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L/L Research is a non-profit dedicated to sharing spiritually oriented information. This podcast's panel consists of Jim McCarty, scribe of the Ra Contact and president of L/L Research, along with Gary Bean and Austin Bridges, Co-Directors of L/L Research - each a spiritual seeker and devoted student of the Law of One. In this podcast, we discuss questions sent in from seekers in light of the spiritual principles shared within the Law of One and other L/L Research channeling.Podcast intro an ...
 
Emily and Vanessa are a couple of Registered Dietitians (RDs) who love wellness but hate the myths surrounding it. Make it your 2021 resolution to stay above junk science + diet culture. Let the ladies of Wellness Myths dig into the research for you! Listen in as they talk to each other and various experts who question trendy topics.
 
How can we communicate research in science, the social sciences and humanities to ensure it has positive, real-world impact? That's the question being explored in this podcast, presented by Peter Barker, the director of research communications agency, Orinoco Communications. In each episode Peter chats to someone who's doing particularly interesting and inspiring work to engage the public with research.
 
Triage: Rapid Legal Lessons for Busy Health Care Professionals has been created by K&L Gates to convey information about developments in health law through short podcasts. If you work in the health care industry, you have grown accustomed to frequent changes in laws and regulations. On some days, it may seem like an insurmountable task to keep up with every change, especially as a new presidential administration and new policies take shape. The K&L Gates Health Care practice will regularly c ...
 
ATTENTION: "In the Now - Q&A with Carla and Crew" is on a hiatus as Carla heals an ailment which prevents her from being able to do the radio show. Thank you all for your love and support, and we hope to be with you again soon!Carla has been channeling for L/L Research since 1974, including those of Ra and Q'uo. Every week Carla and Crew will be answering spiritually oriented questions on-air, drawing upon information from the past 40+ years of channeled sources and a lifetime of spiritual s ...
 
A Shot of Torah with Levi Cooper; Rabbi Dr. Levi Cooper, the Maggid of Melbourne, teacher of Hasidut, community rabbi, lawyer, IDF reservist and father to six – shares a straight shot of Torah on topics of current interest from his Pardes classroom, his research and from his shul in Zur Hadassa. L’chaim!
 
Research that makes people LAUGH, then THINK — research about anything and everything, from everywhere —research that's good or bad, important or trivial, valuable or worthless. Presented by Marc Abrahams, founder of the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/improbableresearch/support
 
We take culture theory and turn it into everyday insights. We're powered by Human Synergistics - a leading consulting, research, and diagnostics firm. We're known for growing individual's effectiveness and satisfaction by coaching based on the Lifestyles Inventory (LSI), improving leadership effectiveness with the Management or Leadership Impact (M/I & L/I), develop high performing teams with the Group Styles Inventory (GSI), and shape effective organisational culture using the Organizationa ...
 
Find out what happens when women break the rules - those unwritten but all too real bullsh*t expectations of how we should live our lives. Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin (formerly Stuff Mom Never Told You) tackle questions through their trademark obsessive research, stories from rule-breakin’ ladies and a solid dose of delightful feminist rage.
 
The BMJ Best Practice podcast publishes interviews with clinical experts, aimed at healthcare professionals and students with an interest in keeping up to date with the latest scientific developments, evidence-based medicine and guidelines. BMJ Best Practice is ranked one of the best clinical decision support tools for health professionals worldwide.* Structured around the clinical workflow and updated daily, BMJ Best Practice uses the latest evidence-based research, guidelines and expert op ...
 
Welcome to Mostly Nothing! The UK’s original brain bending podcast discussing and deliberating the unravelling research and understanding of consciousness and the mind. Comprising of a light-hearted yet informative exchange. Dive deep into the vast spectrum of Mostly Nothing.
 
Harvard professors are known for their cutting-edge research—and also for their effervescent and eccentric personalities. The Veritas Lab, hosted by Katelyn X. Li and Sanjana L. Narayanan, will give you a glimpse of both. Through lively conversations with professors across Harvard, we’ll get at the truth behind the most exciting issues in modern research. Presented by The Harvard Crimson, published on alternating Wednesdays. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.
 
Welcome to Research at the National Archives and Beyond. This show will provide individuals interested in genealogy and history an opportunity to listen, learn and take action. I offer a wonderful line up of experts who will share resources, stories and answer your burning genealogy questions. All of my guests share a deep passion and knowledge of genealogy and history. My goal is to reach individuals who are thinking about tracing their family roots; beginners who have already started and o ...
 
OT 4 Lyfe looks to connect and inspire occupational therapy practitioners of all kinds. Join us as we go in depth to explore the research, issues, and people that influence the lives of OT students, practitioners, and their clients. Because for us, occupational therapy is more than just a job.
 
Between, Across, and Through is the official podcast of the Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies at the University of Toronto. The Centre’s research focuses on individual experiences of migration in consideration of the complex dynamics of politics, culture, and society. Our podcast features conversations between leading scholars and Professor Kevin Lewis O’Neill, the director of the Centre of Diaspora and Transnational Studies. In each episode, we discuss the links that bind humani ...
 
