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From 6am Hope 103.2 starts every weekday with a ‘healthy’ breakfast filled with upbeat family fun and loads of useful news and information. Covering everything from world affairs to crazy radio competitions, this is the breakfast show that promises to bring a positive start to every workday.
 
HOPE Church exists to connect people to God, to each other and to the world. We are an United Methodist Congregation with two campuses in Southern New Jersey. The following podcasts are messages from our Voorhees and Mount Laurel locations, both from the same topic but different communicators.
 
Hope Mornings with Katrina Roe offers a range of regular interviews on family life, sport, music and entertainment; along with the latest in news and current affairs. Whether it’s keeping parents up to date on the latest tween fad, or fostering healthy relationships, listeners are sure to find a helpful lifestyle tip in each episode.
 
Morning Devotions is a five-minute daily reflection for anyone curious about faith, or looking for encouragement in their walk with God. In his warm and friendly style, presenter Chris Witts — a well-loved Salvation Army minister — shares bite-sized messages applying faith to everyday life. Subscribe now, wherever you get your podcasts, to receive daily encouragement from Chris Witts. [gravityform id="243" title="true" description="false"] You can also connect with our Morning Devotions team ...
 
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Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Christian Growth brings you the best Bible messages of Simon Manchester, to help you grow in your faith. Simon is currently serving as a pastor at All Saints Woollahra, and is passionate about teaching God’s word to people at all stages of faith. Subscribe now, wherever you get your podcasts, to hear Christian Growth sermons as soon as they're available on Sundays. [gravityform id="243" title="true" description="false"] You can also connect with our Christian Growth team via Hope 103.2’s app ...
 
Time With God is a five-minute Bible-based devotion for anyone keen to start their day with God’s Word, and grow deeper in their faith. Presenter John North, director of Ambassadors for Christ Australia, was born in India to Aussie missionary parents, and grew up in the USA. He’s passionate about applying the Bible to daily life. Subscribe now, wherever you get your podcasts, to join John North every weekday. [gravityform id="243" title="true" description="false"] You can also connect with o ...
 
Discover the secrets of how to tell stories that inspire, influence and sell. In this show, Paul Furlong, Creative Director at Opus Media, interviews world-class story-tellers from all walks of life. Digging deep, Paul attempts to uncover the recurring and unique principles they employ in their storytelling to help you make your stories more engaging and better communicate your ideas to stimulate your audience to take action. This podcast is brought to you by www.TheWriterCoach.com
 
The Hope Book Club will help you find your next great read! Katrina Roe and Natasha Moore review books that will enrich your life. They relish well-written fiction with intriguing characters and thought-provoking themes, and tackle non-fiction with a challenging question at the core.
 
As we navigate the balance between hope and uncertainty, we invite you to join Dr. Cornel West & Professor Tricia Rose on The Tight Rope, a weekly program where we welcome listeners and guests as thought collaborators. The Tight Rope is rich in creative, unfiltered dialogue on topics ranging from culture, art, and music to the contours of systemic racism, philosophy, the power of Socratic self-examination, and the possibilities of a peaceful and just world. Our innovative and interactive for ...
 
A brand new podcast about everything gaming and entertainment media! We include topics like the rise of retro, the monopolization of the entertainment industry, and the effects of streaming on the future of media. Thanks for joining us! Hope you enjoy it.
 
Christian Podcast hosted by a Media Team with many topics, interviews and testimonies that will help you relax and at the same time have fun. We hope this can be a blessing. Este es un Podcast Cristiano dirigido por el equipo de Media con varios temas, entrevistas y testimonios que te ayudaran a relajarte y a la misma vez tener un poco de diversion. Esperamos que sea de bendicion.
 
