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Light-hearted conversation with callers from all over about new words, old sayings, slang, family expressions, and language change and differences, as well as word histories, etymology, linguistics, regional dialects, word games, grammar, books, literature, writing, and more. Listeners of all backgrounds can join author/journalist Martha Barnette and linguist/lexicographer Grant Barrett on the show with their language thoughts, questions, and stories: https://waywordradio.org/contact or word ...
 
The Shot Caller podcast brings you tomorrows game changers, agents of change, revolutionaries, and the investors behind them – today! Stories that will catalyse and inspire you to pursue your dreams, vote with your wallet, increase your longevity, and live your wealthy life! Like the butterfly effect in chaos theory, a small change in one state can have a large, non-linear change on a global scale.
 
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Medicine Caller

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Medicine Caller

Sophia Wise One

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Intimate, wise and healing medicine stories from the people who are carrying us through this time of great turning and true transformation. Present-day prophets, visionaries, musicians, artists, culture weavers, and healers from around the globe share what they know. We are medicine callers telling medicine stories and sharing skills about medicine calling. Here on this show we collectively cocreate a planetary culture that is caring, restorative, generative, optimizing, and kind. It is time ...
 
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Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio

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Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio

Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio

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Lauren Smith is the hostess of Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio (NCBR) a podcast which has been on air for over a decade and has completed over 300 shows. NCBR is a bigfoot podcast favorite which has interviewed researchers and witnesses from all over the world. Lauren brings with her a unique viewpoint given that she a second-generation researcher and daughter of one of the veteran female bigfoot researchers in the south and has been conducting field research since she was a preteen. You can catc ...
 
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Cold Callers Comedy

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Cold Callers Comedy

Cold Callers Comedy

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Music-Comedians Ryan ‘goose fan’ Brannon and Paul ‘grumpy curmudgeon’ Rich have their weekly meeting to discuss their highlights and lowlights, what baffles, bemuses and bewilders them (including the etymology of ridiculous but real words). Join them as they interview special guests including performers from TV to stage or (or perhaps you at home!) and put their movie knowledge to the test by finding out how even universally loved films can be hated... And why. And of course each episode Tom ...
 
Introducing, Dr. Fresch's "House Call Radio", now featuring Dr. Fresch's new series "Caller ID". New episodes monthly, broadcasting monday at 3PM PST / 6PM EST on Insomniac Radio and DASH Radio. Submissions: http://bit.ly/Caller-ID-Submissions Follow @DrFresch and his new label, @HouseCallRecs All episodes from Dr. Fresch's former mix series preserved here, guests below. ALUMNI: @ghastly @waxmotif @snbrn @shaunfrank @vanillaace @iamwuki @hotelgarudamusic @coyotekisses @gofreek @huntersiegel ...
 
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Henrik Lund, CEO of Naturli- tells us how Naturli is not just a plant-based food producer; they are a MOVEMENT, that also happens to produce and sell plant-based food products. Naturli was founded in 1988 and for quite a few years, their products were only to be found in the specialty allergy section in a remote corner of Danish grocery stores. The…
 
Asthenosphere, a geologist's term for the molten layer beneath the earth's crust, sparks a journey that stretches all the way from ancient Greece to the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Plus: What the heck is a dogberg? It's when a dog runs into you and knocks you over. This bit of slang was inspired by a professional wrestler who finished off his oppo…
 
A documentary film called My Beautiful Stutter" follows youngsters at a summer camp specifically for stutterers. It's a place for finding acceptance, support, and confidence for navigating the larger world. And: "The High Priestess of Soul," Nina Simone, was one of the most beguiling performers of all time. A beautiful new picture book for children…
 
Amid court-ordered busing in the 1970s, a middle-school teacher tried to distract her nervous students on the first day of class with this strange assignment: find a monarch caterpillar. The result? A memorable lesson in the miracle of metamorphosis. Plus, the story behind the slang expression Word!, meaning "Believe me!" The original version invol…
 
We use the term Milky Way for that glowing arc across the sky. But how people picture it varies from culture to culture. In Sweden, that starry band goes by a name that means "Winter Street," and in Hawaii, a term for the Milky Way translates as "fish jumping in shadows." And: the history of naming rooms in a house. Some old houses have a room off …
 
