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A daughter's call to police about memories of her mother's alleged crime triggers a year-long investigation into a cult, the disappearance of a child and a murder. THE FOLLOWERS: HOUSE OF PRAYER is hosted by journalist Leila Day and former prosecutor and investigative journalist Beth Karas (“Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica Chambers”) reports on the story. New episodes of the podcast from UCP Audio will drop weekly beginning March 3rd. Credits: Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio Jennif ...
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Ontario Loud

Ontario Loud

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Former political staffers Sam Andrey, Chris Martin, Alvin Tedjo, Garima Talwar-Kapoor and Alexi White used to give advice to Ontario cabinet ministers. Join them for a regular, open, and frank discussion on the policy and strategy behind current political events in Ontario.
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N&A Unplugged

Alexis Martin & Natalie Arney

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The podcast for true yappers. College best friends that can talk about pretty much anything. Join Nat and Alexis for coffee talks, car talks and so much more! Produced at RedHawk Media in the School of the Arts at Indiana University Northwest.
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We Are Human Leaders

Alexis Zahner & Sally Clarke

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Welcome to We Are Human Leaders - big conversations around human-centred leadership at work and beyond. This is a story about you, as a Human, and a Leader. It doesn’t matter your industry, your geography, the products you sell or the services that you offer. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a corporation, or a small business, it doesn’t matter your profit margins or your official job title. Our common denominator is the same, we are humans first and leaders second. This is a call to everyone ...
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Cardionerds is a cardiology podcast created to bring high yield cardiovascular concepts in a fun and engaging format for listeners of all levels. For each topic, we use the consult interaction to discuss the basics after which we take pulse checks with experts for a deeper dive!
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Probably Nothing

