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Inside the ICE House, a podcast produced by Intercontinental Exchange, takes listeners behind the historic façade of the New York Stock Exchange and inside the global financial marketplace. The episodes, recorded in the Library of the NYSE, features conversations with leaders, entrepreneurs and visionaries who walk through our doors with a dream of building businesses and changing the world. Their stories have made the NYSE, now part of ICE’s ecosystem of markets, clearing houses, data provi ...
 
Dear Culture is a weekly podcast keeping us informed on politics, entertainment, and social justice through the lens of culture with a healthy dose of shady social commentary. Hosted by Gerren Keith Gaynor, theGrio’s Managing Editor, and Social Media Director, Shana Pinnock.
 
How Not is the brainchild of two gobby Scottish creatives, Kim Macari and Luca Manning, who like to talk about the BIG stuff. We thought you might like to listen...So here we are. Our mission is to always be Good Troublemakers, to think big and to ask - How Not?! Each episode, we pick something BIG to talk about. Sometimes that's an issue or idea that's been keeping us awake at night (like the right to Protest, The Punk Movement or Universal Basic Income...) and sometimes it's a person who t ...
 
“American Prestige” is a new podcast from Daniel Bessner and Derek Davison, the two hottest foreign policy analysts writing today. The show takes a comprehensive, if acerbic, look at U.S. foreign policy and international affairs, providing listeners with everything they need to know about what’s going on in the world and which nations, exactly, the U.S. Empire is destroying this week.
 
The McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine presents “Regenerative Medicine Today,” an audio podcast series that features interviews with scientists and clinicians addressing new therapies, where the primary strategy is to repair/replace tissue and organs that have been damaged by disease or trauma, vs. the classical approach used today to treat the symptoms of the insult to the body. Also included are patient interviews where regenerative medicine helped to address their affliction.
 
Born out off frivolous necessity, The Hundred Pockets Records Podcast’s objective is to explore all aspects of the creative process in arts and entertainment. Our mission is to delve deep into the inner workings of the innovative mind to find out where great ideas come from; as well as how they are realized, produced, sold, and exposed to the masses. We do this through self-degrading banter, stories of failure and success, and interviews with established folks in the industry who have been a ...
 
Who am I? What does it mean to be human? Why does the world seem so screwed up and how do we fix it? You’re invited to join me on my quest to find answers to these and life’s other great questions. Nothing to Lose but Yourself is more than just another self-help or motivational podcast, it’s an engaging and enlightening journey into us. In some episodes, I will invite you to eavesdrop on the insightful and often irreverent conversations that I have with thought-leaders, fellow artists, enter ...
 
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As the first leader of the U.S. Cyber Command, four-star Army Gen. Keith Alexander recognized that safeguarding America’s cybersecurity compelled collaboration between the government, private sector, and our allies. After a career that also saw him lead the National Security Agency, Gen. Alexander is leading a new team at IronNet (NYSE: IRNT) that’…
 
In the late 1980s, a New Zealand engineer named Keith Alexander wanted to buy a trampoline for his kids. After his wife said they were too dangerous, Keith set out to design his own—a safer trampoline, without metal springs. He tinkered with and perfected the design over the course of a decade. But he was daunted by the challenge of bringing his in…
 
My guest today on the podcast is recording artist, songwriter, and producer Rahsaan Patterson. In our wide-ranging conversation Rahsaan and I chat about growing up Pentecostal, the power of forgiveness to help him heal from trauma and assault, and his career as a beloved recording artist, dynamic performer, and writer of hit songs for other artists…
 
While some stay obsessed with WallStreetBets and sending GameStop to the moon, Rosenblatt Securities’ Managing Director Justin Shack stays focused on something more fundamental: making sure market structure can handle the pressure, and that investors receive fair, orderly, and efficient price information for every trade. He returns to the podcast t…
 
Despite Britain's entering the 20th century as the dominant world power, its public discourses were imbued with cultural pessimism and rising social anxiety. Samuel Foster is a Visiting Academic at the University of East Anglia. His first monograph, Yugoslavia in the British Imagination: Peace, War and Peasants before Tito (Bloomsbury, 2021), explo…
 
Paul English is a perpetual founder. Since high school, he's started 3 philanthropies and 8 companies—ranging from e-commerce, to gaming, to GetHuman, a site that helps users access human customer support. His best-known venture is probably KAYAK, a travel website launched in 2004 over two gin-and-tonics with co-founder Steve Hafner. Using a simple…
 
Danny and Derek talk about this week’s UN General Assembly session, AUKUS and the New Cold War, and Boris Johnson’s diminished hopes for a better commercial relationship with the United States. They’re then joined by Kate Kizer, policy director at Win Without War, to discuss the state of the DC foreign policy establishment, the Biden administration…
 
Ya'll, if it's not one thing it's another! This week on the Dear Culture Podcast, we're calling in for backup! Our host Gerren Keith Gaynor is joined by theGrio Politics Editor and Associate Professor of Political Science at Fordham University, Dr. Christina Greer to help us make sense of all the big stories making headlines and what they mean for …
 
Diplomatic relationships between Indigenous sovereigns and colonial and settler governments were defined by language. In some cases, cultural divides were narrowed using common metaphors. In others, objects such as wampum belts were employed as visual records of past agreements. Speeches were carefully recorded, copied, and cited in later negotiati…
 
My guest this week is Yvonne Victor. Yvonne leaned into her authentic self and turned her commitment to helping others champion their lives into a career as a certified Life and Business coach. Yvonne is passionate about helping people and in our conversation we chat about her new book, the benefits of life coaching, and the power of personal choic…
 
