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The Atlantic has long been known as an ideas-driven magazine. Now we’re bringing that same ethos to audio. Like the magazine, the show will “road test” the big ideas that both drive the news and shape our culture. Through conversations—and sometimes sharp debates—with the most insightful thinkers and writers on topics of the day, Radio Atlantic will complicate overly simplistic views. It will cut through the noise with clarifying, personal narratives. It will, hopefully, help listeners make ...
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Now that the internet, social media, and AI are integrated into much of our lives, it’s easy to lose our grip on reality. In this season of How to Know What’s Real, co-hosts Megan Garber and Andrea Valdez explore the proliferation of misinformation and the rise of deepfakes and even illusions, hoping to understand what’s real and what’s not.
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For 50 years, Washington Week has been the most intelligent and up to date conversation about the most important news stories of the week. Washington Week is the longest-running news and public affairs program on PBS and features journalists -- not pundits -- lending insight and perspective to the week's important news stories.
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Atlantic Voice is the home of east coast documentary storytelling. Settle in for thoughtful radio docs and interviews that dive deep into the people of Atlantic Canada and what they're up to.
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#BalkansDebrief is an online interview series presented by the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center and hosted by journalist Ilva Tare. The program offers a fresh look at the Western Balkans and examines the region’s people, culture, challenges, and opportunities. Follow along on Twitter @ACEurope with #BalkansDebrief.
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Breakthrough Labs by General Atlantic explores the transformative power of entrepreneurship and highlights innovative technologies that have the potential to solve some of the most pressing challenges of our time. Join global growth equity investor General Atlantic and learn from their network of entrepreneurs whose breakthrough technologies are transforming their respective industries.
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LBS Management Hub (Insights Edge)

Lagos Business School (Pan-Atlantic University)

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Welcome aboard Insights Edge, your exclusive ticket to the pulse of the African business landscape! Brace yourself for captivating discussions with distinguished management faculty, industry leaders, and corporate titans. Dive deep into cutting-edge insights and gain insider tips on how to thrive in this dynamic and complex market. Get your pen and paper ready! https://managementhub.lbs.edu.ng/
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CHINA-MENA

Atlantic Council

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China in MENA Information Series Promotes Informed Discussion on Chinese Influence in the Middle East and informs US and MENA audiences in the policy and business communities about the nature of China’s outreach to the region.
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Letters from the Atlantic

Letters from the Atlantic

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'Letters from the Atlantic' is a quirky and amusing weekly blog by author and international columnist, Barrie Mahoney, about an expat's perspective of life from an island in the Atlantic Ocean. For more information, go to: www.barriemahoney.com
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Journey of Relaxation

Christie Duchess of the Dunes

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A Journey of Relaxation down the eastern coast of the United States of America stopping at many public beaches or parks on the Atlantic ocean.I started this journey of relaxation because I have often wondered where the sounds I listen to come from. Each time I go to a beach it sounds a little different and I want share this with everyone.Each episode will be from a time and place that are unique.
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Sounds Atlantic is a podcast heard weekly that is devoted to artists from Atlantic Canada who perform roots and acoustic based music (i.e., traditional, folk, old-time, “Canadiana”/”Americana”, bluegrass, etc.). Atlantic Canadian artists describe it this way: Anita Best (trad Newfoundland singer, folk historian and Order of Canada member) refers to this podcast as "the best show for down-home music in all of Canada"... Wayne Chaulk ("Buddy Wassisname and the Other Fellers") says "Ron's got t ...
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The Last Salmon: a new podcast set to inspire hope and solutions for a species in crisis. Hosted by renowned actor, Jim Murray, and award-winning producer, Daire Whelan, The Last Salmon, offers hope and solutions to the tragic story that is unfolding for an iconic species - the wild Atlantic salmon.
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Guns for Hire

