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Hosted by comedians Ava Smart and Arielle Isaac Norman, Gender Fluids is a podcast based out of Austin, Texas that takes an explicit and unapologetic look into the rarely explored depths of sex and gender. No subject is too far out or third rail for these two queers to discuss. Subscribe to listen in on all the deliciously depraved conversations you'd be fired for having. Not for the faint of heart, weak of mind, or lame of soul!
 
Welcome to The Chicago Bar Association’s @theBar, a podcast where young and young-ish lawyers have interesting and unscripted conversations with their guests about legal news, events, topics, stories and whatever else strikes our fancy.
 
NCAA athletes Erica Spera and Molly DeMellier have always taken shots on and off the court. They know how to get what they want, except when it comes to men. Recently, dating has become a harder to navigate with Erica getting diagnosed with herpes and Molly’s sister/best friend excommunicating herself from the family. But instead of giving up on love, they've made a pact to challenge each other to test modern and old school dating methods. They'll stay in the game and laugh at the rejections ...
 
We believe the evidence and research demonstrates that Post Traumatic Stress is not a disorder but rather an injury that can heal. Each week we tell stories of clients who are creating a new normal of their deciding, free of trauma and PTSD, and the counselors, therapists and coaches using evidence based memory re-consolidation techniques to help them do it. ⚖️ The show is intended to provide encouragement for the listener but is not a substitute for proper treatment. Please seek help from a ...
 
A topsy-turvy science-y history podcast by Sam Kean. I examine overlooked stories from our past: the dental superiority of hunter-gatherers, the crooked Nazis who saved thousands of American lives, the American immigrants who developed the most successful cancer screening tool in history, the sex lives of dinosaurs, and much, much more. These are charming little tales that never made the history books, but these small moments can be surprisingly powerful. These are the cases where history ge ...
 
This is the School Leadership Show. Learn everything you need to know to thrive in school administration. The School leadership show is where ordinary school administrators become extraordinary leaders. The only podcast dedicated to helping practicing and aspiring school leaders realize their potential, advance their careers, and achieve work-life balance, The School Leadership Show brings together the greatest minds from inside and outside of education to deliver you the insights and tools ...
 
Ideas, thoughts, interviews and growth for school leaders. If you are a school principal and are looking to grow your leadership skills, then this is a podcast you want to subscribe to! Curriculum, staff matters, change management, leading innovation and building a great school culture are just some of the topics covered. Grow your leadership for greatest impact in your school - listen to this podcast today.
 
An unfiltered dive into true crime cases of color, dumb crime cases of stupidity and music from indie artists join me, Andre, Battle, and my V O I D cat as we shed light on true crimes of marginalized people. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/bruh-issa-murder/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
 
Tune in each week as the dynamic mother/daughter duo share their adventures. You'll find tips, tricks, lessons and tales from the trail. Mia is a mom, hunting guide, writer and vlogger who lives on a ranch in Colorado. Her daughter, Lea, also a guide, is a passionate young hunter who's finishing high school and prepping for the journey to college. TUNE IN because you never know what obstacles and inspiration they'll encounter as they head outside for new adventures.
 
The 3-time Webby-nominee for Best Host, Best Science show, and Best Podcast Episode dives into the brains of the world's smartest people to provide Action Steps you can take to fight for a better future -- for everyone. Our topics include climate change, food & water, clean energy, biotech, artificial intelligence, medicine, and space. Our diverse guests are on the frontlines of the future: scientists, doctors, farmers, CEO's, astronauts, politicians, even a reverend. "A vital service in an ...
 
Whether we wear a lab coat or haven't seen a test tube since grade school, science is shaping all of our lives. And that means we all have science stories to tell. Every year, we host dozens of live shows all over the country, featuring all kinds of storytellers - researchers, doctors, and engineers of course, but also patients, poets, comedians, cops, and more. Some of our stories are heartbreaking, others are hilarious, but they're all true and all very personal. Welcome to The Story Collider!
 
