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Best Diana Hill podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Diana Hill podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Is something taking over your brain? Zombified is a new podcast about how we are vulnerable to being hijacked by things that are not us. From microbes hijacking behavior, to humans influencing each other, to our brains being taken over by social media, we talk about why zombification happens, why we are susceptible to it, and what we can do about it. Hosted by Dr. Athena Aktipis, a Psychology Professor at Arizona State University and the founder of the Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Alliance, an ...
 
Level Up! is a series of interviews featuring successful professionals from all over the world who are making a mark in their lives and others and finding out how they did it so you can learn from the very best. Our interviews will be focused on finding out their principles, strategies, mindsets, habits and tools that you can use and implement in your business, life and mind to get to the next level of your goals.
 
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We are facing an unprecedented challenge of how to work, parent, homeschool, and partner in the time of the Coronavirus Pandemic. During this tragedy, many of us have felt overwhelmed by the nuts and bolts of maintaining our most important life roles. In this episode, Yael and Diana draw from psychology research, personal experience, and Acceptance…
 
ANTHONY ANDERSON and VERNA WILSON explore the controversial case that happened in GARY,INDIANA in 2011 of DEMONIC POSSESSION and HAUNTING! Did all of these things that happened in the home of LATOYA AMMONS, HER MOTHER ROSA CAMPBELL AND HER THREE CHILDREN really occur? Footsteps, doors creaking, shadow figures and it even involved Child Protective S…
 
In this episode, Robyn Walser, a frequent guest of the podcast, and Debbie explore how we can be our “better angels” in the midst of these extreme challenges. We can do this by making values-based decisions, while still caring for ourselves and our loved ones. Dr. Walser discusses strategies for effectively caring for one’s mental health in this cu…
 
ANTHONY ANDERSON and VERNA WILSON welcome guest PETER V. SELLARS as we discuss the LEGENDARY SECRET society of the International Order of the Odd Fellows and how the old San Francisco Odd Fellows cemetery was relocated in the 1930's to Colma, and today the site has been CRIMINALLY IGNORED and REPURPOSED as a retail flowerbed and dump yard with grav…
 
In this episode, Christine Legare explains how imitation is at the heart of what makes us human. Christine studies how kids learn through imitation, and how this helps kids learn what they need to know in order to survive and thrive in whatever environment they find themselves in. She also explains how our ability to imitate is both a great power a…
 
ANTHONY ANDERSON and VERNA WILSON present a special guest tonight, PROFESSOR CHARLES PORTERFIELD as he present the secrets to THE SPORTING LIFE of the MAGIC AND SPIRITUALITY of STREET HOODOO from the PIMPS, PROSTITUTES AND SPEAKEASIES! Professor Charles Porterfield is an old-fashioned, no-nonsense, Old Testament reader and rootworker. He is the co-…
 
ANTHONY ANDERSON and VERNA WILSON will explore the story of BETTY AND BARNEY HILL, an interracial couple from New Hampshire, that had the first ever ALIEN ABDUCTION in 1961 in the United States! Did their story really happen as they say it did? Are the vivid details of the aliens and their craft to be believed? Tune in and discover the whole story …
 
Planetary astronomer Michele Bannister has recently arrived home after working in Canada at The University of Victoria in British Columbia, and at Queen's University in Belfast. A passionate communicator on matters astronomical, her research interests include mapping the outer solar system, interstellar comets, and satellite mega constellations. No…
 
Professor Steven Taylor is an Australian academic who's been living in Canada since 1988. On the 1st December 2019, just a few weeks before the full scale of the novel coronavirus outbreak became apparent in China, he released his book The Psychology of Pandemics: Preparing for the Next Global Outbreak of Infectious Disease. A Professor and Clinica…
 
Working from home isn't exactly a new experience for phylogeneticist Dr James Hadfield. Based in Wanaka but employed by Seattle's Bedford Lab, he works on the open source Nextstrain platform: this allows scientists all over the world to share and compare genetic information about SARS CoV-2 and other viruses in one central location, and then track …
 
It's proving to be an unlikely-sounding global hit. The six-part Netflix documentary series Cheer follows the US's best college cheer-leading squad, Navarro College from Texas, as they train for the 2019 national championships. Under the exacting gaze of its glamorous coach, Monica Aldama (aka The Queen) viewers follow Cheer Team luminaries like La…
 
Under the Twitter hashtag #CoReadingVirus, the nature and travel writer Robert Macfarlane is doing his bit to fight back against the boredom and increasing isolation many are experiencing as health authorities around the world introduce tough public health measures to combat the spread of COVID-19. His online reading group has just selected Nan She…
 