In the 15th century, the word respair meant "to have hope again." Although this word fell out of use, it's among dozens collected in a new book of soothing vocabulary for troubled times. Plus, baseball slang: If a batter doesn't pour the pine," an outfielder may snag a can of corn, or "an easily caught fly ball." And the 1960s TV show "Laugh-In" sp…
 
WELCOME TO OUR 50th EPISODE!!!! Thank you for all of your support. As October is both Breast Cancer Awareness and Menopause Awareness month; we are ending the month with a very cool story from another revolutionary entrepreneur! Rochelle Weitzner is a seasoned C-Suite executive and beauty industry veteran. She is the founder and CEO of Pause Well-A…
 
Join me as I chat with Mothboy Matt of Mothboy Podcast! We will hear all about his interest in cryptids, paranormal, and journey into the weird world of the unknown! Matthew Schang lives in a little lake town called Westfield in New York. Matthew, otherwise known as Mothboy Matt, is cohost to Mothboys Podcast a comedy show on Cryptids, conspiracies…
 
The words tough, through, and dough all end in O-U-G-H. So why don't they rhyme? A lively new book addresses the many quirks of English by explaining the history of words and phrases. And: have you ever been in a situation where a group makes a decision to do something, only to discover later that no one really wanted to do that thing in the first …
 
Dr. Nichola Conlon, a leader in longevity science since 2014, is a passionate advocate for education in longevity science. As CEO and Co-Founder of Nuchido Laboratories, She wants to help YOU be YOU for longer! Why is Nuchido different from many other supplement companies? They are "systems pharmacologists" who approach the the body’s many challeng…
 
What happens in a classroom of refugee and immigrant youngsters learning English? Their fresh approach to language can result in remarkable poetry -- some of which is collected in the anthology England: Poems from a School. Also, new language among healthcare professionals: the term cohorting describes the act of grouping patients with COVID-19 in …
 
This is a recording from the archives of the Training Ground where Sophia talked about emotional release as an indicator of the potency in a healing experience. The questions section of the recording was edited for the privacy of the students, but the bulk of the lesson was left intact for your use. It can often be tempting as a practitioner or a p…
 
"There is a term sometimes used called 'toxic positivity.' For sure our thoughts have power and ultimately we want to see the glass as 'half-full,' but absolutely, not at the expense of suppressing emotion." Sylvia Beasley-Suffolk, Founder Shine True In this very special episode, Sylvia explains the very significant impact our thoughts have on ever…
 
This week on "A Way with Words": When there's no evening meal planned at home, what do you call that scramble to cobble together your own dinner? Some people apply acronyms like YOYO -- "you're on your own" -- or CORN, for "Clean out your refrigerator night." Plus, when a barista hands you hot coffee in a paper cup, you may ask for a sleeve to put …
 
Darling listeners, we are back at it after a late summer and early autumn of family time and riding the waves of seasonal transitions. This week Sophia is calling in divine protection as we begin our descent into the darkness in earnest here in the northern hemisphere. This guided meditation can be listened to like a story, or you can settle in and…
 
An ornithologist says there's a growing movement to change the name of a pink-footed bird currently called the flesh-footed shearwater. The movement reflects a growing understanding that using flesh-colored for "pink" fails to acknowledge the full range of human skin color. Plus, is hooligan an anti-Irish slur? Some people might perceive it that wa…
 
"Humans almost never enter a period of resource deprivation. That's what led to fasting because this creates Autophagy, which cleans our cells. We need to go back to our evolutionary processes and realize that our technology has gone far beyond our body in recognizing our new environment. We need to intentionally invoke Autophagy. Whether that be t…
 
In 1971, when a new public library opened in Troy, Michigan, famous authors and artists were invited to write letters to the city's youngest readers, extolling the many benefits of libraries. One of the loveliest was from E.B. White, author of Charlotte's Web. Plus, you may think navel-gazing is a relatively new idea -- but it goes back at least to…
 
In Part 2 of the Screen Schooled Podcast, Joe Clement and Matt Miles , two veteran teachers from the Washington DC area, do a deeper dive with Alex and I on how the over exposure to gaming and especially social media is contributing to the teen mental health crisis. "Learned Helplessness" and a prolific lack of resilience among the teenagers they t…
 
There was a time when William Shakespeare was just another little 7-year-old in school. Classes in his day were demanding -- and all in Latin. A new book argues that this rigorous curriculum actually nurtured the creativity that later flourished in Shakespeare's writing. Don't know Latin? You can still adapt those approaches to stretch and hone you…
 
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