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They were so much older then, they're younger than that now: Mark Pringle and Barney Hoskyns reel in the years and riff on all that's new this week in the world's biggest library of music journalism — definitive interviews with legends of the last 60 years by the pop press' greatest writers ... and much much more. The RBP podcast is produced by Jasper Murison-Bowie and is a proud part of Pantheon — the podcast network for music lovers.
 
Many professionals today work with and around infectious diseases. Dedicated to those serving on the front lines of infectious disease, this podcast is for nurses, doctors, emergency responders, scientists or anyone who may come in contact with biological agents at the worksite. A podcast where a public health behaviorist (Sean) and microbiologist (AJ) discuss worksite risks and strategies which can be implemented to prepare and protect you against the next emerging infectious disease threat ...
 
Many barriers exist that can prevent us from seeing the cross clearly. We want to attempt to remove those barriers and share the gospel. But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear (1 Peter 3:15). For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. (Romans 1:16) Sup ...
 
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Episode 50 Series: How Were Your Barriers Removed - 10 How many barriers can God overcome to reach His lost sheep? In this episode of the Removing Barriers podcast, we continue the "How Were Your Barriers Removed?" series and talk to Mike, whose many barriers to salvation were gloriously removed by Jesus Christ. Discover how a Catholic upbringing, …
 
In this week's podcast, Mark and Jasper are joined by the excellent Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike to talk about her new Nico book, You Are Beautiful and You Are Alone: The Biography of Nico. Jennifer shares the story of where the idea for the book came from and contemplates comparisons of Nico with Marianne Faithfull. The three of them also conside…
 
The ultimate goal of any safety program is to eliminate, or at the very least, reduce incidents, accidents, and injuries in the workplace. Many safety professionals solely evaluate their safety programs' success or failure on data based on these lagging indicators. While these indicators are easily measured and quantified using a variety of methods…
 
Episode 49 It has been said that not supporting the president is like wishing that the pilot flying the plane we're all on crashes and burns. The scriptures are not ambiguous about God's desire for the relationship between Christians and their government: we obey, submit, and pray for them that rule over us as they punish evildoers and reward the g…
 
Ever feel like you are banging your head on a wall when trying to get people to behave safer in the workplace and leadership seems to be out to lunch? Join AJ and Sean as they discuss the risks of absentee leadership in safety. During this podcast they will define absentee leadership, discuss the importance of leadership in safety, and strategies f…
 
In the new episode of the RBP podcast, hosts Barney, Mark & Jasper welcome the great Nelson George into "the cupboard", all the way from his native Brooklyn. Nelson talks about his long and distinguished career, from interning at Billboard via his Village Voice column to his recently-published collection The Nelson George Mixtape, Vol. 1. His hosts…
 
Episode 48 The world came to a screeching halt in the spring of 2020. A new and contagious virus was spreading like wildfire and all levels of government worldwide scrambled for damage control solutions. Major shifts were happening quickly: politicians wielded deeply questionable power in the name of damage control, scientists pushed the envelope i…
 
A discussion with Sean and AJ - who are both public health professionals but come from different positions when discussing the COVID-19 vaccine. Join AJ and Sean as they discuss their reasons specific to whether they chose to receive the COVID-19 vaccine or not. Regardless of our differences, we both believe the vaccine must be made available to al…
 
Episode 47 When a veteran of the Brooklyn Center, Minnesota police force confused her taser for a pistol and shot an unarmed black man, the fiery cries for defunding police received more fuel. The bodycam footage seems to indicate a genuine mistake, but protestors are convinced of malicious intent. What does this mean for the argument to defund pol…
 
Directly stated - nurses, doctors, healthcare providers, emergency responders, veternarians, and clinical laboratorians ARE NOT and HAVE NOT been adequately prepared to respond to emerging infectious diseases. Hospital practices including triage, donning and doffing of PPE, collection of specimens, and treatment of highly infectious patients is a d…
 
In this episode, hosts Barney Hoskyns, Mark Pringle & Jasper Murison-Bowie welcome the one & only Vivien Goldman to join them live & direct from her beloved Jamaica — and to talk about her life as a writer about postpunk, reggae, dub & her other "outernationalist" passions. The "Punk Professor" reminisces about her days on Sounds & the UK's other "…
 
