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Cochrane produces systematic reviews which are recognized as the highest standard in evidence-based health care resources. Listen to Cochrane review authors explain in plain language the evidence and findings of their high-impact reviews. In 5 minutes or less, healthcare professionals to patients and families can understand the latest trusted evidence to help make better informed decisions.
 
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Science Weekly podcast will now explore some of the crucial scientific questions about Covid-19. Led by its usual hosts Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin and Nicola Davis, as well as the Guardian's health editor Sarah Boseley, we’ll be taking questions – some sent by you – to experts on the frontline of the global outbreak. Send us your questions here: theguardian.com/covid19questions
 
Welcome to The Final Word on all things Political and Pop Cultural. Comedic duo Frangela makes "Real News. REAL FUNNY!" Your positive "Back Up AND Black Up!" here to inspire you to #RESIST! Subscribe, review, and get a new episode each week! As a quick listen option, we also give you our classic "Idiot of the Week" in a separate podcast. Produced by Gayle and Laura in Vermont.
 
The Democracy Paradox explores the diverse range of perspectives and insights about democracy through an interview format. Every week new scholars are invited to share their breakthrough research or bold ideas about politics, economics, and society. Most interviews are stand alone episodes, but some are tied together like the three episode arc "Resistance, Revolution, Democracy" which explored the concept of civil resistance and revolution to produce democracies. These three interviews featu ...
 
From current events to conspiracy theories - nothing is off limits here. Most of the time we are riffing on current events and topics we find interesting. We are no experts....just a couple guys calling it like we see it. Eric and Matt met in a local town Facebook group around the start of the hysteria that is 2020. We had so much to say and were learning so much about what's happening in the left hand while the right is dangling shiny objects at us constantly, that we wanted to share our th ...
 
A podcast which takes a look at the interesting happenings inside the world of video games. From news and reviews to the deeper aspects of the industry. Join MattDLN & friends in a journey which takes them around the Game Sphere. Game Sphere is a podcast brought to you by the Destination Linux Network!
 
A free open access series of podcasts for all healthcare professionals working with older adults. We will present the evidence base, recent advances and established best practice / wisdom in healthcare for older adults. Each episode reviews an aspect of caring for older adults from the perspective of our MDT faculty. A BigFings Media Production - www.bigfings.com
 
Choir lovers, rejoice! Join International Orange Chorale Director Zane Fiala and SF Chorister Giacomo DiGrigoli as they interview notable choral composers, conductors, and singers, review new and notable performances, chat about the Bay Area choral scene, and cover some of the larger questions, issues, and topics of interest affecting all of us in the choral community. More at https://www.inunisonpodcast.com
 
Original Transplants is the official podcast of Satoyama Homestead, where we'll share news and information in support of home-scale agriculture and horticulture. Hear it? Review it! Like it? Share it! For more information, find your way to tumblr: http://spreadcasts.tumblr.com instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spreadcasts/ or the homepage: http://www.satoyamahs.org To submit questions to Original Transplants, use the form at http://spreadcasts.tumblr.com/ask , use the contact form at http ...
 
Conversations with key opinion leaders in the field of infectious disease management. eInfections Review is a bi-monthly CME accredited email and bi-monthly CME accredited podcast series created specifically for infectious disease management professionals. Each newsletter provides a review of important journal literature. The Program is presented by The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. eInfections Review is supported by an educational grant from AstraZeneca, Cubist Pharmaceutical ...
 
Black Lightning The '82 Podcast is a podcast dedicated to the CW series Black Lightning. Wally Analog and Rowls Royce Elite will review each episode, providing their perspectives on the show's impact on the culture. Contact: holler@est1982podcast.com Black Lightning and images are trademarks of DC Comics. The podcast is not sponsored or affiliated with DC Comics, Warner Bros. or The CW.
 
Season 3: Embers from a Chimney II is a D&D5e podcast that will journey with 4 wayward adventurers into the heart of the Southlands; a land of mystery and adventure, where riches and dangers await those brave enough to cross the wild expanses. Season 2: The Player’s Perspective is a bitesize podcast that is created in conjunction with The DMs Perspective podcast (found on all podcasting platforms), hosted by my own GM ... Nulky (@iNulky). I will review my role playing within D&D campaigns wh ...
 
