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Next Question with Katie Couric is back for a new season! From big names to big minds and big hearts, Katie sits down (virtually) with some interesting and exciting people — experts who are helping us get to a post-COVID world (can you even imagine?!), as well as actors, authors, politicians and creatives who are trying to work, parent, and survive, this pandemic year. We’ll talk about the tough moments and the trauma of it all, but we’ll find some levity and joy, too, as we inch toward the ...
 
From the white suburbs of Texas to the hood-adjacent streets of New Jersey, Justin & Donté are truly Polar Opposites! When they’re not arguing about who’s invited to the cookout, they spend time dragging your favorite politicians, tackling uncomfortable topics, and speaking truth about all things pop culture, race, entertainment, & life. Join them weekly as they speak honestly about navigating the world as young black men while sparking conversations that are relatable, funny and NECESSARY. ...
 
There are a lot of fads, blogs and strong opinions, but then there’s SCIENCE. Science Vs is the show from Gimlet that finds out what’s fact, what’s not, and what’s somewhere in between. We do the hard work of sifting through all the science so you don't have to and cover everything from 5G and Pandemics, to Vaping and Fasting Diets.
 
Amanda Palmer is a rock star, best-selling author, TED speaker and community leader who does everything on her own terms simply by asking. Now, she turns the tables on her colleagues and heroes to find out how they create art, love difficult people, work for change, and survive the worst moments of their lives. From porn stars to empathy researchers, and cartoonists to climate scientists, no topic is out of bounds.
 
Each week will talk to young people who are doing great things in their community. Or how they have overcome failure, or health issues, and so on. What have they learned from life’s lessons that they can pass along to everybody? We will also talk to some adults who are doing great things for young people in their community. Why are we doing this? Because, as a youth charity, we have worked with some great young people over the years. They are the unsung heroes. It seems that we can hear your ...
 
Hosted by Emma Havighorst, Generation Slay is an interview show featuring the Gen Z entrepreneurs, creatives, and innovators who are killing it in their fields. Each week Emma takes on a new topic and interviewee to learn how they've achieved so much at such a young age, what motivates them, and how you can do all of it too.
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, and more for children. Published by Harper & Brothers, known for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. - Summary by Jill Engle
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories,fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, and more for children. Published by Harper & Brothers, known for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. - Summary by Jill Engle
 
CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
The Jesus Is My Hashtag Podcast is where positive youth development and youth ministry intersect. Host Deb Schroeder will tap into her 27 years of training and experience in working with young people to discuss building relationships with youth, helping them explore and grow in their faith, and strategies for guiding them as they develop the skills and abilities necessary to transition successfully through adolescence and into adulthood. Whether you are a youth ministry volunteer, a youth pa ...
 
Welcome to UNDER 30, the podcast series by the EU-Council of Europe youth partnership that brings research results, explores trends in young people's lives and themes relevant for youth policy and practice. The EU-CoE youth partnership is a co-operation programme between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth, created in 1998, connecting youth research, policy and practice.
 
Join Amber, Gloria and Wendy as they uncover and explore uncomfortable, complicated and sometimes wonderful workplace truths. Influencers in their own right, these podcast hosts get candid with HR movers and shakers about how they translate intent into action in their organizations. Culture, compliance, equity—nothing's off the table! This is a podcast approved for SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification PDCs. Details are inside each qualifying mini-series episode.
 
Life isn't always bright and shiny, as Kate Bowler knows. Kate is a young mother, writer and professor who, at age 35, was suddenly diagnosed with Stage IV cancer. In, warm, insightful, often funny conversations, Kate talks with people about what they've learned in dark times. Kate teaches at Duke Divinity School and is author of "Everything Happens for a Reason (And Other Lies I've Loved)." Find her online at @katecbowler.
 
Coronavirus! Climate! Brexit! Trump! Politics has never been more unpredictable, more alarming or more interesting: Talking Politics is the podcast that tries to make sense of it all. Every week David Runciman and Helen Thompson talk to the most interesting people around about the ideas and events that shape our world: from history to economics, from philosophy to fiction. What does the future hold? Can democracy survive? How crazy will it get? This is the political conversation that matters ...
 
