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Our Goal’s to Help Change the World by Helping YOU to Shine Bright! Now one of the top self-help & spirituality shows in 185 countries w/a new inspirational, motivational, spiritual, Law of Attraction or health-oriented guest DAILY! Plus guided meditations! After overcoming 2 near-death accidents, Host Michael Sandler felt a calling to start a life-changing show to help you live the life of your dreams! Guests Include Dr, Joe Dispenza, Bob Proctor, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Pam Grout, Anthony ...
 
Frontline is a charity developing and building a movement of people who are bringing about social change to better the life chances of vulnerable children and families. We’ll be chatting to amazing people and brilliant organisations who share our goal to make a real difference to the lives of those who need it most. You’ll hear their stories, lessons learnt and, we hope, join the conversation as we take action for children and families.
 
ArtCenter College of Design’s bi-weekly podcast features intimate interviews with leading artists examining the ideas fueling their work and how the creative process can be a catalyst for change—personally, professionally and globally. Hosted by ArtCenter President, Lorne M. Buchman, these conversations examine the many ways in which artists and designers are enriching our lives. ArtCenter College of Design is a global leader in art and design education; and our mission statement—Learn to cr ...
 
“Story in the Public Square” is a year-round initiative to study and celebrate public storytelling. It features an annual conference, lectures, awards and student contests, as well as original scholarship about public storytelling and how those stories can affect the public debate. Story in the Public Square is a partnership between the Pell Center and The Providence Journal, and is directed by visiting fellow G. Wayne Miller with Pell Center executive director Jim Ludes.
 
My Friend Luis is the celebration of an extraordinary life and an unlikely friendship that developed between a law-and-order Republican and an undocumented immigrant living in California. Born into abuse and poverty in Mexico, Luis tries to survive through insurmountable odds. Through a series of freakish encounters, Luis navigates a pathway beyond his circumstances with an undeniable hunger to make a better life for himself than he knew as a child. As the son of a Sun Maid raisin-grower in ...
 
Messages aimed at making a difference in your life, Encouraging, Uplifting, and Spiritual! Similar in teaching to Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Billy Graham, Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Carl Lentz, Brian Houston, Rick Warren, Jack Hayford, Ed Young, Tim Keller, Warren Wiersbe, Charles Swindoll, Stephen Furtick, Craig Groeschel, Wayne Cordeiro. Influenced by churches like North Point, Elevate, LifeChurch.tv, Biblical teaching, Jesus, Savior, Love,
 
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.
 
The original true crime review podcast that looks at other podcasts, TV, and pop culture. True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.' Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @cri ...
 
The Journey to Legacy podcast (formerly Work Grind Hustle) is a transparent look into the crazy world of entrepreneurship and what it truly takes to leave a legacy in this world. Join us twice per week as we take a deep dive into the adventures & stories of entrepreneurs and how they're ceasing the endless opportunities that life throws at them! Tune in as Wayne Veldsman, interviews entrepreneurs from around the world and tells stories around the most up to date tips and tricks that are unco ...
 
The Innovators podcast, a product of Harris Search Associates, features interesting conversations with global thought leaders in the areas of higher education and research, engineering, technology, and the health sciences and provides our listeners an opportunity to benefit from lessons learned from the national leaders changing the landscape of innovation and discovery.
 
Sometimes, a single moment can change a person’s entire life. Like when documentary filmmaker Ken Burns saw his father cry for the first time, or when Sal Khan, a hedge fund analyst, decided to tackle the impossible and educate people around the globe. Host Alicia Burke talks to doers like Ken Burns, Arianna Huffington and Sal Khan about the powerful moments that inspired them to make an impact.
 
EX is a weekly discussion and social commentary through the medium of the entertainment industry using topics like movies, tv shows, sports, culture and social activism, to create a community aspiring to change the world. Join David, Wayne, Zeb, and guests each week as they break down the how and why behind the entertainment community. Follow them on Twitter and Instagram @ ent_exchange. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ex/support
 
This podcast allows runners to connect and envision what they could become. Everyone starts somewhere but it’s how you move forward that determines which path you’ll take. For some, running is just exercise, however we believe it is much more than that: it’s mental, physical and in some cases even spiritual. Our guests are inspiring in terms of their accomplishments but they put one foot in front of the other just like everyone else.
 
With more than 25 years thinking about sport for a living, Wayne Goldsmith has a few more thoughts on Sport than most people. He's worked with Olympic Gold medalists, Premiership Winning Teams, Highly Successful Coaches and traveled the world for more than a quarter of a century thinking and talking about sport. Whether it's coaching coaches in the USA, educating sporting parents in the UK, inspiring athletes in Australia or speaking at a sporting conference in New Zealand, Wayne's Sports Th ...
 
