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Water Cooled Potato is your guide to the absurd and obsolete tech of the past, present and future. Each week John and Kevin discuss a different piece of useless, obsolete or just plain weird tech. This podcast can be found on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and Spotify. Email us at WCPPodcastmail@gmail.com If you'd like to support us on Patreon visit: www.patreon.com/watercooledpotato
 
EconTalk: Conversations for the Curious is an award-winning weekly podcast hosted by Russ Roberts of Shalem College in Jerusalem. The eclectic guest list includes authors, doctors, psychologists, historians, philosophers, economists, and more. Learn how the health care system really works, the serenity that comes from humility, the challenge of interpreting data, how potato chips are made, what it's like to run an upscale Manhattan restaurant, what caused the 2008 financial crisis, the natur ...
 
Yara is the world's crop nutrition leader with over 100 years of experience. In collaboration with customers and partners, Yara grows knowledge to responsibly feed the world and protect the planet, to fulfill its vision of a collaborative society, a world without hunger and a planet respected. Our crop nutrition solutions and precision farming offerings allow farmers to increase yields and improve product quality while reducing environmental impact.
 
“Your twenties are going to be extremely easy!” said no one, ever. Join future psychologist, Brian; air force veteran/pussy(cat) aficionado, Emily; and potato enthusiast, Kylee every Friday as they take a deep dive into topics that the adults conveniently forgot to talk to us about during early adulthood. Episode topics will range from mental health, racism, finances, love & sex, all the way to what to do with yourself after high school. If you find yourself just floating, and unsure of how ...
 
It's the trans-global satiricast that leaves no hot potato unbuttered. Andy Zaltzman breaks down the news with comedians from across the world including Alice Fraser, Hari Kondabolu, John Oliver, Nish Kumar, and his sister Helen. Hear our new show, The Last Post: http://pod.link/TheLastPost Follow us on YouTube. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Oliver Gray and Rich Williams are sent to their rooms to have a good think about what they’ve done. With numerous references to accidental drinking, missed opportunities and Birgit’s potato salad, this cautionary tale is the story behind the stories – the perfect audio companion to Oliver’s never-ending series of books about things people don't usually write books about.
 
Artist in Residency is a radio exhibition for contemporary artists working with sound (in whole or as part of their medium). The first invited artist is Emilia Bergmark. Emilia graduated from the Royal Danish academy in 2018 with a masters in Fine Art. Emilia personifies inanimate objects and common animals to express labor economics within modern society. However, she does it with a wink and a smile. If you want to know more about Emilia, feel free to write to us or follow her on instagram ...
 
Welcome to our podcast, it's available on Spotify, iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher and lots of other places. What's it about? Well, it has three sections, food in Hong Kong (with a restaurant review), a bit of futurology (because why not) and pop culture (basically films Ben hasn't seen). Have a listen, comment, subscribe and follow us if you like it and tell your friends if you found it more than mildly distracting. Also, if you feel moved for more direct contact, you can always email us at no ...
 
Canadian Couch Potato is a podcast designed to help you become a better investor with index funds and ETFs. It is hosted by veteran journalist, blogger, and portfolio manager Dan Bortolotti. Dan offers straight-up, practical advice for Canadians who want to learn more about index investing, whether they manage their own portfolios or work with an advisor. Episodes typically feature an interview with an expert on a specific investing or financial planning topic. In a segment called “Bad Inves ...
 
This is the stuff you millionaires in the making need to know to kick start or propel you on your financial fitness journey. Tracey Bissett, Founder of Bissett Financial Fitness and award winning Financial Literacy Champion, gives you the straight goods each week to set yourself up for financial success. As a former executive at TD Bank, one of Canada's Big 5 Banks, Tracey has worked with and in support of thousands of individuals and entrepreneurs to secure the financing they needed. This h ...
 
Welcome to Fidelity International's monthly asset allocation podcast hosted by Richard Edgar, Editor in Chief. Each month we dive into the latest market trends with Fidelity's asset allocation group, asking them how they're positioned and why. What will the portfolio managers reveal about their investment strategies? What are the team's hot cakes this month? And what would they drop like a hot potato? If you enjoy Rich Pickings then be sure to try our other podcast, 'Fidelity Answers'. From ...
 
If you want real talk and real truths about what is possible for you in all aspects of life then the So Much More Show is for you. Wellness, entrepreneurship, relationships, and business knowledge bombs will be dropped in every episode. Tune in to hear Carol Elizabeth, former couch potato turned 2-time international fitness pro and once stay at home mom turned legacy entrepreneur share how she found her strength after 40 to reclaim her life. You will learn from Carol's guests the real story ...
 