"Ascension Sisters” is a LIVE radio podcast documentary series. From whistleblowers and witnesses to deep research and official documents, we read between the lines of society's conventional narrative to give you the information you need to design your life the way you want, based on intelligence, facts, intuition and hard won wisdom -- not propaganda, disinformation or somebody else’s agenda.​Tune in LIVE every Saturday night at 11pm (Eastern) for real life stories and calls from listeners.
 
Featuring a wide assortment of interviews and event archives, the MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing podcast features the best of our field's critical analysis, collaborative research, and design -- all across a variety of media arts, forms, and practices. You can learn more about us, including info about our faculty and academic programs and how to join us in person for events, at cmsw.mit.edu.
 
For more than forty years Jim Bolton has been based at Queen Mary, University of London, where he is currently Professorial Research Fellow, directing the Boromei Bank Research Project. His published work includes important and influential contribution...
 
Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
 
Welcome to Background voice! This podcast is my very jumbled brain dump from my perspective as a British-Tamil. There are loads of random topics that come into my mind, and with these topics comes a lot of internal discussions in my head about what I think. So, I thought "why not make the internal discussion external?" So yeah...that's basically what this podcast is...it's mostly me talking to myself trying to form coherent sentences on my opinions (and research) on each topic, from social i ...
 
Many people view parties as places to dance or to find someone to hook up with. They are, but sometimes they’re a whole lot more. On Nightclubbing, we tell the story of nightclubs that have transcended their four walls, through the voices of the owners, DJs, doormen and regulars who spent countless nights inside of them. Hosted by the veteran radio producer and reporter Julia Alsop and Red Bull Music’s Todd L. Burns, the series draws on extensive research by leading music journalists into al ...
 
The CCA is an international research centre and museum founded on the conviction that architecture is a public concern. Based on its extensive collection, exhibitions, public programs, publications, and research opportunities, the CCA is advancing knowledge, promoting public understanding, and widening thought and debate on architecture, its history, theory, and practice, and its role in society today. Le CCA est un centre international de recherche et un musée fondé avec la conviction que l ...
 
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On this episode of Audible Insights, I talk with Brett Watkins, president of L&E Research. This conversation wraps our series, discussing face-to-face market research, or #FaceToFaceMRX. Brett and I discuss the origins of L&E, how his company weathered 2020, and Brett’s outlook for 2021 and beyond. As a veteran of the market research industry, and …
 
Theodore Roosevelt was a titan of American politics, society, and culture. Rarely soft spoken, always eager to brandish a big stick, and animated by an inexhaustible energy, Roosevelt used his considerable might to leave an indelible mark on the United States. As a trust buster, Roosevelt forever altered American attitudes toward corporate monopoli…
 
Alan Klima’s Ethnography #9 (Duke University Press, 2019) was co-written by a ghost. And that’s just the start of what’s going on in this eerie, singular book. It’s a discussion of finance in post-crash Thailand, a study of non-material histories, and an examination of the limits of anthropological writing. It’s also at once a complex and textured …
 
For hundreds of years, the island of Sri Lanka was a crucial stopover for people and goods in the Indian Ocean. For the Dutch East India Company, it was also a crossroads in the Indian Ocean slave trade. Slavery was present in multiple forms in Sri Lanka—then Ceylon—when the British conquered the island in the late eighteenth century and began to g…
 
Bestselling author Timothy Keller and legal scholar John Inazu bring together a thrilling range of artists, thinkers, and leaders to provide a guide to faithful living in a pluralistic, fractured world. How can Christians today interact with those around them in a way that shows respect to those whose beliefs are radically different but that also r…
 
Current guidelines recommend measuring out-of-office BP to confirm office BP. The results of a study published in the JACC suggest that home BP measurement may be the best approach for out-of-office BP monitoring. In this interview, Alison Bailey, MD, FACC; Daichi Shimbo, MD; and Nosheen Reza, MD, discuss the reliability of office, home, and ambula…
 
The meaning of being an immigrant has changed significantly in the 21st century. The internet, social media and networks, cost of travels, homeland products of food that one can find all over the world, working far from home – all bring new opportunities to the idea of living in one place, but still feel deep belonging with the homeland. Growing nu…
 
We're very fortunate to be joined by the editor of The West Point History of the Civil War (Simon and Schuster, 2014), the Head of the History Department at the United States Military Academy, Colonel Ty Seidule. Unlike most surveys, the new West Point History of the Civil War draws upon some of the best talent in the field of Civil War history, al…
 
In the early twentieth century so many dead bodies surfaced in the rivers around Aberdeen, Washington, that they were nicknamed the "floater fleet." When Billy Gohl (1873-1927), a powerful union official, was arrested for murder, local newspapers were quick to suggest that he was responsible for many of those deaths, perhaps even dozens--thus launc…
 