G'day, I'm Kat John. My mission is to inspire you to save your fks for the things that matter and give zerofks to the things that don't. Through sharing real guidance, raw truths relatable stories, this podcast is sure to help you dig deep into yourself and create a new outlook on life. New episodes released on Monday. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts, and please rate and review the podcast if you enjoy it.
 
Welcome to the War Studies podcast. We bring you world-leading research from the School of Security Studies at King’s College London, the largest community of scholars in the world dedicated to the study of all aspects of security, defence and international relations. We aim to explore the complex realm of conflict and uncover the challenges at the heart of navigating world affairs and diplomatic relations, because we believe the study of war is fundamental to understanding the world we live ...
 
Resistance Radio is hosted by WHIV founder MarkAlain Dery and Kenny Francis, who discuss a range of local, national, and international social justice-related current event news stories. Resistance Radio airs live on WHIV and WBOK on Mondays at 6pm. Recent guests and topics include Vincenzo Pasquantonio of the Mayor’s Office on Human Relations to discuss Human Rights Day, HIV activists to talk about U=U, and State Representative Royce Duplessis to review the notable bills that passed in the 2 ...
 
MSRcast has spawned out of the long running fanzine Mainstream Resistance from Texas. We started out as a webzine then branched out to print. After many successful years in print, and with some tough times around 2000, we decided to put MSR (Mainstream Resistance) to bed for the time being. Some of the writers and editors of MSR still kept their metal roots grounded by writing for other metal zines and staying in the local metal scene. "Now is the time to show the world the rebirth of MSR," ...
 
Welcome to the Ex-Worker: an audio strike against a monotone world! This twice-monthly podcast explores a wide range of anarchist ideas and action. In each episode, we take an in-depth look at a different topic, introducing various manifestations of the struggle for liberation, and round it off with news, reviews, profiles of current anarchist projects, upcoming events, and more. If you're curious about anarchist visions of freedom—or if you dream of a world off the clock—tune in!
 
This is the audio (podcast) version of the Randall Terry: Voice Of Resistance TV Show (Watch at www.VoiceOfResistance.com). The series brings you a 5-day a week news program with timely politics, comedic reviews and Christian/Constitutional teachings. Randall Terry, the Founder of Operation Rescue, Society For Truth and justice and Insurrecta Nex, dives into the social and political issues with historical, faith-based and political grounding, with no compromise… and comedy, for good measure. ...
 
The Mr. Robot After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of USA's Mr. Robot. Show Summary: Young, anti-social computer programmer Elliot works as a cybersecurity engineer during the day, but at night he is a vigilante hacker. He is recruited by the mysterious leader of an underground group of hackers to join their organization. Elliot's task? Help bring down corporate America, including the company he is paid to protect, which presents him with a moral dilemma. Although he works for a ...
 
SSEAC Stories is a podcast series produced by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre at the University of Sydney. Experts join us in every episode to explore the latest research and share their insights on a wide range of topics pertaining to Southeast Asia.Visit our website for more information or to browse additional resources: sydney.edu.au/sseac.
 
Successful business leaders have discovered that in order to make their businesses work they need to “humanize” every aspect of their business. Humanizing profit takes the emphasis solely off of the currency exchange and creates a much more powerful human transaction that permeates through every part of the business.
 
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In the 19th century Europe had thought that they had moved towards liberalism, enlightenment, rationality, progress, that stuff like mass warfare was over and it wouldn't come back. And then you have four years of senseless, mass slaughter, they just totally destroyed or challenged those ideas of humankind getting better off, progress of humankind …
 
In this episode, we are talking to Mark Krotov, the publisher and co-editor of n + 1, a magazine of politics, essays and fiction described once: “like The Paris Review, but not dead” (Keith Gessen, co-founder). Mark was born in Moscow and left Russia for Atlanta at the age of six. He graduated from Columbia in 2008. Before joining n + 1, he used to…
 
