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Distribution of goodies in our society is determined by families, firms, and governments. Attempts to change how rewards and punishments, benefits and costs, are spread through the population cause conflict. The hosts are an economist, Morton Marcus, and a financial advisor, John Guy. Expect whimsy.
 
The NewSpace India podcast brings you insights by providing glimpses of the past, addresses the present challenges and installs a vision for the future from experts who have been involved in India's space activities. Stay connected to the space community by joining the Telegram group using the link below https://t.me/spaceindia
 
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, by Vicente Blasco Ibañez and translated into English by Charlotte Brewster Jordan, depicts two branches of a family with its roots in the pampas of Argentina. The wealthy Argentinian, Julio Madariaga, comes from Spain and raises himself from poverty, becoming a self-made, wealthy cattleman. He is a man of extremes; an honest man with a rascally knack for taking advantage of others; a self-made man with overweening pride, prejudices, and a sharp, flinty te ...
 
MindTrip music, Founded by Pfirter 2006. Reinvented and relaunched in 2012 under the new name MindTrip. MindTrip Music was the creation of Buenos Aires born Juan Pablo Pfirter in 2006. The digital-only label acted as a springboard for upcoming Argentinian artists and of course, Pfirter himself, introducing those talents to the rest of the world. Over the years, the fledgling label allowed Juan Pablo the ability to experiment and play with music, sounds and textures and develop his own sense ...
 
An adventurous and inspiring global journey for music lovers. The monthly show is about diverse, extraordinary, global music that inspires the listeners imagination, like a surreal train ride through foreign countries or a trip to an exotic culture which offers an unfamiliar or unforeseeable perspective. The curious and adventurous approach melts together different influences and musical languages and creates something exciting and unsettling at the same time. Hosted by Martin Bleicher, who ...
 
First appeared in 1999 on BBC Radio 4. Each story is self contained. The series ran on radio till 2001. His Argentinian wife who teaches the tango in her classroom above a butcher's shop. Dealing with the low-life of London. He works at Patton Road Police station in South London, just after the Second World War. Often set around London's foggy docklands.
 
This is the official radio podcast program of the argentinian record label called 'Mueva'. Here you going to find some live sets of our artists (or guests mixes) or radio programs. Subscribe for stay tuned and enjoy! Follow Mueva: https://soundcloud.com/muevarecords https://twitter.com/muevarecords https://www.instagram.com/muevarecords/ https://www.facebook.com/MuevaRecords/ Contact: muevarecords@gmail.com
 
TangoABC is a regular educational podcast about the Argentinian Tango, its music, its famous tango orchestras and its singers. We discuss the different styles of each orchestra, and how it influences the growing numbers of tango dancers around the world. You can find the TangoABC Podcasts in the iTunes Store and on www.tangoabc.com
 
Weekly round up of the latest cryptocurrency news. Stay up to date and informed on latest bitcoin, ethereum and altcoin rumours and news from the week. A good trader is an informed trader and an informed trader listens to Crypto Weekly. Dangerously close to educational. ETH tips go here: 0x86C809507994eE7fE37f8C6fd2d67CD0c26D032F
 
Learn English the fun way—by listening to a podcast in English! Plain English is a program that you can understand! Join Jeff twice a week for an American English podcast about current events, such as American culture, travel, business, technology, politics and sports. The episodes also help you learn English vocabulary, idioms, phrasal verbs, English grammar and other expressions. Best of all, the show goes at the right speed for you—just a little bit slower than native speech. By listening ...
 
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Yi-Fang Huang is a violin virtuoso raised in Taiwan, educated in Argentina, now performing from Basel, who competed in the 1998 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. This podcast includes his performance of The Sibelius Violin Concerto Third Movement. He tells us about his career, and about perceived differences among orchestras of the …
 
In the fourth episode of TSIR – an adventurous and inspiring global journey for music lovers we celebrate Kaboom Karavan´s folk music from another dimension and discover dystopian electronic sounds from Mozambique. We also get inspired by polyrhythmic voodoo drumming from Haiti, find out more about Hyper-Glitch from Turkey and enjoy the longing and…
 
My guest on this episode is Segundo Oliva Pinto. While many might remember him for the misfortune that fell upon him during the 2020 U.S. Amateur at Bandon Dunes, there is so much more to Segundo. How does a kid from Cordoba, Argentina make his way to Wilmington, North Carolina and then to Arkansas? You'll find out during this long-awaited episode.…
 
Emiliano Kargieman is bringing outer-space down to Earth. The 2010 launch of his company Satellogic has created a network of mass-produced, nano-satellites, providing high-resolution data of expansive areas at a low cost compared to traditional Earth Observation (EO) data streaming. Kargieman, Satellogic’s Founder and CEO, is a major player in the …
 
