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Real Estate and Beyond. What is Real Estate? Not all markets are created equal. Gulf Coast to Space Coast talks to the leaders in the industry throughout Florida just as if we were sitting across a dinner table. OH! and our hosts and guests change with every episode just to keep you on your toes. We cover the Gulf Coast of Florida to the Atlantic Ocean, think Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Daytona Beach, Space Coast, Miami. We talk about investing, marketing, staging, and many m ...
 
Houston, we have a podcast! And its about damn crime! Clueston is true crime podcast focused on terrifying incidents that occurred in Houston, Texas and the surrounding Gulf Coast region. The subject matter is limited to Southeast Texas because it allows the show’s host to travel to crime scenes and other relevant locations so she can provide listeners with a more immersive experience. Clueston is hosted by Kat Adams, a childhood survivor of a horrifying crime and is co-hosted by her husband ...
 
The Alabama Saltwater Fishing Report is the Gulf Coast's first and only podcast that brings you the REAL fishing report whether it's good, bad, or ugly. Come along with Butch Thierry and Joe Baya as they interview the best fisherman in the area, covering every saltwater species whether you are pier and shore fisherman or you chase pelagics in bluewater. Every episode is packed with the weekly report and forecast as well as pearls of wisdom shared by our expert contributors. All of this comes ...
 
South Louisiana is being eroded not only by hurricanes, but by mainstream media's pollution as well. The Dank Swamp Rebellion celebrates southern heritage by showcasing our creatives and entrepreneurs, all throughout the Gulf Coast, giving our culture and wetlands the right kind of attention. Episodes contain unconventional interviews highlighting the real talent on our bayous, original music and graphics inspired by our guests, and a healthy helping of dank thoughts.
 
Ansar Hussain Firdousi did his initial studies in Al-Jaamiathul Firdousiya Arabic College, Nagercoil. He, then, graduated as Afzal ul Ulama from Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli. He received his Master in Modern Arabic from Madras University, Chennai. Ansar Hussain Firdousi served as the Imam and Khateeb of Masjid Jamiat Tawheed, Chennai and taught Islamic Studies at Unity Public School, Chennai. He was also a daee at Kuwait Dawah Center. Sheik Ansar Hussain has been delivering talk ...
 
Whether it’s travel, memoirs or sport, and sometimes all three at the same time, this podcast shares some of life’s more unusual experiences in a fun but poignant style. Join Matt McFahn as he narrates true life adventures or chats with normal people who have had extraordinary experiences.Welcome to Saadoun Street, a podcast with a central thread about people and their stories shared with you in engaging and entertaining episodes. Some stories are presented as a season, others one off episod ...
 
The Entrepreneurial Dash podcast is essential listening for all SME's, Start Ups and Entrepreneurs. Master entrepreneur Shailesh Dash provides valuable insights, stories and tips for the budding entrepreneur and investor. Whether, you are just starting out and do not know how to start, or your are multi-experienced join Shailesh each week for a new episode packed with insights and tips on what you need to do. As Shailesh says "I love what I do. My purpose in life is to create successful busi ...
 
The new GIBTM (Gulf Incentive Business Travel and Meetings) podcast interviews with Paul Kennedy MBE, Group Exhibition Director, Meetings & Incentive Events, serve to explain why this unique event is imperative to the Gulf Region. The interviews explain what the event provides to the visitor, how to become a Hosted Buyer, outlines the Event Programme and describes why GIBTM is a vital event for everyone involved in the sector and takes a look at the key elements that makes this a billion dol ...
 
GulfCast: The “Dispatches from the Gulf” Podcast ********************************* On April 20, 2010 the Deepwater Horizon disaster changed the lives of millions living near the Gulf of Mexico – as well as the scientists who responded to the crisis. These are some of their stories... intimate portraits of research – innovation – discovery. ********************************* ********************************* “Dispatches from the Gulf” is a multimedia initiative that investigates the environmen ...
 
Ben Franklin’s World is a podcast about early American history. It is a show for people who love history and for those who want to know more about the historical people and events that have impacted and shaped our present-day world. Each episode features a conversation with an historian who helps us shed light on important people and events in early American history.
 
“Hurricane Season” is an eight-episode podcast that explores how major storms going back to 1900 greatly impacted Greater Houston people and policies. As we approach the one year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey, the nation’s worst rainstorm, Houston Public Media takes a look back at some of the biggest storms that have impacted the Gulf Coast and its development, policies, and people. “Hurricane Season” host Andrew Schneider starts with the Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900.
 
Produced weekly by the Texas Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce, this program features interviews with members of the Chamber. The Texas Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce is located in The Greater Houston area (The Woodlands, Spring, Conroe, Katy and Galleria areas of Houston). Our members represent a diverse collection of businesses and the owners of those businesses come from even MORE diverse backgrounds and life experiences. Each episode features a single member of the chamber. Please scan the ...
 
