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Best Ryan Dalton podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Ryan Dalton podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Lady Fontaine is known as America's #1 Love Psychic. She is a Certified Master Psychic, Certified Life Coach, Relationship Expert & Author. She has been a professional psychic for over 35 years. Lady Fontaine has been on AM Radio with her own show in New York City and has been on blog talk radio since 2009. Please visit her website at: http://ladyfontaine.com to schedule an appointment or learn more about her. Certified by the International Certification of Psychics she has consistently rank ...
 
An encyclopaedia of heroic failure Join Ben Van der Velde, Barry McStay and their guests as they brandish their wooden spoons of destiny and celebrate the losers, heroic failures and spectacular mis-steps that pockmark human endeavour. If you ever want to feel better about your progress in life, take a listen and enjoy a lovely schadenfreude bubble bath. Music by Max Perryment (www.maxperryment.co.uk) Donate to us via Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/WorstFootForward
 
Every Monday morning Jeff Sanders is here to help you dominate your day before breakfast and apply the best productivity strategies for high achievers! Discover how to bounce out of bed with enthusiasm, create powerful lifelong habits, and tackle your grandest goals with extraordinary energy. The 5 AM Miracle is a practical self-improvement podcast that features interviews with authors, speakers, and highly successful people from around the world. This weekly podcast focuses on productivity, ...
 
If you're often finding yourself overwhelmed by your to-do list, your obligations, and all the hats you wear in your career and at home, listen and learn as Host Erik Fisher talks with real people who implement practical productivity strategies in their professional and personal lives. We explore all aspects of productivity, including getting the right work done, getting good work done, and the true end goal of productivity: living a meaningful life.
 
John and his wife Marlena have lived in Sedgwick County for over 30 years. John pursued a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Kansas where he studied Political Science and Public Administration. He has been involved in multiple local and national political campaigns. Recently John was an elected member to the Kansas House of Representatives. Today, John is a local business owner and host of The John Whitmer Show, Sunday evenings at 7 on KNSS.
 
Instant Expert is the show where comedians, improvisers, and other compulsive liars are interviewed about jobs they don't have, and topics they know nothing about as if they were experts. The guests don't know what they'll be interviewed about until the moment the interview begins. Hosted by Andrew Mihalevich and produced by Bare Knuckle Comedy.
 
1. That Power ~ Will.i.Am f. Justin Bieber (Original Mix) 2. Try ~ Pink (Cosmic Dawn Club Mix) 3. Kiss You ~ One Direction (Sharoque Rmx) 4. As Your Friend ~ Afrojack f. Chris Brown 5. Little Talks ~ Of Monsters & Men (Electroshoot Rmx) 6. Bad Habits ~ Brass Knuckles (Extended Mix) 7. Is This Love ~ Alex Gaudino f. Jordan Sparks (Killgore Rmx) 8. Carry Me ~ Morgan Page f. Nadia Ali (Nilson & The 8th Note Rmx) 9. You Make Me Feel ~ Donald Glaude & Robert Ortiz (Original Mix) 10. Gimme All (Ri ...
 
On "Pardon My Take," Big Cat & PFT Commenter deliver the loudest and most correct sports takes in the history of the spoken word. Daily topics, guests, and an inability to tell what the hosts might be doing will make this your new favorite sports talk show. This is a podcast that will without a doubt change your life for the better- guaranteed, or your money back. *Pretend a reggaeton air horn is going off right now* PMT.
 
The Modern Manager is a podcast dedicated to helping you be a rockstar manager with a thriving team. Whether you’re seeking to boost your effectiveness as a manager and communicator, want to foster a healthy team culture where people flourish and exceed their goals, or learn the skills to make the most of every single meeting, this podcast is for you. Each episode features topics like: effective meeting practices, communication skills, managing conflict, team building, time management, group ...
 
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Pop on your collar and leash and join us for some walkies as we talk to stand-up comic, professional dog walker and former zookeeper Ryan Dalton about the world's worst pets. We discover that the White House has also been quite the menagerie over the years, which are the most impractical animals to keep and why parrots are inarguable dickheads. Fol…
 
A warning from former Prime Minister John Key to prepare for a very significant contraction in the New Zealand and global economy isn't lost on Jacinda Ardern. The Prime Minister says the Government's response to Covid can't be separated from the predicted economic storm. Ardern says if we don't successfully manage Covid well on an ongoing basis - …
 
Audi has apologised for an advert showing a young girl eating a banana in front of a premium car, admitting it was "insensitive" and promising not to use the image in future. The German carmaker posted the advert for the Audi RS4, which was captioned "Lets your heart beat faster — in every aspect," on Twitter on Sunday. But the image quickly drew c…
 
Former Prime Minister Sir John Key's calling for New Zealand's border restrictions to be loosened. The ANZ chairman is warning a financial crisis is coming, and the economic fallout from Covid-19 will last years. Sir John told Heather du Plessis-Allan to lessen the blow, we should start letting more than just returnees into the country. "That inclu…
 
