview each other, discussing their vision for the show, the origin of their friendship, and their…
 
Timothy Dalton makes his debut as James Bond in the 15th 007 film from EON Productions in THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS. BondCast is back to review the entire film. We breakdown Dalton's first film and discuss all the elements that make a Bond film a "Bond Film": The mission, the villains, the scenery, the women and more.…
 
It’s Constitution Day, and we are celebrating with a roundtable discussion of elections, protests, and the transfer of political power in the context of the Constitution of the United States by a panel of historians including Natalie Sweet, Ryan Tripp, and Joel Tscherne. Associate Dean Robert Denning hosts the presentation. Listeners can access thi…
 
Joe Flickinger teaches high school history outside Cincinnati, Ohio, and is the Vice President of the Green Township Historical Association. In this episode, Rob, Jimmy, and Joe discuss how to research and write local history, with examples from Joe’s writings on the Bridgetown Cemetery, suburbanization in Colerain Township, and the bicentennial of…
 
Encore presentation (and therefore outdated in just about every way): Jennifer Bryant is an instructor at SNHU and a preservation compliance officer with the Colorado State Historical Preservation Office. In this conversation, we talk about some aspects of the history of the American West, blindspots in history regarding violence against minority g…
 
Jennifer Bryant appeared in our third episode back in 2017, and in this episode Jimmy and Rob catch up with Jen to discuss her new job and then wander down a variety of historical footpaths to discuss environmental history, the American West, historical memory, and the future history to be written about the COVID-19 pandemic.…
 
Dr. Bob Irvine teaches history in the Master of Arts in History program at SNHU and is a consultant for Parc Resources in Oregon. In this episode, Dr. Irvine talks about his research and teaching interests, water reclamation projects in Kansas during the twentieth century, and the historical skills he uses in his job as a consultant.…
 
Bob Irvine teaches history in the Master of Arts program at Southern New Hampshire and is a consultant for Parc Resources in Eastern Oregon. In this episode we discuss what Bob has been up to since his last interview in 2017, including new projects in collaboration with Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest.…
 
Christopher Kline, an instructor and Learning Community Facilitator for Southern New Hampshire University, discusses his research and teaching interests, why the Whiskey Rebellion broke out in post-Revolutionary Pennsylvania, the evolution of his career, and advice for students looking to break into careers in history. Professor Kline has worked as…
 
Chris Kline is the Senior Manager for General Education at Western Governors University. In this episode, Rob, Jimmy, and Chris discuss Chris’s decision to start a doctoral program, the online student experience, the real estate market, the changing work habits that came with the COVID-19 pandemic, the January 6 Insurrection, the need for better ed…
 
We are back in the basement again, talking about some of our favorite Dylan songs. We also discuss Dinosaur Jr's new album Sweep It Into Space and their second album You're Living All Over Me Podcast links: Itunes: http://bit.ly/jdmixtapeitunes Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/ybwvcrcu Theme music composed by Ian Aiello…
 
Kate Schaefer teaches history at Southern New Hampshire University. In this episode, Kate discusses her research into female spies during the Irish Rebellion of 1916 and World War II. And then there is some chatter about the Sisters of Mercy and the CIA’s suggestions for disrupting Zoom meetings, kinda. This episode’s recommendations: Sarah Rose, D…
 
Season 1 lasted for four years, and then Rob put the podcast on hiatus because, I dunno, pandemic? Exhaustion? While searching for the meaning of life, he found his old chum Jimmy Fennessy on a remote mountaintop and the two decided to get the band back together and work on Season 2 of Working Historians, which will be bigger and better than ever b…
 
We talk about the the June 2021 Record Store Day releases, the Rock N Roll Hall of fame nominees, our post covid jukebox jams, and Dr. Dog's 2008 album Fate. Podcast links: Itunes: http://bit.ly/jdmixtapeitunes Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/ybwvcrcu Theme music composed by Ian Aielloעל ידי Dave Donahue, Jimmy Good
 
Welcome back to Bondcast for our musical investigation of 1985's A View to a Kill. From the Duran Duran main theme to the classic Barry score, Laird Malamed and Jimmy Mac bring you all the classified info. As always, For Your Ears Only! (And listen a little past the last tune for a throwback audio clip.)…
 
BondCast is back to talk about Roger Moore’s final outing as 007 in 1985’s A VIEW TO A KILL. At age 57, was it one film too many for Sir Roger? We talk about the whole movie, including Christopher Walken’s bad guy Max Zorin, Grace Jones as the exotic May Day, and Bond Girl Tanya Roberts. We share some varied takes about the overall quality of this …
 
The Working Historians podcast is switching its hosting site from Soundcloud to Podbean, so Soundcloud subscribers should consider re-subscribing through Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or any of the other dozens of podcast apps out there. In this episode, Rob provides a teaser for upcoming changes to the podcast (including a new website…
 
