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 The Talk of Gasoline Alley : Talk of Gasoline Alley May 24, 2013 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:46:08

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Historian Donald Davidson answers your questions of a nostalgic nature about the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on 1070 The Fan. The program airs live from 8-9pm on weeknights and 6-8pm on weekends throughout the month of May, with daily episodes available on this page.

 PTSD 101 Curriculum : Complementary and Alternative Medicine | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 41:39

This course describes complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and its use in the United States and by Veterans, as well as the VA/DoD Guideline Recommendation for the use of CAM for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The presenter also reviews the literature relevant to CAM for PTSD and provides information related to special considerations for using CAM. Includes discussion of yoga, acupuncture, meditation, diet, herbal supplements and other vitamins, equine therapy, service dogs, therapy dogs and other non-traditional treatments. Presenter: Stephen Ezeji-Okoye, MD

 Radiolab : American Football | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 74:00

Today, we tackle football. It’s the most popular sport in the US, shining a sometimes harsh light on so much of what we have been, what we are, and what we hope to be. Savage, creative, brutal and balletic, whether you love it or loathe it … it’s a touchstone of the American identity. Along with conflicted parents and players and coaches who aren’t sure if the game will survive, we take a deep dive into the surprising history of how the game came to be. At the end of the 19th century, football is a nascent and nasty sport. The sons of the most powerful men in the country are literally knocking themselves out to win these gladiatorial battles. But then the Carlisle Indian School, formed in 1879 to assimilate the children and grandchildren of the Native American men who fought the final Plains Wars, fields the most American team of all. The kids at Carlisle took the field to face off against a new world that was destroying theirs, and along the way, they changed the fundamentals of football forever.  Correction: An earlier version of this episode included a few errors that we have corrected. We've also added one new piece of information.  The piece originally stated that British football had no referees.  While this was true in the earliest days of British football, they were eventually added. We stated that referees were added to American football in response to Pop Warner. American referees existed prior to Pop Warner, in order to address brutality as well as the kind of rule-bending that Pop Warner specialized in. Chuck Klosterman said that the three most popular sports in the US are football, college football and major league baseball. In fact, baseball actually ranks 2nd, college football is third. Monet Edwards stated that 33 members of her family were players in the NFL. That number is actually 13.  We also added one new fact: over 200 students at The Carlisle Indian School died of malnutrition, poor health or distress from homesickness.  The audio has been adjusted to reflect these corrections.

 Exposure With Stefan Mcmill... : What is The Exposure Podcast? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 0:00:50

Exposure is a podcast where online content creators can come to talk about themselves. It is also a place where we get to know more about the people behind the content we love. From the smallest and newest content creators to the oldest and most popular, we strive to put a spotlight on a side they get to show often. We also do other segments and discuss an array of internet related topics, from viral videos to advice to creating content; we hope to give our listeners a little bit of everything.

 Reaching Your World with Lu... : Peace in Transitions | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Life is full of transitions. Some are welcomed. Perhaps you’re getting married to the love of your life, or growing your family. But what about those unwelcome transitions born out of turmoil or mourning and grief? Some transitions are thrust upon us when we least expect them. I’ve had friends suddenly lose a child or grandchild in a tragic accident or through a long illness. The transition into life without that loved one is never easy. But God is faithful. He promises in His word that He will “never leave you, nor forsake you.” This life is a life of change and transitions. We’re always adjusting! So where can we find peace? Where can we put our hope? We can put our hope in an unchanging God whose promises are true and whose love is strong! We serve a GOOD and powerful God. When we realize that, we can face even the most tragic, horrific circumstances. I’ve heard it said that the only thing we can expect in this life is the unexpected. With all that uncertainty, our powerful God really is Good News Himself. Share this glorious news with someone today. Can you imagine facing the shifting sands of this life without the solid rock of Jesus Christ? I sure can’t.

