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“Who Is My Neighbour?” is a podcast by You Belong Australia. Each episode you’ll join with Sorgul & Warren to meet some of Australia’s newest neighbours; You’ll hear their stories, listen to their hopes and dreams, and discover the incredible courage and inspiration they bring to our communities and richly diverse Australian culture. You’ll also learn from some more established Aussies too and the joy they’ve found living and working alongside our refugee & migrant background neighbours.
 
When the sun goes down the adventure is just beginning. Dive deep into the newest sounds in bass music, including dubstep, footwork, juke, leftfield and halftime. WWTNT brings the party to your living room with personal selects from your host Carissa Gem. The last Friday of every month is dedicated to producer and label showcases from Calgary and beyond.
 
There's a new neighbour on the True Crime block! On each episode of Reward Offered, your host Amanda Doyle, will take you on a deep dive into unsolved Australian cases that have financial rewards for relevant information. Reward values vary up to $2Million. How much is your information worth?
 
This is a podcast about loving your neighbour, where leaning-in close through love serves the needs of neighbours and transforms communities. Join me, Russ Mitchell of In2neighbourhoods.com as I bring bi-weekly interviews with followers of Jesus about Holy Spirit strategies that are creatively bridging the gap between church and community. It's an opportunity to learn about faith based innovative practises and relevant community development tools you can use to impact and expand your sphere ...
 
Pappy’s Flatshare is the home of all of Pappy’s podcast ventures with a brand new episode appearing every week. There’s their award winning live panel gameshow Flatshare Slamdown in which they play silly games with famous names from the world of comedy (previous guests include Romesh Ranganathan, Aisling Bea, Nish Kumar, Sara Pascoe, Josh Widdicombe, Bridget Christie, James Acaster, Kerry Godliman and many more). There’s Beef Brothers: Cold Cuts in which Pappy’s solve you the listeners’ flat ...
 
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Neighbourly

Matthew O.K. Smith

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Let's meet the residents of Little Street. Well. "Meet" is a strong word. How about: observe? Neighbourly follows the residents of Little Street, house by house. What they do, how they interact with each other, and what skeletons are hiding in their closets.
 
Today we are fortunate to be part of a period in our country's existence which will forever be remembered as the time when entrepreneurship boomed. Here is a show where entrepreneurs, Munaf & Nabeel trace the relatively unknown stories of active entrepreneurs and what makes them who they are today. They will bring stories of adventure, struggle and creativity - tales of the underdog who battled dragons to take his ambitions to a logical conclusion. Not necessarily a million dollar valuation, ...
 
The Filter Koffee podcast is not an interview. It is a window into the minds of the most interesting people that the host has met. A peek into their craft, passions and convictions. Mostly, it is a conversation. The kind that leaves you richer. The kind that only coffee can bring out. Karthik Nagarajan likes his coffee strong, just like his conversations. This cryptographer turned researcher turned screen writer turned marketer, sits down with creators, activists, business leaders, and the o ...
 
Welcome to the Ghibliotheque, the podcast that leafs through the library of films from the world’s greatest animation studio, Studio Ghibli. Michael Leader (Little White Lies, Sight & Sound), an avowed Ghibli fanatic, is sitting down with Jake Cunningham (The Independent, BFI), who has never seen any of the Studio’s work before. Together they'll be looking at the history behind Ghibli's films (including Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro and Princess Mononoke), getting a critical perspective ...
 
Much has been written about the South African Border war which is also known as the Namibian War of Independence. While the fighting was ostensibly about Namibia, most of the significant battles were fought inside Namibia’s northern neighbour, Angola. South Africa’s 23 year border war has been almost forgotten as the Cold War ebbed away and bygones were swept under the political carpet. South African politicians, particularly the ANC and the National Party, decided during negotiations to end ...
 
This is the podcast for your most outrageous next-door fails. Rich Williams and Emma Jones want to peer over your fence when things get tense so they can rate your neighbours out of ten. When they’ve got a flavour of your neighbour there’s only one more thing to do… Score Next Door. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to LuAnna: The Podcast. Hosted by pals Luisa Zissman & Anna Williamson, join the girls for their no holes barred rants, chats & bants on the topical stories of the week. Laugh along with their latest antics and join in with sharing your stories and opinions - there is no such thing as TMI on this podcast!
 