We talk about albums that remind of us of warm weather and discuss Neutral Milk Hotels 1998 album In the Airplane Over the Sea Podcast links: Itunes: http://bit.ly/jdmixtapeitunes Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/ybwvcrcu Theme music composed by Ian Aielloעל ידי Dave Donahue, Jimmy Good
 
因為你是我生命中美麗插曲 插曲/ 蕭亞軒 作詞:姚謙 作曲:曹登昌、黃慧文 編曲:吳慶隆 也許是那朵白雲 天空才藍得美麗 因為短暫因為無意卻難忘記 每次想起你 心還微微嘆息 每一個遇見你的夢裡 我總迫不及待擁抱你 因為你是我生命美麗的插曲 寂寞啊變成了主題 在人來人往的 時間海洋裡 我常想你 是否我也是你生命的插曲 只可惜在你際遇裡 回憶總太擁擠 而我的愛情 好像那朵雲 Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
Dr. Peter Milich is a historian who specializes in Russian, Soviet, and Eastern European history. As a witness to the collapse of modern nations like the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia, Rob and Pete discuss the state of modern international affairs.This episode’s recommendations:Alfred McCoy, “The Rise and Decline of US Global Power” (October 25, 2017…
 
Dr. Paul McKenzie-Jones teaches history, focusing on political activism among Native Americans and other indigenous peoples around the world. This episode’s recommendations:Nick Estes, Our History is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Resistance of Indigenous Resistance (Verso, 2019), https://soundcloud.com/us…
 
耶誕特輯~我們是否也常常如詩人泰戈爾(Tagore)說的一樣跟一群陌生人狂歡?『孤單是一個人的狂歡,狂歡是一群人的孤單。」 有準備了一份耶誕禮物給各位朋友 先來先到啊~請在IG私訊我喔 https://www.instagram.com/taipei_underground_radio/ Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
Miwi La Lupa is a singer/songwriter, producer, and multi instrumentalist who was kind of enough to take the time to speak to our podcast about his life in music. His most recent project is with Conor Oberst & friends called Dolores Diaz & the Standby Club Live at O'leaver's . We wrap up the episode with some of our thoughts on the XPN's 2020 of all…
 
Dr. Cassandra Clark teaches history at Southern New Hampshire University and Salt Lake Community College and is a public historian with the State of Utah’s Department of Heritage and Arts. In this episode, we will discuss Dr. Clark’s academic and professional background, her work with the State of Utah, and her research on the history of insanity a…
 
In the spirit of Xpn's Top 2020 songs of all time countdown we choose our personal top 10 songs of all time. Check out the countdown itself at https://xpn.org/music-artist/885-countdown/2020 #xpn2020 Check out our personal top 10 on this youtube playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbixAvaO_-MdzH5eKJUICSeAxhAUgfIKD Theme music composed …
 
我相信這是很多台灣人小時候的回憶,每天晚上6點半到七點晚間新聞前, 造成萬人空巷, 所有街坊鄰居都在看的楊麗花歌仔戲!到陽台外面還有回音的狀況 (因為幾乎每家都在看). 希望大家能關心而且喜歡上台灣傳統文化. Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
Dr. Guy Ruoff teaches history at Southern New Hampshire University and is Town Supervisor for Scott, New York. In this episode, Guy talks to Rob about his academic and professional background, his present and future political career, and the importance of historical knowledge in the political sphere.This episode’s recommendations:The Memory Palace …
 
人都是獨立的個體, 我們無法完全了解任何一個人的感受. 哲學家叔本華說『孤獨是一個客觀的事實』.但是孤獨跟獨處事實上是帶給人類很多正向的好處!我們一起來探討學習吧! Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
Deirdre Lannon teaches history at Texas State University. In this episode, Deirdre discusses her academic and professional background (including her time fronting a rockabilly band!) and her dissertation research topic, Ruth Reynolds and her role in the fight for Puerto Rican independence.על ידי Robert Denning and James Fennessy
 
Scott Black teaches history at numerous colleges and universities, including Southern New Hampshire University. In this episode, Scott talks about his academic and professional background, his career teaching history, and the challenges and rewards of writing historical fiction.This episode’s recommendations:Sabaton: https://www.sabaton.net/ Variou…
 
We go over Now That's What I Call Music 10, talk about what we have been listening to, discuss the Rolling Stone Top 500 Albums List, and talk about Incubus's S.C.I.E.N.C.E and Morning View. Theme music composed by Ian Aeillo Itunes: http://bit.ly/jdmixtapeitunes Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/ybwvcrcu…
 
Karen Sieber is a Humanities Specialist for the Clement and Laura McGillicuddy Humanities Center at the University of Maine. In this episode we discuss her academic and professional background, the major public history research projects with which she has been affiliated, her work at the Humanities Center, and our history-related recommendationsRec…
 
Laird is back to take us through the soundtrack to NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN. This non-EON Productions film features some music similar to your typical 007 soundtrack, and some vastly different. You won't find any twangy surf guitar music here! But does that help or hurt? You can decide for yourself as we present our review of composer Michael Legrand'…
 
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