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The Next Big Idea is a weekly series of in-depth interviews with the world’s leading thinkers. Join our host, Rufus Griscom — along with our curators, Malcolm Gladwell, Adam Grant, Susan Cain, and Daniel Pink — for conversations that might just change the way you see the world. New episodes every Thursday.
 
Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
Revisionist History is Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. From Pushkin Industries. Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance. iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
Join Jim Cuno, president of the J. Paul Getty Trust, as he talks with artists, writers, curators, and scholars about their work. Listen in as he engages these important thinkers in reflective and critical conversations about architecture, archaeology, art history, and museum exhibitions.
 
TWIOAT is an award-winning smash hit comedy podcast hosted by kiwi comedians Guy 'Flash' Montgomery and Tim 'Timbly' Batt (known jointly as the Frost Fellas, The Boiz, etc). The pair have been punishing themselves with movies for your enjoyment since Feb 2014, starting by watching and reviewing Grown Ups 2 once a week, every week, for a full year. They applied the same treatment to Sex and The City 2, Sex and The City, We Are You Friends and are now watching and reviewing every softcore adul ...
 
Listen to talks presented at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas – the original disruptive festival. FODI features a line-up of leading experts from around the world, who bring bold ideas to complex issues. The festival seeks to challenge orthodox opinion, interrogate accepted truths, break through filter bubbles, and promote healthy and vibrant civil debate.
 
Courtland Allen interviews the ambitious indie hackers who are turning their ideas and side projects into profitable online businesses. Explore the latest strategies and tools founders are using to capitalize on new opportunities, escape the 9-to-5 grind, and create their own personal revenue-generating machines. The future is indie!
 
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For thirty minutes each day, Pesca challenges himself and his audience, in a responsibly provocative style, and gets beyond the rigidity and dogma. The Gist is surprising, reasonable, and willing to critique the left, the right, either party, or any idea.
 
High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures.
 
Inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with leading thinkers about influential ideas on business, technology, economics, and science. Hosted by Martin Reeves, Chairman of the BCG Henderson Institute, and Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak, Global Chief Economist of BCG. For more ideas and inspiration, sign up to receive BHI INSIGHTS, our monthly newsletter, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
 
This interactive podcast is hosted by Eric Anderson, Founder Extremity Surgical, interviewing guests that include medical device executives, surgeons, hospital administrators and staff, and others who experience disruptive technology in the Orthopedic space. Hard hitting interviews with the correct amount of information, humor, and surprise twists.
 
Just a regular joe who wanted to create a calm, peaceful environment where people from different backgrounds culturally, politically, etc. can have deep, sometimes difficult conversations without cutting one another off, yelling over one another, or other rudeness. Also, interviews with movers and shakers of various industries are highlighted to inform and entertain.
 
Welcome to the Idea to Value podcast, where in every episode we highlight the latest insights into creativity and innovation from experts across the world. I’m your host Nick Skillicorn, I care about the evidence behind what makes ideas happen, and I have already helped thousands of people like you through my unique insights into recent scientific findings of how creativity works. I also show you how to turbocharge innovation programmes so they can finally deliver on the value and ideas you’ ...
 
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Images of Cyril and Methodios adorn libraries, universities, cathedrals and passport pages in Slavonic speaking countries from Bulgaria to Russia, North Macedonia to Ukraine. But the journeys undertaken as religious envoys by these inventors of the Cyrillic alphabet have led to competing claims and political disagreements. Mirela Ivanova's essay co…
 
Tim and Guy have written another podcast episode ready for release. Joined by a verbose and scornful Remy (who has inherited his father's excellent mic technique and propensity to mock Guy), the lads discuss etiquette when relaying that you've listened to an audiobook and in listener correspondence, discover the name of their libertarian listener (…
 
It’s been over 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the dissolution of the Soviet Union and 22 years since Vladimir Putin came to power. Now in the throes of a Ukraine invasion, the Russian regime combats any conflict with an utter disregard for internal opposition and external western pressure. From the inside, fighting Putin is the only…
 
In this episode of the Idea to Value podcast, we speak with Prof Angus Fletcher from Ohio State University. He describes himself as a "Story Scientist, and his team have been doing some interesting research into new ways of improving creativity and problem solving through narrative and storytelling. See the full episode at https://wp.me/p6pllj-1MJ …
 
In this episode, Shruti speaks with Adeel Hussain and Tripurdaman Singh about their book, “Nehru: The Debates That Defined India.” They discuss homogeneity in parliamentary democracies, tensions between liberalism and cultural traditions, the branches of the Indian and Pakistani governments and much more. Hussain is an assistant professor at Leiden…
 
What can we do? It's the natural question after a disaster. Our hearts break for the hurting and the grieved. We want to reach out, to help. As citizens of planet earth, we are regularly and often confronted with the problem of pain, with the reality of human suffering. Natural disasters occur with increasing frequency and force. The number of slav…
 
If you love overseas travel, and you’re used to jumping on a plane, the pandemic’s been especially trying. International borders opened and closed , airlines reduced flights and quarantine rules could see you stranded in a hotel for two weeks at your own expense. British journalist Monisha Rajesh believes it’s the journey not the destination and as…
 
In January 2020, when the coronavirus started making headlines around the world, Jane McGonigal’s inbox was flooded with emails from Silicon Valley execs, government officials, and non-profit leaders. They all had the same question: “Jane, didn’t you run a simulation of a respiratory pandemic?” Yes, she had. All the way back in 2010. Jane is a game…
 
