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As India navigates its way through the 21st-century, it confronts crucial challenges. Tune into India Speak, the podcast by the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), as experts shed light on some of the most important issues of our times and how India can address them. These issues include politics, climate change, governance, foreign policy, technology, state capacity, urbanisation, land rights, sanitation, economy and more.
 
Purplish is CPR News' weekly podcast about state politics, state government, Colorado policy, and political identity. This season the show is hosted by public affairs reporters Bente Birkeland and Andrew Kenney. Each week of the legislative session, they'll break down the latest developments at the capitol, offer an engaging guide to the most significant policies up for debate, and dive deep into the bigger picture of what it all means for our not-red, not-blue, still pretty purple state.
 
Tahoe is a jewel in the Sierra Nevada, but climate change threatens to transform the region by the century’s end. CapRadio’s Ezra David Romero explores this petri dish for scientific research to see how Tahoe can help us confront the global climate crisis.
 
A Big Heart is a podcast about living with heart disease. When Mike Papale was 17 years old he was seemingly healthy and being recruited to play basketball in college. On August 24, 2006, while working at a basketball camp, Mike slumped over and went into sudden cardiac arrest. There was no AED on site and doctors have said his chances of survival were one in a million. He was later diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM). Mike is currently the President & CEO of In A Heartbeat, a n ...
 
The Great Composers dives deep into the lives behind some of the greatest music ever written. Host Karla Walker and conductor Scott O'Neil look at the world through the eyes of these gifted artists. Learn about obstacles they overcame, and their loves, losses, successes and failures. You'll feel you know Mozart, Rachmaninov and others as friends.
 
The PR Future podcast from the USC Center for Public Relations (CPR) shares the latest trends and provides insight into the future of public relations and strategic communication. Produced at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and hosted by CPR Director and Golin Chairman Emeritus Fred Cook, #PRFuture features discussions with communication executives, academics, students and more as part of our mission to define the future of our industry and to develop those who will ...
 
What began as a short expose on Joe Ryde, renowned 80s electric spoon player, for the CPR (Canadian Public Radio) unexpectedly transformed into something more epic than the wildest rock tour imaginable. Join Noel Nelson as he digs into Joe’s electrifying life and career in the new podcast, Cast Aside - The Resurrection of Joe Ryde.
 
Babies can eat so many more foods than we give them credit for! Katie Ferraro, Registered Dietitian, baby-led weaning expert and mom of 7 helps you get a SAFE start to solid foods using baby-led weaning. Baby-led weaning helps your baby become an independent eater & prevents picky eating. Join Katie for easy-to-implement infant feeding tips and tricks that will build confidence in your baby’s ability to safely start solid food and self-feed!
 
This series looks at common myths and misconceptions around raising a healthy family. Google has become our go-to for all the questions of daily life, but wading through forums for answers can be a real pain. To help sort fact from fiction is host Sarah Hunstead from CPR Kids. She's a paediatric emergency nurse, author and passionate advocate for child safety and children’s health issues. Host and research: Sarah Hunstead Producer: Chloe MacKenzie Executive Producer: Tim Ritchie
 
DISSONANCE is a biweekly music and talk show on community station Radio CPR 101.7 FM in Washington, DC, focusing on the underground music world in the nation's capital and beyond. Each episode features a different guest DJ and interview subject from the punk or artistic community. Previous guests include members of the Bad Brains, Minor Threat, Fugazi, Government Issue, Bratmobile, Q and not U, The Dismemberment Plan, Black Market Baby, Darkest Hour, Damnation A.D., Scream, Gray Matter, Nati ...
 
Your weekly California news podcast. We’ll help you make sense of the biggest events happening in one of the largest economies in the world. Because decisions and actions here reverberate throughout the nation. Join hosts Elizabeth Aguilera and Nicole Nixon as they examine “The California Experience” through the lens of policy and politics. Featuring top California reporters and guests who represent the diverse views in the state, we’ll explore the environment, housing, jobs, justice, and mo ...
 
For the latest and greatest in medicine, tune into PRN Health's radio network. With the success of Doctors Need to Know, CPR series and The AMWA Hour, join us as we expand our network to wPRN: Women Physicians Radio Network. If you want to hear about all the top news, topics and concerns affecting women in medicine, don't miss this launch of wPRN! Be the first to know! Join us for an evening chat on work, life and sisterhood! Tune in every Wednesday evening with the leading ladies of health. ...
 
The heart is the seat of the basis of decision making…emotion plus intellect. But for it to function properly it needs to be alive and responsive. The worst effect of the modern lifestyle is the hardening of the heart, eventually resulting in its spiritual death. That’s the reason that we need to continually remind ourselves about the reality of this life, that one day it will end and we will all be called to account before Allahﷻ‎. This reminder is what Rasoolullahﷺ referred to when he said ...
 
