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Messages from lead pastor Bob Marvel and our teaching team at Cornwall Church in Bellingham, WA. New episodes available every Tuesday! Our vision is to glorify God by altering the spiritual landscape one life at a time through Jesus. For more information about Cornwall Church, please visit cornwallchurch.com
 
Hear ye, hear ye! This is Royally Obsessed, the podcast that discusses all things Royals! Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie both write about the Royals for PureWow and, each week, they discuss the latest news coming out of Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and beyond. Follow the show on Instagram @RoyallyObsessedPodcast and like our Facebook group, Royally Obsessed.
 
Classic lit with a modern tone, every other week. From the creators of Myths and Legends, comes an altogether same-but-different podcast set in the world of classic lit. These are the stories of Dracula, The Time Machine, The Three Musketeers. They're stories written by Jane Austen, Shakespeare, and H.P. Lovecraft, but with a casual, modern tone. Listen as Jason and Carissa Weiser breathe new life into the classics and tell the stories of some of the greatest books ever written.
 
Alternative Stories and Fake Realities is a podcast designed to promote new and original audio drama, poetry and writing from across the English speaking world. Working with themes we will produce high quality content aimed at providing new perspectives on existing stories and ideas as we bring fresh and original writing into the world. We will use actors and writers from the United Kingdom and North America to offer a trans-Atlantic feel to our work. Content will be added when ready rather ...
 
Amateur Traveler is an award winning audio travel show that focuses primarily on the question: "where should you go next and what should you see, do and eat there?". Amateur Traveler won its creator Chris Christensen a Travel+Leisure SMITTY award as the best independent travel journalist and a Society of American Travel Writers Lowell Thomas Award. It is also used to teach English at Oxford University.
 
The monthly podcast for Looe and South East Cornwall. Includes news, reviews, opinions and interviews with local people, local businesses and our illustrious visitors. I'll also be covering local events, things to do and places to stay, see and go to in this beautiful part of Cornwall. Please subscribe to the podcast to get automatic updates and if you have yet to leave a rating or review, please leave an positive one on iTunes as it will help the podcast and its ranking immensely! Thank you ...
 
At Research in Practice, we bring together academic research, practice expertise and the experiences of people accessing services. We then apply this knowledge to develop a range of resources and learning opportunities, as well as delivering tailored services, expertise and training. We work closely with professionals across the children, families and adult sectors to ensure our work is truly sector-led and responds to the most pressing issues.
 
The Hidden Light is a podcast about the occult and esoteric. Build upon the Obscure Podcasts, On the Blackchair and Esoterically, this is a podcast to look into occult literature, authors, discussing the works of some of the best esoteric and occult authors of today.
 
Energy Live News is the leader in energy news and information. We started with a simple vision to cover energy across the board, fossil fuels or renewables, nuclear or cleantech we will bring the news to you wherever it is happening. We are independent, fair and engaging and listen to all voices across the sector. We are leaders in online TV for the energy sector and we bring you interviews and interesting filmed stories from across the UK and abroad. Energy is a complex business but we make ...
 
Since March, it’s been impossible for the Big Issue to be sold on the UK’s streets. For Big Issue vendors, whose only income is from selling the magazine, the Government lockdown due to COVID-19 is devastating – both financially and emotionally. Over the last weeks, we’ve been working out ways to continue selling the magazine. You can now get your copy by subscribing in print or digitally, or by picking it up in big name supermarkets and newsagents. This has allowed us to continue offering f ...
 
Your holiday, short break or outdoor pursuit starts here! The Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show is a great value day out with plenty of attractions for everyone to enjoy. Visit the Discovery Theatre and learning zones as well as our brand new Glamping Holiday Village and much, much more! There will be so much to do and something to suit everyone especially the younger members of your family at the weekend. Many favourites will be returning including live cookery demonstrations, destination a ...
 
This work has grown out of the desire frequently expressed to the writer when he has been lecturing on the American Revolution, that in some way the experiences of the people as well as the deeds of the armies in that trying period might be presented to the present generation. The author has given to the public this narrative, in which the course of the armies in the various campaigns is followed and, at the same time, many of the forgotten or ignored experiences and deeds of the common peop ...
 
