What drives people in Europe – politically, socially and culturally? How do Europeans lead their lives? What are their views, hopes and fears? Focus on Europe, a program from Deutsche Welle, provides the answers. This show presents genuine stories about the lives of real people –from the Polish blacksmith to the Finnish air traffic controller, from a British […]
This program features a conventionally trained physician (Christian O’Neil MD) exploring the world of alternative approaches to healing and wellness. Each episode begins with an interview of an alternative health care practitioner. Prior to each interview, Dr O’Neil personally undergoes the healing therapy being featured. Thus, the audience is able to actually observe the therapies being practiced rather […]
This show is simply about the history of television, the technology and how television was accepted way back in it’s infancy. With each show, we try to supply you with a synopsis of what each show was about along with some historical information as well. Our goal is to expose you to samples of some […]
Host Lisa Bien is joined by Temple student Tracey Yatsko, who suffered a concussion when she was 17, and Dr. Michael Sachs, an associate professor in the Kinesiology Department. Tracey discusses her experiences with diagnosis and recovery, and Dr. Sachs shares his knowledge of the symptoms, effects, and misconceptions about concussions.
A half-hour weekly show produced in Douglasville, Georgia with the railroad enthusiast in mind, which covers railroad operations over the last half of the 20th century across much of The United States.