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In 1977, Native American activist Leonard Peltier was sentenced to consecutive life terms for killing two FBI agents. Then in 2000, a Freedom of Information Act disclosure proved the Feds had framed him. But Leonard's still in prison. This is the story of what happened on the Pine Ridge Reservation half a century ago—and the man who's still behind bars for a crime he didn't commit.
 
Weekly podcast on the events, policies and ideas that will shape the world. World in 30 minutes is curated by Mark Leonard, Director of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), and features top-level speakers from across the EU and beyond to debate and discuss Europe’s role in the world. It was awarded “Best podcasts on EU politics” by PolicyLab in 2019. Member of the EuroPod network.
 
The show will be focused on addressing questions on how to plan for retirement, maximize your benefits, saving inside and outside of your retirement accounts, Social Security, Medicare, and all things related to PG&E Retirement—hosted by Daniel W. Leonard, CFP®, EA. Dan is a PG&E Retirement Specialist and has 30+ years of experience in the financial industry; and since 2012, he has focused specifically on working with PG&E employees and retirees.
 
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CancerCast

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CancerCast

Weill Cornell Medicine

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New scientific developments are transforming the future of cancer treatment and care. Hosted by world-renowned hematologist and medical oncologist Dr. John Leonard, CancerCast is your window into research breakthroughs, innovative therapies and honest accounts of living with and beyond cancer. Questions or suggestions? Email us at cancercast@med.cornell.edu.
 
SILL TALKS is a podcast dedicated to providing information, finding new ways and developing strategies to help the Architect, Designer and Creatives build better businesses that are profitable and sustainable.In each episode, Arc Egbeiyon Leonard breaks down the core principles that makes architectural businesses worth going into hence helping you find the sweet spot between architecture and business.From Branding to Negotiation for architects to Learning how to find a Niche in Architecture ...
 
You’re a free thinker and you know that perspective is everything!This podcast is a collection of tips, viewpoints and anecdotes from unique & diverse leaders who are both heart-lead and magically mindful.Their stories and experiences have paved the way for them to enjoy health, freedom, and radical joy. Spending time with them in conversation will inspire you at your core.Creative thinkers, heart-lead persons, intuitive beings sharing space. It’s right where you belong. Let your time be spe ...
 
Is something rotten in the hamlet of Nottlikely? The rustic charm of a quaint village somewhere in England (or maybe Wales) belies a dark secret. All the men have suddenly disappeared! Not that the women are terribly distressed, each of them having led singular lives before settling in the countryside. If anyone is equipped to solve a mystery it’s Nigella, Lily, Courtney, Hillary, Plod and local amateur sleuth Mother Theresa, if they can spare the time that is. The Tuck Shop Murders is an ep ...
 
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The Foyer

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The Foyer

Leonard J Arrington Chair at Utah State University

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Many of the most important conversations in a Latter-day Saint ward happen not in the chapel or a classroom but in the meetinghouse foyer. In each episode of “The Foyer,” one or more distinguished guests will join Dr. Patrick Mason for a thoughtful but informal conversation about Mormon history and culture. Episodes will be video cast live with audience Q&A.
 
A podcast like no other, completely honest and unashamedly explicit, join Len, Emma, John, Lucy and Gaz as they watch, review, criticise, praise, adore, theorise, pitch and re-cast all of your favourite shows and films. So put your feet up, relax, pour yourself a drink (we know we will) and listen to us discuss, celebrate and of course be critical.
 
A-list guests like ... Paul McCartney, Stephen Colbert, Bryan Cranston, Judd Apatow, Bill Burr, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Kristen Chenoweth, Sugar Ray Leonard, Chris Matthews, Rob Corddry, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Prosecutor Marcia Clark, Bob Costas and more, join Emmy & Peabody award-winning comedian Paul Mecurio who interviews the biggest names in entertainment/music, media, sports, politics and science. Paul uncovers hilarious anecdotes and never-before-heard insights about his guests and how ...
 
