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David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com
 
In each bite-sized, daily episode of Before Breakfast, host Laura Vanderkam shares a time management strategy or an answer to a listener’s schedule question. How can listeners make the most of their time, both at work and at home? The mission is to give listeners practical tools to feel less busy and get more done.
 
Comedian Jen Kirkman who has had life-long Panic and Generalized Anxiety Disorder brings her life-lessons, humor, and hope to a show that’s about normalizing having anxiety so that we go from whispering dramatically, “I have anxiety” to saying out loud with a shrug, “Yeah, I have anxiety.” Jen will interview experts with anxiety be they PhD’s, creatives, or spiritual gurus for advice on how to self-diagnose, begin to treat, and how to live easily with everyday anxiety and panic – and at the ...
 
Short, bite-sized conversations with indie hackers that have started small, profitable and bootstrapped businesses. You'll learn how they come up with ideas, what they do to validate, find those first customers and make a sustainable income. Episodes every Tuesday and Friday.
 
If you’re interested in true crime, you’re undoubtedly familiar with infamous names like Ted Bundy, Casey Anthony, and JonBenet Ramsey. But you also know that there are thousands of cases of murder and mayhem that don’t get the attention they deserve. Bite-Sized Crime is a weekly podcast that highlights lesser-known cases in the world of true crime. Get your true crime fix on your lunch break with bite-sized episodes just right for your schedule.
 
Created as a joint effort between medical and dietetics students, this podcast consists of short (10 minute) talks covering topics on nutrition, health, and wellbeing. Supported by The Ohio State University Innovation Studio (https://nursing.osu.edu/offices-and-initiatives/office-innovation-and-strategic-partnerships/innovationstudio)
 
Welcome to Bite Size Seminary, a podcast where we discuss issues in biblical studies, theology, ministry engagement, and following Jesus. New episodes every other week will dive into the biblical text, discuss resources, book reviews, and interviews. It's hosted by JC Schroeder, an instructor at The Ezekiel Project School of Evangelism and a ThM student at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary.
 
Did you ever expect being the parent of an adult child would be so difficult? Introducing "Bite Your Tongue," a look at exploring that next chapter in parenting: building healthy relationships with adult children. From money and finance to relationships and sibling rivalry, we cover it all. Even when to bite your tongue! Join me, Denise Gorant, and my co-host Dr. Ellen Braaten, as we bring together experts, parents and even young adults to discuss this next phase of parenting. We will chat, ...
 
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Interview with Roger Q. Mason Playwright of Lavender Men @ Skylight Theatre in Los Feliz. Enter the historical fantasia of Taffeta, a self-proclaimed “fabulous queer creation of color,” as she invades the private world of Abraham Lincoln to confront issues of LGBTQ+ inclusion and visibility that still challenge us today.August 6 – September 4,2022 …
 
[edit recast settings] Disagreement about moral status is at the heart of many issues in practical ethics. In this bonus episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast (originally released on Bioethics Bites) Jeff McMahan, in conversation with Nigel Warburton, explores some of the questions surrounding the status of a human foetus, non-human animals, and …
 
“It’s been said there are three kinds of people in the world, those who can count and those who can’t count.” So reads a sentence in the book Innumeracy in the Wild: Misunderstanding and Misusing Numbers, published by Oxford University Press in 2020. The author of Innumeracy in the Wild is Ellen Peters, Philip H. Knight Chair and director of the Ce…
 
Today we speak with Kerrie Lee Brown, the author of the book My Heart, My Self: A Guide for Women Who Do Too Much. Are you a people pleaser? Do you do too much and neglect yourself? This episode is for you. Does it relate to building healthy relationships with your adult children? You bet it does. Taking care of yourself and your health and learnin…
 
Derek and Noah take A Bite Of Ms. Marvel Episode 4: Seeing Red. Kamala and her mother travel to Karachi. Kamala joins up with mysterious new allies Red Dagger. While learning about her powers the ClanDestine come crashing in. Sacrifices are made and Kamala travels back in time! ____________ Thanks for listening to A Bite Of don't forget to rate and…
 
We do love AWS, but sometimes we have to admit that it’s not always a silver bullet. There are definitely use cases where it might be worth considering alternatives to AWS. In this episode we will discuss some of these use cases and try to highlight what are the advantages that other platforms or services can have over AWS in very specific circumst…
 
Join Tek, Nutty, and Marc as they dive into the tech we expected to be here in the future, and what surprised us and came out of nowhere. You can now support Nutty Bites by donating to the Patreon campaign, through paypal or … Continue reading → The post Nutty Bites 218: Future Tech aka Where’s my Hoverboard? appeared first on NIMLAS Studios.…
 
Hosting guests for a cannabis infused meal can seem intimidating but it doesn't have to be. Whether you're a home cook wanting to invite your friends and family over for an infused meal or a chef interested in experimenting with culinary cannabis, Chef Brandon shares his secrets to hosting a memorable experience. The Set & Setting is important for …
 
Why do people exercise compulsively? Can you consider movement as a sensation to help you connect with your body instead of punishing it? How can you heal your relationship with exercise? In this episode, I discuss exercise and eating disorders with Amy Gardner. We reflect on the ways exercise can positively and negatively affect people's lives. Si…
 
Industrial processing has long helped to improve the shelf-life and stability of food, allowing it to be consumed out of season, and stored without a refrigerator. It's also been used to enhance taste and texture and create magical sensory experiences like with Cool Ranch Doritos. Without knowing it, many of your weekly items are likely highly or u…
 
