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Building on the belief that a deeper understanding of the natural world enriches all of our lives, host Steven Rinella brings an in-depth and relevant look at all outdoor topics including hunting, fishing, nature, conservation, and wild foods. Filled with humor, irreverence, and things that will surprise the hell out of you, each episode welcomes a diverse group of guests who add their own expertise to the vast world of the outdoors. Part of The MeatEater Podcast Network.
 
The ASP.NET Monsters is a group of ASP.NET MVPs who make their living building web applications. Though one of them hails from a beach and another one sports a fake Brittish accent, these gents all currently call Canada home. When they're not blogging you can find Simon, Dave and James speaking at user groups, conferences and workshops across North America, as well as on Microsoft Virtual Academy and here on Channel 9. Looking for the most recent videos? View them here. Check out the Monster ...
 
Inside the Musician’s Brain is a deep dive into everything that’s underneath the music and the artists that inspire us. Join Grammy Award winning artist and producer Chris Pandolfi of the Infamous Stringdusters, as he explores life as a musician, and sits down with other influential artists to discuss inspiration, creativity, and the many facets of bringing a musical vision to life.
 
Whether you're new to your faith or you're a longtime follower of Jesus, you probably want to get more out of the Bible and get more out of prayer. How can you break though all the distractions and make reading the Bible and prayer more a part of your life? How do you know what to pray? Forty years ago I discovered something that significantly helped me to have a deeper, more real experiences with God. I learned how to use the Bible as my conversation with God. In this podcast I want to help ...
 
The Live Long and Master Aging (LLAMA) podcast is a weekly series of extended, one-to-one interviews, about human longevity. Hosted by Peter Bowes, leading scientists share their latest research into living a long and healthy life. We delve into the clinical trials and challenge new ideas. We also feature some remarkable people who have already mastered the art of aging. Hear about their insights into growing old, without feeling old, and the secrets of their longevity.
 
Join two of Sydney's elite trainers on the Under The Bar Podcast for a dose of 'in the trenches' know-how on training for performance and optimal body composition. Rawdon Dubois and Tom Hewett will lead an irreverent and light-hearted journey delving into the greatest minds of the Health and Fitness industry, prying golden nuggets of information you can apply to your own training and nutrition, health, strength, and performance. Each podcast features special guest interviews. Featured guests ...
 
Special Guests: Chris Stafford – The Stafford Brothers + Exclusive Mix up Lorne Padman – Vice President and Label Manager – Dim Mak Records Gabby Colombi – Director - Global PR Dave Goode – The Potbelleez From Australia to the furthest points on the map- Mandy Onassis delivers The Authority to electronic music enthusiasts. With a driving big-room epicenter, The Authority holds down the musical fort with the freshest beats from the globe’s, from the pioneers to the solid emerging talent, toge ...
 
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It’s a conspiracy that increases my faith in the gospel. I’m amazed at how often we see the Bible’s one story threaded all throughout Scripture, but written centuries apart. This one story of the Bible, written over a period of 1,500 years by more than 40 different authors, most of whom never even knew each other, is a conspiracy indeed, but not of…
 
Embracing science and a holistic approach to living a healthier life, has been a hallmark of the Swiss spa-clinic, Clinique La Prairie (CLP), for the past ninety years. Known for its signature treatment, cellular therapy, the medical center opened in 1931, under the guidance of Dr Paul Niehans, an early expert in the field. Today, CLP melds cutting…
 
Did you know that Cole Caufield is a MONTREAL CANADIEN. And, did you know, that the Habs are STREAKING AT THE MOMENT? With a few successive wins over the past week the Habs are now tied with the Winnipeg Jets for 3rd in the division, and the race to the playoffs is ON. Unfortunately, that wasn't all of the news this week. We have Simon Tsalikis on …
 
Don’t let yourself get hijacked away from the incredible bigger and better story this world is in and you could be in. Your trust and faithfulness will be so worth it! But we must worship the I AM to keep our affections focused on the right story. Learning to worship is the most important action in your entire life. And Psalm 96 helps us worship th…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Ronnie Boehme, Clay Newcomb, Brody Henderson, Phil Taylor, Corinne Schneider, Hayden Sammak, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: Infanticide among house cats; Ronnie as Steve's most impactful employer; Clay Newcomb's new Bear Grease podcast; your pistol getting you in trouble with the TSA; Tiddlywinks and meat raffles; "M…
 