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Maltin on Movies

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Leonard Maltin & Jessie Maltin

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Legendary film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter Jessie are the ultimate movie fans. They love talking about movies, especially with people who share their enthusiasm—from living legends like Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, and Quincy Jones to such contemporary artists as Amy Adams, Viggo Mortensen, Laura Dern, and Bryan Cranston. You’ll meet all kinds of interesting people and hear their recommendations of unsung movies you ought to know.
 
A podcast about technology, philosophy, and science. Hosts Regan Koopmans and Philip Leonard talk about trends and developments in software engineering, distributed systems, and software architecture. They delve into how this interlinks with the science of the universe and the philosophy that surrounds modern and future technology.
 
A podcast for people who see the arts as a force for positive, progressive change. More Devotedly is a gathering point for a community of people who recognize the power of the arts to create change, and who understand how to use that power. The title of the show is inspired by conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein’s reaction to the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963 when he said “This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ...
 
Rev. Leonard (M.Div. Fuller Seminary) is the pastor at Epping Community Church, Epping, NH. His messages are timely, scriptural, and focus on issues of faith. His church serves Christians from a variety of denominational backgrounds, so while Rev. Leonard is himself Reformed he takes an ecumenical approach. While the podcast focuses primarily on sermons, special music, etc. will be included time to time.
 
((((o)))) is brought to you by Leonard Trujillo House Nation airs every Friday Night from 10pm-11pm on 91.7 FM KRTU https://www.trinity.edu/krtu "When sound vibrates at a certain level we can see a corridor. At the end of this corridor is a room where all the secrets are kept. This room is locked and can only be opened through sound. If we play the right combination of tones the door opens and we are allowed to enter the room. Once inside, a secret of life is revealed to us. Every time we pl ...
 
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(10/22/21) Erica Abeel’s new historical fiction novel The Commune is a look at the Hamptons commune populated by the newly liberated women present at the creation of the seminal 1970 Women's March for Equality. Find out what happens when these pioneering feminists find themselves whipsawed between the bold new ideals of the women's movement and the…
 
Last week, French president Emmanuel Marcon presented a massive investment plan – “France 2030”. The roadmap sketches out France’s digital and green transformation and is meant to set up the country – as well as Europe – for growth and success ahead of the French EU Council presidency. But is this strategy only part of electoral campaigning, as cri…
 
In the early morning hours of June 28th, 1975, daylight was breaking on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation when Leonard Peltier, Bob Robideau, and Dino Butler discovered they’d been hiking in the wrong direction. Instead of finding themselves in Manderson, a nearby community home to numerous allies, they were in Pine Ridge village, the command cente…
 
How in the world did we get here? How have things gone so far downhill, so fast? Organized violence. Churches burning. Society in chaos on multiple levels. What has happened? Join Matthew Leonard and author Noelle Mering as they zero in on the "woke" movement – what it is, where it comes from, and what it wants. But this isn’t about politics. It’s …
 
Fifty years ago, Clint Eastwood was already an established Hollywood star, having appeared in a number of movies and TV series. But in 1971, he would begin a new phase of his legendary career when he made his directorial debut with “Play Misty for Me.” On October 18, 1971, Clint Eastwood visited with WGN Radio’s Roy Leonard to talk about that film …
 
All Rights Reserved ©2021- This episode takes an in-depth look at the decriminalization movement from the perspectives of a Canadian lobbyist and advocate who was arrested 23 years ago as a 1st year of University of Toronto student with 1 pds of marijuana doing an illegal U-Turn in Kitchener with no criminal record. The episode also speaks about hi…
 
In today's passage, Peter finally gets what 8 chapters of Mark have been building towards the recognition of Jesus as the Christ. However, the same issue that we have been looking at this entire series remains. Peter's definition of Messiah is still very different than Jesus'. This passage represents a pivot point in the gospel, so we this is the f…
 
