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Nobody’s perfect, let’s party! Join Deanna Seymour, a mom, a wife, and usually too tired to figure out what else, as she chats with other amazing humans about their imperfect journeys. Sometimes life can feel a little overwhelming, lonely, and challenging. Sprinkle in some self-doubt, body image crap and a little shame, and it can get downright sucky real quick. Deanna spent over three decades being uncomfortable in her own skin. After becoming a mom, she decided to call a truce with her bod ...
 
What This Song Means To Me... is a weekly podcast featuring poignant, real-life experiences of everyday people, set to a song that transformed their lives: a woman who used Fiona Apple's dynamism to cope with bullying and self-harm in her adolescence; a former engineer who turns to Chris Cornell's intensity to find redemption after losing his perfect job and home; an artist who channels Alicia Keys' courage to mend a fractured relationship with her mother. This podcast does not search for ob ...
 
Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators. Join the debate at www.intelligencesquared.com and download our weekly podcasts every Tuesday and Friday. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/intelligencesquared.
 
What does it look like to be who God created you to be no matter what? No matter your past, no matter your current circumstances, your relationship status, your career journey, no matter what life throws at you. Hanna Seymour and friends have vulnerable and life-giving conversations about what that actually looks like-- to be who God created you to be no matter what.
 
Diving In is a conversation you will want to be part of - Louise and Virginia have been best friends since university - they share a passion for story telling and read loads of good books. Make yourself a cup of tea and listen in as they share the books they’ve been loving, and also the films, TV series, podcasts and articles they’ve enjoyed.
 
After getting struck by a radioactive meteor, Connie Opland (Amanda Kay) becomes the latest contender in a world of super hero celebrities: Megaton Girl. With the help of her girlfriend and tactician, Laurel Fitz (MIchelle Deco), and her mentor and manager, Kirby (Jason Marnocha), Connie aims dethrone the corrupt and arrogant Captain Valiant (P.M. Seymour) as the greatest hero in the word.http://megatongirl.com
 
Claire is a 22-year-old singer-songwriter and health/fitness enthusiast just trying to find her way. She loves giving advice and talking to herself, so why not spend an hour doing both curled up on the floor of her closet? Cozy. Tune in to chit-chat about all things music, life, health, and gossip- sounds chaotic but really there’s just a little something for everyone here.
 
RugbyPass Offload is a weekly show hosted by Marc Edwards with a stellar cast of current and former professional players, including former Scotland's Ryan Wilson and Bristol's Max Lahiff as well as regular guests like Nigel Owens, Simon Zebo, Jamie Roberts and Jack Nowell. Each week the panel will be rounding up all the latest action from the rugby world and giving unrivalled insight into our game in a relaxed and lighthearted format. They will also be sharing stories from their careers at t ...
 
Join Creating Magic Vacations travel advisors Ryan Hedstrom and Shayne Seymour as we share travel tips, travel ideas, and travel experiences to help you become a Travel- Planning Superhero. Maximize enjoyment of your travel with the Must-DOs, avoid stress and misery with the Must-Do-NOTs, or dream along as Ryan, Shayne, and their guests regale their travel stories. You’ll enjoy travel tips, ideas, and stories so that you can experience the magic of amazing travel destinations like Disney, Un ...
 
A unique look at the artists that bring our favorite beers to life through their artwork, labels and design. This beer agnostic project will feature a new artist each week and explore their process, how they teamed up with the brewery and learn a little bit more about their story. Join us on this unique adventure into the Craft Beer industry.
 
Exploring magical reality through fiction, chapter by chapter, beginning with The Belgariad books. It is impossible for us to stay on the surface, so expect a deep dive into the juicy stuff of our lives! Read along with us, spoiler free, as Alysia discovers the stories for the first time, and Sondra, a twenty-year veteran of the tales, enjoys the ride. This is an intimate discussion, which delves into the hosts' personal lives. Since one's a holistic therapist, and they're both authors, the ...
 
Our podcast Redefining Medicine captures the journeys and stories of healthcare practitioners and innovative visionaries, all of whom are actively changing the way medicine is practiced. Through a more personal and intimate perspective, our interviews will spotlight the most current health technologies, practices, and protocols. As the convergence of medicine and technology strengthens, our podcast will continue to illuminate the most innovative and groundbreaking research--and the clinician ...
 