Oscar & Grammy-winning songwriter, and recovery advocate Paul Williams, and screenwriter and author Tracey Jackson, adapt ideas from their New York Times bestselling book "Gratitude And Trust: Six Affirmations That Will Change Your Life" in a weekly conversation with their celebrity friends that both educates and entertains. Oprah calls them cultural icons and spiritual leaders. You’ll call them honest, funny, probing and engaged. “Gratitude And Trust,” your weekly dose of inspiration and en ...
 
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Cats might be cute, but too many feral cats can wreak havoc on the ecosystem. Cornwall, Ont., found that out the hard way when their stray and feral cat population began to take over their streets. Aaron Hancox highlights this problem is his new TVO Original documentary, "Running Wild: The Cats of Cornwall." He talks to Steve Paikin, along with two…
 
The story of Cornwall's ever-growing feline population was irresistible to filmmaker and cat-lover Aaron Hancox. But, he learned, it's also very dire. In "Running Wild: The Cats of Cornwall," Hancox documents the work of cat rescuers Mary Jane Proulx and Melissa Alepins as they wade through the town's ecological catastrophe. Hancox joins host Colin…
 
Cornwall Cricket Introduce 'Everything Choughing Cricket' Podcast, where we will talk and review everything happening in cricket in the County.. We will also be sharing best practice, holding discussions with key volunteers and professional people and players to help to provide information and raise awareness.…
 
This week Nic and Nat sit down (remotely, of course) with Piers and Dave from Atomic Smash - a Bristol-based specialist WordPress and WooCommerce studio. CookiesHQ and Atomic Smash are nearly the same age, and have had very similar journeys towards similar goals, so they dig deep into this alignment. Piers and Dave started Atomic Smash fresh out of…
 
Scientists estimate polar bears might be extinct by 2100. But how much of this is because of anthropogenic climate change? Explorer and best-selling author James Raffan discusses this and his latest book, "Ice Walker: A Polar Bear's Journey Through the Fragile Arctic." Raffan was recently named by Canadian Geographic as one of the ,90 most influent…
 
Beyond the obvious problems with economic inequality for people trying to make ends meet, such gaps can also seed serious political problems. And as some recent polling indicates, this can undermine confidence in both democracy and capitalism. We explore this topic with guests: Michael Veall, professor of economics at McMaster University; Shannon L…
 
For much of the 20th century, the dynamism and productivity of American capitalism was the envy of the world. It yielded a buoyant middle class and opportunities for every strata of society to do better than their parents had done. That seems no longer to be the case. Roger Martin is a leading global thinker in business management, and his new book…
 
The Agenda this week invited three best-selling authors to discuss why their pandemic stories resonate with readers. Then, we considered the state of modern Iraq; tracked the flight of snowbirds in a COVID-winter; assessed whether Ontario's Progressive Conservatives have become too moderate for their base; and heard how local libraries are lending …
 
The award-winning author and journalist discusses her new audio series, "Seven Truths," which looks at the place of Indigenous people in Canada and the lessons that can be drawn from the Seven Grandfather Teachings that guide Anishinaabe life. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By TVO | Steve Paikin
 
Since 2019. municipalities across Ontario have been required to have integrity commissioners to ensure accountability from councillors and civic board members. Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler provides some reporting on how that's been working in the area he covers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In a future London ravaged by the effects of climate change, a company is busy harvesting memories to build virtual versions of the world before "The Withering". But there are parts of her past Laura would rather forget. This episode contains swearing and accounts of emotional abuse. Listeners are advised to avoid this story if they are likely to b…
 
For the first time ever, the longest undefended border in the world is ostensibly closed. That's of course because of COVID-19. But the last few years have seen other disruptions in the relationship between the U.S. and Canada. And for Great Lakes provinces and states, that's not generally the preferred state of affairs. To discuss, we invite Juan …
 