Confetti Park is a playground of magical music and stories spun in Louisiana. Showcasing songs that kids love, songs created for kids, and created by kids. Sparkling interviews, in-studio performances, delightful musical medleys, jokes, local author storytime, and a little surprise lagniappe make for an entertaining show! Created by Katy Hobgood Ray of New Orleans.
 
How did this apple get to my grocery store? Can we grow lettuce year-round in New York? What does farming have to do with dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico? We will be telling the stories of the science behind how food gets to your table to answer these questions and more.
 
WION (World Is One News) brings latest & breaking news from South Asia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and rest of the World in politics, business, economy, sports, lifestyle, science & technology with opinions & analysis.
 
We are here to bring you interviews, conversations and stories form people in and around the gulf coast. These people could have national impact on entertainment, politics, acedemia and science. Sometimes its just a conversation with people that I know who like to think outside the box. I sincerely hope you enjoy listening and feel that you've learned something. Thank you for subscribing! Sincerely, Charles Tureau
 
Through a series of expert interviews, this podcast mini-series explores some of the most pressing questions raised by the CSIS Middle East Program report, “Citizens in Training: Conscription and Nation-building in the United Arab Emirates.” Hear from leading experts on the Gulf, the UAE, and modern militaries in general what the UAE’s bold experiment in military conscription as a nationbuilding tool reveals about the leadership’s diagnosis of its key challenges at a pivotal moment in its na ...
 
Millennial Mirrors discusses the conflicts between the cultural norms of the region and the personal needs and aspirations of the younger generation. It acknowledges the link between contentment and success, and aims to delve into how to navigate that journey within the cultural norms and value systems that we live in. The aim is not to say any specific path is right or wrong; but to ensure whatever path is followed, is done so with awareness and for the right reasons.
 
Join Crisis Group Interim President Richard Atwood and Board Member and Harvard Law School Professor Naz Modirzadeh as they dive deep into the conflicts that rage around the globe with Crisis Group analysts and special guests. These experts bring a unique, on-the-ground perspective to understanding both why those conflicts persist — and what could bring them to an end. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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With 708 kilometres of concrete, barbed wire and military checkpoints, the Israeli West Bank Barrier is more than just the sum of its parts. This politically charged wall has come to symbolise a system of control and segregation, and constitutes an exhausting feature of daily life for Palestinian residents. Ameen Nayfeh has put that reality at the …
 
https://youtu.be/tJZZ7U4BebQ Revisionism is an historical discipline made necessary by the fact that all States are governed by a ruling class that is a minority of the population, and which subsists as a parasitic and exploitative burden upon the rest of society. Since its rule is exploitative and parasitic, the State must purchase the alliance of…
 
Speaker: Jerry Cisar Do we live redemptively? Or as Paul might put it, Are we living in a manner congruent with the Gospel? Are our lives being transformed into the image of the Redeemer such that we live redemptively? Ruth 4 is a study in contrast between two characters. One is perpetually referred to as a redeemer and has all the optics necessary…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated challenges faced by hydrocarbon exporters in the Gulf owing to the global push to transition to cleaner energy sources. In this podcast, Manal Shehabi (OIES) discusses with David Ledesma a recent OIES-KFAS workshop held in April 2021 titled “Energy Transition Post-Pandemic in the Gulf States,” held with support…
 
The Mississippi Gulf Coast was the home of many different peoples, cultures, and empires during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. According to some historians, the Gulf Coast region may have been the most diverse region in early North America. Matthew Powell, a historian of slavery and southern history and the Executive Director of the La P…
 
Tonite we blast off into space, the place to save face from the alien race with Terrell “T-Money” Clark blasting that extraordinary bass. We break down some new extraterrestrial discoveries along with a few unnatural occurrences in nature. Sounds conCERNing? We think so too. So strap in, cause DSR is blasting off again.. Don't forget to grab the be…
 
https://youtu.be/IL-fInpANkU It is impossible to engage in economic theorizing without employing what Mises called “imaginary constructions” or “thought experiments” (Gedankenexperimenten) which function as the praxeologist’s unique substitute for the laboratory experiments of the physical sciences. Murray N. Rothbard Economic Controversies, p. 181…
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis played down tensions with neighbouring Turkey ahead of a meeting with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at next week's NATO summit. Asked about the issue of migrant arrivals, he said "it is our job to defend our borders". Finally, the Greek leader encouraged tourists to …
 
Operation Barkhane will be brought to an end in the Sahel; we take a closer look at the decision to reduce France's military presence in Mali and neighbouring countries. It's World Day Against Child Labour on Saturday. The UN has said the problem is worsening for the first time in 20 years, partly due to the economic impact of the pandemic. Friday …
 
Europe in eight days. For his first foreign tour as US president, Joe Biden storming the beaches of Cornwall Thursday in the company of his host Boris Johnson and their respective spouses. Biden played good cop one and if Boris Johnson fails to charm Irish Joe, the perfidious Albion always that time honored ace in the hole. Her majesty the Queen wi…
 
