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Best Oak Tree podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Oak Tree podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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An inside look into the wild world of silent movie cowboy William S. Hart... as narrated by his horse! This is a fascinating (if fictionalized) behind-the-scenes look into the wild, action-packed world of a Hollywood cowboy and stuntman. TOLD UNDER A WHITE OAK TREE is a charming children's book that not only gives us a fanciful account of Hart's career as Hollywood's premier western hero, but also tells a rousing adventure story of his exceptional (if somewhat smart-alecky) equine companion, ...
 
Ever wondered what happens when you fill a cello with bees? Or how robins have successfully colonised the outer-reaches of our universe? Or why the world is destined to be populated purely by female turtles? This podcast celebrates nature and the stories of those who care deeply for it. Join artist and actor David Oakes for a series of informal, relaxed conversations with artists, scientists, creatives and environmentalists as they celebrate the beauty of the natural world and how it inspire ...
 
Welcome to the audio podcast of Harvest. Harvest is lead by Pastor Bray and Diane Sibley and their family. We hope that these podcasts give you faith, hope, and encouragement throughout the week. To learn more about Harvest visit theharvest.us.
 
Heath Oakes is a millennial mogul whose Ignorance on Fire led him to fail his way to success. Jenny Anchondo is an Emmy-award winning journalist whose sharp eye and biting wit have led to her storied career in television. Together, they tackle today’s headlines in way only an odd couple with a dash of perfect opposite can. So kick back, relax, and join the conversation. This is Second Shot, with your hosts, Heath Oakes and Jenny Anchondo. ------------------------------------------- On Second ...
 
This is a folk tale of how the first tree came into being. It tells of a hero Winfried with his young companion stepping boldly into the pagan right of the passing into winter. He preaches the gospel of Christ and His birth on that night; then from the heavens came a miracle that resulted in the salvation of the people. To celebrate, they brought new life or the Christmas tree into their homes. (Summary by Penny Ann)
 
One great universal law runs through the realm of nature. Our Saviour gave it in a sentence: 'First the blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the ear.' It is with the desire to show that the same law rules in another of God's creations—The Bible—that this little volume has been prepared. The Bible has as literally 'grown' as has an oak tree; and probably there is no more likeness between the Bible as we know it to-day and its earliest beginning, than we find between the mighty tre ...
 
One pleasant summer day, as the fairy-tale lover sat reading a book beneath the low spreading branches of an oak tree, he heard a hum of wings, and looking up startled from his book, he discovered the Fairy Goldenwand standing close by. "Are you still seeking new fairy tales?" said the Fairy Goldenwand. "Yes," said the reader. "Will you write them down if I tell you some really new ones?" said the Fairy. "Oh yes, indeed," said the reader. "And I'll put them into a book;..." "Oh, that will be ...
 
If you aren't getting what you want, it's because you think you know who you are. But do you? If you did, you would be getting what you want. What stops most people from knowing who they really are is the fear of failure, rejection or being called out as a fraud. So a person says, "I'd rather stay ignorant of my Life Purpose than know it and fail to do it." Even if you are successful, this podcast is for you if you know there has to be more - more soul satisfaction - rather than boredom, dep ...
 
When podcast producer Dave Pickering is approached by his dad with a mystery from the life of a long-forgotten friend, he decides to investigate it in the only way he knows how: by having conversations. Mark Sullivan, who went missing 15 years ago, has been found dead. His body still has the arm he should have lost in a car accident and seems to have died eight years before he disappeared. In a series of 12 episodes, Dave tries to uncover this mystery through conversations with Mark’s family ...
 
In a time when a King ruled England, and his knights rode into battle for glory and honour, a monster, the Bad, roamed the land, waiting for a chance to take power. The Bad had no real shape, but it had a purpose, and that was to feed on anything, then defeat the King and his army. The King asked the myths, legends, and folklore of England for help and all answered his cry. Led by an elder of the Faery folk, Elder Perennial Swallowtail, the mythical creatures joined the King's army to create ...
 
Join Michael as he leads Christopher, Bartholonude, Benedict and Hamilton on a quest for redemption, discovery, and blood. This comedy-horror D&D 5E adventure will leave you questioning everything you heard, and wondering what is coming next.
 
We Share The Same Sky is an intimate portrait of family history that tells the stories of two young women—Hana as a refugee who remains one step ahead of the Nazis at every turn, and Rachael, her granddaughter, on a search to retrace her grandmother’s history. Presented by USC Shoah Foundation, this seven-part narrative series explores how the retelling of family stories becomes history itself and how acts of kindness during war can echo across generations.
 
Ellen Zachos and C.L. Fornari help you discover the amazing world of plants: in the garden, in the wild, and on your plate. They show you how to grow plants successfully, how to enjoy your natural surroundings, and how to make the most of your harvest, whether it's cultivated or foraged. (Spoiler alert: they don't always agree!) You'll find three different topics in each episode, plus email questions from listeners.
 