Sounds Good hosts hopeful conversations with optimists and world-changers about the headlines we can be hopeful about — and how you can get involved and make a difference. Every week, Good Good Good founder Branden Harvey sits down with the people driving positive change against the world's greatest problems. Each episode will leave you with a sense of hope about the good in the world — and a sense of direction on how we can all be a part of that good. Episodes are released every Monday. Div ...
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, craft projects, and more for children. This ninth issue of the serial was published on December 30, 1879. Published by Harper & Brothers, known today for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. Illustrations for this issue may be viewed in the Project Gutenberg ebook.( ...
 
Do great things with great people! This is the podcast for high-performance teams. Topics include the Core Protocols, Agile software development, Open Space Technology, team emotional intelligence, psychological safety, and more. We share workshops, class segments, and interviews about awesome teams.
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, craft projects, and more for children. This eighth issue of the serial was published on December 23, 1879 and contained expanded content and improvements to the printed format. Published by Harper & Brothers, known today for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. The ...
 
How does music help to engage disaffected or disadvantaged young people? How can taking to the streets help build rapport with the youth community? This album is packed with positive examples of youths who've turned their lives around with the help of youth workers. At Madcap Arts they build self-esteem through making music, and The Factory street project meets young people on their own ground and offers a chance for personal growth through exciting activities and teamwork. The tracks offer ...
 
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Welcome to Under 30, the podcast series by the youth partnership that brings the research results, explores trends in young people's lives and themes relevant for youth policy and practice. The issue of young people’s mental health and psychological well-being appeared in some of the previous episodes of our podcast when we were discussing the impa…
 
This podcast episode takes us back to the Youth Development Construction Site. I spend time exploring the 2nd Aspect of Identity -- Self Worth. All young people need to develop Self Worth. I offer 5 strategies to that you can use to help build the self worth of the young people in your life. If you missed Episode 7: Identifying 12 Fundamental Devel…
 
Dominion Energy has a youth writing contest dedicated to African-American historical figures who have shaped South Carolina history and participating youth could win prizes for themselves and their school. Check out how Dr.Nandi Marshall of Healthy Savannah is working to advance workplace lactation policies and community support of breastfeeding in…
 
Minnesota, United States: Emily Fulton-Foley’s passion is uplifting youth voice and youth power in areas usually dominated by adults. She artfully empowers young people to channel their passion to impact positive change in the world. She reminds us of the power of empathy and acceptance. When we accept that there’s no one right way to be, we allow …
 
Medical expert: Being handcuffed, having knee on neck, knee on back all contributed to fatally low oxygen; Fentanyl would have reduced George Floyd’s respiratory rate, but his rate was “normal”; Medical examiner still expected to testify; Found Floyd’s drug use, health conditions were “significant” conditions; Medical expert refutes defense argumen…
 
The Australian government has made it clear that after unprecedented spending last year, it's time to slow things down. In America, however, Joe Biden is going the other way, with a jobs and infrastructure package worth two trillion dollars. Also, how young people economically survived the pandemic, and what the price of your coffee can tell you.…
 
It’s nearly 30 years since Sharon Stone starred in Basic Instinct, with the famous uncrossing-of-legs scene. In 2001, after adopting her first child, she suffered a stroke and almost died. In an exclusive interview with Emma Barnett she talks about her autobiography - The Beauty of Living Twice. This summer, students in England will receive A-level…
 
Back in 2016, U.S. Embassy workers in Cuba were struck by a mysterious noise, followed by symptoms like headaches, dizziness and memory problems. This sent the U.S. scrambling to try to find the culprit. Could it have been an ear-piercing sonic weapon? Or something even sneakier — a device that could beam microwaves into your brain?? We speak to jo…
 
Daunte Wright’s aunt: why do we have to keep burying our babies?; Ben Crump: too often “traffic stops end up as deadly sentences”; Funeral for Daunte Wright held in Minneapolis; Two more cities on edge after deadly police shootings; In reversal from Trump-era, Biden vows to slash carbon emissions in half by 2030; White House kicks off Earth day wit…
 
A recent study shows that poor and Latino neighborhoods in the Southwestern U.S. are hotter than wealthier, whiter neighborhoods in the same cities. The study's lead author joins us. And, a new survey explores why some conservative voters are growing even more skeptical about getting COVID-19 vaccines. Republican pollster Frank Luntz talks about hi…
 
