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In 1997, thirty-nine people took their own lives in an apparent mass suicide. The events captivated the media and had people across the planet asking the same question... ‘Why?’ 20 years later, those who lost loved ones and those who still believe - tell their story. Hosted by Glynn Washington of Snap Judgment. "Heaven's Gate: The Cult of Cults," is now a four-part docuseries inspired by this podcast, streaming on HBO Max.
 
Decentered Podcast – An off-centre look at community, social and sustainable media.. With discussions about the role of media in sustainable and participative communities, providing an alternative to mass media. We look at how we build our capabilities to tell our own stories and think about the importance of what we become in producing and sharing our own media content.
 
This podcast will aim to bring to light the way that disability is portrayed through media (mass or social) has an impact on the perceptions and attitudes of the general community of disability. Through discussing issues that present in the day to day media cycle, we hope to create an informative, enlightening and entertaining podcast that both analyses the role of media as a vehicle for inclusion but also exploring the role of people with disabilities in either continuing old stereotypes or ...
 
Are you having a SPIRITUAL AWAKENING? You're not alone. SUBSCRIBE today for regular spiritual inspiration on your journey through life. Nicky Sutton, BA(Hons), Adv.DPLT, DPLT, is a meditation and spiritual guide, writer, video maker, and qualified Past Life Regression Therapist. ​I inspire and guide people through the process of spiritual awakening and beyond, towards infinite metaphysical and mind-expanding possibilities. I also offer my understanding of our true nature as infinite, immorta ...
 
Every other Tuesday, we release an interview with hip hop artists and creatives, who range from DJs to breakers, emcees to writers, producers to entrepreneurs, community leaders and mentors. We talk about their passion for hip hop, their lessons learned, business practices, relationships, personal development and maintaining health. You will get to know our guests and learn from their experiences. Thereby, we hope you get a real and authentic insight into the untold stories and lives of the ...
 
Chris Coté and Todd Richards host “The World’s Greatest Action Sports Podcast”! This high-speed, rapid-fire podcast blasts actions sports fans with up-to-date news and views on surfing, skating, and snowboarding featuring special guests adding the M.A.S.S. hysteria and overall awesome vibe of this radical podcast. Yew!
 
The Portal is an exploration into discovery, including conversations with thought leaders. Host Eric Weinstein, Managing Director of Thiel Capital, brings his unique expertise and diverse roster of guests for a wide range of discussions, including science, culture, business, and capitalism. The show will feature people whose lives demonstrate that portals into what we would normally consider impossible, are indeed possible. Guests include presidential candidate Andrew Yang, NY Times bestsell ...
 
Revolution. Socialism. Podcast. News. Views. Conversations. Media Criticism. MASS ACTION is a podcast and publications platform for socialist and working-class propaganda, news, views, conversations and more. MASS ACTION is anti-imperialist and anti-racist. MASS ACTION is joined with all mass movements for justice, joined to the revolutionary movement to defeat capitalism and replace it with Socialism. Why MASS ACTION? The planet and its people are facing The Great Crisis. The people of the ...
 
Insights for Communicators, Interesting for All. 'Speaking of Media' – the Podcast that brings together communicators and the media to consider and critique the world of mass storytelling, host by former journalist turned corporate communicator, Keith Marnoch. If you are a communicator - or perhaps someone who speaks on behalf of your organization - 'Speaking of Media' allows you to learn from experts on both sides of the media microphone. The Podcast aims to highlight effective ways to wide ...
 
First Voice Media is building a lasting institution for women, people of color, and under-resourced communities to learn media skills and gain access to radio as a means of empowerment using mass communications and art. Members of First Voice Media produce, write, host, and engineer Full Circle, a cultural affairs radio magazine which showcases personal views, interviews, feature stories, and live performances from our community. Airing on Friday at 7pm on KPFA 94.1, all content comes from m ...
 
I am Joshua Reilly a comic book creator. You can view and purchase my art at reillycomics.com and follow me @reillycomics on all social media platforms. The podcast is me talking about my interests which include Comic books, movies, art, sports, science, and because it's mandatory, politics.
 