Tiffany Zhong and Alexis Ohanian

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Probably Nothing is always something when it comes to NFTs. Alexis Ohanian, Founder and Former Executive Chairman of Reddit and Founder of VC firm Seven Seven Six, and Tiffany Zhong, Founder and CEO of Islands, join forces to create the one-stop podcast for NFT news, deep dives, and interviews. Expect many interviews with up and coming industry experts from NFT creators to community leaders to guild founders and much more. If you want to get into the NFT world and not get left behind, this p ...
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Topher Delaney in conversation with gardeners, farmers, activists, writers, and scientists. "If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden." ~Frances Hodgson Burnett. "People often ask me what one thing I would recommend to restore the relationship between land and people. My answer is almost always “Plant a garden.” It’s good for the health of the earth and it’s good for the health of people." ~Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer pg 126.
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The new podcast on health and social care with professionals and experts covering all aspects that are relevant to health and social care and to the community today. We will be inviting experts in social care to discuss the topics that are important to us on our guest panels.
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Nashville Soul Music, is a series of interviews with the Nashville and Memphis musicians and Singers, that recorded the soul music that shaped how we listen to and play music today. Interviews with People Like Steve Cropper, Blue Lou Marini, James Hags Haggerty, Martin Lynds, Gene Chrisman, Tommy Mc Donnell and Laura Mayo
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HerHax Podcast was founded by a group of women who are passionate about the field of cybersecurity and want to spread the word about everything cyber! From the history of women in cryptography to modern day workplace tips, how to stay safe online or how to pwn your way to the top of the CTF scoreboard, come listen to our podcast and join our Discord Channel!
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At Unseen: The Trafficked Truth podcast, we will uncover true sex trafficking crime stories. You will get a chance to hear from survivors themselves and other stories of commercially sexually exploited victims that never made it to headlines. We hope to raise awareness, uncover truths through voices unheard, and provide education to skeptics or nonbelievers of this growing epidemic.
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In 1978, Pope John Paul I was found dead in his bed just 33 days after he was elected. The official story is that he suffered a fatal heart attack. But in the years since his death, some have claimed he was murdered to cover up crimes in the Vatican. The question of the Pope’s death has never been definitively answered, but there is one man who cla…
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Mdm Kay Kuok, Chair of the Yale-NUS Governing Board Members of the Yale-NUS Governing Board Professor Aaron Thean, Deputy President (Academic Affairs) and Provost of NUS Professor Joanne Roberts, President of Yale-NUS College Families, Yale-NUS community, and Friends And dear graduates, Most of you were the class of 2020 in high school, your gradua…
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Who do you think of when I say the words rebel or insubordination? Perhaps someone who’s disagreeable, maybe even aggressive, someone who sits outside society or the popular norm? What if I told you that insubordination, when done well, isn’t just useful – but should be encouraged? In this episode we’re learning how to dissent and defy effectively …
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We hear about the subject of the moment from Microsoft’s Asia head of business development, Zia Zaman. We begin with the question if the world has been transformed in a comparable manner in the past year and a half as the smartphone and Appstore revolution achieved during 2007/08. Zia argues the transformation has been similar in influencing corpor…
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Volunteering is a crucial asset for any organisation, particularly in the charity sector. Volunteers contribute invaluable experience and diverse perspectives, fostering inclusive and dynamic workplaces. It is essential to recognise volunteers' profound impact on service users and services. How can we effectively acknowledge this impact, recruit th…
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CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Dan Ambinder), Dr. Jaya Kanduri, and Dr. Jason Feinman discuss foundations of cardiovascular prevention with Dr. Stephen Kopecky. In this episode, the CardioNerds and topic expert Dr. Stephen Kopecky tackle cardiovascular prevention. They focus on how to identify patients at risk for cardiovascular disease by using the p…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Laura, Michael, and Tessa sit down with workplace science expert Dr. Carolyn Pritchett to discuss her fascinating career journey from studying rats to coaching humans. Carolyn shares key learnings from her research on stress mindsets and how our perceptions impact our physiology. Listeners will walk away wit…
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This case report explores the intricacies of familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), delving into its genetic basis, atherosclerotic cascade, and early-onset cardiovascular complications. It examines established diagnostic criteria and emphasizes personalized management, including statins, novel therapies, and lifestyle modifications. CardioNerds cofou…
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Mitchell Presnick, a visiting fellow of practice at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University, joins Kopi Time to bring much needed pragmatism to the China-US discourse. Mitch, researching the future of US- China commercial relations in the post-engagement era, is no China apologist. But his decades of doing business in China ha…
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In this episode, Dr. Katie Fell (General Cardiology Fellow at University of Michigan and CardioNerds Academy Fellow) and Dr. Gurleen Kaur (incoming General Cardiology fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Director of CardioNerds Internship) discuss with Dr. James Arrighi (General Cardiologist and CEO of ACGME-International) about developing as…
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How does healing your trauma help you to connect with your most authentic self? Learn how to moving through your trauma can help you live a fuller life, and be a more authentic, human-centered leader. No one is a stranger to trauma. We have a tendency to think of trauma as separate from our professional lives. And yet, unhealed trauma impacts our l…
