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Composers Datebook™ is a daily two-minute program designed to inform, engage, and entertain listeners with timely information about composers of the past and present. Each program notes significant or intriguing musical events involving composers of the past and present, with appropriate and accessible music related to each.
 
Live from Southeast Washington, DC we take an in depth look at the current political, social and media trends through a revolutionary lens. Everything from gentrification to Drake beef, black twitter to the military industrial complex. This weekly(ish) podcast is all about calling a spade a spade, talking trash about the oppressor and celebrating our joy despite capitalism.
 
"Fronteras" is a Texas Public Radio program exploring the changing culture and demographics of the American Southwest. From Texas to New Mexico and California, "Fronteras" provides insight into life along the U.S.- Mexico border. Our stories examine unique regional issues affecting lifestyle, politics, economics and the environment.
 
Talk of Alaska is a weekly statewide 1-hour call-in program distributed LIVE on the 25 stations of the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN). Listen live and participate each Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. or subscribe to this podcast to listen in on the voices of Alaska. Learn more and share your comments with other listeners at APRN.ORG.
 
Houston Matters is a radio program airing weekdays at 9 am on Houston Public Media News 88.7 FM in Houston. During each hour, we’ll investigate the issues and ideas, people and places that make Houston…well…Houston! We’ll talk about current events, politics, education, health care, the environment, business, transportation, arts and culture, literature, sports and leisure. But we also hope that what we do each day on Houston Matters serves as the beginning of a conversation — one we hope you ...
 
A podcast dedicated to digital marketing and social media insights for government and public sector pros. Interviews with marketing and communications leaders working in government and public life as well as social media news and top tools and apps wrapped up in the hosts own musings about digital transformation in government communications. The Public Sector Marketing Show is hosted by Joanne Sweeney, founder of the Public Sector Marketing Institute and author of Public Sector Marketing Pro ...
 
Here you will find the most Creepy stories found on Internet Narrated. We want to give you some Chills, Fantasies, Amusement and Real events took place. They been documented or researched for the public to know. Don't forget to follow our Podcast channel. Hope give you Chills! - Reach us at info@icreepypastas.co.uk for requests. iDonGraph Group.
 
Join hosts Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos as they unpack the week in politics with a California perspective. Featuring interviews with reporters and other insiders involved in the craft of politics—including elected officials, candidates, pollsters, campaign managers, fundraisers, and other political players—Political Breakdown pulls back the curtain to offer an insider’s glimpse at how politics works today.
 
With audio postcards from the streets, and inspiring interviews with community activists, we address issues of homelessness, the disappearance of public space, gentrification and the value of helping each other out from our base in Reno, Nevada. We do live reporting, micro storytelling and spoken word. As we face an affordable housing crisis, what happens to our most vulnerable?
 
A half-hour radio show providing critical coverage of disability issues and bringing the insight of the grassroots disability movement to the general public. Pushing Limits advances the voices of people who live with disabilities. It is produced by a collective of media makers and activists who themselves live with disability and airs on Odd Weeks.
 
Amanda Litman is the co-founder and executive director of Run for Something (and the author of a book by the same name) -- since launching in 2017, RFS has recruited 60,000 people to run for local office across the country. Every Tuesday, you'll meet some of the RFS candidates (and newly elected public servants!): They're parents, scientists, teachers, refugees, artists, veterans, and more, of all races and ethnicities -- the one thing they all share is their commitment to solving problems i ...
 
A non-commercial, educational FM station broadcasting for the public interest, KCSB enters into no commercial contracts which allow access to the airwaves and it strives to provide programming substantially different from that carried by commercial broadcast media. It is also designed to be educational for both programmers and listeners. UCSB students and other programmers are provided an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of radio broadcasting, both technically and in terms of broadcast ...
 
A podcast about improving mental health in politics and public life. Hosted by former political staffers Emile Scheffel and Dale Richardson. Produced by 306 Media Productions. Learn more about PERSIST at wepersist.ca.
 
The Faith Full Podcast tells true stories about the Catholic faith in today’s world through compelling, narrative audio journalism. Episodes include interviews, narrative storytelling, and a blend of high-quality production techniques. The independent, listener-supported project is hosted and produced by Tony Ganzer. He’s a long-time public media journalist and writer by trade, and a Catholic by choice and upbringing. Ganzer has reported on many things over 15 years in the US and Europe, fro ...
 