The Employment Minister says figures showing unemployment at four percent don’t take into account everyone who’s out of work. Stats NZ figures show unemployment levels are four per cent for the June quarter. It fell from 4.2 percent in the March quarter. It's the first quarter to include the Covid-19 lockdown, with Treasury earlier forecasting it t…
 
A massive explosion ripped through central Beirut on Tuesday, killing dozens of people, injuring thousands and blowing out windows in buildings across the city. The blast near Beirut's port sent up a huge mushroom cloud-shaped shockwave, flipping cars and damaging distant buildings. It was felt as far as Cyprus, hundreds of miles away, and register…
 
New Zealand has weathered the economic fallout of the Covid-19 storm better than the Government had anticipated, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says. This comes after unemployment numbers this morning defied expectations, falling 0.2 percentage points to 4 per cent. But, as ANZ senior economist Liz Kendall put it, "today's data massively understates…
 
It seems obvious the TikTok battle has arrived in New Zealand. We now have reports that MPs and parliamentary staffers have been advised to delete the app from their phones because it poses "significant privacy and security risks". So should the rest of us do the same thing? Delete it from our phones? Delete it from our kids’ phones? Well, this ult…
 
Virgin Atlantic has filed for bankruptcy in the United States as the global airline industry reels from the coronavirus pandemic. The company, which is based in the United Kingdom, filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy protection in New York on Tuesday. Virgin Atlantic hasn't been immune from the airline industry's pandemic problems. In July, the company…
 
Blues singer Lady A explains why she won't be sharing her moniker with massive country group formerly known as Lady Antebellum. Theater director Mumbi Tindyebwa Otu on her now award winning direction of the play The Brothers Size. HBO's series Succession was just nominated for 18 Emmy's. Actor Nicholas Braun talks about what it's like to be on one …
 
This week Zac is joined by comedians Jonas Barnes & Levi White as they tune into a classic story of terrified teenagers in turmoil. Full of childhood trauma, parental psychosis, adolescent skinny dipping, and some surprisingly satisfying kills, The Mutilator from 1984 is sure to sink its hooks in you, one way or another. FOLLOW THE SHOW! Zac Amico …
 
Games all day every day has the whole crew in a great mood. Conversation about the bubble, high thoughts and hockey.(2:05-12:05) Hot Seat Cool Throne including the XFL, Big Ben being more injured than anyone ever and the debut of Stool Streams (GET EXCITED). (12:52-32:01) JJ Redick joins us from the bubble to talk about launching his new podcast, Z…
 
The Infrastructure Minister's defending the role of job creation through the Provincial Growth Fund. Management of the fund has come under scrutiny in a report by the the Auditor-General. The report makes three recommendations around the fund's effectiveness and transparency in decision making. When questioned on whether jobs on projects counted as…
 
Elton John fans whose show was cut short in February could have the possibility of getting some of their money back. On February 16, Sir Elton John was forced to call off his first Auckland concert midway through the performance after suffering pneumonia and losing his voice. Michael Batty, who attended the concert, asked the organisers for a parti…
 
Mindsets are powerful because they deeply impact our view and approach to managing a team. Yet, we are often unaware of the mindsets we hold and how they may be undermining our intent. When you understand a mindset and the fears, desires, and assumptions that it is grounded in, you can better align that mindset with your values and goals. In this e…
 
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged countries to be diligent in their efforts to stop the spread of Covid-19, as they continue to work towards a vaccine. The WHO acknowledged the impact the pandemic has caused socially, economically and politically, but said it has put forward a number of recommendations for countries to continue to imple…
 
Hours after releasing figures celebrating job creation, the Provincial Growth Fund's basis for calculating job creation have been questioned by the Auditor-General. On Tuesday Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones released figures claiming that the fund had "outstripped" its job creation target. Earlier the fund had indicated the PGF c…
 
Victoria has reported 11 deaths and 439 new cases, with Premier Daniel Andrews announcing tough new $5000 on-the-spot fines for "selfish" isolation breachers. Andrews said it was "unacceptable" that 800 people who were doorknocked yesterday in the Australian state who should have been at home could not be located. "From now, there will be no exerci…
 
A doctor's union says the Crown put the boss of Canterbury DHB in an impossible position. David Meates announced his resignation today at an emergency board meeting - after more than 11 years on the job. He's also been West Coast DHB's CEO since 2010. But Association of Salaried Medical Specialists director Sarah Dalton told Heather du Plessis-Alla…
 
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer on her long-awaited novel Midnight Sun, and why she almost abandoned the book entirely after a rough draft of early chapters leaked online almost a decade ago. Katie Munshaw, frontwoman of the Juno-award winning band Dizzy, on their sophomore album The Sun and her Scorch. Author Jenny Han on the film adaptation of he…
 
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says the Labour Party will still make policy announcements this campaign, but the focus will remain on getting through Covid-19. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern told RNZ that voters should not expect a "large-scale range of policies" from Labour this election. "What we will be doing over this election period is adding…
 
A Victoria University tax lecturer thinks the country needs a tax on inherited wealth. Tax is hot on the agenda leading up to the election, with parties beginning to lay out their policies ahead of September 19th. Victoria University’s Jonathan Barrett thinks that an inherited wealth tax is something New Zealand should adopt, and the country needs …
 
