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Is capitalism the engine of destruction or the engine of prosperity? On this podcast we talk about the ways capitalism is—or more often isn’t—working in our world today. Hosted by Vanity Fair contributing editor, Bethany McLean and world renowned economics professor Luigi Zingales, we explain how capitalism can go wrong, and what we can do to fix it. Cover photo attributions: https://www.chicagobooth.edu/research/stigler/about/capitalisnt
 
This podcast is about sharing that running journey, its here to help inspire and motivate others to join and take part in the best sport in the world! Running! Along the journey you’ll also get the chance to hear from a range of coaches, athletes and running experts their backgrounds and how they go about getting the most out of their running. Sharing some of their secrets and training tips, to help expose you to some new ways of thinking and operating!
 
Voices: New Media Fiction brings together the pioneer short fiction podcasters. Experimenting from putting short-short fiction to novellas over their podcasts, these writers were the first to test the new medium for storytelling. Some wrote specifically for podcasts, some read previously published fiction, and some read entirely new stories. Some listeners asked if they could get just the stories in audio form, and that request brought about this podiobook. Cory Doctorow tells us a story abo ...
 
It is the best-kept and worst-kept secret in the Planetary Union navy. The PUV James Keeling, a warship that does things that no other ship can do. It is a weapon, and a liability. The rumor is that eighty percent of the people assigned to the Keeling die before their two-year stint is up. That rumor is the reason for the ship's nickname -- The Crypt, a vessel full of the dead. Those with a promising career, those with connections, those that can can avoid service on the Keeling do just that ...
 
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Zacca and Matt have a discussion about some of the amazing performances they've seen at the Olympics so far and what they are looking forward to seeing. They also discuss some of the original documented training techniques and diet from the early 1800 distance runners and how that has progressed over time by going into their own weeks. Zacca gets t…
 
Jodie Whittaker has announced her departure, and Doctor Who showrunner Chris Chibnall is also heading out the door. The cycle of change has once again been initiated, but we haven't got together to make endless speculation about "who's next?" Instead, we're looking at "where and what next?" What can Doctor Who do to survive in a world of Loki, The …
 
Does meritocracy create a better world for everyone, or does it create massive inequality? There's been a lot of debate in the last few years about meritocracy, and it's become even more pressing in light of the pandemic. If essential workers are "essential", are they really less meritorious than a banker or accountant? So, we decided to discuss bo…
 
Zacca and Matt catch up on how their weeks have gone. Zacca has to adjust his week around his second Pfizer jab, but still knocks out a solid session and long run. Matt adds some mileage to his week and hits a couple of ok sessions. Zacca and Matt are joined by runcreature founder Myles Gough to chat about the middle and long distance Australian te…
 
Zacca and Matt catch up about their rollercoaster weeks, both hitting the same sessions as they head towards (hopefully!), Albert Park 10km. They discuss getting into some faster work, with 6 x 1km, Matt aiming to hold to the Bill Bowerman ‘finish exhilarated not exhausted’ motto. After discussions with Brady Threlfall, their second session for the…
 
If shareholders are the owners of a company, they should be able to get that company to do what they want. But what happens when shareholders want something other than profits at any cost?In a major moment for what's come to be called "shareholder capitalism", activist hedge fund Engine No. 1 successfully claimed three seats on Exxon's board of dir…
 
Matt is joined this week by Run2PB coach Jack Davies as a guest co-host, as Zacca takes a well-earned break, especially after lots of yelling following the European Cup Soccer Final.Jack discusses how his training has been going over the last couple of months. Focussing on a steady build back up and incorporating specific strength work and cross tr…
 
Zacca is joined by Run2PB coach Chris Armstrong as a guest co host as Matt takes a well earned break away. Zac and Chris discuss how the Run2PB community has dealt with the cancellation with the Gold Coast Marathon, we hear about Zac turning his taper into a parkrun hit out against Matt, where they duked it out at the Marriott Waters Park Run in Cr…
 
