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A weekly discussion of current affairs in China with journalists, writers, academics, policy makers, business people and anyone with something compelling to say about the country that's reshaping the world. A SupChina production, hosted by Kaiser Kuo and Jeremy Goldkorn.
 
Welcome to Colchour Shock. A journey about a young man tired of the "rat race" and looking to turn his passion project into his life purpose. Along the way he discovers that there are others with the same mindset who are trying to break out. What he discovers is that there are many different perspectives and different meaning towards the ideas of success and purpose. Join us on the beginging of an amazing journey where anything can happen. Whether he succeed or fails, one thing is for certai ...
 
How do you Shock Your Potential? This conversational interview format features high performing businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs who are focused on Shocking Potential every single day. Each month boasts a theme that will support your business and/or career objectives, will strengthen your personal development, motivate you to be an agent for change, and more. Leadership Powerhouses, The Magic of Marketing, Money Matters, and Leading with Love are just a few of the 2021 themes. Our ...
 
Tune in every Thursday morning for hilarious unfiltered conversations from the sarcastic duo of Judith Lovingfoss and her future husband, Travis Canby. Find yourself fully emersed in their shocking LA life, outrageous visual stories and ADHD induced dialogue. Between the madness, they intellectually discuss entrepreneurship, pop culture, self-development, sex, and relationships while interviewing epic and inspiring characters.
 
A social justice podcast combining hard-hitting journalism and interviews with hip-hop music and original lyrics from independent artists. Each episode delves into an important issue with an alternative take to widely accepted narratives, arming listeners with knowledge and insight they won't hear from mainstream media outlets.
 
For over one hundred years, the Daughters of the British Empire has provided a common bond for women with British or Commonwealth of Nations heritage living in the United States. Our members continue to volunteer tirelessly for the good of both local and national communities, including our retirement homes across the US. Now we'd like to share our stories, traditions, and histories with you.
 
this show is for the young people that are struggling with multicultural differences and are going through the everyday struggle examples like family issues, dating,culture shock, culture, dealing with different personality in a family, what the bible say about certain topics: sex, marriages, celibacy, stress trauma entrepreneurship. With the help of some great family/ friends. With the hope that you too will be able to get through life or at least
 
Fantasy Football fans, this is the podcast for you. Marcas Grant provides detailed fantasy football analysis combining in-depth stats and film study to help you win your league and earn bragging rights over your friends, coworkers or family. A mix of humor and pop-culture references keep the show fresh and light, & will expose you to new movies, music, books and more!
 
Living abroad can be an adventure...and as a US Citizen it can be challenging! On the second Tuesday of each month, the American Citizens Abroad (ACA) team dives into an array of issues concerning Americans residing abroad, from managing expat life to finances to culture shock to trailing spouses and everything in-between! Join us as we explore the reality of life as an American living abroad.
 
On this podcast I discuss random happenings in America from pop culture, hip hop, employment, sex, street culture, politics and even gender wars! Where reality meets an aggressively cynical mind. Just my personal take and opinions...and if you don't like it....Fuck ya motha!
 
" Do you have the courage to tell your truth?"This podcast is the reflection of my journey as a young black woman in a new city trying to find my way. listen in every week as I discuss my time here in Houston, every week will be something new; the culture shock, dating, some celebrity gossip, and much more. This is the diary of my life...
 
From LCMSDS Productions, The On War & Society podcast features interviews with the most prominent historians of war and society. Host Eric Story sits down with his guests to discuss their cutting-edge research, the challenges associated with doing history, and life 'behind the book.'
 
IP Goes Pop explores the interface between intellectual property(IP) and popular culture. Patents, trademarks, and copyrights are often referenced in popular movies, television and songs, but who owns the rights to creative expression? How long does a patent last? What makes a trade secret truly secret? Is the media getting it right when reporting on intellectual property issues? Hosted by intellectual property attorney Michael Snyder, with guest colleagues, inventors, writers, and creators, ...
 
Kulcha Shock Abroad (Formerly Kulcha Shock with Charm) is a vibrant take on career, travel, dating, marriage and everyday life from the Jamaican perspective. Kulcha Shock Abroad is packed with funny stories, inspiring interviews and thought provoking topics all based on life growing up in Jamaica and how it shapes our culture (kulcha) shock experience abroad. This podcast is dedicated to the Jamaican people , the diaspora and progressive minds who seek to understand the culture.
 
