We believe in a society made stronger through world class public education. These podcasts are designed to keep members and supporters up-to-date on the latest legislative, professional development, and member benefit news.
Music and interviews featuring cutting edge artists from around the world.
A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
Hosted by various WFMU personalities, Radio Free Culture is a weekly program that explores digital culture, net neutrality, piracy, the broadcast spectrum, digital rights, and archives and libraries in the internet age. We'll be interviewing some of the nation's key figures at the intersection of music, multimedia, and digital technology. This program is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
A film critic and his wife watch movies. It's neat!
Conservative Educator Podcast is a common-sense conservative educational podcast. Host David Lamar Marks gives you a common-sense approach to educational issues in America. Learn more at DavidLMarks.com
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Master coach and Venerable Women founder Dawn Morningstar, interviews spiritual women changemakers and professionals who can help the changemakers bring their gifts of healing, teaching and guidance into our world. The Venerable Women organization coaches spiritual women healers, coaches, teachers and other changemakers to turn their gifts, skills and talents from woo-woo to woo-hoo as successful business women. Many spiritual women, focused on their gifts rather than business aspects--do no ...
Career Foreign Service Officers interview America’s most influential diplomats, capturing the sacrifice, professionalism, humor, heroism, wisdom, and triumph of modern-day American diplomacy. Through personal anecdotes, guests explain what they were trying to achieve with a given foreign policy, how they tried to accomplish those objectives, and where things went right (or wrong). Featuring conversations with America’s greatest foreign policy minds, including Thomas Pickering, John Negropont ...
Education International is the voice of teachers and other education employees across the globe. A federation of 396 associations and unions in 171 countries and territories, it represents some 32.5 million educators and support professionals in education institutions from early childhood to university. EdVoices is Education International's podcast on education policy and practice, published regularly in several languages (mainly English, French, and Spanish).
New to education? This podcast brings you advice from educators who have been there, done that. Get classroom management tips, lesson plan ideas, and other life-hacks to help inspire your career.
Hear KUOW and NPR award-winning hosts and reporters from around the globe present some of the nation's best reporting of the day's events, interviews, analysis and reviews.
Welcome to PodLit, a program for writers, readers, teachers, students and anyone else interested in contemporary literature. PodLit is a series of audio programs devoted to news, interviews and commentary about literary activities, literary life and writers and editors.
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(This is a podcast of various interviews on local or web radio stations for MyAegean) MyAegean is a student initiative of the University of the Aegean. It has come to act as a springboard for creative collaboration and exchange of ideas, a vehicle which encourage and promote direct, collective and qualitative communication and information exchange, without geographical restrictions.
As a non-profit student organization, Sigma Alpha Sigma puts forth principles of leadership, peer mentorship, and academic success for its members and chapters with which to guide their feet. Learn more about what we believe, what our values are, and what ethics we live by.
We're two smart women and our smart friends asking smart questions about current events. New episodes every other Monday. Visit us at www.funfactspodcast.com. Contact at email@example.com. Credits: Intro - "Crazy Glue" by Josh Woodward (http://joshwoodward.com/) Outro - "Love Wins" by Lee Rosevere (http://happypuppyrecords.ca)
All About Nursing explains how nurses play a significant role in providing healthcare in multiple care settings. You will be able to hear from some of these key nurses who work in practice, academia and other practice settings. There are many different kinds of roles nurses have to choose from which makes it a great profession to work in. Additionally you will hear about challenges nurses are engaged in as healthcare continues to experience an unprecedented need to decrease costs and improve ...
One of the first artists to introduce North American audiences to her style of Latin American music, the folk singer was named a 2020 National Endowment for the Arts Heritage Fellow.By Mandalit del Barco
NPR's Michel Martin discusses whether 2020 has been a bad year for injuries in the NFL, particularly for quarterbacks, with Judy Battista of NFL.com.By KUOW Staff
In Ethiopia, the 2019 winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is now embroiled in a blood war. So, what happened to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed?By Eyder Peralta
Robert Mercurio, member of the band Galactic and co-owner of the New Orleans music venue Tipitina's, tells NPR about how the pandemic will affect the future of live music.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks to Clea DuVall, writer and director of the holiday movie.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin talks with Todd Martens of The Los Angeles Times about virtual games families and friends can play together even when they are physically apart.By KUOW Staff
One of the Silicon Valley Guilty Parties who stars in Netflix’s Most-Watched Documentary Ever explains why humanity is doomed unless we do something.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Illinois artist and mother of three Ja Nelle Pleasure, who has recently experienced food insecurity, about how she is feeding her family this winter.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Jennifer Weiss-Wolf of Period Equity about where the U.S. stands on providing free menstruation products nationally and how the pandemic has affected access to them.By KUOW Staff
A peek at the "wonk rock" of Biden administration pick for Secretary of State, Antony Blinken.By Stephen Thompson
NPR's Michel Martin checks in with Lisa Goldberg, Vice President of the Board of Directors at Nourish Now, a Maryland-based nonprofit food bank, about how operations are going during the holidays.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with country singer Rissi Palmer about her radio show, "Color Me Country." It celebrates the music of Black, brown and indigenous country musicians.By KUOW Staff
Episode #9 will discuss how leftist and Joe Biden have promised student loan forgiveness and free college to everyone, but this is a tax scam on Americans. Student Loan Forgiveness is a Tax Scam The new push by leftist and Joe Biden, and the “Squad” is to have student loan forgiveness and free college. This was prefaced in September 2020 in the Her…
An Iranian scientist, who U.S. intelligence says is one of Iran's top nuclear officials, has been assassinated. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Iran Middle East expert Ariane Tabatabai about the news.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Priya Chidambaram of the Kaiser Family Foundation about their findings that more than 100,000 residents and staff of long-term care facilities have died of COVID-19.By KUOW Staff
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, one of Iran's top nuclear officials, has been assassinated. He was killed on Friday in a shooting outside Tehran. Iran's foreign minister has accused Israel of playing a role.By Peter Kenyon
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Lisa Scales, CEO of Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, about the challenge food banks are facing as the level of food insecurity in the U.S. continues to peak.By KUOW Staff
This Thanksgiving weekend, NPR shares the story of a car sale in California with a hopeful twist.By Stu Rushfield
This Thanksgiving, some musicians, including the Indigo Girls, Kae Tempest and Lianne La Havas, talk about the artists they are thankful for in a musical chain of gratitude.By KUOW Staff
Three missions from Earth are currently headed to Mars. But some scientists are saying it's time to go to Venus, despite all the challenges in heading to Earth's toxic, volcanic planetary neighbor.By Geoff Brumfiel
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with journalist Declan Walsh about his new book, The Nine Lives of Pakistan, and how Pakistan has survived decades of political and military crises.By KUOW Staff
Researchers say fall leaves may start falling a few days earlier in the future and it could have global implications for climate change.By KUOW Staff
NPR offers an expanded holiday film preview to cover the movies that have had their releases delayed into January and February 2021.By Bob Mondello
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly checks back in with Tina Rexing, owner of T-Rex Cookie in Minneapolis, to discuss how her business is doing amid new coronavirus outbreaks.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Jay Singh of Simple Flying about the increase in the number of airline passengers during the Thanksgiving holiday.By KUOW Staff
As states certify votes, President Trump continues to insist his efforts to stay in office will prevail. NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with election law expert Justin Levitt on the long-term implications.By KUOW Staff
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona died on Wednesday at age 60. NPR remembers his life and legacy.By Philip Reeves
Hospitals are figuring out how to administer drugs that are designed to treat people with mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms. The drugs are in short supply, and there is no guarantee they will work.By Richard Harris