Is the path to hell really paved with Good Intentions? In “With Friends Like These: Good Intentions”, host Ana Marie Cox will introduce people and organizations who set out to make positive change, as well as the ones who ended up doing more harm than good. What’s the brain science behind warm fuzzy feelings? How does altruism change the way we feel about the world? And could trying too hard somehow get us killed? (Spoiler alert: yes.)From social enterprise to social media, our intention is ...
 
THROW AWAY YOUR RADIO AND LISTEN UP!!! A showcase of new and undiscovered bands with a fresh approach to underground music that's too hardcore for corporate controlled, commercial driven radio stations. This music isn't for your momma or your daddy. It's time to get down and dirty! Forget what you thought you knew about "music" spoon fed to you by the mass media. Sit down, shut up, and listen.
 
Unconventional Wisdom is the show to help you become empowered with the knowledge and practical tools to live beyond mediocracy when it comes to your health and wellness. You will hear from experts in the health and wellness industry who will help you gain a simple, educated approach to your biggest questions. Unconventional Wisdom was born to serve you by providing information, empowerment, and motivation. Leave behind the mass media prescriptions today.
 
The Mind Renewed is hosted by Dr. Julian Charles (UK) and dedicated to understanding the world in which we live from a Christian worldview perspective. We are acutely conscious of propaganda in the mainstream media, and of the bewildering mass of information in the alternative media. We therefore seek to address matters of concern to people (whether they be 'people of faith' or none) in an unsensational and informed fashion, in the hope that truth will be uncovered and that bridges will be b ...
 
We are all humans and we all have our shit. 'Two Cents' is a bi-weekly examination mass media, people, and culture. The show will take a humanistic, empathetic, and psychological approach to the discussion of viral stories, hip-hop, pop-culture, mental health, addictions, and life itself in a progressive, non-judgmental, but untiring fashion. Dismantling toxic groupthink and bridging the gap between cool and conscious via scripted monologues and conversation with host Pennie Anassi and her s ...
 
Nick Siekierski, a California native, is a PhD candidate in history living in Warsaw, Poland. He worked at the Hoover Insitution Library and Archives at Stanford University for over a dozen years and is fascinated by World War II, immigration, politics, mass media, culture and the dynamics of Eastern Europe. Check out his website: www.researchteacher.com
 
"Somebody Somewhere" is a true crime investigative podcast series from RainStream Media, Inc. Season 3 is a 10-part series that explores the questions around the unsolved, 2003 death of federal prosecutor Jonathan Luna and the bank robbery he prosecuted where the cash evidence went missing after trial. Season 2 takes listeners into the Seattle homeless encampment known as "The Jungle," as hosts David Payne and Jody Gottlieb investigate a mass shooting allegedly orchestrated by three teenage ...
 
Bangalore International Centre (BIC) is a non profit, public institution which serves as an inclusive platform for informed conversations, arts and culture. BIC TALKS aims to be a regular bi-weekly podcast that will foster discussions, dialogue, ideas, cultural enterprise and more.
 
Every Wednesday, we tell a love story that turns into a crime story. Our subjects might start as lovers, friends, or family, but by the end, there's a criminal and a victim. Along the way, we analyze the relationship dynamics and psychology that lead to betrayal, theft, and even murder. Crimes of Passion is part of the Parcast Network, and a production of Cutler Media.
 
"Shine bright and share your light" is what Mooka Chanel says at the end of every episode and it is what she tries to reinforce throughout her daily life. The Shine Season podcast is hosted by Mooka Chanel. Mooka Chanel is a 20 something year-old, Los Angeles native currently attending Clark Atlanta University. There she is a Mass Media Arts major tirelessly working to secure the bag. Shine Season can be streamed on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Google Play Music.
 