There are plenty of lingering questions about the development of the coronavirus vaccine. How was the pricing decided? Did the public-private partnership with the government work? Who's right in the debate over patent rights and profit sharing?There's no better person to put these questions to than David Meline, the CFO of Moderna. He joins our pod…
 
Zacca and Matt catch up to discuss how their prep is going for the Gold Coast Marathon festival. Zacca gets the paces down in Fartlek, then dials into MP for his second workout of the week. Matt gets into some faster work too with a 3 x 2km and 5 x 1min on/off. Then hits a split 25min tempo. They discuss how a few last minute tips too. ***episode r…
 
Recorded live, Zacca and Brady chatting all things Gold Coast marathon. Giving tips and tricks for all runners, everything from chatting about race plans, specific course details and how to work through certain sections. Zacca and Matt chat about some big results from Run2PB members over the weekend, with Shepparton Time Trials lead by Run2PB coach…
 
Occupy Wall Street, Italy's Five Star Movement, the indignados in Spain—we've seen an increase in anti-elite protests by a disabused public over the last two decades. But what has caused this "revolt of the public"?Martin Gurri, Visiting Fellow at George Mason University's Mercatus Center and former CIA media analyst, argues that elites have overpr…
 
Business end leading into the Gold Coast marathon, Zacca shares how he worked his way through the week. Including a solid 3 x 7k session and what sort of nutrition plan he has in store for the marathon. Matt jumps into some faster work in the lead up to the Gold Coast Half Marathon, rolling out 2 sets of mile, 800, 800 and then joins in on some pac…
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence and asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? This week, Greg is joined by Gareth Roberts of the Barry Horns, to talk about politics in football and the part Welsh football fans have played in the independence movement so far, as well as their new single 'Cymru Rydd' (Free Wales)…
 
Zacca and Matt catch up on how their weeks have gone. Matt lifts the intensity by rolling out 6 x 1km reps, then meets up with Dane Verwey for a half marathon paced session with 3 x 3km and mixes it up with some surges. Zacca pushes out his biggest mileage week ever! Amongst it he spices things up with a 3k at MP / Mona Fartlek / 6k at MP. Along wi…
 
Today's brand new episode of the Millennium Group Sessions Redux features author and professor Stacey Smith? Host - Troy L. Foreman Special guest - Stacey Smith? You can find more information on Stacey's current books at the following sites: Alt Publishing - https://www.atbpublishing.com/ Obverse Books - https://obversebooks.co.uk/product/39-siluri…
 
In the last few decades, American wages have stagnated for everyone except those at the very top. Yet, during this same period, worker productivity and corporate profits have soared. Why these two trends have coincided has perplexed economists. But, in a new book, economist Jan Eeckhout proposes a simple answer: market power. We discuss his proposa…
 
On this weeks ep, Matt and Zacca catch up about how they are going in the 7 day lockdown. Matt goes through how his sessions have gone in the lead up to the Gold Coast Half Marathon, working his way through a tempo/hills/tempo session and a solo long run attacking some hills. Whilst Zacca goes in depth discussing his marathon specific workout, 30mi…
 
Zacca and Matt chat about one of the most brutal cross country courses on the Athsvic calendar, Lardner Park. Zacca goes through his week leading up to the big race, taking it as an opportunity to have a down week. He loses count of his reps in his 4 x 4km session, but still finishes excited with how it felt. On the back of losing count, Zacca near…
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence and asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? This week, Greg is joined by the independence movement's "social media superstars", Cat Williams and Lewis Owen. We also head to Carmarthen to chat to Dai Public, and hear from former BBC Head of Social and Siml Social founder Owen Wi…
 
Have you ever heard the term "regulatory capture"? It's a famous economic theory that the regulation and regulators we create to keep certain industries in check can be captured and bent to the desires of those very industries. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of the paper that first proposed this theory. It's called "The The…
 
Matt continues his build back up, discussing how he’s now added a couple of sessions into the week and steadily got the long run out. As well as jumping on the bike to help pace Gemma and Karinna on their kick down at the back of their long run. Matt also delves into his week of heart tests, including an echo stress test. Zacca knocks out another b…
 