Episode 46 Series: How Were Your Barriers Removed - 9 Perhaps you are inclined to think that a person raised in a genuinely Christian home where God's name and word are revered would have no barriers to salvation. Or maybe you are that person and are struggling with barriers that few even know about. In this episode of the Removing Barriers podcast…
 
Did SARS CoV-2 come from a laboratory? If so, what will the consequences be? Listen in as Sean Kaufman and AJ Troiano discuss the possible origins of SARS CoV-2, the implications of this event, and how this could have started a pandemic threat. Visit our website or contact us for more information, podcast ideas, or to provide feedback on the Prepar…
 
Episode 45 Most Christians (and perhaps most unbelievers, too!) would agree that something is incredibly wrong in the U.S. political system. Jesus calls the Christian the salt and the light of the earth, so how should the Christian interact with 21st century American politics, if at all? How is scripture to shape our political views? What should we…
 
Gloves alone will not keep you safe. How you remove contaminated gloves could put you at risk. AJ and Sean discuss the importance of Safer Gloving and recommend strategies for effective and safer glove removal. The "Beaking Method" was developed many years ago, and when followed will prevent contamination of your hands during the glove removal proc…
 
Who are we and what do our backgrounds bring to the table? AJ and Sean bring a unique perspective to professionals serving on the front line of infectious diseases. Doctors, nurses, laboratorians, and emergency responders can benefit from the strategies provided by a formally trained, doctoral-level microbilogist (AJ) and a 25-year public health pr…
 
In the new episode of the RBP podcast, hosts Mark Pringle, Martin Colyer & Barney Hoskyns invite David Kamp to reminisce about The Rock Snob's Dictionary, already 15 years old but still wonderfully droll and still very on-the-money about people like, well, Mark, Martin & Barney. We ask David to explain the origins of Rock Snobbery and to revisit hi…
 
Episode 44 This is Part 2 of an episode exploring the relationship between cancel culture, free speech, and the church. The climate of public discourse has been soured by cancel culture: the intimidation, uncertainty, and loss of good faith makes any meaningful speech incredibly difficult. Part 2 explores whether speech should be censored in any wa…
 
Episode 43 The tally of people and businesses cancelled for running afoul leftist ideology shows no sign of shrinking and the number of reasons for cancellation are growing even faster. In response, many have bowed the knee to the demands of the "woke" while others have opted to preemptively cancel themselves! In this episode of the Removing Barrie…
 
In this episode we welcome the distinguished New York writer Carol Cooper and ask her to talk us through her career, from her first pieces for the SoHo Weekly News, via the Village Voice and The Face to her present incarnation as an Adjunct Instructor at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Dr. Cooper also talks about her early experiences of live music…
 
Episode 42 Series: How Were Your Barriers Removed - 8 Millions, if not billions of people around the world trust in various moral codes to enhance their lives and adequately prepare them for the life to come. The problem with that is, Jesus declared that there is no other means of life, truth, or salvation except through Him. In this episode of the…
 
Episode 41 In this episode of the Removing Barriers Podcast, we continue to examine the circumstances surrounding the Ma'Khia Bryant shooting, the Derek Chauvin trial, and the tweet LeBron James posted. Many praised the verdict of the Chauvin trial, but was justice served? How has James' tweet served to address (or inflame) the issues exacerbated b…
 
In this episode we invite beloved pop-rock singer-songwriter Marshall Crenshaw to reminisce about his long career, from the 40-year-old Shake single 'Something's Gonna Happen' to the documentary film he's producing about Dylan/Zappa/Velvets producer Tom Wilson. Along the way, Barney, Mark & Jasper ask Marshall about his Michigan upbringing, playing…
 
Episode 40 On April 20th, the same day the verdict came in on the Chauvin trial, Ma'Khia Bryant was shot and killed by a police officer. National tensions reignited, and LeBron James fueled them with a tweet that many took to be a call to dox and harm the officer. But what are the facts of this case? Was the shooting justified? Are children capable…
 
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