In the interviewers chair for over 30 years, Milt Rosenberg exemplifies utterly implausible radio. Whether the topic is foreign policy or American politics, the state of the English language, the history of World War II, the latest discoveries in astrophysics, what local chefs cook for their own dinners, or the guest is a Pulitzer or Nobel Prize winner, you won't hear anything, anywhere, quite as stimulating or quite as fascinating. Past guests of note include Margaret Thatcher, David McCullough, Henry Kissinger, David Mamet, Colin Powell, John Updike, William Safire, P.D. James, Richard Posner, Phillip Roth, Robert Bork, Gary Becker, William Bennett, Norman Mailer, George Will, Jim Lehrer and on and on--virtually a cast of thousands of interesting and significant people. It's no wonder Talkers Magazine cites him as the "Nation's leading author interviewer". Authors, journalists, scientists, newsmakers, professors, and even the occasional cab driver or waitress-all have sat across the table from Milt to opine on a wide array of topics. Among the panel discussions recently featured: Adventures in the cab (or PR firms, or the restaurant trade) recent developments (or historical perspectives) in law, sociology, film criticism, the talk trade itself and ad infinitum.
The Travel Fuels Life podcast encourages, educates, and inspires you to put away the excuses and move forward into a life where you live your dreams of travel. During our weekly visits, host Drew Hannush talks with a wide range of travelers from solo adventure travelers, to family travelers, to digital nomads and even 9 to 5'ers that are finding a way to get out and experience the world. Join in on the fun and start living the life you know you want to live.
By Drew Hannush
With a passion for GIS, location intelligence, maps, cartography, indeed anything with a whiff of spatial, Chris and Mark decided to seek fame and fortune by starting the world’s best geospatial podcast.* A podcast that may include anything and everything about the geospatial world. From news articles about the GIS industry that take our fancy, interviews with GIS practitioners, random acts of geospatial madness and of course the legendary game Export to Shapefile. So if you like maps and location then you might find listening to a couple of middle-aged guys from the land of the long white cloud (New Zealand) chat irreverently about geospatial stuff just the ticket! *this podcast may not actually be the best in the world.
By Chris Morris & Mark Thompson
Vous désirez acheter une chaise gamer, mais vous avez du mal à séparer le bon grain de l'ivraie ? Alors vous êtes au bon endroit. Ce podcast vous dira tout ce qu'il faut savoir pour bien choisir une chaise gamer et ainsi éviter de dépenser votre argent inutilement dans des chaises bas de gamme ou ne correspondant pas à vos besoins. Vous en désirez encore plus et souhaitez avoir accès à de multiples comparatifs et encore plus d'informations ? Rendez-vous sur <a href="https://www.chaise-de-gamer.fr">https://www.chaise-de-gamer.fr</a>
By Thomas Langeliers
“Lær Norsk Nå!” is a podcast for the intermediate Norwegian learner (B1-B2) who wants to listen to authentic Norwegian spoken in a clear and slow manner. Transcriptions for the episodes are easily available at the website for the podcast, providing textual support for the spoken material. The podcast deals with many different topics including history, culture, science, literature, the Norwegian language and more; this provides the learner with a range of different topics in Norwegian, leading to ample opportunity to improve one’s Norwegian. It is also a fun and engaging way of learning!
By Marius Stangeland