When I began my podcast I knew I would enjoy the conversations and I would love meeting new people and discovering what they were all about. All of this has proven itself true and now more and more I'm getting great questions from other people who are considering this platform to share a message. The biggest question is "Should I start my own podca…
 
This week we're joined by Katherine Hartford who is the manager of Lets Grow Together, formally Young Knocknaheeney, and she talks all about her work in the child and parenting services as well a little about her life growing up in the UK and hw she ended up doing what she does in Cork city. For more information about Katherine and Lets Grow togeth…
 
Ryen opens with some NBA talk, including how impressed he is with the Hawks and their depth, before getting a ruling on a pickup hoops encounter (0:44). Next, he chats with ESPN NFL reporter Jeff Darlington about the rumors that Deshaun Watson was close to being traded to the Dolphins, how it would be received in Miami, and what Tua’s future looks …
 
On this episode of the Raving Patients Podcast, Len sits down with Sherrine Washington to discuss the word “Sales” and what it really means. Let's face it, sales is often viewed as a bad five-letter word. When it comes to R.E.A.L Talk Selling, Sales stands for Serve, Assess, Listen, Empower, and Support. Now is the time to involve the entire team a…
 
42% of working Americans surveyed by Pew Research in December of 2018 said they fear they would receive zero benefits from Social Security. Social Security Trustees announced at the end of August this year that in 2033 unless changes are made, Social Security benefits would drop to 75% of their promised initial amounts. 50% of receipts rely on Soci…
 
This guest on the Prosperity Perspective Podcast is incredible; Beate Chelette is a growth architect, german immigrant, single mom, and female leadership advocate. But what makes her story so unique is her ability to press through the very essence of rock bottom, transitioning from being $135,000 in debt to cracking the code and getting back on top…
 
David Chang wouldn’t have opened his first restaurant if he wasn’t depressed. Now, with his Momofuku empire that brings joy to foodies everywhere, David still finds himself struggling to find joy. Marc talks with David about their shared demons and what steps they each take to overcome them, in particular creating boundaries, being less angry, and …
 
(10/21/21) Sibling language experts and regular contributors to the show Kathryn and Ross Petras are the authors of the New York Times bestseller You're Saying It Wrong: A Pronunciation Guide to the 150 Most Commonly Mispronounced Words—and Their Tangled Histories of Misuse as well as Awkword Moments: A Lively Guide to the 100 Terms Smart People Sh…
 
The NBA is back and Ryen opens with his “State of the Association” address (0:34). Next, he chats with The Athletic’s Bruce Feldman about Ed Orgeron’s exit from LSU and who could be the next coach in Baton Rouge, Spencer Rattler’s future, and the top teams in each conference (6:39). Finally, Ryen closes it out with some listener-submitted Life Advi…
 
(10/19/21) Chude Pam Allen and Robert Allen’s new book Reluctant Reformers: Racism and Social Reform Movements in the United States, an updated edition of the latter’s iconic 1974 title, explores the racism that drove the US political system from the early 19th century to the end of World War II. In addition to a forward by New York Times columnist…
 
Kelly has a fascinating conversation with Harvard professor Julie Battilana about her new book, which examines the science behind power and how it’s not something anyone can solely possess. https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3885432/Getting_to_Yes_And_Julie_Battilana_-_Power_for_All__2021-10-14-182932.64kmono.mp3…
 
Patrick Walsh talks about “re-enfranchising” incarcerated audiences in Oregon by directing theater for performances in Oregon prisons. He is the Executive Artistic Director of Northwest Classical Theater Cooperative, who presented their latest production, Antigone, via video during the pandemic. Biography Patrick Walsh, back row, 2nd from right. Pa…
 
The Prosperity Persective Podcast comes back with another inspiring story about guest Carlos A Hidalgo, multi-business owner/founder, coach, and, most incredibly, rock-bottom survivor. Host Liam Leonardson and Caros will talk about the best investment spaces he’s found for he and his wife, how to avoid getting caught up in the “ego” of success and …
 