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Recorded in Jakarta, Kopi Time delves into Indonesia’s elections, domestic and foreign policy, investment environment, and economy with Kevin O'Rourke, Principle, PT Reformasi Information Services. Kevin’s team has provided independent political risk consultancy for many years, and he demonstrates his deep insights in this far-reaching conversation…
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CardioNerds (Dr. Jessie Holtzman, Chair for the CardioNerds Women’s Heart Disease Committee, and Dr. Naima Maqsood, Chair for the CardioNerds Electrophysiology Committee) join Dr. Ritika Gadodia, Dr. Namratha Meda, and Dr. Tsion Aberra from the Medstar Washington Hospital Center/Georgetown University Program for the National Cherry Blossom Festival…
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Send us a Text Message. Have you ever witnessed the metamorphosis of an aggressive and rigid leader into a collaborative partner who uplifts an entire organization? In this episode, we define authentic leadership with Peter Lynch, Chief People Officer at Cardinal Group Companies. We explore how embracing imperfections and courageously confronting d…
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Today’s episode subject is in response to popular demand. Whether at work or at home, concerns on cybersecurity are elevated to say the least. Nicolas Reys, Partner leading Control Risks’ Digital Risks Americas and Global Threat Intelligence practices, begins by going the three kinds of cyberthreats out there—state sponsored, ransomware, and “hacti…
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In honour of Dementia Awareness/Action Week, host Diana Wolfin interviews Tanya Miller, Jewish Care’s North London Community Hub Manager. Tanya provides an in-depth look at how dementia affects individuals and their loved ones and shares valuable insights and thoughts on the future of dementia care. We also hear from Michael Lixenberg, who courageo…
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We’ve been sold the candy that flow is the ideal state of being. But how often is it even possible to find flow, is this a realistic goal? Chasing flow is like trying to hold water in our bare hands – it’s possible, for a short while, but elusive and ephemeral in nature, and if we bank on it occurring regularly we’ll wind up disappointed. Instead o…
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CardioNerds Dr. Josh Saef and Dr. Tommy Das join Dr. Omkar Betageri, Dr. Andrew Geissler, Dr. Philip Lacombe, and Dr. Cashel O’Brien from the Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine to enjoy an afternoon by the famous Portland headlight. They discuss a case of a patient who presents with obstructive cardiogenic shock. Dr. Bram Geller and Dr. Jon Do…
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CardioNerds Co-Founder Dr. Daniel Ambinder, Episode Chair Dr. Dinu Balanescu, and FIT Lead Dr. Natalie Tapaskar discuss advanced heart failure in CardioOncology with expert Dr. Richard Cheng. Audio editing by CardioNerds Academy Intern, Dr. Akiva Rosenzveig. In this episode, we discuss the spectrum of advanced heart failure in patients with a histo…
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CardioNerds, Dr. Richard Ferraro and Dr. Dan ambinder join Dr. Li Pang, Dr. Emily Hendricks, and Dr. Bei Jiang from West Virginia University to discuss the following case that features apical obliteration with biventricular thrombus. Dr. Christopher Bianco provides the Expert CardioNerd Perspectives & Review (E-CPR) for this episode. Audio editing …
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CardioNerds (Drs. Richard Ferraro, Gurleen Kaur, and Rupan Bose) discuss the growing epidemic of obesity and dive into the role of its procedural management with Dr. Steve Nissen, Chief Academic Officer at the Cleveland Clinic HVTI and past president of the American College of Cardiology. This is an exciting topic that reflects a major inflection p…
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CardioNerds (Drs. Gurleen Kaur and Richard Ferraro) and episode FIT Lead Dr. Spencer Carter (Cardiology Fellow at UT Southwestern) discuss the clinical implementation of GLP-1 receptor agonists with Dr. Neha Pagidapati (Faculty at Duke University School of Medicine). In this episode of the CardioNerds Cardiovascular Prevention Series, we discuss th…
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What does it take to not only survive in business during volatile and uncertain times, which let’s face are almost constant conditions in our modern world, but actually thrive? In this conversation we’re unpacking the incredible research from Dr Rebecca Homkes, author of Survive, Reset and Thrive: Leading Breakthrough Growth Strategy in Volatile Ti…
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Martin Mühleisen, nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, returns to Kopi Time to talk about the state of multilateralism. He sees the recent IMF meetings marked by modest progress in securing greater funding for development and climate change, but much more remains to be done to give developing nations their requisite voice in global bo…
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CardioNerds (Dr. Dan Ambinder), Dr. Nino Isakadze (EP Fellow at Johns Hopkins Hospital), and Dr. Karan Desai (Cardiology Faculty at Johns Hopkins Hospital) join Digital Health Experts, Dr. Alexis Beatty (Cardiologist and associate professor in the department of epidemiology and biostatistics at UCSF) and Dr. Seth Martin (Director of the Johns Hopki…
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We catch up in Washington DC with Dr. Alexis Crow, lead, Global Geopolitical Investing Practice, pwc. Recorded on the last day of the IMF-World Bank 2024 spring meetings, we go over the key takeaways from our interactions with policy makers and analysts. From a mild upgrade in global growth forecasts to taking stock of the scarring of the pandemic,…
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Immunotherapy is a type of novel cancer therapy that leverages the body’s own immune system to target cancer cells. In this episode, we focused on the most common type of immunotherapy: immune checkpoint inhibitors or ICIs. ICIs are monoclonal antibodies targeting immune “checkpoints” or brakes to enhance T-cell recognition against tumors. ICI has …
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In health and social care, hospitality and catering play vital roles beyond just providing food. They're integral to the overall well-being and the holistic experience of people receiving care. Whether it's in hospitals or residential settings, serving nourishing meals and offering thoughtful hospitality doesn't just meet physical needs—it also nur…