In politics, you’re often told not to get lost in the weeds. But we love the weeds! That’s where politics becomes policy – the stuff that shapes our lives. Every Tuesday and Friday, host Matthew Yglesias is joined by Vox reporters and editors, ProPublica's Dara Lind, and some of the leading minds in policy to dig into the weeds on important national issues, including healthcare, immigration, housing, and everything else that matters. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
The Model Health Show is a fun, entertaining, and enlightening look at health and fitness. No subject is off limits here! World-renown author and nutritionist Shawn Stevenson breaks down complex health issues and makes them easy to understand and overcome. Whether it's weight loss, chronic fatigue, heart disease, diet, exercise, sex, hormones, sleep problems, or countless other health topics, the insights you get here will help you transform your health and live your best life ever.
 
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“You as the owner and leader of your business, you get exactly the culture, vibe, and company that you deserve” Bryan Clayton Every entrepreneur has a unique account of how their entrepreneurship journey unfolds. There are however very key similarities in all these stories among them being resilience and continuous transformation. Our guest today, …
 
Welcome to episode two of A Proper DBE Podcast brought to you by Daughters of the British Empire. The Daughters of the British Empire is a 501(c)3 nonprofit American society of women of British or Commonwealth birth or ancestry. We share and promote our heritage while supporting local charities and our senior facilities across the United States. To…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic that struck the world also affected many churches. In Sydney and New South Wales, churches were forced to adapt even further when a statewide lockdown was imposed in 2020. The Shock Absorber allowed the younger generations of the church to come to the fore in order to still make church as normal as possible. GOT QUESTIONS OR C…
 
S2E8: /// ... This week, I partake in an intimate conversation with Dominican, Aruban, and Dutch rapper, songwriter, producer, and performing artist... Pete Philly. We discuss everything from him fighting to regain control of his life from Lyme Disease and understanding the effects of past trauma to mastering improvisation and being recognized for …
 
On the show today… It’s been a big week for musician Halsey with the announcement that she gave birth to their rainbow baby, Ender Ridley. But the new mum, who goes by pronouns she/they, also announced that they would no longer be doing press because of one glaring mistake made in an interview. And after 24 years of marriage, American rapper Dr. Dr…
 
“Going into every situation anticipating that there’s going to be something that you will learn whether you are going to use it right away or not.” Coexistence requires that individuals respect and treat others with the dignity that they deserve. This means that civility is a fundamental component in the progress of any society. At its core, civili…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Yiqing Xu, an assistant professor of political science at Stanford University, about his work in applying modern methods in political science to the politics of contemporary China. In a wide-ranging conversation, they discuss qualitative vs. quantitative approaches and how the debate parallels the debate betwe…
 
The opening ceremony for the 2020 Summer Olympics, in Tokyo, is scheduled for Friday. With COVID{:.small}-19 cases spiking worldwide, and Japan under a state of emergency, many wonder whether the Olympics should be cancelled. Angela Ruggiero competed in four Olympic Games as a member of the U.S. Women’s Hockey Team, winning a gold medal at the 1998…
 
This episode of TWISJ explores the TRUTH behind the rise in crime across the U.S. through highly comprehensive (sorta) data research and extensive enterprise reporting techniques (kinda). Later in the episode, we breakdown the unprecedented privacy shenanigans uncovered by The Pegasus Project, and what they means for ALL of us and our freedoms. Yes…
 
The Facts About "Stop Calling me sis" because why do ya'll keep calling everyone sis when you really don't mean it? This week on Facts of Life I'm joined by my homegirl Denice and we discuss what it really means to call someone sis or bro. It's the lack of sincerity for me. I had to get on the men a little this week and their lack of urgency with t…
 
In the early 2000s, rebels in Sudan's Darfur region took up arms against the government. In response, the Khartoum regime launched a scorched earth campaign along ethnic lines. The Sudanese military allied to a local militia, the Janjaweed, laid waste to villages across the region, killing and raping as they went. Some 300,000 people are believed t…
 