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The prospect of David Seymour becoming deputy Prime Minister is now a step closer to reality. The ACT party continues its upward trend with a five percent increase in the latest One News Colmar Brunton Poll. Act Leader David Seymour has overtaken National Leader Judith Collins in the preferred Prime Minister stakes. He is on 11 percent while Collin…
 
Labour and National have both taken a hit in the latest One News Colmar-Brunton poll - with the Act Party proving the big winner. Tonight's poll puts Labour at 43 percent - down 3 - and National at 26 percent - also down 3. Act are at 14 percent - up 5 points. The Green Party on 8 percent - no change there. As for preferred Prime Minister - Jacinda…
 
On today's episode, Deb speaks with Ryan Courtemanche, Regional Manager with Bridgestone. Ryan is a fantastic leader of managers, building great teams that perform at a high level. Ryan's approach is one to learn from and I know you'll enjoy our conversation. You can connect with Ryan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rmcourtemanche/ BLIND S…
 
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Graham Bathe about Wolfhall and the Seymour family. Find out more about your host at On the Tudor Trail. Join our Talking Tudors Podcast Facebook group for all the behind-the-scenes news and updates. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all my wonderful patrons! If you love Talking Tudors and would like to show …
 
On a week where the country commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, Campbell University homeland security professor Lt. Cdr. Nicole Winget and retired Staff Sgt. Josh Seymour (an undergrad studying cyber security at Campbell) joined Rhymes With Orange to talk about their decisions to join the military after 9/11 and how the last 20…
 
Join Em Stroud and her Clown Barabra as they chat all things The Possibilist with Gita. What is a Possibilist? How can we move from optimism or realism into the way of being the Possibilist. How will being the Possibilist make your life better? How is Barbara already a Possibilist and what else does she discover is possible while chatting to Gita? …
 
Markets seeing their worst day in months, with the Nasdaq dropping nearly three percent, its biggest decline since March. The traders discuss how they’re playing the pullback, and where they see markets going from here. Plus why one top investor says there may be more selling ahead -- what he’s doing with his money now.…
 
In this week's episode Anne Boden CEO of Starling Bank speaks to Linda Yueh about setting up her own bank. In her remarkable story Boden reveals how she broke through bureaucracy and successfully countered widespread suspicion to realise her vision for the future of consumer banking. She fulfilled that dream by founding Starling, the winner of Best…
 
Join Em Stroud and her Clown Barbra as they chat all things self care in leaders. What is self care and what does that really mean if you are in a leadership role? If you are not a leader in business how can you lead yourself so that self care becomes your normal? Why does self care matter and what does it look like for you? We chat all things time…
 
It's mental health awareness week and to mark it, Bryan Crump talks to a very well-known New Zealander on the line, on a subject he'd rather had not happened. The sudden death of his close friend, Wellington cafe owner and entrepreneur, Nick Ryan. Martin Bosley wrote a heartfelt obituary for Nick after his death. He talks to Bryan about the grievin…
 
Its our way or the Highway says a majority of Dunedin councillors - who voted today to make the main street one way to cars. George street will only be open to cars travelling North to South - towards the Octagon as part of a transformation of the city's main shopping precinct in a bid to make the space more liveable for all. Councillor Jim O'Malle…
 
Last week news broke that streaming giant Netflix has acquired the rights to the full back catalogue of the works of 20th Century author Roald Dahl. It had to spend a huge amount of cash to get the Roald Dahl Story Company, and Netflix has committed to a production budget of over one billion dollars to create series and one off productions out of D…
 
There is a lot riding on this Monday's Covid-19 level announcement, and not just for Aucklanders desperate to get back to a life as relatively normal. A shift down to level 2 for the country's biggest city could also mean a drop to level one for everyone else - opening the door to events with no restrictions on crowd numbers. As Conan Young reports…
 
New Zealanders desperately hoping for a ticket home are now having a go through the latest release of MIQ rooms. 3800 rooms are up for grabs in October, November and December. The lobby - or the waiting room - opened at 5pm and thousands of people poured in. At 6pm those people were given a randomised number. NRL ref Henry Perenara told Checkpoint …
 
The clock is ticking down to Tuesday's MIQ lottery with 3800 rooms to be allocated from 6pm. It is the second one since the government changed the system. People get an hour to pile into the virtual and randomly get allocated a pot in the queue. Last time though the demand way dwarfed supply and there likely to be thousands of disappointed would be…
 
The government is expected to release more details of its pilot home isolation scheme for business tomorrow, with a long list of companies keen to get on board. Meanwhile across the Tasman, South Australia has already been trialling a similar scheme for interstate arrivals, and is now expanding it to include Defence Force workers coming home from o…
 
A cut-price Covid-19 rent clause that has been added to legislation has blindsided some property managers. The amendment to the Property Law Act would mean commercial tenants will not have to pay full rent if they cannot do business as usual due to Covid-19 restrictions. Landlords can only demand a "fair proportion" of what is due and both sides ha…
 
For parents and children in Auckland it's been a juggling act of home schooling and working from home for the last six weeks. And as school holidays begin next Monday children will spend nearly nine weeks at home all up - regardless of whether we move to level 2. Reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi went to see how they're fa…
 
A pause on the housing market during the latest lockdowns is unlikely to be enough to increase affordability. Latest figures show in the year to August, all major centres saw house prices rise, with median values in some suburbs like Auckland's Ponsonby increasing by close to $600,000. But with uncertainty around what activity will look like over t…
 
It's the battle of the border blueprints. Opposition parties are this week setting out how they would manage the border, although one got their first. Both want vaccinated New Zealanders to be able to travel freely by the end of the year. It comes of the back of the latest political poll, which shows ACT Leader David Seymour has overtaken National'…
 