Atlantic Council

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The Guns for Hire podcast is a production of the Atlantic Council’s North Africa Initiative. Taking Libya as its starting point, it explores the causes and implications of the growing use of mercenaries in armed conflict. The podcast features guests from many walks of life, from ethicists and historians to former mercenary fighters. It seeks to understand what the normalisation of private warfare tells us about the world as we currently find it, but also about the future of the international ...
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Welcome to Fowl Players Radio, an oral history of art, music, entertainment, and pop culture featuring interviews that tell the stories of those who make it happen. Authors, artists, musicians, actors, directors, filmmakers, media personalities- you name it, we've got it! Hosted by Actor/Musician Michael Spedden.(Who is also the host of "The Back of The Rack- The Michael Spedden Show" on 97underground.com which airs every Tuesday at 4pm Eastern Time). For more information on the Fowl Players ...
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Some call it Hurricane Katrina. Some call it the Federal Flood. Others call it the day the levees broke. On August 29, 2005, the city of New Orleans was submerged. That story of hubris, incompetence, and nature's wrath is now etched into the national consciousness. But the people who lived through the flood and its aftermath have a different story to tell. A story of rumors, betrayal, and one of the most misunderstood events in American history. Hosted by Vann R. Newkirk II.
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The biggest artists. Their celebrated albums. Producer and author Jesse Cannon gets unprecedented access to look at these records, piece by piece, with interviews from those involved at every level.
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My husband, the 8th Earl of Carnarvon, and I have the enormous privilege and pleasure of living in, and taking care of, my husband’s family home, Highclere Castle, which is better known to many people as the setting for the popular television programme “Downton Abbey”. Thanks to this series, our home has, over the last few years, become one of the most well-known and iconic houses in the world. My Podcast is my way of trying to share the stories and heritage of this wonderful building and es ...
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A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
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Conversations in Atlantic Theory

Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy

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These conversations explore the cultural, political, and philosophical traditions of the Atlantic world, ranging from European critical theory to the black Atlantic to sites of indigenous resistance and self-articulation, as well as the complex geography of thinking between traditions, inside traditions, and from positions of insurgency, critique, and counternarrative.
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Each week, journalists and old school friends - Tom Arms and Lockwood Phillips - discuss big news stories around the world from different sides of the pond and very different sides of the political spectrum.
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This podcast combines the experiences of an economist, David Campbell and a social scientist, Don Mills, to explore the challenges and opportunities facing Atlantic Canada, to promote data-driven decision making among policymakers and to encourage a wider dialogue and debate leading to greater prosperity for the region. Expect to hear interviews with the top influencers, business leaders and decision-makers across Atlantic Canada to inform, educate and expand the conversations on the key iss ...
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In this episode of GardenDC: The Podcast about Mid-Atlantic Gardening, we talk with returning guest Phil Normandy about a small town arboretum. The plant profile is on Creeping Raspberry and we share what's going on in the garden as well as some upcoming local gardening events and this week's garden tasks in the What's New segment. We close out wit…
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What’s next in Donald Trump’s historic trial and how the outcome is likely to play on the campaign trail. Plus, a look at Justice Alito’s flags and the vice presidential sweepstakes. Join moderator Jeffrey Goldberg, Josh Gerstein of Politico, Mara Liasson of NPR, Ed O’Keefe CBS News and Nancy Youssef of The Wall Street Journal to discuss this and m…
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Music from selected winners from this year’s East Coast Music Awards held recently in Charlottetown PEI including “Songwriter’s Circle” co-chairs Damnhait Doyle and Rose Cousins, Neon Dreams, Kayo, Émilie Landry, Kellie Loder, Morgan Toney, the East Pointers, Mary Beth Carty, Richard Wood, Rachel Davis and Darren McMullen, and Rum Ragged. https://w…
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After months of struggle with little movement, the war in Ukraine may be nearing a crucial point. With American aid stalled for months, the fight has not been going well for Ukraine. Weapons and ammunition are once again on the way after the long-delayed package passed last month. But will it be enough in time? Russia has broken through the lines a…
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In a twist that has left political pundits and voters alike scrambling, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has called for a UK general election on July 4th. This unexpected announcement comes at a time when many believed the election would be delayed until November. The move has sparked a flurry of reactions and speculation about the motivations behind suc…
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Join us each week as we discuss gravel bikes, adventure biking, bikepacking, bike camping, or just playing bikes. We are so happy to be back after a little hiatus - hey, life gets in the way sometimes. And what a way to return with our good friend Dave Pryor to talk about unPAved and some new unPAved adjacent offerings you don't want to miss out on…
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They have returned! Eric and Zeff are back on the internet airwaves with their infamous (Zeff tries to explain) summer tradition of previewing the summer cinematic releases by watching only the trailers. From June to the end of August, they have you (pretty much) covered, with sequels, prequels, comic book films and films from books. And as is the …
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This week we present a special edition of the Insights podcast. Don and David recorded a conversation with Michelle Robichaud, President, Atlantica Centre for Energy live at the Canada's Ocean Supercluster event in Saint John. Held on May 14th, the Supercluster folks are pitching Ambition2035, a plan to grow the output associated with Canada's ocea…
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In this episode, we sat down with Michele Kreuzer of BEEhavior Budz, an organization that empowers families and providers with effective strategies to respond to various behaviors. We discussed the importance of supporting people with behavioral disabilities, listening to their needs, and involving them in the process. We also considered the whole …
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Have you ever wondered where the relaxing sounds you listen to come from? When you take this Journey of Relaxation with me you will know exactly where and when it was recorded. These relaxing sounds are coming to you from Hereford Inlet Park on October 2, 2021 4:30 pm. New intro Support the Show. Take a moment to find the beauty of nature every day…
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Damon Goodwin and Jeff White are tired of New Brunswick being the least research-intensive province in Canada. Damon, the CEO of Research NB, and Jeff, the CEO of the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, join Don and David on this week’s Insights podcast to talk about recent changes to the innovation ecosystem in the province and how the new model …
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When I was a youngster back in the 1980’s- a budding young headbanger- on Sunday nights before I went to bed to get ready for a grueling week of school- I would listen to M-M-M-Metal Shop- the only show with teeth! I used to love hearing about my favorite bands and hearing ones I’d never heard before. Metal Shop ran on various stations around the c…
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The Western Balkans stand at a pivotal moment. Regional stability, security, and prosperity require a more robust US engagement. EU accession remains the goal but simmering ethnic tensions and resurgent nationalism demand a comprehensive US strategy that includes specific and actionable commitments. In the light of Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukrai…
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While the vibrance, innovation, and cacophony of online life can feel completely unlike anything humanity has ever created before, its newness isn’t wholly unprecedented. Humans reckoned with many similar challenges to life as they knew it while navigating a different kind of social web: the city. In this episode, Danah Boyd, a partner researcher a…
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In this insightful episode, we sit down with financial expert Dr. Kayode Omoregie, a faculty member at Lagos Business School, to explore the intricacies of managing finances in unpredictable times. This conversation delves into why traditional, one-size-fits-all financial strategies often fall short in today's rapidly changing economic landscape. D…
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Trae Crowder, the viral Tennessean comedian joins to discuss his upbringing in a red state, why rednecks are Trumpies and what happens to a community when the jobs leave. Learn why he understands Trump's appeal to rednecks, and how and why they transitioned from not liking Trump to supporting his every move. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/…
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In this episode of GardenDC: The Podcast about Mid-Atlantic Gardening, we talk with Mike Lizotte with American Meadows about Reduce Your Lawn Day and planting mini meadows. The plant profile is on Hosta and we share what's going on in the garden as well as some upcoming local gardening events and this week's garden tasks in the What's New segment. …