This episode will be the first of a four-part series featuring the winners and honorable mentions of the 2021 Book Awards for the Association of Asian American Studies. Since 1987, the book awards at the annual Asian American Studies Association conference (or AAAS) has given valuable attention onto the works in Asian American Studies that have bee…
 
How has social media shaped contemporary society? In The Social Media Age (Sage, 2021), Zoetanya Sujon, a Senior Lecturer and Programme Director in Communications and Media at London College of Communication, analyses social media, from pre-history through to our more contemporary critical turn. The book considers a wide range of issues and perspec…
 
Listen to this interview of Ken Hyland, Professor of Applied Linguistics in Education at the University of East Anglia, UK. We talked about his book Second Language Writing (Cambridge UP, 2019), the importance of reflection to teaching, and about the importance of teaching to research, and about the importance of research to reflection. Interviewer…
 
Today I talked to Giulia Zampini about her research into drug taking, and particularly about the "People and Dancefloors" project. Based on a participatory action research methodology, People and Dancefloors involves knowledge co-creation with project partners and participants. Led by a team of researchers and impact experts, the project crosses th…
 
Palila v Hawaii. New Zealand’s Te Urewera Act. Sierra Club v Disney. These legal phrases hardly sound like the makings of a revolution, but beyond the headlines portending environmental catastrophes, a movement of immense import has been building ― in courtrooms, legislatures, and communities across the globe. Cultures and laws are transforming to …
 
Marc Brackett is a professor in Yale University's Child Study Center and founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. In his 25 years as an emotion scientist, he has developed a remarkably effective plan to improve the lives of children and adults - a blueprint for understanding our emotions and using them wisely so that they he…
 
In April 1917, Lenin arrived at Petrograd's Finland Station and set foot on Russian soil for the first time in over a decade. For most of the past seventeen years, the Bolshevik leader had lived in exile, moving between Europe's many "Russian colonies"--large and politically active communities of emigres in London, Paris, and Geneva, among other ci…
 
In this episode, we are talking to Mark Krotov, the publisher and co-editor of n + 1, a magazine of politics, essays and fiction described once: “like The Paris Review, but not dead” (Keith Gessen, co-founder). Mark was born in Moscow and left Russia for Atlanta at the age of six. He graduated from Columbia in 2008. Before joining n + 1, he used to…
 
What does it mean to be resilient in a societal or in an international context? Where does resilience come from? From which discipline was it 'imported' into international relations? If a particular government employs the meaning of resilience to its own benefit, should scholars reject the analytical purchase of the concept of resilience as a whole…
 
Privilege and Punishment: How Race and Class Matter in Criminal Court (Princeton UP, 2020) by Matthew Clair is a powerful ethnographic study of the experiences and perspectives of criminal defendants. While many studies have demonstrated the existence of race and class disparities in the criminal justice system, Clair conducted a rare and compellin…
 
This episode will be the first of a four-part series featuring the winners and honorable mentions of the 2021 Book Awards for the Association of Asian American Studies. Since 1987, the book awards at the annual Asian American Studies Association conference (or AAAS) has given valuable attention onto the works in Asian American Studies that have bee…
 
Today I talked to Rebecca D’Harlingue about her novel The Lines Between Us (She Writes Press, 2020). A widow in 17th century Spain discovers that her beloved niece, Juliana, has suddenly disappeared. Juliana records her forced journey in the diary she received from Tia Ana. Years later, when she feels herself to be nearing the end of her life, she …
 
Privilege and Punishment: How Race and Class Matter in Criminal Court (Princeton UP, 2020) by Matthew Clair is a powerful ethnographic study of the experiences and perspectives of criminal defendants. While many studies have demonstrated the existence of race and class disparities in the criminal justice system, Clair conducted a rare and compellin…
 
Listen to this interview of Ken Hyland, Professor of Applied Linguistics in Education at the University of East Anglia, UK. We talked about his book Second Language Writing (Cambridge UP, 2019), the importance of reflection to teaching, and about the importance of teaching to research, and about the importance of research to reflection. Interviewer…
 
I spoke with Bobby Lee about his book 'The promise of Bitcoin: The Future of Money and How It Can Work for You' (McGraw-Hill, 2021). Bobby Lee is a very interesting character, among the leading figures in the field of cryptocurrency. He is the founder and CEO of Ballet, a cryptocurrency startup. He is the cofounder of BTCC, the longest-running bitc…
 