One day, two longtime friends who are addicted to talking pop culture (seriously they should see someone) decided to pick up some microphones, call up their fellow pop-culture enthusiast Beth, and start a show. They set out to answer one simple question:Why can't listening to a review be just as entertaining as the subject of the review itself?Thus, Son of a Ginger was born. Join the hosts and their rotating crew of guests for episodes full of critical analysis, nerdy talk, and just a dash o ...
 
How have entrepreneurs left their old careers behind and found success in cannabis, and how can you do the same? Green Entrepreneur with Jonathan Small answers that question each week, with inspiring stories of business owners who have taken the cannabis challenge and are now navigating the exciting but unpredictable Green Rush.
 
There have always been many voices saying “This is the way to know God.” Today’s media explosion has created more voices and more confusion. Why then another? Personal connection with other believers cannot be replaced by the mass media. It is much more satisfying to have a deep spiritual relationship with ten believers than to be in a crowd of ten thousand. Every individual is important to God, and His plan involves each one in a very real way. There are things that are important to God tha ...
 
In recent years there has been an explosion of work on, with or through sound by researchers in the social sciences and humanities. Highly interdisciplinary and often undertaken in cooperation with those outside academia, from musicians to professionals, the field of sound studies is increasingly diverse, daring and exciting. Using sonic frames to think through how technology mediates relations, how cultures of perception are learnt and changed, and how the growth and diversity of mass media ...
 
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This podcast episode features a presentation by poet, cultural theorist, writer, translator and independent curator, Ranjit Hoskote, followed by a discussion with architect and writer, Prem Chandavarkar. Ranjit Hoskote walks us through the engagement of an extraordinary set of people who used the mass media of their time to bring their passion, be …
 
Today is the second Sunday of Lent. Every year on this Sunday we hear the story of the Transfiguration of Jesus that took place on a high hill in Galilee; traditionally identified as Mount Tabor. It is a wonderful story for Lent. All show notes at Father Kubicki – Prayer Reflections February 28, 2021 - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio…
 
In an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24, Masrour Barzani, the prime minister of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, said the February 15, 2021 rocket attack on a US-led coalition air base in the Kurdish capital of Erbil that claimed several lives was “definitely a terrorist attack” and that a preliminary probe into the matter has given “a good indicatio…
 
Saturday of the First Week of Lent Saint of the Day: St. Leander of Seville, 534-600; monk who became bishop of Seville; helped to convert the Visigoths; first bishop to introduce the Nicene Creed at mass Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 2/27/21 Gospel: Matthew 5:43-48 All show notes at Daybreak for February 27, 2021 - This podcast produce…
 
Today’s bonus, behind-the-scenes-video: Preparing the Chalice Listen to today’s Lenten Lesson: Mea Culpa Do you remember how Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony begins? Hi, this is Fr. Rocky, with our Tenth Lenten Lesson on the Mass. Beethoven’s Fifth begins with just four notes. But he repeats it over and over, because anything worth doing is worth overdoi…
 
Our most important goal in life should be to get to heaven. Sometimes we can find our way onto the wrong path which leads us away from that goal. Lent is an opportunity to turn around and get back on the right path to Christ. All show notes at Father Kubicki – Prayer Reflections February 27, 2021 - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio…
 
Harnessing the power of thought is fundamental in designing your best life and nourishing your soul. In this season, we share quotes, takeaways from our guests and affirmations to energize your day. Let this season help to awaken your best you, uplift, inspire and bring daily joy. Knowledge is power. In episode 27, we talk about when to support the…
 
Good evening and welcome to “Full Circle,” you're cultural affairs radio magazine On tonight’s show…...I’m back and i will be playing music from all over and some great inspiration artist of our time . We'll go over the history of some of the songs you will here tonight .It’s also our fund drive and show’s goal tonight is 500 dollars. All that and …
 
Is it ok to criticize politicians from the pulpit? How can you allow Lent to be a time of healing? Is having a bunch of kids a good thing? Dr. Stacy Trasancos guest hosts Trending with Timmerie and discusses a video that shows a priest criticizing President Biden and considers the importance of praying for […] All show notes at Criticizing from the…
 
