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Animals are increasingly at the forefront of research questions – Not as shadows to human stories, or as beings we want to understand biologically, or for purely our benefit – but as beings who have histories, stories, and geographies of their own. Each season is set around themes with each episode unpacking a particular animal turn concept and its significance therein. Join PhD Candidate Claudia Hirtenfelder as she delves into some of the most important ideas emerging out of this recent tur ...
 
Kidflix is the podcast where adults try to definitively rank every kids movie ever made! From the greatest cinematic triumphs to the crappiest direct-to-video sequels, we'll watch everything that can technically be classified as kids entertainment! This podcast is not for children. There are naughty words and immature adults. Also not affiliated with Netflix. Hosted by @misterweisman.
 
A homegrown Irish podcast for mums by mums. For All Mum Kind - The Podcast was born out of a love of chatting to other mums, sharing our experiences, guiding each other on this new journey and finding solace in the collective knowing that we all are all on our own path in motherhood and we are here to empower each other as we go along. Each episode of the podcast I invite a mum on to chat about motherhood, share their stories from the ups and downs and everything in between.
 
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Today Mick spoke with his old friend and Lagan College alumnus Shane Greer, who now owns and publishes Campaigns and Elections Magazine and lives and works in Washington DC about whether in order for Northern Ireland to get a good reset we need to think more globally, not to mention bigly. The main impetus for the start of the discussion was his re…
 
Claudia talks to Jeffrey Bussolini, a phenomenologist with a keen interest in feline experiences, about how art and aesthetics can provide a novel way of exploring and reconceptualising animals’ experiences. Date recorded: 16 September 2020 Jeffrey Bussolini is Co-Director of the Center for Feline Studies and the Avenue B Multi-Studies Center, and …
 
Siobhan was part of the early team at Communispace, now known as C Space, which was a big win for the Boston tech scene. The company scaled aggressively and was acquired by Omnicom in 2011. Siobhan joined MassChallenge in 2016 as its Chief Operating Officer and was promoted to CEO last year.MassChallenge is a global, zero-equity accelerator that wa…
 
Now today's Cargo of Bricks with Siobhan O'Neill, Northern Ireland's mental health champion was recorded before this morning's announcement of a four-week circuit breaker lockdown, which in fact is some way short of the sort of near-total lockdown we had in Spring. But in it, we cover what we have learned so far and what are the issues that come wi…
 
How will you use the Zoom revolution to connect with others, as Gaeilge? Group video calls are now ubiquitous. There’s no-one stopping us from connecting with others. So start a Zoom call! Post a link. Find “the others”. If you’re on Bitesize Pobal as a Grow member, do this through Bitesize Beo calls, and even consider running your own Members Beo …
 
Did you know that resumes have been around for over 500 years, yet why is it that resumes haven’t really evolved? Sure, maybe a LinkedIn profile is a digital version of you… but companies generally look for a copy of your resume when you apply to a job.Paul has built a career largely focused on pushing the industry forward with a better way, as he …
 
In today's Cargo of Bricks, we take our first look at how the southern economy is coping with the shocks to the labour market in particular. With my guest Dan O'Brien, chief economist at the IIEA in Dublin we cover... It is absolutely impossible to read too far into the success or failure of what amounts to 'the biggest social policy or political e…
 
Bitesize Irish member Melinda speaks with Aisling about her journey into Gaeilge. Melinda’s sustainable approach to diving into Gaeilge Gach Lá has always intrigued us. In this interview, you’ll hear how she approaches the learning process, which means she has been able to continue on the journey. Watch the video version of this interview on our bl…
 
One of the key reasons for having the Reset project in a space like Slugger is to look behind the headlines and try to assay the effects of the Covid emergency, not just in health, but in other key areas of life. As we prepare for a second wave, the effects on those leaving education are acute. So this week I spoke to Professor of Education Tony Ga…
 
Digital asset management is not a new term, but the number of assets that are being generated by companies is exploding, which in return makes it very challenging to collaborate and keep tabs of everything. Take VentureFizz, we have videos, audio files, images and more spread throughout Google Drive, Dropbox, Canva, multiple hard drives, and probab…
 
In this episode, Bradley and I talked about fitness, mental health, social media, and much more. He spoke about the new charity he created in memory of his good friend and client, Caroline Flack, and we also shared our experiences in transitioning from football to a career in personal training. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat…
 
Claudia talks to well-known author Carl Safina about ‘animal culture’ and how culture is a crucial part of how some animals come to understand and experience the world. They chat about the incredible ways culture manifests in animals’ experiences and touch on what a serious consideration of animal culture could mean for conservation efforts. Date r…
 
The Fintech industry has been blowing up over the past few years with lots of innovative advances and solutions. From digital products geared towards consumers like Robinhood and Lemonade which logged a very successful IPO back in July. To more of the foundation tech layer with platforms like Stripe for online payments and Plaid that was acquired b…
 
Steve Bradley is a regeneration consultant, you can follow him on Twitter. Steve is a very popular writer on Slugger with some of his posts getting over 40k readers, you can view an archive of his posts here. In this podcast, we discuss the future of Derry and the Northwest. In particular, we discuss: The future of Ulster University in Derry or lac…
 
Do we need a re-set in our democratic culture? We often tie ourselves in knots thinking that Northern Ireland is an exception to the rest of the world, but this week's guest on #CargoOfBricks Richard Wilson's experience is much broader and he thinks politicians are falling far short of current needs. In it we cover... Our Victorian ideas of how rep…
 
It’s incredibly impressive to see what Edward has accomplished throughout his career. He’s a serial entrepreneur, board member, and an investor in over 200 companies… and he’s still in his twenties. His latest company is called Conduit, which he founded with Sree Kolli. Conduit is creating a highly curated and value added marketplace with the goal …
 
