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The Magma Music podcast.. Catch us on facebook @ facebook.com/musicamagma
Covering everything that happends in Nicaragua after CIDH comfirmed that they have received confirmation from Nicaragua's goverment to visit the country.
Once US small business owner, now living in Nicaragua. Own a sailboat charter biz. Listen to get a taste of life from a gringo's perspective living in San Juan del Sur, Nica. NicaSailandSurf@gmail.com
Our videocast: In My Mug
Welcome to Cigarheadz your weekly entertainment of cigars, news, sports, and anything else we find interesting.
Librivox volunteers bring you 14 readings of Morning, Noon and Night by James Weldon Johnson. This was the weekly poetry project for the week of September 14th, 2014.James Weldon Johnson served as U. S. Consul to Venezuela and Nicaragua, was an early leader in the NAACP and contributed to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. He had a broad appreciation for black artists, musicians and writers, and worked to heighten awareness of their creativity. (from Wikipedia)
The Latin American History Podcast aims to tell the story of Spanish and Portuguese America from its very beginnings up until the present day. Latin America’s history is home to some of the most exciting and unbelievable stories of adventure and exploration, and this podcast will tell these stories in all their glory. It will examine colonial society, slavery, and what life was like for the region’s inhabitants during this period. We will look at what caused the wars of independence, how the ...
News and analysis of politics, security, development and U.S. policy in Latin America and the Caribbean, from the Washington Office on Latin America.
A podcast dedicated to sharing the message of the Bible, while enjoying a good cigar.
Presented by Andrew Mueller, Monocle 24’s flagship global-affairs show features expert guests and in-depth analysis of the big issues of the week. Winner in the ‘best current affairs’ category of the 2018 British Podcast awards.
The CSIS Americas Program podcast looks at the politics and policies of the 35 countries in the Western Hemisphere. It especially focuses on U.S. engagement with the region, whether on trade, diplomacy, or security issues like drugs and terrorism. Guests include top policymakers from the U.S. and other countries.
Founded in 1973, The Heritage Foundation is a research and educational institution—a think tank—whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ashley Rodriguez talks to folks about gender, race, sex, and other important issues in coffee. We invite people from all realms of the coffee world to share stories and engage in discussion - we want to hear from you! Contact us at email@example.com
The Need To Know podcast is a production of the Office of Congressional Relations at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Each episode we will bring our nonpartisan research to life through interviews with experts and practitioners covering the world. Our goal is to bring the best independent research, open dialogue and actionable ideas to congressional staff, policy makers, and anyone else who needs to know.
In this podcast, I’m going to chat with the interesting, remarkable, and sometimes downright crazy people I’ve met from my travels and time living abroad. I’ve spent a good part of my adult life traveling, and the last decade living in places like Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Cambodia, Thailand, and the Philippines.During that time, I’ve run into some of the most amazing people you can imagine. This podcast is a forum for me to share their voices, their stories, and give you a glimpse into their l ...
My artwork comes in video form. Many different styles, places, and places, all in one show.
Join host, Robert Estrada, as he takes you back before the United States was a thought. Starting with the rise of Tun Tavern, History of the Marine Corps covers significant U.S. events, conflicts, strategies, political decisions, and the origin of Marine Corps traditions. What role did Marines play during the American Revolution? What challenges did Lieutenant Presley O'Bannon face as he marched towards Tripoli? How did Marines get to the Halls of Montezuma? We'll dig into the details and sh ...
Amateur Traveler is an award winning audio travel show that focuses primarily on the question: "where should you go next and what should you see, do and eat there?". Amateur Traveler won its creator Chris Christensen a Travel+Leisure SMITTY award as the best independent travel journalist and a Society of American Travel Writers Lowell Thomas Award. It is also used to teach English at Oxford University.
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.
Podcast by Brice Sturmer
A progressive take on current events. Produced by an independent media collective at Vancouver Cooperative Radio.
Launched in February 2007, Monocle is a premium media brand with magazine, web, audio, retail and broadcast divisions. With coverage of forgotten states, alluring political figures, emerging brands, fresh forces in popular culture and inspiring design solutions, our mission is to keep an eye and an ear on the world.
Moderate Rebels is a news and politics podcast and video show hosted by journalists Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton. We report on the US empire and the endless war propaganda sold to us each day in the corporate media.
Learn about Kansas City's hottest Cigar Shop, La Cultura Cigar and Social with Ben Gardner, Mike Stous, and hosted by KC Radio Veteran Sean Tyler. In addition to events at the shop, we cover cigars, whiskey, and a whole host of topics. Sound, editing, and production: TCM Media
The Audio version of In My Mug, the weekly coffee subscription podcast from Hasbean
Join Christiana Ellis in her ongoing attempts to lose weight. The highs the lows, and the in-betweens.
A blog covering an assortment of topics, from religion, unsolved mysteries, the paranormal, and UFOs, to health and fitness, and book and DVD recommendations.
