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Moment of Um

American Public Media

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Moment of Um is your daily answer to those questions that pop up out of nowhere and make you go… ummmmmmm. Brought to you by your friends at Brains On at APM Studios.
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Millions of kids can't read well. Scientists have known for decades how children learn to read but many schools are ignoring the research. They buy teacher training and books that are rooted in a disproven idea. Emily Hanford investigates four authors and a publishing company that have made millions selling this idea.
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APM Podcast

APM, the chartered body for the project profession

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Bringing you stories of how project professionals are adapting, pivoting and succeeding in a post-COVID world. Contact us at apmpodcast@thinkpublishing.co.uk This podcast is brought to you by APM, the chartered membership organisation for the project profession. For more information on how to join APM, visit apm.org.uk.
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Piano Puzzler

American Public Media

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Every week on Performance Today™, Bruce Adolphe re-writes a familiar tune in the style of a classical composer. We get one of our listeners on the phone, and our caller listens to Bruce play his Piano Puzzler™. They then try to do two things: name the hidden tune, and name the composer whose style Bruce is mimicking. From American Public Media.
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To make sustainable change, protect our environment and create a lower-carbon future, we need to have a dialogue with everyone involved. Join us on Sustainably Speaking, as we talk with innovators, policymakers, academics, and scientists to discuss the most critical issues of our time – and innovative ways to create a brighter future through the lens of sustainability. Visit: https://plasticmakers.org/education-innovation/podcast/.
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Smash Boom Best is a funny, smart debate show for kids and families from the makers of the award-winning podcast, Brains On! from APM Studios. Every episode takes two cool things, smashes them together and lets you decide which is best: Pikachu vs. Mario, Lollipops vs. Popcorn, Flamingos vs. Axolotls, Mermaids vs. Bigfoot, Cats vs. Dogs, Spiderman vs. Batman, Refrigerators vs. Toilets, Minecraft vs. Lego… the list goes on. Our star-studded line-up of debaters use facts and passion to make th ...
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Hear and experience how God speaks and works through ordinary people with extraordinary calling. Stories and sermons from the Pastors and missionaries of Ancient Path Ministries. Escuche y experimentar como habla y trabaja Dios a traves de personas ordinarios con un llamado extraordinario. Historias y sermones de los Pastores y misioneros de La Iglesia Volviendo A La Senda Antigua.
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APM Project Management Training

Parallel Project Management Training

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These podcasts are part of the parallel project learning system. As an accredited training provider, they are based on the APM Body of Knowledge and can be used standalone or in conjunction with the Parallel study guides, on-line e-learning and workshops. Visit our website, www.parallelprojecttraining.com, for full details. We're with you all the way
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Ripple

American Public Media

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The largest oil spill in American history captivated the public's attention for the entire summer of 2010. Authorities told a story of a herculean response effort that made shorelines safe and avoided a worst case scenario. Was that really the whole picture? From Western Sound and APM Studios, Ripple is a new series investigating the stories we were told were over. In Season One, we travel hundreds of miles across the Gulf Coast to learn the ongoing effects of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil ...
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The must watch talk show for global supply chain professionals is now available as podcast. After each edition of the Supply Chain Talks we sit down with one of our guests and continue the conversation. Start listening while preparing lunch or take your podcast with you as you go on your daily walk.
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Deeply Human

iHeartPodcasts/BBC/APM

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Why you do what you do! Exploring our loves, our fears, our habits and hopes, Dessa takes a deeply personal look at what lies behind our thoughts and behavior. Can a better understanding of human nature help us be more generous with other people’s weird behavior and even our own?Deeply Human is a BBC World Service and American Public Media coproduction with iHeartMedia.
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Poet Major Jackson is your guide on the pathways to feel and understand our common journey – through poetry. In sharing poems, we take a moment to pause and acknowledge the world’s magnitude, and how poets illuminate that mystery. Join The Slowdown for a poem and a moment of reflection in one short episode, every weekday. Produced by APM Studios in partnership with The Poetry Foundation and supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. Ma ...
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During the Vietnam War, roughly one in five GIs actively opposed the conflict. Many servicemen and women came to believe they were not liberating the country from communism but acting as agents of tyranny. In the combat zone, they rebelled against their commanders' orders. At home, they staged massive protests. Soldiers for Peace offers a first-person look at how GIs were transformed by Vietnam, and the strategies veterans and active-duty personnel used to bring the war to an end.
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Order 9066

APM Reports & The Smithsonian

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Order 9066 chronicles the history of the WWII Japanese American Incarceration through vivid, first-person accounts of those who lived through it. The series explores how this shocking violation of American democracy came to pass, and its legacy in the present.
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APM: Word for Word

American Public Media

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American Public Media's Word for Word is a one-hour weekly program featuring the very best of the nation's recent speeches. Speakers address current events and issues and are drawn from the National Press Club, the Chautauqua Institution, the Aspen Institute and other notable institutions. It's updated every Friday.
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Campaign '68