Brian Terranova makes Doctor Who fan films; he also collects props and cosplays. Christian Cawley and James McLean have worked on fanzines. They all host a Doctor Who podcast. But why do these, and other, Doctor Who fans keep making stuff? In this podcast we look at the various ways fans express their love of Doctor Who and other shows and serials …
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence and asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? In case you missed it, we've changed our release date to Fridays now instead of Wednesdays. This week, Greg is joined by author, journalism lecturer and Nation.Cymru founder Ifan Morgan-Jones. We also head up to the land of the Cofis …
 
Zacca discusses his week, one of the biggest he's done for a very long time. Hitting a big session in the middle with 5km at marathon pace, 4 x 5min, 5km at marathon pace. Matt chats about changing his Gold Coast marathon to a half marathon, as he steadily builds back up and is enjoying the process of that feeling of getting fitter. Run2PB coach an…
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence and asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? This week, Greg is joined by comedian and writer, Kiri Pritchard-McLean! We also sneak across the border to Oswestry to chat to Dai Public about independence. Due to the election, this episode doesn't have the usual Expert Horn or cat…
 
Pres. Biden is pursuing some of the largest spending proposals in U.S. history, which should be sparking concerns about inflation and interest rates. But most prominent bankers and economists have told us not to worry. Fmr Central Banker Mervyn King says they shouldn't be so confident. On this episode, we speak with Lord King about his concerns of …
 
Zacca ups the mileage this week and incorporates a marathon specific session of 3 x 5km (1km float), along with having a crack at the first round of the Athletics Victoria XCR at Jells Park. Matt makes a last minute decision to do his long run at the Mornington Running Festival half marathon and enjoys the buzz from the event, watching some of his …
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence and asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? This week, Greg is joined by Cardiff-born DJ, presenter and host Polly James, who cares about 'Indy' in more ways than one! We also head to Thehappiesttowninwalesin2017accordingtorightmove, Llandrindod Wells, to chat to Dai Public abo…
 
With Zacca’s Gold Coast Marathon prep in full swing, this week he dials it back with a planned down week. Zacca and Matt chat about how it went, with Zacca still getting a quality 20min fartlek, a parkrun with his fellow Melbourne University athletes and a solid 2 hour long run. Matt chats about how his recovery is going and tests how his feeling o…
 
John Scurry is a guitarist, a composers and and painter living in Melbourne. He has a new recording out with his Band "Reverse Swing” called "Early Risers" out on Lionshare Records. He sits down and talks to us about how he got this band together, the process he takes to write this music and also what he uses for inspiration when writing this music…
 
What is causing the widening wealth gap in America? People point fingers in many different directions, but a fairly new idea is to blame The Federal Reserve. In a new book, "Engine of Inequality: The Fed and The Future of Wealth In America", Karen Petrou, a managing partner at Federal Financial Analytics, argues that The Fed's ultra-low interest ra…
 
Zacca and Matt catch up on a huge result from our very own Run2pb junior development recipient Kiara Flavel. Who in her under 17 age group, placed 1st in the 800m and 4th in the 1500m at the recent national track and field championships in Sydney. They discuss what an amazing result for Kiara and her coach Brendan Dixon. Run culture founder and gun…
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence and asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? This week, Greg is joined by Goldie Lookin Chain's Billy and Eggsy, who chat big magic books, samurai swords... and independence. (things went slightly off topic) As well as this, we head to Wrexham to chat to Dai Public, and hear fro…
 
Zacca and Matt catch up on what's probably the biggest week in Zacca's life as well as Matt detailing how his post Hobart Half stay in Tasmania went. Run2PB coach and Canberra Half Marathon winner Brady Threlfall jumps on to discuss how not only his, but other Run2PB athletes went over the weekend across numerous races, along with recapping his own…
 