Why is assisted suicide wrong? How can we talk to someone about this issue? Stephanie Gray Connors joins Cale to discuss ways to witness to life and beauty in today’s culture. Debra in CA challenges Stephanie on applying certain principles since each person is different. Mark in CA asks about where to focus efforts – […] All show notes at Thinking …
 
Hour 1 of 2-26-21 A news roundup with Drew on issues facing our country. Reports about an airstrike in Syria which was ordered by President Biden is at the start of the show. Also, it looks like the Equality Act could be passed. It would demolish our religious freedoms and put Catholics at risk of […] All show notes at Working from home/Fasting - T…
 
Hour 2 of 2-26-21 Chaplet of Divine Mercy Chuck Neff, our beloved host on The Inner Life, is saying goodbye. His last show was today, and Drew takes some time to thank him on the air for all he has done. Hear about some of what he plans to do in retirement, and listen to […] All show notes at Chaplet/Goodbye to Chuck Neff - This podcast produced by…
 
Hour 3 of 2-26-21 It’s interesting to note a recent survey which indicates that weekly Mass going Catholics are more likely to vote for a non-Catholic they believe is moral and upholds teachings on life, when it comes to the presidency. Catholics who don’t go to Mass as often are more likely to vote for […] All show notes at Pagans for President Bi…
 
Chuck Neff’s Final Show. Chuck Neff heads off into retirement discussing the name of the show with one of his favorite priests, Father Douglas McKay. Join Chuck Neff, and Father McKay as they discuss The Inner Life and what that means to our faith life. Caller Story – He was told at a retreat […] All show notes at The Inner Life February 26th – Chu…
 
In Nigeria, over 300 schoolgirls were abducted in the northwest of the country: the third such mass kidnapping in three months.Amnesty International has issued a damning report saying Eritrean troops massacred hundreds in the Tigray region of Ethiopia last November. Eritrea has denied the allegations.And in Ghana, an LGBT centre has been forced to …
 
Daily Bible Study- Fr. Simon explains today’s gospel reading and why you should not call your brother Raqa. Word of the Day – Elsewhere Caller Question – Is Mass valid if words are added during the consecration? Caller Question – Do Catholics believe in predestination? ***Originally Aired on February 8th 2021*** All show notes at Father Simon Says …
 
Joe Biden's first phone call to Riyadh going not to MBS but to his dad. the ailing King Salman and this ahead of the declassification of intelligence that links the crown prince to the 2018 murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul: Overnight, we witness the first use of U-S military force on Joe Biden's …
 
HOUR 2 – FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26: Father Mark Matthias discusses the dangers of the Equality Act being debated in the Senate; Bishop Daniel Mueggenborg reflects on Sunday’s gospel about the Transfiguration of the Lord; Christine Flaherty gives an update on LIFENET. All show notes at Equality and Religion/Sunday’s Gospel/LIFENET - This podcast produced …
 
This week, we're focusing on animal welfare in farming. Here in France, nine out of 10 people declare that animal welfare is important to them and lifestyles are changing too. Two-thirds of French people say they've reduced their overall meat intake, while more people have been eating organic and locally produced food during the Covid-19 pandemic. …
 
This week, we're putting the Focus on France's expat community. For French citizens living abroad, the pandemic has played out in a very different way than for their compatriots back home: from political responses to financial and professional consequences, not forgetting travel bans, each adoptive nation has had its own way of handling the crisis.…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has upended professional and student life. In some cases, it has even prematurely forced a mixing of the two, as is the case for would-be doctors in France. Many medical students have gone from the classroom to the medical frontline, all while still having to study for exams. This combination can take a toll on their physical …
 
Man dies on his knees in front of altar in Mexico City church Underground Catholics in China China–Vatican Agreement: Beijing Already Reneges on Appointment of Bishops Rick – I respect the Holy Father but why isn’t the Vatican calling out China? Tom – Question on the Equality Act Did you know that Math is racist? […] All show notes at The Patrick M…
 
