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Tune in to 1st Talk Compliance with your host, Catherine Short, Partnership Marketing Specialist at First Healthcare Compliance. On this 30-minute, informative program, Catherine, and her guests will discuss the hottest topics, pain points and learning opportunities related to healthcare compliance management in America. Whether you’re wondering about federal fraud and abuse laws, OSHA, or human resources compliance, tune in to gain insight. Here you can also enjoy our archived library of au ...
 
The world's first and only nationally syndicated radio show devoted to the boating lifestyle! World of Boating airs live every Saturday from 2-3pm EST on radio stations throughout the US and worldwide on the web streamed live and through archived podcasts. Each week the WOB crew navigate the latest boating news and information often combined with an irreverent twist. Listeners (referred to as the passengers on the show) can participate live at 1-888-828-BOAT, through emails, or by clicking o ...
 
King Falls AM centers on a lonely little mountain town's late-night AM talk radio show and its paranormal, peculiar happenings and inhabitants. New shows available the 1st and 15th of every month! Be sure to start from Sammy's first show (May 1st, 2015) to stay up to date with all your King Falls favorites.
 
Daily (or so) podcast of Classical music from my personal collection and the home of "I Think You Will Love This Music Too". No intros, no voice-overs, just the music, baby! Podcasts are commented in English and French on our blog at the below link. Starting September 1st, official home of "ITYWLTMT 10-year Anniversary and Retrospective", cycling through our entire inventory of montages - 365 by August 31st 2021.
 
👽👑 Follow me on this healing journey. As I try to navigate America, as a 1st generation Mexicana, as a healer, as a teacher, as a woman. We will discuss hard topics for people of color, spirituality, music, books, sex, culture, horoscopes, healing and everything in between! Produced & Mixed: Sure LeeMusic: Janeen
 
Trust Your Ears is a deep house podcast produced by M.K Clive. Featuring all the latest released and exclusive tunes making rounds in the South African house music scene. Release dates: 1st and 15th of each month (09:00 CAT) Frequency: 2 episodes per month Established: 1st September 2020 (c) Trust Your Ears 2020 (c) Pitch House Records 2020
 
Africa's 1st Online and satellite radio station | 100% African Hits |African Entertainment news| Sport African |Lifestyle news portal. Listen on: http://taradio.mobi or http://transafricaradio.net DSTV Audio Bouquet Channel 872. Open View HD Channel 609.
 
The Peabody Award-winning On the Media podcast is your guide to examining how the media sausage is made. Hosts Brooke Gladstone and Bob Garfield examine threats to free speech and government transparency, cast a skeptical eye on media coverage of the week’s big stories and unravel hidden political narratives in everything we read, watch and hear. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, Nancy and Here’s the ...
 
Marty Lurie was born in Brooklyn, New York on Feb. 1st, 1946. He saw his first baseball game in Ebbets Field in 1954. Marty began his radio career at KECG 88.1 FM in El Cerrito, California. He hosted the Oakland A’s pregame radio show in 1998 which led into all A’s games during both the regular and postseason through 2009. Marty has broadcasted over 2000 pre- and postgame shows in his career.
 
I focus on politics from a constitutionalist-conservative standpoint. I am a former DEMOCRAT, who voted for Obama twice. I discuss politics, social issues, some pop culture, & news.. I love the USA, strongly believe in the 1st & 2nd amendment #AMERICAFIRST I dislike #Racehustlers & #povertypimps, there’s no such thing as #WhitePriviledge, personally feel we can all come together as red blooded Americans for the good of the country. Visit my website at http://axetruth.com
 
This is Tonya Harris and Welcome to The BE-U Podcast. Take a 15 minute break from your day and tune in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6pm as I speak with African American Business Entrepreneurs in Memphis, TN. They will share how they got started, what’s going on with their Business and Current Events. Thank you for supporting the BE-U Podcast and Entrepreneurs in Memphis. Watch on Facebook and Youtube. @BE-U Podcast
 
Passion for the Paranormal airs twice monthly with new episodes on the 1st and 15th of every month, covering a wide range of paranormal phenomena, to include UFO and Extraterrestrial subjects; Ghostly Encounters and Hauntings; Sasquatch; Near Death and Out of Body Experiences; the Nature of Consciousness; Psychic and Mediumship and other paranormal topics. The host has in-depth and engaging discussions with well know paranormal authors and researchers, even discussing issues and concerns ske ...
 
Welcome to John’s Old Time Radio Show!!! Listen To John Heneghan play and talk about 78 rpm records from his collection. Each episode features a different theme and style and some will feature special guests playing records from their collections. Sign up on iTunes to automatically download the show. There will be a new show posted the 1st of every month. Check back and tell your friends!!!
 
Every episode Kevin or Steve will present a band that remains a mystery until after the 1st song. We want to remove any preconceived thoughts the other may have for the band, and just listen to the music for what it is. Join us every week as we listen to a new band, and you may just discover your new favorite band!
 
