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Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
 
Nace en Cooltura FM (la radio cultural privada de Catalunya) un nuevo espacio denominado CRIT! Live Sessions dedicado a las sesiones mensuales que se celebran en el Deposito Legal de Hospitalet de LLobregat. 60 minutos donde podrás escuchar cada semana lo mejor de la escena indie rock local e internacional a cargo de los djs Hal9000, Legoteque, Viktor Ollé y Nacho Ruiz. CRIT! (Club de Rock Independiente). Todos los martes a las 23: 00h y los sábados a la 01: 00h. Los diales de Cooltura FM so ...
 
Jordon Wood Podcast Tech House - Techno Contact - Booking : jordonwood@hotmail.com Leeds born dj living in southern spain, having always had a passion for music & radio he was first introduced to djing at the age of 14 on various internet & fm based radio stations. Has playing in and organizing Techno & House Music events in many venues in southern spain such as Dasava Club and playing alongside artists such as Goncalo, Carlos Ruiz & Pedro Panona
 
Lumina Intelligence's Sustainable Food & Drink Podcast asks how food and agriculture can achieve impact against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with a focus on cocoa, coffee, tea and palm.The podcast, hosted by Lumina sustainability analyst Oliver Nieburg, is intended to help industry, governments, researchers and NGOs drive sustainable development in the food & drink sector.
 
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Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio? Our podcast turns its lonely ears to you. Woo-woo-ooo The Graduate is a story about the ennuied Benjamin Braddock, the provocative Mrs. Robinson, and the affair they embark upon that upends their lives. The iconic 1967 film adaptation is perhaps more famous than Webb's book, but the novel does contain all of the c…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr Jame C. Hill about the importance of learning about our own family health history during the holidays.Dr James C. Hill is An internist is a physician who focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the adult population—both acute and chronic.These doctors are often who adults see as their primary…
 
This Pulitzer Prize-winning play is about two brothers, Lincoln and Booth, and the elaborate con that is their shared history. Tune in for a conversation about Suzan-Lori Parks' place in American theater, some patter from the street game three-card monte, and the open question that haunts your hosts: who is top dog of Overdue? Our theme music was c…
 
Is Chrestomanci a type of magic? A government office? A person? Find out in the first of Diana Wynne Jones' Chrestomanci novels. Join us for a discussion of the nine-lived Cat and his sister Gwendolyn, magical pranks, and mystical multiverses. Looking for more DWJ? Check out Ep 201 - Howl's Moving Castle. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerang…
 
In this episode we learn from nurse Selamawit Unger about her Role as community connector during this COVID-19 pandemic with Rochester Healthy Community Partnership(RHCP)https://rochesterhealthy.org/ and also we get inside of her work as Remote Patient monitoring nurse. She also share the importance of getting the Influenza vaccine and the concept …
 
Matt Ruff's 2016 novel about two Black families fighting the forces of evil riffs on Lovecraftian fiction by focusing in on the cosmic horror that is America's racist past, present, and future. We dive into each of the interconnected stories and spend some time comparing the overall vibe to that of HBO's recent TV adaptation. Our theme music was co…
 
Geralt of Rivia is a witcher, which means he travels the realm witching. What does that mean exactly? It's a little unclear! But Sapkowksi's protagonist and the world he inhabits have proven popular enough to warrant several novels, videogames, and screen adaptations. Toss a coin to your podcast, why don'tcha? For more on voting in the 2020 electio…
 
If you wanted more of your books to be metatextual pseudo-screenplays then Demon Theory is for you! If you do not want your books to be that, however, Demon Theory may not be for you. For more on voting in the 2020 election here in the United States, head to votesaveamerica.com. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.…
 
The Opera's alive with the sound of music! It's time to dive into the serialized story-slash-novel that spawned one of the most successful musicals of all time. (The one by Andrew Lloyd Webber, maybe you've heard of it?) It's pretty different, it seems? For more on voting in the 2020 election here in the United States, head to votesaveamerica.com. …
 