" Wikipedia’s first official edit was on January 15, 2001, and since then, the nonprofit has built the largest collection of crowdsourced knowledge in the world. But Wikipedia as we know it isn’t how the two founders first planned. In fact, it started as something completely different. Plus, learn “over the years.” -- At Plain English, we make Engl…
 
This week, Sam is joined by English Dan, Tony and Andrés to look forward to Sunday evening's Copa Diego Armando Maradona final between Boca Juniors and Banfield (and at how they got there) and to review Boca's and River Plate's eliminations from the Copa Libertadores.By Sam Kelly
 
Walchandnagar Industries has actively participated in manufacture of booster motor casings and nozzles for the ISRO space programs commencing from SLV-3, ASLV to PSLV & GSLV Mk II and Mk III programs. You can reach Chirag on White paper on Indian supplier landscape: “Driving innovation in the Indian space sector using digital…
 
" Remember how we used to go to this place every weekday and spend the whole entire day with a roomful of people? Today, we’re taking a nostalgic look back on the television show “The Office” from a world where most people have been away from the office for almost a year. Plus, learn what it means to “put on a brave face.” -- At Plain English, we m…
 
***This is episode 53. Initial upload was flawed due to an editing issue that has since been fixed. If you downloaded the episode and had no audio for tom, then redownload this episode. It has been fixed*** My turn! I share my unbiased, uninfluenced list of favorite pens, notebooks, Funko Pops, and video games of 2020. In my humble opinion, it's th…
 
Tom Hiatt's commitment is The Indiana Democracy Collaboration, but this only is the most recent of a long-line of activities, such as creating an endowment for Holliday Park, starting The Indianapolis branch of Grameen America (micro loans to women living below the poverty line), venture capital, and helping to raise $70 million for Newfields (Indi…
 
" Not surprisingly, theater revenue was down 70 percent in 2020, and the pandemic boosted an already-accelerating trend toward streaming movie releases. But with the end of the pandemic (hopefully) in sight, can movie theaters rebound from this? Or are theaters going to be gone…for good? Plus, learn the phrase “cash in on.” -- At Plain English, we …
 
Happy new year! In this week's HOP Sam is joined by English Dan and Santi for a quick roundup of the most relevant action in the Copa Diego Maradona over the Christmas and new year period (including a very entertaining 2-2 draw between Boca Juniors and River Plate), and a look back on the first legs of the Copa Libertadores semi-finals, which saw R…
 
Lebanon remains in a deep financial crisis, with many people struggling to make ends meet. Meanwhile, the country is still without a government, five months after the devastating Beirut blast. Riad Salameh, the governor of Lebanon's central bank, denies any responsibility for the financial crisis. "My conscience is clear," he told FRANCE 24's Marc …
 
The Covid-19 vaccines give rise to the hope that humanity will soon turn the page on a devastating pandemic. But with conspiracy theories flourishing against the backdrop of widespread scepticism, these new vaccines developed in record time have raised many questions. Speaking to FRANCE 24, Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden's chief medical adviser on Covid-…
 
The Odd Oink runs down his list of Top 7 pens and inks of 2020. I have a list, too. I'll share it next week. It'll have pens, and, um, other stuff. Definitely next week - I promise. What are your favorite pens, inks, and "stuff" of 2020? Write to us at pentertainmentpodcast@gmail.comCheck out this week's retail sponsor, Pen Chalet - www.penchalet.c…
 
" South Africa’s Kruger National Park is one of the world’s top safari destinations. Its vast area – nearly two million hectares – has extraordinary natural features and is one of the best wildlife sanctuaries on the continent. It’s home to the “Big 5” African mammal species, and 750 more. Plus, learn what it means to “blend in.” -- At Plain Englis…
 
We kick things off in 2021 with Chris Gotterup from Rutgers University. Chris is the reigning Big 10 Player of the Year and had outstanding finished at the Maridoe and South Beach Amateurs. He's a Jersey Guy through and through, little rough around the edges, and a perfect opening guest to 2021! New Merch IN STOCK! Available for sale HERE. Subscrib…
 
" You know what’s the worst? Remembering passwords. But you know what else is the worst? Getting your account hacked or a big security breach. 2021 should be the year for improving your password hygiene: ditching reusable passwords, your password Excel document, and signing up for a password manager tool. Today, we’re talking about the best passwor…
 