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Mike Carruthers / OmniCast Media / Cumulus Podcast Network

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Sometimes all it takes is one little fact or one little piece of wisdom to change your life forever. That's the purpose and the hope of "Something You Should Know." In each episode, host Mike Carruthers interviews top experts in their field to bring you fascinating information and advice to help you save time and money, advance in your career, become wealthy, improve your relationships and help you simply get more out of life. In addition, Mike uncovers and shares short, engaging pieces of " ...
 
Jesus Generation is a local youth group located in Burleson, Texas. Our hope and prayer is to see the lost found, the hurt healed, the week made strong, and the pursued pursuing through these free podcasts. You can find more information and other resources on our website at LoveYourJG.com
 
Vox Conversations brings you discussions between the brightest minds and the deepest thinkers; conversations that will cause you to question old assumptions and think about the world and our role in it in a new light. Join Sean Illing, Jamil Smith, and their colleagues across the Vox newsroom for new episodes every Monday and Thursday.
 
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Pr. Justin Kim and his five friends discuss the latest inVerse Bible study guide topics for young adults. This podcast is a joint production of the Sabbath School / Personal Ministries Dept. of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and Hope Channel International. Find more info at inversebible.org, hopetv.org/inverse, or @inversebible on social media outlets.
 
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David's United Church of Christ

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Hope Talks: Stories of Transformation. A Podcast Series Production through David's United Church of Christ delivering stories of hope, faith, and transformational God moments from believers in multiple faiths.
 
A nine minute devotional, brought to you by NineMedia.org - We hope that you join us on this spiritual gifts journey so that you can determine, with clarity, what your spiritual gifts are - and start to use them to build God's kingdom. God can do tremendous thing through you, if you know who YOU are, and who HE is. Remember that through God's word, He provides us with Everything We Need.
 
A weekly mental health podcast from http://Metro.co.uk. Ellen Scott and Yvette Caster chat to people who have lived with mental illness, from shop workers to celebrities, to educate, empathise and challenge stigma. Ellen has OCD, depression and anxiety, Yvette has bipolar disorder and binge eating disorder. Both know what a lonely place mental illness can be. These podcasts offer hope and proof that things can improve. Published every Monday. Follow us on social media http://twitter.com/ment ...
 
This limited-run podcast from WFPL — produced in partnership with IDEAS xLab — brings you first-person accounts from people in your community who’ve overcome some significant challenge and thrived despite the odds. They’re hopeful stories, in a world that’s often full of the opposite. From Louisville Public Media. +
 
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Is the news really the enemy of the people? How can we trust a news source? How do you keep your bias out of your reporting? In today’s episode, I asked journalist Travis Lyles of the Washington Post all the hard questions. And I also take a peek into a journalist’s heart in 2021 when so many people bash them daily. What’s that do to your soul when…
 
In tonight's edition: Sudan's military seized power early Monday. First soliders deployed to the capital, as the military declared a state of emergency. The transitional government leading the nation to civilian rule was dissolved, and civilian leaders arrested. In just weeks the military was supposed to hand leadership of the transitional council …
 
The countercultural witchcraft music of the 1960s, and a study exploring what it is about certain songs that give us a spine-tingling chill. Plus, elephants in Mozambique have evolved to be born without tusks. And the guy who discovered a budget hack for spending just $150 on meals all year: eat every meal at Six Flags. Sponsor: NetSuite, netsuite.…
 
In the aftermath of the Sudanese military seizing control in Khartoum, amateur footage has been emerging, some claiming to show violent scenes and shots fired at protesters. We have been able to verify some images showing protests in Khartoum. Also, with Internet access severely curtailed as the coup happened, how is it that footage can still emerg…
 
It has been two and half years since Sudanese protesters peacefully overthrew their dictator Omar al Bashir. A jubliant moment for Sudan. One designed to propel the country towards democracy. But, the path has not run smooth. In-fighting has plagued the country's joint military-civilian coalition and steep price rises have shaken people's faith in …
 