‘The Forsyte Saga’ is the story of a wealthy London family stretching from the eighteen-eighties until the nineteen-twenties.To Let is the third and final book in the saga (although Galsworthy later published two further trilogies which extend the story). We are now in 1920, about twenty years since Irene married Young Jolyon and gave birth to John and since Soames married Annette, who gave him a daughter, Fleur. The two sides of the family have not met since those times and John and Fleur d ...
 
The Drury Outdoors 100% Wild Podcast is hosted by Matt Drury and Tim Kjellesvik. Each episode features top hunting experts from across the country answering your most pressing hunting-related questions. Tune in each week to hear their latest triumphs and failures from the field, insider info on the outdoor industry, and the always entertaining Wildlife Word segment. Subscribe for free on any podcast platform and catch the video version in DeerCast, or our DODTV YouTube channel.
 
Hi, I’m Vincent McMahon. I’m originally from Ireland, but I have spent the last 3 years living in the Cilento region, one of the most biodiverse regions of southern Italy. I am passionate about how we as individuals, communities and corporations can be custodians of this beautiful earth on which we live, and ensure it’s health and well being for many generations to come. I have over 30 years business consulting experience in health care, systems strategy and IT. I have lectured on Informatio ...
 
Naturalis Historia (Latin for "Natural History") is an encyclopedia published circa AD 77-79 by Pliny the Elder. It is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman empire to the modern day and purports to cover the entire field of ancient knowledge, based on the best authorities available to Pliny. The work became a model for all later encyclopedias in terms of the breadth of subject matter examined, the need to reference original authors, and a comprehensive index list of ...
 
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DeDe McGuire, often called the "hardest working woman in radio" went from a radio station reception desk to hosting her own syndicated radio show, in dozens of markets across the country. BUT.... it wasn't a fluke and it wasn't luck. In this episode, DeDe discusses how visualization, intention and crazy hard work helped her rise to the top of her i…
 
In this episode, we joined by a legend in presentation skills, Patricia Fripp. Patricia is an incredible authority on presentation skills, an award-winning speaker, and an incredible speech coach that can help you on how to present yourself in a way that grows your business and your life. She has helped launch some of the biggest names in the busin…
 
Wondering if your zucchini can cross with the neighbor’s pumpkins? Want to know about planting where a tree used to grow? Ellen and C.L. talk about those topics plus finding inexpensive plants for shade and curling tomato leaves. :37 True or False: Zucchini can cross with pumpkins so that you get weird fruit. 3:11 Eat/Drink/Grow: Why a plant might …
 
Ever wonder how Mark grows and keeps big bucks on his properties? Making his debut on the show this week is Mark’s right hand man, Wade Robinson! Wade will take us through the principles and tricks he uses to produce mature whitetails year after year. Learn his strategies and apply them to your own areas! Watch every episode of the podcast on DeerC…
 
Episode 33: Albizia julibrisson is one of my new favorite trees. Commonly called The Tree of Happiness, Persian Silk Tree, and Mimosa, Albizia is native to Asia and a member of the Fabaceae family. I love its pink puffball flowers, gorgeous fragrance, whimsical nature, and potent medicine. To learn about Albizia, I spoke with Community Herbalist an…
 
Episode 33: Albizia julibrisson is one of my new favorite new trees. Commonly called The Tree of Happiness, Persian Silk Tree, and Mimosa, Albizia is native to Asia and a member of the Fabaceae family. I love its pink puffball flowers, gorgeous fragrance, whimsical nature, and potent medicine. To learn about Albizia, I spoke with Community Herbalis…
 
In this episode, we have another legend, an amazingly mesmerizing leader and person altogether, Dr, Nido Qubein. Nido is the president of High Point University. He's written a lot of brilliant books and has been featured so many times. He's the recipient of some of the highest national awards ever given, including the Distinguished Americans Award,…
 
WARNING: This podcast contains adult content. While most episodes are family friendly, this podcast contains content that is not suitable for young children. In this episode, we take a Second Shot at sex trafficking and discuss the reality of its prevalence in every zip code in America. We also discuss the theories about major US companies, like Wa…
 
Hear about two cocktails that use edible flowers, learn about the ways vines support themselves or climb structures, and discover how to tell which flowers are male or female on your summer squash. Plus we answer a listener’s question about fall vegetable plantings. :45 What’s For Dinner: Flower Power Summer Cocktails 6:08 Eat/Drink/Grow: Vines – h…
 
As kismet would have it, it’s WORLD OYSTER DAY! Before we found out oysters even had their own day, we wanted to celebrate these slippery salt-water molluscs because it turns out, when gathered together, they’re quite amazing and could provide natural solutions to many of mankind’s biggest environmental problems. Familiar voice, friend of the show,…
 
It’s a major development in the 31-year history of Drury Outdoors and you’ll get the details on how it happened, first-hand, directly from the guys! Tune in and hear how Mark, Terry, and the rest of the team are elevating their archery experience in this new era! Watch every episode of the podcast on DeerCast and subscribe to the audio version of t…
 