The word disability gets a pretty bad wrap. Speaker, advocate and media journalist, Nicole Kelly, lives with a disability and is very proud of it. Join Nicole for her weekly show as she talks to experts in the disability community about topics we all need to know about. The show will broadcast LIVE on Public House Media's Facebook page on Monday nights at 8:30 pm CT and released as a podcast shortly after.
 
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Sheila Nezhad has a long history of activism and serving her community of Minneapolis. After the murder of George Floyd in 2020, the city (and the world) erupted in an unprecedented uprising for Black lives -- Sheila was in the center of it, working with the city government to reimagine public safety, helping create the charter amendment that's now…
 
Trevor examines the effects of Texas's draconian anti-abortion law, Roy Wood Jr. channels Francis Scott Key, and Neal Brennan discusses his off-Broadway show "Neal Brennan: Unacceptable." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Comedy Central and iHeartRadio
 
The EU publicly blames Russia for GhostWriter, and counsels Moscow to amend its ways. Finland’s security services warn of foreign cyberespionage and influence threats. Zoombombing at the highest levels in Cambodia. A ransomware operation, “Colossus,” is described. Conti is back, as predicted, and has hit a major European call center. Dinah Davis fr…
 
PG&E is facing manslaughter and other charges after its equipment started the 2020 Zogg Fire that killed four people and destroyed hundreds of homes. On Friday, Shasta County District Attorney Stephanie Bridgett announced 31 charges against the utility, saying it failed to perform its legal duties. Californians with the most basic homeowners insura…
 
On Monday's Houston Matters: There have been four million COVID-19 cases in Texas since the beginning of the pandemic. That news comes as booster shots become available for some 60 million older or at-risk Americans who received the Pfizer vaccine. We discuss those and other developments with Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical…
 
Monday Breaky 27/09/21with Phuong and Jacob // 7AM: Zeb and Meg on City Limits are joined by Ally Scott and Martin Leckey from the Disability Resources Centre. They speak about the long-running campaigns to make public transport accessible to Victorians with disabilities. Find out more about the campaign here. // 7.25AM: Phil and Mareta on Dirt Rad…
 
Host of the CyberWire Podcast, Dave Bittner, wanted to work with the Muppets, so naturally he landed in cybersecurity. Dave and his Cookie Monster puppet spent much of his childhood putting on shows for his parents friends. During one of those performances, he was discovered and got his start at the local PBS station. A radio, television and film m…
 
The commonly held, idealized picture of technology is that tech makes our lives easier, safer, and better in just about every respect. But an unintended consequence of that picture is an unjustified assumption that companies will sell more products if they serve the public interest, and that may not be so. On the consumer side, personal technology …
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1991, Herbert Blomstedt led the San Francisco Symphony and Chorus in the premiere of a cantata entitled “Genesis,” by the American composer Charles Wuorinen. This was the culmination of Wuorinen’s four-year association with the San Francisco Symphony as its composer-in-residence. The most famous setting of the Biblical G…
 
Guest Ariel Zelivansky, Senior Manager of Security Research at Palo Alto Networks, joins Dave to discuss Unit 42's work on the first cross-account container takeover in the public cloud. The Unit 42 Threat Intelligence team has identified the first known vulnerability that could enable one user of a public cloud service to break out of their enviro…
 
Synopsis In the 1920s, the German composer Paul Hindemith wrote a set of seven concertos, which he collectively titled: “Kammermusik” or “Chamber Music.” This generic title was part of Hindemith’s goal to foster a more “objective” musical style, modeled on 18th century composers like J.S. Bach. Hindemith’s “Kammermusik” No. 4, a work for solo violi…
 
The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 surpasses that of the 1918 Spanish flu, New Zealand police arrest men suspected of smuggling fried chicken, and a belief in ghosts skyrockets. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Comedy Central and iHeartRadio
 
Someone is phishing for Russian rocketeers. The Port of Houston discloses a cyberattack, which the Port says it deflected before it had operational consequences. Ransomware gangs are up and active, and the US is considering mandatory reporting by victims as a defensive policy. Pegasus spyware is said to have been found in the phones of five French …
 
Now that it’s received approval from the Food and Drug Administration, and been endorsed by a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory panel, state health officials say they’re ready to give COVID-19 booster shots to anyone who’s eligible. Before it’s widely distributed, the efficacy of a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine still needs to b…
 