When it comes to probing the problems of Big Tech, either as a journalist or academic, access is key. Necessary data is highly guarded, often in a "black box", and these companies carefully select what they share and with whom. Few people understand this better than Kara Swisher who has been fearlessly covering and critiquing Big Tech since the 199…
 
MEATSHELL are an Australian experimental-folk duo duo that are from Melbourne originally from Brisbane, they have a new recording out Called "Since Subito" on Earshift records. MEATSHELL are made up of Helen Svoboda on bass/vocal and Andrew Saragossi on tenor saxophone. In this interview they explain how they have developed their minimalist sound a…
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence and asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? This week, Greg is joined by rugby star Ashton Hewitt, who chats about how rugby helped shape his Welsh identity, his role in the BLM movement, and what it would take to get him on the independence bandwagon. As well as this, we head …
 
Zacca is joined by Run2PB Coach and Stawell Gift Mile Winner, Jack Davies who steps in to replace Matt as co host for this week, whilst matt takes a well earned break down in tassie after racing in the Easter Marathon Festival. Zac and Jack relieve the glory days of a Stawell Victory and discuss how exciting it is to have some of Australia’s best d…
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence and asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? This week, Greg is joined by model, blogger and influencer Jess Davies, who chats about her feminism, the culture shock of moving from London to Aberystwyth, why Westminster isn't working for Wales, and also answers questions from the…
 
Zacca and Matt catch up on how their past couple of weeks have been. Matt goes through some of his specific sessions in the lead up to next weeks Hobart Half Marathon. Hitting a morning hills and tempo session to practice running hard, to replicate the early race start. Along with a long warm up into 5 x 1km alterations sessions and 3 x 2km reps in…
 
Released on April 2nd, 2021, 100 Objects of Doctor Who from Candy Jar Books explores the worlds of Doctor Who from a strange new angle, courtesy of Philip Bates. He's the editor of the very popular Doctor Who Companion website and he joins Christian Cawley in this podcast to discuss the DWC, 100 Objects of Doctor Who, and a little bit of recent Doc…
 
The only thing worse than crony capitalism may be crony capitalism controlled by a centralized communist authority. This is the system that has led to massive wealth disparities in China, even as the country has seen record growth.Former New York Times correspondent, David Barboza, has gotten a first-hand look at how this system in China has led to…
 
Nat Bartsch is one of the busiest ladies in Australian music at the moment, she is a jazz piano player, a jazz and classical composer, a mother and has also landed the gig for the Play-school show touring in Victoria for 2021 and she is our special guest on this episode of the Australian Jazz and Groove podcast. We will also hear new music from Ade…
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence & asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? Episode 2 is with former Astroid Boys frontman turned solo artist, Benji Wild. Benji discusses his relationship with politics growing up, his race, and whether Welsh independence would work for 'Black Wales'. As well as this, we chat to…
 
Zacca and Matt give a run down of some big results that have come through in the last couple of weeks, in their around the grounds segment. Run Culture coach, Run Therapy physiotherapist, host of the Run Culture podcast, 2.22 marathoner, training partner and great mate of Zacca and Matt, Dane Verwey jumps on for a chat about how he's tracking for t…
 
Greg merrily delves into the world of Welsh Independence & asks his guests the crucial question: are you yes yet? Episode One is Welsh commonwealth athlete and Winter Olympian, Mica Moore. Mica discusses her thoughts on Welsh Independence, representing Wales and Great Britain on the global stage, and what she would like to see for the future of Wal…
 
China Sourcing With Serial Entrepreneur David Hoffmann David is a serial entrepreneur building multi-million dollar companies He has led the international trade powerhouse Global Regency as CEO for over 15 years he is considered an expert in China sourcing, supply chain, private label, and brand licensing. In 2016 David launched GlobalTQM.com under…
 
In this weeks episode, Zacca and Matt catch up about their weeks. Matt talks about getting a cold, taking it easy, before hitting a half marathon specific session of 3 x 10min and rolls a group long run around Red Hill. Zacca progresses his training with a solid 4 x 2km session, 70min pickup run then jumps in on his Sunday run to pace one of his at…
 
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