This movie is RUFF. On today's episode, guest Danny Getz (@Danny_Getz) and Ross (@MisterWeisman) break down a buried treasure of Disney+: the Shaggy DA! The two also look into the complete works of Robert Stevenson, horrific dog transformation sound effects, and a sudden on-set death! Plus, the return of Guess the Tagline! Follow Kidflix on Twitter…
 
In today's Cargo of Bricks, I speak to Ali FitzGibbon and discover how the long slow and steady bottom-up development of Northern Ireland's cultural industries over the last thirty years provided the backbone for the recent big payoffs from TV and film, but which has yet to see any peace dividend... In it we cover... The Covid lockdown's withdrawal…
 
Adlerian psychology – indiviual psychology – is a holistic approach to understanding your motivations. It gives us a “guiding star” to use your abilities. In the book “The Courage to be Dislike” by Kishimi and Koga, they use a fabulous dialog to discuss the “individual psychology” laid out by Alfred Adler. He was a contemporary of Freud and Jung. A…
 
David and I go way back. We first met when he was the Executive Director of TUGG, a non-profit embedded in the tech industry in Boston. He is now back to his roots living in Rochester, NY which has a growing tech scene with several startups and lots of great academic institutions.Impellent Ventures is a fund that is supporting early stage startups.…
 
In this episode, Claudia talks to Marc Bekoff about the field of ‘cognitive ethology’ and how researchers can better learn about animals through attentively watching them and taking seriously their personal experiences. They touch on some of the tensions of how you can ‘know’ other animals’ experiences through and why taking the time to understand …
 
Ken talks with Edward Pentin “The Next Pope: The Leading Cardinal Candidates” (Sophia Institute Press) and Father Daniel Moloney “Mercy: What Every Catholic Should Know” (Augustin Institute/Ignatius Press). Edward’s book is available at: https://www.sophiainstitute.com/author/edward-pentin Father Moloney’s book is available at: https://www.ignatius…
 
Series two, episode 1 opens with an introduction to #TheReset, a joint project between Slugger O'Toole and Ulster Bank. And after a brief break after the first series of the Cargo Of Bricks, we start the second series in partnership with Ulster Bank and a brief introduction from Richard Ramsey to the Reset Project, where we find ourselves viz a viz…
 
In these podcast interviews, you’ve probably heard me talk about my background in recruiting. I ran a search firm called Dissero and product management was a core area of specialty. Thus, I was really excited to interview Nate, as he is one of the top product leaders in the tech industry and it was an opportunity to really geek out on the topic of …
 
My scientific work! On today's episode, guest Lauren LoGiudice (Inside Melania, @LaurenLogi) and Ross (@MisterWeisman) take a ride on Falkor to chat about the NeverEnding Story! The two also summarize dieting in the 1980s, child actor nearly dying, and confusing character names. Plus, a brief and startling appearance from Melania Trump! Follow Kidf…
 
David Rooney is a Professor in the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Queen's University Belfast. In this podcast, we chat about improvements in battery technology and how this will affect the growth of electric cars. We also discuss Hydrogen as a fuel source for transport. Already nearly 50% of the electricity generated in Northern Ir…
 
S2E1: Phenomenology with Zipporah Weisberg In the first episode of Season 2, which is focusing on ‘Animals and Experience’, Claudia speaks to independent scholar Zipporah Weisberg about the concept ‘Phenomenology’. They touch on the potential of phenomenology as a concept and a practice for better understanding the lives and experiences of animals,…
 
I always think the best ideas for a business are from entrepreneurs who are tackling the problems they have faced in the real world. As you’ll hear from this episode, NeighborSchools is a perfect example. Finding quality and affordable child care is a tricky thing and when you factor in the COVID-19 world we are living in, the stakes are even highe…
 
Ken talks with Tyler Rowley “Because of Our Fathers: Twenty-Three Catholics Tell How Their Fathers Led Them to Christ” (Ignatius Press) and Debra Kelsey-Davis “The Caregiver’s Companion: A Christ-Centered Journal to Nourish Your Soul” (Ave Maria Press) Tyler’s book is available at: https://www.ignatius.com/Because-of-Our-Fathers-P3642.aspx and Debr…
 
Sam is an investor and entrepreneur, who is one of the top product leaders in the tech scene. After leading product at BzzAgent and HubSpot, he went on to be a co-founder at InsightSquared, the leading provider of revenue intelligence solutions.At Accomplice, he is focused on making investments in B2B software and marketplace companies. He’s also p…
 
Warning: spooky stuff ahead! On today's episode, guest Neil Bardhan (@NeilPBardhan) and Ross (@MisterWeisman) discuss ParaNorman! The two also dig into memories of pre-pandemic public transportation, all the symbolism, and a gross tongue sequence. Plus, social commentary! Follow Kidflix on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @kidflixpod, and send us y…
 
Greg Keeffe is Head of the School of Natural and Built Environment. He is an academic and urban designer with 25 years experience. In this podcast we chat over a wide range of topics: Pandemics affect city design, desire lines, how industrialisation compartmentalised life, people who enjoy their jobs like working from home, the importance of boredo…
 
Did you know that 2.3B people in the world seek help for skin issues every year? Two-thirds of these cases are evaluated by non-specialists and the shocking statistic is that 50% of these cases are misdiagnosed. It’s a challenge because there are not enough dermatologists and most physicians only spend one week learning dermatology in medical schoo…
 
Originally from the Ormeau Road in Belfast, Michael McCoy has lived in Japan for the past 30 years where he works as an executive coach. In this conversation we discuss growing up in Belfast in the 1970's as well as getting his take on Brexit and what we need to do to stimulate the local economy.By Slugger O'Toole
 
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