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For more than a decade, Youth Radio has been highlighting young people's stories, passions, and struggles through broadcasts on local, national, and international outlets. Now, with the advent of technology, Youth Radio-TV productions can be downloaded directly to your desktops and iPods via vodcasts. From documentary storytelling, to first person narratives, to youth reporting on politics and culture, Youth Radio-TV explores the lives of young people through a fresh new lens. Visit our website, www.youthradio.org, for more features, stories, podcasts, video podcasts-- and to listen to our web radio station. You can also find our web radio station on iTunes Radio under the Eclectic, Public and Urban categories.
Steve Paulâ€™s Puppet Music Hall emerged from a two season run in New Yorkâ€™s East Village featuring a new community of puppets and singer-songwriters, be they new breakout stars, eccentric critical favorites, established masters, or humorous downtown characters.
This podcast is for nuclear medicine professionals and PET professionals This is one of the worlds longest running medical podcasts. Direct link to itunes ITUNES LINK Please email suggestions for topics, offers of interviews, bouquets and brickbats. firstname.lastname@example.org The Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Medicine Podcast is a podcast covering nuclear medicine and molecular medicine. It began in 2005. It is non-commercial and its content is largely interviews with clinicians, radio-pharmacists, physicists, and technologists and other professionals associated with nuclear medicine, PET imaging and therapy. The interviews cover clinical, research and technical developments, as well as equipment and pharmaceuticals. Examples of Interviews published having been acquired at ICNC, EANM and IAEA and other meetings. References ^ Avison; Burniston (2006). Nucl Med Comm 27: 475–476: 475–476. ^ Williams, Robert; Gnanasegaran, G.; Martin, J. (March 2007). "A complimentary internet based journal for the future-will this help support continuing professional development?". Nuclear Medicine Communications Volume 28 (Issue 3): A33-A34. ^ Williams, Robert; Nunan, Thomas (2010). "The nuclear medicine and molecular medicine podcast. Multimedia continuing professional development". J Nucl Med 51: (Supplement 2):1051. ^ "ICNC Amsterdam". ^ "European Association of Nuclear Medicine". ^ "IAEA pet meeting".