It’s one of the longest-running deadlocks in the European Union: the question of whether all EU member states should help with relocating asylum seekers. Slovakia is one of the EU states which has long refused to take people in while their asylum requests are examined. We hear from Foreign Minister Ivan Korcok, who doubles down on his country's sta…
 
This week, we're focusing on France's end-of-high-school diploma, the baccalaureate. Two school years of Covid-19 disruption have taken their toll on pupils all around the world. But for French teens, the pandemic chaos was only made worse by the fact that it came in the midst of a long-awaited four-year reform of the country's school-leaving syste…
 
We talk with Barb Medlock from the Jackson County MS Outdoor Recreation about Turtle Up Mississippi which celebrates Mississippi's Native Turtles. Also big thanks to Southern Magnolia Smiles and Hilltree Marketing for the support! Want to be a part of the pelican gang? Check out our merch here. Follow us on Social: Spotify Facebook YouTube Instagra…
 
In South Africa, the abandonment of more than 1,700 baby Cape cormorants off the coast of Cape Town back in January has got scientists worried. It's thought the chicks were abandoned by their parents because of diminishing fish stocks, with the adults forced to migrate in order to survive. Overfishing has been disastrous for local ecosystems in Sou…
 
For years, fashion followed a simple formula: source, produce and sell – with any leftover stock simple thrown away or burned. But we gradually realised there was a different way of doing things. Fashion became notorious as a polluting industry. Could what's good for the planet also could also be good for business? The idea is now so ingrained it's…
 
President Joe Biden has pledged to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan by September 11. As a result, other Western nations are also downsizing and repatriating their forces. The stage is set for a return of the Taliban, 20 years after being ousted by a US-led military coalition in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. In this report for Arte and FRANC…
 
On COI #121 Patrick MacFarlane – host of Liberty Weekly – returns to the show to talk China, Iran and the American police state. Pat and Kyle break down a recent viral video of a police officer causing a pregnant woman’s car to roll over. Pat explains that the woman acted appropriately, however, the officer is unlikely to be held accountable. Pat b…
 
In the wake of the recent round of deadly fighting in Gaza; where does this leave those wanting peace and especially the women pushing for an end to violence? Annette Young talks to Palestinian activist, Huda Abuarquob, regional director for the Alliance for Middle East Peace (ALLMEP) and Israeli activist, Robi Damelin, from the Parents Circle. Plu…
 
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga referred to Taiwan as a country. In his first one-on-one parliamentary debate with opposition leaders on Wednesday, Suga, naming Australia, New Zealand and Taiwan, said, "Such three countries have been imposing strong restrictions on privacy rights" to curb the novel coronavirus outbreak.…
 
In our show "Correspondence", we explore how the world is coping with the twists and turns of 2021, amid the consequences of Covid-19 and beyond. FRANCE 24 brings you a selection of original reports from our correspondents and teams around the globe. This week, we take you to New York, Puerto Rico, Gaza and Cameroon.…
 
Reed Coverdale joined me to have a semi-conscious conversation about things. I was honestly so tired I don’t remember much. And before you judge me for not listening back to jog my memory, listen to yourself talk for a fucking hour and report back with how much fun it is. The Naturalist Capitalist 19 Skills Pdf Autonomy Course Critical Thinking Cou…
 
On April 16, 2014, the MV Sewol ferry capsized near the southwestern shores of South Korea, with 476 passengers on board, including 325 pupils on a school trip. Very few of them survived because they obeyed the order to stay in their cabins while the ferry was sinking. Beyond the human tragedy, with 304 lives lost, the disaster sparked widespread s…
 
As G7 states prepare to pledge the distribution of 1 billion Covid-19 shots worldwide, the US and France are going further and calling for the suspension of intellectual property rights on vaccines. Also, investors shrug off signs of inflation, while Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing says it's ready to go public on Wall Street, paving the way…
 
The US economy’s rebound from the pandemic is driving the biggest surge in inflation in nearly 13 years, with consumer prices rising in May by 5% from a year ago. The Labor Department said last month’s increase in the consumer-price index was the largest since August 2008, when the reading rose 5.4%.…
 
Citroen became the fourth automaker to reveal this week that it has been charged in France in connection with the 'dieselgate' emissions cheating scandal. The French automaker was charged by authorities over allegations of deception related to the sale of Euro 5 diesel vehicles in France between 2009 and 2015.…
 
IN THE PRESS - Friday, 11.06.2021: From cleaning up the image of the US, to tempering China's ambitions, to dealing with Boris Johnson's Sausage Wars, we take a look at how the press is covering this weekend's G7 summit. We also find out about the world's fifth ocean and the discovery of a new population of blue pygmy whales. Finally, we see how th…
 
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