Tom Rowland of Saltwater Experience Television finds interesting stories in Fishing, Hunting, Fitness and the Outdoors and brings them to you in ultra high-quality audio. Unhurried conversations with icons, up and comers and people doing amazing things outside. Text "PODCAST" to (305) 930-7346 to contact Tom directly with questions or show suggestions.
 
The Saving With Steve Show, hosted by best-selling author, financial trendsetter, and renowned personal finance consultant Steve Sexton, will explore the ins and outs of money and help you to make informed financial decisions that support the goals and objectives most important to you. In addition to talking about financial issues that could be costing you thousands of dollars and keeping you up at night, Steve shares tips and strategies for tax reduction, saving, how to spend less and get m ...
 
Think The Joe Rogan experience but talking football. A weekly light hearted look at the football landscape with the occasional guest thrown in too. Talking shit about the beautiful game Go follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @atouchlinerant and go subscribe to our YouTube channel- A Touchline Rant Podcast. We’ve been good, you’ve been great but football has been the greatest “The best podcast I’ve ever heard” - Sepp Blatter “A wonderful walk through the world of football” - Andy G ...
 
#DaRundown South Podcast is where the 3 trains of sports, entertainment, and culture are on track and meet in Terminus. Based in Atlanta, GA, #DaRundown South's CL kicks it with some of the most interesting creators on the internet. Get to know some of your favorite artists, producers, podcasters, bloggers, YouTubers, and more. We also break down trending topics, in music, movies, TV, NBA, and NFL. Don't expect a hot take show. We take topics and really explore the nitty-gritty and the big p ...
 
Concussions are invisible and so is post-concussion syndrome. The Post Concussion Podcast digs down into the realities of living with concussions and what it’s like when things don’t go back to normal. Get the truth about what it’s like to be around someone with a concussion and what it’s like to have one. Not just for individuals with concussions but for parents, friends, siblings, coaches, and everyone else who wants to understand more. Join your host Bella Paige an athlete, daughter, sist ...
 
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In this special episode of "Movies That Changed My Life", IMDb Producer Lizzie Bassett turns the tables on Ian de Borja to find out what are the three movies that changed his life. Hosted by Ian de Borja Find additional content about Movies That Changed My Life at IMDb.com/podcasts. Follow IMDb on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube…
 
For this week’s How 2 Tuesday I had Nick Davis of 239 Flies on the podcast to talk about adding a weed guard to your fly. This can be a life saver if you are in a situation with heavy cover or lots of grass. Nick walks us step-by-step on how to add this weed guard to a fly. If you are listening, we also have a video version of this podcast availabl…
 
In the wake of the CDC’s ruling that fully vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear masks in public, businesses are still adjusting to what this rule means moving forward. On the program, we analyze how firms and consumers are reacting to the latest ruling with Boom Bust’s Ben Swann and Jeffrey Tucker, author of ‘Liberty or Lockdown’. Plus, a …
 
The CDC says fully vaccinated Americans don’t need to wear masks. A UN Security Council meeting made no progress on resolving the Israeli-Palestinian situation, and IDF warplanes began attacking Gaza again as the conflict moved into its second week. A man in Mississippi will continue to serve out a life sentence handed down to him for marijuana pos…
 
In this episode, we are talking to Mark Krotov, the publisher and co-editor of n + 1, a magazine of politics, essays and fiction described once: “like The Paris Review, but not dead” (Keith Gessen, co-founder). Mark was born in Moscow and left Russia for Atlanta at the age of six. He graduated from Columbia in 2008. Before joining n + 1, he used to…
 
This episode will be the first of a four-part series featuring the winners and honorable mentions of the 2021 Book Awards for the Association of Asian American Studies. Since 1987, the book awards at the annual Asian American Studies Association conference (or AAAS) has given valuable attention onto the works in Asian American Studies that have bee…
 
Listen to this interview of Ken Hyland, Professor of Applied Linguistics in Education at the University of East Anglia, UK. We talked about his book Second Language Writing (Cambridge UP, 2019), the importance of reflection to teaching, and about the importance of teaching to research, and about the importance of research to reflection. Interviewer…
 
Acclaimed songwriter Linda Perry sits down with Dennis Miller to talk about her impressive career, including the self-esteem anthem 'Beautiful' she wrote for Christina Aguilera. She also discusses why her latest career moves, writing scores for documentaries, is her favorite one so far.By RT
 
No shirt, no shoes, no vaccine – no service. That's the future critics of "vaccine passports" fear as Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 can safely live more normal lives, including spending time in most indoor settings without a mask. The notion that a "passport" could separate the vaccinated from the unvaccinated has sparked fears of a dystopi…
 