During winter, many Canadians - often retirees - flock to the southern U.S. for destinations such as Arizona and Florida. This year though, the Canada-U.S. border remains closed to non-essential travel. Should those who are at a higher risk of contracting the virus leave the confines of Ontario while both countries experiencing rising COVID-19 numb…
 
This week, R&R are joined by artist and illustrator Amelia Noyes (instagram: @iamnoyes). She shares her favorite royal gift picks for the holidays, how she came to be royally obsessed, and the process behind her gorgeous royal family illustrations. They also chat Kate's Remembrance Day Zoom, Harry and Meghan's pre-holiday hires, the end of 'Hold St…
 
We examine the legacy of the Iraq war, including the humanitarian toll, the effect on regional stability, and lessons learned, as outlined in a new documentary, "Once Upon a Time in Iraq." With guests: Louisa Lovelock, Baghdad bureau chief for the Washington Post; University of Waterloo's Bessma Momani; and Waleed Nesyif, contributor to the documen…
 
Ardi Imseis, a member of the United Nations group of eminent experts on Yemen; and journalist Shannon Gormley discuss the origins, geopolitics, and humanitarian toll of the ongoing civil war in Yemen. And also whether Canada's global reputation as peacekeeper and human rights warrior has been tainted by a recent UN report that included it on a list…
 
Writers have been inventing stories about infectious diseases from the time of the Plague. What it is about facing pandemics that inspires so many novelists? We find out with guests Emily St. John Mandel, author of "Station Eleven" and "The Glass House;" Saleema Nawaz, author of "Songs for the End of the World;" and Emma Donoghue, author of "The Pu…
 
How have public libraries had to adjust to the pandemic? We'll look at how they've managed to continue providing services, how the pandemic is clarifying the role they play in the community, and what the future of the public library looks like. With guests Vicki Stevenson, the CEO of the Rideau Lakes Public Library; and Toronto Public Library's Cit…
 
While Doug Ford's popularity has skyrocketed over the past eight months during the COVID-19 pandemic, some conservatives are less than pleased. They fear he's moved too far to the middle and abandoned true conservative principles. Has Ford turned his back on his previous, disruptive populist instincts in favour of a more moderate, pragmatic progres…
 
Former party stalwarts Jim and Belinda Karahalios are becoming increasingly estranged from Ontario's Progressive Conservative Party. And because they think they're not alone, they've decided to start a new conservative party called The New Blue Party of Ontario. They talk to Steve Paikin about why they are moving away from the PCs, how much support…
 
Our review of the week's programming begins with a check in on online learning in Ontario during COVID-19. Then, economist evaluate the Ontario government's 2020 budget. Journalist David Frum talks Trump's legacy, and Nina Schick discusses her book, "Deepfakes: The Coming Infocalypse." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Last week, the town of Collingwood released the report from its judicial inquiry into some problematic municipal dealings. It delivered some 306 recommendations, including the creation of a lobbyist registry. Southwestern Ontario Hub journalist Mary Baxter gives Jeyan Jeganathan the details. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Head coach of the Toronto Raptors Nick Nurse discusses his new book, "Rapture: Fifteen Teams, Four Countries, One NBA Championship, and How to Find a Way to Win - Damn Near Anywhere," chronicling what shaped him as a basketball coach. Nurse shares his thoughts on the Triangle offence, social justice in the NBA, the impending NBA free agency, and 20…
 
The first video game was created in 1958 as a physics experiment. Now, video games are a multi-billion-dollar industry - a story covered in Netflix's "High Score." Gaming historian Kishonna Gray joins guest host Matthew O'Mara to discuss the little-known figures who pushed gaming forward, and why they've remained anonymous for so long. See omnystud…
 
In today's podcast we look at the genre of climate fiction or "Cli Fi" and preview two upcoming audio dramas we'll be sharing as part of our Autumn climate season. We talk to the authors of the two pieces, Anna Orridge and Kevan Manwaring and get their views on Cli Fi, writing in general and the stories that inspired our upcoming dramas. In todays'…
 
