This is a collection of songs for those I love, those I've loved and lost and a few songs just for fun, enjoy!
Our special guedts for FACT013 are longtime CHIRP favorites NE-H!I The band joined us in our factory studio building to record this exclusive live session, featuting songs from their brand new ablum Offers on Grandy Jury records. The Chicago quartet is made up of Alex Otake on Drums, Jason Balla on Guitar, James Weir on Bass, and Michael Wells on Guitar. This session was recorded on location at the CHIRP studio building by Mik
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Offers /عروض Performed by Shahid NWA Guitar Will Simpson Violin Parissa Zarifi Music Saves The World Production
Sequel To Still Cippin
Composed as a part of The Incomplete Story, inspired by "Everything's an Offer" drawing by Gary Hirsch
This is the first single from our new CD, "OFFERS" is a fun, upbeat song.
Terry thanks Tim Gunn (of Project Runway) for being so forthcoming and candid about his troubled adolescence. Hear the full interview: http://www.npr.org/2014/02/05/271997689/tim-gunn-on-and-off-the-runway-life-is-a-big-collaboration
Last week, Fortune magazine published its latest survey of the 100 best companies to work for in the US. As I have never worked at any of them I can’t offer first hand corroboration of the rankings – though in 1981 I did try to get a job at Boston Consulting Group (rated number two in the Fortune list), but was rejected after letting slip in an interview that I had no idea what a learning curve was. | Originally publishe
$uicideboy$ - Now I'm Up To My Neck With Offers [Chopped & Screwed] By SUS PhiXioN Facebook facebook.com/susphixion/ Twitter twitter.com/SUS_PhiXioN YouTube www.youtube.com/user/IINoNPhiXioN Artists soundcloud @g59 Artists Youtube www.youtube.com/channel/UCU5AbNuMPGB491GcqXuzwKw
Security has had to be increased around the Xfm studio after breakfast show presenter Jon Holmes insulted One Direction and then challenged their fans to a fight.
Jackie Ashley, Rafael Behr, Michael White and Larry Elliott join Tom Clark to discuss the substance and style of a Labour party conference at which Ed Miliband re-introduced himself to the country Tom ClarkJackie AshleyRafael BehrMichael WhiteLarry ElliottPhil Maynard Oct 02, 2012
The best-selling love advice author reveals his top tips for those looking for love.
Hear some sounds and meet a tour guide from the interactive exhibit at Japanâ€™s UNICEF House. Apr 14, 2010
Hear some sounds and meet a tour guide from the interactive exhibit at Japanâ€™s UNICEF House.
How can pension contributions and student debt affect your mortgage offer? Also in this week's show, FT investment correspondent David Oakley talks about the man taking over at Invesco, and Elaine Moore discusses the impact of Lloyds' restructuring on retail investors
Gentleman's Club owner and Ladies Man Peter Stringfellow heard about Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon's Pole Dancing success and called to offer them a job.... well, offered Lisa a job anyway. And not for the 1st time! Listen to what happened...
UNICEF correspondent Blue Chevigny reports on the views of UNICEFâ€™s Chief of Education, Dr. Cream Wright, on the issue of school-fee abolition. Apr 17, 2006
In this week’s address, the President offers his warmest greetings as millions of Americans prepare to celebrate Easter, and recounts the Passover Seder he hosted at the White House earlier this week, joining Jewish families around the world in their celebration.
President Obama uses his weekly address to mark a sacred time for the millions of Americans celebrating Easter and Passover, and he calls on everyone to use this time to reflect on the common values we share as a nation. The President says that this is a chance to embrace loved ones, give thanks for our blessings, and help those less fortunate as we celebrate our individual traditions as well as the thread of humanity that con
UNICEF correspondent Blue Chevigny reports on the views of UNICEFâ€™s Chief of Education, Dr. Cream Wright, on the issue of school-fee abolition.
Today's question comes from Will, who hopes to convince his podcast guests to provide offers for his audience. The problem is that he doesn’t have an audience yet. How should he get started? I share how I would go about finding offers for my podcast audience. Do you have a question about podcasts? Record it at http://www.askpat.com/. Thanks to today's sponsor, AWeber. Your email list is your most valuable asset—get start
The 2014 Environmental Index ranks countries on high-priority environmental concerns, including air quality, water management, and climate change. The Index, which includes 178 countries, reveals that the world is doing well on improving drinking water and sanitation. Progress in these categories tracks the concerted pursuit of the Millennium Development Goals, which have clear targets, strategies, and metrics for assessment
The International Monetary Fund has launched the first in a series of free online courses for those interested in furthering their economic education. One of the course’s instructors explains the benefits of raising the public’s knowledge about economics, and what he himself has learned from the creation of the course.
The Guardian film team’s round-up of today’s movie news