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Sarah Maurer, CPT, MEd, from the Miss Adventure Pants blog, shares her best strategies for mountaineering training, sports nutrition, and motivation to help you climb your mountain in any body at any age. Discover how you can use classic endurance training and simple strength workouts to get in shape for mountain climbing, even if you live at sea level or the flattest place imaginable. Sarah earned her high altitude mountaineering certificate from Colorado Mountain Club in 2017 at age 41 and ...
 
Rootwork Collective is an international family of underground musicians working in genres as diverse as Metal, Hip Hop, Industrial, IDM/Experimental, Ambient, and much more. Rootwork Radio is broadcast on www.mixlr.com/thecommons every Sunday at 12:00 PM (Pacific/US), 2:00 PM (Central US), 3:00 PM (East/US), 4:00 PM (Bolivia [we hope]), 8:00 PM (UK), 21:00 (CET), 22:00 (Finland), Midnight/0:00 (Dubai)
 
Broken English is a mobile podcast hosted by me, Andrew Mahar in and around Chicago, Illinois. This first season is a mixture of interviews from people who have immigrated to the U.S. ranging from Mexico to South Africa to Turkey to Bolivia. With the Trump administration creating such a negative connotation around the word “Immigrant” now more than ever, immigrants need a voice to share their side of the story. Broken English is here to be that voice.
 
Punjabi Masihi Church is a fellowship of saints who gather every Sunday to Worship and Glorify, to Teach and Preach the name of Jesus Christ. Sunday Sermons are preached in English, Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu languages. Pastor Jagpal & Ada Dhaliwal, Pr. Balbir Sheena, Pr. Rehan Garstin, Dr. Mathew Koshy and our Church's Leadership & Staff Team are privileged to serve you. (Subscribe it to get each Sunday's Sermon) For PRAYERS or more info call - 1 604 590 2032 or Visit our Website at www.Punjab ...
 
With a mission to visit every UN recognised country in the world, Emma 'Lovelly' Lovell invites you to join her on the journey. Talking about all things travel and adventure, Lovelly Travels will include interviews with fellow travellers and interesting locals, feature travel businesses and many a tale from the road. Joined by her co-pilot, Darius, Emma will document the mission to visit 195 countries while also raising awareness for mental health. Whether you're a voyager or a voyeur, you'r ...
 
The Quechua, South Bolivian Audio Drama New Testament (RBV) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible with approximately 180 different characters and a digitally recorded sound track with full sound effects. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completel ...
 
Hello, my name is Cynthia Watke.I am a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I was a missionary to Bolivia and Argentina, S.A. in the 80s, as a member of church-planting teams. During the 90s I ministered in worship, small group leadership and development, spiritual mentoring and coaching and counseling. I was a lay missioner with the UMC South Carolina Conference from 2002-2004 working with Hispanic/Latino immigrant populations; an assistant pastor and senior pastor associated with the We ...
 
History podcasts of Mexico, Latina, Latino, Hispanic, Chicana, Chicano, Mexicana, Mexicano, genealogy, mexico, mexican, mexicana, mexicano, mejico, mejicana, mejicano, hispano, hispanic, hispana, latino, latina, latin, america, espanol, espanola, spanish, indigenous, indian, indio, india, native, native american, chicano, chicana, mesoamerican, mesoamerica, raza, podcast, podcasting, nuestra, familia, or unida are welcome here. If it has to do with the history of America, California, Oregon, ...
 
The Sicario Effect is a new series from Exclave Media. Jhon Jairo Velasquez Vasquez alias “Popeye” was Pablo Escobar’s top lieutenant and The Medellin Cartel's chief sicario (assassin). He’s publicly admitted to having personally killed 300 people. In 2014, after 23 years in prison, Popeye was released. Rather than lay low and enjoy his new freedom, he took to the internet and became a social media star, “Popeye the Repentant”. And as we discovered, that’s just the beginning. This is a story ...
 
We discuss a range of topics around water and solar water pumping worldwide. We interview LORENTZ Partners, organizations, government, entrepreneurs, and experts in the field of water, bringing to life solutions which benefit people, animals and crops worldwide. We share stories of how water works all around the world from tapped drinking water in Germany all the way to countries with no formalized water infrastructure. We’ll be looking at water for irrigation, water for livestock and water ...
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
Many people consider genealogy an interesting and fun hobby, but it can be so much more than that. Stories in Our Roots, hosted by resilience coach and genealogist Heather Murphy, goes beyond suggesting genealogy as interesting hobby. It dives deep into specific ways knowing our ancestors can help us better understand ourselves, loved ones and even the world around us. You will be inspired to look at family history differently, as more than adding names and dates to a family tree. Come liste ...
 
For Bookings contact to: info@ladiesonmars.com Remix & Promos: ladiesonmars@gmail.com International Dj, producer and remixer Jonathan Douglas Braverman, known as Ladies On Mars, has been on a musical journey since the conception of 2006 of his successful Minimal Techno music project. The artist born in Buenos Aires has accumulated numerous achievements, although it was his 2007 hit "We Are Not Lesvicon", published on Xela Digital, which really impelled Ladies On Mars to be in the eye of the ...
 