Episode 52! The foundation of great mentoring experiences is knowing how to ask great questions. That’s what I discuss in this episode with Kevin Bruner, a Fractional VP of Sales and the President of Mash Bill Consulting. Mentoring is about giving you, the mentee, the empowerment make good decisions based on your experience and knowledge. Mentors h…
 
“This interconnection between Greek tradition and science and mathematics, and the Babylonian traditions in astronomy and all these other very technical and very advanced sciences, this was a moment which really created the basis for science, mathematics, and so on in the Western world, and indeed, throughout the world, in later centuries and mille…
 
In the last ten years, we have seen a digression in race relations in many western nations with the rise of the woke social justice ideology. Tragically, many evangelicals are drawn to this unbiblical ideology, and as a result, our churches and Christian organizations are experiencing conflict and division. We explore some of the reasons why evange…
 
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For Chris Burkard, photography has always been more than just taking spectacular pictures. He’s used his craft as a way to tell stories, inspire people to adventure outside, and most of all, to push himself to the edge of his comfort zone. He’s caught freezing cold-water waves with professional surfer Pete Devries. He’s biked with champion mountain…
 
*Flashback Episode* Today's episode is the conclusion of our two-part special about race in America in 2021. This episode will be much different than part one. This is a very different perspective on this difficult topic, which you will realize early on. I presented this topic in a two-parter to highlight these differences in opinion. Still, episod…
 
The origin of life here on Earth was an important and fascinating event, but it was also a long time ago and hasn’t left many pieces of direct evidence concerning what actually happened. One set of clues we have comes from processes in current living organisms, especially those processes that seem extremely common. The Krebs cycle, the sequence of …
 
Do you want your homeschool group to be more welcoming for families with special needs? Join Darren Jones (HSLDA Director of Group Services), Faith Berens (HSLDA Special Needs Consultant), and Peggy Ployhar (SPED Homeschool Founder/CEO) for inspiring ideas and encouraging approaches to creating an inviting and supportive environment for families wi…
 
Project Management is a big passion, and even though it can be serious a lot of time, sometimes it's important to make it fun too. In this episode, I talk to Project Management Experts and Gamification Experts Hamutal and Daniel about all things Projects and thinking about things differently when helping people learn. They are founders of the one-o…
 
All About Women partnered with Western Sydney-based literacy movement Sweatshop on an emerging writers mentorship program for women and non-binary First Nations, culturally and linguistically diverse writers. Mentorship recipients, Yeena Kirkbright and Ayeesha Ash read their finished works inspired by the All About Women festival themes of: allyshi…
 
This week Konrad & Matt discuss what is dividing us this week; - Abortion - The Australian Election Konrad chats with long time friend of the show Brian Mclaren about why religion sucks at politics. We discuss - Jesus & politics - The problem of christian politics - How can we see our bias - What is the antidote to Bias - Social justice and christi…
 
Dorie Clark teaches executive education at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and Colombia University’s Graduate School of Business. She is the author of 5 books including Entrepreneurial You and Reinventing You. Clark has been named one of top 50 business thinkers by Thinkers50. In her latest book The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Think…
 
On this episode of the Orthoidea podcast we have the honor of speaking with Dr. Derek Dee who is the Chief Medical Officer and Founder of Subchondral Solutions. Subchondral Solutions has a revolutionary technology called S-Core which addresses fractures and reconstructs the joint. It helps reduce pain and returns the joint to its proper bio-mechani…
 
In todays interview I chat with Rebecca Mitchell, Rebecca is current one of the directors & co- founders of Awesome Lending Solutions a boutique brokerage in the lower north shore of Sydney. Rebecca has been in finance since she left school in 1994 & after a successful & vast career across all facets of back-office lending, she felt she couldn't he…
 
Karl, Scott, and Trent explore two seminal albums in the catalog of arguably the greatest jazz guitarist of all time, Wes Montgomery. In Incredible Jazz Guitar and Boss Guitar, Montgomery lays down an adventurous blend of hard-swinging bop, romantic ballads, and Afro-Carribean inspired grooves with an effortless mastery of guitar technique. Althoug…
 
Jason Crawford is the founder of The Roots of Progress, a nonprofit dedicated to establishing a new philosophy of progress for the 21st century. He writes and speaks about the history and philosophy of progress, especially in technology and industry. In our conversation we discuss — What progress is, and why it matters (maybe more than you think) H…
 
Reading is the skill that lays to foundation for success in school. This podcast focuses on the importance of relationships in teaching reading from the perspective of a literacy lead, a parent and university parent, and a former student. Suggestions for teachers, parents and students are shared that will promote success and help the student stay e…
 
Steve chats with Marshall Breeding, longtime library technologist and writer of the annual Library Systems Report, about the history of library automation, putting together the data for the Library Systems Report, proprietary and open source ILS systems, and how vendors work well with each other (and sometimes don’t). Marshall Breeding is an indepe…
 
In which Dan chats with author Barbara Dee about her work writing powerful novels about middle school students, for middle school students. Barbara's 13th novel comes out this fall, and her books take on issues ranging from mental health to addiction to eco-anxiety. Dan and Barbara discuss how she finds the sweet spot in writing fiction at the midd…
 
We are finite creatures who struggle to accept our finitude. But if we can learn to embrace our limits, we will find that our relations with one another, the created world, and God allow us to experience a love so exquisite, it need not last forever. GUEST Matthew Ichihashi Potts is Plummer Professor of Christian Morals and Pusey Minister in the Me…
 
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