Justin Bieber's accelerated rise to success as a child star brought him years of pain — but he's figured out a way to piece his life together again. GQ's Zach Baron explains the significance of the singer's evolution. And, many police departments have implemented implicit bias training for officers. Social psychologist Jack Glaser joins us.…
 
Angela Merkel steps down as Chancellor or Prime minister of Germany in September. Nicknamed Mutti or mummy she has held the top job since 2005 so her departure is a huge shift at a challenging time in global and national politics. All eyes are focused on possible successors and one candidate in the frame is Annalena Baerbock. On Monday, the Green P…
 
The island nation of Nauru has been readmitted to the World Bank’s high-income club. The turnaround in Nauru’s economic woes is partly due to increased income from fishing licences - but it is revenue from Australia’s Regional Processing Centre that's transformed the tiny economy. Plus, back in the penalty box – trade sanctions are expected as the …
 
It has been a brutal year. Not only for the loss, heartache and isolation the pandemic has brought, but also the relentless and senseless violence, the mass shootings, and systemic racism at play all over America. Even as Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all accounts, on April 21, 2021, of murdering George Floyd in Minneapolis last May, a 16-year-…
 
David and Helen talk to Mike Kenny about what devolution has done to the politics of the UK as seen from Westminster and Whitehall. How have we ended up with a Unionism that is both complacent and aggressive? What lessons has the pandemic taught about the need for co-operation? And can the UK survive without a fundamental constitutional rethink? ht…
 
Chauvin in restricted housing unit in prison for safety; Derek Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison; Ohio police officer shoots, kills teen girl who appears to lunge at someone with a knife; New poll: 43% of Republicans say they will avoid the vaccine; Biden: Congress needs to pass policing act in honor of Floyd; Senate to vote on anti-Asian hate…
 
On this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People, Kathy Kolbe begins to shift the direction of conversation towards the intricacies of the Kolbe Theory and how an advanced understanding of such can help you utilize the full potential of what you have learned. This episode provides insight into what you have already learned and what is yet to come. Tun…
 
High school students I'sis Brown in Minneapolis and Jerome Treadwell in St. Paul reflect on the murder trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin and the guilty verdict that followed. And, modern internet relies on cables at the bottom of the ocean. As WLRN's Danny Rivero reports, researchers are now studying how that sprawling cable network coul…
 
It’s Wednesday, which means a new Polar Opposites episode! We discuss the rise of anti-transgender legislation across the country (17:33). Johnson & Johnson pauses their vaccine out of caution and anti-vaxers lose their minds with new conspiracies (22:45). We read more listener letters (05:20) and dive into the Black Lives Matter organization to se…
 
There's lingering grief in Minneapolis for all those who died at the hands of police before and after George Floyd, including Philando Castile and Daunte Wright. Racial trauma therapist Resmaa Menakem discusses healing and moving forward. And, criminal justice professor and police consultant Lorenzo Boyd, who says Derek Chauvin "set policing back a…
 
My Nurse Now has multiple locations across the coastal Georgia area to get you and your family vaccinated, see all of the locations and vaccine options at www.mynursenow.com. Hear from Malena Stone of PACK Savannah on how your time, donations and dollars can feed and support kids in need across our area. Hear from the National Down Syndrome Society…
 
Vanessa Frake worked in the prison service for 27 years. For 16 of those years she was the head of security and operations at the notorious male prison Wormwood Scrubs. Her career saw her cross paths with some of Britain's most notorious criminals. She was the main officer responsible for serial killer Rose West whilst she awaited trial, she was ma…
 
When something truly awful happens, we can’t forget. That memory isn’t just stored in our brains. Our bodies keep the score too. Researcher and psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk has spent his life studying the affects of trauma on adults and children. In this eye-opening conversation, Kate and Bessel address the nature of trauma, how helplessness an…
 
A crowdsourced episode! You asked, we answered with this episode: A collage of the best moments so far. From New Zealand to Portland, London to Austin, and Edinburgh to Melbourne; this podcast was recorded all over the world while I toured There Will Be No Intermission. The podcast premiered in 2020 at the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic. What a ye…
 
