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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
At the Square is American Public Square at Jewell's (APS) podcast channel. You'll find our series 'Both Sides', Student podcast episodes, and live event recordings. At the Square podcasts cover topics that correspond to APS programs and events while providing context and additional information on the issues. Episodes feature fact-based, civil conversations between experts and APS staff members.
 
Philo Gubb, not being content with his job as wallpaper-hanger, has higher aspirations: to become a detective, just like Sherlock Holmes. To that end, he enrolls in a correspondence course, where he gets lessons through the mail as well as the necessary disguises for a detective. Philo Gubb, not being really clever or intuitive, or even looking good in those disguises, gets involved in one case after the other - and sooner or later happens to stumble on and solve the crime..Each of these sto ...
 
Two Australian friends share their letters to each other, revealing their love of books, gardening, travel and cooking, and the ordinary pleasures in life. Annabelle Hickson and Gillian Bell live in different states in Australia. Annabelle lives on a pecan farm in the north west of NSW. She is a writer, photographer and flower lover. Gillian lives in Brisbane, Queensland. She is a cake-maker and private cook who travels the world with her whisk to make wedding cakes.
 
The Socialist Correspondent attempts to get to the truth behind events. Using Marxist principles, it shines a light on those responsible for war, terrorism and exploitation and reports and analyses the struggles of working people across the globe. The Socialist Correspondent is partisan. It unashamedly supports those fighting for peace, justice and socialism.
 
Hi! I'm Erik and I created the PGA Tour/Skratch series Adventures in Golf. Welcome to my completely unedited and off the cuff golf podcast! Each week I seek to uncover the stories of WHY we golf, not necessarily HOW we golf. NO SWING TIPS HERE. Listen in on Mondays for a mix of my musings, stream of consciousness golf inspired rants by yours truly, listener questions and a look into the life of this golf-crazed, travel-addicted and sleep-deprived journalist, plus interviews with golf inspire ...
 
Media Tribe is a show that tells the story behind the storyteller. It's an opportunity to step into the shoes of the most respected journalists, directors and media executives. Each episode looks at the journalist's journey into the industry, the impact they’ve had along the way and some of their most crazy experiences working in the industry. The stories that never quite made it to air! Shaunagh interviews some of the most respected journalists, Oscar-nominated filmmakers and executives fro ...
 
Trail Correspondents is a teleportation machine to the trail- in audio form. Every other week, a select handful of thru-hikers on the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, Continental Divide Trail, and the American Discovery Trail, give us a glimpse into the world of long distance backpacking. Through their eyes and vocal cords, we learn all about the highs, lows, and nitty gritty details that go into a half-year, cross-country trek. Trail Correspondents is the next best thing to being on ...
 
The Coffee & Football podcast is a long-form conversation hosted by Sebastian Alvarado with guests including players & ex-players, club & league executives, media personalities, corporate brand directors, investigative journalists, agents, and thought leaders. Sebastian delves deep into the lives, careers, and personal perspectives of some of the most interesting and influential profiles involved in the game both on and off the pitch.
 
Over the course of the next ten episodes, Bobby Hundreds will take you on a deep dive into the themes of his newly released first book, This Is Not a T-Shirt. Each episode will correspond with a chapter from the book, and Bobby and his guest will explore the highs and lows of navigating that terrain. From blowing up and breaking down to picking up the pieces and coming all the way back, This Is Not a Podcast will take you even deeper behind the scenes of one of the greatest streetwear storie ...
 
Kinndli is a Certified Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga Teacher and has recorded live studio classes for you to flow along with at home. You will need a yoga mat, block and you will want to heat up your room best you can. These classes are based on the 'Journey Into Power" yoga flow as found in the best selling book by Baron Baptiste. The "40 Days to Personal Revolution" classes are both yoga and meditation sessions that correspond with the program based on the book by Baron Baptiste. You can use ...
 
The Enneagram and Marriage Podcast, hosted by Christa Hardin, MA, is rooted in her 18+ years of experience counseling and coaching couples. On top of her expert marriage advice, Christa uses the Enneagram to add in another layer of understanding as to how we work as individuals and gives us deeper insight into how we connect with others and how we view the world.
 
Sixth & I celebrates the unexpected convergence of arts, culture, and spirituality by hosting impactful, entertaining, and thought-provoking programs for the Washington, DC community and beyond. Sixth & I LIVE brings you exclusive access to the conversations on our stage with today’s leading authors, politicians, comedians, artists, journalists, actors, and thought leaders. Learn more at sixthandi.org.
 