New year, new month, new episode on the MindTrip Podcast. On this very first episode for 2021 Pfirter welcomes Spanish DJ, producer & label owner Tadeo for an exclusive 70 min mix. Based in Madrid, Tadeo, real name Miguel Sar, shares an amazing recording consisting of tracks by Phara, A Thousand Details, Antigone, Seleccion Natural, Oliver Rosemann…
 
Dr. Jayant Murthy is a Senior Professor at the Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA). Prior to joining IIA he received his PhD in Physics from the Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, USA and later joined as a Research Scientist in the same. His research revolves in Space missions starting with a payload on the Space…
 
It's New Year's Eve and we resolve to talk more about fountain pens and less about video games, poop, and keto. Nah, you know that's not going to happen on the Pentertainment Podcast. However, we do discuss journaling and read some of your e-mail responses. Join in and write to us at pentertainmentpodcast@gmail.com Check out this week's retail spon…
 
My guest on the final episode of 2020 is Cole Hammer from the University of Texas. In this episode, Cole and I talk about a tumultous year of golf and we dive into the last 10 days of his 2020 golf season that were made up of two distinctive events: The Walker Cup Practice Session at Bay Hill and his dominant performance at the South Beach Internat…
 
" 2020 was a guessing game. We never knew what the next month was going to throw at us. Hopefully, 2021 will be a little more predictable. Today’s lesson ponders five questions for 2021: when life will return to normal, Europe’s leadership transitions, big tech, the rise of populism, and public transportation. Plus, learn “for good.” -- At Plain En…
 
My guest on this episode is Julian Perico from the Arkansas Razorbacks men's golf team. He led his team as freshman and was the only Razorback to go 3-0 in match play to lead Arkansas to the SEC Championship. Fantastic conversation with one of the best amateurs in the country. New Merch IN STOCK! Available for sale HERE. Subscribe to The Back of th…
 
Conversation with Matheus Calderón a cultural critic and curator of Comité de Lectura. We talk about how the protests that bring down the coup in Peru have been influencing political panorama and why protests continue in different parts of the country while also reflecting about the connection between the informal economy and Peruvian identity.…
 
" It’s hard to believe that we started the year with Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex stepping back from their royal duties and mourning Kobe Bryant. January through March of 2020 – pre-COVID lockdowns for most of the world – feel like they happened many years ago. This episode looks back on the wild ride we’ve been on in 2020. Plus, learn wh…
 
As the arm recovers, I'm throwing down an epic journaling challenge - to copy pages from the notebooks seen in Naughty Dog's "Last of Us" and "Uncharted" video game franchises. I'm handwriting them all in a lined notebook with the same fountain pen. Who else is down for this challenge? Tom? Vanessa? John Lane? Brendan Fraser?Check out this week's r…
 
" Just when you thought things were getting really weird… Mysterious monolith sculptures have been popping up in random locations around the globe. It’s unclear who is behind the statues, but one witness saw the creators in action. We can tell you about it, but we can’t explain it. Plus, learn “without a trace.” -- At Plain English, we make English…
 
" Less than a year after the first case of COVID-19, the vaccine rollout has officially begun. But distribution won’t be easy. From extreme temperature requirements to the vaccine’s complicated shelf life, hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies will have their hands full. But people are already feeling something they haven’t felt in a while: hope. Plus…
 
Episode three of This sound I ride – an adventurous and inspiring global journey for music lovers brings you unique theremin sounds from the Icelandic artist Hekla, an Afro-Caribbean hymn for life by the fearless duo Navarro / Holmes and a gorgeous and hypnotic love song from the Mali desert. We also discover Indus Bonze's Japanese version of Tanza…
 
This week's HOP is our last episode of 2020, but Argentine football isn't quite done yet – unusually, matches continue throughout the summer in the Copa Diego Armando Maradona, Copa Sudamericana and Copa Libertadores. Sam, English Dan, Santi and Andrés look back on the action since we last recorded and set the scene for what's to come. We'll be bac…
 
Aravind has over 7 years of cross-functional, cross-domain work experience in the software and space industry. He is advising startups, investors and private companies in the Earth observation sector and the wider space industry: strategic market assessments, competitive landscape & positioning, go-to-market strategies and business development cons…
 
Alain Bifani resigned suddenly at the end of June from his position as director general of Lebanon's finance ministry, a post he had held for 20 years. The former top official had supported an IMF-backed recovery plan for the heavily indebted country, but this was blocked by the political elite. Speaking to FRANCE 24, Bifani says the plan was about…
 
" Diego Maradona is widely considered one of soccer’s all-time greatest players. He broke many records and played a key role in Argentinian teams that won World Cups. But he was also all too human. His early and sudden rise to stardom came with many ups and downs. Plus, learn “catch up with.” -- At Plain English, we make English lessons for the mod…
 
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