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Mantalk Inc features comedy audio clips and interviews from mantalk.com and the Mantalk Radio Show with hosts The Radio Outlaw (Bill Bege) and Brent Weiler as well as video clips from the Holistic Holiday at Sea Cruise 3 From March 2006 held on the ship Costa Magica.
 
The Columbia University School of the Arts’ Digital Storytelling Lab has a new monthly podcast entitled Sandbox. The monthly podcast is a mixture of talks, interviews, fireside chats and lab project updates that explore the art, craft & biz of storytelling in the 21st Century.
 
Football Today gives you in-depth analysis of the biggest stories from the world of football in episodes that you can listen to in a single commute. From corruption and controversy to the issues that are changing the fabric of the game. Don't just read the game, feel the game.
 
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER - ARM YOURSELF WITH IT! Thank you for listening - you didn’t have to but you did! EMAIL - mmartinz@martinz-critical.com - to subscribe This podcast seeks to separate the truth from propaganda in the field of natural sciences and human health. Here you will find a hard-hitting analysis and commentary covering a number of prescient topics. It is not enough to simply complain about our problems, and therefore this program aims to find modern solutions to the issues facing all ...
 
The Mackenzie-Stuart Lecture is an annual public lecture in honour of Lord Mackenzie-Stuart, the first British Judge to be President of the Court of Justice. The lecture is hosted at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law, by the Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS). Among the eminent scholars of European legal studies invited to give the lecture are Professor Joseph Weiler, former Judge David Edwards of the European Court of Justice, and Advocate-General Francis Jacobs of the Europe ...
 
The Sea2SkyPodcast is the creation of long time locals bringing you in depth discussions on the important issues, lifestyle features, local business profiles and more. Just sit back and listen to stay connected to your community, get informed, and be entertained. Thanks for clicking us on!
 
Right on Point podcast is a candid discussion of your legal rights, civil liberty ramifications, legalities of possible mandates of COVID vaccines and actions by our federal government and state governments.Plus exploring the untouchable topics within the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, the PREP Act, and the CounterMeasures Injury Compensation Program.We will mix in some discussions from other podcast hosts and interviews with authors talking about their books.
 
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Stoke the Wild

Nicholas & Joy Dertinger

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Stoke the Wild was created by Nick and Joy Dertinger. Nick is a writer and illustrator. Joy is a researcher, linguist, and artist. This creative arts podcast is dedicated to discussing the things that inspire, invoke, and invite creativity within us through film, arts, literature, and culture. Each week we discuss topics and ideas related and designed to stretch and challenge us as well as push us towards creativity.
 
Audio and Video Recordings of talks and panels at StoryLabs workshops and events. StoryLabs were formed in Australia, Canada the US and UK aim is to pioneer digital content creation, strategy and innovation through strong, multi media story engagement. Time to go beyond simple new media & tech orientation, business networking or basic proof of concepts and step up to the next level – create story rich, original IP and new form entertainment, products & services. StoryLab’s Podcasts: Recorded ...
 
Adobe’s ‘Make It. Design’ is a podcast version of our YouTube talk show that explores all aspects of design, from the creative to the practical, and everything in-between. Hosted by Paul Trani and Brooke Francesi, ‘Make It. Design’ is packed with insights from world class designers, Instagram artists and is full of great information for creatives of all kinds. Check out the video version on Adobe's Creative Cloud YouTube channel where you can see some of the work referenced in the show.
 
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In today’s program we continue our series on the conservation of humanity, exploring the wuhan flu covid-19 plandemic and specifically the mRNA gene therapy injections. We will take a deep dive on the most up to date science on the subject, and learn about the multitude of potential risks that these injections pose to the population at large. Today…
 
In this weeks episode of the Chiropractic student podcast we talk to Dr Nico Weiler, an awe-inspiring and connected Chiropractor who tells us all about how he got into Chiropractic, his tips for students and all things resourceful! Dr Nico's tips, resources and advice: Book: The chicken soup for the Chiropractic soul Book: The reality check - Heidi…
 
Marketing briefs. A big part of many of our lives as marketers and possibly the most important document in marketing. And yet so rarely done well, causing big problems from start to finish. Two Effie award winning marketers, Pieter-Paul and Matt, saw the problem and have done something about it. With the help of Vaughan, they launched possibly the …
 
As a young kid, Paula Martin enjoyed exploring the outdoors, especially at her grandparents' cabin in the deep woods of Tioga State Forest. Much to her grandparents dismay, she would find injured animals and bring them back to help them. This included a fox and baby skunks. This didn’t change as an adult. She still loves animals and trained dogs fo…
 
Ever caught yourself in that moment where the words get stuck in your throat and you don't say the thing you know to be right? Where you can see others join in, and want to, but can't bring yourself to make that step into the group? Or, simply not feeling like you are giving everything you can give through holding back for *some* reason? All the wh…
 