APM Reports

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Fifty years ago, the country was rocked by a historic presidential campaign. The Democratic party crumbled, a new Republican era began, and the country threatened to split in two. Campaign '68 traces the twists, turns and tragic violence that followed Americans all the way to the voting booths. What began in '68 is still roiling American politics today.
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The Marketplace Wealth and Poverty Desk explores money and class, where we came from and where our country is going economically, thanks to funding from the Ford Foundation. We want to hear your stories, ideas, and questions to help us create great journalism about the growing concentration of wealth in the United States. We’ll report on the forces and policies that led to the wealth gap. We’ll look at what the consequences are, good or bad, for our families and communities. We’ll be asking ...
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Historically Black

APM Reports & The Washington Post

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Objects hold history. They're evocative of stories stamped in time. As part of The Washington Post's coverage of the Smithsonian's new National Museum of African American History and Culture, people submitted dozens of objects that make up their own lived experiences of black history, creating a "people's museum" of personal objects, family photos and more. The Historically Black podcast brings those objects and their stories to life through interviews, archival sound and music. The Washingt ...
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Sent Away

APM Reports, KUER and The Salt Lake Tribune

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It didn't seem to matter what happened at the teen treatment center. The state of Utah always gave it another chance. Death. Allegations of abuse. Criminal charges. Bizarre punishments. Whistleblowers coming forward. Each time, the place got a pass. A team of reporters from three news organizations has spent the last year digging into the untold stories of Utah's massive teen treatment industry. Some 20,000 teenagers facing depression, delinquency and other problems have been sent there from ...
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Wits was a weekly national public radio broadcast produced and distributed by American Public Media. As of September 2015, the broadcast ended. The stage shows that provided material for the broadcast are on hiatus, as is the podcast version of Wits. It is our intention to take a little time away from Wits and then look for ways to bring it back on stage and in podcast in a different form. On Wits, some of the top names in comedy and music have joined host John Moe for sketch comedy, improv, ...
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HCPLAN: Spotlight on Action

Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network

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Our Spotlight on Action podcast series highlights LAN stakeholders’ work on the ground to affect positive change in the nation’s health care system. Through leading alternative payment model (APM) adoption, to addressing systemic disparities in both access and quality of care, LAN stakeholders are passionate about improving the health care system for everyone. These are their stories from the front line of health care transformation.
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The One Recipe

American Public Media

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From the team that brought you The Splendid Table at APM Studios, The One Recipe is a pod devoted to that one recipe you keep in your back pocket. The one you send to friends, make for your mom, the one you entirely depend on because you know it’s going to work. We’re here to help you build up an arsenal of fast, simple and crowd-pleasing recipes, one episode at a time. Whether you’re cooking in a tiny kitchen and eating for one, or cooking breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch during a weeklo ...
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Join our panel of experts from SLB, Rockwell Automation, Sensia, and Cognite as they delve into strategies for accelerating the performance evolution of new and existing FPSOs. Stay updated on the latest insights, technologies, and innovations in this podcast series dedicated to optimizing FPSO performance.
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Blooming Supports is proud to invite you all to join us on "Beyond Labels", a safe and free space where through open and honest discussions, valuable and helpful information, and amazing stories we break free from stereotypes and labels to dive into the diverse experiences of people living in the disability world. Let's explore the triumphs, challenges, and aspirations of those living beyond labels and the people and institutions providing support to these individuals as we strive to foster ...
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Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine

Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine

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ACLP represents psychiatrists dedicated to the advancement of medical science, education, and health care for persons with comorbid psychiatric and general medical conditions, and provides national and international leadership in these areas.
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Chew The Cloud

Phillip Lynch and Wayne Varney

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Two IT guys from Downunder get together each fortnight to chew the fat and discuss the latest in Cloud, Automation and SDN with high profile guests from local and abroad.
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The Literacy View