Arti Ursella is a troubled, bed-tempered teenager from Congleton, Cheshire. One of millions of UK residents living on the dole, Arti's only friends are cousin Jessica Forsyth and next-door neighbour, Aaron Fox. As the trio contemplate their future in the summer holiday, the directionless Arti's destiny is chosen FOR her; by the long-dormant amulet she's worn ever since her eighth birthday. Now this seemingly mundane accessory will finally display its true prestige & power, and Arti will disc ...
 
Life in Lockdown explores how life in lockdown, triggered by a global pandemic, has affected the lives of individuals within one social network in the UK. In each episode I (Jasmine Allen) chat with a friend, colleague, neighbour, family member or acquaintance to find out about their life in lockdown. We explore how lockdown has affected the ordinary lives of my friends’ and family at home, at work and at school.
 
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Randa Bennett & Shahad Atiya

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We discuss our journeys as immigrant girls and share the stories that made us who we are today. Who is An immigrant girl is An Immigrant Girl is anyone who picked up their life, moved to another country and started calling it home. Anyone who went through leaving their childhood home, learned a new language, made new friends, got a new jobs and navigated a new culture. This podcast is also for you if you are trying to understand and connect with an immigrant; an immigrant colleague, an immig ...
 
Ordinary people, extraordinary times in the face of COVID-19 as told to South Fremantle resident, singer Penny Shaw; recorded just before the June 2021 lockdown. ‘Pen-demic’ is a Neighbour to Neighbour initiative and supported by the City of Fremantle. Original music written and performed by Finn Pearson.
 
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As I got to know some of my neighbours better this week I thought I’d look into the the origins of the word neighbour [ˈneɪbə] / neighbor [ˈneɪbɚ]. Definition: a person who lives near or next to another a person or thing near or next to another to be or live close (to a person or thing) [source] It comes from the Middle English neighebor [ˈnɛixəbur…
 
BE WARNED: It's LuAnna, and this podcast contains honest, upfront opinions, rants, bants and general explicit content. But you know you love it! It's time to get TOTALLY EXTRA. Extra chat, extra rants, extra bants, extra stories, nonsense and more. On this week's Totally Extra: parking in the next bay when there's an empty car park, a sad dating st…
 
We're UNPLUGGED! No editing, just a raw hour and a bit of CJ, Kate and Vaya talking through the latest Neighbours plots. The Shorts and Briefs film festival is finally happening at the Flamingo Bar (and the Lassiters conference room) with a late entry by Melanie and 'Madame Susanna'. Rose puts the moves on Toadie in the VIP tent instead of working,…
 
First guest back in the booth since the beginning of the panorama - PCA is in the building playing some dubby, reggae, roots music. Playlist: Huskie - Everknow Ari Up - Me Done KC White - No No No Gregory Isaacs - Love is Overdue Buju Banton - Mi A Bad Boy Cutty Ranks - Rudeboy Shabba Ranks - Caan Done Stylo G - Dumpling Spice - Romantic Mood Badda…
 
What difference can someone with no skills or experience make in the lives of young refugees? According to Andre, a lot! Working with Multicultural Australia, Andre supports young refugees in the Toowoomba community. Andre’s interest in working with the refugee community began with her university degree in international studies, where she had the c…
 
#003 - Have you every found yourself disillusioned with the church, and wanting to throw in the towel? Well, my guest today has been there and knows that struggle. Jessica Ketola, is both pastor of the Practising Church in Shoreline, Washington, and a Parish Guide for the Parish Collective (Seattle) where she serves on the instructional team for le…
 
This is a two part special of I've Been Thinking, digging deeper into the situation in Afghanistan.In this episode Peter is in conversation with Ajmal Ahmady, until very recently the Governor of the Central Bank of Afghanistan and Minister of Commerce who saw the eye storm of the Taliban takeover and tries to answer "what comes next for the country…
 
BE WARNED: It's LuAnna, and this podcast contains honest, upfront opinions, rants, bants and general explicit content. But you know you love it! On LuAnna this week: Lu’s in an odd mood, and boy don’t we find out, it’s Autumn, it’s chaos at the petrol pumps of Great Britain, Enzo turned 5, we’ve had enough of WhatsApp groups and house viewings but …
 
For decades Australian soccer has operated in the shadow of the other major sporting codes.Despite its immense popularity as a community sport, it's struggled to attract the eyeballs, sponsorship, and the profile of the AFL and the NRL.Almost half of Australia's premier soccer clubs are owned or controlled by foreign entities, raising the question:…
 