In this episode, we are talking to Mark Krotov, the publisher and co-editor of n + 1, a magazine of politics, essays and fiction described once: “like The Paris Review, but not dead” (Keith Gessen, co-founder). Mark was born in Moscow and left Russia for Atlanta at the age of six. He graduated from Columbia in 2008. Before joining n + 1, he used to…
 
In this episode Danny and Alan discuss the relationship between shift work and health. Why does shift work have negative health impacts? How can one mitigate circadian misalignment? How does shift work impact nutrient metabolism? What nutrition, sleep and lifestyle strategies can help shift workers? Show notes at: sigmanutrition.com/episode387…
 
The unsung heroes of World War Two risked everything to ensure naval manoeuvres were fulfilled and convoys, sending vital food and supplies to Britain, were safe. Much is left untold of the incredible logistics that were at play - crossing the inhospitable North Sea, escaping under fire and extricating hundreds of thousands of troops from Dunkirk b…
 
Today on the Matt Walsh Show, many people are desperately trying to come up with a rationale to continue wearing a mask, now that the CDC has changed its guidance on the issue. Also Five Headlines including the NYC Pride parade bans cops from participating, a teacher is caught on camera berating a student, and 60 Minutes is the latest mainstream me…
 
Callimachus may be the best-kept secret in all of ancient poetry. Loved and admired by later Romans and Greeks, his funny, sexy, generous, thoughtful, learned, sometimes elaborate, and always articulate lyric poems, hymns, epigrams, and short stories in verse have gone without a contemporary poetic champion, until now. In After Callimachus (Princet…
 
The "decline of the West" is once again a frequent topic of speculation. Often cited as one element of the alleged decline is the succession of prolonged and unsuccessful wars--most notably those waged in recent decades by the United States. This book by three Danish military experts examines not only the validity of the speculation but also asks w…
 
Where racism and sexism meet—an understanding of anti-Black misogyny. When Moya Bailey first coined the term misogynoir, she defined it as the ways anti-Black and misogynistic representation shape broader ideas about Black women, particularly in visual culture and digital spaces. She had no idea that the term would go viral, touching a cultural ner…
 
A brief, elegant memoir of the author's work as a Red Cross volunteer delivering emergency water to residents of Flint, Michigan, Standpipe sets the struggles of a city in crisis against the author's personal journey as his mother declines into dementia and eventual death. Written with a poet's eye for detail and quiet metaphor, Standpipe: Deliveri…
 
Louis Jacobs was Britain's most gifted Jewish scholar. A Talmudic genius, outstanding teacher and accomplished author, cultured and easy-going, he was widely expected to become Britain's next Chief Rabbi. Then controversy struck. The Chief Rabbi refused to appoint him as Principal of Jews' College, the country's premier rabbinic college. He further…
 
Now in its fifth edition, Analyzing Architecture has become internationally established as the best introduction to architecture. Aimed primarily at those wishing to become professional architects, it also offers those in disciplines related to architecture (from archaeology to stage design, garden design to installation art), a clear and accessibl…
 
Western media accounts often suggest that China is rising inexorably as a global economic and political powerhouse. A new book by Luke Patey offers a more nuanced picture, focusing on the growing backlash against Chinese aspirations. Author Luke Patey, a senior researcher from the Danish Institute for International Studies, discusses his new book H…
 
Everyone has heard of the term "pseudoscience", typically used to describe something that looks like science, but is somehow false, misleading, or unproven. Many would be able to agree on a list of things that fall under its umbrella-- astrology, phrenology, UFOlogy, creationism, and eugenics might come to mind. But defining what makes these fields…
 
From kelly green to millennial pink, our world is graced with a richness of colors. But our human-made colors haven’t always matched nature’s kaleidoscopic array. To reach those brightest heights required millennia of remarkable innovation and a fascinating exchange of ideas between science and craft that’s allowed for the most luminous manifestati…
 
