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Drunk Women Solving Crime is a true crime podcast with a twist...of lime. Join writer/comedian hosts Hannah George, Catie Wilkins and Taylor Glenn as they welcome top guests from comedians to crime writers to test out their drunk detective skills. Each episode sees the boozed up panel tackle personal crime stories, solve true crime cases, and seek justice for your listener crimes. When women sit around and drink we try to solve the world’s problems. So we’re taking back the night and putting ...
 
Slo Mo is a series of conversations hosted by bestselling author and former Chief Business Officer of Google [X], Mo Gawdat. With stunning honesty, Mo and some of his wisest friends explore the profound questions and obstacles we all face in the pursuit of purpose in our lives. Achieving happiness and fulfillment is a lifelong journey, but step one is simple: slow down, and listen.
 
To solve the biggest, most complex B2B marketing problems you have to blur the lines between intuition and reason. Imagination and logic. The theoretical and the practical. Join Richard and Benedict as they troubleshoot today’s biggest and most pertinent B2B marketing problems with leading specialists, experts and marketing pioneers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
From eliminating excess sugar, to cutting back on carbs, diving into keto, or becoming a devout vegan, today’s diet landscape can give you a sugar crash just thinking about it! Sugar Solved is here to demystify all the nutrition and health trends you’re bombarded with on a daily basis. Bringing you unbiased insight, research, and real world experiences from experts in the fields of medicine, nutrition, health, and wellness.You’ll gain knowledge and clarity around the biggest trends in health ...
 
Solving Healthcare is a podcast series launched in September 2019 by the Resource Optimization Network. Led by Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, a palliative care & intensive care doctor based in Ottawa, these podcasts will feature interviews and discussions on the topic of improving healthcare delivery in Canada. Underpinned by the values of cost-effectiveness, dignity, and justice, these podcasts will challenge the status quo, leaving no stone unturned as we explore gaps, assumptions, and different ...
 
Want to take control of the future? In each episode of this podcast, Entrepreneur magazine editor in chief Jason Feifer takes something that seems concerning or confusing today, and then learns its surprising history, what important things we’re missing, and the solutions that can make us smarter and better. (The show was previously called Pessimists Archive.)
 
Building the right team can make all the difference for the success of your organisation. Hiring the right people who are highly motivated and skilled can have a major impact on your ability to to succeed. But finding these people and knowing whether or not they are the right fit can be a challenging puzzle to solve. Join Industrial Psychologist and Founder of www.wamly.io, Francois de Wet, on a journey to interview industry experts and find out what their most valuable tips and tricks are w ...
 
It’s now or never. Canada is warming at double the rate of other countries, and we have one of the highest GHG emissions footprints per capita in the world. The good news is much of the technology needed to solve the climate crisis already exists. A special new podcast series, Solve for X delves into these Canadian ideas and innovations that could help prevent the most disastrous consequences of climate change and build a cleaner future. From A.I. to advanced materials to energy optimization ...
 
Right now, thousands of people are suffering with unexplained health issues. They're left to treat the symptoms instead of figuring out what's causing the problem. This podcast is about finding the answers to those health mysteries. Host, Inna Topiler is a Clinical Nutritionist but most of her patients consider her a health detective. Each week, she shares one of their cases, discusses it with a top health expert, and reveals how she got to the root of the problem and solved their health mys ...
 
Happiness Solved with Sandee Sgarlata is a podcast dedicated to offering empowering, motivational, and inspirational content for anyone who is looking for personal development. Sandee's guests share their personal stories to demonstrate that no matter what you have been through and no matter what your daily struggles are, you can learn to find peace and happiness, especially during stressful times that we are all experiencing in this crazy world. Everyone can use a dose of happiness! Sandee ...
 
Welcome to The Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes Podcast - a show devoted to revisiting and honoring the world's greatest portrayal of the world's greatest detective. From 1984 to 1994, Granada Television produced what is arguably the best (and most complete) depiction of the legendary detective’s Adventures, Memoirs, Case-Books and many Returns. Spanning 36 episodes and 5 movies, producer Michael Cox created a Sherlockian experience like no other. This podcast will examine that timeless series w ...
 
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Conversations with industrial and systems engineers about their work, ideas and solutions. This podcast will feature both IISE members and non-members who come from diverse backgrounds in both academia and industry to discuss a wide range of topics as it relates to their work as well as some off-beat topics that we think you, our audience, will find fascinating.
 
Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway analyze the weird patterns, the complex issues and the newest market crazes. Join the conversation every Monday and Thursday for interviews with the most interesting minds in finance, economics and markets.
 
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You’ve got questions. Together, we get answers. Each week on How To!, Amanda Ripley (bestselling author of High Conflict: Why We Get Trapped and How We Get Out, The Unthinkable, and The Smartest Kids in the World) takes on listeners’ toughest problems and, with the help of experts, finds the answers to questions you’ve always wanted to ask, but couldn’t. Until now.
 