The resignation of BC Civil Liberties Union's executive director sparks controversy on both mainstream and social media. And National Post might be successfully carving out its place in the Canadian podcast space. Maclean's contributing editor Andray Domise co-hosts. Links: BCCLA's statement re: Harsha Walia On the photojournalism re: Cuba's protes…
 
On the show today… The first episode of The Bachelor for 2021 has aired and we watched as pilot Jimmy Nicholson was introduced to a slew of ladies who all really went to town when it came to making a memorable entrance on the red carpet. This year in particular, there are a few contestants we really need to talk about. And in a new interview, Megan…
 
Canby Unfiltered S2E9 • Sex Phone Talk, 7 Foot 4 Dax In The Closet, #FreeBritney & Judy Checks A Woman In this episode, learn about Judy's phone sex story or better yet, the outrageous story of Dax. Dax is a 7 foot 4 man who finds himself in an awkward position, literally. Learn the latest details on the #FreeBritney movement and listen how Judy ha…
 
“Finding your purpose by knowing your strengths and what drives you is important because that is what makes you unique.” Ciara Dilley Navigating through the world of business as a founder is never easy and they usually need support at different levels to make it through. This is especially true for women because of the many roles that they play in …
 
This week IP Goes Pop! carries a torch for IP at the Olympics. Join co-hosts and Volpe Koenig shareholders, Michael Snyder and Joseph Gushue for a relay through the intellectual property involved in putting on a global athletic competition that turns its top competitors into household names. In this episode, Michael and Joe dive into the trademarke…
 
On 22 July 2011 Norway suffered its worst terror attacks in recent history. A far-right extremist, Anders Breivik, launched a bomb attack on government offices in Oslo, and then, two hours later, attacked a summer camp for young political activists on the island of Utøya, 38 kms from the Norwegian capital. In total 77 people were killed that day - …
 
On the show today… Jennifer Lopez was asked about her high profile relationship with former fiance Ben Affleck during a live TV interview and it’s safe to say she was not impressed with the question. But once you know her history with the interviewer, it’s clear why the question had to be asked. Plus, the new season of The Bachelor kicks off tonigh…
 
“We are only responsible for the part of the solution that inspires us and hopefully it will inspire somebody else” Alicia Hemphill It is trust that forms the foundation of any form of relationship both professional and personal. The ability to be trusted and trust opens up grounds for people to relate authentically and transact at all levels. This…
 
Team Real Pod report back from the cast screening of The Apprentice Aotearoa finale and talk about what made this one of the best seasons of reality TV New Zealand has ever seen. Then the bougie lifestyle queen herself Vanessa Goodson aka OMGNESS pops in for a chat! 🎈 Join Rec Room – a free weekly newsletter from The Spinoff full of all our videos …
 
Vox's Li Zhou joins Dara and Matt for another spin in the time machine, to talk about the policy that shaped how immigration largely still works in America. They discuss the history and context of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 (a.k.a. the Hart-Celler Act), and the previous discriminatory immigration policies that preceded it. Our host…
 
Inflammation is a critical part of our evolution, survival, and our overall health. Without it, we could never heal a cut or fight off a fever. But in our culture, our body’s inflammation responses are in overdrive, which over time can damage our cells and organs. Chronic long-term inflammation is linked to a myriad of health issues including heart…
 
Marcas Grant is joined by a trio of experts, Andy Holloway, Jason Moore, and Mike Wright of the Fantasy Footballers, for this special new edition of the NFL Fantasy Football Podcast. To start, the Footballers tell Marcas about their journey from hobbyists to professionals and give advice to aspiring analysts looking to break into the industry. Next…
 
Throughout its history, England was regularly falling to foreign takeovers and perennially divided—it was a nation that never was. Author of The Shortest History of England James Hawes joins the Prospect Interview to discuss the chaotic, mixed history of England and the thorny question of English identity. James discusses English nationalism in the…
 
And now ... for the meat of our murder mystery! We'll discuss why everyone's at Murder House, kill off a few characters, and ram some butts together in search for ... clues (roooooll credits). Plus, let's talk about just how badly we want a Madeline Kahn and Tim Curry action comedy meet cute. Jen's Recommendations This Week: Riddle Me That! True Cr…
 
