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Who Is Mr Turner? Deejay, Audio Editor, Remixer & Ghost-Producer https://linktr.ee/petkoturner Also Known As: E-ROC, Electric Rock, Boscida Und Farcher, Ricardo, Luciano, Bob Gold, Ralf Hitter, Thomas Brucker, Cornelia Drexler, Peter Panner, Momist, Diskomiks, Kockica, Petko, DJ Petko, Petko Turner, Mr. Turner, ... and many more 2020 Nov - Dec: Audio Editor 3sat BR, BBC6, Kunst Block Balve, Corleone, la boum FM4 Sep - Oct: Olympia MCH, Senatore, Corleone, Bahnwärter Thiel, Disco Bizarre, Kun ...
 
Lucid thoughts and shared experiences from a life coach and NLP practioner. I've seen enough trials and tribulations to last two lifetimes so, I want to share my experiences and knowledge in hopes that it helps someone.The ultimate goal is to prove to my listeners that everything you want in life is just outside your comfort zone. Drop me a line at coiquestions@gmail.com if you have and questions or wanna hear anything specific.
 
Live like a Financial Rock Star. Scott has made the money moron mistakes so you don’t have to. He teaches you how to think differently about money, so you can get out of debt, get started investing, and generate passive income with real estate. Scott lived the paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle, but by age 35, he turned it all around and became a self-made millionaire and is now on a mission to help you. If you’re stressed out or worried about money, the Scott Alan Turner podcast will help. Fool ...
 
"Naylor's natter...just talking to teachers" Naylor's Natter is the brainchild of Phil Naylor , created initially to share musings on evidence, research and CPD. The podcast has grown significantly since its first episode in early 2019 and is now proudly supported by the Teacher Development Trust . As the podcast has evolved so has its reach, we feel passionately about diversity of opinion and representation of our profession. To ensure we better reflect teaching , we are now proud to add mo ...
 
A Podcast that explores the weirdest and most infamous gimmicks and storylines in professional wrestling history. In the wild world of professional wrestling, there are many stories yet to be told. For every Hogan vs Andre, there is a Fingerpoke of Doom. For every Mr. Perfect, there is a Red Rooster. For every, "That's gotta be Kane!" There is a Shockmaster. We will explore these stories and more weekly on WHO BOOKED THIS?
 
21 YEARS IN PRISM: Destined to be be performed on the stage (or in your living room), but for now, starting out in your imagination as a podcast in 6 episodes. A teacher shares a trick of the trade with a young colleague and it changes everything. Unfortunately. “21 yrs in PRISM ” is an action-packed 2-person musical with dozens of characters. The two actors do not play multiple roles. They each embody and remain their one character throughout, as events swirl around them. DR. STRUM (Paranoi ...
 
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What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a robo-advisor to manage investments? ================ LISTENER QUESTION/COMMENTS ================ My friend says a credit card has more protection than a debit card. Is this true (Brett) I have a Roth IRA. If I understand correctly, everything I put in can be pulled back out with no fee or penalty…
 
Sam and Emma host Dr. Carl Hart, professor of psychology at Columbia University, to discuss his new book Drug Use for Grown-Ups: Chasing Liberty in the Land of Fear on the culture of drug use and why we should reframe drug use in a more empathetic light. And in the Fun Half: how to enforce meaningful drug reform policies, the Obama era GOP leadersh…
 
Sam and Emma host Joshua D. Rothman, University of Alabama professor of history, to discuss his new book, The Ledger and the Chain: How Domestic Slave Traders Shaped America, the myths around the slave trade industry, the deep ties between slavery and US imperialism, and Racial capitalism’s exploitative innovation. Prof. Rothman walks us through th…
 
Steeped in research and yet utterly practical, this has to be the essential text for any staff wanting to know about wellbeing in schools. -- Daniel Sobel ― CEO, Inclusion Expert A wonderful book written by a highly experienced pastoral leader. Everyone interested in pastoral care in schools should read it. -- Professor Barnaby Lenon ― Dean of Educ…
 
Sam hosts Heather Parton, columnist at Salon.com and proprietor of the überblog “Digby’s Hullabaloo,” and friend and known pacifist David Feldman. With the former, they chat about the U.S.’s relationship with both domestic and foreign violence, discussing the devastating tragedies of gun violence and police brutality that never seem to cease, and h…
 
Back once again for the renegade master!!! It's season 2 Episode 19 and another we've sensationally good treat in store for your lugs. John & Steven are joined by an author (a first), hill runner and much much more too. Ally Beaven came to the fore in 2020 by scribing a wonderful book called Broken 2020: the year running records were rewritten. We …
 
Tina Turner's name is synonymous with rock and roll, but what you might not know is that she was born as Anna Mae Bullock. Her stage name was given to her by legendary musician Ike Turner, but as we discover in HBO's documentary "Tina," the name was about the only positive aspect of her relationship with him. Colin Ellis and Nam Kiwanuka dig into t…
 