On Tuesday evening thousands of New Zealanders are joining the virtual MIQ lobby for the next lottery of vouchers. 3800 rooms in managed isolation for October, November and December are being released at 6pm. It is the second room allocation since the government introduced the new system where people are randomly placed in a queue - giving everyone…
 
The government has issued a new plea to Aucklanders over Covid-19 testing as the tail of Delta continues to bear down on the city of sails. It is asking all people working in level three businesses to get tested twice in the next two days. There were eight new cases in the community today and Aucklanders will have to wait until next Monday to find …
 
Treasury yields are at three-month highs, and one top strategist says they’re going even higher from here. BTIG’s Julian Emanuel joins us with his forecast, and where he says you should be putting your money now. Plus, Facebook is putting a pause on its Instragram for kids product. What that means for the company and the state of social media.…
 
We are entering the Exponential Age. Between faster computers, better software and bigger data, ours is the first era in human history in which technology is constantly accelerating. Azeem Azhar - writer, technologist, and creator of the acclaimed Exponential View newsletter - understands this shift better than anyone. Technology, he argues, is dev…
 
Dr. Crozier is recognized as a leader in both the research and application of integrative medicine and a pioneer in the field of genetics-based medicine. After graduating from Des Moines University & College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in 1994 with a Doctorate of Osteopathy, he completed his internship and residency in Obstetrics and Gyneco…
 
As a 10th century ruler she is frequently referred to as a warrior queen....this daughter of Alfred the Great appears to have been respected by the people of her time, but was she murdered? On today’s episode historian Annie Whitehead fills in the details of this fascinating woman named, Aethelflaed. Show Notes After the Show (Exclusive) Credits: H…
 
Dreem2Reality Entertainment presents The Rock Vegas Podcast. On today's show: Ryan and Dave host! The guys start the show with some Rick and Morty Mad Lib jokes before jumping into trailers for Vacation Friends, Hooking Up, Man of God, and Escape From Area 51. Then, the guys watch Awkwafina's song "My Vag" before watching a few more trailers for ol…
 
As the National Party works to rebuild its reputation with the New Zealand public, its former leader has made a Covid-19 comeback criticising the government's pandemic response. But as political reporter Charlie Dreaver reports, it's unclear whether Sir John Key's war of words will help or hamper Judith Collins' precarious position as leader.…
 
Door-to-door Covid-19 testing in Auckland is being seen as a way to help Auckland out of a costly lockdown. Mobile testing vans have been visiting suburbs where the virus has been circulating, and knocking on doors to offer tests and vaccines. A public health expert says it's a good use of resources and should be expanded. Jordan Bond reports.…
 
For businesses home isolation will be a game changer; employees can get overseas and back without having to compete for a spot in MIQ. The government's revealed it will start a pilot scheme next month - capped at 150 people who must be citizens and fully vaccinated. The criteria will be announced on Wednesday with expressions of interest opening on…
 
As Aotearoa looks to the future of its Covid-19 response, there is increasing talk about how businesses will deal with mixing the vaccinated with the unvaccinated. Maybe it is a vaccine passport, but there are questions about the legality of enforcing it and who would hold responsibility - the government or businesses? Some of the big names in Well…
 
Right now MIQ is a bigger risk to business than Covid-19 according to a leading entrepreneur who's detailed an alternative isolation plan in a bid to get businesses travelling again. The boss of Animation Research, Sir Ian Taylor, believes companies can be trusted to manage their own strict home isolation freeing up spots in MIQ for other returning…
 
The former Ports of Auckland boss brought in lawyers to negotiate his exit payout of nearly $1 million, but any details as to why he was given the money remain under wraps. Auckland's Mayor Phil Goff is furious about the amount of money dished out to Tony Gibson and demanded a 'please explain' from the board. But that explanation has failed to ease…
 
The South Island has not had a case of Covid-19 in the community for more than a year, despite that they woke today of news that another big event has been canned. Guns n' Roses called off their November tour, rescheduling it until December next year, but with no Dunedin show. Our Otago-Southland reporter, Timothy Brown, has more.…
 
Eden Park says it will struggle to stay commercially viable if vaccination rates in Auckland do not get close to 90 percent. As the prospect of summer crowds and concerts draw closer, major events are mulling how to keep punters Covid-19-free. For now, the country's largest ground has stopped short of saying it will require proof vaccination before…
 
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Sarah Gristwood about her new book, 'The Tudors in Love'. Visit Sarah's official website. Find out more about your host at On the Tudor Trail. Join our Talking Tudors Podcast Facebook group for all the behind-the-scenes news and updates. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all my wonderful patrons! If you love …
 
A livestream on September 20th, discussing the lives of Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard, and Catherine Parrjoin livestreams every Monday and Thursday at 9 pm EST at twitch.tv/bluelizardgutsIntro Music:Zetta - Greensleeves (Kill The Copyright FREE RELEASE) By Kill The Copyright is licensed under a Cre…
 
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