One of the greatest children’s stories of all time was written way back in 1925. Today, I’d like to introduce you the world's most famous bear, Winnie-the Pooh. This was the very first story ever written about Winnie-the-Pooh and Christopher Robin. Now, 95 years later, it is in the public domain. Next year, we will begin bringing you more of the cl…
 
Chef Kathy Gunst shares tips for reducing food waste and making better use of ingredients that most of us routinely throw away. And, 56% of people over 16 in New Mexico so far have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose. The state's secretary of health explains how they are reaching as many people as possible.…
 
Joe Arpaio's hard-line immigration enforcement in Arizona's Maricopa County sparked a fierce Latino-led resistance movement determined to bring him down. Jude Joffe-Block discusses her new book on Arpaio's downfall, "Driving While Brown." And, one of the largest glaciers in Antarctica is melting faster than previously known. Researcher Rob Larter d…
 
In this episode, Richard interviews Jorgen Hesselberg, a co-founder of Comparative Agility and the author of Unlocking Agility: An Insiders’ Guide to Agile Enterprise Transformation. He tells us how luck is not necessarily a product of coincidence and how your team can truly become an architect of its own luck.Read the transcript of the episode at …
 
This podcast episode takes us back to the Youth Development Construction Site. I will walk us through our 3rd developmental outcome -- Mastery and Future. I share why this is important for youth, what it can look like when young people are not developing this, and offer 4 strategies you can begin using right away to help young people grow in this a…
 
With the surge in people getting dogs during lockdown, Emily Dean, broadcaster and host of ‘Walking The Dog with Emily Dean’ joins Anita to discuss her shih-tzu called Raymond, the trend for ‘pandemic puppies’ and the unique relationship between women and their dogs.Newspaper reports from the weekend suggest that Prince Charles, Harry, William and …
 
Dawn Butler MP Brent Central Brent Central Wonder(ful) woman! 'Even if you do not achieve your end goal, you can still learn a lot of things.' Dawn Butler never set out to become an MP because there were no role models, but she joined the Labour Party when young and still enjoys campaigning, listening to people and debating just as ever. School fri…
 
Studies show that police traffic stops disproportionately affect communities of color, but many in law enforcement maintain the argument that the stops help keep their communities safe. NPR's Eric Westervelt details the latest reform efforts. And, Oscar-nominated film "Mank" is about the writing of the screenplay for the 1941 classic "Citizen Kane.…
 
Black girls are suspended six to seven times more than white girls in schools across the U.S. Now, Rep. Ayanna Pressley is reintroducing a bill that aims to disrupt the school-to-confinement pipeline. And, 6 million businesses in the U.S. rely on gas. Carbon expert Mike Henchen and chef Nick Cobarruvias talk about the future of gas in the restauran…
 
Ellen Ave: EasyRent x Fin Barnett (S3 #007) 👉🏽 get me to 1K followers! https://www.instagram.com/ellenave_/ Toby and Mingyang from EasyRent join the podcast today to discuss the startup journey, what we would do with $3000, the art of pivoting, how the company is actually doing, participating in summer incubators/ programmes, turning down a VC (ven…
 
The original rude girl and ‘Queen of Ska’ Pauline Black was working as a radiographer when she came to prominence in the late 1970s as the lead singer of the 2 Tone ska revival band The Selecter. Pauline joins Anita to talk about being the only girl on tour alongside The Specials and Madness, expressing herself as a young black woman through music,…
 
Today we share Bishop Barron's talk at the 2021 Los Angeles Religious Education Congress titled “Catholics, Media Mobs, and the Culture of Contempt.” The talk focuses on how to address the swell of negative and nasty behavior we're seeing online, not just in general but especially among Catholics. Links The Pope Benedict XVI Reader from Word on Fir…
 
Yonathan Moya grew up on the U.S./Mexico border and sought out a way to tell the stories of the people living there. Following a nine-day photographic journey in 2017, he launched an organization supporting families along the border. Border Perspective leads service-learning trips along the south Texas border to provide opportunities to support loc…
 
Be Passionate About What You Do, Because Passion Leads to Success. Sunday thoughts from yours truly! Free shipping on your first order with Flat Essentials: https://flatessentials.co.nz/discount/ellenave or use 'ellenave' at checkout FULL EPISODE: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/ellen-ave-sports-business-lifestyle/id1505168852#episodeG…
 
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