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The Internet's only live, weekly, visual journalism roundtable dicussion podcast. Each week we bring on new and interesting subject matter experts to talk about the news, topics and gear that affect the photojournalism, broadcast journalism and documentary filmmaking career fields. Learn more about the show, continue the discussion or discover our various social media outlets at www.aroundthelens.com.
 
From the Genesis Communications Network: The Paracast is a paranormal radio show that takes you on a journey to a world beyond science, where UFOs, poltergeists and strange phenomena of all kinds have been reported by millions. The Paracast seeks to shed light on the mysteries and complexities of our Universe and the secrets that surround us in our everyday lives. Join long-time paranormal researcher Gene Steinberg, co-host J.Randall Murphy, and their roster of special guest experts and expe ...
 
Movies! Music! Celebrities embarrassing themselves! KEEP IT has it all. Each week, Ira Madison III, Louis Virtel, and Aida Osman are joined by comedians, journalists, actors, musicians, activists, politicians and more to discuss the latest ways pop culture and entertainment are intersecting with politics and society. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
 
Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
The American Monetary Association is a non-profit venture funded by The Jason Hartman Foundation that is dedicated to educating people about the practical effects of monetary policy and government actions on inflation, deflation and freedom. Our goal is to help people prosper in the midst of uncertain economic times. The American Monetary Association believes that a new and innovative understanding of wealth, value, business and investment is necessary to thrive in the new reality of big gov ...
 
Abbey Arts presents exclusive live recordings from THE ROUND, a music & arts event held monthly in Seattle since 2005. The Round's home venue is Fremont Abbey Arts Center, a nonprofit 501(c)3 venue for intimate concerts, literary & visual arts, storytelling with The Moth, modern dance, and more. Download new recordings including rare collaborations between musicians. Past performers at The Round include: Damien Jurado, Mary Lambert, Rosie Thomas, Jesse Sykes, David Bazan, John Van Deusen (Th ...
 
Hermitix is a podcast focusing on one-on-one interviews relating to fringe philosophy, obscure theory, weird lit, underappreciated thinkers and movements, and that which historically finds itself 'outside' the academic canon. The aim of the podcast is to allow autodidactic thinkers, amateur philosophers and the generally curious an insight into the work of thinkers who are often impenetrable to those outside of the academy. With the discussions at Hermitix aiming to be informal idea barrages ...
 
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Nora Gedgaudas is a widely recognized expert on what is popularly referred to as the “Paleo diet”. She is the author of the international best-selling book, Primal Body, Primal Mind: Beyond the Paleo Diet for Total Health and A Longer Life. She is also the author of the best selling ebook: Rethinking Fatigue: What Your Adrenals Are Really Telling Y…
 
Jacob Blumenfeld is a writer, translator, and philosopher based in Berlin. In this episode we discuss his book All Things are Nothing to Me: The Unique Philosophy of Max Stirner, alongside discussions on freedom, German Idealism and egoism. Become part of the Hermitix community: Hermitix Twitter Hermitix Discord Support Hermitix: Subscribe Hermitix…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss The Undoing and the classic genre of “white mess,” Christmas horror movie Happiest Season, Grammy nominations, Megan thee Stallion’s debut album, the new Jim Belushi doc, and Selena Gomez versus the new Saved by the Bell. Plus, Rina Sawayama joins to discuss her addictive debut album SAWAYAMA and her academic approach t…
 
A cheating scandal at the University of British Columbia could see 100 first-year students expelled, and shows just how difficult it is to navigate academic honesty during a pandemic. To discuss the pressure on students and academic institutions alike, Matt Galloway talks to David Draper, a fourth-year political science student at the University of…
 
When should the response to COVID-19 be led by politicians elected to set public policy, and when should it be led by the doctors who understand the science behind the virus? To discuss how the pandemic has pitted science against politics in the eyes of the public, we hear from Stephen Meek, director of the Institute for Policy and Engagement at th…
 
The Nutcracker won't be gracing stages in the usual way this year, but there are efforts underway to find new ways to bring it to audiences. We talk to Heather Ogden, principal dancer with the National Ballet of Canada, and Chan Hon Goh, director of the Goh Ballet Academy and Youth Company, Canada, about why the classic ballet still resonates.…
 
As winter takes hold, Toronto carpenter Khaleel Seivwright has been building tiny shelters for unhoused people. But city officials say they're unsafe and have threatened legal action. We hear from Seivwright and discuss the scale of the crisis with Cathy Crowe, a street nurse and a distinguished visiting practitioner in politics and public administ…
 
The pandemic has led to what’s been called a she-cession, forcing many women out of employment. We speak to Janel Sherise, a mother who had to choose between work and child care, but is finding new ways to make a living. And we discuss what a “she-covery” might look like with Dawn Desjardins, deputy chief economist with RBC, and Anjum Sultana, nati…
 
Gene and Randall present a special return appearance by writer, educator and blogger MJ Banias, who will discuss a new media venture in which he is involved, The Debrief, which is described as "science, technology, and defense news for the bold and rebelliously curious." The discussion covers a range of UFO-related topics and also SETI and the hope…
 
Kevin Carson is an American social theorist, self-proclaimed economist and anarchist-without-adjectives. In this episode we discuss his book The Desktop Regulatory State, alongside discussions on capitalism, post-capitalism, anarchism, hierarchy and organization. Carson’s work can be found here: https://kevinacarson.org/ Become part of the Hermitix…
 
Canadians making a fresh start in the pandemic have set off a Nova Scotia real estate boom, and for many that means buying a house far, far away through a screen. Would you do it? Michael Harrison and Jennifer Giesbrecht did, and they tell us about their experience. We also talk to John DeMont, a columnist with the Halifax Chronicle Herald, about t…
 