Seattle Schools Propose To Teach That Math Education Is Racist—Will California Be Far Behind? California Bill Would Give $1,000 Fines to Retailers with Separate ‘Girls’ and ‘Boys’ Toy Sections Tracy – Comment on the Math. Sounds like by not teaching them they will be more oppressed Franco – Question about the incorrupt bodies of the […] All show no…
 
Patrick comments on the article “The Equality Act and the End of ‘Females’” Patrick asked Louise how she defines “Woman” and she refuses to answer the question Claudio – just doesn’t understand how people can’t see there are only 2 genders Robert – I’m gay and this Equality Act is dangerous for children Cassandra – […] All show notes at The Patrick…
 
Insects have long been touted as a solution to cut the environmental impact of food production. But today they are closer than ever to flooding our supermarket shelves. Europe's food safety authority, EFSA, has approved the humble yellow mealworm safe for consumption, paving the way for insect-based delicacies on a large scale. Down to Earth explor…
 
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. What 'La Brega' Means to Puerto Ricans (First) | Police Reform from the Inside (Starts at 27:00) | MLB and the Negro Leagues (Starts at 56:50) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.By WNYC
 
New settlers keep arriving every day in the West Bank, a Palestinian territory occupied by Israel since 1967. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently ordered the construction of 800 new settler homes there. In this region, which Israel calls by its Biblical name Judea and Samaria, 2.8 million Palestinians live alongside 450,000 Israelis.…
 
Filipinos make up 4 percent of nurses in the U.S. but account for a third of the nurses who have died from COVID-19 nationwide. Tracie Hunte, correspondent for The Experiment — a new series from The Atlantic and WNYC Studios —and Gabrielle Berbey , associate producer for The Experiment, discuss their reporting on how Filipino Americans came to work…
 
As cultural institutions struggle to return to a semblance of normality, some spaces are drawing on all sorts of resources to keep fulfilling their role in society. FRANCE 24's Renaud Lefort took a walk around the French capital, meeting its artists and artisans to see how they're dealing with these unprecedented circumstances.…
 
On February 11, 2011, after almost three decades in power, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned following 18 days of mass protests. But 10 years later, the ideals of the revolution have given way to another authoritarian military regime. On the emblematic Tahrir Square, where thousands of protesters once gathered, even taking out a camera is n…
 
A top US Senate official has ruled that a proposed minimum wage hike must be dropped from the American Rescue Plan. Democrats are trying to speed the $1.9 trillion relief bill through Congress. Meanwhile in Australia, Facebook has ended a week-long media blackout and has tentatively signed deals with three news publishers. This comes after the Aust…
 
Haute couture at its best is a dazzling array of possibilities. It's also increasingly an artform being expressed through the medium of film, with in-person fashion shows still off-bounds thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic. Japanese designer Yuima Nakazato has embraced new techniques both inspired and showcased by model-turned-activist Lauren Wasser, …
 
France's particular brand of secularism, known as "laïcité", is considered a backbone of the French Republic. And yet this separation of church and state is a touchy subject and often misunderstood. Its backers say it's the glue that lets the French live together in harmony despite their differences, but critics say it's anti-religious and increasi…
 
IN THE PRESS – Friday, February 26, 2021: We start in the United States, where debate over a federal minimum wage hike to $15 an hour rages on in the press. We also look at how a carbonara recipe published by the New York Times has sparked outrage and dismay in Italy. We then turn to India, where authorities recently published a road safety ad... w…
 
Plastic pollution in the world's oceans is getting progressively worse, with some predicting there will be more plastic than fish in our seas by 2050. One woman determined to raise the alarm is "trashion" artist Marina DeBris, an oceans activist who transforms everyday rubbish items into high-fashion looks and abstract sculptures. And as you might …
 
Friday of the First Week of Lent Saint of the Day: St. Isable of France, 1225-1270; sister of St. Louis, and daughter of King Louis VIII of France and Blanche of Castile; lived a life of virginity, consecrated to God; ministered to the sick and poor; founded the Franciscan Monastery of the Humility of the […] All show notes at Daybreak for February…
 
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