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Best Commonwealth podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Commonwealth podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Updated August 2020
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The Commonwealth features the artists, entrepreneurs and athletes leading disruptive change.
A podcast of the Commonwealth Foundation tackling issues critical to Pennsylvania's economic future.
Jack in your headphones and take a trip through genre, time, and place. Explore the Commonwealth with the pioneers of the music industry and discover new influenced by these innovators. Sponsored by the Ship & Anchor Pub
Good coffee. Good conversation! Get to know Pennsylvania’s political players and policymakers with host Matt Brouillette, president and CEO of Commonwealth Partners Chamber of Entrepreneurs.
Greg Dalton is changing the conversation on energy, economy and the environment by offering candid discussion from climate scientists, policymakers, activists, and concerned citizens. By gathering inspiring, credible, and compelling information, he provides an essential resource to change-makers looking to make a difference.
World music from the Commonwealth countries for BBC Radio 3’s World on 3, Fridays. Musicians, sportspeople and cultural figures introduce music recorded on location.
A weekly conversation about Massachusetts politics and policy.
The Commonwealth Club of California is the nation's largest public affairs forum. The nonpartisan and nonprofit Club produces and distributes programs featuring diverse viewpoints from thought leaders on important topics. The Club's weekly radio broadcast — the oldest in the U.S., since 1924 — is carried on hundreds of stations. Our website features audio and video of our programs. This podcast feed is usually updated multiple times each week.
A Brit and an American learning about cocktails and booze while sharing their experiences. Most conversations trail off into nonsense and entertainment.
Some stories require a little more – a little more discussion, more context, more depth and breadth. That’s the idea behind “Behind the Blue” – a new weekly podcast created by UK Public Relations and Marketing. It is designed to explore through probing interviews the in-depth the stories that make UK the university for Kentucky and that have impact across the institution, the Commonwealth and, in some cases, the world.
Hank Stolz has been the most trusted voice on the radio in Worcester for over 20 years, and now he's bringing you a daily podcast that highlights the latest news and stories from Central Mass that are the Talk of the Commonwealth.
Indian Noir (@indiannoir on Instagram & Twitter) is a critically acclaimed, chart-topping podcast featuring thrilling crime and horror audio stories set in India, featuring Indian characters. Indian Noir has been featured in the CBC, The Hindu, Times of India, ABC National Radio, Mashable, Reader's Digest India, Men's World, Your Story and other media outlets. It has won rave reviews on major podcasting platforms from critics and listeners alike and is a chart-topper on the global Apple & Sp ...
Meet the people who allocate vast pools of capital and the processes they employ. New episodes release on Monday's
A podcast telling the stories of 52 immigrants from Commonwealth countries.
Every week Jake Rivas, Financial Advisor To Millennials, will hit the streets, coffee shops, and restaurants to get raw feedback from YOU about the real financial obstacles you are facing today. Jake will help you take the guesswork out of managing your money choices while curating and sharing the best advice and insights into making smart money choices. Jakes Two Cents will help you navigate credit, financial debt, saving for the future, student loans, mortgages, travel, money, lifestyle, a ...
The weekly broadcast of the Commonwealth of Christ with Ambassador Larry Huggins.
A military history podcast that looks at all aspects of WWII. With WW2 slipping from living memory I aim to look at different historical aspects of the Second World War.
The Dose is a podcast to help you make sense of current issues in health care. Every other Friday, join Shanoor Seervai in conversation with leading health policy experts to break down complicated questions that shape the way Americans experience health care in their daily lives. Produced by the Commonwealth Fund, a foundation dedicated to health care for everyone.
Audio-Visual presentation of the Australian Constitution and other associated documents
Audio only presentation of the Australian Constitution and other associated documents
Two blokes, 4 Olympic medals, a mic and the inside track on the adrenaline-pumping world of elite cycling; it’s the sports podcast that’s got everyone talking. Welcome to PodCrash. Hosted by Olympic medalists and professional cyclists Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes, this sport podcast gives you an all-access pass into the cycling and social lives of two top athletes. From anecdotes about the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games to interviews with sporting heroes, including the likes of Ed C ...