Do you find it hard or even awkward to worship God? The truth is it’s easier than you think. You just have to choose to do it. Worship is a choice. In fact, it must always be a choice. God never coerces our worship. Jesus said in John 4:23-24 that God seeks true worshipers. In other words, God wants you to choose to worship him by your own free wil…
 
The art of growing old, gracefully and purposefully, preferably in rude health, is unique to us all. The journey, with its many twists and turns, involves myriad emotions, adventures and challenges. But Kathleen O'Brien says the process has been somewhat hijacked by society's growing disrespect for the elderly. In her book, Reclaim Your Right To Gr…
 
That series against the Flames is OVER. Finally! The Habs went 1-2 against Calgary, giving them some support for the final games of the season. They're currently in a playoff spot! And, according to the math, it's looking very good for the Habs in making it to the post season. However, that all hinges on whether they can get another handful of wins…
 
Worshiping God means worshiping him for who he really is. Our lives become more anchored horizontally when we anchor them vertically to the true God. Worshiping God in Spirit and truth, as Jesus puts it in John 4:23-24. But if you read through the Psalms, you’ll soon run into Psalms like Psalm 94 that talk about God being a “God of vengeance.” We r…
 
Steven Rinella talks with meat scientist Dr. Chris Calkins, Rick "Nature is Metal," Spencer Neuharth, Seth Morris, Phil Taylor, Corinne Schneider, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: An alternate explication of "Arkansasing"; Steve's opinion that the 1980s is too recent a decade from which to pluck pop culture references; cleaning up in your shrim…
 
We all get into a funk. We’re disappointed. Frustrated. Experiencing the pains of life’s fragile realities. Some of us bend that direction more than others, but we all bend under that weight at times. And in those times it’s all too easy to start sinking in the quicksand of complaining, grumbling, blaming. We start living in the fog cloud of living…
 
There has been "spectacular" progress in recent years in the understanding and treatment of Alzheimer's. The progressive disease, which is the most common cause of dementia, a late-in-life decline in memory and cognitive ability, afflicts 50 million people around the world. Taking family members and other carers into account, that number increases …
 
The dog days of the season are upon us! As of tonight the Habs have the worst record in the North division in the past 10 games, and the team looks listless and uninspired. What is going on! Dave vents frustrations, Veronica makes astute points, and the duo try to suss out what could be eating the Habs. That is the first half of the episode. The se…
 
Question: When you think of the word prayer, what image comes to your mind? When you think to yourself, “Should I pray right now?” or “I’m going to pray,” what do you imagine doing? What do you imagine when you imagine praying? Too often my image is negative, like somebody boring doing something boring. But then when I read descriptions in the Gosp…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Robert Abernethy, Rick Smith, Chris Gill, Seth Morris, and Chester Floyd. Topics discussed: How you need to watch Joe Cermele's B-Side Fishing; caught on trail cam: tractor driver hangs out of tractor to defecate; Steve's tooth improvement and a mountain goat hunting dentist; the impulse to make everything a competition; h…
 
How do you know when it’s OK to pray for something? What kind of prayers are out of bounds? Do you sometimes not pray for something because you figure you should err on the side of not offending God with your request? I think that’s a mistake. Here’s why. Luke 22:39–44 NIV Jesus went out as usual to the Mount of Olives, and his disciples followed h…
 
Turning fifty can be a wrenching experience for some people. Others discover that it is their sixtieth birthday that conjures up disturbing emotions. There is no doubt that big birthdays focus the mind on the aging process and what is often described as a midlife crisis. But should we fear the passage of time? Lisa Levine is a life coach and the au…
 
What. A. Week. A test for the Habs faithful as a skid after the OT heroics from Eric Staal left many wondering just what 'kind' of TEAM are the Habs! Add some flavorful waiver drama, trade deadline acquisitions, and then an upbeat game against a vapid rival, it is no small wonder that there was plenty to talk about! Veronica and Dave talk the issue…
 
Psalm 89 shows us that the drama of our lives takes place in the bigger story of God’s redemption and restoration of this world through the perfect Son of David, Jesus the Christ. But that story is even bigger yet, because there’s an even bigger drama taking place in the spiritual realm that parallels the human drama. And Psalm 89 shows us that as …
 
Steven Rinella talks with David J. Meltzer, Ryan Callaghan, Spencer Neuharth, Corinne Schneider, and Phil Taylor. Topics discussed: Making sure that your local humane society is not The Humane Society of the United States; Jim H. encouraging hunters to be true to the message of conservation and favor wolf recovery even if it costs them a few extra …
 