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This week Shawn, Scott, Rick, and Jen take a look at all the ways that the land of Oz has been adapted into film and TV. Which versions of Oz were done with the love and care that it respects? Which ones were thrown together? Some of the titles we talk about are The Wizard of Oz, The Wiz, Return to Oz, The Muppets Wizard of Oz, Wicked, Once Upon A …
 
Soils are seen by some as the Cinderella of the environment, but soil scientists say they're vital for cleaning water and storing carbon and it's about time we monitored them as regularly as we would our cars.Scotland's rural tourism businesses are gearing up to welcome visitors once more. Caroline Millar runs luxury holiday cottages on her family …
 
This week our good friend Brad stopped by the show. We caught up on what is new in his world of running and brewing beers. We had some pretty great conversations about all sort of stuff. If you are interested in checking out the brewery, coffee, hot sauces and everything else we spoke about tonight check out the website. Mount Gretna Craft Brewery …
 
Spring has sprung and it brings with it publisher sales. Are subscription services an even brighter future for indie games? Either way it takes tremendous effort to get your game done. Sort of like learning a new language that requires sounds that have never come out of your mouth before.By Raw Fury
 
What happens when you mash Facebook and blogging together? Bebo. And oh boy is it a repeating rolarcoaster. Episode archive on Google Drive Email us at WCPPodcastmail@gmail.com to suggest topics, or just to say hi! If you enjoy the podcast consider supporting us on Patreon. Your support will help us pay for hosting and get better recording equipmen…
 
Mike Myers writes and stars in the 2008 movie that derailed his career as a force of character comedy. Hot off the heels of Austin Powers - but without his director Jay Roach who wanted to move more into political films - this would become the only director credit for Marco Schnabel who now works on NCIS. Also starring Jessica Alba, Justin Timberla…
 
Toni Harris Taylor is, “The Coach that Connects™.” She helps her clients to take drastic steps to get drastic results. Toni helps entrepreneurs who struggle with finding clients and closing sales to get known, get connected and get paid so that they can create the business they desire. Her mission is to touch, move, and inspire entrepreneurs to tak…
 
Scottish Salmon Producers say the Government is 97% out on its export figures for January. HMRC statistics show a big drop in salmon exports to the EU this January after Brexit, but Scottish producers say they actually sent more than at the same time last year. Hamish MacDonnell, from the Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation, says despite rising …
 
Billedkunstner Signe Boe spiller i aftenens afsnit af Absalon Radio en række værker, der handler om sang, samarbejde og solen. Sunset Provision Choir var et baglænssyngende kor bestående af Sofie Amalie Andersen, Nathalie Cohn og Signe Boe, der i løbet af 2020 lavede en række live performances, hvor de sang kendte sange om solen baglæns. I aftenens…
 
England’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty are under threat from ‘reckless development’ according to CPRE, the countryside charity, which is calling on the government to halt it. AONB’s are given extra legal protections to preserve some of the country’s outstanding landscapes, but it is possible to get permission to build in them. CPRE says that…
 
The export of bivalve molluscs from Class B waters to the EU for human consumption came to a halt as of the 1st January. It’s had a devastating impact on mollusc farming businesses. DEFRA said they had had assurances from the EU that the trade WOULD still be able to go ahead after Brexit, and that the EU has changed the rules. Now, we get a respons…
 
#324 Double Mastermind - Rich is still going on about his ball. This is going to be the case for the best part of the next year or two, so buckle in (and while you’re buckled, check your bits). His guest is the actor, podcaster, author, blogger, erstwhile stand up and opera singer, Andi Osho. Not only has she had immense quiz show success for Rich …
 
The world of insurance and financial services can be difficult to understand if you're not working in the industry. Feeling ready for any financial emergency takes a lot of financial knowledge and preparedness, so to help us understand this complex industry a bit more and share his advice for anyone looking to fill the gaps in their financial life …
 
Spring flush for citrus is a critical growth stage. John Martzen, agronomist with GAR Bennett, joins Vanessa Dominguez (Vicencio) to talk about some of the nutritional concerns and strategies. Zinc and Manganese are important to maximize growth and fruit development during this time. Read Vanessa's article we mentioned and sign up for the Citrus Ne…
 
This week, we had a lot to talk about. A lot of movie casting news, Godzilla vs Kong continuing to dominate the box office, new movie trailers for two big films coming this summer, movie theaters closing and our As Seen On A Saturday Night film, Coherence. This week's charity foundation is: National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) nami.org Time S…
 