The Clergy in Early Modern Scotland (Boydell Press, 2021), edited by Chris R. Langley, Catherine E. McMillan and Russell Newton, is an outstanding and agenda-setting volume that puts the experience of Reformed ministers at the centre of the religious history of early modern Scotland. Long confined to the historiographical margins, ministers have be…
 
As Texas A&M students in the mid 2000's, Cory Cotton, Tyler Toney and their housemates spent countless hours playing hockey in the living room and attempting trick shots in the backyard. A spontaneous bet over a sandwich led the guys to make a video montage of outrageous basketball shots, which they titled Dude Perfect and posted on a new site call…
 
IN AMERICA TODAY, public spaces are dominated by commercial come-ons from anti-White corporate giants, propaganda to persuade you to support multiracialism or “Black Lives Matter” and the like or get yourself injected with cell-hijacking poisons. But one White man a 29-year-old graduate student decided that those public spaces needed to be diversif…
 
Danny is joined by David Parsons of Nostalgia Trap to discuss the GI coffee houses that emerged during the Vietnam War and served as important sites of debate about the war and US empire. Danny and David discuss a variety of issues, from culture's role in shaping history to the failures and successes of the coffee house movement and what these migh…
 
While Alan is taking the week off, Andreas invites Coach Finstock of Full Haus podcaster fame to talk about life, family and food. Topics discussed on the episode included: The absolute state of Sweden, The Resistance Movement in brief and some current news stories. Nordic Frontier is an English speaking podcast and a sister broadcast to the glorio…
 
Danny and Derek talk about North Korea's new weapons developments, the chaos going on in Haiti, the announcement of a new US-UK-Australian military pact (and France's response), and recent revelations about how General Mark Milley responded to Donald Trump's post-election breakdown. The boys then speak with Samuel Moyn, Luce Professor of Jurisprude…
 
The scientists affiliated with the early Royal Society of London have long been regarded as forerunners of modern empiricism, rejecting the symbolic and moral goals of Renaissance natural history in favor of plainly representing the world as it really was. In Aesthetic Science, Alexander Wragge-Morley challenges this interpretation by arguing that …
 
Howard talks to Henry Hardy, Fellow of Wolfson College, University of Oxford, and the author of In Search of Isaiah Berlin: A Literary Adventure about the many joys—and occasional frustrations—of being the principal editor of one of the 20th century's most captivating public intellectuals. Howard Burton is the founder of Ideas Roadshow, Ideas on Fi…
 
How can ideas from sociology help us understand history and economics? In Trade and Nation: How Companies and Politics Reshaped Economic Thought (Columbia UP, 2021), Emily Erikson, Associate Professor of Sociology at Yale and Academic Director of the Fox International Fellowship, explores the major shift, which occurred during the seventeenth centu…
 
Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, first published in 1792, is a work of enduring relevance in women’s rights advocacy. However, as Sylvana Tomaselli shows, a full understanding of Wollstonecraft’s thought is possible only through a more comprehensive appreciation of Wollstonecraft herself, as a philosopher and moralist who…
 
This week’s guest on the season premiere of the podcast is author, activist and CNN commentator Keith Boykin. In our wide-ranging conversation, Keith and I chat about his childhood in St. Louis, Missouri, working in the Clinton White House, living his life out loud as a black gay man, and his new book "Race Against Time: The Politics of a Changing …
 
After more than 20 years working in the shoe business, Wayne Edy decided to strike out on his own, risking most of his savings to launch his own brand. Knowing he was entering a crowded field, he focused on a niche sport—trail running—and developed a lightweight shoe with a rubber-cleat sole, well-suited to the terrain near his home in England's La…
 
ON THIS DAY, 11 September 2021, America remembers the firefighters, policemen, and first-responders who died at Ground Zero twenty years ago. We remember them as heroes. No doubt, many remarkable and selfless deeds were done on this day, worthy of praise and remembrance. But there is a difference between a heroic, selfless deed and a heroic soul, a…
 
Danny and Derek begin the episode with some reflections on their 9/11 experience. They then interview Jim Lobe, director of LobeLog and contributing editor at the Quincy Institute’s Responsible Statecraft, about the intellectual origins of the coalition that after 9/11 pursued endless war. The boys then interview Laila Ujayli, associate editor at I…
 
Danny and Derek speak with Leslie Lee III, the host of Struggle Session, about post-9/11 culture and how the United States' imperial adventures influenced movies, TV, and video. They discuss a number of cultural products, including the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the DC universe, 24, The Shield, and much more, to explore how Americans used culture t…
 
The leaves are not the only things turning brown in the land of the Nords. Tune in to find out how and why you should fight this trend. Topics discussed on the episode included: The absolute state of Sweden, The Resistance Movement in brief and some current news stories. Nordic Frontier is an English speaking podcast and a sister broadcast to the g…
 
For nearly a quarter century, since he produced the first interview of Osama bin Laden, the threat of terrorism and its implications for national security has been the focus of Peter Bergen’s prolific work. The most recent of his nine titles closes the book on bin Laden, charting his rise and fall and world that passed him by. Peter then turns his …
 
hr 1 Hosts James Edwards and Keith Alexander remember the legacy of Bill Rolen and the early years of TPC before setting their sights on this week’s news. hr 2 Guest: Officer Jim Lancia – TPC’s criminal justice correspondent is a former officer of the Bridgeport (CT) Police Department and author of the book, Downtown White Police. He’s back with us…
 
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