Stories from 96 is focused on the life of Tolu Obalade who is currently completing his Master's in Public Policy at the University of Maryland. Tolu is an immigrant who has lived in the United Kingdom, Nigeria, Nicaragua, and is currently residing in the United States. Each episode focuses on a different experience ranging from growing up in an African home to dealing with racism in higher education in the U.S. https://www.instagram.com/storiesfrom96/
"Kafe with David and Gai" is a biweekly podcast by Dávila Kafe Coffee Company, a specialty coffee company delivering the best single-origin roasts from Haïti and Nicaragua. Together, we'll discuss coffee, culture, and community. We’re fueling hearts and minds from Long Island, NY. www.davilakafe.com | Have an idea for the show or questions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. | @davilakafe |
Each year, millions of Americans travel abroad and more than 3,000 are imprisoned every year. Many of them are wrongfully convicted, and many of them are told they will never go home again. From Focus Features and L.A. Times Studios comes the brand-new podcast series, CONVICTED: ACROSS BORDERS. Hosted by famed lawyer and bestselling author, Marcia Clark, we’ll hear straight from the mouths of the men and women who lived through these trials. Through these stories we’ll explore how seemingly ...
Mike (he/him) / Sterling (he/him) / Cosper (they/them) / Ward (he/him)/ Jaron (he/him) - Turn Leftist Podcast available on all platforms! Political history & current events from various Leftist perspectives.
What's it like making a film in some of the toughest and most interesting parts of the world? Krishnan Guru-Murthy takes you behind the scenes of the award-winning Channel 4 documentary series Unreported World, and talks to the reporters about the memories they made and the challenges they faced to bring us the world's untold stories.
Everything has a story... including the most interesting homes, businesses, cars, boats, planes and everything else that's FOR SALE! Want to feature an item that you have FOR SALE? Email: Marc@CustomInternetMedia.com
Podcast by Water For People
Un podcast sobre cine, tv, tecnología y todo lo demás. Por Juan Carlos Ampie y Manuel Diaz Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/no-pasa-nada/support
Welcome to In it to Win it! Steve and Daniel combine comedy and investing. Interviews with a variety of guests discussing money, passive income, real estate, stocks, and wealth building.
Local news that impacts you. Journalists at The Squamish Chief newspaper examine the most important topics affecting the town. Once a week, every Friday. Hosted by Steven Chua and Keili Bartlett. Cover photo by Clayton Matthews.
[es] Un podcast donde charlamos con deportistas de diferentes disciplinas alrededor del mundo. [en] A podcast where we chat with sportspersons from all over the world.
Five Minutes Five Issues: the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity's audio show.
Cornelius and Magee both like cigars and gambling so hitting record and sharing their ongoing dialogue as a podcast seems logical enough... recorded live from the studio level of Capitol Cigars in Denver, CO our co-hosts will smoke and discuss a different cigar during every week's episode while also engaging with one another, as well as guests and listeners, about sports gambling and poker and other gaming news and issues. Realistically, they'll probably also be discussing music too as they ...
Stephen Sackur speaks to Nicaraguan journalist and former revolutionary Carlos Fernando Chamorro. He is currently in exile as President Daniel Ortega intensifies his crackdown on dissent. Why has the country slumped back into authoritarianism?By BBC World Service
The story of Hasbean and Finca Limoncillo is a long and exciting one - we've been working together for 13 years now! A bakers' dozen of coffee harvests shared between Matagalpa and Stafford make us very happy customers. We've been telling the story of this relationship for many years now and we don't intend to stop any time soon because it's such a…
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Nicaraguan poet and political activist Gioconda Belli about the increasing tension in Nicaragua, as the country moves towards a presidential election.By Mary Louise Kelly
Nicaragua has descended into political crisis as the socialist regime of President Daniel Ortega has arrested many presidential candidates and other opposition figures. Others have simply “gone missing.” Meanwhile, the Biden Administration has responded to this radical anti-democratic crackdown with utter silence. In response to this situation, Her…
Once a good friend and political ally of Nicaragua’s president Daniel Ortega, novelist Sergio Ramírez finds himself an enemy of the state. Andrew Mueller explains how this plot developed.By Monocle 24
This week we talked with Ramiro Sebastián Fúnez again about Nicaragua & The Sandinistas!Ramiro made a documentary about Nicaragua and the Sandinista Revolution called "Nicaragua Against Empire." You can find it on YouTube here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wUDr0tQxqsRamiro's YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/user/RamiroFunezJUST RESTOCKED ALL SIZES of o…
Missions ReportMissionary Jose Obando (Nicaragua)Sunday Message recorded 12 September 2021by Pastor Victor MorrisonFirst Baptist Church1700 MilamColumbus, TX, USA 78934http://fbccolumbustx.org/By FBC - Columbus
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with Chris Nyamandi, Country Director of Save The Children in Afghanistan about a restriction on girls' education and other threats to children's welfare under the Taliban.By Leila Fadel
Attributed to climate change, Brazil's historic drought is devastating its coffee farmers, who's crops supply much of the world.By Philip Reeves
South Texas is the one place in the U.S. where ocelots breed in the wild. After the death of a male, scientists tried something novel: artificial insemination from a wild ocelot into one at a zoo.By Dominic Anthony Walsh