Follow the audio shiurim, lectures and speeches of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, global religious leader, philosopher, author of over 30 books and moral voice for our time. Rabbi Sacks served as Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth between September 1991 and September 2013. A full biography - together with an extensive online archive of Rabbi Sacks' work - is available at www.rabbisacks.org or you can follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @rabbisacks.
Your source for affordable housing news and information in the Commonwealth and across the nation.
This feed was created by mixing existing feeds from various sources.
The official Commonwealth Games Australia podcast
Talking about all things geeky.
A podcast about the curious lives of beekeepers and their bees.
Your source for news and analysis about Kentucky campaigns, elections, state and local government and the Commonwealth’s federal delegation. Pure Politics airs on Spectrum News weeknights at 7pm and 11:30pm EST.
Interviews with the biggest names in triathlon, brought to you each week by coach Rob Wilby.
Life less monotonous, life less monogamous
Abstract is the podcast of the Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium at Virginia Commonwealth University. We explore issues in public, PK12 education.
We are a church planting in downtown San diego, California. This podcast chronicles our learnings and stories as we journey toward planting Commonwealth this year.
The facilities, services, and programs of the University Student Commons and Activities department are designed and implemented to bring together all members of the Virginia Commonwealth University community—students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests—thereby contributing to intellectual, emotional, and social growth through informal interaction.
Stories of South Australia and Adelaide's unique, and often hilarious, past.
Think About It engages today's leading thinkers in conversations about powerful ideas and how language can change the world.
One bleeds blue, the other is a die hard Card, together the Bob Dylan crew is just a couple boys from the bluegrass debating any number of topics from the world of sports. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @CCpodcast502
Poetry from around the Commonwealth. A poem from every competing nation and territory sent to Glasgow for the 2012 Commonwealth Games, capturing the essence of the Commonwealth.
Go behind palace walls with ABC News royal contributor Omid Scobie as he dives deep into the latest stories from the House of Windsor with insider interviews and special guests.
Eat It, Virginia! is a deep dive into the food, restaurants, and dining trends of Richmond, Virginia and spots around the Commonwealth.
Commonwealth Journal is a weekly half-hour public affairs program from WUMB and UMass Boston. Host Anna Fisher-Pinkert interviews politicians, artists, scientists and academics about issues that affect Massachusetts and New England.
A wonderfully intimate look into the life and work of India Hicks and her extraordinary family. In Season One we’re talking Movie Stars, Matadors and Maharajas as we have tea and cake with Lady Pamela, daughter of Lord and Lady Mountbatten and of course India’s much moved mum. Now in her 90s Lady Pamela’s stories will astound you; she’s first cousins with Prince Philip, travelled the world on the famous Commonwealth tour when Princess Elizabeth became Queen, befriended everyone from Grace Ke ...
Less BS. Yep, less Bank Stuff, more real stuff. Listen in on what issues are affecting WA’s economy, how small business owners are overcoming challenges, or learn what we’re doing in the tech space. You decide – which playlist interests you? Bankwest provides personal and business banking solutions for more than 1.1 million retail and business customers across Australia. Bankwest customers enjoy access to an extensive network of stores and business centres, direct and third party distributio ...
A local church with a Kingdom heart in central London. We’re a bunch of friendly people, living life, loving each other and dreaming big. We can’t wait to meet you. These are our weekly sermons. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Covering anything and everything video games!
In BE with Champions, Greg Bennett chats with the world’s greatest athletes and high-performers to find out how they got the top of the world and how are they able to sustain it. Join Greg Bennett, former world number one Triathlete, for some inspiring and entertaining stories.
The Virginia History Podcast covers the rich history that has made the Commonwealth what it is today. Events covered during this podcast will include - Colonial Era American War for Independence Pre-Civil War Civil War Reconstruction Early Modern Virginia During the World's Wars Cold War Virginia Contemporary Virginia Along the way, I will blog, mostly small notes, resources, and pictures to supplement the history at www.vahistorypodcast.com
122 Victorian home care services and residential aged care facilities are now reported to have COVID-19 cases. But a Senate inquiry has heard the names of those facilities are not being made public, because the Federal government is concerned about the providers' reputations.
