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Every week, we take a bite-sized look at legal and economic developments in locales around the world as we try to decipher global trends in law and business with the help of our international guests. No topic is too big, too small, too simple, or too complicated. We plan to cover continents, countries, regimes, governance, finances, legal developments, and whatever is trending on Twitter. Connect with us: - https://twitter.com/globallawbiz - https://www.linkedin.com/company/harris-bricken - ...
 
Award-winning author, Dr. Robert E. Jackson, Jr., teaches Biblical principles on marriage, family, parenting, current events, evangelism, discipleship and health issues. Over 40 years as a medical doctor, 38 years of marriage, and parenting 9 children give Dr. Jackson a unique, relevant perspective on Christian life issues.
 
These sermon message podcasts are a ministry of Emmanuel Faith Community Church of Escondido, Calif. Ryan Paulson is the Lead Pastor. Our messages are available on a weekly basis from Pastor Ryan, our other preaching pastors, and guest speakers. We hope you enjoy these messages as you listen and grow deeper in the Word of God, and closer to the Lord Jesus Christ. Thanks for listening!
 
Want to create a hugely successful online course, one that has a major impact on the lives of your students? If you want to learn how to create online courses from the best, you turn to Mirasee; and if you want to host that course, you can’t go wrong using the powerful platform, Ruzuku. Ruzuku co-founder Abe Crystal and Mirasee founder and CEO Danny Iny know what it takes to stand out and be successful in the online courses industry. And now they’re teaming up to share this intel with you in ...
 
Join VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, speaker, pastor) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.
 
Primal Screen is a show about movies, from the ones on the big screen to the ones you stream. A mix of new release and retrospective film reviews, and occasional interviews with film practitioners on 3RRR 102.7FM in Melbourne, Australia. Presented by Paul Anthony Nelson and Flick Ford with regular guest critics. Co-producer and panel operator: Karl Chapman Podcast editor: Maudie Osborne The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp. ...
 
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Poetry To Go

Christopher Yarsawich

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Our lives are too busy, distracted and dissatisfying. Art can jolt us back to the moment, to the simple joy of living. Poetry especially awakens my “mind's attention from the lethargy of custom, and directing it to the loveliness and the wonders of the world before us.” Here I share with the universe those poems that for me best peel away “the film of familiarity and selfish solicitude,” pointing a way back to the life more abundant.
 
A Neighborly Place is a podcast that celebrates the power of the indomitable human spirit, sharing stories of individuals who live in neighborhoods all throughout Southern Arizona. The podcast dives into topics that include inspiration and motivation, health and wellness, struggle and overcoming.
 
I have been on a personal wellness journey for many years due to watching my father get diagnosed and suffer from one illness or disease to the next (heart attack, 2 open heart surgeries, diabetes, stroke, colon cancer) until he passed away in March 2016. I kept questioning why my parents, my friend’s parents and so many other people were getting diagnosed with diseases, being put on so many medications and developing food sensitivities & allergies. I knew from personal experience that it wa ...
 
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In this episode of Weirdhouse Cinema, Rob and Joe contend with the glittering, cosmic glory of Luigi Cozzi’s 1983 film “Hercules,” starring Lou Ferrigno as the mighty hero, William Berger as science-loving King Minos and Sybil Danning as his daughter Adriana. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Belfast-born actor Ciarán Hinds tells Tom Sutcliffe about playing Kenneth Branagh’s grandfather in the director’s semi-autobiographical film Belfast, set in the early years of The Troubles in Northern Ireland.Historian Hallie Rubenhold and critic Hannah McGill discuss Guillermo Del Toro’s Nightmare Alley and Julian Fellowes’s US answer to Downton A…
 
Munich: The Edge of War is new film set in 1938 at the time of the Munich Agreement when the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain was making a last ditch attempt to avoid war with Hitler’s Germany. Starring Jeremy Irons as Chamberlain it concerns the efforts of a young civil servant, played by George MacKay, who is sent to Munich to secure a …
 
To commemorate MLK Day, Phil asks Esau McCaulley if we’re making progress on race or if we’ve gone backwards in the last few years. His answer might surprise you. Skye then interviews Old Testament professor, David T. Lamb, about the updated version of his book, “God Behaving Badly: Is the God of the Old Testament Angry, Sexist and Racist?” Lamb ar…
 
Tilda Swinton talks to Samira about her new film Memoria, in which she plays a Scottish woman who, after hearing a loud 'bang' at daybreak, begins experiencing a mysterious sensory syndrome while traversing the jungles of Colombia.We investigate the widespread use of NDAs in acting auditions, hearing from actors who are often being asked to sign th…
 
If an advanced civilization existed on earth several million years ago, would we actually be able to detect that they were here? It may sound like conspiracy theorist bait, but a serious and balanced look at the question reveals a lot about geology, climate and the search for alien life. In this episode of the Stuff to Blow Your Mind podcast, Rober…
 
In Episode #89, we are joined by Akshat Divatia, an immigration attorney at Harris Bricken. We discuss: How Akshat's experience as an immigrant and time abroad impact the way he helps clients through the U.S. immigration process An overview of the U.S. immigration system's types of visas The U.S. immigration system vs. other countries The worldwide…
 
Actor Adrian Lester joins Samira to discuss his varied career on stage, in film and now back on UK television in the gripping new ITV police drama, Trigger Point.Scottish musicians Rachel Newton and Lauren MacColl AKA Heal and Harrow perform live ahead of Glasgow's Celtic Connections festival. Their music is a response to the 16th and 17th century …
 
