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Discussions span broadly across topics such as climate change, free speech, wealth inequality, the environment, balancing personal contentment and purpose, artificial intelligence, entrepreneurship, how the internet is shaping our lives, meditation, mental health, mindfulness, animal welfare, popular culture, and much more. Making Sense with Sam Harris meets Hidden Brain meets Terrestrial If you'd like to support this work: patreon.com/all_things_connected
 
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Ship It Shout It

Lena Höck and Daniel Thomason

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Product Management and Product Marketing are two sides of the same coin. So why do we so rarely talk about both in the same breath? Each week, join product marketer Lena Höck and product manager Daniel Thomason as they analyse products and brands from their respective lenses. Whether you want to become a full-stack product person, explore company strategy from discovery to post launch, or simply enjoy some good banter, this is the podcast for you! For more, visit shipitshoutit.com
 
Welcome, friend! This podcast was created to bring you hope and community on your journey through infertility, miscarriage, or adoption. Each week, a new guest will share her story, and we'll laugh together, cry together, and lean on the ultimate source of hope in your season of waiting, grief, or disappointment. Episodes release every other Thursday. For access to resources, visit karahock.com. Follow along on Instagram @kara.hock.
 
It‘s that special time between Daf Yomi shiur and Shabbos cholent. It‘s that weekly get together to shmooze, talk news, Jewish music, tech, Torah, and food. And now, it‘s a Podcast! Welcome to the most entertaining Jewish podcast: Kiddush Club - The Podcast. Join us while we recreate the KC experience while we explore topics ranging from Islay Whiskey to Kosher Starburst, to interviews with some of the most interesting Jewish people, from Modi, to Nissim Black. All in the comfort of your hom ...
 
Justin Blake receives an invitation from his old school-fellow Tom Temple to join him and his family for the Christmas holidays in Yorkshire. Having no other plans, he decides to go. Though he is normally much the opposite of what would be called a lady's man, he falls instantly in love with Miss Forrest, one of the guests, who had already shared his train compartment on the way. When he meets the mysterious Herod Voltaire and finds that he must protect the girl from him and his weapons of m ...
 
An inside look at life in the television and film industry. Join your host Ryan Perez as he speaks with actors, directors, talent agents, casting directors, and more about how the industry works and how to not only survive but to thrive. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join some of Australia's best storytellers for an evening of queerstories; reflections on lives well lived and battles fought, pride, prejudice, love and humour. The LGBTQI community has been sharing stories for centuries, creating our own histories, disrupting and reinventing conventional ideas about narrative, family, love and community. There’s more to being queer than coming out and marriage. Listen to an unexpected tale or two from a diverse line up of stars and strangers, hosted by Mae ...
 
Hockey N'at - A Pittsburgh Penguins Podcast features three friends who all grew up around Penguins hockey. We aim to bring you some entertainment and offer a voice not from the X's & O's standpoint, but from a fans perspective instead. We all love hockey, and hockey fans passion is second to none. Join us each week to sit back and enjoy some good hockey talk. You can follow us on Instagram and Twitter @HockeyNatPod Send us an email at HockeyNatPodcast@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail to be ...
 
“Rehabilitationships” is a new podcast spotlighting the intersection of rehabilitation and relationships. We all love a great story, and there’s nothing better than one about overcoming the odds. It’s a new podcast from Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation that brings you real stories of recovery from real patients and real clinicians. Join us each month, when we sit down with people who share their extraordinary experiences of hope and recovery through physical rehabilitation. Meet the patients who ...
 
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Honestly Unbalanced

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Honestly Unbalanced

Adam Husler and Holly Husler

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The surface level of the wellness world is often a high gloss, picture perfect representation of balanced living. Adam and Holly Husler dig under that shiny surface and discover that the balanced-state is often a fleeting moment, with the rest of life being an ever-changing obstacle course of; struggles, opportunities, sweat and hard work. Though honest conversations, we track our guests' unique paths to success, how they navigate changing tides and the continuous search for their own versio ...
 
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Christine Winebrenner Irick

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Join Christine Winebrenner Irick for soulful conversations with her community of fellow travelers exploring the heart, the mind, and the globe. These conversations highlight what tourism really means for the world. Soul of Travel honors the passion and dedication of the people making a positive impact in tourism. In each episode, you’ll hear the story of women who are industry professionals and seasoned travelers and community leaders who know travel is more than a vacation. It is an opportu ...
 