Steven Rinella talks with Congressman Mike Simpson, Eric Crawford, Ryan Callaghan, Chester Floyd, and Phil Taylor. Topics discussed: Phil's parfait and Cal's Covid shot; Buck Bowden's burl bowls; energy consumption and Bitcoin; would someone just give Chester a free boat already?; a reminder to get all the right permits and licenses and extra stuff…
 
Centuries before Jesus was born, the Psalm of the Old Testament told of him. Jesus told his disciples that everything would be fulfilled that was written about him in the Psalms (Luke 24:44). So whenever we read the Psalms we should look for Jesus. And we clearly find him in Psalm 89. When you praise the Jesus seen in Psalm 89, your life will becom…
 
Living life to the full, at any age, has been a challenge recently. To put it mildly. But if Covid has taught us anything, it is that some of life's simplest pleasures are what make life itself worth living. Therein lies a metaphor for healthy aging. Physical fitness, social contact and an active mind go a long way towards helping us live longer an…
 
Clever episode name, GET IT? The Habs managed a decent week of play from last episode to tonight, going 3-1 in that stretch and showing what the team MIGHT be, even though the one loss also showed what the team MIGHT be. Dave worries about that aspect of the Habs, while Veronica says that you win some and lose some, who's right?? Aside from the gam…
 
The word “forever” has always intrigued me. Most of the time it’s used in songs or poetry it’s a lie. The Beatles’ Strawberry Fields Forever? Or “Love you forever and forever”? But when the Psalms in the Bible use that word it’s actually a promise that can be kept. God’s covenant promise. And suddenly we’re invited into a much bigger story. “Foreve…
 
What comes to your mind when you think of Jesus? What image? What imagination? How do you feel toward that Jesus? How much do you want that Jesus to be Lord/King of your life? See, I don’t think the problem for most of us is that our sin is too big for us to resist it. I just think our Little Jesus is too small to not resist. So today I want to hav…
 
Cracking the code behind aging has long since fascinated, frustrated and captivated scientists. In our quest to live longer and better, a desire to fully understand the mechanisms that explain how and why we grow old, has been central to longevity research. In recent years some significant progress has been made. A clearer picture is emerging of th…
 
Do you sometimes think that your desire for greatness and glory is pride? Do you sometimes feel guilty for that as if somehow that's an inordinate desire that you need to confess as pride? The desire for greatness and glory is actually not the same as pride. Pride is in fact a virus that hijacks that desire. But the desire for greatness and glory i…
 
Today on Inside the Musician’s Brain, Chris begins the episode by sharing his thoughts about music genres, why we have them, and why they don’t really matter. The episode continues with Chris talking with successful singer-songwriter Sara Watkins (Nickel Creek, I’m With Her) about creating her first concept album and how it came to be. Sara also sh…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Jon Mooallem, Gaspar Perricone, Brody Henderson, Ryan Callaghan, Phil Taylor, Corinne Schneider, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: Papa Jani's wish to have guests introduced at the beginning of the show; how Ronny B. got Steve in trouble, and a correction about raccoons duking it out with dogs inside barrels; moss balls…
 
What are you supposed to talk about what all of the games for the past week were postponed? Well, a whole lot, apparently! There was no shortage of Habs news despite there being no practices or games since their games were postponed last week. For starters, a number of Habs prospects competed in the NCAA tournament this weekend, with ONE name in pa…
 
Let’s say you want to have a conversation with God using a Psalm. You open to Psalm 80. You start reading and quickly realize it doesn’t really resonate with you. Honestly, you don’t think you understand much of what you’re reading. So what can you do? One option is to just close your Bible and do something else because that didn’t work. Another op…
 
Baby boomers make up a significant portion of the world's population. In the US and the UK the generation born between 1946 and 1964 represents about a fifth of all people and is a hugely influential group. So what's it like to be a boomer in 2021? Many are still working, physically active and important contributors to the economy. Others are retir…
 
If it's not one thing, it's ANOTHER, right? Last night we learned that that a couple of the Habs players were on the COVID-19 list, and the game was postponed until, perhaps, tonight. Unfortunately, in the early hours of the evening we all learned that the next three games were also postponed. So, no Habs hockey this week! To talk about the situati…
 
Maybe you’re in one of those times. Your life has taken a turn for the worst. Perhaps just temporarily. Perhaps permanently. Maybe you’re grieving the loss of something or someone. Or you’re doubting your future. Is there anything left to look forward to? Maybe isolation has taken its toll. Perhaps you’re not sure where you stand with God, or worse…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Mike Ruhl, Jeremy Romero, Kevin Murphy, Seth Morris, and Chester Floyd. Topics discussed: Has the Bitcoin boat sailed?; a hot tip on using tampons dipped in vaseline as a fire starter; proof of the albino porcupine; one hairy-assed deer eyeball; feeding grizzly bears (ahem, moose!) in your backyard; cloning black footed fe…
 
