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“All of humanity's problems stem from man's inability to sit quietly in a room alone.“ - Blaise Pascal. The Quarantine Tapes: A week-day program from Onassis LA and dublab. Hosted by Paul Holdengräber, the series chronicles shifting paradigms in the age of social distancing. Each day, Paul calls a guest for a brief discussion about how they are experiencing the global pandemic.
 
Bridget’s life is a series of dropped calls. With a gift for gab, an ex-husband in rehab, and down to her last dollar, Bridget’s life takes a desperate turn when she starts vishing over the phone for a shady identity theft ring in order to support her family. Motherhacker is written by Sandi Farkas and executive produced and directed by Amanda Lipitz. The series stars Carrie Coon, Pedro Pascal, Alan Cumming, Lucas Hedges, Tavi Gevinson, Rupert Friend, Alex Goldman and more.
 
SUB CULT has been at the forefront of contemporary techno for more than a decade, with its inception in 2007, when label boss Aka Carl established the imprint and set on his path of relentlessly developing the genre. The record label became a launching pad for nowadays renowned artists like Fer BR, Miche, Rydel, Luky RDU to name but a few, who recognized Carl’s vision and eagerly joined the trendsetting techno community with a hardgroove domain of that time. The roster of artists and list of ...
 
TouchPod is the podcast for TouchRadio, which offers a selection of recordings, live or otherwise, from artists who are affiliated to or whose work appear on Touch, including Oren Ambarchi, Thomas Ankersmit, Leif Elggren, Christian Fennesz, Bruce Gilbert, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Howlround, Philip Jeck, Bethan Kellough, Jiyeon Kim, Tony Myatt, Phill Niblock, BJNilsen, Yann Novak, Stephen O'Malley, People Like Us, Peter 7 Paelinck, Pinkcourtesyphone, Peter Rehberg, Simon Scott, Simon Fish ...
 
In these engaging podcasts, Karen Pascal (Executive Director, Henri Nouwen Society), interviews Christian writers, thinkers and leaders that have all been influenced by Henri Nouwen. They share about Henri’s impact on shaping their own lives, and ways that his ideas continue to resonate and be relevant today. FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram @henrinouwensociety Twitter @nouwensociety Facebook @nouwensociety Pinterest @henrinouwen YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/HenriNouwenTV MORE FR ...
 
Build a business that feels like your favourite outfit & lifts you up instead of draining you down. With each episode, come play Sherlock with Pascale and see what you can do to feel good, look good and be safe in your business. Discover inspiring stories of other people who have created a business based on their values, their desires and lifestyle. Her mantra? You are your main asset. Plus, You’re not on your own to decipher this new world of tech and business, Pascale is here to support you.
 
Welcome to Two Geeks and A Marketing Podcast We are your hosts, the two geeks, Roger Edwards and Pascal Fintoni, here to keep you up to date with the latest news, tech, content and wisdom from the world of marketing. Roger is a man on a mission to keep marketing simple. He is the voice of the Marketing & Finance Podcast and the host of the RogVLOG series. Pascal is also on a mission to demystify digital marketing. He's the host of the Content Marketing Studio video podcast and many other vid ...
 
Enjoy, inspiring and motivating weekly interviews with today's true experts in their field on wellness, personal development, life fulfillment, success and happiness as well as insights from your host; the #1 bestselling author Pascale Gibon. "This is an invitation to you to transform your life one step at a time. Say yes!"
 
Murdertown is a cold case investigation podcast hosted by Gary Pascal and Shannon Noll, two DePaul-trained actors and world-trained journalists. They travel to Chatapicnic, Wisconsin to investigate the state's most notorious unsolved murder: Catskill "Bones" McGillivray, the jovial and beloved mayor of neighboring Briggsville. But Gary and Shannon soon discover that the mystery of Chatapicnic runs much deeper than one man's death - because a bunch of other people are getting murdered all the ...
 