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Holy heck the episode that nearly didn't happen. The boys realise they're working way too hard for not the greatest reward Tommy has ballsed up a trip to Rockhampton. Evo gets the late call up to do a 60th birthday after a big name comedian pulls out and Tommy does a gig in the MCG changerooms. Sit back, relax and enjoy some "Good Banter"…
 
Soon after moving to Naarm, Travis moves into a sharehouse in Footscray, finding a sense of belonging that inspires him to research his local family history. Travis Larcombe is a local queer writer and proud resident of Tuggeranong. They have been writing funny, sad and inspiring stories since they were old enough to pick up a crayon. Their work ha…
 
Adam Hocke (Adam_hocke) is a London based, American born, yoga teacher and teacher trainer, who blends yoga tradition with contemporary understanding of body and mind. He leads in-person and online teacher trainings, workshops, and immersions and offers comprehensive home practice resources through his Yoga with Adam podcast and streaming classes f…
 
Happy Mother's Day to all those wonderful mums out in the world. Every year, I want to bring you a recipe that you can all cook for your mums and this year is no different. But instead of a dessert or something sweet, this year, I want to share with you my own mum's recipe. Dutch pea and ham soup. It's a cracker of a soup and if your wooden spoon s…
 
In the 29th episode of "That 90s Baseball Pod" Brandon and Gregg are joined by former big-league utility man Denny Hocking about spending the bulk of his career with the Twins, including playing for two legendary managers in Tom Kelly and Ron Gardenhire. Be sure to check out our sponsors! Epare -- Reasonably priced, trendy kitchenware. PROMO CODE: …
 
In a special episode of “Rehabilitationships,” we recorded on location at the Griff’s Sled Hockey Classic, a sled hockey tournament featuring over 200 athletes with disabilities. ˈsled ˈhä-kē adaptation of ice hockey designed for players with varying physical abilities. A highly competitive Paralympic sport, sled hockey is similar to traditional ho…
 
This month, the health secretary announced a new plan to tackle ME and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in England. Woman’s Hour is joined by Sean O’Neill, a senior writer for the Times, whose eldest daughter Maeve, passed away last October at the age of 27, after suffering from ME since she was a teenager. Emma also talks to Dr Charles Shepherd, medical a…
 
Jacinda Ardern has congratulated Australia's new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. He's become the 31st Prime Minister of Australia, after emerging as the frontrunner from yesterday's election. But the Labor leader is likely to need the support of smaller parties and independents to form a government. Newstalk ZB Political Reporter Aaron Dahmen told…
 
Australia has a new Prime Minister. The country has voted for change, here is their new leader, Labor’s leader Anthony Albanese accepting victory last night. Coalition Leader Scott Morrison has conceded defeat and will stand down as Liberal Leader. Australian correspondent Murray Olds joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Well, what a week for being in the live TV business. I’ve become a little addicted to Dancing with the Stars. I was first drawn to the show to support my colleague Kerre Woodham, who in a crazy turn of events has been recalled to the show and, in her own words, is going to crawl across the Covid corpses of her fellow competitors to try and get a ha…
 
Do you know much about nuns? Many people don’t, but some nuns in the US are turning to social media to bring religion into the 21st century. Sister Monica Clare from the Community of St John the Baptist went viral on Tik Tok after followers wanted to know her skin routine - now she answers people’s questions about being a nun. She joins Krupa as do…
 
It’s been ten years since the writer and activist Laura Bates founded the Everyday Sexism project, giving a platform to thousands of women to document their everyday experiences of sexism, harassment and assault. In her new book, ‘Fix the System Not the Women’ she argues we have wasted decades telling women and girls how to fix things, how to fix t…
 
Phil & Jake rank the very necessary activity of sleep, the very American foodstuff called peanut butter, and the very mustachioed actor Sam Elliott on the List of Every Damn Thing. VOTE HERE to help decide which topic we're going to re-rank on an upcoming episode. Polls are almost closed! If you have something to add to the list, email it to list@e…
 
Actor Anne Marie Duff talks to Emma Barnett playing a working class matriarch in a new play that spans five decades of the lives, and deaths, of the Webster family.Last September 19, 2021, Sophia Huang Xueqin, the Chinese journalist who kick-started China’s #MeToo movement, disappeared. We find out what has happened to her from BBC Eye journalist J…
 
Helen Fitzgerald grew up in rural Australia as one of 13 siblings. Her new novel Keep Her Sweet looks at what happens when 'normal' sibling rivalry turns into something else. She joins Krupa to explain why she's so fascinated by the dark corners of family life.When was the last time you saw a nun? It feels like a very old-fashioned vocation – and t…
 
The value of women in tourism has been progressively increasing. Studies have proven that women play a significant role in tourism, economics, culture and society. This episode aims to show how important women are specifically when it comes to traveling and exploring the globe. Women are the future of travel. Komal Darira is the Founder of Women fo…
 
