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The C13Originals Peabody nominated series is back for Season Three: Jerry Falwell Jr. and Liberty University. A sex scandal rocks one of the world’s largest Christian universities, and the man at the center of it. But that scandal is just the beginning. The award-winning Gangster Capitalism team spoke with more than 80 former and current Liberty students, faculty, staff, high-ranking administrators, and those with intimate knowledge of Falwell Jr. What emerges is the inside story of how the ...
 
Voiced as an e-book, this podcast is a series of heart-felt letters addressed to Michelle Obama. In the letters, I discuss my past; from my rise out of poverty and abuse to the hallowed halls of academia and beyond. Along the way, I make history and encounter a number of celebrities. Join me on adventures that promise to be both heartbreaking and hilarious. Oh! Don't forget to check out, "Ep. Afterthoughts."
 
Marketing Trends is your #1 podcast for all things marketing. Twice a week you’ll get to hear interviews with industry-leading marketers, including CMOs, CEOs, and thought leaders in the field. Tune in to hear the war stories and best practices from marketers who helped build the Fortune 500.
 
The Irish Revolution was a module taught by renowned historian Professor Michael Laffan in the School of History and Archives, UCD from the mid-1970's until his retirement in 2010. The course covers a tumultuous period in Irish history and examines the interaction of different groups (in particular unionists, moderate and radical nationalists, and the British), the causes and impact of events (such as the Home Rule Crisis, the Easter Rising, and the Treaty), and patterns of continuity and di ...
 
Even when we’re not going anywhere, we’re planning our next adventure. As a global leader in travel, Expedia has created this entertaining podcast offering travel information and ideas so you can learn and get inspired. Before you embark on your next trip, join host Nisreene Atassi to swap tips with travel experts and industry insiders, as well as people just like you who have great travel stories to share. Subscribe today, and learn to navigate the online travel booking space and Out Travel ...
 
Business rivals are doing battle every day. On Business Wars Daily, we'll give you a brief daily update on the latest wars between the world's biggest companies. Hosted by David Brown from the hit podcast "Business Wars," listeners will get an inside look at some of today’s most controversial disputes and most surprising business stories: Uber and Lyft competing to invest in city scooters. The latest movie theater grudge match between DC and Marvel. Coffee companies fighting to fill your cup ...
 
In Conversation is a podcast that features faculty from Florida Atlantic University’s Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, talking with Dean Michael Horswell, Ph.D., about research and creative activity that spans the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Each episode spotlights a professor whose scholarly work is affecting the world in a significant way. Listeners will not only learn of the latest developments in the many academic disciplines of the college, but will gain insigh ...
 
Ex-British Paratrooper and history fanatic Bruce Crompton is on a mission and he believes the amazing deeds of forgotten war heroes can help him. Due to the ongoing pandemic, museums all around the world are in danger of closing. If that happens the history contained within them will be lost from the public forever. In this series, inspired by unique museum items and personal artefacts, Bruce narrates incredible tales from the Second World War. He hopes that by telling these true stories, re ...
 
Podcasts from the Universities in Revolution and State Formation Conference, which took place on June 5-6, 2015 in UCD Newman House. The conference brought together a diverse cross-section of international scholars to discuss the Irish university experience of revolution as an important case study in the context of European and global settings. This project was funded by an Irish Research Council New Foundations Award and by University College Dublin Decade of Centenaries Award. Podcasting w ...
 
The reviews are in... Critically Panned is a pop culture podcast starring Caitlin Brenner, Jacob Douglas, Sam Kingma and Sam Mosher. Every Monday, each host will bring a topic from pop culture to kick off discussion, debate and dumb jokes. Movies, TV, music, video games and celebrity culture are fair game, so let the games begin.
 
Wake up to the best sports story you'll hear all day. Monday through Friday, host Pablo Torre brings you an inside look at the most interesting stories at ESPN, as told by the top reporters and insiders on the planet. The breaking news of SportsCenter. The deep dive storytelling of 30 for 30. Get the very best of ESPN. Daily.
 
Please note that because iTunes limits the number of episodes displayed to 300, to start at the beginning of my retelling of the story of England, you need to SUBSCRIBE. You'll then find a regular, chronological podcast, starting from from the end of Roman Britain. I’m a bloke in a shed, but I make sure this is good, properly prepared history, and then fill it with my enthusiasm. You’ll find the great events and people for sure – but also some of the byways, of how people lived, their langua ...
 
Before political correctness, it was a bachelor's paradise! Bachelor's Paradise is a radio play (AKA podcast) about the misadventures of college freshman Robert Turner and his inappropriate best friend, Cornelius Crane, XVI. It's the 1950s. The Cold War rages on. Like Henry David Thoreau, Robert is living in a cabin in the woods in the middle of a harsh New England winter. His sex-crazed pal Cornelius is responsible for his situation. Will these spritely young lads possess the skills require ...
 
