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DOUG HOPKINS FLIPPIN' REAL ESTATE RADIO PROGRAM Personally involved in over 15,000 real estate transactions, Doug now brings his no nonsense approach to buying, selling, investing and profiting to the radio. Learn from the best flippin' real estate agent in America and find your next home or investment property. Call now to ask Doug and the team your real estate question. The on air lines are now open (323) 577-9330.
 
You found me... Welcome to my audio world! This is where I post audio on what I'm up to at the time the recorder is on: Opinions, Soundscapes I like, People I'm with, my travels I go on from time to time. You never know, you might find some of my posts interesting and even feel like leaving a comment on anything you have heard. I host a separate podcast called To The Tune Of Pianos Presents which highlights part of my life as a piano tuner.
 
Hi, I'm Jacques, and I help course creators actually succeed with online courses. More than ever before, regular people are taking their knowledge, packaging it up in an online course, and making a living doing it. I created my very own online course several years ago, and it’s been an awesome ride. But not everyone is successful with online courses. In fact, far too many people’s courses never really take off. And that’s why I’m here - to make sure that doesn’t happen to you. So what you ca ...
 
Overwhelmed by choice in the Peak TV era? Join hosts and IRL friends Tolani Shoneye (of 'The Receipts' podcast fame) and Gena-mour Barrett (who works for Netflix) as they discuss what they're watching, and what they think * you * should be watching too. Each week they'll be accompanied by a guest from the world of Netflix, who'll share a recommendation of their own. From brand new shows to overlooked gems, 10/10 Would Recommend is a freewheeling, unfiltered review show that will help you spe ...
 
James Hopkin (Hop) is an entrepreneur, skateboarder, longboarder and a tragic fan of skateboard racing. Better known for his Hopkin skateshop and starting the Australian Skateboard Racing Association (ASRA), in this podcast he shares interviews and personal stories about longboarding, skateboarding and downhill skateboard racing from around the world.
 
The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center leads the field in scientific inquiry and sets the pace in the race to cure cancer. Our doctors and researchers are at the vanguard of discovery, implementation and treatment. Our podcast provides a glimpse at the work they do to combat cancer and the leading care that our state-of-the-art facilities provide.
 
Two lesbians chatting about making babies and non-traditional families. Jaimie and Robin humorously go in-depth with weekly guests about their hopes, fears, and setbacks. The mission is to normalize, elevate and celebrate, while confirming that we're just like other parents, trying not to yell at our kids when they still haven't put their shoes on and we're 25 minutes late for school. The end result is a compelling podcast that amusingly explores the age-old question: what's it like to live ...
 
Join us on Thursdays at 2:00 pm est and 11:00 am pacific. Stay tuned for interesting new guests and topics. We have added a new show with a completely new format. It will be extremely local featuring the Willamette Valley In Oregon. The home of the great wine country, fabulous universities, unique communities and special individuals who make it all happen. So stay tuned for our new format show on Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm pacific time.
 
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Today on the podcast, we discuss Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish foreign policy, and Turkey’s increasing impact on the Middle East and the world. Who is President Erdogan? What are his domestic and foreign policy goals and motivations? What has President Erdoğan’s policies been towards neighboring Middle Eastern countries, specifica…
 
A reporter uncovers the secrets behind the scientific scam of the century. The news breaks first as a tale of fear and pity. Doctors at a London hospital claim a link between autism and a vaccine given to millions of children: MMR. Young parents are terrified. Immunization rates slump. And as a worldwide ‘anti-vax’ movement kicks off, old diseases …
 
This episode is part of the Boston Biotech Series - produced in collaboration with the Professional Development & Career Office (PDCO) at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. We encourage JHU students to join the online Boston Biotech Community on the OneHop platform to connect with the podcast’s guests as well as other JHU alumni who work in Bost…
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr J James Frost about his recent paper, 'Cancer's Intelligence,' on how the disease plots its growth in the body to overcome our efforts to stop it. To read more on Dr Frost's work, click here: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-12/swbc-ci122220.phpBy Bill Nelson
 
Anchor lead: There are specific training strategies to help regain smell after Covid infection, Elizabeth Tracey reports If you’ve lost your sense of smell due to Covid-19, you may have seen kits for sale that purport to help you regain it by regular sniffing of essential oils. Andrew Lane, an otolaryngologist at Johns Hopkins, says […]…
 
