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The ChildHood Drama podcast was made by content creator Megan Albright about her childHOOD, life experiences, relationships, sex stories, drama, trauma, school, and much more. I've lived it, seen it and now I share it! You are welcome to watch my videos on YouTube (Megan Albright) if you prefer visuals and also follow me on social media @imeganalbright for some extra tea:)
 
Childhood Cancer Talk Radio promotes Awareness of this very real and prevalent affliction, providing a forum for conversation and advocacy in a growing community of affected families, de-mystification of the experience with personal stories, information and resources. Let us be your voice. We aim to help people connect and support one another, and be a voice for prioritizing our children in cancer research.
 
Childhood Ruined is a weekly (in theory) podcast hosted by a licensed psychologist, Michael Mallen, Ph.D., and a soon-to-be, certified school counselor, Chris Benefield, M.A. As two nerds on the north side of age 40, Chris and Mike talk about the things that made childhood in the 80s and 90s great - and how hobbies have changed over time.
 
This book contains verse for young and old. It is full of fantastic stories, breathtaking images, and brilliant rhymes. Including classics from "The Duel" to "The Delectable Ballad of Walter Lot," the author, a devout Christian, keeps his religious overtones to a minimum. When listening, please keep in mind that the text was originally written in the 1800s. -- Summary by Squid Varilekova
 
Hi, Chanel here. Tiffy and I call each other every day and have found that our conversations comfort each other and always stray back to our nutty childhoods. One day, Tiffany shipped me a microphone and told me to write down a list of memories that we’d only share once recording. And so, this little podcast was born. Will you learn scientific facts? NOPE. Is any of it backed by psychological research? NEEOOTTTT AT ALL. Is it deep? NATTA REELEEE. Are you going to be confused who’s talking be ...
 
Childhood, published in 1852, is the first novel in Leo Tolstoy’s autobiographical trilogy, which also includes Boyhood, and Youth. Published when Tolstoy was twenty-three, the book gained immediate notice among Russian writers including Ivan Turgenev, and heralded the young Tolstoy as a major figure in Russian letters. Childhood is an expressionist exploration of the internal life of a young boy, Nikolenka, and was a new form in Russian writing, mixing fact, fiction and emotions to render t ...
 
Childhood is the first published novel by Leo Tolstoy, released under the initials L. N. in the November 1852 issue of the popular Russian literary journal The Contemporary. It is the first in a series of three novels and is followed by Boyhood and Youth. Published when Tolstoy was just twenty-three years old, the book was an immediate success, earning notice from other Russian novelists including Ivan Turgenev, who heralded the young Tolstoy as a major up-and-coming figure in Russian litera ...
 
Since this series of books is intended for all young people from one to one hundred, it opens with about eighty of the old MOTHER GOOSE RHYMES. Nothing better was ever invented to tell to little folks who are young enough for lullabies. Their rhythm, their humor, and their pith will always cause us to prize them as the Babies’ Classics. Editors: Hamilton Wright Mabie, Edward Everett Hale, William Byron Forbush.(Gutenberg Text)
 
This show is for survivors, by survivors. Each week I'm joined by an inspiring individual who has overcome a traumatic childhood to go on to not only survive, but thrive. Sharing their story to help inspire you to overcome the lasting effects of your childhood trauma. You will find that you are not alone in what you are going through, and that no matter how difficult things are now, there is always hope that you can transcend your past and live the life you were meant to live.
 
Join host and a First Things First Champion for Young Children recipient, Marissa Calderón as she captures the journey of educators and advocates alike by highlighting their work through interviews and candid conversations, including best practices in the early education field. A practical listen and brain nugget for the early education practitioner, child advocate, parent and community alike. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
When it comes to technology are you an optimist or a pessimist? Are social media changing the way that children form relationships? How is technology changing the way that children think, and how will it shape the classroom of the future? The amount of technology available to children today is greater than in any previous generation, and it is more specifically designed to capture their imaginations. There is heated debate as to how the digital influx is shaping children’s development and ex ...
 