Microtonal Music is music using more than 12 tones per octave. I compose music using Csound and a preprocessor I wrote in Turbo Pascal. I post small updates as the compositions are being created, and a few final versions once I'm done. I strive towards music that could be played if we had the instruments capable of playing the notes. Think of it as "fake but accurate".
 
Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and her special guests as they discuss topics “all 21st century feminists agree on” while confessing their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that underlie their lofty principles. Deborah Frances-White is the 2016 Writers' Guild Award Winner for Best Radio Comedy for her hit BBC Radio 4 series Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice. She is an Edinburgh Fringe regular, screenwriter and is hugely in demand for her corporate seminars.
 
“Als je vrienden wil in politiek, koop dan een hond”, zei Harry Truman ooit. En toch, in Het Kibbelkabinet, een wekelijkse podcast en livestream, bieden Ivan De Vadder, Linda De Win, Pascal Dossche en Wouter Verschelden nét dat wat de Wetstraat mist ... Een luisterend oor, een schouder om op te te leunen, wat (stout) advies en raad aan een politieke gast. Als beste stuurlui aan wal van de Wetstraat, maken ze samen de analyse en geven ze hun kijk op de week.
 
Susan Pascal is president of The Athena Fortune Company, her own business consulting and public relations firm. She also writes for Examiner.com as the L.A.Successful Women Entrepreneurs. She is an expert in creating greater visibility, credibility and growth for businesses.
 
The title character in Ibsen's drama, Ellida Wangel, is married to a prosperous doctor, but feels stifled by her roles as wife and stepmother to her husband's two daughters by a previous marriage, Hilde and Bolette. Ten years earlier she had promised to marry another man - and on a sultry summer day, he comes back to her. Ellida must decide whether to choose the safety of her life with Wangel, or to yield to the siren song of the sea. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett)CastDr. Wangel: Bruce PirieEl ...
 
Be inspired by stories of endurance, speed and adventure from inspiring every day female runners and triathletes from around the world. And learn from some of the top female experts. Presented by Rachael Woolston, owner of the digital content platform, Girls Run the World and journalist for Runner's World, Women's Running UK and more.
 
Load Management is a weekly podcast centered around everything happening in sports. From NBA drama to NFL madness, the Complex Sports team has it all covered. The podcast will cover the sports world through the lens of the Complex Sports perspective, with hosts Zach “Chopz" Frydenlund, Adam Caparell, and Zion Olojede commenting on the biggest stories in all of sports.
 
Pascal Auclair has been immersed in Buddhist practice and study since 1997, sitting retreats in Asia and America with revered monastics and lay teachers. He has been mentored by Joseph Goldstein and Jack Kornfield at the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Massachusetts and Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California, where he is now enjoying teaching retreats. Pascal teaches in North America and in Europe. His depth of insight, classical training, and creative expression all combine in a wi ...
 
The Is That So? podcast tries to get to the bottom of issues that affect every curious mind. From religion, science, technology, philosophy and history there is no bounds to the topics of discussion. Comprised of two young men from Dublin Ireland who with the help of there guests are on a journey for answers in a cloud of questions. We hope you can journey with us and find yourself asking Is That So?
 
Brought to you by Facebook. In addition to remaining active in the open source community and conference circuit, this podcast offers another channel that allows us to highlight the technical work of our engineers who will discuss everything from low-level frameworks to end-user features. Throughout the podcast, two Facebook engineers, Mihaela Ogrezeanu and Pascal Hartig (@passy), will interview mobile developers in the company.
 
‘At The Checkpoint’ Podcast is the place to be for Mountain,Trail and Coastal Running interviews. Just like a Checkpoint in a race these Podcasts are bite sized. The Runners,The Pioneers and not forgetting the Mavericks of the Endurance World will be amongst the guests on the show.Bringing a wealth of Endurance Running and Ultra Organising experience ‘At The Checkpoint’ Podcast Is hosted by the blister giving Huw Williams and his unique interview style which guarantee a very entertaining and ...
 