Wolf Takes A Bite is John Wolf and Devin Gray's show where they dive into all things: cryptic, conspiracy's, paranormal, aliens, and all ideas and stories that are out there. You never truly know what they will talk about it and which view they will be discussing each week...mostly because they do not know how it will go either. One thing is for su…
 
Fishing with green lights from a boat. When slot reds run the surf, STAR Tournament update - and make sure those holiday fishermen are registered., Why you mad, bro? Booking a guide on short notice -- buyer beware? WWSD? WWCD? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Audacy
 
In the second part of the Vagus Nerve series, Jen talks to Deb Dana, LCSW, author & and one of the founders of the Polyvagal Institute about how everyone - even people without anxiety, need to learn how to regulate their nervous systems for better relationships in all area of life, what is polyvagal theory and how it plays into our daily life, and …
 
This week Fi is recovering from Covid, so Laura is joined by her soul sister and all round wonderful human being Ciara Daly. Ciara is publicly known as one of Ireland's best MUA with a booming business empire but there is much more to her than meets the eye. Ciara opens up with a tsunami of wisdom about dating in your 30s. 40s & beyond, her incredi…
 
Today on the menu; BLT Salad. The ladies talk about different types of bacon, Jen shares her unexpected encounter, and Yvonne talks about her new homesteading venture. BLT Salad Ingredients 12 slices lean center cut bacon, cooked and chopped 4 Roma tomatoes, chopped 1/4 cup light mayonnaise, I use Hellman's 1/8 tsp kosher salt fresh black pepper, t…
 
After an extended break to allow our massive team to shift its attention to our most recent podcast series, Kino Quickies, we return to Soho Bites with the 1948 murder mystery, It Happened in Soho. It’s safe to say, the film had a very small budget and doesn’t have the highest of production values but it does boast a major star, Richard “Stinker” M…
 
Sometimes getting out the vote feels overwhelming, especially for introverts and neuro-diverse individuals. Renee and Susan give their tips and tricks to finding your niche during an election. Places that need your help this election. Links: The New Rural Project https://www.newruralproject.org Down Home NC https://downhomenc.org/ The New North Car…
 
When the body of a young woman is found in the bay, Texas authorities must find out who she is and what happened to her. What they uncover is a complicated web of violence and hatred. If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship, please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or text START to 88788. Episode tran…
 
Ceri Yates shares how she tried and then ditched the toxic diet culture before finding her own way to successful, sustainable weight loss. You’ll love her story in this episode of A Healthy Bite. (The podcast player is located at the bottom of this post; you can also listen on iTunes or Spotify!) Ceri shares a glimpse of what it was like to dip her…
 
Episode 009 of the Less Barking More Biting podcast En este episodio, platicamos con Rodo Ibarra y Julian Gonzalez acerca del release de la pelicula Escocia no es un banco entre otras cosas, Julian entre sus muchos proyectos es miembro fundador de la banda de punk de culto Los Nuevos Maevans y del festival de musica independiente mas importante en …
 
In this week's episode we are back to talk about politics just in time to catch the news of a decent chunk of the Victorian Cabinet Ministry abandoning ship only a week after the government suddenly and unexpectedly ripped most of the vaccine mandates off without so much as a whiff of a presser. Adam Bandt removes Australian flag. Ministers abandon…
 
In this episode I review Rebekah Eklund’s Practicing Lament published by Cascade Books. She argues that the whole Bible is filled with laments and yet it is a genre that the church has little familiarity with. But God has given the laments of Scripture as a path forward through pain and suffering in order for him to bring healing. 📄 You can read a …
 
Episode 58: Funky Fluids To take a break from the summer heat, Sabrina, Will, and Kiersten don their floaties and take a dive into some space fluids. Sabrina plays in the sandbox of granular instabilities, explaining how solids can behave like fluids. Then Will teleports everyone to a planet with an ocean where you’re guaranteed not to get a sunbur…
 
Happy Solstice witches! This month Liz is talking all things vinegar, including the 4 thieving kind. Hanny is covering the topic of Winter. Vinegar Resources: Mazza, S., Murooka, Y. (2009). Vinegars Through the Ages. In: Solieri, L., Giudici, P. (eds) Vinegars of the World. Springer, Milano. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-0866-3_2 Johnston, C. …
 
We're baaack! Starting August 3rd, 2022, we’re launching an all-new podcast that dives into real-life love stories throughout history and pop culture. From Old Hollywood to royalty to modern-day flings, in each episode, we’re overanalyzing famous couples of all kinds. Listen to our teaser to learn more about our giveaway, which is open until our fi…
 
Jim Price is the Chief Executive Officer of Empower, an independent creative media agency. Jim is a media visionary and engineer of trust, spearheading the media industry’s first fully transparent programmatic buying solution, ClearTrade. He serves as a Board Member for the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, ArtsWave, the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamb…
 
In this episode, Chris takes a look at the legend of 'The Chained Oak' near the village of Alton, in Staffordshire. Around 1821, it is believed that the Earl of Shrewsbury fell victim to a beggar woman’s curse after he shunned her appeal for charity whilst he travelled home to Alton one night. ‘The Chained Oak’ tree still stands as a symbol of this…
 
In this episode we discuss intermittent fasting in further detail. Highlights from this episode include a review of metabolism and insulin sensitivity, a breakdown of a recent New England Journal of Medicine article reviewing The Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Health, Aging, and Disease, and the effects of caloric restriction on your health. He…
 
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