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Let's talk about OPM, with the country's leading musicians themselves. "Aux Lang" breaks down our favorite songs, and lets us in on the stories and elements behind every stanza. Hosted by Tina Arceo-Dumlao, author of "Himig at Titik: A Tribute to OPM Songwriters". "Aux Lang" is an Inquirer Podcasts production. Powered by PumaPodcast.
 
A podcast that makes economics fun and relevant. It equips listeners with information and an understanding of economic concepts, and enables them to connect these to current events. Hosted by University of the Philippines economists JC Punongbayan, Marianne Joy Vital, and Jeff Arapoc.
 
A podcast on everything you've always wanted to know about sex and female pleasure. Licensed psychologist and sex and relationships therapist Rica Cruz has made it her mission to help us women learn and own our sexual selves. We'll talk about everything you've always wanted to know about sex and female pleasure, and help each other embrace and unleash our inner sexy goddesses.
 
In this series by PumaPodcast, we check on President Rodrigo Duterte's still ongoing war on drugs. We do our own knocking and inquiring; our own katok and hangyo. We talk to parents, spouses, researchers, community workers, artists, church leaders, and government officials, to ask, "Kumusta"? How are you? What happened? How has it all been, since those doors to Filipino homes opened--or burst open? Tokhang sa Tokhang, as we would say. Tao po, kumusta ang Tokhang?
 
Communication is powerful. So let's talk about it! In this podcast, WiseOwl, a group of communicators for social change, sit down with strategists, advocates, academics, creatives, and other experts about how we can use communication to create positive change. Let's have more conversations that make us think about issues that make an impact. Give A Hoot with us! Powered by PumaPodcast.
 
What is Pinoy pop culture? It's TV, movies, toys, music, places, food, nostalgia and context. It's shared and personal. It's super random and super specific. "Super Random" is the podcast that will discuss and deconstruct everything you forgot you loved and the things you don't want to admit you love. Hosted by fanboy supreme Ruel S. De Vera. "Super Random" is an Inquirer Podcasts production. Powered by PumaPodcast.
 
On November 23, 2009, a convoy of journalists and members of the Mangudadatu clan were on their way to file the certificate of candidacy of aspiring Maguindanao governor Toto Mangudadatu. But they never made it to their destination. Their bodies were found riddled with bullets; many of them buried in mass graves. 58 people were killed in this massacre—the deadliest attack on Filipino journalists and the worst case of electoral violence in the country—all because the ruthless Ampatuan clan wa ...
 
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With the elections drawing near, alam na natin ang ilan sa mga maaasahan natin: nuisance candidates sa filing of COCs; LSS-inducing campaign jingles; at (aminin) bagong listahan ng mga taong i-a-unfollow mo sa social media. But these are the least of our worries. Politicians are going digital, and we should beware of fake news and disinformation. B…
 
Can I take Astra now and Pfizer later? Dr. DJ Bandoy breaks down the recent studies that mix and match COVID-19 vaccine doses. For a link to the study: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(21)01115-6/fulltext For more questions: askdocbandoy@gmail.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The Philippines is among the last countries in Asia-Pacific to recover from COVID-19, according to Moody’s Analytics. The yearlong lockdown has further widened the gap between the rich and the poor. Jose Ramon Albert, a senior research fellow of the Philippine Institute for Development Studies, talks about the investments that should be made if we …
 
It’s not as simple as waving a flag. Why did the Philippines have two Independence Days? And who is this mystery American called “The Stranger”, and what was he doing at the signing of our constitution? Historian Sab Schnabel and history nerd Ceej Tantengco of “What’s AP? Araling Panlipunan Rebooted” take you back in time. See omnystudio.com/listen…
 
Alam nating laganap ang fake news sa social media, pero kilala ba natin ang mga tao sa likod nito? Jonathan Ong, the academic behind "Architects of Network Disinformation", explains how the business of trolling works. Spoiler alert: You'll hear all about a strategist na feeling "Game of Thrones" character lang. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
 
Like many Filipinas, sex and relationships therapist Dr. Rica Cruz and fellow psychologist Kay Bunagan grew up in households where sex was a taboo topic. So how did they learn about sexual selves? Plus, a discussion about active decision making. What is it, and why is it so important in sexual situations? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
Filipino fisherfolk are already grappling with the intrusion of Chinese vessels, declining catch, and poverty. Now there’s a new development that might make the situation even worse. Experts from Oceana Philippines explain the issue—and why we should all be concerned. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The voice over industry makes commercials, live events, and Tagalized films come to life, and most people believe that you need a golden voice for it. Ariane Astorga, voice talent and host of the Candid Headlines podcast (tinyurl.com/candidheadlines), talks about the unseen work that goes into voice over. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
The Philippines' first sex podcast for women, by women is coming back for a second season! This June, we'll go even deeper into Filipinas' experiences in our conservative society, and how we can empower ourselves to live our best, sexy lives! Hosted by sex therapist Dr. Rica Cruz. A PumaPodcast production. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
 