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In South Africa, racial tensions have been heightened in some rural areas, particularly after the murder of Brendin Horner, a young white farm manager. Cases like his have led to claims of ethnic cleansing. But as President Ramaphosa pointed out, the killings are cases of criminality, not genocide. Andrew Harding went to the small town of Senekal t…
 
Al Jazeera journalist Eki Rrahmani, a former refugee from Kosovo, reflects on his years as an asylum seeker.He looks back at his escape from his country 30 years ago and compares his experience with the plight of the thousands of refugees and migrants seeking sanctuary in Europe today.He travels to the Greek island of Lesbos which hosts the largest…
 
Quickly Kevin Will He Score? - S07 EP4: Bonus correspondence special A cheeky little bonus episode to (a.) mop up some more of the correspondence. (b.) give you a little update about the live Zoom show this Sunday evening at 8pm. We're joined by QK legends Matt Forde and Tom Craine to discuss their Notting Forrest and Nomadic Players FC respectivel…
 
Our China Correspondent, Elliot Richards has a chat with Robert about the situation in China, the massive public charging network, the problems faced by the Japanese car industry, and the brands we've never heard of already producing electric cars we've never driven, all happening in China right now.…
 
What breaks your heart? Or perhaps, how many times, and how many people have broken your heart? The apostle Paul experienced deep pain because his heart was broken many times over the Christians in Corinth. He was caught up in intense spiritual battles, litterally over their souls. What were the circumstances surrounding these battles? How did Paul…
 
A very special election episode! Libby Nelson (@libbyanelson) talks to us about how she is approaching U.S. presidential election coverage as Senior Deputy Policy Editor at Vox. As you may well have guessed, covering this election has turned out to be very different than we could have predicted. Libby also talks about how she came to work for journ…
 
Let's kick off Spooky Month with I Am In Eskew, a completed story filled with body horror and other creeping terrors. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support the podcast on their website. Moment of Wil recommendations: Junji Ito's Gyo (for the story "The Enigma of Amigara Fault): https://www.booksamillion.com/p/Gyo-Deluxe/Junji-Ito/978142157915…
 
Stephanie and John discuss the paper "Documenting and Evaluating Data Science Contributions in Academic Promotion in Departments of Statistics and Biostatistics" by Lance Waller: https://doi.org/10.1080/00031305.2017.1375988 and https://www.biorxiv.org/node/29325.abstract. We discuss the promotion and tenure process and how they may be a bit differ…
 
This week's episode helps you to understand mental health struggles paralleling each type for at their most stressful levels. When you're trying to find a road map, or what is clinically called a treatment plan, it's important not to self-diagnose, but to go to a trained mental health professional for an assessment. This episode is a guide for thos…
 
'Atlantic' writer Mike Giglio profiles the Oath Keepers, a pro-Trump militia group, in a new article. They have recruited thousands of police, soldiers and veterans. We talk about what they might do on Election Day and after. "We, as Americans, are so comfortable with the idea of sending people out into foreign wars. And now [these militia groups a…
 
This Halloween season, we bring you a spotlight of NIGHTLIGHT, a podcast of Black horror fiction by creator and producer Tonia Ransom. Buckle in--it's going to be a wild, chilling ride. Like what you hear? Us too. You can support NIGHTLIGHT on the show's site. About Radio Drama Revival: Learn more about how to support Radio Drama Revival on our web…
 
Having designed and created the immensely successful La Leyenda multi-stage mountain bike race - a first of its kind in Colombia - Cali-resident Brian Murphy knows a thing or two about what it takes to entice travellers to Colombia. Murphy is also the co-founder of the Colombian Project, a tour operator offering bespoke and organized trips to Colom…
 
Have you spent the pandemic binge-watching movies, going through your music collection or attending virtual concerts and galleries? Workers in arts and culture aren’t defined as essential yet their work has been essential for pandemic mental health.But will they survive Covid? What's the outlook for the hard-hit sector as the economy recovers from …
 
A judge orders that nearly half of the inmates at San Quentin be released because of the Covid-19 outbreak. The Governor is not tipping his hand as to what he may do but some say releasing inmates is the best solution while others are advocating for transfers. Where should the inmates go? Home or elsewhere? Should we create San Quentin Covid Island…
 
Hurricane force winds and local news with legendary Coca Cola sign to be removed for the first time since 1937. ABC News Correspondent Andy Fields joins to discuss Mike Pence's decision to continue on to the campaign trail despite 5 positive COVID-19 cases in his inner circle. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Samuelsson's new book, 'The Rise,' is a celebration of Black excellence in the culinary world — and the many Black cooks who have influenced American food, often without credit. He also talks about converting his Harlem restaurant Red Rooster into a community kitchen during the pandemic, and his roots in both Ethiopia and Sweden. Also, film critic …
 