I’ve become a believer in spells. Supernatural illusions or delusions put upon a person’s mind so that they can’t see reality, or they see non-reality as reality. And that’s what the New Testament is talking about in 2 Corinthians 4:3-6. Like the Psalms, it uses highly illustrative and picturesque language to help us imagine an unseen reality. As a…
 
Why do we rush to the refrigerator during commercial breaks, while watching television? Are we really hungry or does TV fuel our addiction to foods that we know are bad for us? "Without your agreement at all, you're doing what we call the robot walk or the zombie walk to the kitchen to get something to eat," says Joan Ifland, Ph.D., author of the t…
 
There is a WHOLE lot going on lately as we reach the halfway point of the season, but this week we decided to focus on the Montreal Forum. The 25th anniversary came and passed and we wanted to make up for not marking the occasion. So, we had Dave Kaufman join us to share his stories about his childhood memories at the Forum! There is a difference b…
 
Written a thousand years before Jesus was born, Psalm 69 is one of those psalms of David that seems to be a favorite of the New Testament authors. It also seems to have been a favorite of Jesus because he quotes from it in John 15:25. It's quoted by the apostles Paul and Peter. And it's quoted by the gospel writers. All of them quoting different pa…
 
In today’s episode of Inside the Musician’s Brain, Chris takes time to share his optimistic views and thoughts about the timeline for live music coming back this year. He also shares an interview with Ronnie McCoury (Del McCoury Band, The Travelin' McCourys) that he taped in May of 2020, two months into the pandemic. During their conversation, Chri…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Preston Pittman, Ryan Callaghan, Phil Taylor, Corinne Schneider, Samantha Bates, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: The caviar of the south; the story of Cal's forearm scar; is there such as thing as a Covid tweaker?; the champ has been shot twice, but doesn't call the cops; the beautiful Grim Reaper choking noises that …
 
What we are learning to do in this podcast is to live more vertically and not just horizontally. To lift up our eyes throughout our day, in the moments of anxiety, worry, fear, tension, conflict, temptation, unforgiveness. And in the good moments as well because those are perhaps the most dangerous times for our heart and soul. For me, highly imagi…
 
In what may be the longest Habby Hour episode to date (pending investigation) the Habby Hour have Eric Engels on to talk about all SORTS of stuff! Most notably, a deep dive into the relationship between the media and the team, and the difficulties that are caused with having to cover the team during COVID. Looking into his Canadiens Mailbag, there'…
 
The Psalms come back to repeated themes for emphasis. We forget what matters most because we get hijacked by the smaller horizontal stories that bombard us everyday. But when we lift up our eyes vertically through praise to God and his bigger story for us, we bring God’s power and strength deeper into our lives today.. But just for today. It has to…
 
At the age of eighty-one, Jean Ketcham is looking forward to sky diving again, when the pandemic is over. The co-founder of Aging But Dangerous, an international women's movement promoting active, healthy aging, is on a mission to empower women over fifty to live their lives to the full. When Jean retired, she and her friend, C. Suzanne Bates, real…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Clay Newcomb, Seth Morris, Chester Floyd, Rick Smith, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: The story of a deer called Moose; sturgeon spearing in Wisconsin on the Fur Hat Ice Tour; bartering services for caviar, then serving the caviar in a restaurant; NY's squirrel hunting tournament going strong; an ear-tagged squirrel t…
 
Do you ever want to pray but you’re not sure what to pray? Whether for yourself when you want to pray for yourself. Or when you want to pray for someone else. “I’ll pray for you,” you say to a friend, but what will you pray? What should you pray for? Psalm 67 gives us some great phrases to use when praying for others and for ourselves. You just hav…
 
UTB is once again graced by the ever astute Menno Henselmans, and with his new book close to completion the 'dangling carrots' were too juicy for Rawdon & Tommy to resist! This episode is jam packed with a range of great topics - the psychology of the coach / client relationship, the pygmalion effect & subliminal communication, extrinsic vs intrins…
 
If you're a fast walker, you're likely to live longer. The correlation between walking speed and lifespan has been widely studied and is a good indicator of our general physical condition and the number of years that we are able to enjoy optimum health. "It is a wonderful predictor," says, Dr. Cliff Bleustein, Global President and CEO of AposHealth…
 
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