Welcome to The Academic Life. You are smart and capable, but you aren’t an island, and neither are we. So we reached across our mentor network to bring you podcasts on everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Wish we’d bring in an expert about something? Email us at cgessler@gmail.com or dr.danamalone@…
 
The inside story of the world's most famous board game-a buried piece of American history with an epic scandal that continues today. The Monopolists: Obsession, Fury, and the Scandal Behind the World's Favorite Board Game (Bloomsbury, 2015) reveals the unknown story of how Monopoly came into existence, the reinvention of its history by Parker Broth…
 
Everything, in the end, comes down to Exodus. Everything that we are as a civilization goes back to Exodus. Every person, religious or not, who wants to consider him or herself educated needs to engage with Exodus. And, fortunately for us, the noted academic Leon Kass has provided us with that unique thing—a book that is both magisterial and readab…
 
The inside story of the world's most famous board game-a buried piece of American history with an epic scandal that continues today. The Monopolists: Obsession, Fury, and the Scandal Behind the World's Favorite Board Game (Bloomsbury, 2015) reveals the unknown story of how Monopoly came into existence, the reinvention of its history by Parker Broth…
 
Callimachus may be the best-kept secret in all of ancient poetry. Loved and admired by later Romans and Greeks, his funny, sexy, generous, thoughtful, learned, sometimes elaborate, and always articulate lyric poems, hymns, epigrams, and short stories in verse have gone without a contemporary poetic champion, until now. In After Callimachus (Princet…
 
The "decline of the West" is once again a frequent topic of speculation. Often cited as one element of the alleged decline is the succession of prolonged and unsuccessful wars--most notably those waged in recent decades by the United States. This book by three Danish military experts examines not only the validity of the speculation but also asks w…
 
The Erez Series is comprised of the Concise Guides to the full gamut of Jewish thought, from the Torah to modern halakha (Jewish law) and Mahshava (Jewish philosophy). The late Rabbi Adin Even Israel Steinsaltz zt"l was one of the leading thinkers of the modern age and the most prolific author of Jewish thought and commentary since the middle ages.…
 
A brief, elegant memoir of the author's work as a Red Cross volunteer delivering emergency water to residents of Flint, Michigan, Standpipe sets the struggles of a city in crisis against the author's personal journey as his mother declines into dementia and eventual death. Written with a poet's eye for detail and quiet metaphor, Standpipe: Deliveri…
 
The Erez Series is comprised of the Concise Guides to the full gamut of Jewish thought, from the Torah to modern halakha (Jewish law) and Mahshava (Jewish philosophy). The late Rabbi Adin Even Israel Steinsaltz zt"l was one of the leading thinkers of the modern age and the most prolific author of Jewish thought and commentary since the middle ages.…
 
A client of mine finished up coaching recently and she said in our last session, "Kat, I don't know how to be my old self anymore - it feels unnatural!" BOOM! In the beginning, her false self felt normal, to the point where she thought it was her. But overtime she distanced herself from this false belief. She created space between thoughts and slow…
 
This week we catch up with Bay Area native, early music scholar, and soprano Michele Kennedy on everything from her early days singing with the San Francisco Girls Chorus to her triumphant return to the Davies Symphony Hall stage as a soloist. We manage to avoid embarrassing stories from her collegiate a cappella days at Yale (where she sang with G…
 
In this episode we return to the scene of an ongoing battle between the party and some very odd looking dwarves. Just as the tide turns ... horror enters the fray and drags Clicker away from her companions. What unspeakable terror awaits the huginn? Do you wanna know more? Embers from a Chimney II is a Crimson Nib podcast that will journey with 4 w…
 
As well as examining the evidence for starting patients on drug treatments, Cochrane Reviews also look at the relative benefits of stopping or continuing once someone has started taking them. This is the case with a February 2021 review of the effects of withdrawing or continuing two common classes of drug treatment for people with dementia. We ask…
 
The Cochrane Anaesthesia Group has produced a wide variety of reviews relevant to procedures related to surgery. One of these looks at the use of melatonin for preoperative and postoperative anxiety in adults and it was updated in December 2020. We asked the new lead author, Bennedikte Madsen, from the Center for Perioperative Optimizationin Herlev…
 
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