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Every Thursday in Podland, James Cridland, from Podnews in Australia and Sam Sethi, from Sam Talks Technology in the UK, join forces to review and analyse some of the weeks top podcasting news from around the world. They also interview some of the biggest names making the news. This podcast is sponsored by Buzzsprout, with help from Squadcast.
 
The podcast for entrepreneurs who put LIFESTYLE FIRST via passive online income, real estate investing, and increasing productivity. Join your host Flavia Berys as she interviews successful lifestyle solopreneurs and shares ideas to help you find the perfect balance between lifestyle, business, and self. Flavia Berys, the host of the LIFESTYLE SOLOPRENEUR podcast, is an attorney, marketing expert, and founder of several online academies. She's been featured in major media including BBC World ...
 
Rugby Podcast with a gallic twist (Warning: Strong French Accent from Veronique ;-) about the latest news about French Rugby; TOP 14, the 6 Nations & European Rugby, We have a chat with a Rugby guest each week & you learn a new French Rugby word too. Subscribe now to French Rugby Connections Podcast and don't miss out!
 
The world's most valuable emerging tech podcast. Learn from the experts in conversational AI, voice and chat. Automation is the future of business, get the knowledge you need, right now. From www.syntheticagency.co - the conversational AI agency. We drive customer experience through emerging technologies like voice, chat, AI, messaging, AR and IoT. Web, app, chat and invisible interfaces can digitally transform your products and services. Make your business fit for the next decade, create co ...
 
To save the world we need to change the story. Nature and the climate are in crisis. To survive we must use our most powerful tool - communication. Telling these stories can be difficult and dangerous. But done right they can change the world. Join environmental journalist Lucy Siegle (The Guardian, The One Show) and wildlife filmmaker Tom Mustill (Greta Thunberg/#NatureNow & BBC Natural History Unit) as they learn how to communicate better, from those who do it best. Legendary broadcaster S ...
 
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Where there's a will, there's a way! Six Nations leaders France will be without captain Charles Ollivon for Sunday's match against Scotland after testing positive for coronavirus along with four other players. A total of 11 France players from the 23 that faced Ireland in round two have now contracted the virus. Veronique Landew from the French Rug…
 
The markets rallied, led by video conferencing business Zoom which reported profits a long way above expectations, as we hear from independent investment consultant Peter Jankovskis. Plus, the largest power cooperative in the state has filed for bankruptcy protection; we get analysis from Jeremy Hill who's been following the story for Bloomberg.…
 
Texas's Brazos Electric Power Co-operative has filed for bankruptcy after winter storms. The firm says it's facing a $1.8bn bill as a result of last month's disruption, and Andy Uhler, energy reporter at Marketplace in Texas, explains the implications. Also in the programme, starting a week of special programming about mental health and the pandemi…
 
The Golden Globes has been in the news for all the wrong reasons, following exposés of The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, a group of 87 international journalists who vote on the awards; we hear from KJ Matthews, an entertainment reporter based in Los Angeles. The World Trade Organisation has a new boss in charge from Monday but press coverage…
 
Digital image transmitted in MFSK32 mode during the broadcast Live, off-air, recording of the broadcast of an hour-long segment of the North American Shortwave Association's Winter SWL Fest "Shortwave Shindig in Exile" session by WRMI, Radio Miami International, using a transmitter at Okeechobee, Florida, on 27 February 2021 from 02:00 to 03:00 UTC…
 
Image source: Gary Deacon Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Sarah Boucher, who shares the following recording and notes: ZD8VR Volcano Radio 1602 AM Closedown 5 May 1979/AFRTS Accession Island Sign Off Gary Deacon recorded [this audio]. It has end of jazz show, sign off announcement, station ID and incomplete GSTQ by local gender neutral band. Recei…
 
The US House of Representatives prepares to pass President Biden's $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package to help provide support during the Covid-19 Pandemic, we speak to the Wall Street Journal's Christine Peterson about what new measures the bill includes. Plus Pokemon hits 25, we find out just how the creature collecting game has kept everyone…
 
The Indian economy grew 0.4% in a year, after significant coronavirus-related declines. The BBC's Nikhil Inamdar in Mumbai talks us through how different sectors have performed. And we hear from Adar Poonawalla, chief executive of the world's largest vaccine maker, Serum Institute of India, about the role the company is playing in getting coronavir…
 
I had a great car ride with Ben Cohen, who was moving, philosophical, and recounted great stories of the rudimentary "toilets" used on the victory bus and the day he met Prince Harry stark naked! We talk about the rugby coaches who have inspired him and put him on the right track, after the tragic death of his beloved father. He channeled all his e…
 
Join James Cridland and Sam Sethi on this week's show INTERVIEW: - Michael Mignano - Co-Founder, Anchor / Head of Podcaster Mission, Spotify - talks about all the new announcements from this weeks StreamOn --- NEWS: Extended Spotify analysis by James and Sam Buzzsprout, Podbean, Spreaker and Captivate were all subject to a denial-of-service attack.…
 