Legends of Tomorrow Podcast, a product of DC TV Podcasts, is the 1st podcast dedicated to DC's Legends of Tomorrow. Each week the hosts give an in-depth analysis of every episode while covering the latest news about the TV show as well as take listener feedback about each individual episode. Legends of Tomorrow, airing Tuesday nights at 9/8c on The CW as of January 2020, is executive produced by Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Phil Klemmer, Grianne Godfree, and Keto Shimizu. "DC's Legends of ...
 
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Putting Our People First At the heart of my message and basically everything I do with leadership is the statement that it's vital to put our people first. It is no accident that I ended up with the title of Crew 1st Culture. People want to feel valued and supported, that is basic human nature. Put your crew first and they will do everything they p…
 
Following the U.K.'s split with the EU, British musicians have to get a visa for every country they want to play in. British saxophonist Binker Golding explains how the new costs and red tape will affect him and other performers. And, Frank McWorter became the first Black person to legally plan a community in America. McWorter's great-grandson join…
 
In this edition of the First-and-Orange podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran discuss the Denver futures of Justin Simmons, Kareem Jackson, Von Miller and Phillip Lindsay. Plus, breaking down the NFL quarterback carousel this offseason and where Deshaun Watson and Carson Wentz could end up in 2021.…
 
Catherine Short converses with Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX, on the topic of “The New AKS and Stark Laws Final Rules – Key Take-Aways.” On November 20, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a Final Rule related to the Medicare Physician Self-Referral Law …
 
Welcome to the Movement! This series of videos is geared towards professional development for those on departments that don’t have any. It’s been eating at me for over a year so I’ve finally decided that this is what I can do about it. The content will be different from the podcast because it’ll be structured towards specific topics but will be sim…
 
President Biden hasn't reinstated family separation policies, but his choice to keep migrant children in a shelter facility has drawn criticism from activists. And the Conservative Political Action Conference has evolved in five short years into a Trump-centric affair. This episode: White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, White House correspondent Fran…
 
Anti-Asian violence remains on the rise across the country. Jess Owyoung talks about her group Compassion in Oakland, which is combatting anti-Asian violence in the city's Chinatown with volunteer patrols. And the deadly winter storm in Texas left Francoise Wilson, 70, with busted water pipes. Wilson shares her perspective on the recovery from the …
 
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches in front of a remote audience - and all from their own home!In the first show of the new series, they are joined by Jessica Fostekew who relays her time volunteering in a vaccination centre. Ken Cheng talks about his experiences as a Chinese Briton plus music from Beardym…
 
A curated editorial project by EDGE acknowledges the significant contribution Black fashion makers and influencers made to fashion's history. Publishing editor Rhonda Hill talks about the inspiration behind the project. Also, the Golden Globes and the organization that operates them have been under increased scrutiny after a Los Angeles Times inves…
 
“America is back” President Biden has told allies. Hard power, including a fearsome nuclear weapons arsenal, is the foundation of America’s global influence. But many Democrats would like to demilitarise foreign policy. Can Joe Biden live up to his own rhetoric as he tries to re-engage with the world? We hear from Shashank Joshi, The Economist’s de…
 
The presidents of Turkey and Russia make an odd couple; their former empires have clashed over centuries. We look at the fragile—but nonetheless worrisome—alliance between Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan. India’s economy is recovering but a longstanding drag on growth persists: the overwhelming fraction of women absent from the labour force…
 
Many young progressive groups were openly hostile to Joe Biden's primary campaign, but they rallied to support him once he secured the nomination. Now, his administration regularly meets with young organizers—who are hoping to increase their representation in the halls of power. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, political corres…
 
Resident chef Kathy Gunst joins us to share her favorite recipes using chuck roast, lamb shanks and pork belly. Also, Dr. Leana Wen, professor of public health at George Washington University and emergency room physician, discusses Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and the timeline for FDA approval.…
 
I’m blessed to be joined today for part 2 of a 2 part conversation with one of America’s favorite personalities of the fire service, Ric Jorge. In part 1 Ric went into a little bit of his story but we mainly focused on training, mindset, and of course firefighter resiliency which he is well known for. This episode he digs deeper into his story, his…
 
How should President Joe Biden deal with President Vladimir Putin? At a point of “acute confrontation” between America and Russia, Fiona Hill, former official at the US National Security Council and expert on Russia, tells Anne McElvoy how post-Trump relations might look. Also, why Russian opposition figurehead Alexei Navalny is like Harry Potter— …
 
Lt. Col. Sam Hayes, the Inter-agency Coordinator for the 95th Civil Affairs Brigade, hosts a discussion with members of the Civil Affairs regiment surrounding the Civil Affairs role at the tactical level in the great power competition in different global regions. They touch on embassy work, combining Military Information Support Operations with Civ…
 
The notionally dollar-pegged “stablecoin” quietly underpins many crypto-market moves. We ask what the currency issuer’s clash with New York authorities means for the wider crypto craze. In many African countries, parliamentarians are asked to fill public-service gaps—at great personal cost. We examine moves toward a fairer forking out of funds. And…
 
Vaccination rates are trending up and deaths are trending down since President Biden took office—but another hundred thousand Americans have died since he was sworn in. Public health experts suggest it was probably too late to prevent them. Biden's nearly two trillion dollar relief bill is set to be voted on later this week. This episode: White Hou…
 
