Three rabid Eagles fansï¿½ season ticket holders past and present. We get together each week and talk about our favorite pro football team in typical midnight green and silver style. Each has our own perspective on being a fan.````Eric and Chuck live in South Jersey and have season tickets together, and Todd now lives in L.A. We talk about the normal ups and downs, being a fan wherever you are, traveling to games, tailgating, being there, being away, the players, the atmosphere, the coaches and, of course, that dream.
We are the leader in providing a vehicle for the author to talk to the reading audience and the audience to hear what the author has to say. Join in and listen to the most fascinating discussions with "cream-of-crop" writers about current and social issues, finances, self-improvement, romance, mortality and much more.
By Inside Scoop Live
This is the audio version of In-Training, the #1 model railroading newsletter with over 4000 subscribers. Scott Mason shares his tips, tricks, and techniques that have made the Building Craftsman Structures DVD series so popular. Joining Scott on the show are model railroad great Dave Frary, Doug Foscale of FOS Scale Limited, and Jimmy Deignan of www.craftsmankits.com.
By The Scotty Mason Show
Welcome to the Mouse Lounge! A weekly podcast featuring Disney entertainment and business news, live audio from Walt Disney World and Disneyland, and "From the Vault" presenting terrific archival audio from Disney motion pictures, television, radio broadcasts, and Disneyland Records.
By Pixie Dust Productions presents...
Listen to stories of Kansans -- some famous, some infamous and some just average folks -- that are contained in documents preserved by the Kansas Historical Society Library and Archives. The letters, diaries, and other documents featured in the biweekly "A Kansas Memory" podcasts provide fascinating glimpses into the past by sharing the words of the people who lived through these events. The documents used in our first series of podcasts are part of Territorial Kansas Online, a virtual repository of primary sources from the Bleeding Kansas era, 1854-1861. The URL for the web site is www.territorialkansasonline.org. Visit www.kshs.org to learn more about the programs and services of the Kansas Historical Society.
By Kansas Historical Society, Library and Archives