If you've heard and loved that delightful nursery rhyme/lullaby, Wynken Blynken and Nod you'd certainly enjoy browsing through its creator Eugene Field's Love Songs of Childhood. The volume contains some forty or more poems for children, which are ideal for read aloud sessions with young folks. Parents will certainly enjoy reading them too. Most of these poems have been set to music and are ideal for family sing-alongs too. Eugene Field was a gifted humorist as well as being a talented child ...
 
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Welcome back to the podcast celebrating growing up as a child in 1970's Britain and the part TV played in our childhood. It seems like not all of our listeners agreed with Oliver's choices of best TV ads of the 1970's so we're back with more commercials. They still feature plenty of alcohol, cigars, food and cleaning products but a few elements of …
 
We finally finished season 2! This week, we rewatched the much anticipated winner of our Loser Bracket, In the Army Now. We apologize for the delay...and also the first twelve minutes of the episode Ryan sounds like he is in another room. We hope you enjoy and we will be back in May with season 3!بقلم Ryan & Ashley
 
In this episode of the podcast celebrating growing up as a child in the UK during the 1970's we look back at gameshows. From the ultimate professional that was Bob Monkhouse in The Golden Shot and Celebrity Squares to the unlikely Nicholas Parsons in Sale of the Century we remember the unique British versions of US gameshows. Taking in The Sky's th…
 
In today's episode, I give you the tea about what I would do if I were to choose between Love or money. I've been poor and I've been rich. Rich is better! What would you choose?Welcome to ChildHood Drama with Megan Albright --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
In our latest trip back to Britain in the 1970's we remember the excitement and anticipation of television programmes aimed at schools. In the days before video recording, the logistics of getting the school tv to the right classroom, attaching the aerial and keeping your fingers crossed that the teacher could get it to work was a serious matter. O…
 
Welcome back to the podcast that celebrates growing up in Britain during the 1970's and the central role that TV had in our lives. In this episode, we look at how animals played a part in our lives and on the TV screen. Our host Oliver remembers a host of childhood pets including Flopsy the Rabbit, Henrietta the Hen (obviously), several goldfish an…
 
It's been a while, but we're back! We do a little reset on this episode to get back on our feet and ready to resume ruining our childhoods! Our podcast pal AJ from NO SLEEP: The Podcast joins us to discuss what we've been watching recently, and what movies we are looking forward to seeing in THEATERS this year. Take a listen, chicharrons!!…
 
If you think there's too much news available today with 24 hour rolling news channels, here's a chance to remember what TV News was like in the 1970's. As well as there being far less of it, it was something we all listened to and paid attention in case we missed something. We look at BBC and ITN news programmes and remember the heavyweight line up…
 
In the 1970s, Disney was expanding by hiring new animators like Tim Burton and John Lasseter and also alienating Don Bluth and a third of its junior animators. Nonetheless, it managed to make a beautiful film about how true friendship can survive anything but adversity. This episode's cover art was created by Wolfpupartz. Check out more of her ador…
 
Three experts and current leaders in their respective fields join us today to discuss their involvement with the Childhood Cancer Prevention Initiative, beginning with David Levine, CEO of the American Sustainable Business Council, an organization which recognizes that our current system of capitalism does not work for most Americans, and strives t…
 
Welcome back to the podcast which celebrates growing up as a child in 1970's Britain and the central part television played in our lives then. This week, we're looking back to the BBC's Sunday Classic Serials where many of us got our first taste of Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, E Nesbit and even James Fenimore Cooper. Do you remember Arthur Lowe as…
 
Spring is right around the corner. For some of us that means bicycling is back. This episode was made in hopes of conjuring up your own memories of learning to ride a bike and the independence that cycling brought you. Do you remember your first bike? This episode discusses the difference between people that remember their first bike and those that…
 
A few years ago I described CAR T-cells, but they weren't available for routine use. I now update things, with the very important news about CAR T-cell therapy now becoming available. There is also an interview with Dr Caroline Bateman re this subject in another episode.بقلم Dr Geoff
 