The New Orleans City Council is grilling power company Entergy about the catastrophic failure of its grid after Hurricane Ida. Mass power outages contributed to at least 11 deaths related to heat.By Tegan Wendland
Seven House lawmakers are facing ethics complaints for violating the Stock Act, which polices insider trading, because of a recent bipartisan trend of lawmakers ignoring disclosure requirements.By Deirdre Walsh
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with novelist Richard Powers about his new book, Bewilderment, about a widowed father and his son trying to make sense of the world.By Leila Fadel
This week we celebrate the release of ‘The Monocle Book of Entrepreneurs’, a guide to starting and running your own business. Daniel Bach speaks to editors Joe Pickard and Chiara Rimella about what makes a great business book and how they approached putting together Monocle’s latest title. Plus: editor in chief Andrew Tuck discusses the importance …
Latika Bourke and Vincent McAviney discuss what Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison want from Joe Biden, Sweden’s proposed “family week” and the UK broadcast regulator Ofcom’s new list of offensive words. Plus: a sneak peek at Monocle’s redesigned October issue with Andrew Tuck and Josh Fehnert. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily ru…
Latin American Program Director Dr. Cindy Arnson and Ambassador Mark Green hear from Colombian President Iván Duque and have a conversation with him about the challenges in South America and in dealing with migrants from Venezuela.
France has, not for the first time, attempted to apologise to the Harki community for its treatment of them following the country’s historic war with Algeria. But are President Macron’s morals and motives closely aligned?By Monocle 24
France has, not for the first time, attempted to apologise to the Harki community for its treatment of them following the country’s historic war with Algeria. But are President Macron’s morals and motives closely aligned? From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
Ben Norton analyzes the lies and misleading claims in US President Joe Biden's speech at the United Nations, and shows how the corporate media coverage is very misleading. VIDEO: https://rokfin.com/post/53970/Bidens-UN-speech-shows-further-US-commitment-to-war-and-meddling-not-diplomacyBy Moderate Rebels
Will the Taliban be permitted to address the United Nations? Plus: Pfizer’s vaccine trial on younger children, the role of Germany’s Free Democratic Party in the country’s federal election and Monocle’s Nic Monisse rounds up the week’s urbanism news. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
We unpack the major speeches from the United Nations General Assembly and get the morning newspaper headlines from the Middle East. Plus, why Sweden is proposing a ‘family week’ holiday. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
Republicans in Texas have managed to ban abortion in almost all cases in their state. Anyone performing, aiding or abetting the termination of a pregnancy after roughly six weeks can be sued in court. The implications are enormous, not just in Texas but across the US. And it points to a wider phenomenon. Ideological conservatives are using state ac…
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Jacqueline Charles of the Miami Herald and John Holman of Al Jazeera English about the Haitian migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border and those being returned to Haiti.By Audie Cornish
NPR's Leila Fadel talks with Neta Crawford, co-director of the Cost of War Project, about civilian casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan at the hands of U.S. military strikes.By Leila Fadel
With the FDA poised to authorize a Pfizer booster, a CDC advisory panel is scheduled to consider who exactly should get it. Johnson & Johnson says a booster also works for its one-shot vaccine.By Rob Stein
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Kirsten Grind about the recent turmoil at video game company Activision Blizzard.By Audie Cornish
Pop singer Lorde has released an EP in te reo Maori, the Native language in her home country of New Zealand. Maori artists say that this is just one branch of a larger movement to revive the language.By Sam Yellowhorse Kesler
A series of reforms are being proposed for Rikers Island jail in New York, which has been rocked by deaths, violence and reports of unsanitary conditions.By Jasmine Garsd
We venture to 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen. Plus: US-based artist Willie Cole shares his approach to using recycled materials and, at the London Design Festival, we browse a collection from British manufacturers SCP. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
Yossi Mekelberg and Daniella Peled discuss the UN General Assembly, government bailouts and France’s proposed fund to help freelance journalists. Plus: Andrew Downie’s new book on the 1970 World Cup. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
In this week’s episode of The Chiefs, Monocle's editorial director Tyler Brûlé joins Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas on leading in times of crisis and the future of Estonia and its national identity. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
We have the latest from Montreal as Justin Trudeau is returned as Canada’s prime minister. Plus: Brazil’s leader causes a scene in New York, the latest on Germany’s federal vote and Monocle’s culture editor Chiara Rimella joins us from Art Basel. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.…
We discuss Justin Trudeau’s re-election in Canada’s snap election and hear about the fallout in Australia from the Aukus deal. Plus, we round up the latest fashion news with Dana Thomas. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide. More info.By Monocle 24
The U.S.'s top film schools are prioritizing a diverse student body. The demand for better representation on screen and behind the camera requires a talent pipeline from film schools.By Mandalit del Barco