SPEAKERS Fausto Cardenas Queering Democracy Community Organizer, National LGBTQ Task Force Masen Davis Interim Executive Director, Transgender Europe Tony Hoang Managing Director, Equality California Imani Rupert-Gordon Executive Director, The National Center for Lesbian Rights Michelle Meow Producer and Host, "The Michelle Meow Show" on KBCW/KPIX …
Brad Moline is the President and founder of Allo Communications. Brad joins the Commonwealth to discuss starting a fiber communications company in a town of 2,000 people, the opportunities of innovating in rural America and Allo's strategy to growth in the future. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Commonwealth)…
All the news stories mentioned in today's episode are listed below with links Help Friends of the Program Out Deeply Dapper (Patreon) Go Fund Me support(GoFundMe) Details with PayPal and Venmo details(Facebook) Free Comic Book Summer (Free Comic Book Day) Spotify Podcasts(Verge) Commonwealth Saga(Wikipedia) Pandora's Star(Amazon) Amazon Prime Day(T…
This week on Age Group Story, we bring you Nick Pocock. Nick is a six time Ironman finisher, despite working long and often unpredictable hours as an airline pilot in America. We hear the story of his triathlon career, from fighting the mass start (and jellyfish!) at Ironman France in 2012 through to his PB race at Challenge Roth, where he knocked …
Historian Jill Lepore untangles the secret history of one of the 20th Century's most striking superheroes. She explains the myths, politics and eccentric genius behind behind the Wonder Woman story
Lebanon's capital devasted by a massive explosion that has killed scores, including one Australian; Melbourne University to repay millions to academics in wage theft case; And relatives of aged care residents in Victoria dismayed at revelations about how few staff have completed the government's online infection control training course.…
A powerful explosion's rocked the Lebanese capital of Beirut, damaging buildings, overturning cars and shattering windows and doors.
The Australian embassy is close to site of the explosion in Beirut in the port district and has reportedly been damaged. AM asked Foreign Minister Marise Payne for news on Australians living in the city.
The ABC's producer in Beirut Cherine Yazbeck has been at the hospital where many people injured in the blast are being taken.
A Beirut journalist Habib Battah describes the terrifying moment the blast hit the city's port, saying the wave of energy it produced knocked people several miles away off their feet.
Australia's richest tertiary institution, Melbourne University, is repaying millions of dollars to about 1,500 academics who've been underpaid.
As the majority of coronavirus deaths continue to stem from aged care, relatives are upset by revelations less than half of the aged care workforce has completed online infection control training provided by the Commonwealth.
Australia's current unemployment rate is 7.4 per cent – 210,000 people lost their jobs last month because of the COVID shutdowns.
In an attempt to crack down on people flouting rules around mask-wearing, curfew and sel-isolation, the Victorian Government has introduced tough new penalties.
The second lockdown in Victoria is harder than the first.People are angry this is happening, scared about how long it might last, and worried about the long-term effects on everyone and everything around them.So what have we learnt since last time about coping with lockdown?And is what we're going through essentially the five stages of grief and lo…
Here is the audio recording of Rabbi Sacks' Covenant & Conversation commentary essay on this week's double Torah portion of Eikev 5780.You can download a PDF of this commentary, as well as an accompanying Family Edition, from rabbisacks.org/eikev-5780/By Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks
Fines of up to $20 thousand for Victorians breaking COVID-19 isolation orders, but is punishment the best way to win compliance? And an increasing number of older women struggle to keep a roof over their head in a tough rental market - a new report gives voice to their heart-breaking experiences.
Tattoo removal companies are helping people get rid of racist and hate-based tattoos that no longer match their beliefs. We'll take you inside one of the clinics answering the call.Plus, Australia's first female Prime Minister Julia Gillard on that misogyny speech going Tik Tok viral and the ongoing political debate around climate change action.And…
The Federal Government is tentatively reopening the Pacific Seasonal Workers Program, linking Vanuatu with the Northern Territory.
Thousands of refugees living in Australia are descending into poverty, as advocates have warned they would, because they're not eligible for the government's wage subsidies during the pandemic.
As the housing crisis hits a growing number of older women in Australia, a new report has given them a chance to describe the experience in their own words.