Thomas & Tina have lived and worked in Thailand for a couple of years. In the Earthoria podcasts they take you on various trips around Chiang Mai, Thailand. Our website www.earthoria.com has a focus on travel, experimentation, open-mindedness and alternative health. Some of the podcasts are simply sound-seeing tours - marked 'Sounds only' in the description. We hope you enjoy!
 
Félix Blume is a sound artist and sound engineer. His work is focused on listening, it invites us to live sonic experiences that enable a different perception of the surrounding. He uses sound as a basic material in sound pieces, videos, actions and installations. His process is often collaborative, working with communities, using public space as the context within which he explores and presents his works. He is interested in myths and their contemporary interpretation, in human dialogues bo ...
 
The Latin American History Podcast aims to tell the story of Spanish and Portuguese America from its very beginnings up until the present day. Latin America’s history is home to some of the most exciting and unbelievable stories of adventure and exploration, and this podcast will tell these stories in all their glory. It will examine colonial society, slavery, and what life was like for the region’s inhabitants during this period. We will look at what caused the wars of independence, how the ...
 
The final years in the life of legendary bandit Butch Cassidy are shrouded in mystery, from his rumored death in a Bolivian military standoff, to his escape from South America to die quietly on a Nevada ranch the 1930s. In Mateo Gil's intimate and adventurous Western, a reimagined and aged Butch Cassidy (Sam Shepard) is living under the assumed name James Blackthorn in a secluded village in Bolivia 20 years after his disappearance in 1908.
 
Roozbeh Aliabadi is an advisor and commentator on geopolitical risk and geoeconomics, particularly the Middle East and Asia. He is an advisory partner in the global advisory practice at GGA, a boutique international consultancy practice based in New York City.
 
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Gregorio Paye's parents moved from a province called Muñecas to the Caranavi area when he was a child. They were searching for an education for Gregorio, as there was no school in their town. Nowadays, he lives with his wife Daisy and his two youngest children on a farm he's owned for 35 years. He has two grown-up children from his first marriage t…
 
Join us this week as the security state boiz return to South America. First, we stopover briefly in Peru to update everyone on the election of Pedro Castillo to the presidency over the daughter of Alberto Fujimori, the 90's dictator of the country. Then, we go over to Bolivia and explore the presidency of Evo Morales and the coup that toppled his r…
 
Bolivia may not be known for its wine industry, but wine has been made there for hundreds of years. I interviewed Ramón Escobar of Chufly Imports about Bolivian wine, as well as how wine can benefit the local economy given that it brings jobs to so many sectors. And if you thought plantings in Argentina were high altitude, Bolivia is another level.…
 
In this week’s show, a global deal to help get rid of plastic waste that’s been signed by 180 countries; a call for a “COVID ceasefire” in Myanmar, how more efficient food production could help solve a global hunger crisis and positive coronavirus vaccine developments in Africa.By Daniel Johnson, Katy Dartford, Solange Behoteguy, UN News - Geneva
 
Visiting the picture perfect Peru with Danielle Phyland Brilliant notes from our lovely guest Danielle Phyland: 12 days with Intrepid Tour https://www.intrepidtravel.com/au/peru/inca-trail-amazon-adventure-124273 (we didn't to the trek) Inca Trail & Amazon Adventure | Intrepid Travel AUTravel from the heights of the Andes to the exotic Amazon rainf…
 
On episode 273, Dan and Emile discuss the 3-1 win over Girona and the talking points from that match. They talk Memphis' positioning, Peña's push for the back-up spot, Gavi's ceiling, picking a 25-man squad list, and much more! Running Order: Where will Memphis line up? Did Peña earn the back-up goalkeeper spot? If he's good enough is Gavi old enou…
 
Latest data this week from the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, UNAMA, reflects the highest civilian casualty numbers over any two-month period since records began in 2009. In an interview with UN News’s Daniel Johnson, UNAMA’s head of human rights, Fiona Frazer, insists that what ordinary Afghans want is peace, amid an ongoing assault by Tali…
 
Why do some people fail in endurance sports like mountaineering, backpacking, and ultrarunning? Here's a secret. It's usually not fitness. And no, it's not because they ate Cheetos during training. It's because they lack mental toughness. Does that sound harsh? Hear me out. By definition, endurance sports push you to your absolute limits. And often…
 
A conversation with Peter Fraser of Yangarra Estate in McLaren Vale, Southern Australia, revolving around old vines, the history of the region, Grenache and Roussanne. McLaren has a rich winemaking history, but one which has changed over the last 20 years. Learn how McLaren Vale has changed, but also how old vines contribute to character and qualit…
 