Welcome to our first episode of 2021! We are planning an amazing series of podcasts for this year, and love that you are part of this exploration. In today's episode we bring together Josina Calliste, a health professional and community organiser who is one of the co-founders of Land in Our Names (LION), a black-led collective addressing land inequ…
 
Jacques Hopkin has built a 7-figure business selling a piano course. Now he has a podcast where he interviews other online course creators and teaches the tips and techniques he has used to get him to over 1 million dollars in sales. In this episode we discuss what he has done over the last 7 years to get him where he is today. Here are the links t…
 
In a special two-part episode, we look at the landscape of vaccine hesitancy and what can be done to address it. In part one, Hopkins vaccine safety expert Dr. Dan Salmon talks with Stephanie Desmon about his new and ongoing research on acceptability of COVID-19 vaccines in minority communities and the importance of listening to understand hesitanc…
 
In Successful Aging: A Neuroscientist Explores the Power and Potential of Our Lives (Dutton Books, 2020), Daniel J. Levitin delivers powerful insights: • Debunking the myth that memory always declines with age • Confirming that “health span”—not “life span”—is what matters • Proving that sixty-plus years is a unique and newly recognized development…
 
Professor Andrew Grant Wood’s new edited volume, The Business of Leisure: Tourism History in Latin America and the Caribbean (University of Nebraska Press, 2021), explores the political, economic, and cultural dimensions of tourism in the region and its relationship to nationalism, imperialism, development, and many other themes. The volume also pr…
 
There are many Orientalist stereotypes about Thailand. Known as the “Land of Smiles” to foreign tourists, they often comment on the calm and pleasant demeanor of a people seemingly averse to conflict. However, these are superficial remarks coming from observers who fail to understand the country’s language, culture, and deep social, cultural, and p…
 
In the wake of 2020’s movements for Black Lives and exposed racial disparities in working-class deaths during the COVID-19 pandemic, educational institutions are grappling on a massive level with their role in either reproducing or disrupting entrenched systems of exploitative power. While individual agency in enacting inclusive practices can be li…
 
Mindfulness meditation has become the mental health practice du jour, and rightfully so, given all of its benefits: greater presence, clarity and calm. But for people who have endured trauma, meditation can backfire, resulting in more rather than less suffering. Why is that? And does that mean survivors of trauma should not practice it? Is there a …
 
In The Occupied Clinic: Militarism and Care in Kashmir (Duke UP, 2020), Saiba Varma explores the psychological, ontological, and political entanglements between medicine and violence in Indian-controlled Kashmir—the world's most densely militarized place. Into a long history of occupations, insurgencies, suppressions, natural disasters, and a crisi…
 
The bible and Australian society! Meredith Lake's published a new 2020 edition of The Bible in Australia: A Cultural History (NewSouth Books, 2020). It's history and sociology and reflections on religion's role on the 'Great Southern Land'. Meredith Lake gets under the skin of a text that’s been read, wrestled with, preached and tattooed, and belie…
 
Eminent medievalist Michael D. Bailey, Professor of History at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, talks about his upcoming book, Origin of the Witches’ Sabbath. The book contains nimble and enjoyable translations of five medieval treatises as well as the two witchcraft trials, as well as a critical introduction. While the perception of magic as h…
 
Winner the 2019 NAAP Gradiva Award and Co- Winner of International Association for Jungian Studies Awards Program for Best Books published in 2019, Marian Dunlea’s BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach (Routledge, 2019) provides a theoretical and practical guide for working with early developmental …
 
What happens to a trauma survivor who negatively internalizes the doctrines of Reformed theology? What are the paths forward toward psychological and spiritual healing? In a tour de force interdisciplinary study, The Trauma of Doctrine: New Calvinism, Religious Abuse, and the Experience of God (Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, 2020), Paul Maxwell…
 
Filmmaker Ramin Bahrani discusses his latest film The White Tiger and explains why he's drawn to stories about the ambition of the underdog in the face of crushing poverty. Our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on a new novel to check out: How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House by Cherie Jones. Comedian Ali Hassan shares a playlist of …
 
In a special two-part episode, we look at considerations of ethics and equity in vaccinating a nation. In part one, Stephanie Desmon talks to Johns Hopkins ethicist Dr. Ruth Faden about the ethics of COVID-19 vaccine distribution and choosing who is and who isn’t eligible to be vaccinated in the near term. They also talk about what happens when som…
 
