It’s Radiothon week! And, we blow out the week with three great interviews! Firs tup, the “voices” of VeloVoices, a great on line pro-cycling site join us from the UK and from the States. Then, we go to Boston to talk with Carlos Perea about his work for World Bicycle Relief. And, finally we have a scholarly discussion with Professor Matt McNees about his new book Sport Philosophy Now.
In this inspiring edition, host DB Hegler dedicates the show to Black History Month, sharing the stories of two inspiring, local African-American women, Yvonka Hall and Donna Dabbs.
In this spirited edition of the Jake & Joe Show, the boys field several questions from listeners. Jake and Joe weigh in on the Pro Bowl and NHL All-Star game, problems with the NBA, parity in college basketball, and reminisce about favorite and worst sports memories. A can’t miss episode.
Julia talks with Pam at the University Heights branch about technology programs for kids.
My first guest, Hugh Walton, holds 12 gold medals and was the force behind world famous Pearl Izumi. It’s a GREAT conversation with an industry veteran. Then, Brian Davis, whose 4 Kickstarter campaigns have been fully funded almost as soon as he launches them, talks about his inspiration, his process, and even shares his success.
Episode 14 – Jan. 30, 2016 – “Oh, The Nerdy Places You’ll Go” The one where the guys talk about the David Blatt / LeBron James shenanigans, discuss how terrifying UFC figthers can be, debate a quarterback at #2 for the Browns and nerd out over binge watching things. Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216. […]
In this classic edition of Minding Your Business, host DB Hegler talks about an important topic in business — women in the workplace. To dive into the topic, she consults guests Yolanda Lamar-Wilder, Jennifer Burge, and Ariane Kirkpatrick.
Returning from a lengthy holiday break, the boys dive right back into it with a fun show discussing the Browns, Lions, AFC and NFC Championship games, and the Super Bowl. Jake & Joe also discuss the fouling problem in the NBA, the problem with the Cavs, and the NHL playoff outlook.
This week we learn about the library’s Centennial Art Competition for students K-12.
Episode 13 – Jan. 23, 2016 – “Welcome” The one where the guys make it to the FM dial, talk Cavaliers basketball (unaware the world was about to change) and interview Fred Greetham (TheOBR.com) and Spencer German (105.5 The Team in Rochester). Follow the guys on Twitter @SportsGuys216.