I sit down with Stargate Pioneer of GonnaGeek.com to discuss his history with The Rescuers and a thorough discussion of all the people who died right after this movie. I'm sure this movie wasn't cursed. Sure of it. This episode was recorded with help from the Craig Chat Bot. My theme music was composed and played by Shawn Rudolph of Let Music Be. S…
 
Dr. Ray Takigiku (founder and CEO) and Dr. Richard Curry, Medical Affairs Consultant at Bexion Pharmaceuticals discuss BXQ-350 and the 2 phase II adult clinical trials coming up as well as a phase II for a pediatric brain tumor, a potential breakthrough treatment. Additionally, other clinical and non-clinical data suggest BXQ-350 has activity in CN…
 
Mr Benn is Fifty! This episode of the podcast celebrating growing up as a child in 1970's Britain and the TV that sustained us looks back at the adventures of the man from 52 Festive Road. Starting with the Red Knight, through adventures as a Caveman, a Cowboy, an Astronaut and many others, Mr Benn is an Everyman for our generation. Devised by Davi…
 
This week, I dive into the beginning of the Dark Ages of Disney. In the middle of the Bronze Era, we have a story about 2 mice rescuing a child from an abusive, horrible woman, but it's set with overtones of women's lib and international cooperation. This episode's cover art was created by Linz. Check out more of her work on her Instagram. My theme…
 
This edition of Childhood Cancer Talk Radio gives a personal look at the landscape of childhood cancer advocacy over recent years, between parents of children afflicted with brain cancer. For this, I have the honor of sharing conversation and perspective with fellow advocate Jonathan Agin, whose participation in the childhood cancer community spans…
 
Like many other things we've discussed in this podcast, Sundays were a bit different in the 1970's. Shops were all closed, pubs only open for a few hours, if at all and the TV schedules had a range of religious programming including the BBC's Songs of Praise and ITV's slightly glitzier Stars on Sunday. There were also religious programmes for child…
 
A number of countries have research studies where childhood cancers are analysed in great detail, testing all the DNA in something called 'molecular profiling'. The national Australian study of this is called PRISM, and it is a very exciting project. This episode explains a molecular profiling project and covers issues of obtaining informed consent…
 
Today we begin our episode with a grounding exercise that goes off the rails. We sing Hilary Duff, celebrate white rabbit candy and haw flakes, and try to understand why, as children, we used to be obsessed with filling out fake paperwork. Most importantly, we process and reflect on violence against Asian Americans and hope you’ll listen and send i…
 
I sit down with Dylan Lincoln of Plot What Plot podcast to talk about the many life lessons that Winnie the Pooh gave us and the many that we learned in school that were never useful. Content warning: There's a brief mention of adult themes and we think Winnie the Pooh wouldn't be friends with racists. You shouldn't either. This episode was recorde…
 
If you ever reflected on your childhood and wondered why your parents did certain things, this may be the episode for you. If you are a parent of adult age children and you wondered how certain misadventures impacted your kids, this may be the episode for you. Mom and Bobby make what has become a regular visit to participate in the discussion. For …
 
Today's show is a recap of recent advances in childhood cancer advocacy and reiterates the basic facts about childhood cancer for which we strive to provide a worldwide platform for awareness at Childhood Cancer Talk Radio. As co-founder of DIPG Advocacy Group, host Janet Demeter is in a unique position to share the latests developments for childho…
 
Does your choice of Saturday morning TV shape your future life? In Swap Shop or Tiswas? we look at how the BBC and ITV targeted their young audiences. Did you side with Noel Edmonds and Maggie Philbin or did you prefer Chris Tarrant and the lovely Sally James? And why did groups of office workers from Dudley volunteer to be locked in a cage to be "…
 
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh has the unique honour of being the only package film released after the wartime era, being the last feature-length film that was personally worked on by Walt Disney, and it has the first work the studio completed without any input. It's hard to tell which of the stories here has more turmoil, the story of A.A.…
 
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