Magnanakaw! Magnanakaw! May kumuha ng... halaman ko??? Theft, poaching, and skyrocketing prices are just some of unintended consequences of the thriving ornamental plant industry. Let's learn more from Usapang Econ hosts Maien Vital, Jeff Arapoc, and JC Punongbayan; as well as from a certified plantita, and someone from the Bureau of Plant Industry…
 
There are almost 1000 stateless Japanese descendants in the Philippines. Without government intervention, they may die missing a piece of their identity. Ricardo Jose and Jocelyn Celero of UP Diliman’s History Department and Asian Center explain the struggles of a community that was left behind. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
India has become the new epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic with 400,000 daily cases and 4000 deaths. But if we look at the positivity rate and vaccination rate, it is not that far from the Philippines. Dr. DJ Bandoy explains. For more questions about COVID-19, email us at askdocbandoy@gmail.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A fire claimed the lives of more than a hundred students and young people on March 18, 1996. What have we learned about the tragedy? Ret. Gen. Warlito Daus, fire investigator, and Mikael Angelo Francisco, science journalist and editor-in-chief of Flipscience.ph tell us more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Colonizers wanted us to believe that our ancestors were savages. Our pre-colonial gold tells a different story. Dr. Nina Capistrano-Baker of the Ayala Museum joins the What’s AP team to take you into the Kingdom of Butuan and share how its golden treasures were discovered and preserved. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Kaya mo na bang bumuhay ng halaman? Araw-araw mo na ba silang kinakausap at dinidiligan? Isa ka na rin ba sa mga dumayo sa probinsya para lang makabili ng rare ornamental plants? Sa unang episode ng Usapang Econ Podcast, season two, pag-usapan natin ang pag-usbong ng plant industry sa gitna ng pandemic! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy infor…
 
Inday Espina-Varona talks about the bittersweet observation of World Press Freedom Day in the Philippines. We celebrate colleagues who have stood by truth despite threats and violence. At the same time, we take note of attacks that have taken lives, closed media big and small, and made journalists ask, “Is this all worth it?” See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
Jazz Nicolas has a lot to celebrate, including the 40th anniversary of his father’s hit “Mr. Musikero” and the long career of Itchyworms. Host Tina Arceo-Dumlao speaks with Jazz about his father’s legacy and the essential Itchyworms song list. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Inquirer Podcasts
 
COVID-19 variants similar in strength and characteristics are popping up in different parts of the world. The immediate response of the government is to close its borders. But are these variants even related? Dr. DJ Bandoy explains.For more questions about COVID-19, email us at askdocbandoy@gmail.com. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
We always say that Tagalog, Bisaya, Ilocano, Ilonggo, Ilocano, Bicolano, and all our languages are genderless. But while Filipino is neutral in terms of gender, does that mean that our culture and thinking is gender neutral, too? Apparently not. Asan ang pruweba? Nasa Google mismo. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Patreng Non started a community pantry with one goal: to feed the hungry. But as the movement gained popularity and was replicated in other communities, the NTF-ELCAC began questioning it, and Non. Listen to this Rights Under Lockdown episode with Atty. Ted Te on the government’s red-tagging of community pantries. See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
 
Eight corporations have been consistent top plastic waste polluters for the past three years. We spoke with Jeff Chua from Greenpeace, one of the organizations behind the Break Free from Plastics campaign, about keeping manufacturers accountable. We also talked about another contributor to waste: our response to the pandemic. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
Outbreaks and diseases, often with society-ending repercussions, have been a widely used plot point in many works of fiction. Dr. Theresa Mundita Lim, Executive Director for the ASEAN Center for Biodiversity, talks to us about COVID-19 as a zoonotic disease, and how we can help prevent science fiction from becoming science fact. This podcast was pr…
 
President Duterte himself has been very vocal about his diseases. His spokesmen say time and time again that he’s healthy for his age. It’s a long list of illnesses suffered by the president, let’s take a look at all of them. Check out Huli Sa Balita for the full explainer https://spoti.fi/2QrzsLZ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information…
 
Linmae Co used to go to UP Diliman with her father, Leonard, who taught biology there. He would tour her around and show her the wildlife that grew on campus. Once, he pointed to a native dita tree, and said, this was where he wanted to be buried. She fulfilled that wish sooner than anyone would have imagined. See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
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