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Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 90 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
A podcast by iOS developers for iOS developers, delivering news, tips, and rants for professional iOS/Mac developers, with something for enterprise and indie developers alike. Hosted by Darryl Thomas & John Sextro.
 
Licking Non-Vanilla is a sex-positive hour of talk about kink, sexual mores and writing dirty words. So pull up your favorite easy chair, a cup of hot cup of cocoa and the lube, and sail into the dark, sweet waters of all things naughty... on Licking Non-Vanilla, with your hosts Ralph Greco Jr. and M.Christian. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/licking-non-vanilla/donations
 
American Comedy Horror Story is a self-contained audio (comedy) drama. This season, grab some hot cocoa and a creepy doll as we follow mediums, Claire and Olivia, on their journey through "Orphanage." Will they survive? What happens during Sunshine Time? Exactly how many consumption jokes can two people make? All of the questions you're *dying* to ask shall be answered. Warning: There are multiple deaths throughout the season...some may or may not involve children and/or religious figures.
 
Tune into Passion Fruits Podcast as Daniel and Adam explore what makes people go from being a casual fan to a fanatic. From music bands to movie franchises, hobbies to books, and everything in between, they'll cover it all. Grab your cup of cocoa, and enjoy as they take a very serious deep dive into passion.
 
English screencasts about your favorite Mac and iOS apps.Our German Podcast is available on the website or the iTunes directory.Infos: Mac OS X Screencasts creates tutorials, software reviews bundled with free license giveaways or discounts for all kinds of Mac and iOS specific Software. Visit our website at: http://www.macosxscreencasts.com/Attention: Most of our videos are recorded in high quality. Unfortunately that means most of our videos won't play on an iPhone or iTouch Devices.
 
The Natural History of Chocolate being a Distinct and Particular Account of the Cocoa-tree, its Growth and Culture, and the Preparation, Excellent Properties, and Medicinal Virtues of its Fruit. Wherein the Errors of those who have wrote upon this Subject are discovered; the Best Way of Making Chocolate is explained; and several Uncommon Medicines drawn from it, are communicated. - Summary by D. de Quelus
 
This channel is no longer up to date. To listen to Rabobank podcasts, look for Rabobank on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or any podcast app or your choice. Visit far.rabobank.com for more information. Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe ...
 
A jolly romp, which could be perhaps be described as Gulliver’s Travels Through Our Solar System and Beyond, as written by a great admirer of C. S. Lewis, on a rainy Sunday afternoon, after one too many mugs of cocoa. Includes some thought on alien philosophies and how to apply them to moral and social problems here on Planet Earth.
 
A collection of eleven short nonfiction works in the public domain. The items included in this collection were independently selected by the readers, and the topics encompass history, conservation, philosophy, politics, religion and cooking. Included in this collection are Thomas Jefferson's first Inaugural Address, "Secession" by Alexander H. Stephens, "Of Truth" and the preface to "The New Organon, or True Directions Concerning the Interpretation of Nature" by Francis Bacon, John Donne's l ...
 
Heeeeey, here's your new favorite podcast, the Not So Kosher Podcast is the newest thing to hit the Twin Cities Jewniverse! Take a listen to fabulous interviews, as there's always fun happening at the Back Room Stewdios! Nussle up with your favorite audio device, a luscious blankie and a cup of spiked hot cocoa and open your ears to a bunch of s***!! I'll bitch and moan about whatever sounds exciting in my world, or yours. So lets rock this world together, come along for the ride, the ride o ...
 
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Ivory Coast and Ghana have added a premium to the cocoa price to boost farmers' incomes. The countries produce around two thirds of the world's cocoa, and Michel Arrion, executive director at the International Cocoa Organisation in Abidjan explains how the so-called Living Income Differential is expected to work. Becky Forecast of the Fair Trade Fo…
 
You're listening to The Twisted Ten Bringing you original and unique , Host created Top Ten Lists Recorded live on Florida's Space Coast With hosts Adam Poston, Josh Wilson, Ron Canniff and Tach Van Sickle The opinions and messages you hear on The Twisted Ten podcast is that of the hosts and/or their guests and does not reflect the opinions of the …
 