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Unlike last year during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the second wave witnessed the virus making inroads into rural areas of India as well. To discuss this and more, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks to Abhijit Chowdhury (Chief Advisor, Liver Foundation, West Bengal) in this episode of India Speak. Chowdhury discus…
 
#132: What can you do to get ready for starting solid foods before your baby is ready? Take an infant refresher CPR course. Getting your infant CPR skills up to snuff is incredibly important when preparing to start solid foods and baby-led weaning. Choking is a very rare - but real - risk, and knowing CPR can save your baby’s life. In this episode …
 
From its initial poetry gathering in the Sierra to its annual series of writers’ workshops, the Community of Writers celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2021. Instructors and attendees are inspired by the magic of the Olympic Valley. They share insights about their craft. They listen to each others’ stories. They exchange wisdom about the publishing…
 
The national spotlight on missing and murdered Indigenous Women is growing, via a grassroots effort to build community support and prevent violence. Then, the Western Conservative Summit returns to Denver this weekend. And, mixed messages for the new owners of the Gunnison Country Times. Plus, a Ride the Rockies bicyclist returns after a horrific a…
 
Northern California is experiencing extreme heat just days before the first official day of summer; we learn more about how long the high temperatures will last and how to protect yourself. An official with the Sacramento International Airport also walks us through what the rules are when flying following the state’s reopening. Plus, CapRadio kicks…
 
#136 Early introduction of peanut protein for babies helps prevent against peanut allergy. But how do you do safely introduce peanut if thick globs of peanut butter are a choking hazard for babies? Greg Murphy, serial entrepreneur and food allergy dad is the founder and President of Puffworks, a company he started when he decided he wanted to impro…
 
We answer a Colorado Wonders question asking why there seem to be fewer pollinators like bees and butterflies this spring. Then, one community tries to go all electric to fight climate change. And, we explore the lost history of Irish miners in Leadville and the effort to make sure they're no longer forgotten.…
 
While COVID-19 vaccinations are top of mind for many some 15 months into the pandemic, routine vaccination rates for kids have gone down since the country first went into lockdown; we learn why this could be concerning with an infectious disease specialist. Inflation is also at 5%, and we discuss what this means and if a comparison to the Great Rec…
 
NOTE: This interview contains discussions about sexual assault. The annual arrival of houseguests was a horrifying event for Grace Talusan, who, as a child, was regularly assaulted by one of the visitors. Her memoir “The Body Papers” takes readers into the dark times of her youth, only some of which she can remember, as well as loving times she sha…
 
A first-of-its-kind designation will help preserve the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and make conservation more inclusive. Then, what wolf pups mean for reintroduction plans in Colorado. Also, understanding new resources to address behavioral health issues in the state.
 
The use of tranexamic acid (TXA) has expanded with growing evidence in its use for a variety of clinical situations. However, not all evidence is created equal and not all applications show benefit. In this blog and podcast we discuss the various uses of TXA and the surrounding evidence.
 
In this month's EM Quick Hits podcast: Anand Swaminathan on vasopressor failure, Brit Long and Michael Gottlieb on aspleic considerations, Sarah Reid on a bronchiolitis update and evolving patterns in the COVID era, Hans Rosenberg and Lindsay Cheskes on ICD electrical storm, Justin Morgenstern on night shift tips... The post EM Quick Hits 29 Vasopr…
 
CapRadio Reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan shares a live look at Sacramento on the morning of California’s official reopening. California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly also answers questions about the state’s reopening and plans going forward. Author Edward Slingerland discusses his new book “DRUNK: How we sipped, danced, and stumbled o…
 
Colorado braces for what could be another summer of wildfires. Then, in Denver, organizers want to make Juneteenth a national holiday to teach people about slavery. Denver has one of the largest Juneteenth events in the country. And, "Systemic,” a new podcast from CPR, tells the story of one man's fight to reform policing after his cousin was kille…
 
This year, June 19 will mark the 156th anniversary of Juneteenth, commemorating the day slavery was ended in Texas in 1865; we discuss the significance and how it highlights the dearth of Black history education in the U.S. A sociology professor at UCLA also walks us through the ins and outs of body shaming after a Florida high school altered yearb…
 
#135: Does my baby need a toddler milk or a toddler formula after turning 1? What if you’re worried about growth or brain development or immunity, do these products make toddlers healthier? The answer is no, you don’t need to be buying these formula products and I’m breaking down every reason why. In this episode we’re looking at toddler milks, the…
 