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Happiness Solved with Sandee Sgarlata. In this episode, Sandee interviews Cyndi Lynne. With 25+ years of nursing experience and successfully navigating numerous health challenges of her own, Cyndi Lynne has become an expert at helping women transcend their diagnosis and reclaim powerful, beautiful lives. In addition to integrative coaching, she use…
 
The Drunk Women are back at their sold-out London residency for this episode and are delighted to be joined by writer, Marianne Levy, whose story of redemption of being the root cause of a criminal act will have you quaking with anger at the potential injustice! The team then gather their thoughts and explore a case which has all the elements of a …
 
SOLVINGWELLNESS: An amazing wellness platform for healthcare professionals SOLVINGWELLNESS.COM or facebook.com/groups/solvingwellness KEYNOTE SPEAKING solvinghealthcare.ca or kwadcast99@gmail.com BETTERHELP BetterHelp is the largest online counselling platform worldwide. They change the way people get help with facing life's challenges by providing…
 
Orlena Kerek is trained as a pediatric doctor in the UK., Now living in Spain with her husband and 4 kids. Now she teaches busy women in their 40s and 50s how to lead a healthy lifestyle they love so they can lose weight naturally, fix their relationship with food, get bucket loads of energy and lead a long and healthy life. She is the host of the …
 
In the last 250 years, we’ve released more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than in the previous 20,000 years. To make serious headway in meeting climate-change deadlines, experts are looking at technologies that go beyond simply curbing emissions to those that can also take carbon dioxide out of the air. In this premiere episode of Solve for X, …
 
The Case: With Hashimoto’s and hypothyroidism she knew she had to watch out for triggers She worried that the toxic chemicals in her hair dye could become a trigger but she wasn’t ready to go gray She looked at organic options, but realized they all STILL had harsh chemicals and the substitutes were even worse. Full disclosure, this week’s case is …
 
In today's episode of B2B marketing. Solved. Barney O’Kelly talks to Richard and Benedict about the importance of personal branding in B2B marketing. In marketing, personal branding goes beyond the idea of influencing the public perception of an individual. It is about understanding how people can become an extension of a brand and improve the perc…
 
Strong leaders drive organisations to achieve greatness, while ineffective leaders create cascades of damage. With that being said, it’s incredibly important to build a pipeline of promising leaders across disciplines, and it’s never too early to begin. Developing leaders doesn’t happen by accident. It is an intentional process that involves contin…
 
Housing in the US is a constant source of frustration. On the way up, prospective homebuyers worry that they're missing out on their chance to jump on the housing ladder. On the way down, homeowners worry about losing their equity and their nest egg. So is there a better way? Is there a way to make housing more equitable, and to separate the invest…
 
Shortness of breath, fatigue and brain fog. Those are just some of the symptoms that many COVID long-haulers are still facing, even months after they first caught the virus.According to studies on the condition, one-third of people who’ve had COVID-19 could develop long-term problems related to the virus. Today, Dr. Priya Duggal, an epidemiologist …
 
Today's episode (number 200, can you believe it?) is part of a mini-series of interviews done in the context of the topics of my new book, That Little Voice in Your Head, available now: mogawdat.com/littlevoice Shahroo Izadi is an award-winning Behavioral Change Specialist. She proposes evidence-based strategies for habit-change and personal develo…
 
This week, we return to one of our favourite episodes, to ask the question: what does it mean to defy death? Rock climber Leo Houlding tells us about his terrifying family holidays, scaling vertical cliff-faces with his two young kids. We also explore radical life extension with science writer Anjana Ahuja. How close are we scientifically to extend…
 
There are two animals that we are talking about today, one is beautiful and timid, playing music that would make any man or animal fall in love with the tune. Whereas the other one is an extremely aggressive enemy of the first, killing it and any other animal that comes close to it. Today we talk about the Shadhavar and the Karkadann.…
 
How Will Doctors Train For A Post-Roe World? It’s been one week since Roe v Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court. Many people are still wrapping their heads around what this overturn means for their states— and for their lives. For physicians and medical professionals, there’s another level of fear and concern about what practicing in a world w…
 
Supreme Court Limits EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Regulating Ability This week, in its final round of opinions for the term, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Congress had not explicitly given the Environmental Protection Agency the power to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from power plants under the terms of the Clean Air Act. “Capping carbon dioxide em…
 
'Markets can stay irrational for longer than you can stay solvent' is a classic maxim for investors, but it holds true for journalists too. In this episode, we speak with the Financial Times's Dan McCrum and Paul Murphy (Tracy's old boss) about their multi-year effort to expose fraud at Wirecard, a German payments giant that went spectacularly bell…
 
Buffy Sainte-Marie is one of the most prolific singer-songwriters of the past century. For 60 years her music has quietly reverberated throughout pop culture, and provided a touchstone for Indigenous resistance. In this five-part series, Mohawk and Tuscarora writer Falen Johnson explores how Buffy’s life and legacy is essential to understanding Ind…
 
