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Diet Science is a fun 7 to 8 minute weekly program with insights and straight scoops on today's health and diet issues from Dee McCaffrey, CDC. Dee is an Organic Chemist who lost 100 pounds, nearly half her body weight, and has kept it off for 20 years by staying away from processed foods. She's the author of The Science of Skinny, released by Perseus June 2012, and The Science of Skinny Cookbook, which was released December 2014.
 
The podcast about witchy, paranormal, geeky, pagan, comic, pop culture awesomeness. Hi, I'm Mike D, an empath/psychic, witch, actor/voice actor, podcast host, business owner...and a self professed comic nerd. We will be diving in to topics such as tarot, divination, spellwork, magickal plants, books I'm loving and more! Thanks for listening! Facebook: @sonofawitchpod Instagram: @sonofawitchpod Son of a Witch store: www.teespring.com/stores/sonofawitchpodcast www.sonofawitchpod.com
 
The City View is a new podcast from City A.M. - London's daily business and finance newspaper. City A.M. was launched 15 years ago under the strapline "business with personality" - and The City View podcast follows the same philosophy. Every day, City A.M. Editor Christian May will open the podcast with a quick look at the headlines from the worlds of business, finance, economics and politics, before introducing his guest of the day. Guests will be industry leaders, economists, pundits, inve ...
 
Direct from Mic's newsroom, stay current with a daily run-down of top stories, breaking news and analysis from our team of journalists. In a world where information spreads at the speed of light, this show provides listeners with the most important narratives and relevant updates to start your weekdays off on the right foot - Monday through Friday at 6 A.M. Eastern.
 
Tune in to hear an ex Law Enforcement Officer turned real estate maverick that is turning the real estate world upside down by exposing real estate and damn near anything else. Listen in as host Scott Mosley and his infectious co-host Colin Sadler dissect and offer a unique insight on a broad range of topics. You will be glad you did. We will be interviewing thought leaders, entrepreneurs, professional athletes and many more. Some you will know, some you will get to know. This show is much m ...
 
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Whether we realize it or not, this planet and all life on it are influenced by grasses. Among the most important are grasses belonging to the tribe Andropogoneae. Members of this group include crops such as corn, sugarcane, and sorghum, as well as ecologically important species like big bluestem. Despite their importance, we know surprisingly littl…
 
THIS EPISODE IS FULL OF SO MUCH SPOOKY, CREEPY, OCCULT SAMHAIN/HALLOWEEN GOODNESS!!! WE DISCUSS JAPANESE YUREI (GHOSTS), YOKEI (DEMONS/MONSTERS), THE FOREST OF TREES (SUICIDE FOREST) IN JAPAN, SEANCES WITH OUR GRANDMOTHER, GHOST STORIES, AND TONS OF LAUGHS THOUGHOUT THE SHOW. EVEN IF YOU AREN'T A WITCH, YOU WILL FIND SO MUCH TO LOVE ABOUT THIS EPIS…
 
In this episode Christian talks to Lord Maude, a veteran of Tory politics whose career spanned nearly 40 years from the government of Margaret Thatcher to David Cameron's 2015 majority. Maude, who was a signatory to the Maastricht Treaty in 1992, talks about the current Brexit negotiations and says he is absolutely certain that both sides want to s…
 
Invasive species are second only to habitat destruction in causing loss of biodiversity on this planet. Moving one species to a habitat where it didn't evolve or even giving native species a new advantage can cause ripples that spread throughout the entire ecosystem. Returning to the podcast to talk about these issues is plant pathologist, Dr. Kris…
 
In this episode Christian talks to David Mercer, CEO of LMAX Group, the fast-growing fintech firm and FX and institutional crypto exchange that clocked up $56m (£43m) in gross profit in 2019, with trading volumes of $3.5tn. LMAX is listed in the Deloitte Fast 50 and The Sunday Times Tech Track 100, and the Group recorded record half-year results in…
 
This episode is all about one of the most difficult topics in natural history - extinction. Plants set the foundation for nearly all life on Earth and yet they receive a mere fraction of the attention and effort needed to conserve them. Recent estimates indicate that 40% of the world's plant species are threatened with extinction and that is a scar…
 
In the first episode of the City View's new weekly format, Christian May talks to veteran broadcaster and journalist Alastair Stewart about a wave of disruption hitting the broadcast media. The BBC has a new Director General while its former star presenter is launching a rival news channel. What will this do to the media landscape and how should es…
 
Vitamin B12 is a very important vitamin for cardiovascular and neurological health, but it is also the only vitamin that is not recognized as being reliably supplied from plant foods, leaving vegans to rely on foods fortified with synthetic vitamin B12 or take supplements. However, researchers at a Florida-based company say they have discovered act…
 
Treacherous topography can often serve as a safeguard for rare plant populations. Being difficult or even impossible to reach can protect plants from the myriad pressures that threaten them. Imagine what we could find tucked away among cliffs and ledges where most animals cannot venture. My gust today has managed to find a novel way of surveying pl…
 
Climates have always changed but thanks to human activity it is happening at an ever-increasing rate. For sessile organisms like trees, this often means either adapting in place or risk going extinct. However predicting the outcomes of climate change on life is extremely challenging and differs depending on what kinds of plants you're looking at an…
 
This episode is dedicated to the trade of a culinary ingredient that involves multiple orchid species. Salep is derived from the tubers of many terrestrial orchids and no one really understands how modern demand for this ingredient is affecting their populations in the wild. Joining us to talk about this are PhD candidate Martha Charitonidou and Dr…
 
When we think of biodiversity and evolution, the tropical regions of our planet are frequently touted as hotspots for speciation. Indeed, the tropics house more species than most other regions, however, that doesn't mean that temperate areas haven't contributed to the diversity of life on this planet. Recent work has revealed that one of the larges…
 
In this extended episode of the City View, Christian talks to Bank of England chief economist and Monetary Policy Committee member Andy Haldane, about the economic lessons learnt from the past five months and the prospects for our economy recovery. Haldane strikes an upbeat tone and warns against letting pessimism shape "the narrative we tell ourse…
 
In this episode Christian talks to Phil Smeaton, chief investment officer for Sanlam Private Wealth, about how markets have behaved in recent months and the forces that could shape them over the rest of this year. Phil discusses the fall in the value of the US dollar; the US election; UK tax rises; and central bank interventions. Also in this episo…
 
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