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Keegan discusses the tragic and terrifying story of the Jonesboro School Shooting (Arkansas, 1998) and a bizarre 1997 story of a family in Georgia who conspired to murder their abusive grandfather. Twitter: @HHKeeganFacebook: Down Home Fear PodcastWebsite: HHKeegan.comDown Home Fear is a Lost Dot Press production.…
 
A major shakeup of the rules around how DNA is used for criminal investigations is being proposed by the Law Commission. The current law is described as outdated, and doesn't properly consider human rights values, Tikanga Māori and the Treaty of Waitangi. Experts and professors say they're encouraged by the recommendations, but concerns around priv…
 
A local government expert says installing a Commissioner at the embattled Invercargill City Council is the most sensible option. The council's under increasing scrutiny after the Department of Internal Affairs requested information in August over rising tensions and serious concerns about their ability to govern. An independent governance review ye…
 
Aucklanders can expect to be paying higher water bills next year, with WaterCare reviewing its pricing as the effects of Covid-19 continue to bite. The council-controlled organisation has faced mounting costs this year with the region experiencing an ongoing drought. Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says the cost of additional water supplies will have to b…
 
Alberta now has more COVID-19 cases than any other Canadian province. Premier Jason Kenney is expected to announce restrictions today, but he has not appeared publicly since Nov. 12. Matt Galloway discusses the implications for Albertan health and politics with Talana Hargreaves, whose family recently tested positive for the virus; Edmonton ICU doc…
 
Corrections chief custodial officer Neil Beales is defending the use of pepper spay at Auckland Women's Prison even on inmates with asthma. Beales said he could not address any of the specifics of the treatment of inmates raised by RNZ today because what happened to those prisoners was subject to an ongoing court case. But he says the use of bombin…
 
Who owns the DNA that you leave on your abandoned coffee mug or a discarded cigarette butt? And should police be able to use samples provided to those website that help you trace your family tree? The 25-year-old law controlling how DNA is used in criminal investigations is now out of step with scientific advances and modern thinking on human right…
 
The Workplace Relations Minister isn't ruling out lifting the minimum wage in line with the living wage. A new report from the Helen Clark Foundation and the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research is calling for the increase, saying it would boost productivity and create a more inclusive economy. Here's political reporter Yvette McCullough.…
 
New Zealand au pair agencies say they will go under unless the government gives them an exemption to bring in overseas workers, which they say allows essential employees like nurses and doctors to do their jobs. Three agencies normally bring in about 1000 live-in childcare workers a year, mainly from Europe. But in 2020 they have not been able to b…
 
A former Dunedin doctor found guilty of killing teenager Amber-Rose Rush continues to deny he was the murderer. Venod Skantha was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum non-parole period of 19 years in March. However he's taken a case to the Court of Appeal against his conviction and sentence. Jonathan Mitchell has been in court.…
 
After weeks of defiance, or some would argue, denial, Donald Trump has started making steps towards conceding defeat. He has authorised the federal agency that handles the transition of power to allow President Elect Joe Biden access to resources. The Trump campaign's legal efforts to overturn the election have almost entirely failed in key battleg…
 
A human rights lawyer says Corrections appears to have broken the law by keeping two women in a segregation unit at Auckland Women's Prison for four months in conditions likened to those of caged animals. Prisoners usually stay two weeks in the unit, known as the pound, and the law sets out rules that need to be followed to keep them in longer - ru…
 
The government is looking to conscript the Reserve Bank to help check the skyrocketing price of housing in New Zealand. The central bank's been copping some blame as cheap credit driven by record low interest fuels the overheated market. Governor Adrian Orr has been pushing back, saying the bank's been acting to its main mandate - inflation and sus…
 
In part 2 of this episode, we’ll explore the theme of cooperation further with two more stories, from a volunteer and an organizer. Our first story is from neuroscientist (and Story Collider senior producer!) Paula Croxson. Longing for connection, Paula decides to volunteer at a local hospital, despite her anxiety about the risks. In our second sto…
 
In this episode we welcome Beverly Engel, a licensed marriage and family therapist of 35 years. Beverly Engel is an internationally recognized psychotherapist and an acclaimed advocate for victims of sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. On the show we identify what emotional abuse actually is, what is normal in a world that has such a skewed unde…
 
The West Indies cricketers are out of quarantine and preparing for three T-20s and two tests against the Black Caps. For one star batsman, the runs have already started to flow and Kiwi kai has been helping to cure the Caribbean home sickness. Darren Bravo scored a century in the three day match against NZ-A in Queenstown which finished in a draw y…
 
A South Auckland councillor is calling for more youth workers in the area after a series of shootings during the weekend. There were six gang-related incidents in Otara on Friday and Saturday - five of which involved gunshots. No one was injured, but police officers were temporarily armed until this morning as they waited for the dust to settle. Re…
 
The new Health Minister says he's very concerned about impending strike action by St John paramedics and is urging all involved to find a resolution. Hundreds of St John paramedics who are First Union members will walk off the job on Wednesday and Saturday because of failed pay negotiations - including a promise to pay time and a quarter for overni…
 
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