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Under The Weather is a monthly lecture series on climate activism and research brought to you by CKUT 90.3 FM, McGill University's Sustainability Projects Fund, and Climate Justice Montreal. For more information on the project, visit http://undertheweather.ckut.ca/ For more information on CKUT, you can visit http://ckut.ca/c/
 
Megan and Nick have taken to the sea once again, this time on a Leopard 46 Catamaran. Under the Sheets with the O'Kellys is a behind the scenes, casual conversation that supplements their YouTube channels and gives them an opportunity to answer viewer questions in depth. The O'Kellys https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ6tJAU-6N68ZhTRXyY0Tnw Megan https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCemnXZtTmC_xyhLS8s88hlQ
 
The Wind from Eden: Montana Weather Stories is produced by the Acoustic Atlas at the Montana State University Library: https://acousticatlas.org. The series looks at how weather has shaped the history, culture, and literature of Central Montana. It is brought to you by the MSU Library’s Ivan Doig archive with support from Humanities Montana. Original music for the series was provided by Flynn Cohen at flynncohen.net. Audio from Ivan Doig’s books English Creek and This House of Sky was provid ...
 
Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's novel is about orphaned Mary Lennox, who is sent to live with her uncle at Misslethwaite Manor in Yorkshire. Initially a sour, bad-tempered child, Mary begins to bloom under the influence of nature when she discovers a long-abandoned garden on the grounds of her uncle's estate. Burnett's novel is brought to life by LibriVox volunteers who lend their voices to her characters. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast Narrator/Martha: Elizabeth Klett Mary L ...
 
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This week, Host, Dean DeVore welcomes George Ball, Executive Chairman and Owner of Burpee Seeds and Plants. George shares tips and advice for new and seasoned gardeners. Everything you need to know and grow your best garden yet on this week's 'Everything Under the Sun'! To learn more about Burpee visit their website - https://www.burpee.com/ https:…
 
This week, Host, Dean DeVore welcomes Dr. Steven Cliff, the Acting Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Dr. Cliff joins the podcast to talk about a very important and devastating issue facing us today— pediatric vehicular heatstroke. As we enter warmer spring weather across the United States, the number of infant and…
 
This week, Host, Dean DeVore welcomes Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America’s CEO and president, Kenneth Mendez to discuss springtime allergies. Does wearing a mask lessen the blow of springtime allergy symptoms? Is climate change now causing a longer US allergy season? Get all the answers this week on 'Everything Under the Sun'! Learn more and …
 
This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', Host, Dean DeVore goes 'Above the Clouds' with AccuWeather Meteorologist/ Digital Journalist, Brian Lada to chat about stargazing and this Spring's best astronomical events. Then fresh off some travel himself, Dean welcomes Andrew Gross, Public Relations Manager/Spokesperson at AAA to discuss what to expect …
 
2020's Atlantic hurricane season was a busy one and AccuWeather's forecasters are anticipating another active season for 2021. On this week's episode, Dean DeVore is joined by AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist and hurricane expert, Dan Kottlowski to chat about AccuWeather's 2021 Atlantic hurricane season forecast. Check out the 2021 Atlantic Hurrica…
 
It's the third episode of our Spring Series! This week host Dean DeVore welcomes Jonathan Porter, Senior Vice President, Weather Content & Forecast Operations & Chief Meteorologist to chat about how decision-makers can be better prepared when it comes to severe weather. Jon will also discuss AccuWeather's upcoming webinar 'Weatherproof your busines…
 
There are so many ways to begin your sailing adventure. You can crew on other boats, charter or buy a small boat to practice all the basics like sailing, maintenance, etc. Today we talk about all of these and setting expectations for when you do get the "big" one.על ידי Megan & Nick O'Kelly
 
It's March Madness and it's our second episode of our Spring Series! This week we're joined by David Jones (@djoneshoop on Twitter) Columnist for PennLive.com and The Harrisburg Patriot-News to chat about the NCAA Basketball Tournament, COVID-19 in sports, and when things may return to normal. We continue to observe "National Weather Podcast Month"…
 
Immerse yourself in the sound of prairie wind as heard in 'Doig Country' east of Dupuyer. This is an ambient recording of the wind sweeping along the Rocky Mountain Front. (See Episode 5 for more information about the prevalence of wind in this part of Central Montana.) The recording was made by Jeff Rice for the Acoustic Atlas at Montana State Uni…
 
"Do what you will but not because you must" Spring is here and with that, it's the start of our Spring Series! This week, Dr. Liz Bentley, Chief Executive of the Royal Meteorological Society joins host Dean DeVore from England to discuss the 2021 'Weather Photographer of the Year' contest in which AccuWeather is once again a partner with RMets. Plu…
 