The Minutemen are back discussing a whole host of shows and films this week. They discuss the global phenomenon Squid Game, the amazing horror triumph that is Midnight Mass. They deep dive into sports documentaries and the Untold series as well as looking forward to Marvels Eternals. Enjoy! Please do subscribe and spread the word of Fan Critical. Y…
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the Ravens' victory over the Chargers, Chiefs-Washington, Browns-Cardinals, and more (0:40), before talking with Super Bowl champion Jonathan Vilma about what we learned from Chargers-Ravens, why the Bills still have to be considered the no. 1 team in the AFC, best skill-position groups in the NFL, Patriots-Cowboys, …
 
It is not every day you get to live your dreams and do what you love; this philosophy guides the professional trajectory for Dr. Pamela Gurley. She is a busy and empowered boss lady working every day to change how Black women are perceived—her personal values are pillars of her professional endeavours. As a fierce entrepreneur, she embraces many ro…
 
Jane Goodall has hope. Yes, even in these times. That doesn’t mean the good doctor looks at the world with rose-colored glasses. It means she knows hope is a necessary part of our survival as a species. Marc talks with Dr. Goodall about The Book of Hope: A Survival Guide for Trying Times and finds out what inspires her these days. They also talk ab…
 
Doug welcomes Paget Brewster, Brandon Collins and Ricky Velez to the show. You can find the entire archive of Doug Loves Movies on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com and use promo code "DOUG." See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-…
 
Wikipedia Defines Strategy as a general plan to achieve one or more long-term or overall goals under conditions of uncertainty. Strategy is an action that managers take to attain one or more of their organization's goals. Strategy can also be viewed as a general direction set for the company and its various components to achieve a desired state in …
 
This week we're joined by fellow Northsider, Robbie Dineen, who put himself forward to speak about his experience of cancer after sadly losing both his parents to the disease. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
(10/15/21) From the early 1980s to the mid-1990s, Bryan Miller was a household name among East Coast foodies as the restaurant critic for the New York Times. Over the course of his decade as a columnist, he dined out more than 5,000 times in eateries around the world. Wine Spectator once called him “the most powerful restaurant critic in America.” …
 
Russillo shares his thoughts on the often-convoluted question of “Who is the best?” before coming up with an answer (0:53). Then Ryen talks with NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah about changes in the ways he evaluates college QBs, Jalen Hurts’s struggles in the Eagles-Buccaneers game, how NFL teams are preparing to stop mobile QBs, the evolution of the…
 
On this episode of the Raving Patients Podcast, Len sits down with Kathryn Gilliam to discuss her approach when coaching dental teams, and dental hygienists in particular to elevate the standard of care and maximize profits. She also believes in coaching communication skills to support teams in building solid patient relationships that lead to incr…
 
A major ruling of Poland’s Constitutional Court challenging the primacy of EU law has escalated Warsaw’s legal and political dispute with Brussels and unleashed serious concerns of a ‘Polexit.’ In this week’s episode, host Mark Leonard speaks with Piotr Buras, head of ECFR’s Warsaw office, and Jana Puglierin, head of ECFR’s Berlin office, about the…
 
John Ross Bowie is a comedic actor you know from such TV shows as The Big Bang Theory and Speechless (not to mention the newly-hatched Feel Good and Generations). His pet project is a new podcast dedicated to character actors called Household Faces. Leonard and Jessie share his interest in these unsung heroes of films and television… and apparently…
 
I very revealing and eye-opening conversation with Ludacris as he talks about his early days and struggles s a rapper, what hard lessons he learned coming up in the music business, his fascinating writing process and what inspires him, his new animated series for young girls inspired by his daughter, hear him talk about raising 4 girls, what legacy…
 
(10/14/21) From the first Women’s March the day after the 2017 inauguration to the Blue Wave in the 2018 midterms or the flood of female presidential candidates in 2020, women from across the ideological spectrum became energized in a way America had not witnessed in decades in response to the presidency of Donald Trump. They marched, they organize…
 
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