The US Supreme Court cut back the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, US stocks lost $9 trillion in the first half of 2022, and frustration with China’s zero-Covid policy is pushing its middle class to try to leave the country. Subscribe to the FT News Briefing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify Mentioned in th…
 
The teddy bear: Is it cute and cuddly, or a “horrible monstrosity” that’ll destroy humanity? In 1907, many people feared the worst — that this new toy would ruin young girls’ developing maternal instincts, and lead us to a terrible fate. This is the story of how the teddy bear changed us all… and how we then changed the bear. The “Build For Tomorro…
 
The situation in energy right now seems bleak. But while everyone is focused on the high price of gasoline, or the frailty of the electrical grid, advances are still being made to decarbonize, and make our energy system more robust. It's jut not getting as much attention right now. But what can the public sector do to accelerate this process? On th…
 
This year India has experienced its worst heatwave since records began. The heatwave is estimated to have led to dozens of deaths across the region and led to forest fires and damage to wheat crops. Health and livelihoods are threatened by the rising temperatures. How much can India adapt to heat that is rising to the limit of human endurance and w…
 
The Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5 are spreading quickly. They already make up a majority of new COVID infections in the U.S., and it appears they are much better at getting around immunity. Research from Harvard Medical School shows the BA.5 subvariant “may escape antibody responses.The spread of these subvariants has coincided with the lifting…
 
Chinese stocks are set for their largest monthly rise since 2020, Meta frustrates app developers by charging for VR apps, and Revlon’s bankruptcy filing sheds light on what it takes to stay relevant in the beauty industry. Subscribe to the FT News Briefing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify Mentioned in this podcast: Chinese stocks set for largest monthl…
 
https://clinicalproblemsolving.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/06.30.22-TCQ-Brain-Abscess-RTP.mp3 Dr. Jen Davis presents a consult question to Dan, Doug, Emma, Sukriti, and Dr. Laila Woc-Colburn. Dr. Laila Woc-Colburn Dr. Laila Woc-Colburn is an associate professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Emory University School of Medicine in Atla…
 
This podcast includes 4 cold cases featuring Lauren Brittney Dumolo, Brooke Samantha Cady, Megan Kristen Curl, and Tamra Jewel Keepness. Subscribe: ✅ https://www.youtube.com/c/SouthernGirlCrimeStories?sub_confirmation=1 ☕ Buy Me a Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/southerngi8 👕 BUY Merchandise: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrFGMkHpKdyIEPscm4Y…
 
For all the strides Title IX helped women make in sports, today a contentious issue centers on who gets to compete as a woman. In part four of the documentary 37 Words, filmmaker Clare Marash met transgender kids whose right to participate in society as themselves is in question by dozens of state legislatures—on the field and in life. And in this …
 
Happiness Solved with Sandee Sgarlata. In this episode, Sandee interviews Shelby Gregory. Shelby Gregory, alongside her husband, are the young co-founders of Club EarlyBird, an incredible & fun morning cocktail that you drink as soon as you wake up to help you feel supercharged for your day. Their motto is: "Wake Up Early, Get Sh*t Done"... The 3 b…
 
The Liberal government faced tough questions this session on everything from accusations they pressured RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki on the Portapique investigation, to their decision to invoke the Emergencies Act in the winter, to inflation. Today, CBC Parliamentary Bureau senior writer Aaron Wherry explains why those questions won’t just disapp…
 
A former White House aide testified that former President Donald Trump tried to commandeer his limousine on January 6, an independent report advises the UK to suspend use of live facial recognition over privacy concerns, and environmentalists are concerned about the impact of global timber trade disruption. Plus, access to mail-order abortion pills…
 
The energy shock threatens to derail action on climate change. Which technologies will enable the green transition, while ensuring energy security, too? Vijay Vaitheeswaran, The Economist's global energy & climate innovation editor, describes the pathway to a decarbonised future. How can electrical grids be made smarter and more resilient as they a…
 
In this unique episode, Holmes and Watson travel to the coastal cliffs of Cornwall to exorcise their inner demons and solve the (possibly) supernatural mystery of The Devil’s Foot! We also hear behind-the-scenes stories from actor Damien Thomas (the villainous Mortimer Tregennis), writer Gary Hopkins, and series violinist Katharine Gowers. Plus, di…
 
As the novel coronavirus surfaced in Wuhan in 2019, Chinese officials called for mobile isolation wards. Haier Group partnered with suppliers to design and construct units quickly, thanks to the openness of the leading manufacturer’s digital platforms. Unlike Haier, many companies have tightly regulated, siloed platforms. Georgetown Professor Kasra…
 
Deadly seas. Hurricane-force winds. A punishing journey to the tip of South America is all in a day’s work for Nat Geo Explorer Brian Buma. But Craig Welch, a reporter who calls himself a “normal human being,” also tagged along—and found that a miserable expedition makes for a heck of a story. For more information on this episode, visit natgeo.com/…
 
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