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Hooked in New England

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Hooked in New England

Capt. Lou Tirado & Capt. Mike Faulkingham

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Chasing, Catching, and Conserving New England's Saltwater Sportfish. A podcast that combines seriously fun conversations with a wide array of saltwater fishing's favorite folks to help all of us become better anglers, better stewards of our environment, to help small businesses thrive, and to help our fish survive.
 
The automation technology market is developing at pace. New tools, capabilities and practices are emerging on an almost daily basis, but it can be hard to separate the hype from the reality. Join host Wayne Butterfield as he navigates the automation landscape with guests from the enterprise, consulting and technology worlds to shed light on the role of robotic process and cognitive automation technologies in the quest for business value.
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
ESG Insider is a podcast from S&P Global that takes you inside the environmental, social & governance issues shaping the business world today. In each episode, co-hosts Lindsey Hall and Esther Whieldon interview ESG experts, leveraging S&P Global data to shine a light on the sustainability opportunities and risks that business leaders and investors need to know about. Lindsey Hall is head of ESG Thought Leadership at S&P Global Sutainable1 and Esther Whieldon is a Senior Writer on the team.
 
This is Fix This. A bi-weekly podcast of bites-sized stories from Amazon Web Services (AWS). We talk to leaders from around the globe about how they use technology to fix some of the world’s most pressing issues.
 
We used to read and discuss Philip Pullman's phenomenal His Dark Materials series but now that we've completed that adventure, we're diving into genre entertainment and nerd cultural touchstones. Look for us on YouTube and pretty much anywhere else podcasts are available. Our first episode should drop soon! Please join us and listen!!
 
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Honestly Unbalanced

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Honestly Unbalanced

Adam Husler and Holly Husler

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The surface level of the wellness world is often a high gloss, picture perfect representation of balanced living. Adam and Holly Husler dig under that shiny surface and discover that the balanced-state is often a fleeting moment, with the rest of life being an ever-changing obstacle course of; struggles, opportunities, sweat and hard work. Though honest conversations, we track our guests' unique paths to success, how they navigate changing tides and the continuous search for their own versio ...
 
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The WoMed

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The WoMed is a space to discuss, debate, and celebrate all things Women in Medicine! Danielle Maltby is joined by co-host Jackie Darling to bring new issues and faces to light in the medical community. These nursing vets bring humor, reality, and a serious passion for the world around them to discussions on self-care, emerging healthcare trends, education, activism, patient stories, and pop culture representation of the industry. The hosts welcome not just women in medicine, but members of t ...
 
Broadcast Engineers – especially Radio engineers – work behind the scenes to bring you most everything we listen to, including web-delivered audio. With encouragement from Leo himself, broadcast engineer and radio station owner Kirk Harnack brings you "This Week in Radio Tech". Along with co-hosts Tom Ray, Chris Tobin, and Chris Tarr, TWiRT episodes feature sage audio advice, "There I was..." stories, and instruction from some of the sharpest minds in audio media technology today. TWiRT is s ...
 
The world is changing, and so is the way we’re influenced. Who is exposing the widespread problems in media and advertising? How is racial discourse pushing brands to do better? And which organizations are leading the way with responsible, fresh visions? The industry today faces both financial and moral challenges that are shaking up the way advertising is done. Fake news, a global pandemic, racial injustice, questionable ethics—the problems are deep and long-lasting. And they’re the kind of ...
 
Broadcast Engineers – especially Radio engineers – work behind the scenes to bring you most everything we listen to, including web-delivered audio. With encouragement from Leo himself, broadcast engineer and radio station owner Kirk Harnack brings you "This Week in Radio Tech". Along with co-hosts Tom Ray, Chris Tobin, and Chris Tarr, TWiRT episodes feature sage audio advice, "There I was..." stories, and instruction from some of the sharpest minds in audio media technology today. TWiRT is s ...
 
Designed by the Julius Baer Foundation, the Wealth Inequality Initiative aims to shed light on the global challenge of wealth disparities. It connects worldwide key players and experts to awaken interest, circulate knowledge, mobilise stakeholders and drive action against wealth inequality. The Wealth Inequality Initiative Podcast Series features inspirational and influential personalities, including experts of wealth inequality. Christoph Schmocker, CEO of the Julius Baer Foundation, or Dr. ...
 
Andrea Gilligan takes a closer look at some of the week's main stories and topics of interest with an expert panel to discuss all of the issues involved and a review of the top stories making the headlines around the country in the local newspapers. Listen and subscribe to Between the Lines with Andrea Gilligan on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the New ...
 
Daniel Hewitt and Shehab Khan from the ITV News politics team chew through the week's big UK political stories and give Political Editor Robert Peston a call from wherever he is to get his take on it all. We'll also be talking to special guests from the world of politics and beyond - and hear from ITV's political correspondents based around the country to find out what's happening beyond the Westminster bubble.
 
