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The Radio Free Hillsdale Hour is a one-hour, weekly radio show/podcast advancing the efforts of Hillsdale College in radiating its knowledge and teaching to the world outside of campus. Listeners will hear the arguments and debates that make up the liberal arts education and will experience the learning and teaching that happens on campus. Hosted by Scot Bertram.
 
Craig Fields and David Long venture to the cinema to watch and review almost all the films being played. They bring you all the latest with the Oscars & Awards season, from BAFTA to SAG, plus the latest film reviews, news and general chat about the world of cinema and Hollywood. They then let you know what movies are worth it both from the cinema and from streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, MUBI, Disney +, Apple TV + and more. So if you love films, why not give this movie ...
 
The #1 Evidence Based Growth Podcast on the Internet. The Science of Success is about the search for evidence based personal growth. It's about exploring ways to improve your decision-making, understand your mind and how psychology rules the world around you, and learn from experts and thought leaders about ways we can become better versions of ourselves.
 
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In this episode we discuss how to boost your energy, focus, and happiness in 5 minutes or less using a dead simple strategy anyone can apply right away. We explore the power of self knowledge and why it’s one of the cornerstones of success in any area of life, and we uncover several powerfully uncomfortable questions we can ask ourselves to be happ…
 
For the final episode before the Federal Election, the Betoota Advocate interviews Grace Tame. Speaking candidly, The former Australian Of The Year gives an insight into what has been happening since the last time we spoke in 2021 - both in her work, and in Australia. Grace Tame talks about working on policy, advocacy, and her epiphanies about both…
 
TOPICS: "Cancel culture" on a college campus, themes in film noir, the rise and fall of Greek democracy, & civics taught in K-12 schoolsHost Scot Bertram talks with David Azerrad, Assistant Professor and Research Fellow at Hillsdale College’s Van Andel Graduate School of Government in Washington, D.C., about his recent lecture at Saint Vincent Coll…
 
For our second last interview before the Federal Election, The Betoota Advocate interviews the Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy. Chris Bowen tells his story from growing up in Western Sydney, getting into politics, getting an education and eventually getting his hands on the levers. As the Member for McMahon, Bowen thinks this election…
 
TOPICS: Benjamin Franklin as moral lawgiver, what is inflation and why it's bad, and the life and work of William Butler Yeats With the recent release of a PBS documentary on Benjamin Franklin, host Scot Bertram continues his discussion with Kevin Slack, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale, about Franklin as moral lawgiver. Nathan Lewis, c…
 
Adnan is an entrepreneur with a background in running fast-paced VC backed companies. He observed his team members challenges and a lack of investment in helping Millennials manage their mental health through a medium they'd become accustomed to - videos on their mobile phones. And so Adnan co-founded Mind Labs - an app that focuses on live video c…
 
While the Liberals panic over losing affluent inner-city seats to the Independents, the Labor Party faces the same age old challenge of The Greens taking their urban working class electorates. Celeste Liddle is a candidate gunning to do just that, in perhaps the most marginal Labor seat in the country. A unionist, feminist author and a member of th…
 
TOPICS: Why a proper approach to history is important, why China is winning the war for high tech, and why raising virtuous men is vital for the countryHost Scot Bertram talks with Wilfred McClay, Victor Davis Hanson Chair in Classical History and Western Civilization at Hillsdale College, about his recent Bradley Prize, his approach to history, an…
 
In this episode FAIR's Research team breaks down our latest report which pegs the illegal alien population at 15.5 million as of the end of 2021, and discusses how much this cohort costs American taxpayers.Here's the report: https://www.fairus.org/issue/illegal-immigration/2021-update-how-many-illegal-aliens-live-united-states…
 
Jon Palmer is a seasoned sports journalist and lecturer - he's covered Cheltenham Town FC for decades and followed the club since boyhood.In this episode - with one game to go - we reflect on the club's best ever league finish. We also touch on Jon's job as a lecturer and the jobs market for sports journalists new to the career.…
 
This week’s guest, Rebekha Carina Che Sharkie represents the Division of Mayo, just south and east of Adelaide. A Ten Pound Pom who as a kid would sleep under tables in the rural pubs of South Australia while her dad played drums. She initially approached the Liberals for pre-selection a decade ago, but was told that a single mother would be a bad …
 
TOPICS: American classical education, themes in C. S. Lewis's fiction, and a deeper look at Andrew JacksonHost Scot Bertram talks with Kathleen O'Toole, Assistant Provost for K-12 Education at Hillsdale College, about what makes for truly *American* classical education. Jason Lepojärvi, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Thorneloe Universi…
 
Finally, an akubra that isn't sparkling clean - with one of the most inspiring life stories to grace the Decode Podcast. The Betoota Advocate interviews Bob Katter’s next prodigy. Rod Jensen, an Indigenous KAP candidate from Far North Queensland. He's had a distinguished career in the NRL, community work and education. Rocket Rod offers answers to …
 
TOPICS: History of the filibuster, the relentless growth of government, Tolstoy's great works, and a Hillsdale grad in the White House press corpsHost Scot Bertram talks with Paul Moreno, William and Berniece Grewcock Chair in Constitutional History and Professor of History at Hillsdale, about the history of the filibuster in the U.S. Senate. Steph…
 
Luke Varney had a sensational football (soccer) career playing from non-league to the premier league. Here we talk about: ** His new career as a personal trainer including working with children, group work and comparing working with the general public and elite athletes. ** Knee injuries, the pros and cons of running and rehabilitation. ** Reflecti…
 