Virgin Australia’s chief executive has likened COVID-19 to the flu and says she wants the international border to reopen soon even if it unfortunately means “some people may die” from the virus. Federal budget papers last week indicated Australia would not reopen until mid-next year, but airline boss Jayne Hrdlicka said if vaccination levels were h…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is promising her Government will not be "turning off the tap" to migrant workers but says a rebalancing of New Zealand's long-term net migration settings "is required". She is also fending off criticism from industry players that her Government's policy on immigration is too confusing. "What we are saying is we have ha…
 
WSL Founder Ian Cairns talks about starting the ASP and building what would become the Championship Tour. He looks back at the early days of the tour, their crazy dream, patching it together “with chewing gum and masking tape,” the widespread growth of surfing worldwide, and wanting to end the tour in Australia. He describes living in Western Austr…
 
A discount debacle at 70 North Island supermarkets has left some shoppers unhappy. Foodstuffs confirmed a technical issue at Pak'nSave, New World and Four Square stores meant about a quarter of special prices didn't register at checkouts yesterday. A Commerce Commission spokesperson says shoppers should be able to trust the price on the shelf, is w…
 
A pair of stoats are eluding trappers on Motutapu Island, which is meant to be a pest-free sanctuary. The island's had four stoat invasions in one year, after first being detected on Motutapu and Rangitoto islands in May 2020. Two stoats have been caught.The Department of Conservation and Ngāi Tai ki Tāmaki are working hard to trap two remaining st…
 
The Director General of Health agrees there's plenty to be nervous about around the Covid-19 vaccine rollout. An audit of the Ministry of Health programme says it has a high-level plan, but there's still a lot of work to do. The Auditor-General isn't yet confident all the pieces will fall into place before things change up a gear for delivery to th…
 
Thousands of Kia Sportages in New Zealand could be recalled over fears engines could catch fire. Just recently, more than 57,000 Kia vehicles in Australia were recalled over a potential electric fault that could lead to the vehicles catching fire, even with the engine turned off. After being made aware of this recall, Kia New Zealand has announced …
 
A computer science expert hopes Waikato DHB's cyber security woes are fixed by tomorrow. The District Health Board's IT service is down after a major cyber incident, affecting all clinical services and forcing patient appointments to be cancelled. AUT professor, Dave Parry, told Heather du Plessis-Allan it appears to be a ransomware attack. “What t…
 
I’ve got to be honest about this proposed Silver Lake deal with NZ Rugby: I’m a little bit surprised to learn that the rugby players aren’t quite the greedy jerks we’d been led to believe. Now this might not be news to you, but for some reason I didn’t realise this until I heard it on the radio this morning, but did you realise that NZR is asking t…
 
Jeff and Justin look at the great matchup between the Lightning and the Panthers, Tampa Bay’s “cap circumvention” with Nikita Kucherov, and Jonathan Huberdeau’s rise to stardom. NBC’s Keith Jones stops by to discuss Pittsburgh’s goaltending issues, the play of Kyle Palmieri with the Islanders, and which other series has his interest. The views and …
 
Callimachus may be the best-kept secret in all of ancient poetry. Loved and admired by later Romans and Greeks, his funny, sexy, generous, thoughtful, learned, sometimes elaborate, and always articulate lyric poems, hymns, epigrams, and short stories in verse have gone without a contemporary poetic champion, until now. In After Callimachus (Princet…
 
The Erez Series is comprised of the Concise Guides to the full gamut of Jewish thought, from the Torah to modern halakha (Jewish law) and Mahshava (Jewish philosophy). The late Rabbi Adin Even Israel Steinsaltz zt"l was one of the leading thinkers of the modern age and the most prolific author of Jewish thought and commentary since the middle ages.…
 
It was founded on a curriculum of hard work, discipline, and emotional counseling for out-of-control adolescents. The iHeartRadio podcast “Camp Hell: Anneewakee” explores the sordid history of the Anneewakee Treatment Center, sold to parents as a solution for their children's problems, but was actually a breeding ground for sexual abuse. FOR OUR SP…
 
It appears the writing is on the wall for Judith Collins' leadership. Newshub's latest Reid Research Poll has the National leader on 5.6 per cent support in the preferred Prime Minister stakes -- down 12.8. Jacinda Ardern is on 48.1 per cent, and even Sir John Key - who's long since left politics - polled higher. However, Collins says those numbers…
 
Travelers in England were packing their bags, bartenders were polishing their glasses and performers were warming up as Britain prepared Sunday for a major step out of lockdown — but with clouds of worry on the horizon. Excitement at the reopening of travel and hospitality vied with anxiety that a more contagious virus variant first found in India …
 