Host of Everywhere is College Park: A Podcast This is podcast mini-series is for Black professionals in the field of public health or anyone looking to expand their knowledge of public health issues that disproportionately affect black and brown communities. We feature stories of those affected in an informative & entertaining way. Our shows are produced with academic rigor, edited with journalistic flair, and recorded with a touch of entertainment! This is for US. By Us. #BlackGirlMagic
 
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Andy and Max Olson trampoline back into the realignment fray! With programs eyeing new uniform patches, hesitancy about an expanded playoff format has surfaced. What's given rise to playoff expansion apprehension? Who has their feet on the breaks? Bob Bowlsby and the Big 12 have declared war on ESPN. Why did Bowlsby accuse ESPN of tampering with th…
 
Ishan Misra is a research scientist at FAIR working on self-supervised visual learning. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Onnit: https://lexfridman.com/onnit to get up to 10% off – The Information: https://theinformation.com/lex to get 75% off first month – Grammarly: https://grammarly.com/lex to get 20% off premium – Athl…
 
You’ve heard the 1619 podcast right here on The Daily. And we’ve covered the backlash to the 1619 Project and the battle over critical race theory that followed. In this interview, Ezra Klein, an Opinion columnist at The New York Times and host of The Ezra Klein Show, speaks with Nikole Hannah-Jones and Ta-Nehisi Coates about these skirmishes, and …
 
Omar El Akkad’s new novel, “What Strange Paradise,” uses some fablelike techniques to comment on the migrant crisis caused by war in the Middle East. El Akkad explains that he thinks of the novel as a reinterpretation of the story of Peter Pan, told as the story of a contemporary child refugee. “There’s this thing Borges once said about how all lit…
 
This episode contains mentions of sexual abuse. Simone Biles, 24, showed up on the national stage at 16, when she competed in and won the national championships. She equally impressed at her first Olympics, in 2016 in Rio. Going into the Tokyo Games this year, Ms. Biles — who is considered one of the greatest gymnasts of all time — was expected to …
 
Bernie Sanders is behaving a lot like a pragmatist (just don’t say it to his face). As the Senate Budget chair and a member of Sen. Chuck Schumer’s leadership team, the 79-year-old progressive is one of the most powerful people in Washington and finally has the opportunity he’s been waiting for his whole career: to pass a reconciliation bill with s…
 
The motto of the Olympics is Citius, Altius, Fortius: Faster, Higher, Stronger. It’s what we’ve come to expect from every athlete who competes in the games. Each Olympics, we want to see records shattered for what humans can physically achieve. But how much faster, higher, and stronger can humans get? David Epstein helps us explore the peak of huma…
 
Daniel Shapiro examines how major welfare institutions, such as government-financed and -administered retirement pensions, national health insurance, and programs for the needy, actually work. Comparing them to compulsory private insurance and private charities, Shapiro argues that the dominant perspectives in political philosophy mistakenly think …
 
Every company has a secret sauce —it’s the differentiator that separates one company from the rest of the pack and keeps it successful long-term. For Juniper Networks, CMO Mike Marcellin says that secret sauce centers around how the company is getting its customers to actively engage with its product. “How someone engages with a brand, with a compa…
 
Dean Michael Horswell engages in conversation with Daniel Bolojan as they discuss innovation in deep learning, through the project Deep Himmelb(l)au, and how it can impact the future of Architecture. Deep learning is an artificial intelligence (AI) function that imitates the workings of the human brain in processing data and creating patterns for u…
 
For decades, nuclear weapons did not figure prominently in China’s military planning. However, recent satellite images suggest that the country may be looking to quintuple its nuclear arsenal. Why is China changing strategy now? Guest: David E. Sanger, a White House and national security correspondent for The New York Times. Sign up here to get The…
 
It’s being called one of the most loaded NBA draft classes in recent memory. The projected top three picks: Cade Cunningham, Jalen Green, and Evan Mobley are all talented to enough to be selected #1 overall. ESPN’s Mike Schmitz is here to run down all the names and scenarios you need to know for tonight’s NBA Draft at the Barclays Center. Are the P…
 
A Marxist revolution, a Cold War proxy battle, and a dream of a Black utopia. In 1983, Ronald Reagan ordered the U.S. military to invade the island of Grenada. Almost four decades later, many Americans don't remember why — or that it even happened. This week, Martine Powers, from Post Reports, brings us a story of revolution, invasion, and the afte…
 
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The Tokyo Games has already seen several upsets, but none more surprising than Simone Biles’ stumble on the vault and then her withdrawal from the team gymnastics final. Despite initial speculation of an injury, Biles said she stepped away out of concern for her mental health and whether her performance might hurt the team’s chances. ESPN’s Alyssa …
 