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Closing arguments are coming next week in Donald Trump's criminal trial in New York. We look at Michael Cohen’s testimony and if the probable 2024 Republican nominee will be running as a convicted felon. Join moderator Jeffrey Goldberg, Laura Barrón-López of PBS NewsHour, Eugene Daniels of Politico, Susan Glasser of The New Yorker and Steve Inskeep…
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Internationally renowned fishery scientist, Ken Whelan, issues a call to action on the latest episode of The Last Salmon. He says that ranching can and will work to help improve salmon numbers and he explains to us the background to its successful development and implementation – albeit with caveats and cautions. Likening it to racehorse breeding, …
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Have you ever wondered where the relaxing sounds you listen to come from? When you take this Journey of Relaxation with me you will know exactly where and when it was recorded. These relaxing sounds are coming to you from Stone Harbor Beach on October 2, 2021 2:00 pm. New intro Support the Show. Take a moment to find the beauty of nature every day,…
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Preview of the Trails, Tales and Tunes Festival in Norris Point, Gros Morne National Park, Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador. Features interview with Festival Program Chair Wayne Parsons (Anchor’s Aweigh), and a tour of the festival, including music from selected artists appearing at the festival (10 days - from May 17-26, 2024)…
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In Glen's Steps: A Journey with Dementia is a deeply personal and heartfelt podcast series that explores the impact of dementia on Glenroy Brown, a man of remarkable character, and his family. Through candid conversations, personal reflections, and expert insights, we share the journey of his life, from his early years in Jamaica to his current exp…
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Researchers have been hard at work on a number of male contraceptives that could hit the market in the next couple of decades. Options include a hormone-free birth control pill, an injection that accomplishes the same thing as a vasectomy but is easily reversible, and a topical gel men can rub on their shoulders that doesn’t affect mood or libido. …
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“Here's why creating single-payer health care in America is so hard,” explained Harold Pollack in Vox in 2016. “The benefits of climate action…are diffuse and hard to pin down,” shrugged a Foreign Affairs article in 2020. “A nuanced view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” presented Aliza Pilichowski in The Jerusalem Post in 2023. Each of the abo…
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In this episode of Breakthrough Labs, BeyondNetZero Managing Director Rhea Hamilton speaks with Frédéric Trinel, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of EcoVadis, the global provider of business sustainability ratings, intelligence, and collaborative performance tools servicing more than 130,000 companies across the globe. They discuss Frédéric’s long history as …
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In this episode of China-MENA titled “The View from New Delhi: Can IMEC rival China’s Belt and Road?”, our host Jonathan Fulton and guests Ambassador Navdeep Suri and expert Kabir Taneja explore the India, Middle East, Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC) and its ties to China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). We unravel India's significant strategic in…
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Our guest tonight Ronnie 10/10 Youkins from KIX and The Blues Vultures! He was full of great stories about the Mid Atlantic music scene and told us a lot of KIX history- shows at hammerjacks, the seagull, notwork, playing with Triumph, David Lee Roth (to pee or not to pee? That is the question) He has a new album coming out soon with The Blues Vult…
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Social media has made it easier to build more parasocial relationships with celebrities and influencers. What impact are those connections having on our relationships IRL? And how do they shift our understanding and expectations of intimacy and trust? Florida State University assistant professor Arienne Ferchaud defines parasocial relationships and…
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In this episode of Mid Atlantic, host Roifield Brown dives deep into the unfolding crisis in Haiti, a nation with a rich yet tumultuous history. From its days as the world's richest colony to becoming the first black republic and now one of the poorest countries, Haiti's journey has been marked by resilience against relentless adversity. Joining us…
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In the two years since Elon Musk bought Twitter, he's turned irt into a leading source of right wing propaganda. He spreads hateful rhetoric, platforms white nationalists and engages with unfounded conspiracy theories. He lies about President Biden, promotes racist ideology and pushes his own commentary onto X users whether they follow him or not. …
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In this episode of GardenDC: The Podcast about Mid-Atlantic Gardening, we talk with Fran Carden about Historic Garden Week and local garden tours. The plant profile is on Creeping Jenny and we share what's going on in the garden as well as some upcoming local gardening events and this week's garden tasks in the What's New segment. We close out with…
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Joe Biden brings the hammer down on Israel and Marjorie Taylor Greene tries, and fails, to bring the hammer down on the House Speaker. Plus, the very strange trial of an ex-president continues. Join moderator Jeffrey Goldberg, Peter Baker of The New York Times, Jonathan Karl of ABC News, Elaina Plott Calabro of The Atlantic and Vivian Salama of The…
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Music from selected winners from this year’s East Coast Music Awards in Charlottetown PEI including “NeonDreams”, Charlie A’Court, The East Pointers, Jason Benoit, Tim Baker, Julie Aubé, Morgan Toney, “Flying Pooka”, The Bombadils, Jenn Grant, and the Deriva Harvey Band. Includes a tribute to Bruce Guthro. 2 https://www.facebook.com/ron.moores.18…
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Planning for Diddly Squat with Dan Lampard When Lichfields director Dan Lampard wrote about the planning issues around Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat farm for Thames Tap in June 2023, the response was beyond our wildest expectations. Dan, who is senior director and head of Thames Valley, and lives in West Oxfordshire, not far from Diddly Squat, gav…
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Hatcheries. It’s a contentious issue amongst the salmon angling community and with numbers of salmon continuing to drop, more and more anglers are asking can and should it be introduced to their river? For this week’s episode of The Last Salmon, we wanted to find out more about the pros, cons, nuances and science behind it and are joined by David S…
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Have you ever wondered where the relaxing sounds you listen to come from? When you take this Journey of Relaxation with me you will know exactly where and when it was recorded. These relaxing sounds are coming to you from Avalon Beach on October 2, 2021 12:30 pm. New intro Support the Show. Take a moment to find the beauty of nature every day, Duch…
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On this week’s Insights podcast, Don and David talk with the Honourable Margaret Johnson, Minister of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries in New Brunswick about agriculture, food production and the opportunities for growth in the province and region. Agriculture and food production (excluding fish and seafood), is the second most important expor…
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