In this episode of Veggie Doctor Radio, I interview Dr. David Sabgir the cardiologist who founded Walk with a Doc and continues to inspire health and wellbeing in others. About featured guest: Dr. David Sabgir is a full-time cardiologist in Columbus, OH and the Founding CEO of Walk with a Doc, an international nonprofit with a mission to inspire co…
 
By Chris Nichols Some emails that Dr. Anthony Fauci sent during the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic have been released, leading to a new round of misleading posts on social media. PolitiFact California Reporter Chris Nichols joins CapRadio Anchor Randol White on this week’s Can You Handle The Truth segment. This interview has been edited f…
 
As Colorado marks a vaccination milestone, there's concern about a variant on the Western Slope. What does this mean for public health? Then, civil rights activist Elisabeth Epps reflects on a year of unrest, and points out there's a key difference between "abolishing police" and "abolishing policing." Plus, “The Gringa” is a Colorado Book Award fi…
 
California is preparing to re-open June 15th following the Covid-19 pandemic, but there’s still a lot of confusion about what that actually means for residents of the state. CalMatters’ Emily Hoeven joins Nicole and Nigel to talk about it. Also, as the deadline for passing a state budget approaches, California lawmakers are grappling with an unprec…
 
In Colorado, wildlife is part of the beauty of the place -- but there’s tension as urban areas grow. Then, the city of Fountain doesn’t have enough water. Plus, young climbers in the new film “Black Ice.” And, the state’s ambitious spending plans could be limited by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Also, Colorado’s newest International Dark Sky commu…
 
The State of Working India 2021 (https://bit.ly/3xc4W98) report by the Centre for Sustainable Employment (CSE) at the Azim Premji University finds that the pandemic has further increased informality and led to a severe decline in earnings for the majority of workers resulting in a sudden increase in poverty. In particular, the poor, women and young…
 
The confusion and frustration over California’s workplace masking and distancing protocols reached a new level at Cal/OSHA’s emergency meeting last night; we get the latest on the rules and when they may go into effect. Plus, as the state plans to reopen, the challenges still facing the Lake Tahoe area, including the employment crisis in nearby Ren…
 
#134 - Dry meats and breads can be a choking hazard...but adding sauces, dippers and toppers is an easy way to make these foods safer for baby-led weaning. I’m joined by Aileen Cox Blundell of @babyledfeeding who is sharing some super sauce ideas for BLW. The commercial sauces you buy at the store also tend to be too high in sodium for babies to ea…
 
Lawmakers passed hundreds of new laws this session, so what does that mean for Colorado moving forward? Then, newly appointed post office governor Amber McReynolds talks about restoring faith in the U.S. Postal Service. And, former University of Denver chancellor Rebecca Chopp shares her personal journey after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's.…
 
As temperatures continue to rise, we talk with the California Independent System Operator, which manages 80% of the state’s electricity, about how they’re preparing the power grid for heatwaves and possible blackouts. Plus, a look at what it will take to get California’s energy supply to be carbon-free by 2045 and new workplace guidelines from Cal/…
 
At the state’s busiest coroner’s office, Dr Leon Kelly identifies stressors that are killing people in his community. Then, prompted by the simple word “imagine,” students write about their feelings. And, memories of WWII internment camp Amache as it’s considered for designation as a national historic site. Plus, the founder of the Colorado Nationa…
 
UC Berkeley Political Science Professor Ron Hassner joins us from Tel Aviv to explain the latest developments surrounding the conflict between Israel and Palestinian territories. Woodland Memorial Hospital nurses show us their mobile vaccine clinic, reaching out to vulnerable populations unlikely or unable to access traditional vaccination sites. P…
 
A Denver group wants to replace a plaque in LoDo that they say inaccurately portrays the anti-Chinese riot of 1880. Plus, how a century-old flood shaped Pueblo. Also, Sarah Maslin Nir celebrates Black cowboys in her book "Horse Crazy." Then, the General Assembly tackles disability website access. And, examining Doug Lamborn's constituent relations.…
 
June is Pride Month, and for Sacramento, that usually means tens of thousands of people gathering for the annual Pride March and Festival. But the pandemic has canceled in-person events for the second year in a row, as the LGBTQ+ community continues to grapple with the fallout from COVID-19; we examine the issue, what it looks like in Sacramento, a…
 
#133: What’s the deal with dripping food? Dripping food is our control-freak way of regulating the pace of baby’s eating...and while it may seem harmless (and cleaner!) dripping can actually interfere with your baby’s ability to learn HOW to eat independently and to recognize and respond to their own hunger and fullness cues. In this episode we’re …
 
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