The global semiconductor shortage continues to affect industries from computers through to automobiles. As President Biden signs an executive order to help look into the shortage, we hear just why there's a shortage and what can be done about them. Also in the programme, coronavirus-hit South Africa has unveiled its national budget for the coming y…
 
Live, off-air, one-hour-long recording of Radio Öömrang on 21 February 2021 beginning at 16:00 UTC on a frequency of 15215 kHz from a transmitter at Issoudun, France, operating at 500 kW and beamed to North America. Radio Öömrang broadcasts once a year on the occasion of the Biakendai to the descendants of immigrants from the island of Amrum. Öömra…
 
Coronavirus-hit South Africa has unveiled its national budget for the coming year. The BBC's Lerato Mbele in Johannesburg talks us through how tight the country's finances are, as it plans spending to help roll out Covid-19 vaccines. Also in the programme, women now occupy more than a third of the top jobs at the UK's 350 largest firms. We find out…
 
The UK Prime Minister has confirmed a review into whether the country should develop a vaccine passport. We hear from Professor Melinda Mills on the ethics and challenges of Vaccine Passports. Also in the programme, As facebook comes to an agreement with the Australian government over links to news articles, we ask who blinked first.…
 
The long-serving Saudi oil minister Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani has died in London aged 90. Mr Yamani was the public face of the 1970s oil embargo, and Julian Lee of Bloomberg, who worked with Mr Yamani at the Centre for Global Energy Studies in London, considers his legacy. Also in the programme, as the latest UK government figures show more young pe…
 
Shops, hairdressers, gyms and outdoor hospitality could reopen on 12 April in England under plans set out by the PM. From 17 May, two households might be allowed to mix in homes, while the rule of six could apply in places like pubs. It requires four tests on vaccines, infection rates and new coronavirus variants to be met at each stage. Prime Mini…
 
Authorities in Israel hope to identify the source of an oil spill that has hit its coast. Zafrir Rinat of Israel's Haaretz newspaper explains the background, and Dr Corina Ciocan, senior lecturer at the Centre for Aquatic Environments at the University of Brighton, assesses the scale of the clean up operation that will be required. Also in the prog…
 
A number of facilities are now able to reopen including gyms, hotels and synagogues but they require a "green passport", a certificate that can only be obtained once you have been vaccinated. But it's not all been smooth sailing as the BBC's Middle East editor, Sebastian Usher explains. One country to the north of Israel is Lebanon whose struggling…
 
The G7 group of the world's leading economies held a virtual meeting today to discuss the distribution of vaccines to Africa. We hear from Dr Mohga Kamal-Yanni, a global health expert with the People’s Vaccine Alliance. Vaccines aren't the only challenge in confronting coronavirus in Africa; many of the region's countries still don't have the venti…
 
Key players in the GameStop affair have appeared in front of a US Congressional Comittee. The price of the video game store's shares rose from less than $20 at the beginning of January to more than $350 in a matter of weeks. Politico's Nancy Scola tells us what we've learnt. Plus, Cary Leahy of Decision Economics in New York on the day's trading on…
 
Facebook pages of all local and global news sites are now unavailable and people outside the country are also unable to read or access any Australian news publications on the platform. Facebook is responding to a proposed law which would make tech giants pay for news content on their platforms; we hear from Bruce Ellen, President of Country Press A…
 
Join James Cridland and Sam Sethi on this week's show INTERVIEWS: - Kirt Debique the CEO & CTO from SyncFloor talks about their Songs For Podcasters music service. - Tom Rossi the co-founder of Buzzsprout talks about their support of Podcast Index and the new 'person' and 'location' tags coming soon. He also talked about Dynamic Content Insertion, …
 
Dan Luger, MBE, former RWC 2003 Cup Winner entertained me with his stories of his rugby road leading to the RWC 2003 as well as camaraderie forged during “Table tennis” games and boxing matches between Austin Healey and Brian O'Driscoll during the 2001 British and Irish Lions Tour. He highlights the importance of being prepared post-rugby and rubbi…
 
Google has agreed to pay Rupert Murdoch's News Corp for content from news sites across its media empire. Meanwhile, Facebook has announced it is banning the publishing and sharing of news on its platform in Australia. This follows moves by the Australian Government to make digital giants pay for journalism. We hear from Peter Lewis, Director of the…
 
International efforts are accelerating to save huge swathes of the Sahel - a belt of land running across Africa just below the Sahara - from becoming desert themselves. Millions of euros were pledged at a virtual summit last month, focused on creating what environmental activists have called a Great Green Wall. But why has a project that began 13 y…
 