This week we choose to travel to Mother Russia to make jingoistic jokes and hang out with Rasputin, every 90s kid's favorite historical figure! Not sure what's going on with the voices in this one. For more on voting in the 2020 election here in the United States, head to votesaveamerica.com. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.…
 
Welcome to Spooktober 2020! What's scarier than a story about a teenage girl who falls in with a family of vampires? 160 more pages than the original story and it's all from the sad vampire boy's perspective! Meyer's companion novel to the original Twilight reminds us what we did and didn't like about the series, as well as fleshes out a bit of the…
 
Welcome to another episode of Genie Babies, a magic carpet ride of a podcast from the boys here at Overdue! On this show-within-a-show, we're reading Husain Haddawy's translation of Muhsin Mahdi's manuscript of The Thousand and One Nights (also known by its westernized title, The Arabian Nights). Some Patreon supporters get these episodes monthly, …
 
En este episodio Maria nos comparte su experiencia que vivió ella y su marido cuando dieron positivo con el #COVID19 y como les afecto en lo emocional.información Localhttps://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=es&u=https://www.co.olmsted.mn.us/news/Pages/Emergency-Declaration,-Press-Conference,-and-Facility-and-Service-Closures-.aspx…
 
Dr. Monica Taylor-Desir is a psychiatrist that has served American Indian Communities for the past fourteen years and passionately advocated for the mental health care of her patients.After completing her psychiatry residency and community psychiatry/public health fellowship at Emory University Dr. Taylor-Desir started her career as a National Heal…
 
This week we answer the question on everyone's minds: why, the last man? This mid-2000s graphic novel imagines a world without men, a specific kind of apocalypse with a different flavor from The Leftovers or other "what if X suddenly disappeared from Earth forever" fiction. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.…
 
C Pam Zhang's Booker Prize-listed debut novel focuses on a family of Chinese immigrants working coal mines, panning streams, and laying railroads in the American West. Her characters, myth-making, and lyrical style work to correct the historical record with specificity and humanity. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.…
 
Michael Chabon's 2007 alternate history novel is a murder mystery featuring a hard-boiled detective, though neither the detective nor the murder mystery are the most memorable parts of it. The alternate history part, along with Chabon's prose, are enough to make up for whatever other shortcomings the novel might have. Our theme music was composed b…
 
What if all we knew about alien culture was their garbage? Or is it their garbage? The Strugatsky brothers' most famous novel is about a world where stalkers crawl through hazardous Zones for precious artifacts. Also it's about hope, bureaucracy, and our relationship to the unknown. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis.…
 
We just couldn't resist another trip to Panem! This origin story for the trilogy's primary villain, Coriolanus Snow, takes us all the way back to the 10th Annual Hunger Games. Things are a little less flashy, but no less deadly. Struggle along with us through the hunger, through the games, and through the limits of fiction told through the antagoni…
 
Lauren Oliver's first novel is about a teenage girl forced to relive the last day of her life over and over again. What can she change? What should she change? And how will she change? Find out the answers to those questions and more (namely, how all time loop fiction is beholden to the 1993 film Groundhog Day) in this week's episode. Our theme mus…
 
En este episodio el Dr Carlos Alberto Arango V Director de Servicios Ambulatorios del Hospital Universitario San Ignacio en Bogota Colombia nos cuenta como lidio la batalla contra el #COVID19 cuales son las implicaciones que conlleva contraer el virus y como afecta a todas aquellas personas con las que convivimos y el porque es tan importante el us…
 
Welcome to Genie Babies, a magic carpet ride of a podcast from the boys here at Overdue! On our newest show-within-a-show, we're reading Husain Haddawy's translation of Muhsin Mahdi's manuscript of The Thousand and One Nights (also known by its westernized title, The Arabian Nights). Some Patreon supporters get these episodes monthly, but every two…
 
Everything happens for a reason in James McBride's new novel. It's September of 1969 and a doddering Brooklyn deacon just shot the neighborhood's top drug dealer. The events set in motion touch every member of the community - from its 102-year-old founder to the fire ants in the boiler room - and help them build a future as the world changes around…
 