QKWHS - bonus correspondence episode (Feb 2021) We get so much great correspondence and are unable to get through it all during the main series, so here's another bonus episode to mop up some of the overflow. We hope you enjoy! We're back with another QK Live show (via Zoom) on Sunday 28th February at 8pm. If you want a ticket head on over to; www.…
 
It took 70 days, 3 hours, and 48 minutes for Jasmine Harrison to row across the Atlantic Ocean — a 3,000-mile journey from the Canary Islands to Antigua. Harrison, the youngest woman ever to row solo across an ocean, joins us. And, KUOW reporter Deborah Wang talks about the problems her mother ran into signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine.…
 
After Facebook reached a deal with Australia, the tech giants are coming under fire once again -- this time from each other. Are their cosy monopolies under threat? Also, The Economist’s defence editor investigates the multi-billion dollar industry which exploits vulnerabilities in vital software. And, how whales could help the study of seismology …
 
With the news this week that the Supreme Court gave the go-ahead for Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance to obtain key financial documents relating to Donald Trump, some news consumers may find themselves wrapped up in the delectable prospect of seeing a rule-breaking, tax-dodging, Constitution-shedding president on trial. They have been encourage…
 
Planners are in a corner. Delaying or cancelling the summer tournament looks like defeat; pressing ahead looks like a danger. We take a look at the sporting chances. Britain has decarbonised faster than any other rich country, but getting to “net zero” will be a whole lot harder. And why South Koreans have such trouble with noisy neighbours. For fu…
 
This is the final story in the Second Edition entitled “Freedom From Bondage” and was printed in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Editions of the Big Book. It was written by Wynn L. who joined AA in 1947 at the age of 33. Married and divorced four times before she got sober in AA, Wynn married her fifth husband, George L., shortly after her story appeared in …
 
Under questioning from senators about the attack on the Capitol, the law enforcement officials who oversaw the building's security were quick to lay blame elsewhere. And an NPR investigation offers context on everyone charged in connection with the insurrection. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, congressional reporter Claudia Gr…
 
Thousands of U.S. veterans came home from Operation Desert Storm with health problems that are now referred to as Gulf War illness. And, two Texas pastors who referred to Kamala Harris as a "Jezebel" are facing backlash for using a word that has become shorthand for a wicked woman. Author Tamura Lomax explains the dangers of using the term.…
 
Could the success of the world’s biggest carbon market provide a model for the world? Plus, Cristina Junqueira, cofounder of Nubank, a Brazilian digital bank, on how the pandemic is supercharging the fintech revolution. And, why sports cards’ leap from the schoolyard to the stock exchange reveals the growing financial power of social networks. Rach…
 
Author Elizabeth Miki Brina looks at family, identity and the difficult relationship between the Japanese city and the U.S. in her new memoir "Speak, Okinawa: A Memoir." And, Facebook has ended its standoff with Australia after a fight over proposed legislation that would force social media companies to pay news organizations to host their content.…
 
President Joe Biden’s top posts are shaping up as Senate confirmation hearings continue—but some controversial nominations await a vote. We look at who is on the docket. Politics in the Democratic Republic of Congo has become messy, at the expense of some promised and much-needed reforms. And why the global rap scene is picking up a London accent. …
 
It's the podcast so nice they recorded it thrice! We're getting digital this week as Nathan and Scott take on Total War: Warhammer. First take a trip down memory lane to remember the great Warhammer video games of years past. Then explore those things we love and hate about the first Total War: Warhammer games. We round things out with our speculat…
 
In his confirmation hearing to serve as Attorney General, Merrick Garland emphasized loyalty to the people of the United States over fealty to the president. Monday's hearing comes almost five years after Garland was denied a Supreme Court confirmation hearing by Republican Mitch McConnell. This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, nat…
 
Los Angeles has opened vaccination sites in neighborhoods that have been hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Nurse practitioner Shannon Fernando talks about street medicine, where staff are often forced to travel to find patients experiencing homelessness. And, Ewart "U-Roy" Beckford died last week at 78. We remember the Jamaican deejay wh…
 
Three vaccines have been approved by stringent regulators. Ten are being used in one or more countries. How do they work and are they effective enough against new variants of the coronavirus? Sarah Gilbert, inventor of the Oxford/Astrazeneca vaccine, tells us adapting to new variants should be easy. The Economist’s Beijing bureau chief David Rennie…
 
Swimmer Dara Torres won 12 Olympic medals over 25-years, but underneath her success she struggled with an eating disorder early in her career. Torres discusses a new documentary that tells her story. And, nearly 500,000 people have died from COVID-19 in the U-S — more than in any other country. Dr. Peter Hotez talks about the death toll.…
 
Covid-19 has dented the prosperity, populations and popularity of big cities around the world. But adapting to shocks is what great cities do. How will urban centres change in the post-pandemic world and what are the political implications of a shift towards more remote working from suburban areas? Tom Standage hosts. Subscribe to The Economist for…
 
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