Since the end of the 18th century, the French-style gardens of the Château de Chambord, in France's Loire Valley, had disappeared. But months of hard work have brought these 6.5 hectares back to life. From lawns to flowerbeds and rows of trees, FRANCE 24 takes you behind the scenes of a model of perfection where there is no room for approximation.…
 
After testing on more than 800,000 children in Malawi, Ghana and Kenya, the WHO has recommended the use of a vaccine against malaria, a disease that kills nearly 400,000 people every year, mostly children under five. The jab is effective against one of the parasites that transmits the disease and reduces the risk of severe cases by 30 percent, whic…
 
News and More: Canby Fire District breaks ground on its new northside station. Canby gains a stop on the Oregon Film Trail. The Cougars run down another win. Canby Conversation: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds, as the Winter Fair returns this year as a walk-through experience. Canby Hall Pass: Megan W…
 
This week, we chat to Australian jazz singer, pianist and composer Sarah McKenzie, who is currently touring France with a mini residency at the prestigious Duc des Lombards jazz club. She tells us more about the creative way in which she connected with musicians from around the world at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. We also meet young Parisi…
 
Advances in genetic engineering are reviving the idea of de-extinction, or whether to bring back extinct animals to try to save endangered ecosystems. But is it really a good idea? What would be the unforeseen consequences of such an act? We speak to Ben Lamm, CEO of the American startup Colossal, which has just raised $15 million to revive the woo…
 
HSBC reported a surprise uptick in profits in the period from July to September, as the UK-based bank's CEO announced it plans to buy back up to $2 billion in company shares. Also, the global cruise industry rebounds after a brutal 2020, and the Democratic majority in US Congress is set to include a tax on the ultra-rich to help raise money for a s…
 
Sean Illing talks with Joe Bernstein of BuzzFeed News about online disinformation and what — if anything — can be done about it. They discuss the role of tech giants in the spread of propaganda, why it's been impossible for researchers to agree on what disinformation even is, and how the nature of both mass media and democracy means that disinforma…
 
If you are booking a commercial flight, what is the best seat to choose? You might want to look at row 49. Listen as I explain why flight attendant Sandra Jeenie Kwon (who has 7 million social media followers) says row 49 is where you will find the best seat on the flight. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-10115201/Flight-attendant-reveals…
 
Vicky and Darren are joined by Andy Cole to reflect on a massive win for Chelsea over struggling Norwich and a convincing win for Man City over Brighton at the AMEX. Also, Man United against Liverpool is previewed, as the biggest game in world football takes centre stage.By Sky Sports
 
Is it possible to work and stay focused in a messy office or environment? This question has actually been tested by researchers at Princeton to see. Listen and find out what they discovered. https://aurorastorage.com/resources/additional-resources/workspace-clutter-reduces-focus-and-productivity/ For centuries people have used storytelling as a pow…
 
EU leaders have been holding a two-day summit in Brussels at which a spat with Poland over its rejection of the EU's legal order was high on the agenda. This after the Constitutional Court in Warsaw ruled earlier this month that EU law applies only in specific, limited areas and that Polish law prevails in all other circumstances. Before the summit…
 
Thanks to a collab between trees and the sun, we can now pinpoint an exact year that the Vikings were in North America. Plus, are sirens actually effective tools for emergency vehicles? And why are apples associated with Halloween? Like what is up with apple bobbing? Sponsor: Shopify, Get a 14-day free trial at shopify.com/kottke Links: Vikings vis…
 
This week, we’re focusing on how France is handling screen addiction in kids. According to the latest figures, over 70 percent of 12- to 17-year-olds in France are in possession of a personal cellphone, the main culprit when it comes to screen dependency. For more on the workings and possible responses to "screen dependency disorder", we meet paedi…
 
60 years before Fukushima, Japan was hit by an ecological disaster in the port city of Minamata. Forgotten by some, its memory is preserved by the illness that bears its name: Minamata disease, or severe mercury poisoning. Now, a new film about one of the worst cases of industrial poisoning in modern times is about to be screened in Minamata for th…
 
