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All they want is love. Everyone else wants their fortune. Based on historical research, As The Money Burns is a deep exploration into the lives of actual heirs and heiresses to some of America’s most famous fortunes and what happens when the Great Depression hits.A narrative podcast that explores history, psychology, and finance.
 
Monica Burns from the popular EdTech blog ClassTechTips brings you teaching strategies, tips and activity ideas. Each podcast focuses on how to make EdTech integration easy with a shout out to favorite EdTech tools for classrooms. Monica provides actionable, relevant tips for teachers so you can make this school year the best one yet! Join author, speaker, and blogger, Dr. Monica Burns for an EdTech podcast that helps take the stress out of integrating education technology into your classroom.
 
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This Podcast Burns Fat!

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This Podcast Burns Fat is the dedicated resource to helping you create lasting weight loss while optimizing your health. Loaded with cutting-edge interviews from the top experts in weight loss and weight management, This Podcast Burns Fat provides you with actionable and simple information to help you move forward and stay on track with your weight loss. It is our mission to help people make sense of the plethora of complex nutrition and science, including the conflicting information that is ...
 
George Burns and Gracie Allen was one of the funniest duos in the history of American comedy. Both came from vaudeville, where they performed from childhood, honing their skills. When they met and decided to work together, they created an act that is unforgettable. While their earlier shows continued their standup vaudeville act, they gradually transformed their format to create one of the earliest situation comedies. The two employed running gags, including George’s purported jealousy of Gr ...
 
See America through the eyes of award-winning documentary filmmaker Ken Burns with his new app, Ken Burns, available only on iPad. Burns talks with Stephen Colbert, host, writer, and executive producer of the Emmy Award-winning series "The Colbert Report," discussing the app, which reinterprets Burns’s iconic PBS documentaries—like "Baseball," "Jazz," and "Prohibition"— into visually stunning interactive learning experiences, designed with iOS 7 and the Retina display in mind.
 
Welcome to Thistle Glen! Hosted by the piano gal Shauna Burns, this is the place to find music, news, interviews, reviews, chitchat and other delicious items about her music and other magical musings including the new single Scarborough Fair. Her other albums are Violet, A Winter Gathering, The Moon and the Fire Circle, Anamnesis, Every Thought and Desert Tune. Find even more at www.shaunaburns.com
 
Scenes & adaptations from Eugene O'Neill Playwright Conference semi-finalist "The Raconteurs: A Story of George Burns & Gracie Allen by Lauren Milberger - a four-part series! Starring Lauren Milberger as Gracie Allen & Kevin Sebastian ("Marvelous Mrs. Maisel") Hosted by Stephen Tobolowsky ("Groundhog Day" "One Day At A Time") www.laurenmilberger.com/burnsandallenplaycast
 
Christy Turlington Burns, global maternal health advocate and one of the world’s top models, shares her experiences with Apple Watch — from completing the Kilimanjaro Half Marathon, to running her non-profit organization Every Mother Counts, to training for the Virgin Money London Marathon. Hosted by Jay Blahnik at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London.
 
Supported by a Wellcome Trust Public Engagement grant (2006-2008) in the History of Medicine to Professor Tilli Tansey (QMUL) and Professor Leslie Iversen (Oxford), the History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group at Queen Mary, University of London presents a series of podcasts on the history of neuroscience featuring eminent people in the field: Professor Burnstock returned to London in 1975, becoming Head of Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology at University College London and ...
 
Creatively discussing life, the known and the unknown, and everything that comes with it—all with a touch of drama, sarcasm, and a few other "isms." We'll dive into music, film, culture—you name it! Even radio theater and some fictional elements will be heard on this show; therefore, tune in!
 
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We’re all on our own paths in life, and sometimes, despite our best efforts, those paths can seem to twist and turn of their own volition. From uncontrollable factors like your birthplace, your family and your early years to the little decisions we make every day, there are an infinite number of different ways to go in life – and yet, still, many w…
 
How many times have you heard that a person is too busy to get fit? It is a common excuse many people make. Busy people have two fundamental problems when it comes to staying in shape. They don’t have a lot of time, and they need to have information that can be turned into actionable results. Without these, they won’t be able to make the changes th…
 
Do you listen to podcasts? In this episode, I share eight of my favorite tips for anyone listening to podcasts. These tips are perfect for teaching with podcasts, too. You’ll also hear how to apply these tips to your personal podcast listening practice, your classroom routine, or to share out with students and families. Show notes: https://classtec…
 
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Royal titles might be grand, but one prince proudly turns in his title to become an American citizen. Barbara Hutton’s cousin Helena McCann finally has her debutante ball while others adjust to their new situations. Elder Princess Obolensky remains in mourning over her daughter. Grand Duke Kirill Vladimirovich tries to re-establish the Romanov thro…
 
The epic metal podcast - The Fire That Burns. A podcast focusing on power, symphonic, folk, pagan, viking and black metal. For fans of all metal with a taste of fantasy! Welcome epic metalhead to the world of epic metal here in The Fire That Burns. Podcast #25 is out now and in this special podcast your epic metal host, Søren Weiss, takes you on a …
 