In this weeks episode of the Chiropractic student podcast we talk to Dr Rebecca Gouveia, an incredible and knowledgable Chiropractor who tells us all about how she got into Chiropractic, her tips for students and all things resourceful! Rebecca's tips, resources and advice: Book: Netter's Neurology and Neuroanatomy Book: Heidi Haavik - The reality …
 
Anna is the host of the Trail Dames Podcast and when not interviewing amazing women for the podcast, can be found running her family violins shop, Huthmaker Violins, in Atlanta, GA, as well as running Trail Dames, Inc, and the Trail Dames Charitable Foundation. Guest Links: https://www.elachee.org/ Connect with Anna, aka Mud Butt, at info@traildame…
 
In this episode we return to the roots of the podcast and we examine the precipitous decline in Skeena Steelhead numbers, and seek to understand why this has happened, and what management initiatives must take place more or less immediately to conserve these precious populations. We will also look at similar population trends up and down the North …
 
In today’s program we welcome back to our friend, fellow freedom fighter, and conspiracy analyst Vincent Gircys to continue investigating the current covid situation in Canada unfolding all around us. This is a great episode with many great ideas presented, I hope you enjoy it. For those of you who have not heard the previous episodes which feature…
 
Social media has changed the world in many ways, but it's revolutionised consumer expectations. Not only are consumers expecting more in respect to communication with brands and how brands act, they're also now dictating the stories that brands tell. Join Mike Blake-Crawford to learn about 'social-first storytelling' and understand the components o…
 
2021 has been full of adventures for Shannon Fisher! In February, she purchased "Beaulah", a 2006 retired ambulance that she is converting into a campulance. On her 45th birthday in May, she celebrated with her sister by hiking and backpacking 45 miles on the Georgia section of the Appalachian Trail. July included a week-long family trip to South D…
 
In this weeks episode of the Chiropractic student podcast we talk to Dr Don MacDonald, an outstandingly knowledgable and giving Chiropractor who tells us all about how he got into Chiropractic, his tips for students and all things resourceful! Dr Don's tips, resources and advice: Chiro's to connect with: Dr Michael Hall, Dr James Chestnut, Dr Brand…
 
Gerald Posner, NYT Best Selling author, stops by to discuss the Sackler Family legal trial, Purdue Pharmaceutical bankruptcy proceedings and how once again, the victims and their families got shafted from the civil fines and settlement payout. Gerald also discusses how the states stepped in front of the victims to get their hands on the settlement …
 
In today’s program we continue our series on the conservation of humanity, dissecting the Covid 19 corona virus and the massive and unwarranted over-reaction perpetrated by governments around the world. Joining us again today is a legend in the medical field, Dr. Lorraine Day, MD. Dr. Day graduated from UC San Francisco Medical School in 1969 and i…
 
Mary's story is about a chance bear encounter in the Alaskan wilderness, involving some adrenaline, a barking dog, and a whole lot of appreciation for the beauty that can be found in a mother grizzly and her cubs. Mary Emerick is an author and a wilderness planner with the Forest Service, but her real love is long distance hiking. She began her bac…
 
In this weeks episode of the Chiropractic student podcast we talk to Dr Lou Edwards, an incredible and knowledgable Chiropractor who tells us all about how she got into Chiropractic, her tips for students and all things resourceful! Lou’s tips, resources and advice: Book: Are you the doctor, doctor - Fred barge Book: the wisdom of 33 Book: the glor…
 
Brains are bad at buying. They struggle to make even the simplest, most logical decisions. When decisions get tough they won't decide at all, they'll just grind up and do nothing. So how do you, the nimble marketer, get brains to not only make a decision - but make the right decision? Unfortunately most of what modern marketing attempts to do means…
 
Mary Emerick is an author and a wilderness planner with the Forest Service, but her real love is long distance hiking. She began her backpacking career at age 5, carrying a pack with a sweatshirt and a stuffed animal. Working as a seasonal wilderness ranger in Idaho and a wilderness kayak ranger in Alaska were highlights of her life. She has sectio…
 
In this weeks episode of the Chiropractic student podcast, we talk to Dr Jonny Coller, an inspirational and committed Chiropractor who tells us all about how he got into Chiropractic, his tips for students and all things resourceful! Jonny's tips, resources and advice: The Chiropractic why podcast The Chiropractic why online course! (link below) Ge…
 
In this program we continue our series on the conservation of humanity, today focusing on the draconian, unlawful, and unethical mandatory covid-19 mRNA vaccine mandates affecting so many people. Joining us today is Philosophy Professor Dr Julie Ponesse, PhD, formerly of Huron college at the University of Western Ontario. Her areas of specialisatio…
 