In this edition of Europe Now we take you to Slovenia, a country that has been at the crossroads of European empires and power struggles for centuries.This small, mountainous and heavily-forested country is almost completely landlocked. Today, it’s home to just over two million people, many of which love nature and have a soft spot for their countr…
 
When she was only a teenager, Valerie Ka graced catwalks across the African continent as a model and muse. As her political consciousness grew, she became a flagbearer for contemporary African fashion around the world. Today, in a boutique hotel in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, she is overseeing the very first edition of her latest project: Share Afr…
 
How do you define courage? Annette Young talks to Chanel Miller, whose sexual assault at Stanford University sparked public outrage after her assailant served just three months in jail. She bravely decided to go public with her identity and her book has just been published in French.By FRANCE 24 English
 
In Perspective, FRANCE 24 looks at the past and present of one pocket of Southern Africa: the country of Angola. Paula Cristina Roque, who spent much of her Covid-19 lockdown penning a new book on Angola called "Governing In The Shadows", joins us from Lisbon to talk about her work.By FRANCE 24 English
 
Since the beginning of 2021, illegal entries into the United States through its border with Mexico have multiplied. This coincides with the inauguration of President Joe Biden, who promised to undo a restrictive immigration policy put in place by his predecessor Donald Trump. Those who have come to try their luck are mostly single men, but unaccomp…
 
Kara and Scott are (virtually) live from Advertising Week! They discuss Facebook changing its name, Netflix’s Q3 numbers and Trump launching a social network. And they tell us how they feel about the latest vaccine mandate pushbacks from In-N-Out Burger and radio host Dan Bongino. Also, some predictions around Shopify and Square. Send us your Liste…
 
Max and Adam go over what was an absolute barn burner of a game between the New England Patriots and the Dallas Cowboys that the Patriots ultimately lost in heartbreaking fashion, dropping their record to 2-4. This is a banged up football team at the moment with plenty of key players currently on the injury report. How will the Patriots weather thi…
 
Open captions are coming to the big screen as AMC Theaters takes a big step towards accessibility, and a look at captions’ growing popularity among the hearing. Plus, how some of the most popular memes are completely inaccessible. And the group of museums who have started an OnlyFans account. Sponsor: Shopify, Get a 14-day free trial at shopify.com…
 
The head of the Fairtrade Foundation says consumers, businesses and governments need a ‘reality check’ on the situation facing farmers in developing countries. CEO Michael Gidney speaks to FRANCE 24 ahead of the COP26 climate conference, where Fairtrade will be bringing a pledge for businesses. In this pledge, companies will promise to invest in mo…
 
According to a Senate report out of Brazil, the country's far-right president should face at least 10 charges, including crimes against humanity, for his handling of the pandemic. It paints a damning portrait of Jair Bolsonaro's government: one of corruption, negligence and incompetence. With more than 600,000 deaths, Brazil has the world’s second-…
 
Dokuz Sekiz news web portal is one of a myriad of independent Turkish outlets that's opened up on social media in recent years. Like many others, it receives international support. But Turkey's presidential head of communication, Fahrettin Altun, is accusing foreign-funded media organizations of acting as a "fifth column," undermining the governmen…
 
This week, we dip into the world of France’s most iconic cheese: le camembert. It’s a national symbol that French people are very proud of, but recently Italian mozzarella outsold camembert in France. Has there been a major change in the hearts and minds of the French? Meanwhile, small and industrial-scale producers of camembert have been waging a …
 
Vox's Jamil Smith talks with Keisha Blain, associate professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh and author of Until I Am Free: Fannie Lou Hamer's Enduring Message to America. They discuss the legacy of Fannie Lou Hamer, a sharecropper-turned-civil-rights-activist, whose speech about voting rights at the 1964 Democratic National Convention…
 
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