Three Hawera police officers are being accused of negligence in the care of a man who died in custody. They are on trial at the High Court in New Plymouth, after Allen Ball was found dead in a cell in 2019. The 55-year-old was intoxicated when arrested, and fell asleep in the police car. The Crown alleges the officers' negligence was a causal facto…
 
Record volumes of gold have been moved to New Zealand in the past year. International investors have been flying in their nuggets of gold and storing them in vaults here. Customs figures reveal $242 million in gold was imported to New Zealand in the past 12 months. Managing director at NZ Gold Merchants Tony Coleman told Heather du Plessis-Allan it…
 
The country's immigration "reset" wants to reduce the economy's reliance on low-wage migrants. Economic Development Minister Stuart Nash laid out the Government's immigration policy intentions in a speech this evening. It includes making it harder for employers to take on workers from overseas, other than in areas of genuine skills shortages. Deput…
 
A Wellington axe-throwing company has taken aim at getting a liquor licence. Sweet Axe Throwing has applied to Wellington City Council's Licensing Committee for an on-premises licence, claiming it won't make things dangerous. The conditions of the licence would see customers limited to two drinks each over a two-hour axe-throwing session, with any …
 
One of our major banks believes a new home loan will help housing supply issues. ASB's offering a 1.79-percent variable interest rate for customers building a new home from scratch or purchasing a home and land package. It will use funds available under the Reserve Bank’s Funding for Lending Programme. The bank's Craig Sims hopes the interest rate …
 
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to the lead scientist in the Oxford team that created the AstraZeneca vaccine, Dr. Adrian Hill. He discusses the process of the development of the vaccine, early hypotheses that existing vaccines such as the polio vaccine could help fight coronavirus and why these claims were not accurate, the Indian v…
 
You would think that the sixth largest economy in the world would be able to organise itself to provide decent school meals for its children, but alas… the UK has faltered. It’s astonishing that the Manchester United number 10 has done more for hungry schoolchildren than the occupant of Number 10. The former knows all about childhood hunger; the la…
 
Samoa's apparent election result is being described as historic. The Samoa Observer says the Fast party has won April's election, over the incumbent Human Rights Protection Party. Its Supreme Court has overruled the electoral office appointing an extra member of Parliament to the existing Government. It ends a month-long period of uncertainty. Samo…
 
This is no longer a debate, is it? National’s race-based campaign isn’t working. Not only is it not giving national a bump in the polls - the party’s still sitting at 27 percent in the latest Newshub-Reid Research poll – but it actually seems to be repelling voters. Asked if National is being divisive, 44.5 percent said yes. Only 23.5 percent said …
 
A Christchurch City councillor has rejected the idea of councillors being given special mental health support. It comes after Wellington City councillor Simon Woolf called for a organisation to give counselling to city council members. He said the job was high pressure and opened up about his struggles with mental health. But Aaron Keown told Heath…
 
Australia will likely begin a “slow methodical and safe opening” of its international borders in the first half of 2022, Nick Coatsworth says. His comments come as a new opinion poll shows an overwhelming majority of people are supportive of the international border remaining closed. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is facing renewed calls for the bor…
 
If you’ve ever wanted to reinvent your life, then do we have the Great Positive Change show for you. Today we’ll talk about making great change, surfing the waves of change, and how to get in a state of change with total grace and ease. Plus we’ll talk about following the flow line, trips to Kansas, returning to Earth, heart opening and college gra…
 
Chris Hedges discusses the disputes between the Palestinians and Israelis with Palestinian political activist Dr. Sami Al-Arian.Hedges argues that nearly all the words and phrases used by the Democrats, Republicans, and the talking heads in the media to describe the unrest inside Israel and the heaviest Israeli assault against the Palestinians sinc…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted a lot of soul-searching on both a personal and national level, dispelling old wisdoms and repositing eternal questions. And key among them is what kind of social, economic and political order or orders are most conducive to the well-being of the people living under them? Or what does well-being even mean in this d…
 
Last week was painted as a disaster for the Labour Party, though not quite as much as it would’ve been if Jeremy Corbyn had still been in charge. The loss of the Hartlepool by-election was particularly emblematic, apparently signifying the collapse of the Red Wall. But all was not what it seemed; in Bristol, and Kent, even in Surrey, the London may…
 
We speak to Palestine’s ambassador to the UK, Husam Zomlot. He discusses the importance of Nakba Day, where 750,000 Palestinians were violently displaced as Israel was created, the link between Nakba Day and Sheikh Jarrah, the arguable failure of the Palestinian Authority to protect Palestinians from Israeli airstrikes and occupation, the growing u…
 
One of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges is reportedly under investigation by the US Justice Department and the IRS. Plus, as the vaccination drive continues into the summer, we take a look at the state of global travel. And as the US economy continues to take steps to fully reopen after tackling the Covid-19 pandemic, employers are find…
 
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