It’s a year since the ‘Pick for Britain’ campaign was launched by the government, with the aim of employing British pickers for fruit and vegetables, replacing overseas staff who were unable to travel to the UK because of Covid restrictions. Now it's been closed. Instead, the National Farmers Union has issued guidance for horticultural farms to con…
 
Join me in this weeks podcast where I have re stared a project to turn an area of my garden into a wildflower/ orchard / herb garden area. I also share the latest from the plots. The diary This week on the plot I have visited the allotment every night to do a few minutes weeding. This has really helped me feel like the workload is being reduced. At…
 
Terriers have won Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show 48 times. Dachshunds? Never. Listener Yona wants to know why terriers triumph but dachshunds don’t get their due. Dog show judge Laurie Williams and dachshund-diehard Kim McCalmont take us behind the scenes of the dog show world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone…
 
Sociologist and author Mark Rank talks about his book, Poorly Understood, with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. Rank looks at a wide variety of aspects of poverty. He argues that many widely-held views on poverty are inaccurate, and in particular he argues that most Americans will be poor at some point in their lives. This is a wide-ranging and lively c…
 
David Maxwell finds out all about slugs; the good, the bad and the well….Should gardeners’ get rid of them all and what are the best methods to limit their damage without harming the environment? There will be advice from many familiar Gardeners’ Corner voices on how they deal with this problem pest. Also on the programme, making raised beds; what …
 
As the dust settles after new rules came into force for exporting to the EU, Charlotte Smith investigates how food and farming businesses are coping. In January, there were some serious problems, but this week figures from the Office for National Statistics suggested trade between the UK and the EU partially recovered in February. However, trade wa…
 
Last week we got lots of news about some of the upcoming projects that Star Trek is working on. Now we're talking about stuff like what Janeway is supposed to be doing on Prodigy, how Q will be worked in to Picard's second season, and why Discovery changed their uniforms again. Come check it out and visit us at InfinitePotato.com!…
 
#323 Mothersacker - Like the bravest person who has ever lived Richard is still churning out podcasts, even though he’s just 5 days out of chemotherapy. But what super powers has it given him? He starts a little weary, but the power of podcasts soon rallies him, thanks to his open and hilarious guest, 1990s Gamesmaster legend Dominik Diamond. They …
 
Wouldn't it be nice if we could see how the roots of a plant respond to treatments? Dr. Isaac Madsen, Extension Agronomist at Washington State University, teaches us about the innovative work he as been doing with scanner technology and root observation. What is the advantage of looking at roots instead of at the shoots? What crops can we do this w…
 
No matter what news or social media you consume, I am certain that you have heard people talking about Non-Fungible Tokens. A non-fungible token (or NFT for short) is a unit of data on a digital ledger called a blockchain, where each NFT can represent a unique digital item. Therefore, they are not interchangeable, hence non-fungible. In this episod…
 
Join me in this weeks podcast where I share my tips for when gardening becomes overwhelming. I also have a question from a listener about companion planting and I have the latest from the plots. The diary This week the weather has been surprising. Snow appeared here and we hardly ever get snow here. That didn't stop me from sowing seeds and prickin…
 
This week, we talk Netflix getting some big films in the next few years, big film release date shake up for next year, Rocky Balboa no more? One of our most anticipated film of next year finally started filming and Moral Statute Machine! News: 00:50 - 04:10 WDIJW Week: 04:35 - 10:25 As Seen On A Saturday Night: 10:30 - 24:10 Meals on Wheels America…
 
I denne artist in residency episode vil vi præsentere to separate lydværker af kunstneren Marie Raffn. Det første lydstykke Sticka stick a stack er en fortolkning af et strikkemønster. Lydværket indgik i soloudstillingen Seemingly so contained like it's leaking but lacking a crack, octave, put a purl in it and another little less, parry contre sixt…
 
I denne artist in residency episode vil vi præsentere to separate Hörespiel af kunstneren Marie Raffn. Det første Robe. Robe? Rope., er skabt til udstillingen La Robe Chinoise Vol. 1, hvor lyden af et flerstemmigt syerskekor loopede i udstillingsrummet hos Delfi i Malmö. Lydværket er produceret på Nida Art Colony og indspillet i samarbejde med elle…
 
Da billedkunstner Signe Boe blev færdig fra Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademis Billedskoler i 2017 vidste hun at hun kort tid efter skulle på et arbejdsophold i Spanien. Hvad hun ikke vidste var at én, hun kendte tog med og lavede en detektivrapport om hende. Detektivrapporten var tænkt som en gave, som Signe Boe kunne bruge til at lave et fremtidi…
 
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