In Calhoun: American Heretic (Basic Books, 2021), historian Robert Elder documents the life and thought of one of America's most controversial statesman, John C. Calhoun. A congressman, a vice president, and a senator, Calhoun represented Jeffersonian republicanism during a time of national expansion and imperialism. He became the nation's most ard…
 
Though Churchill harbored intellectual doubts about Christianity throughout his life, he nevertheless valued it greatly and drew on its resources, especially in the crucible of war. In Duty and Destiny: The Life and Faith of Winston Churchill (Eerdmans, 2021), Smith unpacks Churchill’s paradoxical religious views and carefully analyzes the complexi…
 
Jaina Studies is a relatively new and rapidly expanding field of inquiry for scholars of Indian religion and philosophy. In Jainism, "yoga" carries many meanings, and this book explores the definitions, nuances, and applications of the term in relation to Jainism from early times to the present. Yoga in Jainism (Routledge, 2015), edited by Christop…
 
Alexander Morrison’s study of the conquest of Central Asia offers new perspectives on a topic long obscured by misleading grand narratives. Based on years of research in several countries, The Russian Conquest of Central Asia (Cambridge UP, 2020) not only outright debunks many of these older narratives, but also provides us a detailed military and …
 
David Onnekink, professor of early modern history at the University of Utrecht discusses his latest book, the delightful, The Dutch in the Early Modern World: History of a Global Power (Cambridge University Press, 2019). European audiences can shop here. Emerging at the turn of the seventeenth century, the Dutch Republic rose to become a powerhouse…
 
This episode of New Books in History features an interview with Anke Gilleir, professor of Modern German Literature at KU Leuven, about her new edited volume, Strategic Imaginations: Women and the Gender of Sovereignty in European Culture (Leuven University Press, 2020). Dr. Gilleir has a longstanding interest in under appreciated female intellectu…
 
Leading up to brand-new episodes of Unladylike, we’re hitting replay on four of our top (and most timely) episodes from the archive. Today, C&C stretch it out and revisit this episode from 2018. Body-positive yoga icon Jessamyn Stanley shares her journey to finding her yoga body and claiming her space on the mat as a fat, queer, black woman. Criste…
 
One question that we get often is how to increase the effectiveness of leaders. Organisations are usually working on developing the effectiveness of their leaders to increase engagement with people within their organisation for better results, but does this isolated approach work?! Dominic Gourley and Head of Consulting Corinne Canter discuss our i…
 
- Sponsor: LOVE AT FIRST by Kate Clayborn - https://www.kensingtonbooks.com/9781496725196/love-at-first/ - Shadow & Bone trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHJYYd_RnJc - OneStopforWriters.com - workshops & thesauruses - Twitter thread on Western storytelling The My Imaginary Friends podcast is a weekly, behind the scenes look at the journey …
 
Anyone who has taken any interest in the politics of Thailand at all in the last two decades could not help but have noticed the part that the country’s judiciary has played in them. Whereas before the 2000s the courts had at best a peripheral role in political life there, in recent years judges have at times weighed in dramatically on high-stakes …
 
In this episode Kimon and Richard explain why they are launching the NBN Entrepreneurship and Leadership podcast, the topics they are going to delve into with their guests and what aspects of their guests’ entrepreneurial journeys they are most interested in. What has been the role of background and upbringing, social and family pressures, educatio…
 
In the centuries since her execution in 1536, Anne Boleyn’s presence in Western culture has grown to extraordinary proportions. In The Afterlife of Anne Boleyn: Representations of Anne Boleyn in Fiction and on the Screen (Palgrave Macmillan), Stephanie Russo describes the various ways in which her life has been interpreted and how these interpretat…
 
In this inaugural episode, we discuss a unique special issue of The Journal of Asian American Studies: #WeToo, a reader of Art, Poetry, Fiction, and Memoir, that seeks to answer the question, “What does sexual violence look like in the lives of those hailed as “model minority?” Intended as a reader for the college classroom, the #WeToo special issu…
 
Everyone will lose someone they love at some point in their life; a spouse, a parent, or a child. Having to deal with the clothes or personal effects that remain can be a heartbreaking experience. It is a challenge: what is one to do with all the small and large items that made up the material life of the one who’s gone - store them in the attic? D…
 
Damaged: Musicality and Race in Early American Punk (University Press of Mississippi, 2020) is the first book-length portrait of punk as a musical style with an emphasis on how punk developed in relation to changing ideas of race in American society from the late 1960s to the early 1980s. Drawing on musical analysis, archival research, and new inte…
 
More than any other canonical English writer, Geoffrey Chaucer lived and worked at the centre of political life—yet his poems are anything but conventional. Edgy, complicated, and often dark, they reflect a conflicted world, and their astonishing diversity and innovative language earned Chaucer renown as the father of English literature. Marion Tur…
 
Today, I am welcoming Olivia Martinez-Hauge, MFTA, OTR/L, back to the podcast . Olivia is a school-based OT, a parent of a child with special needs, and a soon to be licensed marriage and family therapist as she furthers her education to support children with special needs. In this episode, Olivia and I are going to provide updates as to how this y…
 
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