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Best Keas podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Keas podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
Updated April 2020
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Fireflies Unite Podcast With Kea is a weekly podcast from the perspective of individuals thriving with a mental illness created by suicide survivor T-Kea Blackman. The mission of the podcast is to bring light into darkness (just like the fireflies), encourage people of color to seek treatment and end the stigma and raise awareness. We want to show that mental illness does not have "a look"; it includes everyday high-functioning people. The podcast is also designed for people to see how every ...
Hier geht es um spielerische Methoden und Interventionen für Meetings, Workshops, Trainings und Konferenzen. Je nach Gesprächspartner:in erscheint der Podcast in deutscher oder englischer Sprache. — This podcast is about playful methods and serious games for meetings, workshops, trainings and conferences. Depending on the discussion partner it will be published in German or English.
The news, explained. Join Sharon Brettkelly & Emile Donovan every weekday as they make sense of the big stories with the country’s best journalists and experts. Made possible by RNZ & NZ On Air.
Hawaii's Unprofessional Professional Podcast recorded LIVE in front of an audience at The Hi Brau Room! Covering Sports, Hip-Hop, Current Events, Hawaii news, anykine stuff,more sports and more hip hop hosted by DJ Zack Morse! Sleep Times Over!
Citations Needed is a podcast about the intersection of media, PR, and power, hosted by Nima Shirazi and Adam Johnson.
Two bruhddas just trying to bring the community some interesting veiws on whats really going on Hawai'i nei! Along with what we call Comedy and hopefully you do to, coming to you LOUD from Maui!
News, how-tos, and roundtable discussions weekly about everything DNS (and DHCP and IPAM). You have DNS questions and problems; we have answers and solutions.
A podcast for indeginous people by indeginous people, aims to give a platform to the oppressed
Evoking conversation around creatives who produce art, music, fashion & more. They talk about building their brand, connecting with those in their field and talk about their successes and failures in their endeavors. Hosted by JGlaxx #TrappinOutchaMommaBasement
The educational series highlighting the wonders of the animal kingdom. Fun and insightful animal facts presented in a narrative documentary style production complete with music and sound effects.
Waking up to wholeness one podcast at a time.
Roy Lucier talks to the wrestlers who worked in Japan, especially All Japan, during the 80's and 90's. We get a detailed look at the country, the company, the wrestlers, and everything inbetween
An upbeat mix of the curious and the compelling.
Conversations with the some the most talented comedians and musicians in the business!This show also airs LIVE every Tuesday night at 11pm (EST) on WFHB.
Share Your Story is a not for profit group in Brighton and Hove that provides a space to hear people's stories in order to inspire us to live better ones ourselves.
Asia Pacific Forum is the progressive pan-Asian radio show broadcast every Monday night from 9-10pm on WBAI 99.5 FM in New York City and live on the web. We cover underreported stories from Asia, as well as Asian American politics and culture. Each week we talk to authors like Arundhati Roy, Jessica Hagedorn, and Jeff Chang; activists and politicos like Yuri Kochiyama, Mike Honda, and Monami Maulik; intellectuals like Tariq Ali, Vandana Shiva, and Vijay Prashad; artists like DJ Rekha, David ...
Did you stop to think about if your mismanagement of money is tied to insecurities, voids, or unprocessed traumas? Until we deal with the broken areas of our lives, we can never be fulfilled or wealthy. People can't make financially-sound decisions if they are seeking the approval of others and buying items to appear as if they are a part of a high…
Hugely intelligent, insatiably curious, kea are more endangered than kiwi - and their bold antics are partly why the alpine parrot's population is shrinking.