You might know Chef Kent Rathbun from Iron Chef or from his well known restaurants like Shinsei, Lover's Seafood Market, or Rathbun Curbside BBQ. But what you might not know is that his business and life perspective got a remarkable Second Shot, when he almost lost his life in an ATV accident. In this episode, Kent talks business... and how this ne…
 
Ellen and C.L. give ideas for making your outdoor office (or Zoom Room) greener. We talk about the maintenance of daylilies, and answer a listener’s question about controlling mosquitos. :32 Your Outdoor Office: Still working from home? You need greenery. 4:47 Eat/Drink/Grow: A Deep Dive into Daylilies. 16:58 Love Letters and Questions: Paul asks i…
 
Wondering how and when Mark and Terry finalize their summer deer season prep? Tune in this week as the guys discuss food plots, stand/blind details, and see where you should be with your prep too! Listener Staff Sargent Burnett has a question for the boys on how close to setup a stand on rubs and scrapes and the Wildlife Word is real lip curler! Wa…
 
In this episode, we are with another incredible and mesmerizing guest, Don Hutson who is a ‘number one bestselling author’ that has written so many amazing books like The One Minute Entrepreneur, and The One Minute Negotiator. He has won many awards and is a Hall of Fame speaker. Don has also worked with a lot of the Fortune500 companies has been w…
 
“Bats are awesome and endlessly fascinating” - and it’s a good job too, because this is the second part of a two-part conversation all about the flying mammals! After rain stopped play last week, this in-depth conversation with Prof. Kate Jones (UCL’s resident bat expert and Harrison Ford worrier) picks back up by pitting megabats against microbats…
 
Episode 32: Meet the broad and beautiful Amaranth family in this episode with farmer and seed saver Andrew McMillion. Andrew shares his experiences propagating and growing Amaranth and tells us about his favorite members in this low maintenance and resilient family including: Orach (Atriplex hortensis), Caucasian Mountain Spinach (Hablitzia tamnoid…
 
Episode 32: Meet the broad and beautiful Amaranth family in this episode with farmer and seed saver Andrew McMillion. Andrew shares his experiences propagating and growing Amaranth and tells us about his favorite members in this low maintenance and resilient family including: Orach (Atriplex hortensis), Caucasian Mountain Spinach (Hablitzia tamnoid…
 
Kristen Geez is the founder of the mentoring program, Advising Generation Z and the author of "Pretty Girl Crew." By all accounts, she seems to be a vessel for change and positivity. BUT, it wasn't always that way. She was a bully as a teen. So much so, she was headed for incarceration if she didn't make a change. In this Second Shot Sitdown, she s…
 
In this episode, a legend visits us and shares his wisdom on life, success, our belief system, and how to earn more money! We have no other than, Bob Proctor. Bob is one of the most successful and well-known and beloved personal development gurus that are alive today. He's written so many books and produced so many programs. He is at the top of his…
 
Hear how to use all the summer squash from your garden, learn about the new foraging calendar from Amber Lotus Publishing, and listen to Ellen give her top plants for foraging in the Midwest and Northeast. In our main segment we’ll talk about why a plant might change growth habits, or develop different foliage and flower colors. 1:30 What’s for din…
 
Originally from the Dream Season cast, JJ Kolesar and Kyle Lamore have been around Drury Outdoors for a long time. The guys are full-time teachers, yet still find time to manage their properties and kill big deer. How do they do it? Tune in and find out! Watch every episode of the podcast on DeerCast and subscribe to the audio version of the show o…
 
Part Indiana Jones, part David Attenborough - and a real live descendant of Charles “Origin of the Species” Darwin - Professor Kate Jones is a professor of ecology and biodiversity at UCL. A previous recipient of the Leverhulme award, she spends a LOT of time researching the relationships between animals and humans, in particular keeping an eye on …
 
Lashell Nelson is a VP of Digital Experience at Citibank. She's also a Big 10 Conference Football Official. In this episode, she shares how she skyrocketed to success in this profession and became the first black woman to hold this position in the Big 10 Conference. Like Second Shot? Want to send us some feedback? Email us at secondshotcast@gmail.c…
 
In this episode, we are with a spectacular guest! Dr. Fred Moss is one of the groundbreaking psychiatrists in the world. He calls himself the non-diagnosing psychiatrist who is really changing the conversation around mental illness and how we take care of people. Fred got us powerful insights to think about and to start using it to greatly improve …
 
Wondering why your salad, broccoli or radishes are flowering? Thinking that the houseplants you put out for the summer aren’t looking fantastic? Learn about attractively arranging houseplants outside, summer orchid care, what “bolting” means in the veggie garden, and a good time to transplant a tree. :30 Plant Noob: Why some vegetables “bolt” 8:53 …
 
In this episode, a wonderful guest Brian Tracy joins us to speak about how one great idea can change the world. He also talks how being persistent and not giving up on your ideas can lead you to greater and better opportunities. He's a world renowned author who's written a lot of books which helped a lot of people to become successful themselves an…
 
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