Many of us learn at an early age that sex is a dirty word – a subject that belongs in the space behind closed doors – and some would say it’s precisely this attitude that has created our warped relationship with pornography and sex in general. With its distinct absence of consent, candid conversations and good sexual values, it’s little wonder that…
 
In this episode, Dr. Erin Chaparro joins to chat about the benefits of using Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) with students of all ages across the subject areas. You'll also hear how to use visual thinking strategies in your classroom plus how to access free virtual and augmented reality resources to make this happen! Show notes: https://classtecht…
 
In this episode, Jackie Smalls, Vice President of Social Impact Coalitions at Discovery Education, joins to discuss why equity in STEM education is critical for our future. You'll hear how educators can be intentional about equity and STEM with the free, high-quality digital curriculum resources available from the STEM Careers Coalition. Show notes…
 
There’s no doubt that the pandemic has been a uniquely challenging time on a global scale – similar, in many ways, to a mountainous hike with no visible end point. Perhaps one of the biggest challenges has been learning to climb together and follow the same guiding star, despite our different views and preferences. For medical professionals, there …
 
In this episode, we’ll explore how using animated videos with students can spark curiosity, provide background knowledge, and act as an exemplar for their own creations. You’ll also hear ten reasons to use animated explainer videos with your class plus how to access my free ebook with more than double the reasons! Show notes: https://classtechtips.…
 
One of the most essential and overlooked minerals around is magnesium. Magnesium is a critical player in hundreds of bodily functions, so it comes as no surprise that it plays a role in weight loss. Unfortunately, for a majority of us, we are grossly deficient due to the fact that magnesium isn't as readily available in our food supply as it once w…
 
In this episode, educator and author, Dr. Florencia Henshaw, joins to discuss how teachers can avoid getting overwhelmed with technology. You’ll also hear her unique perspective of working with learners in teacher education programs as well as how to keep things simple and keep the focus on pedagogy. Show notes: https://classtechtips.com/2022/09/06…
 
► Subscribe to The Brendan Burns Show: http://bit.ly/thebrendanburnsshow Follow Brendan and hear more at: ► Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/thebrendanburnsshow ► Spotify: http://bit.ly/thebrendanburnsshowspotify ► Website: https://brendanhburns.com ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebrendanburnsshow…
 
On epsiode 34, I talk about a higher level of blindness, the type that robs us of the vision to see ourselves and to walk in our purpose. We often fail when we subscribe to the notions that others have for us. In short, when we look at ourselves through the lenses of others it robs us of our vision. I read from a 2015 narrative, where reflect on an…
 
Over the last fifty years, the medical establishment has supported the same rules for losing weight and staying healthy. Yet in that same time, obesity has skyrocketed. So it is only natural that after repeated failure, it's time to seek out an alternative approach to handle this epidemic. To make the case that Keto should be considered a solution,…
 
In this episode, Alan Bates, physics teacher and fan of Arduino Science Journal resources, shares lots of great tips and ideas about hands-on learning. You'll also hear about Alan's work in the classroom, tips for diving into STEAM this school year, and how Arduino devices can support your students. Show notes: https://classtechtips.com/2022/09/04/…
 
Wherever money resides, extortion and blackmail forever threaten the secrets and scandals one wishes to hide. Alas a mother’s work is never done. In Boston, Henrietta Hartford is sued by Mildred King, alleging she saved Huntington Hartford from a disreputable lady. Will Huntington’s marriage to Mary Lee Epling finally be exposed? Other people and s…
 
In this episode, I share some favorite tech-infused classroom activities to kick off the first weeks of school. You can help kids get to know each other and get familiar with EdTech tools at the same time. You’ll hear about my favorite tools for students to create lots of different projects across the content areas and cultivate their creativity th…
 
In this episode, Sean D'Arcy, VP of Kahoot! at school and home, joins to chat about the power of games in the classroom and how to make learning stick this year. You’ll hear about how students can play and create their own games this school year and how Kahoot! sets kids up for success by increasing engagement, communication, creativity and collabo…
 
In this monster sized episode held together with duct tape due to equipment failure, the boys dissect the gross parts of the entertainment industry, what to do when you're an aging clown, and vent on other frustrations. Also Burns tells his side of a battle with the guy from Wonder Years, and says goodbye to an old food friend. Uploaded from Mrs. B…
 
In this episode, Dr. Catherine Pearlman, author of First Phone: A Child's Guide to Digital Responsibility, Safety, and Etiquette, joins to discuss what to do before giving kids their first phone. You’ll also hear actionable tips for educators and families to consider, whether you work closely with families or help prepare students to navigate the d…
 
Losing weight is one thing. Keeping it off is a totally different ballgame. Sustainable weight loss is something that comes with creating lasting habits that promote healthy living that are easy to incorporate. So how can we create a template that we can fall back to that consistently keeps us in the shape that we want to be? To get to the bottom o…
 
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