This week, Clancy and Errol talk to another Independent Candidate hoping to disrupt the status quo at the 2022 Federal Election. Hanabeth Luke is a scientist and Marine Rescue volunteer, who teaches at Southern Cross University, while also raising a family in Evans Head. She making a run at the marginal electorate of Page, currently held by the Nat…
 
Anthony Astbury, a former financial trader in London, created The Whole Man Academy to 'give men the tools to live an epic life of fun, freedom and adventure.' Great conversation here on: * Morning routines * Adapting and processing life-style advice to match YOUR life. * Foundations of feeling good. * Growing your own food (amidst possible food sh…
 
On the 7th and final episode of this ‘Road To The Oscars’ series David Long is joined by special guest Erick Weber as they discuss and unpack all the events which took place at the 94th Academy Awards and boy is there plenty to discuss! The show begins with a discussion about the controversial decision to cut eight of the categories from the live b…
 
TOPICS: Benjamin Franklin as Enlightenment philosopher, Critical Race Theory & our schools, and the problem of evil and sufferingWith PBS debuting a new documentary on Benjamin Franklin, host Scot Bertram talks with Kevin Slack, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale, about Franklin as Enlightenment philosopher. Christopher Rufo, senior fello…
 
We've got another proud Nationals MP in the booth this week, Darren Chester the Member For Gippsland in Victoria. Clancy and Errol hit DC with the big questions, what is the number one concern for the people in his electorate? What is it like being member of the Coalition Government that clearly does not want him in the Federal Cabinet? What's the …
 
TOPICS: Revolutions in 1968, THE UNITED STATES IN CRISIS, a great moment in THE ODYSSEY, and woke capitalism vs. profit.Host Scot Bertram talks with Darryl Hart, Distinguished Associate Professor of History at Hillsdale College, about events from the year 1968, a year of global revolution. Edward Erler joins the show to discuss his new book THE UNI…
 
Phil Hanson, 22, races for United Autosports in the FIA World Endurance Championship and European Le Mans Series. He's been the youngest driver to be crowned World Endurance Champion and the youngest British driver to win Le Mans 24 Hour Race. In 2020, he became the first driver to win the FIA World Endurance Championship (LMP2), European Le Mans S…
 
It's been an unprecedented couple months of natural disasters down the east coast of Australia. From Gympie to Lismore, to the Hawkesbury River out the back of Sydney. And with this changing climate, comes new responsibilities for our Federal Politicians. Today on the Decode Podcast, we speak to the Shadow Minister for Emergency Management, Senator…
 
On Episode 6 of Road to The Oscars join David Long and special guest Craig Fields as they go head to head in a battle for the ages! The speculation is over, the precursors have happened and its time for the lads to lay their cards on the table and boy do they. David battles with heart vs head as Craig dives into the deep end with some outrageous an…
 
On this week's episode, senior nursing student and President of the Student Nurses Association Haley Wright joins the show to talk about the upcoming 2022 Pancake Breakfast on April 2. Wright shares insight into her journey to Finlandia as an aspiring nursing major and what she loves about the Keweenaw!…
 
TOPICS: Fixing the teacher shortage crisis, a defense of Warren Harding, themes in the "Little House" series, and a creative arts alum from HillsdaleHost Scot Bertram talks with Dan Coupland, Dean of the Graduate School of Classical Education at Hillsdale College, about his recent essay with suggestions on how to fix the teacher shortage crisis. Hi…
 
Adam is a former Personal Trainer with nearly two decades of experience working in the fitness industry. In 2019, Adam co-founded Prevayl Sportswear with David Newns. Prevayl makes smart exercise clothing that provide the wearer/exerciser data on a wide range of health and fitness metrics. In this episode, we talk about the task of building the com…
 
Another hopeful Federal Independent joins the Betoota Advocate this week, as we zone in one one of the more exciting types of political campaign: The celebrity candidate. Former Wallabies flanker David Pocock joins Clancy and Errol to discuss his surprising bid to become one of the two Federal Senators from the ACT. The 33-year-old former Rugby Uni…
 
This week's episode dives into the Lake Effect Scholarship. Kat Hanson, enrollment counselor in Finlandia's Admissions Department, joins the show to talk about this new opportunity for incoming commuting and on-campus living students.The Lake Effect Scholarship is a needs-based scholarship that allows eligible commuting and on-campus living student…
 
TOPICS: A new online course on the Roman Republic, why American public education is failing, & what should be taught in journalism schoolsHost Scot Bertram talks with Ken Calvert, Professor of Ancient History at Hillsdale College, one of your teachers in the Colleges new online course, "The Rise and Fall of the Roman Republic". Luke Rosiak of The D…
 
On this episode join David Long and Special guest Rotten Tomato approved critic Amy Smith as they discuss and analyse the 75th BAFTA awards, The Critics Choice Awards and also touch upon the Best Director category for the 94th Academy Awards. The show begins on home turf as David and Amy discuss the BAFTA awards. They talk about the telecast itself…
 
Johnathan Phipps had a long professional rugby career, including spells playing abroad in New Zealand and Spain. He now works as a personal trainer, rugby coach and is currently a student of Osteopathy. Follow Johnathan: https://www.facebook.com/JPPTraisingthebar Website: www.jppthealth.com
 
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