The Seychelles elects its first president from the opposition party since 1977. With a tourism-focused economy, the island nation has been devastated by the global pandemic. We hear about its concerns over food security in the larger context of African nations. The ‘final, final’ stretch of negotiations over the UK’s decision to leave the EU are ab…
 
In Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster, six performers from Battersea Arts Centre's Beatbox Academy interpret Mary Shelley’s classic novel from their own perspective; as young people growing up in 21st-century Britain. Using only their own mouths and voices to make every sound in the film, they explore how today’s society creates its own monsters. …
 
This week the boys talk more on accessibility based design with John and what he learnt from his recent Data Week, and Scotty's daily use of text size control. Scotty also shares his current work with redesigning the spending plan within MoneyWell and what decisions need to be made going forward with John adding his recent experience with money bas…
 
We analyse last night's US presidential debate from the perspective of work and money. David Taylor is with the Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association, which represents large and small businesses in the key marginal state, and gives us his reaction. And the BBC's Samira Hussain examines the key issues facing farmers in America as they decide wheth…
 
This podcast is the sound of a babbling brook. And we are here to talk with Liz about her passion and love for stream restoration and environmentalism. We get down into the dirt of Liz's job, how the current political climate has affected her job, and what heavy machinery she is licensed and trained to use. So take us to the stream... throw us in t…
 
US officials said the record settlement reflected Goldman's "central" role in a "massive corruption scheme". Goldman admitted it had fallen "short", calling it an "institutional failure". In all, the investment bank is due to pay about $5bn in penalties - about two thirds of its 2019 profits - to regulators around the world, to resolve cases that h…
 
Geeta Pendse presents Front Row live from Nottingham in a shared broadcast with BBC Radio Nottingham. In spite of virus restrictions, Nottingham Playhouse goes live for the first time since March this week with a season they're calling Notthingham Unlocks. We'll talk to the playwright and local James Graham about his brand new play, a lockdown roma…
 
The IMF calls Covid-19 an unprecedented health and economic crisis for sub-Saharan Africa. The BBC's Andrew Walker talks us through which nations are expected to be particularly badly hit. And we hear from prominent investor Zemedeneh Negatu of Fairfax Africa Fund, who says there are many reasons for Ethiopians to feel optimistic. Also in the progr…
 
The maker of OxyContin painkillers has reached an $8.3bn settlement and agreed to plead guilty to criminal charges to resolve a probe of its role in fuelling America's opioid crisis. Purdue Pharma will admit to enabling the supply of drugs "without legitimate medical purpose". The deal with US Department of Justice resolves some of the most serious…
 
Acclaimed violinist Tasmin Little announced her retirement from the stage recently. The musician is selling her beloved violin to focus on teaching. She will perform her final UK recital at London's Royal Festival Hall tomorrow night. We talk to her about her career, why she took the decision to retire now and her plans for the future.Covid has had…
 
Premier League football club Manchester United registered a $30m loss amid the pandemic. Kieran Maguire wrote The Price of Football and is a lecturer in sports finance at Liverpool University, and tells us what's behind the loss. Meanwhile, there is talk of Manchester United being one of the clubs in a proposed new European Super League. Tom Greatr…
 
The US government has filed charges against Google, accusing it of violating competition law to preserve its monopoly over internet searches and online advertising. The lawsuit marks the biggest challenge brought by US regulators against a major tech company in years. It follows more than a year of investigation and comes as the biggest tech firms …
 
A collaboration with the Aké Festival: leading black writers and artists discuss Black Lives Matter and related issues of this year in connection to their work. With Tayari Jones, Derek Owusu, Victor Ehikhamenor and Sara-Jayne Makwala King. The Aké Festival is the world's largest literary festival of black voices on black issues. Usually held in La…
 
Passengers flying from London Heathrow to some destinations will be offered a coronavirus test. For about $100, from today, passengers travelling to Hong Kong can take a test at the airport and receive a result within an hour, as the BBC's Tom Burridge explains. But Simon Calder, travel editor of the Independent newspaper, tells us that with no glo…
 
Coronavirus restrictions lead to tighter restrictions across Europe, the latest being Ireland, where a full national lockdown has been announced. Plus, Pakistan lifts its ban on the app Tik Tok - journalist Mehmal Sarfraz explains how the app helped poorer people find new avenues to make money. And we hear about the long decline on the stock market…
 