Can our podcast truly capture the depth of a renowned Brazilian novelist's final work? This question mirrors one asked by the narrator of The Hour of the Star, whose attempts to portray a young woman's pitiable existence are hindered by his fears that he will never do her story justice. Also, Craig talks into a sock. Our theme music was composed by…
 
Ester Ruiz, PhD, PMHNP-BC comenzó su carrera en la Universidad Estatal de Arizona, Colegio de Enfermería e Innovación en Salud (CONHI) en 1981 como profesora adjunta, luego como Directora de Servicios Estudiantiles, Asesora de Estudiantes Minoritarios, Profesora Asistente y Profesora hasta su jubilación en 2010. Durante muchos años, fue una de las …
 
The Games may have ended, but we're still hungry! We travel back to Panem for the close of Collins' trilogy about Katniss, Peeta, and revolution. It's time to talk (a)political messages, rickety love triangles, the limits of a hero's POV. If you aren't caught up on our Hunger Games journey, go give Episode 400 or Episode 410 a listen! Our theme mus…
 
Ester Ruiz, PhD, PMHNP-BC began her career at Arizona State University, College of Nursing & Health Innovation (CONHI) in 1981 as adjunct faculty, then as Director of Student Services, Minority Student Advisor, Assistant Professor and as Professor until her retirement in 2010. For many years, she was only one of a few Hispanic nurses in the western…
 
Craig loves dinosaurs, so Andrew let him talk for an hour about Steve Brusatte's recent book for dino devotees. Time to talk T-Rexes, Sauropods, and graphic depictions of the end of the world with our live Patreon chat. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Special thanks to the Patreon supporters who joined us in the live chat. For more i…
 
Join me in welcoming multi-awarded entrepreneur Reese Fernandez-Ruiz of Rags2Riches for Episode 50!!! Reese is the co-founder and President of one of the best and longest-running social enterprises in the Philippines. I first met Reese when my brother and I guest-enrolled in Ateneo for a Social Entrepreneurship course taught by Harvey Keh. And for …
 
To say that my guest for this episode and I go way back is an understatement as Crystal Lee Gonzales and I were actually blockmates during our first year in UA&P. It's been great to see her successes in her career and especially with this new venture that she's launching this month called Pick.A.Roo, the premium all-in-one delivery app! When we rec…
 
Carlos Araneta is no doubt a familiar voice for many. Not only is he one of the fast-rising anchors of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA), he is also an events host AND a podcaster as one of 3 hosts of From The Stands, a popular basketball-centric podcast. He also recently launched a brand new podcast focusing on parenting called The Dad B…
 
Being a wedding planner is one of the most selfless careers or business that one can get into. Your success, fulfillment and happiness literally hinges on the success and happiness of your couples on their once-in-a-lifetime special day. And if you know Christine Ong Te, or Achi Pooh, as she is widely known by everyone, then her success and longevi…
 
Noted symbologist Robert Langdon has to "solve" a "mystery" that "references" Dante's Inferno! Let's see if he can crack the clues before the whole world succumbs to a transhumanist disease (yes, that's a real sentence that makes real sense.) For context, this was originally released in late May for some of our Patreon supporters. *** As we say in …
 
At a time like this, it's natural to struggle more than usual when it comes to dealing with problems. But if you have a goal that you're still working on reaching, you'll need to listen to this simple mindset shift to help get you back on track. If this helps you, do let me know by reaching out to me on IG! For more about the podcast, check out the…
 
Extremely pumped to share this episode with the legend himself, Alvin Aguilar - President and founder of the URCC, founder and head coach of DEFTAC Ribeiro Jiu-jitsu Philippines, and currently serving as the President of the Wrestling Association of the Philippines. Known for being the first home-grown Filipino Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Black Belt, Alvin…
 
My next guest, Albert Ao, is not only a childhood friend, but is actually also a cousin of mine (our grandmas were sisters) so we spent a lot of time together growing up, whether in family gatherings and in school. Fun fact: we started off in the same school but he transferred early in grade school, but I later transferred to that other school for …
 
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