This week: Daryl Taylor, VP/GM, Airbus, America - Recorded LIVE on location from the Airbus assembly line, Mobile AL for a major announcement; Also, is Delta leading the industry with expanded FA pay? Listener Qs: Does Southwest have a halo around it's brand? Shoutouts to ATC at PBI, and to Braniff.By Ben Baldanza & Chris Chiames
 
Kate Rusby is one of the UK’s leading folk singers. She joins Andrea Catherwood to talk about her latest album 30: Happy Returns. She's collaborated with musicians such as Ladysmith Black Mambazo, K. T. Tunstall and Richard Hawley to sing new versions of her old songs and to celebrate thirty years of making music. The footballer Jake Daniels has co…
 
Through their encounters with ghosts - sexual, familial, always magical - Peter questions what is real, and finds such encounters are more common than you'd think. Peter Lehner lives in the rainbow region and travels to connect with communities. Their many years of experience includes acting, directing and production of short films, TV, theatre and…
 
After Little Mix said goodbye to their fans with their final show on Saturday before going on hiatus, it seems that for the first time in decades, Britain is without a major girl band. Emma is joined by Melanie Chisholm from the Spice Girls and music journalist, Jacqueline Springer.We discuss recent work from home data with Dr Jane Parry, Associate…
 
Lorna Subritzky and Nick Mills joined Francesca Rudkin for the Sunday Panel. On the agenda was the Nurses' Union claim our health system is 4000 nurses short, what constitutes a sick day and how much personal responsibility we need to take to reduce our emissions. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Four Treasures of the Sky by Jenny Tinghui Zhang. Fiction about a Chinese girl in the 19th century who is sent to the city by her grandmother when her parents disappear, and is subsequently kidnapped and sent to America – to a brothel in San Francisco. She eventually manages to make her way across the States, presenting herself as a young man as th…
 
Dr Nikki Stamp is one of Australia’s leading heart surgeons, an author and TV presenter. Nikki always wanted to be a surgeon but never expected just how tough the job would be – the long hours, sexism, burnout and bullying. Her new book ‘Scrubbed’ details the issues faced by those in the public health and how she’s turning her attention to fixing i…
 
I’ve never made Coq au Vin and I thought it was a lot more complicated than it is! 3 cups of red wine – is this a dish for family? Does the alcohol burn off? This week we had one of our very popular supper clubs at the school. It was super cold! and we had all the fires going. Because it was so cold, it was great as I could dig out a real winter wa…
 
Can we talk about the follow up of a story we had previously discussed? A couple of months ago we chatted about the first patient receiving a pig's heart and were super excited about it. Sadly that patient died two months later, hindering the study and creating conversations around whether or not pig's hearts can cope with the needs of a human reci…
 
Hugh Bonneville is most well-known for his role of Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham on smash hit drama Downton Abbey. He’s also been in films like Nottinghill, Viceroy’s House and Paddington In Hugh’s new film, he plays much-loved children’s author Roald Dahl in To Olivia. Hugh Bonneville joined Francesca Rudkin from the UK. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
On Monday 16 May, Police Minister Poto Williams will take a paper to cabinet for sign-off, outlining the Government’s solution to the spat of ram raids we’re currently experiencing. This follows a recent announcement that funding will be allocated in the 2022 Budget to support businesses and protect themselves from ram raiders. We don’t know what t…
 
Newstalk ZB chief political reporter Jason Walls joined Francesca Rudkin to give a preview into what we can expect in this week's Budget. The pair discussed Act's alternative Budget, National's response and a few details on the Emissions Reduction Plan that will be delivered by James Shaw on Monday. LISTEN ABOVE…
 
Tomorrow Climate Change Minister James Shaw will be unveiling the Government’s Emissions Reduction Plan. To discuss, Terrence Loomis from the Fossil Fuels Aotearoa Research Network and researcher Jess Berentson-Shaw joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVEBy Newstalk ZB
 
Emeli Sandé is one of Britain’s most successful songwriters - with 19 million singles sold; including three number one singles, six million albums and four BRIT awards. Emeli joins Emma to discuss her music and career.How are disabled children being affected by the war in Ukraine? There are claims that thousands have been forgotten and abandoned in…
 
‘Alice’s Book’ by Karina Urbach tells the story of Karina's grandmother Alice Urbach. Before the Second World War Alice wrote a cookbook called Cooking the Viennese Way! but when books by Jewish authors couldn't be distributed, Alice was taken off it. Karina talks about her family history, intellectual theft by the Nazis and her mission to restore …
 
Synopsis: The Straits Times' executive editor Sumiko Tan gets up close with newsmakers over lunch - and a selfie. Lab-grown chicken or plant-based eggs, anyone? Eat Just, an American food tech company, is setting up facilities in Singapore. CEO Josh Tetrick explains why he's on a mission to change how the world eats in Lunch with Sumiko. Read Sumik…
 
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