Mentorship is one of those things that can help really elevate your career and your learning. But how do you find the right mentor? Approach them? Be a good mentor? How can you be a good mentee? We've gathered a panel of experienced mentors and mentees to share their experiences on how to make the most out of a mentorship relationship.…
 
Michelle Pettitt has been a teacher for almost 15 years. For the past 9 years, she has taught at Berkmar High School in Lilburn, Georgia, currently teaching American Government. She grew up in Florida, so the beach has always been her happy place, where she returns to relax and regroup. In January of 2020, Michelle's mom passed away, then Covid sen…
 
Dr. Jessica Rose discusses her new research paper, "A Critical Appraisal of VAERS Pharmacovigilance: Is the US Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) a functioning Pharmacovigilance System? The paper published in the Science, Public Health Policy and the Law Journal at Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK). Support the show (http…
 
In this program we continue our series on the conservation of humanity, today once again focusing on the covid-19 mRNA gene therapy injections, specifically investigating their contents, their drug approval processes, and ultimately what these shots really are.. Joining us today is Karen Kingston. Karen has over 20 years of pharmaceutical industry …
 
In this episode, the once mild mannered Dr. Alexander exposes his true nature as a fierce lion and speaks his truth about what is happening with the global response to the wuhan flu. DO NOT MISS THIS! In today’s program we continue our series on the conservation of humanity, examining the wuhan flu covid-19 scamdemic, and the tyrannical and nonsens…
 
In today’s program we continue our series on the conservation of humanity, exploring the wuhan flu plandemic and specifically the biological activity of the mRNA vaccines. We will take a deep dive on the most up to date science on the subject, and learn about the multitude of potential risks that these gene therapy injections pose. Today on the pro…
 
In this weeks episode of the Chiropractic student podcast we talk to Dr Charlotte Hadade, an insightful and connected Chiropractor who tells us all about how she got into Chiropractic, her tips for students and all things resourceful! Charlotte’s tips, resources and advice: meet and communicate with as many chiropractors and students around you as …
 
In this program we continue our series on the conservation of humanity, today focusing on the drug approval process, seeking to understand the complexities and nuances within this convoluted process. We will seek to answer the question whether the agencies involved are truly working on behalf of the population, or whether they have ulterior motives…
 
Crystal Willett is a 55 years old, single mom of 2 wonderful boys (men) 32 and 17 years old. She works in medical records for a mental health facility. Crystal is currently building a van into a house to travel across America as soon as her youngest heads to college. In the meantime, she is knocking out all the trails around NC that she can before …
 
In this weeks episode of the Chiropractic student podcast we talk to Dr Austin Lawrence, a driven and passionate Chiropractor who tells us all about how he got into Chiropractic, his tips for students and all things resourceful! Austin’s tips, resources and advice: - Book: Healing hands - Book: The glory of going on - Book: Are you the doctor, doct…
 
In today’s episode we will compare and contrast the predictive accuracy of mainstream scientism vs the track record of one of Canada’s great patriots and business leaders. Specifically, our investigation will focus on the links between climate alarmism and the Covid-19 scamdemic. You will soon come to understand that the same fraudulent narrative i…
 
In this session Chris shares what semiotics is, why it is indispensable to understand how brands work, how to drive distinction using product category codes, why ‘culture’ is more important than ever and how semiotics closes a gap between what brands THINK they’re communicating and what they’re actually communicating.…
 
Kim Weiler is, in her own words, a 'motor-city, Detroit girl'. She has a wide range of passions from music to travel, but it was a move to Georgia several years ago that woke up her love for the outdoors. She jumped into hiking and camping, and within a few months of joining Trail Dames, she became a Hike Leader, and then soon a Head Dame for the G…
 
In this weeks episode of the Chiropractic student podcast we talk to Dr Donald Francis, a passionate and inspirational Chiropractor who tells us all about how he got into Chiropractic, his tips for students and all things resourceful! Donald’s tips, resources and advice: keep an open mind on your opinions. trust your education, what you have learnt…
 
In today’s episode we continue our series on the conservation of humanity, examining the newly introduced draconian vaccine passports and mandatory vaccine mandates. Joining us for today’s episode are three highly esteemed former guests. Ted Kuntz, President of Vaccine Choice Canada, and Dr. Stephen Malthouse, MD, and Vincent Gircys Sr. Constable O…
 
The pressure is real for brands to constantly be churning out fresh content and be “always on.” Research shows time and again that the brands that do always-on marketing well are often considered more recognizable and relevant. But it's not easy to implement. In addition to always running campaigns, marketers need to ensure the content they promote…
 
And we're back! After a long hiatus (too long if you ask me) Stoke the Wild returns with a brand new episode all about anxiety, fear, and the will to continue when creativity feels forced instead of joyful. Find Ross on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/rpwcreations/ Thanks to our supporters on Patreon who have continued to assist us as we go …
 
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