Nicole Kidman talks about starring in new thriller The Undoing. A therapist's life unravels after she learns that her husband might be responsible for a horrific murder. Left behind in the wake of a spreading and very public disaster and horrified by the ways in which she has failed to heed her own advice, Grace must dismantle one life and create a…
 
Belgium and Italy are among the latest countries to tighten restrictions over Covid-19. As cafes, bars and restaurants close for four weeks in Belgium, we get reaction to the move from Steven Rosseel of the Belgian Restaurants Association. Silvia Borrelli, Milan correspondent for the Financial Times, explains the changes being put into place in par…
 
Season's Eatings- Count Chocula & Boo Berry This Week in Geek- Top bucket list movies to see before you die, Green Lantern HBO Max with focus on several Green Lanterns, Marvel's Thunderbolts comic book getting a reboot, new animated Christmas movie coming from the directors pf Killer Klowns From Outer Space, TMNT The Last Ronin, Google humming. Rev…
 
You're listening to The Twisted Ten Bringing you original and unique , Host created Top Ten Lists Recorded live on Florida's Space Coast With hosts Adam Poston, Josh Wilson, Ron Canniff and Tach Van Sickle The opinions and messages you hear on The Twisted Ten podcast is that of the hosts and/or their guests and does not reflect the opinions of the …
 
In Nigeria, protests against police brutality are shifting to a new focus – why some are treated worse than others because of their place in the economy; we hear from young people in Lagos who say the police are ‘messing with the wrong generation’. Also, it's been in place for 75 years, but a water sharing deal between the US and Mexico is in dange…
 
Welcome to Old Nerd Radio for Saturday, October 17th, 2020? Got coffee? Wish I did! ON THE MENU: Fast Times At Ridgemont Hight Funko Pops! Ray Harryhausen Cyclops Statues! Del Taco Unboxing! Video Arcade Machine Review & Demo! Crony Community Membership! A bowl of cereal and Saturday morning cartoons! HAVE A FREAKING AWESOME DAY, GANG! --- This epi…
 
Roddy Doyle talks about his latest novel, Love. In the course of one summer’s evening in Dublin, two old drinking buddies revisit the pubs and the love affairs of their youth, and talk openly about their marriages and other relationships, downing several pints of stout along the way.Gairloch Museum in the Highlands of Scotland is one of the winners…
 
This week John talks his latest translation success with Netflix now being fully localised for Russia and the work that goes into localising an app, from the many translations for singular English words to the expansions of others. Scotty talks the ever growing generational gap as iOS devices change and grow, compared with navigating the maze of An…
 
Astonishing sums are being spent in the US election, so we drill down into the figures. Sheila Krumholz, executive director of the Center for Responsive Politics, talks us through how much campaigns are spending. In Germany spending on elections is a fraction of that in the US, and with greater oversight, as Tanit Koch, managing director at news ch…
 
Twitter temporarily prevented the official Trump campaign from tweeting and has been accused of interfering in the election. So what caused the row and could there be consequences for the way social media companies are regulated? We hear from Rebecca Klar, a tech policy reporter at the political website The Hill. Plus, Cary Leahey from Decision Eco…
 
Anaïs Mitchell took the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and turned it into Hadestown, which became an immensely successful musical at the National Theatre and on Broadway. Now she has written Working on a Song, a book that gets down to the nitty-gritty of writing for musical theatre, tracing the development of the songs of Hadestown from the spark of …
 
A second wave of coronavirus in Europe brings a new wave of restrictions to contain it. France, Germany, Spain, the UK and the Netherlands are among the countries now tightening rules designed to keep people apart, and we find out more about the likely impact on the hospitality sector of a new 9pm to 6am curfew in a number of French cities, from Li…
 
The G20 nations hope that by suspending debt payments, the least well-off countries will divert resources from debt payments to dealing with the health and economic consequences of coronavirus. We hear more from the BBC's Andrew Walker and Sarah Clifton of the Jubilee Debt Campaign. Plus, Susan Schmidt from Aviva Investors brings us the latest news…
 
The global bestselling author Jodi Picoult discusses her 26th novel The Book Of Two Ways. It’s the story of a hospice worker who - when her plane crashes in the opening pages -is surprised at the life that flashes before her eyes. Rather than her scientist husband and teenage daughter, she sees the life that might have been had she made different c…
 
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