Indy Blueprints specializes in Residential Design & Drafting for New Homes, Remodels, and Additions. Allen Brown has been designing and building custom homes since 1998. He designed the first L.E.E.D. certified home in Indiana(2007), and was the first "Passive House Certified Builder" in Central Indiana(2014).…
 
An increase in demand for iron ore has led to a sharp rise in BHP's profits, making the company the most valuable on the London stock market; BHP now expects China to churn out one billion tonnes of steel in 2021. So where is all that steel going? We hear from BHP's CEO Mike Henry and get additional analysis from Shaun Rein, a Shanghai-based busine…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Lee Herterich, who shares the following recording and notes: 1962 shortwave listening revisited. Shortwave listening tape recordings from 1962. Included are the BBC, Montreal, Italy, Radio Moscow, Austria and the voice of America. The recording begins and ends with the BBC's Holiday Music Hall. Receiver location: We…
 
In her own words "history was made" today when Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala became the first woman and the first African director general of the World Trade Organization. She tells us how she plans to reform the WTO and the importance of climate change. Also in the programme, the global economic cost of the Coronavirus pandemic will run into trillions of do…
 
This week, the Australian parliament will debate whether to force digital giants like Google and Facebook to pay newspapers and television stations for linking to their news and features. In anticipation of this, the owner of the Seven television network has announced an agreement with Google worth a reported $23 million a year. We hear from Shona …
 
Why is there no rush from the White House to install a new head of America's Food and Drug Administration despite pressures to roll out Covid vaccines? Also in the programme, Hollywood movie producers are losing big bonuses because new releases go straight to streaming services. Plus, a looming banking crisis in Poland over loans denominated in Swi…
 
Germany's government is said to have agreed a new law to combat worker abuses overseas. We find out what’s behind the move from Miriam Saage-Maass, vice legal director at the European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights. Also in the programme, the new African Continental Free Trade Area opened in January with the promise of transforming the …
 
The President of Microsoft, Brad Smith, says Australia's proposals that tech giants pay for news appearing on their services, strengthen democracy by supporting a free press. We hear more from Rebecca Klar, a tech journalist from The Hill. Plus, Cary Leahey from Decision Economics brings us the latest news from the financial markets.…
 
Join James Cridland and Sam Sethi on this week's show Interviews with: Jonas Leijonhufvud, the co-author of a new book "The Spotify Play" out this week, about how CEO and Founder Daniel Ek Beat Apple, Google, and Amazon in the race for audio dominance. Wayne Parker the co-founder of MapsFM, about the value and context of combining location with pod…
 
Think tank Carbon Tracker projects trillions of dollars of losses for major oil nations. Andrew Grant is Carbon Tracker's head of climate, energy and industry, and explains the basis of the predictions. And we hear how the countries involved plan to diversify away from oil, with energy analyst Cornelia Meyer of consultancy Meyer Resources. Also in …
 
It's not every day that you have a Rugby World Cup Winner and a British and Irish Lions former player on your podcast. Ian Balshaw, MBE comments on the prowess of Les Bleus and the off day for England at the opening of the 6 Nations weekend, reminisces his Rugby days in Bath, Leeds, Gloucester, lifting that iconic world cup in 2003 and his love of …
 
The original executive order from former President Trump demanded owner ByteDance divest its US operations because of national security concerns. He gave a 12th November deadline, which has already been extended twice. Any postponement could signal a softer approach towards Chinese tech giants from the new Biden administration. Susan Schmidt from A…
 
Robert Foster finds fulfillment in helping others discover their calling in life and turn it into a thriving career. He also speaks regularly on the principles that have helped him build extraordinary resilience to weather the storms of life and come out victorious. Robert has grown into a highly sought after inspirational speaker and life coach wh…
 
Share trading platforms are sometimes accused of encouraging amateurs to make risky bets. We meet some of the people engaging in share trading on apps like Robinhood, and hear from Bill Brewster, whose partner's cousin Alex Kearns took his own life when he thought he'd lost three quarters of a million dollars on the platform last summer. We also co…
 
The European Union may follow Australia in making Google and Facebook pay for news pages. We get the perspective of Maltese MEP Alex Saliba on possible new legislation. And we get reaction from the French Publishers' Association, which has already struck a deal for Google. Also in the programme, back in 2017 a fire ripped through the Grenfell Tower…
 
Many thanks to SRAA contributor, Tom Gavaras, for sharing the following recording and notes: Voice of America studio quality recording of shortwave coverage of Apollo 11. Starts with newscast on the status of Soviet Luna 2 orbiter that was also sent to the moon, Egyptian-Israel conflict at the Suez Canal, Organization of American States call for a …
 
Until now, only 127 professions in Cuba were allowed to have an element of private participation to them. The rest were controlled and administered by the government; that figure will be raised to more than 2,000 professions; we hear more from Will Grant, the BBC's Cuba Correspondent. Sales of classic cars have not crashed despite the pandemic, wit…
 
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