Chris and Andy reminisce about the comfort of after-school television and the cartoons they used to watch (5:51). Then, they are joined by Jason Concepcion to talk about how they were introduced to X-Men comic books (16:39), when they were most obsessed with the franchise (34:13), and what they want from future X-Men properties (59:02). Hosts: Chri…
 
An expert says a pro-China ad campaign in a Christchurch paper is the tip of the iceberg. The Christchurch Star is under fire for a paid campaign by the Chinese Consulate, pushing it's Government's stance on the Hong Kong protests, Covid-19 and treatment of Uyghur Muslims. But University of Canterbury Professor Anne-Marie Brady told Heather Du Ples…
 
Victoria has recorded 429 new infections overnight, with case numbers nearing 12,000 across the virus-plagued state. Thirteen more people have died — a man in his 60s, two men and a woman in their 70s, two men in their 80s and five women and two men in their 90s. Eight of the 13 new deaths were linked to known outbreaks in aged care facilities. The…
 
Auckland Airport's international terminal will be split into two separate zones in preparation for safe travel bubbles. In anticipation of a safe air corridor being formed between New Zealand and the Cook Islands, the airport is preparing to separate different categories of travellers as they pass through the terminal. Planning is in the final stag…
 
Victorians face fresh shortages of red meat, chicken, fish and even KFC across the state with new workplace shutdowns and restrictions to be announced today to hit the state’s abattoirs, fish markets and call centres. Call centres will be shut down unless operating for emergency services after a coronavirus outbreak in a Centrelink call centre last…
 
Labour’s election strategy is becoming obvious: they’re going to try to do a Joe Biden. If you’ve been following what’s going on in the US, you’ll know what I mean. Joe Biden seems to poll better when he’s invisible. The idea of him is better than the reality of him. The less he’s in the media, the better he does. It’s looking like Labour might try…
 
Episode Show Notes jeffsanders.com/352 . Learn More About the Show The 5 AM Miracle Podcast . Free Productivity Resources Join The 5 AM Club! . The 5 AM Miracle Book Audiobook, Paperback, and Kindle . Connect on Social Media Facebook Group • Instagram • Twitter • LinkedIn . Episode Summary Why do some people take on enormous challenges and succeed,…
 
The Cook Islands are still hopeful of a travel bubble, as Auckland International Airport plans a safe zone at its terminal. The airport's making plans to protect customers in anticipation of a Cook Islands travel bubble. Cook Islands Private Sector Taskforce chairperson Fletcher Melvin says the Cooks are ready and waiting. But he told Heather du Pl…
 
Elton John opens up about his "rollercoaster life," how having children changed everything for him and why he decided to say goodbye to life on the road. Award-winning poet Reginald Dwayne Betts discusses his third collection of poetry, Felon — a personal examination of incarceration, family and justice. Carly Rae Jepsen sheds some light on the son…
 
We're back after Grit Week and sports are all the way back. Recapping a weekend with all the leagues playing (2:30 - 6:19). Zion's burst restrictions and the MLB hanging on by a thread (6:19 - 17:45). Who's back of the week including Brooks owning Bryson, opting out, and Pac 12 players reading the Art of the Deal (17:45 - 37:32). Blazers guard CJ M…
 
This week's episode has been painstakingly carved out of the finest audio marble available, erected on to a plinth only for us to discover that the head is on backwards and the shadow it casts looks indecent. Joined by comedian, writer and podcaster Athena Kugblenu we discuss monuments as diverse as a giant mouse holding some DNA, the Geordie messi…
 
We've recently had an episode about sharks (With Dr David Shiffman, if you haven't listened to it, check it out, it's great), but as with all my episodes, I always think there's way more to cover & my guest, Dr Catherine MacDonald, completely agrees. We start by talking about Shark fining. A fishing practice that is inhumane & wasteful BUT not quit…
 
Auckland businesses want more done to attract people into the city to prop-up the local economy. Vacancy signs are common along the city's main street and some store owners fear it could become a ghost town. Tourism Industry Aotearoa chief executive Chris Roberts said of the country's main cities, Auckland is struggling the most to attract local vi…
 
National leaders are slamming the Government's refusal to let two Warriors players back into the country.Pacific Island passport holders Eliesa Katoa and Selestino Ravutaumada were given an exemption to travel to Australia for the NRL season.Deputy Gerry Brownlee told Heather Du Plessis-Allan he can't understand why they can't return.He says they a…
 
We need to be absolutely sure there's no covid 19 cases in New Zealand that we don't know about. Targeted testing is being organised this weekend in the wake of a man who travelled from New Zealand to South Korea before testing positive for covid-19. University of Auckland's microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles told Heather du Plessis-Allan the virus is o…
 
An inquiry has found a civilian died during an SAS-led raid in Afghanistan in 2010. But it's found the death was justified under international law. The Operation Burnham inquiry also found four other people also died, but couldn't determine if those people were civilians or insurgents. It found New Zealand's intelligence agencies accurately reporte…
 
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