Why are humans alone capable of invention? This question is relevant to every human invention, from music to mathematics, sculpture and science, dating back to the beginnings of civilization. In The Pattern Seekers: A New Theory of Human Invention, Simon Baron-Cohen, the director of the Autism Research Center at Cambridge University, presents a new…
 
Musical Solidarities: Political Action and Music in Late Twentieth-Century Poland (Oxford University Press, 2020) by Andrea Bohlman is a study of the music of dissent and protest during the Solidarity Movement in 1980s Poland. This book is not simply a re-telling of significant events in the fight against state socialism or an examination of import…
 
Digital Religion does not simply refer to religion as it is carried out online, but more broadly studies how digital media interrelate with religious practice and belief. Xenia Zeiler's book Digital Humanism (Routledge, 2019) explores and consequentially studies how Hinduism is expressed in the digital sphere and how Hindus utilise digital media. H…
 
This is a Special Series on Third World Nationalism. In the wake of a rise in nationalism around the world, and its general condemnation by liberals and the left, in addition to the rise of China and Russia, we have put together this series on Third World Nationalism to nuance the present discourse on nationalism, note its centrality to anti-imperi…
 
In The Cow in the Elevator: An Anthropology of Wonder (Duke UP, 2018), Tulasi Srinivas explores a wonderful world where deities jump fences and priests ride in helicopters to present a joyful, imaginative, yet critical reading of modern religious life. Drawing on nearly two decades of fieldwork with priests, residents, and devotees, and her own exp…
 
Whether engaged in same-sex desire or gender nonconformity, black queer individuals live with being perceived as a threat while simultaneously being subjected to the threat of physical, psychological, and socioeconomic injury. Attending to and challenging threats has become a defining element in queer black artists’ work throughout the black diaspo…
 
A beautifully written exploration of religion's role in a secular, modern politics, by an accomplished scholar of critical theory, Migrants in the Profane: Critical Theory and the Question of Secularization (Yale University Press, 2020) takes its title from an intriguing remark by Theodor W. Adorno, in which he summarized the meaning of Walter Benj…
 
Today we are sitting down to chat with Austin Netzley, author of From 6 to 7 Figures! Austin shares with us about his journey into entrepreneurship, practical steps for growing your business exponentially, and how his book and coaching programs can help online course creators like you. Enjoy! “ We can only rely on hustle and muscle so much.” – Aust…
 
Stage and screen legend Cicely Tyson reflects on how she helped pave the way for more complex and layered Black storytelling in Hollywood. Grammy Award-winning Canadian drummer Larnell Lewis talks about revisiting a selection of tracks off his debut album In the Moment, and shares how his family lineage has informed his musical journey. Mohawk actr…
 
Anchor lead: How should we approach helping people with opioid use disorder? Elizabeth Tracey reports Substance use disorders are causing an epidemic parallel to Covid-19, with over 80,000 deaths reported over the one year period ending in May 2020, according to the CDC. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says we […]…
 
Anchor lead: How should we approach helping people with opioid use disorder? Elizabeth Tracey reports Substance use disorders are causing an epidemic parallel to Covid-19, with over 80,000 deaths reported over the one year period ending in May 2020, according to the CDC. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says we […]…
 
Anchor lead: How many deaths due to opioid use disorder are suicides? Elizabeth Tracey reports During the one year period from May 2019 to May 2020, 81,000 people died of drug overdoses, CDC data reveal. That number is almost certainly an underestimate, and is almost twice as high as the previous year’s data. Eric Strain, […]…
 
Anchor lead: How many deaths due to opioid use disorder are suicides? Elizabeth Tracey reports During the one year period from May 2019 to May 2020, 81,000 people died of drug overdoses, CDC data reveal. That number is almost certainly an underestimate, and is almost twice as high as the previous year’s data. Eric Strain, […]…
 
Anchor lead: In addition to Covid-19, overdose deaths are skyrocketing, Elizabeth Tracey reports From May 2019 to May 2020, deaths due to opioid overdose were almost twice as high as the previous year, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data indicate. Eric Strain, a psychiatrist and substance use disorder expert at Johns Hopkins, says even …
 
Anchor lead: In addition to Covid-19, overdose deaths are skyrocketing, Elizabeth Tracey reports From May 2019 to May 2020, deaths due to opioid overdose were almost twice as high as the previous year, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data indicate. Eric Strain, a psychiatrist and substance use disorder expert at Johns Hopkins, says even …
 
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