UTR: Nice Girl CEO

  We all know that, when it comes to business, it’s a “dog-eat-dog” world… or is it?  Does it really require the aggression of an MMA fighter and disconnected emotionless ‘logic’ of

Improving Literacy In Children

Two decades, one million kids, and 2500 school visits later, GoKidGo Founder Patrick Carman—New York Times bestselling author and writer of 40 children’s books published in 23 countries with five million copies

UTR: TeeVee

  If you want a well-done update on the latest episode of a science-fiction TV series accompanied by sound analysis, check out TeeVee, produced by The Vidiots.  Eric and Jason are the

UTR: Faithfully Playful Parenting

  Podcasting has a singular advantage to terrestrial radio: the ability to precisely customize a format for your audience.  A shining example of this is Playfully Faithful Parenting by Joy Wendling. She

UTR: My Year in Mensa

  Mildly amusing and quite clever—a good synopsis of the sometimes-funny-but-always-intriguing My Year in Mensa. This is another example of a show that falls under comedy simply because the host is a

UTR: Midlife Schmidlife

  What does a mother do when she hits that half-century mark? If she’s Liz Applegate, she hosts a podcast for other people finding themselves older than 40 and wondering what’s ahead

UTR: The Flowerland Show

  Harken back to days of old—at least for some of us—when actual radio shows kept us company after dinner.  From the opening refrain of “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” and

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