 All India Bakchod : All India Bakchod - Episode 18 (Government Special) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:02:06

This is a very special episode of AIB in association with the Ministry of Broadcasting - Government of India. The government has shown special initiative in promoting comedy in this country and this co-production is another step in broadening those efforts. Get our BRAND NEW T SHIRT "Fuck Off Bro" directly from www.redwolf.in/bakchod. "Being Gandu" t shirts also fresh in stock. Go ahead and get yourself one and support the podcast! For more details - log onto facebook.com/Indiabakchod or follow us on Twitter at @thetanmay, @gkhamba or @AllIndiaBakchod

 Apostolic Vault : Brad Lambeth -Children Of The Devil | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 58:08

Rev. Brad Lambeth -Children Of The Devil - East Coast Conference 2013

 Podcasts for Breastfeeding : Breastfeeding for Mothers of Premie Infants | File Type: audio/x-m4a | Duration: 00:19:26

In 1989, Stephen Feher and colleauges created a relaxation recording to help mothers of preterm babies make more milk. The group studied 71 mothers, who were randomly assigned to the receive the recording or usual care. Mothers in the study group were advised to listen to the recording once a day. One week later, mothers expressed a sample of milk during a visit to the hospital. Those in the relaxation group expressed an average of 3 ounces of milk, compared with just under 2 ounces for the usual care group. The study report is available online at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov.libproxy.lib.unc.edu/pubmed/2642620 . In 2011, Feher re-recorded this guided relaxation in digital format to make it widely available for mothers who are pumping milk for babies in intensive care.

 All India Bakchod : All India Bakchod - Episode 18 (Government Special) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:02:06

This is a very special episode of AIB in association with the Ministry of Broadcasting - Government of India. The government has shown special initiative in promoting comedy in this country and this co-production is another step in broadening those efforts. Get our BRAND NEW T SHIRT "Fuck Off Bro" directly from www.redwolf.in/bakchod. "Being Gandu" t shirts also fresh in stock. Go ahead and get yourself one and support the podcast! For more details - log onto facebook.com/Indiabakchod or follow us on Twitter at @thetanmay, @gkhamba or @AllIndiaBakchod

 Super Professor's Podcast : Super Professor Interview Timothy from BELIEVE UNIVERSAL | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 656

Super Professor Interview Timothy from BELIEVE UNIVERSAL

 7 jours sur la planète : vi... : Des relations franco-allemandes sous tension | File Type: video/mp4 | Duration: 1:42

Des relations franco-allemandes sous tension

 All India Bakchod : Feat. Baba Sehgal - Episode 25 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:02:04

AIB hangs out with the one and only Baba Sehgal. We discuss what it meant to be India's first rapper, his song Kunjam Control, people making fun of him on Twitter and lots more. It's Baba like you've never heard him before.

 Revelation Bomb : The RevCast Part 46 (Bible Phrases That Aren't Biblical...Part 2) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:43:40

"But the bible says!...oh wait, that was just my grandpa.." Not sure if those words belong to Jesus or uncle Frank? Fear not. We're here to help.

 Podcasts - Law Express : Criminal Law - December 2012 update | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 04:37

Criminal Law - December 2012 update

 ConsciousSHIFT with host Ju... : KASHA SLAVNER / THE GLOBAL SUNRISE PROJECT 04/16/14 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 55:25

What does it mean to be a global citizen? 15-year-old filmmaker Kasha Slavner is traveling the world this Spring to document the answer to that question, by filming people who wake up every day with a desire to make the world we live in a better place, not only for themselves, but for their communities and all life that shares this planet. At 8 years old - after seeing Craig Kielburger, the founder of Free the Children, give a talk on the work of his organization - Kasha decided she was ready to start making a change in the world. Kasha became quite active very quickly - joining social justice clubs, raising funds for issues she was passionate about, and participating in campaigns for a variety of charities. In March, 2013 Kasha was selected as a youth delegate by the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace to attend the United Nations for the 57th annual session on the Commission of the Status of Women. Now, Kasha is taking a giant leap to make a difference by starting The Global Sunrise Project and convincing her mother, Marla, to let her take a semester out of school to travel the world using her love of photography, film and change-making to create a short documentary and book on global citizenship. The duo is seeking support and funding from others who believe in the project, through their Indiegogo Project for the documentary - "The Sunrise Storyteller©" - which will focus on stories of hope and resilience where people, despite what challenges they may face, are doing good things to make a difference in their own lives and in their communities - people who are "being the change they wish to see." She and her mom, Marla, will begin their 6-month trip this Spring. They will experience a completely different side of life from what they’re used to in their home of Toronto, Canada — the adventure will take them to corners of the globe where life isn’t always so easy, and they’ll be living out of one small bag with just a few changes of clothes. Kasha's mom, Marla, believes all of this experience is part of what she calls "educaring" for Kasha - which goes beyond just a traditional education. Join Julie Ann as she hosts both Kasha and Marla on ConsciousSHIFT, to explore the choices we each can make to positively impact change.