Sam and Emma host Richard Yeselson. strategic campaigner and editorial board member at Dissent Magazine, to discuss his recent essay in Jacobin "The Defeat at Amazon and the Union Fights to Come.” They contextualize what happened in Bessemer within broader Union history, explore how the Democrats’ failure to push for Union Card Check has led to a p…
 
Sam and Emma host Dave Zirin, sports editor at The Nation, to discuss the politics in sports including the MLB pulling the All-Star Game from Atlanta, NCAA athlete pay, and push back on Olympics real estate development in Los Angeles. And in the Fun Half: who will get the windfall of prescription drug savings CMS or ACA, Ted Cruz tries to talk abou…
 
Sam and Emma host Anthea Butler, religious studies professor at the University of Pennsylvania, to discuss her new book White Evangelical Racism: The Politics of Morality in America and why the evangelical vote is still the strongest and most unified voting bloc in American politics. And in the Fun Half: thoughts on Biden's plans to withdraw Americ…
 
It makes no sense at first: a band of heroes, Led by an old man with a bolo tie, Who saved a world that was not worth saving. There’s nothing for it then but to explain. Perhaps for most of you it’s history, But there’s a right way and a wrong way To tell a story, and this on is epic. Thus begins Fredrick Turner’s modern science fiction epic, Apoca…
 
Sam and Emma host Gabe Winant, professor of history at the University of Chicago, to discuss his new book, The Next Shift: The Fall of Industry and the Rise of Health Care in Rust Belt America. They explore how a healthcare complex was built up around the failing industrial sector, the destabilizing switch from retroactive to prospective billing, a…
 
.In Building Positive Behaviour Graham Chatterley aims to get educators looking behind what is causing challenging behaviour by breaking down many of the potential causes. The book then offers a scaffold and sequence to build it all back up to meet the individual needs of all pupils. We should never be satisfied with some children falling through t…
 
BiographyLeaderJon is an influential and inspirational education leader who is currently deputy headteacher in a large and diverse North East secondary school. Jon’s innovative approach to school and organisational leadership challenges the habits that have gone before, looking at ways to improve education through change management. Jon graduated w…
 
Sam chats with the Daily Poster’s David Sirota about Joe Manchin’s filibuster turn around, the Democrats’ blame game with the Senate Parliamentarian, and progressive intra-party dealmaking troubles. Sam also touches on the progressive shift in New York State politics as Cuomo continues to be embroiled in scandal. Then, Casual Friday sees Matthew Fi…
 
In this episode we catch up with Michelle Melville aka Scot_Lassie_Runs. Michelle won our recent competition, in conjunction with Pyllon Ultra, for a place in the up n comin' Pyllon Exposure Race. John & Steven also have a quick blether about their own current respective run loads as they ramp up their training ahead of an imminent (fingers and toe…
 
Richard B. Pierre and Gina Marie join On Docs to talk about the mixed-race experience through a question that many people they have been asked: "What are you?" It's a troubling question that makes them feel othered, but it opens up a dialogue about how we see race in our society. Colin Ellis digs into the conversation with them, and asks why this q…
 
Sam and Emma host Quincy Institute Middle East Research Fellow Dr. Annelle Sheline to discuss the Biden Administration’s Yemen policy and relationship with Saudi Arabia. Next, Jonathan Guyer, managing editor at the American Prospect, joins us to discuss the domestic incentives of Big Tech-consultants that drive our National Security State. And in t…
 
Sam and Emma host three progressive candidates for the 2022 election cycle including Tom Nelson challenging Ron Johnson in the Wisconsin Senate, Nina Turner vying for Marcia Fudge's special election seat in Ohio's 11th, and Isiah James progressive primary challenge of Yvette Clark in New York's 9th district. And in the Fun Half: John from San Anton…
 
How many ways are there to make your money last longer than you will? The answer will surprise you. ================ LISTENER QUESTION/COMMENTS ================ Will my wife's 401(k) balance be added to a new Roth 401(k) account for compounding purposes or would she in effect be starting over (Bryan) My biggest financial concern is just plain not h…
 
Hey, it's Adam here. A quick update for you on the lack of podcast episodes over the past month or two. My health hasn't been great recently, so I chose to take a break for the first time in more than eight years. New episodes will return later this month and I plan to be back bigger and better than ever. Thanks for including my show in your podcas…
 
Sam and Emma host Texas State history professor Sarah R. Coleman to discuss her new book The Walls Within: The Politics of Immigration in Modern America on how immigration law has evolved in the last 50 years in America. And progressive activist Nabilah Islam joins us in the Fun Half to discuss what's happening in Georgia. And in the Fun Half: Nabi…
 