What can we say, we love sharing our experience! We've been making videos for 2 years and there are well over 110 if you count the videos on our other channels - Megan O'Kelly, Monkeys on a Rock and O'Kelly Tech. We're still having fun so that means we'll carry on. Thanks for tuning in and sharing the ride!…
 
Spring is just around the corner, and it's the final episode of our Winter Series! This week on "Everything Under the Sun", host, Dean DeVore takes you on a West to East coast tour, with a post-winter check in at three major US cities; San Francisco, Chicago, and Philadelphia. During our trip we will be joined by Drew Tuma (@DrewTumaABC7 on Twitter…
 
What does a 30% chance of rain actually mean? Don’t overthink it, meteorologists say. This week on "Everything Under the Sun" we explore what "percentage of precipitation" means with AccuWeather Broadcast Meteorologist Geoff Cornish (@StormOfCorn on twitter). Geoff and host, Dean DeVore break down the term and what it means for you. Dean then welco…
 
We're feeling sad & shocked to hear about the recent death of a fellow cruiser here in Georgetown, Exumas. It's a reminder of how fragile life is and to be extra careful on or near water. We also share more on this week's video about the NEEL 47 Trimaran we had the opportunity to sail. It was amazing!…
 
Matt Zaffino shares his expertise on recent weather extremes and the possible connections to climate change. Also, find out how Islands in the Stream by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton play into this week's episode. SPOILER ALERT: Matt MAY have twisted the words around a little bit to create his own special rendition.…
 
This week, in honor of Black History Month, host Dean DeVore is joined by Shelton Johnson, one of America's best-known Park Rangers. Shelton is a Ranger at Yosemite National Park and has spent his nearly 30 year career educating people about the Buffalo Soldiers and how the Buffalo Soldiers were some of the first National Park Rangers in America. H…
 
The area along Montana's Rocky Mountain Front is known for its relentless wind, including a phenomenon known as a "Chinook," or "snow eater." We interview a meteorologist to help us understand what causes a Chinook and hear why Ivan Doig referred to Chinooks as "the wind from Eden.”על ידי Montana State University Library
 
Glasser was 18 years old in the winter of 1948 when he volunteered to help a local rancher feed his cattle. He may not have known that 1948 would bring one of the fiercest winters in state history. His visit to feed the cows turned into a long and lonely stay in a tiny cabin he would call home for more than a month.…
 
AccuWeather Founder and CEO, Dr. Joel Myers returns this week and joins host, Dean DeVore with an update on weather's impact on Covid-19, and Joel shares his thoughts on where things go next as we head into spring with more and more of the population getting vaccinated. Then, in honor of Black History Month, Dean sits down with Alan Sealls, Chief M…
 
When it comes to extreme cold, Montana residents have some bragging rights. On January 20, 1954 at Rogers Pass, the temperature stood at 70 degrees below zero. The coldest it has ever been measured in the lower 48 states. So cold that the trees began to explode. We look at why this happens in Montana and how this was depicted in Ivan Doig's novel B…
 
We interview Montana State University cultural geographer William Wyckoff about the importance of weather to Ivan Doig's literature. The episode also includes a recollection (and music) from 93-year-old White Sulphur Springs resident Julia Short.על ידי Montana State University Library
 
Our first episode looks at the ways that weather is depicted in Ivan Doig’s novel English Creek. We visit some of the locations that Doig wrote about and talk with local residents about how seasonal change has affected their own lives. Stops along the way include the hay fields of Dupuyer and a classic 4th of July rodeo. Keep an eye out for grizzly…
 
Despite Old Man Winter's fashionably late arrival, he made a no-holds-barred entrance. And AccuWeather forecasters are warning in the company's annual spring forecast, released this week, that the winter hits may keep on coming even well into spring for some regions. This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', Dean DeVore welcomes Senior Meteorologist…
 
This week on 'Everything Under the Sun', Dean welcomes Juliet Papa and John Montone from 1010 WINS in New York City to discuss this past week's snow storm and the challenges of covering the storm. Then we celebrate National Weatherperson’s Day with AccuWeather Meteorologists Danielle Knittle and Dave Dombek. And in our final segment, AccuWeather Me…
 
On this week's video (ARE WE STUCK - BLISS INTERRUPTED) we introduced a new mini series inspired from our consulting calls: What can we do NOW before we go cruising? Our first segment was on provisioning, and over the next few episodes we'll talk about what tools we have on board, physical health, routing & weather, etc.…
 
Is it going to snow? Meteorologist Matt Zaffino hears this question all the time. So, Matt did what any good meteorologist would do and brushed the dust off the history books to see if Portland's snowfall has increased or decreased over the years. In this episode: Find out how meteorologists measure snow.Matt shares the year Portland saw the most s…
 
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