Twenty-five years ago, a Democratic president — Bill Clinton — signed the Defense of Marriage Act, a law that prohibited the federal government from recognizing same-sex unions. Today, marriage equality is the law of the land. Chuck talks to Sasha Issenberg, author of “The Engagement: America's Quarter-Century Struggle Over Same-Sex Marriage.”…
 
On Friday's Houston Matters: We examine how local schools are handling COVID-19 this fall in the classroom. Also this hour: We get an update on efforts to reform the state's foster care system. Then, from a very narrow house selling for top dollar, to homecoming mums from Chili's, we discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And w…
 
The Underground Railroad to the North promised salvation for enslaved people in North America. But historian Alice L. Baumgartner explores how some slaves sought refuge in Mexico and how the country’s push to abolish the practice stirred white salve owners in southern U.S. states, eventually setting the stage for the U.S. Civil War.…
 
Synopsis On today’s date in 1947, the German composer Hans Eisler, who had been living in the United States since 1938, was called to testify before the House Committee on Un-American Activities. This was some years before Joseph McCarthy headed the investigations, but one member of the committee was a first-term Californian congressman by the name…
 
Trevor examines America's ongoing border crisis, Jordan Klepper visits an anti-mask rally in North Carolina, and singer-songwriter Jason Isbell discusses his covers album "Georgia Blue." Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Comedy Central and iHeartRadio
 
Scott and Katie Orr discuss Governor Gavin Newsom's decisions on a pair of controversial labor bills and San Francisco Mayor London Breed's rewriting of the COVID apology script and reflect on the passing of Scott Lay. Then, Congresswoman Judy Chu joins to discuss the path forward for Democrats on their social policy legislation and her bill to cod…
 
Ransomware hits a second US Midwestern farm co-op. The US House hears from the FBI that Russia seems not to have modified its toleration of privateering gangs (at least yet). A new APT, “FamousSparrow,” is described. REvil seems to have been--surprise!--cheating its criminal affiliates. Josh Ray from Accenture with an update on the Hades Threat Gro…
 
While the Caldor Fire has destroyed more than a thousand buildings and continues to burn, communities around South Lake Tahoe mostly escaped the fire's destruction -- despite lying square in its path. That's thanks to firefighters, but also years of work preparing the forest. Reporter: Danielle Venton, KQED Governor Gavin Newsom has signed AB 701. …
 
Too many of our neighbors have had their relatives killed by local law enforcement in situations which could have easily avoided death. At a recent rally, Our Town Reno reporters Gracie Gordon and Rachel Jackson met with the daughter and sister of Johnny Bonta who was killed at the age of 43 by Sparks police four years ago.…
 
On Thursday's Houston Matters: Houston has a new interim housing director amid a dramatic week in city politics. We learn more about why Mayor Sylvester Turner fired Tom McCasland, the previous director, who alleged the mayor steered Harvey relief funds for affordable housing to a preferred developer’s project. Also this hour: Former Obama administ…
 
“Scientists are observing changes in the Earth’s climate in every region and across the whole climate system. Many of the changes observed, such as continued sea level rise—are irreversible over hundreds to thousands of years.” This is the damning conclusion of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in its most recent report. IPCC is …
 
Trevor highlights unexpected effects of the climate crisis, Michael Kosta investigates water witches in California, and activist Greta Thunberg discusses the fight against climate change. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Comedy Central and iHeartRadio
 
Acknowledgement of Country// Headlines// Associate Professor Bradley Moggridge is a Kamilaroi water scientist working on closing the gap between western science and Traditional Science. In this recording from 3CR’s Earth Matters program, Prof Moggridge speaks about how Indigenous knowledge is still sidelined in water management and why this needs t…
 
BlackMatter continues to make a nuisance of itself on a large scale. The US is woofing about taking action against ransomware, and Treasury has sanctioned a rogue cryptocurrency exchange, but some advocate stronger measures. Where did all those Ukrainian cybercriminal chat platforms go? A warning of the “censor mode” in some Chinese manufactured sm…
 
In July, as a response to the worsening drought, Governor Gavin Newsom asked the people of California to voluntarily reduce their water use by 15%. But so far, Californians have only reduced water consumption by less than 2 %. Reporter: Ezra David Romero, KQED Los Angeles County has two juvenile halls, but state officials say they’re both failing i…
 
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