(Disclaimer: This is the audio version from the You Tube show recorded thru Zoom. The audio is not up to par as our previous shows.)Summer Lee joins me to talk about the Stock Market, the economy's overall picture, advice on what to do with your Stimulus Check, and answering Instagram Live financial questions. Stay Safe and Healthy Everyone!…
Visit the world's fourth largest island - Madagascar and learn about the iconic and popular Ring-Tailed Lemur, plus the top predator of the land: the Fossa and one of the most unique primates on the planet, the bizarre and fascinating Aye-Aye. It's exclusive animals of Madagascar on Episode #022. Show notes available here.…
On this week’s episode, Kea shares what she does as a peer recovery specialist and how to become one. Did you know that peer support lowers the overall cost of mental health services by reducing re-hospitalization rates and days spent in inpatient services, increasing the use of outpatient services? Peer support improves quality of life, increases …
After over 100 episodes, scores of News Briefs, and almost three years of content production, Citations Needed has finally done it: reduced itself to a listicle. On this News Brief, we examine the top ten worst COVID-19 takes to date (not including the celebrity 'Imagine' video). Proceed with caution.…
Tauranga is one of the fastest growing areas of New Zealand but with that is growing gang war and a massive rates hike.
Caleb Cain got lost in an internet world of white supremacism. What happened to get him to make such a radical u-turn that he's now preaching from the other side of the page?
Tourism and travel are in free fall. Our biggest export earner is dead. Will the industry ever fully recover?
Just about anyone who's still working, is working from home. We look at the social and technical issues behind the big shift to your new "office".
This week's episode is inspired by Ten Habits of Grateful People By Belmont Wellness, Kea discusses the impact of gratitude on one’s mental health. It is scientifically proven that people who practice gratitude are happier. In the positive psychology space research has shown gratefulness and life satisfaction go hand-in-hand. Those who tend to be b…
In this News Brief, we detail recent reports the National Guard and US military may be used in a law enforcement capacity and what this says about the failures of the liberal state. With unemployment potentially reaching 30 percent and an urgent, robust social democratic response from the federal government unlikely, a debate about safeguarding aga…
Is New Zealand's sporting watchdog being too heavy-handed in banning weekend warriors who take substances for vanity reasons?
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with guests Internal Medicine Doctor, Ali Chisti M.D.,M.P.H, and Clinical Pharmacist, Chris Lai Hipp, Pharm.D, BCPS,BCCCPIf you have any questions or think you are sick and want to get tested in Hawaii, please call 808-691-2619 first before you turn up for testing.This is the Queen's Medical Center Hotline. It's available 24/7Please stay safe and h…
In this episode of “Inside the Writer’s Head” Dani McClain chats with her friend and colleague, author Daisy Hernández. They discuss memoir writing and the nature of memory, language, the differences between creative writing and journalism, the Midwest, and more.Daisy Hernández is the author of the award-winning memoir A Cup of Water Under My Bed a…
Have China's draconian powers of government enabled it to kick Covid-19 to the kerb? And can we believe the figures on the virus coming out of the country?
Like millions in the Bay Area of California, Sharon Brettkelly’s sister and her family are in virtual lockdown. We Skype them to discover how they found themselves stuck in the house, and how they’re coping.
The COVID-19 pandemic is ravaging the globe, leaving immeasurable human suffering in its wake. Who is left behind, struggling to survive on the frontlines of precarity, is – as with all things – determined primarily by wealth, privilege, and access to resources and political capital. This fact has been starkly on display in recent days, as Congress…
Learn about the gentle aquatic mammal, the manatee. Encounter the sleek and swift predator of the reef, the great barracuda. Learn about the unique and fascinating creature known as the sawfish. It's animal facts from the tropics on Episode #21. Show notes available here.By Amazing Wildlife
How do you manage your anxiety in a time of uncertainty like now? And when does concern turn into irrational fear?
Ships banned, quarantined, and shunned by the bug-phobic - is the coronavirus the iceberg that will sink the cruise industry?
On this week’s episodes, Kea discusses characteristics of healthy relationships, offer tips on how to interact and copy with difficult people who are demanding, critical, manipulative, controlling, aggressive, and controlling. She also pushes you to think about your personal traits you like and don’t like in others and qualities you can bring to yo…
By Ed Joy & Quinn Whitford
Kyle Jamieson is the cricketer of the moment - he's in Sydney today for the first of the ODI's against Australia - but he's also been frank about his battles with mental health.
The country's first case of smuggled bear bile has gone through the courts - but it's far from the only example of trading in endangered wildlife New Zealand authorities are dealing with.