In 1941, Italian colonial rule in East Africa ended when Mussolini’s soldiers made a dramatic final stand in the northern Ethiopian town of Gondar. After a bloody battle, General Guglielmo Nasi surrendered to troops from the British empire and Ethiopian fighters loyal to Emperor Haile Selassie. Simon Watts listens to an account in the BBC archive f…
 
On the show today… It looks like Prince Harry is adding another role to his LinkedIn profile, with the official announcement that he is writing a memoir focusing on his childhood in the public eye, his military duty in Afghanistan, and becoming a husband and father. But before you get excited about uncovering some royal secrets, we need to talk abo…
 
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“As a leader, no matter where you are, you must have boundaries and be clear about what is okay.” Jennifer Chapman The lack of boundaries at the workplace has been identified to be among the primary root cause of burnout among leaders. The dilemma that most leaders face, therefore, is how can they establish healthy boundaries at work? Our guest tod…
 
Since the U.S. withdrawal began, Taliban forces have re-captured more than a quarter of Afghanistan’s districts. Shabana Basij-Rasikh is the co-founder of the country’s only all-girls boarding school, and she is anxiously waiting to see if the Taliban—which brutally opposes the education of girls and women—will make inroads in Kabul. At SOLA, the S…
 
Jonnie prepares for a trip to Cancun 🏖 , and throws the book 📕 at an unwelcome visitor. Meanwhile, John has tenuous confidence in his vitamin supplements, and tries a drastic solution for his snoring. Plus, a conversation about dad bods, Timehop photos, empathy and insecurity. Today’s episode is NOT sponsored by Pinky Toes®️🦶: “You won’t even know …
 
The Apprentice Aotearoa's iconic trio of Mike, Ness and Stephen took the plunge into the shark tank to present their business plans to three titans of industry on Monday night – but who avoided Pero’s finger of fate to make it to the final? Also this week: living room week on The Block NZ and a bedroom redo for Alex. Stay tuned for a special Appren…
 
Blunt, passionate, conservative, patriotic — for this podcast, Gianno talks to Mark Robinson, the outspoken lieutenant governor of North Carolina. The first Black American to occupy his current office, Mark Robinson is a rising superstar in the Republican Party who has taken the GOP by storm. He discusses his amazing life story, how he got into pol…
 
Ground-breaking legislation came into effect in Brazil in 2006. For the first time the courts were ordered to recognise different forms of domestic violence. The 'Maria da Penha law' was named after a women's rights activist who was left paralysed by her abusive husband. Maria told Mike Lanchin her chilling story. This programme is a rebroadcast. P…
 
On the show today… The glitzy Cannes Film Festival has come to an end, with the closing awards night ceremony drawing international headlines, thanks to one surprising moment that has been likened to the infamous Oscars La La Land / Moonlight mix-up. And Britney Spears has posted a series of passionate statements to her Instagram account, calling o…
 
Despite the low-fat trends of the past few decades, mounting evidence points to the importance of dietary fat for human health, particularly brain health. In fact, the dry weight of the human brain consists of about 60% fat. Fat is essential for brain function, but we need to consume certain types of fat in order for our brains to fire on all cylin…
 
This week on Sinica, Kaiser chats with Thomas Pepinsky and Jessica Chen Weiss, both professors of government at Cornell University, about their recent essay in Foreign Affairs, “The Clash of Systems? Washington Should Avoid Ideological Competition With Beijing.” In that essay, they argue that, despite all the talk of Chinese authoritarianism as an …
 
Welcome to the episode four of A Proper DBE Podcast brought to you by Daughters of the British Empire. The Daughters of the British Empire is a 501(c)3 nonprofit American society of women of British or Commonwealth birth or ancestry. We share and promote our heritage while supporting local charities and our senior facilities across the United State…
 
Matt is joined by Education Week reporter and editor Andrew Ujifusa to talk about the ill-defined and somewhat facetious debate over critical race theory. But really, this conversation is about the schools, and all sorts of issues facing them: pandemic learning loss, re-opening plans, and the perennial debates over how best to serve all students, p…
 
In the summer of 2001 race riots gripped towns in the north of England. They began in Oldham in late May 2001, spreading to Burnley in June, and Bradford in July. All had their own specific local triggers, but all involved clashes between men of white and of South Asian background. A report into the violence found communities were living in complet…
 
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