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One of the most traumatic experiences we can have in the workplace is being made redundant. From one day to the next, your life drastically changes and you don’t have a say. Being made redundant raises all kinds of questions, as well as feelings like shock, anger and shame. Sometimes leaders handle redundancies well. More often, they don’t, making …
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Send us a Text Message. This week Laura, Tessa and Michael dive deep into a thoughtful discussion about building a happier and more meaningful life through work with special guest Stephanie Harrison. Stephanie founded The New Happy, an educational platform focused on sharing a new philosophy of happiness based on positive psychology research. She s…
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Henny Sender, after several decades of writing on international finance for the Finance Times and Wall Street Journal, presently runs Apsara Advisory, a New York-based consultancy. She joins Kopi Time to talk about her sense of the challenges facing the Chinese economy, especially the weakness in consumer sentiment. While recognising the wisdom beh…
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The anticipated blind date episode is finally here! Tune in to see who Nat chose as Alexis's blind date and to see N&A Unplugged's first visual episode, go to RedHawk Media on Youtube to watch! Make sure to follow us on TikTok and Instagram @nandaunplugged. Follow Nat and Alexis on Instagram @natalie.arney and _alexis_martin! For more Podcasts and …
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Michael and Tessa spoke with Andrea Kehoe, Director of Operations Administration at Kettering University. Andrea shifted from being a stay-at-home mom into a corporate role with Kettering University in Michigan nearly 7 years ago. She’s moved through a few different roles since 2017 and was supported by ment…
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How do you translate your ideas into meaningful, maximum impact? This week on the We Are Human Leaders podcast, we speak with the incredible Michael Sheldrick, cofounder of Global Citizen and author of the upcoming From Ideas to Impact: A Playbook for Influencing and Implementing Change in a Divided World. With 12 million members around the world, …
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Angela Mancini, Partner and Head of the Geopolitical Risk Analysis practice for Asia Pacific at Control Risks, returns to Kopi Time after four years. The issues haven’t changed that much in the interim—we talk about Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore’s elections and economic prospects, state of China-US friction in the context of business risks, an…
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Nat and Alexis introduce Stevie and Isaiah, the first-ever guests on N&A Unplugged! Stevie and Zay are childhood best friends and are a small fraction of Nat and Alexis's friend group the "Silly Willys". Listen in as the four friends talk about how they met and play their version of "Stir the Pot". Make sure to follow us on Instagram @natalie.arney…
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Send us a Text Message. This episode features Jennifer Nurick, author of Heal Your Anxious Attachment. Jennifer shares her career journey studying various healing modalities in Australia, leading her to specialize in attachment theory and childhood trauma. She discusses how attachment patterns from childhood can show up in the workplace and offers …
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, host Tessa Misiaszek talks with Dr. Enya Doyle, an inclusion and anti-harassment consultant based in London, about her approach to DEI consulting work. Dr. Doyle holds a PhD in gender diversity from her research on barriers facing women in music. She discusses the importance of curiosity and decency in creat…
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Leadership is one of the most hyped topics in business today. But are the historical archetypes of Leadership really the inspiration we should be drawing on? In this episode we’re unpacking the recent book of Martin Gutmann Ph.D., The Unseen Leader which is an exploration of leadership through the lens of historical scholarship, offering a less sen…
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The first World Social Work Day was celebrated in 2007 under the theme “Social Work - Making a World of Difference”, and 17 years later we celebrate World Social Work Day 2024 with the theme ‘Buen Vivir: Shared Future for Transformative Change’. In this podcast we hear from two Social Workers, Eve Curtis from Jewish Care, and Nicole Valens from the…
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CardioNerds join Dr. Inbar Raber and Dr. Susan Mcilvaine from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for a Fenway game. They discuss the following case: A 72-year-old man presents with two weeks of progressive dyspnea, orthopnea, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and right upper quadrant pain. He has a history of essential thrombocytosis, Barrett’s eso…
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Send us a Text Message. This week's episode features a science-packed conversation with David White, an expert in organizational culture and business transformation. David's career journey through various HR functions, including recruitment, change management, and talent management, has provided him with invaluable insights into the challenges of d…
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Welcome back to the CardioNerds Cardiovascular Prevention Series, where we are continuing our discussion of Glucagon-like Peptide-1 Receptor Agonists (GLP-1 RAs). This class of medications is becoming a household name, not only for their implications for weight loss but also for their effect on cardiovascular disease. CardioNerds Dr. Ty Sweeney (Ca…
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The following question refers to Section 13 of the 2022 AHA/ACC/HFSA Guideline for the Management of Heart Failure.The question is asked by Western Michigan University medical student and CardioNerds Intern Shivani Reddy, answered first by Mayo Clinic Cardiology Fellow and CardioNerds Academy Faculty Dr. Dinu Balanescu, and then by expert faculty D…
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Bert Hofman, adjunct Professor at the East Asian Institute at National University of Singapore, returns to Kopi Time to comment on the National People’s Congress of China and the direction of policy in the coming years. We also talk about the property sector crisis, ways to revive business and consumer confidence, deflation risks, green transition,…
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There’s no denying that vulnerability has been a buzzword in leadership for some time now. But what exactly does vulnerability look like in the workplace, and how do we use it effectively in leadership? In today’s conversation we explore the concept of with vulnerability with Jacob Morgan author of Leading with Vulnerability. He details how leaders…
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