Faith Borkowsky and Judy Boksner

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Teachers are tired and want to be excited about teaching again. Too often, professional development is boring, not substantive, or lacks a practical how-to approach. The Literacy View invites viewers to sit with Faith Borkowsky and Judy Boksner to discuss best literacy practices in easy-to-implement ways. The two women are educators and literacy coaches. Faith and Judy encourage all educators to enter lively discussions about literacy's most pressing issues. Faith's Bio-Faith Borkowsky, the ...
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My name is David Cyrus MacDonald and I am a REALTOR® with RE/MAX Charlottetown and the host of the brand-new Chattel Fixtures PEI Real Estate Podcast. My goal with this show is to enjoy learning from interesting conversations about PEI real estate and to share those talks with you. Subscribe to this podcast to stay up to date with what is happening in the PEI real estate market. Learn more at www.chattelfixtures.com or feel free to call or text me at 902.940.5455.
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Did you know that YOU CAN make a living in the music industry? Celebrities, working class musicians and people just like you who work behind the scenes in all areas of the music business will share their stories, encourage you and give you tools and how-to examples of the ways YOU CAN make a living doing what you love in the music industry.
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Emma meets Thimon de Jong, founder of WHETSTON / strategic foresight, a think tank specialising in future human behaviour and societal change and the implications for leadership and business strategy. The pair discuss where society and all of us are headed in the near future, and what project managers and leaders need to think about when it comes t…
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Today we will talk to Telia Tippett, business manager of APM - Warwick, Perth about the services APM provides to help people with disabilities to find a job. From job interview coaching, resume improving to attire selection and all in between. Welcome to "Beyond Labels"... where every story it's an amazing story. Blooming Supports Blooming Supports…
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Humans are mammals, which means that we have hair on our bodies and heads. Sometimes, as people get older, they lose some of that head hair. How does it happen? Do hair goblins come at night and sneak away with those silky strands? Ok, it’s probably not that. We asked pediatrician Dr. Emma Gerstenzang to help us find the answer. Got a hair-raising …
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Today’s poem is Fish, Serpent, Egg, Scorpion by Kwame Dawes. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… “Today’s poem highlights that cycle of hard truths and compassion passed between fathers and sons.” Celebrate the power of poems with a gift to The Slowdown today. Every donation makes a difference: https://tinyurl.c…
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Send us a Text Message. The One About… Five Dads, Five Stories: Coping with Reading Struggles Dads tell their stories! How did it feel growing up with reading and writing challenges? What were their fears? Did having a child with reading struggles bring back memories? What action steps did they take? We talk about school challenges, emotional healt…
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People think alligators and crocodiles are really scary - and lots of people don’t understand the difference between them. But wildlife biologist Venetia Briggs-Gonzalez says they are very cool and helps us get to the bottom of their distinctive qualities! Got a Moment of Um question that’s chomping away at your curiosity? Send it to us at BrainsOn…
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Today’s poem is Dolly Would by Julie E. Bloemeke. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… “To build an image and reputation from dreams requires herculean efforts that often involve doubts, failures, and sacrifices, but as we hear in today’s poem, a devotedness to one’s art that transforms a passion into a stratosph…
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Today’s poem is Orientation by Cindy Juyoung Ok. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… “Every poem is a bridge between nature and us, in that what lies hidden, what is below, is somehow familiar, and brought to consciousness.” Celebrate the power of poems with a gift to The Slowdown today. Every donation makes a d…
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Our world is FULL of microorganisms, or microbes for short! They’re tiny microscopic living things like bacteria– and they do so much for us! They help us digest our food. They help make some medicines– like antibiotics. They even help make some of our favorite foods like bread and cheese. Microbes sure are busy, but do they ever sleep? We asked mi…
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Today’s poem is i have an irrational fear of spiders by Charlie Getter. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… “Today’s poem smartly interrogates the role of fears and how they might unreasonably control our lives.” Celebrate the power of poems with a gift to The Slowdown today. Every donation makes a difference: h…
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A black hole is an area of outer space where gravity is so strong that nothing can get out … not even light! But what’s actually inside a black hole? Are there asteroids? Whole planets? A 1988 Buick LeSabre? We asked astrophysicist Amanda Farah to help us find the answer. Got a question that’s just your cup of gravi-TEA? Send it to us at BrainsOn.o…
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Today’s poem is Visible Light by Heidi Seaborn. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… “As a child, on summer evenings, my friends and I ran through the neighborhood collecting lightning bugs. They were most visible in vacant lots, but we feared those dark places we sometimes entered. So, the hunt for them as ten-y…
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Today’s poem is At the Rainbow Cattle Company by Bruce Snider. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… “Today’s poem names the silent syncopated talk of the body that occurs when two people are in sync, in graceful movements, when they let each other lead.” Celebrate the power of poems with a gift to The Slowdown to…
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Bones! We’ve got lots of them. Leg bones, arm bones, face bones, even ear bones! But…not all animals even have bones inside their bodies. So what are our skeletons for? Why do we have them? We asked pediatrician Dr. Emma Gerstenzang to help us find the answer. Got a topic you’d like to bone up on? Send us a question at BrainsOn.org/contact, and we’…
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Send us a Text Message. The One About… Curriculum Implementation with Robert Pondiscio and Rivet Education Article: “Taking Curriculum Implementation Seriously” https://fordhaminstitute.org/national/commentary/taking-curriculum-implementation-seriously# Quote: “This involved multiple phases, which Rivet categorizes as ‘exploration; program installa…
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Today’s poem is Americans by Katie Peterson. The Slowdown is your daily poetry ritual. In this episode, Major writes… “Whenever I hear a person refer to people by their geographic or cultural or national association, I wince. In doing so, we falsely implicate everything from intelligence levels to physical appearances. This strikes me as crude, red…
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Have you ever stayed up late talking to your friends while watching movies, or yelled for your teammates at a soccer match, or screamed at the top of your lungs walking through a haunted house? Maybe you woke up the next day with a hoarse, scratchy voice that you didn’t even recognize. In this episode, we talk to Dr. Jennifer Long, an otolaryngolog…
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In this episode we will chat with the lovely Kathrynne, a NDIS participant that lives regionally and has to face great challenges when trying to access supports and services. An honest and open conversation about frustrations and achievements, hopes and disappointments of people with a disability living far away from the big cities.... an amazing s…
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