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Wisconsin ginseng growers are still struggling with high tariffs on their product headed to China. Jackie Fett, executive director or WI Ginseng Growers, says it's had an impact on the number of growers that are still in the crop. She talks to Pam Jahnke about the industry in front of China's lunar new year. It will come as no surprise that crop in…
 
If you're thinking about putting up a new building, keep in mind design features that could make or break your roof. Department of Biological Systems Engineering Professor David Bohnhoff shares tips you should think about, and talk to your contractor about, before breaking ground to prevent a potential roof collapse in the future. See omnystudio.co…
 
The pandemic brought on huge demand for garden seeds. What this means is that seed producers have had to catch up to that demand. Nathan Zondag is the president and CEO of Jung Seed. He says they’ve been sitting pretty good in terms of seed supply, but if you’re in search of specific breeds, you want to make sure you get those now. He says it’s alw…
 
California’s new law, Proposition 12, will impact pork production nationally. The law went into effect at the start of the year. It requires a breeding hog to have at least 24 square feet of space. This is significantly higher than the industry standard. But if your facility doesn’t meet that requirement, the pork cannot be sold in California. This…
 
The convoy approaching Ottawa has been described as beginning as a protest against a vaccine mandate for cross-border truck drivers — but there are concerns more extremist views have hitched a ride along the way. Reporter Justin Ling unpacks who’s involved, and what we might see when it reaches the capital this weekend.…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, the U.S. economy rebounded strongly in 2021, with the best growth since 1984. Russia said there's little room for optimism after the U.S. rejected its security demands, but said dialogue on Ukraine is still possible. The Pentagon put out new guidance on limiting civilian casualties from air strikes. PBS NewsHour is suppor…
 
Justice Stephen Breyer leaves a storied legacy as he prepares to step down after more than 27 years on the bench. To reflect on what his absence will mean for the future of the Supreme Court, Judy Woodruff is joined by legal veterans Gregory Garre, a former U.S. Solicitor General who has argued in front of the court, and Neal Katyal, former acting …
 
It's been seven weeks since a series of ferocious tornadoes tore through Western Kentucky and surrounding areas, killing 90 people, and making hundreds more homeless. Kentucky's governor, and President Joe Biden, have promised whatever is needed to rebuild. William Brangham recently returned to the town of Mayfield, and found a community struggling…
 
Only legends on the first new episode of Stop Everything! for 2022.Hear from Nooky, proud Yuin and Thungutti man, rapper and host of Blak Out on Triple J about his new track Run Dingo, new platform We are Warriors, and the power of hip hop and visibility. BW and BL also reflect on the reactions around Grace Tame’s viral Jan 25 photo op with Prime M…
 
Fabulous Farm Babe Pam Jahnke is moderating a Feb. 23 luncheon and panel hosted by WisBusiness.com/WisPolitics.com: “Seeking a sustainable future: climate change and farming.'' The event will be at Fox Valley Technical College's DJ Bordini Center just off of Highway 41 in Appleton from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Panelist Steve Dvorak, president of DVO…
 
The Badger State gives Margaret Kalcic a warm welcome at the Discovery Farms Wisconsin annual conference. Kalcic is transitioning from a faculty position at the Ohio State University to UW-Madison in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering. Her research will focus on adopting conservation measures to protect surface waters in ag regions. S…
 
Eric Cooley, the co-director of Discovery Farms Wisconsin, reflects on the past two decades of the UW-Madison program. Its annual conference this month drew about 150 agriculturists from different commodities and regions, representing water quality, conservation and nutrient management. For 20 years, Discovery Farms has performed water quality rese…
 
UW-Platteville Dairy Innovation Hub liaison Tera Montgomery gives the Mid-West Farm Report an update on how the campus is utilizing Hub funds. The university has seen three new hires -- which means three new research projects -- reinstalled the Lely milking robots, and got Pioneer Sweets well underway. In the first year, UW-Platteville got $240,000…
 
Pioneer Sweets is a new student-managed ice cream business out of UW-Platteville. It got on its feet thanks to a grant from Compeer Financial. It’s also borrowing money from the UW Dairy Innovation Hub for expansion. Students make custom flavors for area businesses to sell. Pioneer Sweets is looking at having its own retail in the future in additio…
 
Rural communities can feel abandoned when it comes to available resources and support. Stephanie Hoff talks with Marcy West from Director of the Office of Rural Prosperity, about a new website that's been created to help connect rural community leaders with resources and people that can help. Ag Day at the Capitol was a success on Wednesday with hu…
 
Emma Tietze, director of sales and events at Brooklyn Bowl, has a 10-year history in live events, turns at the Manhattan Center and at CBS Radio reflecting her passions. Emma joined the team at Brooklyn Bowl, a former iron foundry in ‘hip’ Williamsburg, three years ago. A sought-after mix of live music, award winning food and bowling, since its 200…
 