Dubbed a 'dreamlike masterpiece' and 'one of the defining British films of the decade' in a 5 star review by film critic Mark Kermode, you won't have seen many movies like Bait before. A story of rising tensions in a Cornish fishing village, the 89 minute feature is described as a Brexit parable and is shot on 16mm film on clockwork cameras with au…
 
Consultant clinical virologist (and Naked Scientist) Dr Chris Smith returns with the latest on what we're discovering about COVID-19 and how it's spreading. This week, a team of Imperial College London researchers released an influential study modelling the likely impact of various public health measures designed to slow the pandemic's spread. It s…
 
Like other residents of Paris, journalist and science writer Laura Spinney is holed up in her home in the French capital: she's only able to venture out if she can produce an official certificate showing an approved reason for her journey. She's got a unique perspective on the current scenes of turmoil we're seeing around the world. Her 2017 book P…
 
We all know we “should” move our bodies but some of us struggle with wanting to or get caught up in complicated, negative and rule-bound messages about how to move our bodies. Join Jill for an uplifting and motivating discussion with Dr. McGonigal, author of The Joy of Movement: How Exercise Helps Us Find Happiness, Hope, Connection, and Courage ab…
 
This Wednesday 8am Pacific. ANTHONY ANDERSON and VERNA WILSON welcome Paranormal Investigator, JACKIE KLEEB (from YouTube's Parakleeb) as we discuss our own investigations and experiences over the years at THE OLD UNION BREWERY in Virginia City, NV. Featured this week on GHOST ADVENTURES, the boys encountered the evil force that resides at the old …
 
In this episode, psychologist and evolutionary biologist Nichola Raihani talks talks about why being paranoid might not actually be so crazy. Nichola tells us about the many influences on paranoid thinking, the evolutionary reasons why we can be suspicious of others, and she explains the difference between paranoia and conspiracy thinking, If you'r…
 
Join Diana in a short Pranayama or yogic breathing meditation. Take 10 minutes to savor the present moment and your breath! Related Psychologists Off The Clock Episodes 81. A Gift For You: 10 Min Breathing Meditation 70. A Gift For You: Loving-Kindness Meditation 122. Taking in the Good with Dr. Rick Hanson 114. The Way of Effortless Mindfulness wi…
 
Stress and anxiety levels are high right now due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. In this episode, Dr. Stephen Porges offers us a model of our physiology of threat and strategies to boost feelings of safeness, especially with COVID-19 anxiety. Through the lens of Polyvagal theory, Dr. Porges and Diana explore what it means to be human in the fa…
 
Poet and writer Kate Camp returns for the latest instalment of Kate's Klassics. This week she reviews Maya Angelou's autographical work from 1969, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, a celebration of the restorative power of literature which covers the poet and writer's early life from the age of 3 until she becomes a mother aged 16.…
 
Hilary Mantel has won two Man-Booker awards and is tipped for a third with the release of The Mirror & The Light, the final book in her "Wolf Hall" trilogy which follows the final chapters of Thomas Cromwell's life The project, which includes 2009's Wolf Hall and 2012's Bring Up The Bodies, involved an exhaustive research and writing process that's…
 
Professor Rewi Newnham (Ngapuhi) from Victoria University of Wellington studies ancient pollen for what it can tell us about our changing vegetation, and our changing climate. His early experiences growing up in West Auckland on the boundary of the city and the Waitakeres first alerted him to the 'perennial power of pollen'. This pushed him towards…
 
Dr Maysoon Salama is the manager of the An-Nur Early Childhood Centre in Wigram. Her husband was badly injured, and her son Atta Elayyan killed, in the attack on Christchurch's Al Noor Mosque on 15th March 2019. Originally from Palestine, she trained as a food scientist and now operates two childcare centres, as well as being the National Coordinat…
 
How will the ongoing global upheaval over the novel coronavirus outbreak shape our future lives? Bryan Walsh is TIME's former international editor and now the Future Correspondent for Axios, covering emerging technology and the trends shaping geopolitics, work, warfare and more. He's also the author of End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the Wor…
 
Dr Chris Smith, consultant virologist at Cambridge University and one of BBC Radio 5 Live's Naked Scientists, is back, with the latest info on COVID-19, and practical advice to help us manage the risks associated with it. Among the subjects up for discussion: how effective are travel bans as a way of containing the virus, why Italy has been so hard…
 
In this episode, Dr. Alex Pang is back on the podcast to discuss his new book, Shorter: Work Better, Smarter, and Less – Here’s How. Last time he came on the show (Episode 45. Rest with Dr. Alex Pang), Alex told our listeners about the surprising benefits of deliberate rest on productivity and creativity. In his new book, he takes his ideas to a ne…
 
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