What a WEEK! Glad we're all here. Your hosts are joined by creator of the popular Instagram series "So Many Thoughts" and veteran fashion journalist Elizabeth Holmes to chat about her new book, HRH: So Many Thoughts on Royal Style, out Nov. 17. The three ladies discuss her new book, Prince Charles's delightful British Vogue interview and Remembranc…
 
Society's collective memory of war is not static and stationary. It evolves over time. But as veterans of the two world wars age, how long can we remember? What do we stand to lose if we forget? And how important is the memory and idea of sacrifice to a healthy society? The Agenda examines the collective memory of war. See omnystudio.com/listener f…
 
This week we have a very special episode lined up - this is a recording from 4th November when Nic & Nat were interviewed by the lovely bunch at Revoco for their ‘Don’t Fear the F Word’ webcast series. Here, ‘F’ stands for failure, and Nic & Nat talk about their biggest failure with regards to running an agency, how they overcame it and how, in the…
 
Nothing about Donald Trump's political career has been customary or predictable. So why would the outcome of his run for re-election be any different? Whatever else the election revealed, it seems to include his intention to remain a force to be reckoned with for the political establishments of both major parties and the American public. To discuss…
 
Conspiracy theories and accusations of fake news routinely fly in some quarters across the political spectrum, and particularly in the Twitter feed of the current U.S. president. Such talk feeds a climate of misinformation and even disinformation. And if that's not unnerving enough, a new book by Nina Schick exposes a whole other level to this prob…
 
Last week on budget night, we heard from the finance minister, the opposition critics, and the world of small business. Now, we follow up by hearing from three long-time policy analysts. What's their take on a budget that will spend more money and go deeper into deficit than any previous budget? Is it enough to save the economy, and will it be wort…
 
When Nick Kypreos played in the NHL, he was never among the best players on any of his four different teams. But he did play 442 games in all, becoming one of the infinitesimal percentage of kids born in Ontario to have that dream come true. It's also fair to say that Kypreos's career will always be remembered for the way it ended, which was shocki…
 
Julie Wilkinson, Research in Practice Associate, speaks to Trina Robson, one of the Directors at Love Barrow Families. This episode discusses how Love Barrow Families started work with the community in Barrow in Furness. It highlights how they provided a sense of belonging and trust for families and the importance of an ethos that values and promot…
 
Our review of The Agenda's week begins with a look back on election night in the U.S. Then, what are the talking points from the Ontario government's so-called pandemic budget. A thought-provoking discussion about the decision to rename the law school building at Queen's University. How are charities faring during COVID-19, and finally inside the b…
 
Journalist Dakshana Bascaramurty discusses her book, "This is Not the End of Me: Lessons on Living from a Dying Man," a documentation about Layton Reid, diagnosed with Stage 4 melanoma at age 33. Even in the face of that he goes on to cram as much life as possible in the time remaining. The birth of his son sends Reid on a journey to build his lega…
 
In "There's No Place Like This Place, Anyplace," Lulu Wei tells the story of Honest Ed's - a store that once dominated the intersection of Bathurst and Bloor in Toronto's Annex neighbourhood. What happened when the store and its surrounding area were sold off to a condo developer? Wei joins host Colin Ellis to discuss affordable housing, community …
 
In this edition of the podcast we look at spoken word poetry. We feature a new project from Kent: a music and poetry collaboration by Nancy Gaffield and The Drift. We look at spoken word record label Nymphs and Thugs and we hear from Lisa Mead, CEO and Artistic Director of Apples and Snakes. The presenter is Marie-Claire Wood There is some swearing…
 
Representatives from Ontario's opposition parties react to the PC government's just-released budget. How do they think Doug Ford's government is managing the province's books in the midst of COVID-19's second wave, which is preventing large parts of Ontario's economy from rebounding. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In the midst of the pandemic and a record-breaking deficit, we take a closer look at the financial picture the PC government has just painted. We also examine the aid being offered to businesses, and whether it's enough to keep them afloat. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By TVO | Steve Paikin
 
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