Jeff Perry is the founder of More Than Engineering, a company that helps purpose-driven engineers and tech professionals make intentional career transitions that facilitate growth and development in their professional and personal lives. It’s important to meet clients where they are without judgement and without being afraid to guide them out of th…
 
Episode 203: On May 7, 1992, after the McDonald’s restaurant on Kings Road near Keltic Drive in Sydney River, Nova Scotia, closed for the night and the overnight crew was coming in and the evening crew was leaving. Three young men, armed with a shovel handle, knives and a .22 calibre pistol robbed the establishment. They beat, stabbed and shot 4 of…
 
How do insects factor into our traditions of death -- and how do insects handle their own burials? Find out in this classic episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind as Robert and Joe discuss ants, termites, Virgil, ancient civilizations, bees and more. (originally published 1/21/2021) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.c…
 
Writers Okechukwu Nzelu and Stephanie Merritt join Tom Sutcliffe to review Hanya Yanagihara’s novel To Paradise, eagerly awaited by fans of her Booker-shortlisted A Little Life. Over three distinct time settings it tells a vast story about the United States, Hawaii, love and responsibility, taking in climate change and pandemics along the way. And …
 
Kirsty Lang speaks to John Preston who has won the Costa biography award for Fall: The Mystery of Robert Maxwell.As a new vinyl pressing plant opens in Middlesbrough, we hear about the long delays facing bands because of the LP renaissance. And filmmaker Jessica Kingdon discusses her award-winning observational documentary Ascension. Filmed in 51 l…
 
Last week, the country commemorated the one-year anniversary of the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Phil, Skye, and Kaitlyn examine what’s changed, and what hasn’t, since the attack and what impact it’s had on both Christians and our culture. They also respond to Samuel Perry’s article about the way Christian Nationalism threatens democracy. The…
 
We talk to Joelle Taylor fresh from her win last night of the 2021 TS Eliot Prize for Poetry for her collection of poems which explores her life as a lesbian.2022 has three big cultural events in store: Unboxed, the Birmingham Arts Festival marking the Commonwealth Games and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Samira is joined by the man beh…
 
In Episode #87, we are joined by Federico A. de Jesús, Principal at FDJ Solutions. We discuss: Federico's early days in Puerto Rico and American University in Washington, DC Working for Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and the Obama Administration An insider's take on CODELs (congressional delegations) A critical look at US policy toward Latin America Why …
 
As Sheffield's Crucible Theatre celebrates its 50th anniversary, Nick Ahad talks to Artistic Director Robert Hastie. Sheffield pop star Self Esteem on her award-winning album Prioritise Pleasure.Plus public debates about philosophy at Sheffield's Graves Gallery.Photo: Presenter Nick Ahad on location at The Crucible Theatre in SheffieldPhoto credit:…
 
Mary Duggan is the founder of Cockleshell Creative, a company that creates interactive, personal development courses that cater to overwhelmed, creative-minded clients. Investing in a little up-front market research, she found true passion and just the right pieces to put together an incredibly successful course. In this episode of Course Lab, we l…
 
Episode 202: Mathew Charles Lamb was a troubled and disturbed youngster. He was born in Windsor, Ontario, unwanted, to a teenage mother and bounced from one relative’s home to another, never having close relationships with any of them. To him they were merely his keepers. The rules they laid out for him to follow were bothersome to him. Young Matt …
 
The lock and key are such a central part of modern life, both technologically and metaphorically, but when and how did this technological advancement take place? In this Invention-themed episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe dive into the ancient history of security technology. (originally published 1/12/2021) Learn more about your ad-…
 
In his latest film Cyrano, director Joe Wright has tackled the 1897 French verse drama, Cyrano de Bergerac. He joins Tom Sutcliffe to discuss turning a classic into a musical and dispensing with Cyrano’s prominent nose.The winner of the Costa Poetry Award Hannah Lowe talks about her collection The Kids, an autobiographical series of sonnets which p…
 
Filmmaker Andrea Arnold on her first documentary film, Cow, about the life of two cows, which one critic described as 'a meaty slice of bovine socio-realism.' We talk to Dr Ahmad Sarmast, founder and director of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music, about the organisation's recent departure from the country.And Claire Fuller has won the Cost…
 
Phil experienced a Twitter typhoon last week when he suggested “love your country” is not a Biblical command. The Holy Post crew unpacks the reactions and asks what separates godly and ungodly patriotism. Then, Skye talks to Christine Caine, founder of The A21 Campaign, about her experience of American evangelicalism as an Australian Pentecostal. W…
 
Ava and Brielle finally see the monster, Mia and company head north to scope out the new base, and Kylie and Jay have a heart-to-heart about what the future holds. Music: "Woeland" by Elderich T'Challa of Nemsis Black @ reverbnation.com/nemesisblack "Bushwhacking" by Rafael Rico @ Artlist.io "A Town Called Dismal" by Josh McCausland @ Artlist.io "L…
 
The Costa Book Awards are in their 50th year. Tonight on Front Row, Chair of Judges Reeta Chakrabarti will join Samira Ahmed to announce each of this year’s category winners for First Novel, Novel, Biography, Poetry and Children’s. We’ll also be hearing from the winner of the First Novel Award.French director Julia Ducournau discusses her film Tita…
 
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