As the World Health Organisation director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warns there will likely be no "silver bullet" vaccine and public health measures will continue to be important, Professor Bill Rawlinson says he agrees it is not an "either/or" situation.
The Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced people with coronavirus who aren't at home when doorknocked will now be hit with a $5000 fine, the biggest on the spot penalty in Victorian law.
Victorians come to grips with life under lockdown, and all of us are bracing ourselves for the enormous financial and social impact it'll have.
A frustrated Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is upping the fine for people with coronavirus who break the stay at home rules.
Small business owners in Melbourne say they don't know what the next stage of lockdowns holds for them.
The dramatic lockdown restrictions in Victoria are sending waves of confusion and chaos through some levels of business.
Victoria's situation is changing so rapidly, it's a challenge to predict the full impact of the shutdown. How long will it take for the state's economy to recover and what does this lockdown mean for the nation?
President Donald Trump has again repeated his claim that the United States is successfully getting on top of the pandemic, despite the head of his own coronavirus taskforce issuing a stark warning about its spread.
The Stage Four restrictions set to begin in Melbourne have put the spotlight on the mental health of the hundreds-of-thousands of people to be stood down from work.
Neil explores some of the stories from Nordic mythology which have captivated him since childhood (R)
A quarter of a million Victorians will be stood down as shops, offices and factories in Melbourne close their doors tomorrow night; for those out of work in much of Australia, keeping the JobSeeker payment is about to get harder; and the UK Government's urging people to go and spend ahead of a potential second wave.…
As more Victorian businesses close their doors under Stage 4 restrictions, there are warnings some won't make it through to the other side of the pandemic.
Melbourne's home builders and hardware and garden supply stores are just a few of the businesses that will be allowed to adapt to comply with new restrictions
Victorians are being urged not to panic buy fresh produce as the state's economy shifts into stricter stage 4 lockdowns.
The looming Stage 4 restrictions in Melbourne have thrown the early education sector into new depths of uncertainty.
Wesfarmers, which operates Kmart, Bunnings, Officeworks and Coles, will see hundreds of stores close and thousands be stood down, contributing to the mounting economic toll.
For those out of work in much of Australia, keeping the JobSeeker payment coming is about get harder.
COVID has pushed our lives online, like never before. Apps and websites are helping people get through the pandemic but some haven't been accessible for people living with an intellectual disability.
Deborah Birx's role as the coordinator of US President Donald Trump's Coronavirus taskforce has landed her in a difficult position thanks to criticism from both sides of politics.
While businesses in Victoria have been told to shut down, the UK Government's begging people to go and spend ahead of a potential second wave.
Lawyer Nicola Gobbo represented some of Australia's most dangerous criminals, all the while secretly working as a police informer. Why did she do it, and how was it allowed to happen?
In August we're going to re-air some episodes we think may be helpful given everything going on right now. We'll return to our Accessible Herbalism series at the end of the month! This week we're running a replay of episode 032 from June 2018. Katja this week reflects on a bit of wisdom surrounding downtime, and on the ways in which stress manageme…
Donald Trump has been backsliding in the polls for months, but there are more signs with each passing week that he's unlikely to go down without a fight.So what are the ways, legitimate and otherwise, that the outcome of the election could be challenged by either Donald Trump or Joe Biden?And what happens next if one of them does?Today on The Signa…
We meet Nicola Gobbo in a secret location, in hiding, now that her double life as a police informer is out, and she begins telling us her full story.
Matthew Granade is Chief Market Intelligence Officer at Point72 and the Managing Partner of Point72 Ventures. Matthew oversees all proprietary research and data efforts at the firm, manages several of the internal systematic strategies, leads early stage venture investing, and recently launched Hyperscale, a new strategy that invests in AI-driven s…
Dan Lorang is one of the world’s greatest endurance coaches.He is the first coach in history to coach a men’s and woman’s Ironman World Champion… and also, they both won on the same day on October 12th, 2019. Those athletes were non-other than Jan Frodeno who broke the course record on the way to win his 3rd Ironman World Championship and Anne Haug…
A major shutdown of businesses across Melbourne is ordered aimed at keeping workers home and safe from COVID-19; and Professor Ian Hickie calls for JobKeeper to stay until 2022 to help ease the mental health strain on Australians.