“The Resurrection of Jesus,” says the Catechism of the Catholic Church, “is the crowning truth of our faith in Christ, a faith believed and lived as the central truth by the first Christian community; handed on as fundamental by Tradition; established by the documents of the New Testament; and preached as an essential part of the Paschal mystery al…
 
Sam is back this week and covering the stories leading the headlines including the voting rights and culture war clash in Georgia, the race against a fourth Covid wave, and the arrival of infrastructure week. Sam and Emma discuss the kabuki theater of infrastructure week, Sam remembers when MAGA was Pat Buchannan's conservative populism and the GOP…
 
EdTech evidence discussion with: Dan Sandhu, co-founder of the EdTech Evidence Group and CEO of Sparx - @DanSandhu - dan.sandhu@sparx.co.uk Murray Morrison, co-founder of the EdTech Evidence Group and CEO of Tassomai - @Tassomai - murray@tassomai.com Details for EdTech Evidence Group - https://www.edtechevidence.com/ Just like us The charity for LG…
 
Emma begins by discussing the relevant developments in the Derek Chauvin trail and the disintegration of the defenses’ case. Then, Manny Fidel, opinion writer for Business Insider, joins the podcast to talk about the biggest news stories of the week. Manny, Emma, and Matt begin by discussing the breaking news pertaining to the sex trafficing invest…
 
And just as you thought Easter weekend couldn’t get any better along comes our 37th episode. Time for another brilliant guest to join us and be sure to hang on until the end of the show as we announce our Pyllon Exposure Ultra Marathon place competition winner!! This week John & Steven catch up with Bob Turner. It’s safe to say Bob likes running an…
 
Mr. Miyagi's resolve to fight only when there was no other option cemented him as an 80's movie icon. Miyagi taught restraint and passivity, a stark contrast to White protagonists at the time who went around killing Asians. Here to help us explore "More Than Miyagi: The Pat Morita Story" is Guy Aoki from the Media Action Network for Asian Americans…
 
Emma hosts Ken Klippenstein, reporter for The Intercept, to discuss his three recent articles on the horrible experiences of Amazon employees and their unionization efforts. First, Ken talks about his reporting on delivery associates who routinely have to urinate in bottles in order to meet daily quotas. Despite Amazon’s claims, Ken uncovered docum…
 
Andreas Malm joins Sam to discuss his new book, “How to Blow Up a Pipeline: Leaning to Fight in a World on Fire.” Andreas begins by explaining that while the pandemic has temporarily tamped down the climate movement, it has simultaneously led to a 7% drop in world-wide emissions and demonstrated how government can effectively intervene in the priva…
 
Ever wonder why some people don't care about money, saving, and investing? The answer is finally in! ================ LISTENER QUESTION/COMMENTS ================ I am trying to figure out the best (and SIMPLE) way to combine finances (Blake Shelton) How can I hit my savings goal of $10,000 in 10 months (Deanna the dog walker) Do I pay a company a f…
 
Emma hosts Edo Konrad, Editor-in-Chief of +972 Magazine, to discuss the rise and success of the Irsraeli right and last week’s election results. Edo begins by explaining the political failure of centrist left candidate Benny Gantz and his decision to join Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s right wing coalition in last year's election. Then, Edo di…
 
Faithful cross, above all other, One and only noble tree: None in foliage, none in blossom, None in fruit thy peers may be: Sweetest wood and sweetest iron, Sweetest weight is hung on thee. While each time we see a cross or a crucifix and every time we attend Mass we have the opportunity to ponder Christ’s great sacrifice, during Holy Week it becom…
 
Sam interviews Jennifer Berkshire & Jack Schneider of the Have You Heard podcast about their book, A Wolf at the Schoolhouse Door: The Dismantling of Public Education and the Future of School.” Jack begins by giving a brief history on the origins of the anti-public education movement in Bary Goldwater’s 1964 presidential campaign, as a response, in…
 
Roma has been in education for 9 years now after a career in Marketing. She started her blog noonetoldmehowtodothis.com Through it, she shares ideas, reviews, discusses Leadership and Professional development and generally hashes out thoughts to help her navigate the world of education. Through the blog she has found an incredible and supportive co…
 
This month's TDT Takeover In this week's TDT Takeover edition of the Naylor's Natter podcast, we discuss the importance, impact and future of EdTech for teaching with TDT's Head of Education, Maria Cunningham, TDT Project Officer, Dave Price and Lampton School's Head of English, Richard Iglikowski-Broad. Download our working paper 'A Culture of imp…
 
Sam and Emma host Alex Pareene, staff writer at The New Republic and co-host of “The Politics of Everything” podcast, to discuss the passage of voter suppression legislation in Georgia, Joe Manchin’s role in the filibuster negotiations, and Kyrsten Sinema’s political strategy in Arizona. Alex assesses the Biden presidency thus far and critiques Bid…
 
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