China Unbound: A New World Disorder, journalist Joanna Chiu takes her experience of over a decade examining China's expansion and puts pen to paper to give the reader a view of it's economic power, it's sway over foreign countries, and how China's growth has been handled by Western Nations. Peter and Joanna go under the hood of leader Xi Jinping's …
 
This year has been a weird one for UK gardeners – unpredictable spring temperatures meant flowers failed to bloom and throughout the rainy summer, slugs have been savaging salad crops. But why and when plants blossom is about more than just early cold spells and wet weather, and a listener in California has asked Crowdscience to investigate. Flower…
 
The Baker Institute for Public Policy's Kristian Coates Ulrichsen joins Arab Digest editor William Law in a conversation about how Qatar is renewing independent foreign policy initiatives that are gaining pace as the small Gulf state plays a pivotal role, assisting Washington in smoothing out the rough edges from Joe Biden's abrupt and chaotic with…
 
This is episode 30 and it’s the start of Operation Reindeer, one of the most important ops conducted by the SADF during the Border War. It involved two different attacks – one by air on Cassinga and the second a ground assault by a mechanised battle group targeting Chetequera and its satellite bases further south. Cassinga was 250 kilometers across…
 
The sigma male of journalism, Terry Xu, has been sued for defamation and according to our non-litigious and non-pliant judicial system which is totally fair and not biased whatsoever has found him GUILTY! His website, The Online Citizen was also forced to be taken down! What does this mean for the future of journalism in Singapore?Will Terry ever r…
 
This episode's case is the unsolved 2018 murder of Mark Russell inside his Surry Hills unit. After almost 2 decades of living rough on the streets of Sydney, Mark was finally starting to find some stability in his life. He had plenty to look forward to. That is until someone or someones, for reasons as yet unknown, brutally murdered him in what was…
 
With the rise of superhero movies dominating the box office, these days it seems like it's almost fashionable to be a geek. Veteran death metaller Matt Harvey (Exhumed, Pounder) was a geek long before being a geek was cool. Mr. Harvey grew up on horror/ monster movies, sci-fi and comic books. So being the talented musician he is, his latest project…
 
How are fashion designers using digital technology to reduce textile waste? In this episode we discuss how digital technologies such as 3D pattern making software and body scanning are key to a sustainable fashion industry. Featuring: Dr Timo Rissanen, Associate Professor in Fashion and Textiles, University of Technology, Sydney Nat Stratos, Circul…
 
The Beef Brothers are here to sort out your beef with special guest James McNicholas James McNicholas - https://twitter.com/jamesmcnicholas Pappy’s - https://twitter.com/pappystweet If you have a flatshare based beef you'd like us to solve then send it to beefbrotherspodcast@gmail.com Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/pappysflatshare …
 
BE WARNED: It's LuAnna, and this podcast contains honest, upfront opinions, rants, bants and general explicit content. But you know you love it! On LuAnna this week: an NTA debrief and shoutout to Anna Whitehouse (a.k.a MotherPukka), Lu’s trip to France was an all around success and she had the best time, Anna went to a school fete and got spotted,…
 
What is private education? Who goes in and who comes out? Like Peter, Richard Beard experienced such an education and writes about its impact and how it has shaped modern government in his latest book Sad Little Men: Private Schools and the Ruin of England.He and Peter get into private education's history, the breeding ground of power and its posit…
 
Today we’re looking into the the origins of the word bucket [ˈbʌkɪt/ˈbə-kət]. Definition: a container made of rigid material, often with a handle, used to carry liquids or small items. a part of a piece of machinery that resembles a bucket [source] It comes from the Middle English buket/boket [ˈbukɛt] (bucket), partly from the Old English bucc (buc…
 
Look into my eyes. What do you see? Pupil, lens, retina… an intricate set of special tissues and mechanisms all working seamlessly together, so that I can see the world around me. Charles Darwin called the eye an ‘organ of extreme perfection’ and he’s not wrong!But if the eye is so complex and intricate, how did it evolve? One listener, Aloyce from…
 
In this episode, Karthik speaks with Nirupama Subramanian - A leadership coach and author of 'Powerful', her new book. In her third book, Nirupama creates 6 archetypes that women can use to unlock the power in different life situations. Nirupama and Karthik talk about gender stereotypes at work, the different political and literary personalities sh…
 
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