慢速中文 Slow Chinese is a cultural podcast for Chinese learners. If you are learning Chinese and are curious about China, you’ve come to the right place! They are personal narratives by native Chinese people, they are read in Mandarin at a slow speed (2~3 characters per second). Topics vary from language, knowledge, tradition and culture to opinions on social phenomena.<br> <br> We are a team of enthusiastic people and are devoted ourselves to revealing the authentic China in its own language. However, we are not professional Chinese teachers. We do not guarantee the correctness of word choice or grammar. But we do guarantee that we are 100% Chinese.
By 慢速中文 Slow Chinese
Law School Expert, Inc. empowers and educates prospective law students about everything related to law school admission and the law school decision. Ann Levine, chief consultant and president, is the author of The Law School Admission Game (Amazon's bestselling law school guidebook) and The Law School Decision Game. The Law School Expert Blog is read by nearly 200,000 law school applicants each year.
By Ann Levine
Resonant Frequency: The amateur radio podcast was created to help get information on amateur radio out to the new ham and the ham that wants to find out about different aspects of the hobby they are thinking about trying out. We will be bringing guest on different aspects of ham radio in the coming weeks. So sit back have a drink and enjoy. Richard KB5JBV has been an Amateur radio operator since 1988. He is currently an Assistant Section Manager, Official Observer, Official Relay Station, Official Emergency Station, VE Technical Specialist for the ARRL in the North Texas section. Richard is also an ARES AEC and RACES assistant radio officer for the city of Mesquite, Tx.
By Richard KB5JBV
From arthritis and bird flu to vaccines and zoo animal health, Dr Mark Cleasby (Dr Matthias Kleinz - on episodes 1 to 20) and his colleagues will give you an insight into the work conducted at the UK's largest veterinary school. In bite size interviews with experts you can find out how the Royal Veterinary College, the University of London's vet school, is pushing the frontiers in veterinary medicine and basic science. Recent episodes include: Immune-mediated diseases and the role of Regulatory T cells in dogs and humans, Strategies for prevention of MRSA infections in animals and humans, Anal furunculosis in dogs, Hot topics in animal locomotion research, Immunological Tolerance of Pregnancy in the Mare, Human Filarial Diseases, Surgical Treatment of Heart Valve Disease in Dogs, Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses – degenerative neurological diseases of humans and dogs, Wildlife Reservoirs of Disease and Tuberculosis, The Bovine Tuberculosis Epidemic, Virology/Epidemiology of H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu), Endothelial Dysfunction and Cardiovascular Disease, Lactation curve modelling in dairy cattle and sheep, and Current and Future Trends in Veterinary Education and the Profession.
By The Royal Veterinary College
Collective Worship / assembly resources for school children aged 5 to 7, from BBC Learning, primarily for use in school. Presented by Ben Faulks and featuring opportunities to join in with singing, focused listening and a time for reflection or prayer. Programmes available on Tuesdays with new episodes added the same day each week during term time. Programme duration: 15 minutes.
By BBC Radio