And we’re back! This week we’d like to introduce our newest Familiar Stranger, Joe Clifford. Joe has just completed his Masters in Development Studies from the University of Auckland! To kick off his first panel, Joe discusses his research into the concept of Gotong Royong or mutual assistance in Indonesia. The rest of the Strangers weigh in on the…
 
Dive with us into the deep state as we uncover the primordial soup which spewed forth the nascent American security apparatus of World War II and the post-war era. First, we discuss some current happenings around Latin America, and then we go back to the 1930s and the Business Plot, an attempted putsch by Wall Street bankers to install a military d…
 
On episode 272, Dan and Levon break down some of the performances in the preseason match against Gimnástic. They talk Riqui Puig's role this season, Yusuf Demir's Barça debut, the potential of Alejandro Balde and Gavi, Rey Manaj's value, Álex Collado's future, and much more! Running Order: Did Puig earn himself any more time with his preseason perf…
 
In today’s show, solutions to child labour in Cambodia where one teenager has a dream; over in Tokyo, UN health agency chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus wishes the Olympic Games well but reminds us COVID-19 is racing ahead, particularly in Africa; also in the news, the High Commissioner for Human Rights issues an alert about the apparently widesprea…
 
On episode 271, Dan and Emile discuss the preseason preparations for Ronald Koeman and the B players that could feature. They talk about the new away jersey and its connection to the Femení, Yusuf Demir, Renato Sanches rumors, the Griezmann-Saul swap, and much more! Running Order: Do we like the new away jersey? Where will Yusuf Demir fit in the pr…
 
We visit some of the tallest buildings in the world - and some honourable mentions Emma’s tall buildings notes: Empire State - nyc - usa 🇺🇸 Poland 🇵🇱- culture and science building Malaysia 🇲🇾- petronas towersTaipei Taiwan 🇹🇼- Taipei 101France 🇫🇷 - Paris - Mont pArnasse Australia 🇦🇺- Sydney - sky tower/ formerly centre point tower Australia 🇦🇺- Melb…
 
There's no denying that the future is looking bright for solar powered water pumping in Argentina. In this episode, we speak about the power of this technology with Carlos Ranftl from Tonka Solar, a LORENTZ distribution partner which specializes in photovoltaic energy and solar water pumping in Argentina. Carlos plays an integral role in the compan…
 
Aside from Ethiopia, Yemen has one of the longest (and we think among the most interesting) histories with coffee production. The region is largely to thank for the global spread of coffee, both as an agricultural product and as a beverage. Yet in recent years it has had a dramatic decline in both the production and, unfortunately, the quality of i…
 
At last, we return to Whitechapel, where we come to the grisly, and yet thoroughly unsatisfying conclusion to the mysterious rampage through Whitechapel. Who was the Ripper? Why did they do what they did? Will we ever know? I dunno, listen and find out what we think. Follow the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee on Twitter: @leftunreadpod (also our in…
 
The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has joined forces with the Cambodian Government using the power of education to help end child labour, during the economic slump brought on by COVID-19. As the world marks World Youth Skills Day, where education is seen as a vital tool of youth empowerment, FAO’s Charlotta Lomas, has this special rep…
 
In this week’s show, if you’re a refugee, how do you get a COVID vaccine? We hear about the challenges and what’s being done to overcome them. Also, the UN rights chief leads a call for an end to systemic racism at the Human Rights Council...These stories and more, in this week’s UN Catch-Up Dateline Geneva podcast, with Daniel Johnson, and Solange…
 
Are you frustrated with yourself in training? Do you put down your body, calling it fat, old, or slow? Or do you constantly compare yourself to others and feel like you never measure up? Friend, if this is landing for you, you might have a problem with what I call "dirty motivation." It's the idea that you can nag, whip, or hate your way to fitness…
 
A new study from the UN’s Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on the impact of COVID-19 on victims and survivors of human trafficking, indicates that the ‘severity’ of abuses and levels of violence have increased during the pandemic. Louise Potterton spoke to Ilias Chatzis, Chief of UNODC’s Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Section, which devel…
 
On episode 270, Dan and Levon discuss Messi and Argentina's memorable victory over Brazil in the Copa America. They talk Messi's legacy, England losing the Euros to Italy, the contract situations of Ilaix Moriba and Alejandro Balde, and much more! Running Order: How does the Copa win change Messi's legacy? Is the Ballon d'Or already wrapped up for …
 
Refugee farmers who grew up cultivating crops in Somalia have returned to the land, albeit in the United States, decades after fleeing their country’s civil war. They’ve been resettled in the US state of Maine after living for years in UN-supported refugee camps in Kenya. For this latest Lid is On podcast from UN News, Daniel Dickinson reports from…
 
Much of Kenya's coffee comes from cooperatives, which means it's tough to go to visit a person or build a long-term relationship. That said, it is possible to get something interesting going and to work on projects together by speaking with the leaders of the co-ops and washing stations. Othaya Farmer's Cooperative is based at the Gatuyaini wet mil…
 
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