Kids And Family Podcasts
Loki the talking cat's video blogs. You never really know what this orange kitty will talk about next because he's a sweet, sarcastic sci-fi geek and his sister is a zombie. They do more than nap and play when the "hoomans" are out of the house. Part animation, part live action, suitable for all ages, new episodes every two weeks, sometimes more often.
By Pet Serrano
TeenNick, the 24-hour TV network exclusively for and about teens and tweens. TeenNick connects its audience to the electricity and possibilities of teendom, anytime and anywhere, with original series and ever-popular favorites like Degrassi, Zoey 101, the 90s Are All That, and more!
Hoots, Snorts, Laughs, and Giggles abound in The Big Book of Dan Author and humorist Daniel C. DEWLIK invites readers to take their heads out of the box to enjoy this collection of witty, satirical essays about everyday life written from his own uniquely fresh and brainy perspective.
By Daniel C. Dulik
Emerging from their hidden lair in the sewers, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles visit the surface for the very first time and confront the wondrous and hostile world of New York City! They immediately face a group of thugs attempting to kidnap April O'Neil and her father Kirby. Failing miserably to rescue Kirby, the band of reptile brothers promise to help April find her father, and together, they learn the importance of working as a team. When the Turtles come upon a mysterious canister of mutagen, they realize the mystery of their existence is much bigger than they ever imagined. Now, with the proper ninjutsu training, and Leo as leader, the brothers are ready to face their worst enemies, including a race of extra-dimensional aliens known as the Kraang, a vast army of ninja warriors known as The Foot, and of course, the evil and ruthless Shredder.
The Autism Show is an educational podcast online radio created for autism parents and educators. This is a weekly interview show allowing leading autism advocates, authors, educators, and organizations to share their inspirational stories and best resources with the global autism community. Listen to a new episode every Tuesday for support, resources, facts, entertainment and inspiration for autism parents, educators and practitioners working with children on the Autism Spectrum. Topics include behavior therapy, autism apps and other topics related to autism spectrum disorders.
By AutismShow.org Catherine Pascuas
A show for moms who are committed to making an impact in the world. This is our story of personal journeys through hardship and challenges and how we take those to make the world better. We support mothers. We talk about current events, stories of interest, and the hard stuff that make us "real". We are moms determined to make the world a better place - a place where moms support each other and judge LESS. We hope to open up dialogue, make you think about topics in a new way, introduce you to people you might never connect with, and show your children how to be future leaders.
By Lose the Cape
This podcast explores the emotional and spiritual transformations associated with becoming a mother. Amy Robbins-Wilson leads the search for wisdom that used to be provided by a nearby grandmother or sister. This show celebrates the profound joy and love that we moms share but it does not shy away from the difficult aspects of motherhood. Is mothering wonderful? Yes. But the post partum period is also exhausting and overwhelming. This show offers new moms comfort and inspiration during those trying times and beyond. Topics include both an honest examination of the transformational issues of new moms and constructive ways to deal with them. These issues include the devaluation of motherhood in our society, the impact of geographic fragmentation on new moms and their families, the new relationships mothers must form, and the spiritual impact of becoming a mom. Parenting tips and advice are sometimes included but our focus goes beyond childcare to delving into our souls as mothers. We explore mothering as a spiritual practice and a transformational journey. Host Amy Robbins-Wilson holds masters degrees in Expressive Arts Therapy and Ritual Song and Chant Performance. She is the Lullaby Lady at Lullaby-Link.com and is the Mom's Choice Award winning author of Transformational Mothering - A Prayerful Companion for New Mothers. She is also an award winning recording artist who has released three CDs including Lullaby and Goodnight - 33 Lullabies for Babies, Circling and The Divine Hours of Motherhood - Lullabies and Prayers for Mothers and Babies. Her website and blog can be found at AmyRobbinsWilson.com. This podcast is designed to be entertainment and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. The opening music is a clip from the Ballyeamon Cradle Song and the closing music is a clip from the song Vessel. Both are from Amy's CD The Divine Hours of Motherhood - Lullabies and Prayers for Mothers and Babies.
By Amy Robbins-Wilson