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In this episode with Dr. Douglas Groothuis, Professor of Philosophy at Denver Seminary, we discuss Blaise Pascal and God’s redemption of all good things. We also discuss the 2020 election, Donald Trump, and the metaphysics of a vote. Finally, we close out with a discussion on critical race theory and hope for America.…
 
...................................... FULL TRANSCRIPT ...................................... Hi, I’m Pascale Gibon and welcome to episode 164 of The Everyday Life Balance Show. Thank you for listening to today’s show. Let’s dive into another tool to build inner strength. As part of How to Build Your Inner Strength Series. The third way to build yo…
 
Beth Pascall finished the Bob Graham Round in 14 hours 34 minutes - taking 50 minutes off the previous best back in July this year. Seb catches up with her to chat about it as well as covering training and tips. Sebs details Sponsors:Salomon: https://www.salomon.com/en-gbSuunto: https://www.suunto.com/en-gb/Petzl: https://www.petzl.com/GB/enTORQ Fi…
 
Pedro Pascal rumor Giancarlo Esposito interview with people magazine... Tony Gilroy steps down as director of Cassian series. Hasbro Pulse con Has labs the Razorcrest, tier 1 was met and teir 2 is baby Yoda Ahsoka lightsaber with possible Rosario cover art Mando Monday Squadrons comes out this Friday! D23 comes back in 2022 John Powell has announce…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with host Piya Chattopadhyay:• The throne speech and Indigenous relations with Pam Palmater• The purpose of public education in society with Charles Pascal• Two names for the same season on Word Processing with Ben Zimmer• A family's turbulent history in Taiwan's lush landscape with Jessica J. Lee• How food can be i…
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Travis Alabanza Episode 224: Black Trans Lives Matterwith special guest Kuchenga and music from Bumi Thomas. Recorded 29 September via Zoom. Released 19 October 2020. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. Be Well Workshops. https://guiltyfeminist.com/be-well/ …
 
Colin, Brooke, Matt, and Sam chronicle their Galaxy's Edge adventure they had this past weekend together! New Lightsabers at Galaxy’s Edge! Changes at Galaxy’s Edge Orlando! Chewie Mode ACHIEVED on Smugglers Run!!! Shoutout to Cast member David M. ! Chewie Mode Tutorial! Star Tours Planet Discussion Sam’s thoughts on Rise of the Resistance Conversi…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with host Piya Chattopadhyay:• The U.S. 2020 election, according to Facebook• The Toronto Raptors turn 25• Word Processing: The election edition• A 'viral' birdsong makes new revelations about animal culture• Canada's unsung healthcare heroes: Minnie AkparookFor more, visit: www.cbc.ca/1.5764900…
 
In this week's episode of "Henri Nouwen, Now & Then," long-time friend of Henri's and author - Nathan Ball, discusses the 'ministry' of fundraising that Henri Nouwen wrote about in his classic book "A Spirituality of Fundraising." We also get a preview of a related upcoming FREE Webinar on October 28, 2020 EST.* EPISODE PAGE: http://henrinouwen.org…
 
Alex Kachuta joins me from Transylvania to discuss what's wrong with liberalism and how she became "post-liberal". She's lived and worked all over Europe working in tech and media as quintessential high-achieving "anywhere" but she found that she's really been a "somewhere" all along and returned home. We also discuss her favorite anonymous account…
 
On episode 117 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by musician Steve Roach. Steve talks with Paul about what has and has not changed in his life since the beginning of the pandemic. He describes the view from his desert studio, where he has been working in solitude, a practice that originated long before this moment of quarantine. …
 
On this very special Championship edition of the podcast, NBA champion Jared Dudley joins Chopz, Adam, and Zion to talk about the Lakers run to a title, what it was like in the bubble, the celebration, why the Clippers didn't make it, the Lakers outlook for next season, and much more. Later, the guys picked every NFL game for week 6 and shared thei…
 