A family of four was found frozen to death in Manitoba last week, after trying to walk across the border into the United States. They are reported to be from Gujarat, a prosperous state in India. Matt Galloway talks to reporter Vaibhav Jha in Gujarat; and discusses the migration policies that give rise to these desperate journeys with Craig Smith, …
 
Tensions remain high on the Russia-Ukraine border. The U.S. says an invasion may be imminent, Russia says no such thing is planned, and countries like Canada are sending support to Ukraine. Matt Galloway talks to Russia's Ambassador to Canada Oleg Stepanov; and Roland Paris, a former foreign policy advisor to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.…
 
We continue our Work in Progress series, talking to essential workers about their experience in the pandemic — and what they want to see happen next. We talk to Danielle Turpin, who left her job as a personal support worker and started a co-op for PSWs in her area; and Stephanie Ross, director of the School of Labour Studies at McMaster University.…
 
New reports Wednesday indicate Justice Stephen Breyer plans to retire, raising questions about his replacement. President Joe Biden said he will wait for Breyer's formal announcement. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer cited the president's past words, indicating a desire to appoint America's first Black woman to the court. Senate Minority Leader…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, the secretary general of the United Nations sounded a dire warning about Afghanistan. The Federal Reserve is ready to ratchet up interest rates in a bid to beat back inflation. The city of San Jose, California, has adopted the nation's first law to make gun owners carry liability insurance. PBS NewsHour is supported by -…
 
The Federal Reserve is shifting its approach to the economy and monetary policy. It's a major change after holding interest rates at near zero levels. Given the pandemic, it's not without its own risks. But the Fed chairman said the state of the economy required changing course. Lisa Desjardins begins the report, with more from Greg Ip, chief econo…
 
The United States and NATO on Wednesday rejected Russia's demands that Ukraine never be allowed to become a member of NATO, and that the expansion of NATO since 1997 be rolled back. Russian officials said they would study the written response they received, but blamed the West for taking aggressive actions and said it will take the necessary retali…
 
A key part of the Biden administration's plan to distribute free COVID tests depends heavily on the United States Postal Service. White House officials say that effort is going well, with tens of millions of tests now being shipped. But the U.S. Postal Service remains under intense scrutiny for its service, delivery, its finances and how its workfo…
 
People across Europe, Israel, and the world are preparing to mark international Holocaust Remembrance Day Thursday, commemorating millions of European Jews killed by Nazi Germany. The day was created in 2005 by the United Nations to sustain public awareness, which studies show has rapidly declined. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro shows one…
 
Pedro Almodóvar discusses Parallel Mothers – his intricately woven mystery about two women’s journey into motherhood and the scars of the Spanish Civil War, starring Penelope Cruz and Milena Smit. And Pablo Larraín discusses Spencer, his unconventional Princess Diana biopic set during a Christmas weekend at Sandringham starring Kristen Stewart.…
 
Wisconsin's weather is nothing to fool around with when it comes to care of livestock. Aaron Zimmerman talks to UW-Extension Agent, Bill Halfman, about the increased calorie consumption farmers have to factor in for animals just because of the harsh weather. Pam Jahnke talks to Ashley Huhn from the Steffes Group about the huge social media traffic …
 
South Africa's bout with Omicron is slowing down — offering other countries a glimpse of what might be coming next in the pandemic. Matt Galloway discusses what Canada might learn, with Dr. Shabir Madhi, a professor of vaccinology at Johannesburg's University of the Witwatersrand; and Jason Kindrachuk, a virologist at the University of Manitoba.…
 
As the global spotlight gets closer to China and the Beijing Winter Olympics, Canadian security experts warn that China is targeting politicians here with disinformation and influence campaigns. We talk to former Conservative MP Kenny Chiu; Sze-Fung Lee, a researcher at McGill University's School of Information Studies; and Richard Fadden, former d…
 
Ukraine's leaders on Monday tried to reassure the country, despite more than 100,000 Russian troops deployed near the nation's northern and eastern borders, and despite new announcements of Russian training exercises. The West considers an invasion as possibly imminent, and that fear is being felt on Ukraine's frontlines. Nick Schifrin reports. PBS…
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, Pfizer began a clinical trial of an updated COVID-19 vaccine designed to ward off the highly contagious omicron variant. The International Monetary Fund slashed its growth forecast citing the omicron variant and other factors. London's Metropolitan Police Service will investigate gatherings held at Prime Minister Boris Joh…
 
Ukraine's leaders on Monday tried to reassure the country, despite more than 100,000 Russian troops deployed near the nation's northern and eastern borders. Nick Schifrin speaks to Oksana Markarova, Ukraine's ambassador to the United States, about the country's tensions with Russia and intelligence on possible invasion. PBS NewsHour is supported by…
 
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