In The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design, host Roman Mars and producer Kurt Kohlstedt of the “99% Invisible” podcast explore the fascinating stories behind the various elements that make our cities work. In conversation with Kristen Meinzer, a culture critic, podcast host, and author. Her hosting credits inclu…
 
Climate change policy in Australia has split political parties and brought down Prime Ministers and governments. In the shadows has been the "carbon club" - a group of business leaders, politicians, and climate change sceptics. They have collectively stymied action on climate change, and undermined climate science. So says investigative journalist,…
 
Nearly a decade after the promised prospect of EU membership, many countries of the Western Balkans are still waiting to join. Meanwhile Russia and China have become active players in the region. A region that still struggles with territorial and ethnical tensions. History showed again and again that an unstable Balkans threatens the stability of E…
 
Covid has exposed gaps in the health, disability and aged care system. These sectors were already strain before the pandemic. We hear from the UK about ways to revitalize the care sector and value the essential work of caring . And we also hear strategies to build connection in a socially-distanced world. Is economist and author Noreena Hertz right…
 
During this festive Halloween week, join Christa for fun tips for every type! This episode also covers tips directly from the R & R Marriage Method such as learning how manage sarcasm, finding one another's favorite styles of play, and learning to be light together on a regular bases even in this heavy season of 2020. This is also a great episode f…
 
In Eriks' 200th episode of the Pod, he is fortunate to be joined by Country Music singer and avid golfer, Clay Walker. Clay talks about his love of golf and karaoke, the importance of religion in his life, his incredible fight against Multiple Sclerosis, and the endless fun of playing golf with Bill Murray. CLAY WALKER/// Web: www.claywalker.com In…
 
Hello and welcome to Fully Charged Show Podcast In this solo podcast, there are lots going on in this episode - from Honda, Jeremy Clarkson predictions to Hydro power in Iceland. Its all covered in Roberts own style and passion. Britain to get first commercial refinery for extracting precious metals from e-waste https://www.theguardian.com/environm…
 
Quickly Kevin Will He Score? - S07 EP5: Ivo Graham discusses the Swindon Town documentary 'That's Football!' Joining us in the studio this week is Ivo Graham to watch and dissect the documentary 'That's Football' which covers Swindon Town's promotion to the Premier League. And contains far less Glenn Hoddle than you'd either expect or imagine. We a…
 
This week, Isaac Butler talks with journalist and cartoonist Joe Sacco. Sacco is a Maltese-American cartoonist and journalist best known for his comics journalism. His books Palestine and Footnotes in Gaza have been critically praised and have won him several awards, including the American Book Award. His most recent book is Paying the Land. They t…
 
HALLOWEEN IS HERE!! And Eva's currently calling a lawyer because episode 194 is so spooky, it might just be illegal. We're also worried Zak Bagans is going to sue and/or block all of us now... Because as a Halloween surprise Em is covering the history of our favorite paranormal investigator and the origins of Ghost Adventures!! Christine then takes…
 
The COVID-related postponement of the battle of undefeated teams between Pittsburgh and Tennessee was relocated to this week. Both squads are still undefeated, so the league gets to have a major clash despite the delay. Dre and Jay recap a contentious Week 6 which resulted in a split of their eight disagreements, then they dig into the upcoming Wee…
 
Personal finance columnist of the Washington Post Michelle Singeltary calls in to elaborate on latest column titled: "Being Black lowers the value of my home: The legacy of redlining." Climate scientist Peter Calmus joins the show to discuss climate change debate discussion, and biggest climate change concerns. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
 
ABC News Correspondent Andy Field calls in to reflect on last nights final 2020 presidential debate. Washington Post political analyst reporter Amber Philips joins to discuss what Biden's comments about non-renewable sources of energy really mean to both parties. Update on Hunter Biden: Republican led senate homeland security and finance committee …
 
Epidemiologist, health economist, Senior Fellow at the Federation of American Scientists in Washington DC, and Chief Health Economist for Microclinic International Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding joins to discuss what's to come of COVID-19, efficient tests, and safety. He was recognized as one of the first to alert the public on the pandemic risk of COVID-19, …
 
Psychologist Timothy Leary, who died in 1996, was the father of the psychedelic movement of the 1960s and its experiments with mind-altering drugs. In 1960, Leary joined the faculty of Harvard at the Center for Personality Research, where he analyzed the effects of psychedelics and personality. As part of his research, he introduced L.S.D. and othe…
 
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