Canada’s North was largely spared from the first wave of COVID-19, but as cases rise there are difficult decisions that need to be made in order to keep the virus at bay. In Yukon, we talk to Dana Tizya-Tramm, chief of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, about the challenges facing his community; and Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Brendan Hanley…
 
In recent years, tens of thousands of people have died in the Mediterranean Sea trying to get to Europe from Africa and the Middle East. Now, many are trying a new route: across the Atlantic Ocean to reach Spain’s Canary Islands. We talk to Inigo Vila, emergency unit director of the Spanish Red Cross, about the work his organization is doing with p…
 
Food insecurity has grown in the pandemic, with calls for governments to take the pressure off of charities dealing with the issue and make sure people can put food on the table. We talk to Valerie Tarasuk, a founder of the Food Insecurity Policy Research Team at the University of Toronto, and Paul Taylor, executive director of FoodShare Toronto.…
 
As the world waits for a COVID-19 vaccine, the federal government is facing accusations that Canada is at the back of the line, and Canadians will have to wait. Matt Galloway talks to Amir Attaran, a professor of law and public health at the University of Ottawa, who has been warning about getting vaccines to Canadians for months now; and Alan Bern…
 
Krzysztof Nawratek is a lecturer in humanities and architecture at the University of Sheffield. In this episode we discuss his book Total Urban Mobilization: Ernst Junger and the Post-Capitalist City, alongside discussions on community, ethics, Marxism, progress, the forest rebel and more… Nawratek’s book can be purchased here: https://www.palgrave…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss COVID vaccines, why you shouldn’t be traveling for the holidays, and they answer all your burning pop culture and Thanksgiving questions (well, a few of them, we don’t have all day). Plus, Kate Mara joins to talk about her new series A Teacher and what it’s like having a sister (Rooney Mara) as an actress too. Learn mor…
 
Our national affairs panel discusses Canada's response to fast-rising COVID-19 numbers, and why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it might take months before Canadians get access to a vaccine. Matt Galloway talks to Catherine Cullen, a senior reporter with the CBC's Parliamentary bureau in Ottawa; Niigaan Sinclair, a columnist with the Winnipeg Fr…
 
New lockdown orders across the country have come at a crushing time for small business owners told to close — while big box stores stay open. Jolanta Petrycka and Regan Bueti, who run independent businesses in Toronto and Winnipeg, discuss their fears around losing vital holiday period revenue. We also talk to Dan Kelly, president and CEO of the Ca…
 
The pandemic has meant many people who lose loved ones can’t come together to grieve, prompting calls for a national grief strategy to help people through an incredibly tough year. Matt Galloway talks to Nina Vaughan, who lost her dad and aunt this year, and Andrea Warnick, a Canadian Grief Alliance co-founder and a registered therapist who special…
 
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…
 
This is the first Hermitix Monologue, on The Principles of Economics by Carl Menger. The monologues will be released sporadically, but definitely one every 2 weeks. I aim to cycle through 3 currents concurrently, finishing a text or theme in each before moving to the next. The 3 currents are: Austrian Economics, Continental Philosophy and Esoteric …
 
Seven months after 22 people were killed in a shooting rampage that started in Portapique, N.S., an investigation by CBC's The Fifth Estate reveals new details of that night, and what law enforcement knew. We talk to Gillian Findlay, a host on The Fifth Estate, about the findings, and Nick Beaton, whose wife, Kristen Beaton, was killed that night i…
 
SORRY FILM TURKEYS.. NO PARDON FOR YOU THIS YEAR! JAMES GONIS, SHAWN SHERIDAN, LARRY STROTHE, and MATT WEINHOLD, gather 'round the Thanksgiving table once again, to carve up the genre films with the worst reputation. Yes, you survived the TURKEY SHOOT. But can your candied yams handle... TURKEY SHOOT: THE GOBBLING!!!? Just like last year, MONSTER P…
 
Gene and Randall present religious scholar and UFO investigator David Halperin, who expands his views that the phenomenon is caused, not by visitors from other planets, but by our collective unconscious. During this interview, he reflects on the possible causes of three key cases depicted in the James Fox UFO documentary, “The Phenomenon,” and why …
 
Jason Hartman shares his views on migration trends, supply/demand shock, and the pricing power that landlords hold right now. The millennials are a different generation with different renting versus buying trends. This opens up more opportunities for investors. Jason Hartman talks with author, Ken Van Liew, to find out what has changed in wealth bu…
 
Rosemary Barton talks to our national affairs panel about how Canada’s politicians can lead us through the winter amidst worsening COVID-19 conditions. She’s joined by Shachi Kurl, president of Angus Reid Institute, a non-partisan polling agency; Susan Delacourt, national columnist with the Toronto Star; and Daniel Béland, director of the McGill In…
 
Early in the pandemic, Sweden carried on life with few official restrictions. Now, cases are increasing and the government just announced a strict round of COVID-19 measures. We get perspectives for and against that early approach, from Dr. Anna Mia Ekstrom, a professor of global infectious disease epidemiology and an infectious disease physician a…
 
On Wednesday, Jessica J. Lee won the $60,000 Writers' Trust Hilary Weston Prize for Literary Non-Fiction, for her memoir, Two Trees Make A Forest: In Search of My Family's Past Among Taiwan's Mountains and Coasts. She joins us to discuss the connection between family, nature and her ancestral homeland of Taiwan.…
 
In February we spoke to Shawn Bath, a diver who has single-handedly hauled mountains of trash out of the sea off Cupids, N.L. Bath had just received the donation of a boat to help his work, from the family of late Port de Grave fisherman Lindsay Petten. That boat was refurbished and launched this week. Shawn tells us how it went.…
 
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