Andy accompanied by The Athletic's Max Olson and David Ubben, spit truth about Texas, Oklahoma, the Big 12, and the SEC in today's show. An awkward, uncomfortable college football divorce has the guys channeling their inner Yeezy, signing "we want prenup! We want prenup (Yeah!)". With Texas and Oklahoma out of the picture, what will the Big 12's mi…
 
This episode contains strong language. The first hearing of the special congressional committee on the Jan. 6 riots was an emotional affair, but it was not quite the investigation that was originally envisaged. In January, lawmakers on both sides spoke of putting aside partisanship and organizing an investigation akin to the 9/11 commission, consid…
 
You might be someone who has spent a majority of the past year working from home. A survey from October 2020 found 71 percent of American workers turned their apartments into office spaces. But starting this fall, companies are opening up their offices again. The C.E.O. of Morgan Stanley made it clear that its employees have to be back by September…
 
The entire Season 2 of C13Originals' critically acclaimed Hope, Through History is available now. Narrated and written by Pulitzer Prize Winning and Best Selling Historian, Jon Meacham, Season Two explores some of the most historic and trying times in American History, how this nation dealt with the impact of these moments, and how we came through …
 
In 2021, data flows from multiple pathways to a marketer's desk, and the insights generated from those datasets feels endless. But one thing is becoming increasingly apparent; despite the information you have on hand, it’s still never enough. “33% of marketers say they are completely satisfied with their ability to use data and to create more relev…
 
Nicole Auerbach, Michael Felder and Chris Vannini discuss the news of Texas and Oklahoma officially announcing that they won't extend their Grant of Rights. What does this mean for the remaining 8 schools in the Big 12? Where does the power shift in the college football landscape? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In the effort to raise America’s vaccination rate, some agencies and private organizations have turned to the last, and most controversial, weapon in the public health arsenal: vaccine mandates. How have the federal government and the White House approached the issue? Guest: Jennifer Steinhauer, a Washington reporter for The New York Times. Sign up…
 
Aaron Rodgers is inching toward a new deal with his Green Bay Packers right when NFL players report to training camps. With the season just around the corner, other situations also remain in question - like Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans. Investigations of sexual assault allegations against Watson are ongoing. ESPN’s Bill Barnwell gets us up…
 
Land, sea, air, space, and cyberspace, that is the multi-domain environment that the Army sees operations occurring in from now forward. What does this shift in viewing the environment mean for all the aspects of raising and sustaining an army and all of its interactions and interdependencies in the joint force? Doctrine is being written and re-wri…
 
This week’s episode stars Nic Cage’s pig, Black Widow’s mind-control pigs, and of course, the Notorious P.I.G. That’s all folks.Timecodes:1:59 - Jordan Peele’s new movie is “Nope”14:54 - Caitlin’s “Pig” review24:14 - “Black Widow” review43:27 - “Space Jam: A New Legacy” review1:16:17 - Fantasy Royale update (French Dispatch, ITYSL S2, McCartney 3,2…
 
A decade has elapsed since the protests that sparked the Arab Spring and ousted Tunisia’s long-standing dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. Despite significant democratic reforms in the North African nation, Tunisians are still taking to the streets en masse in 2021. To understand why, in this episode, War News Radio speaks with Narimen Zorgui, a stu…
 
We've been profiling some of America's most vibrant cities here on Out Travel the System, and now it's time to hear all about what you can experience Only in Boston. Host Nisreene Atassi is joined by chef Paul Wahlberg of yes, that Wahlberg family, and Alma Nove and Wahlburgers, as well as Instagram eagle eye Kate Weiser of Bucket List Boston. Foll…
 
MORE REALIGNMENT MADNESS! Andy and Ari pinch their noses and plunge into the ever-changing college football waters, breaststroking towards Texas A&M's "recruiting nightmare". How would Texas and Oklahoma joining the SEC affect the Aggies' recruiting endeavors? Big 10 faux-commissioner Andy Staples unveils an earthshaking plan that would benefit the…
 
For the past couple of weeks, some Americans have reported a curious phenomenon: They have caught the coronavirus despite being vaccinated. Vaccines are still doing their job by protecting against serious illness and hospitalization, but the frequency of so-called breakthrough infections has surprised experts. How do such cases happen, and what ris…
 
We finish our San Bernardino joyride through Mike Warnke’s 1972 “memoir” with a hex, a horrible crime and a Satanic celebrity cameo. Digressions include digressions include Billie Eilish, wicker men and today’s completely new and not at all throwback panic over critical race theory. This episode includes a wildly fake but nonetheless disturbing des…
 
At the Tokyo Games, the U.S. women’s gymnastics team has found itself in an unfamiliar position: second place after the first qualifying event. Poised to help bring the team back to the top is 18-year-old phenom Sunisa Lee, second in the world to Simone Biles. Lee has balanced the weight of family tragedy — and the pride of being the first Olympian…
 
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