On this episode of CU at the Libraries, CU Boulder Government Information and Civic Literacy librarian Allan Van Hoye navigates the vast landscape of information and misinformation with Assistant Professor of Advertising, Public Relations & Media Design Toby Hopp and Political Science Associate Professor and Women & Gender Studies Faculty Associate…
 
SUBCULT-regular Rydel is next up on our podcast-series. The Dutch-born Slovenian crowd-pleaser lined up some of his favorite tracks from 2020 for your daily dose of techno-mayhem. Dig in!01. Mark Michael - Solar Storm02. Ronnie Spiteri - Breathe03. Alex Stein - Disclosure04. Heerhorst - Farout05. Ronnie Spiteri - Rough Rider06. Christian Smith - Ju…
 
On episode 120 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by writer Fatima Bhutto. Fatima considers herself a rootless person, talking about her family history of politics and exile has shaped her understanding of home. Paul and Fatima talk about imperialism and how Fatima feels the nature of American power is finally becoming as clear to…
 
The one about 500 Story Questions, Social Media Growth and Bill and Ted Face the Music - TG14 00:00:00 Introduction Here are your hosts, Roger and Pascal. 00:01:14 In the News A selection of announcements and news releases from the world of marketing and technology that caught our attention. 00:06:32 Content Spotlights  ROGER: 4 tips for using soci…
 
On this week’s Getting Curious, Dr. Elizabeth Rule joins Jonathan to discuss contemporary Native American rights and representation. She and Jonathan cover reproductive justice, tribal sovereignty, and the incredible work that Dr. Rule is doing to illuminate the relationship between Native history and contemporary Native Americans’ experiences and …
 
On episode 115 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber talks with journalist Nomi Prins. With a long history writing about Wall Street and the economy, Nomi talks about her decision to return to finish her PhD during quarantine. Then, their conversation turns to what has been happening in the national and global economy as a result of the pandem…
 
On this week's podcast, Chopz, Adam, and Zion talk some NFL action and Chopz has a meltdown over the Browns before ESPN anchor Cassidy Hubbarth joins the guys to talk about the bubble, NBA Finals, next season, and more. To wrap the episode, NBA Champion Iman Shumpert joins the crew to talk about his new music, getting back into the NBA, playing wit…
 
On episode 114 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by writer Andrew Solomon. Paul and Andrew consider the psychological effects of the pandemic, wondering about the impact this moment of isolation and fear of one another will have on all of us. Andrew has written a great deal about the stigma surrounding depression and mental healt…
 
The Guilty FeministPresented by Deborah Frances-White and Jessica Fostekew Episode 223: Finding Joy in Starting Overwith special guest Katie Melua. Recorded 26 September in London. Released 12 October 2020. The Guilty Feminist theme by Mark Hodge and produced by Nick Sheldon. Be Well Workshops. https://guiltyfeminist.com/be-well/ More about Deborah…
 
This week on The Sunday Magazine with host Piya Chattopadhyay:• Matthew Herder on why Canadians deserve greater transparency from the federal government• Samuel Veissière explains why we gather• Ibram X. Kendi on race and racism in the U.S. under the Trump presidency• Marilynne Robinson explores the legacy of segregation in the U.S.For more, visit:…
 
Systemic Racism – where is the church on this? In this episode of "Now & Then", Rev. Michael Blair, General Secretary of the United Church of Canada, challenges us with this question. EPISODE PAGE: http://henrinouwen.org/now-then-michael-blair/LISTEN on iTUNES: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/henrinouwensociety/id1468489942?ign-mpt=uo%3D4LIST…
 
Actor and director Tim Robbins joins Paul Holdengräber for an insightful discussion on art and politics in episode 113 of The Quarantine Tapes. Tim talks about his experience touring with The New Colossus, a play exploring immigration that found an eager and engaged audience all across the US. Tim offers his vision for the return of theatre after t…
 
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