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We are Curtain K, a young DJ duo from Bavaria, Germany. In 2014 we started to create our first Hardstyle mixes and published them on YouTube. In the last few years we made over a hundred thousand views per month. After 3 years of YouTube our focus has changed more and more to live performances. Today we play regularly in clubs and on festivals. A few months ago, we finished our own studio. Due to that we have a lot of new possibilities, so we are able to realize our plans and dreams for the ...
 
Welcome to the Invest in Bavaria-US Podcast, where successful entrepreneurs from the US share insights about why Bavaria is THE place to build a business in the heart of Europe. This is a production of Invest in Bavaria, the business promotion agency of Bavaria, Germany’s largest federal state, where innovation and entrepreneurship go hand in hand. Find out more at www.bavaria.org
 
Growing up in Upper Lusatia (East Saxony Germany), he began in 2004 to buy his first records and produce his first own tracks. In 2008 he founded with Botzki the Hardcore Speedcore Project "Speedhardbreak". In the following years he played until today at various underground parties as a DJ (preferably Hardcore Breakcore Speedcore) or even live with his self-invented style "Rudetekno" (a kind of hard and fast Tekno). Now he lives in Upper Bavaria and produces different styles of electronic music.
 
From the reign of preposterous royal individuals, such as George IV, formerly Prince of Wales, and King Ludvig II of Bavaria, to the brilliant and belligerent, like the Italian artist, Caravaggio, to the scandalous les Incroyables et Merveilleuses, who emerged from the French Reign of Terror, the chronicles revealed in Outrageous History! will raise your eyebrows and leave you shaking your head. Join journalist Ernest Granson as he interviews historians around the world, delving into some of ...
 
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Public Interest Law Center

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Public school funding in Pennsylvania has been on the skids for decades now, but today, it’s doing real harm all over the state. And this isn’t by accident. PA’s legislature has created a system where the kids who need the most, get the least, usually because of where they live. So much so that across the Keystone State, 86% of public school students are attending schools that are underfunded. And lots of Pennsylvanians are saying enough is enough. Some of them have gone so far as to take th ...
 
✘_✘ ╰ ╯ www.infectedrhythm.com >-< ------------------------------------------- || 21 years || || [Ghost] Producer & DJ || || Germany / Bavaria || Producing & DJing started: 2014 Labels signed ✪: || BEDM-Recordings | @bedmrec || Alveda Music Group | @alvedamusic "I like candies and to listen, produce and play music! I make future music, crazy & unique style! My rhythm is infected!" - Infected Rhythm Bio: Infected Rhythm is a German DJ and producer who has been actively producing for 4 years. ...
 
Listen to the incomparable therapist Esther Perel counsel real couples as they reveal the most intimate, personal, and complicated details of the conflicts that have brought them to her door. This season Esther speaks to a constellation of new relationships: A couple wrestling with the guilt they feel over the happiness their infidelity created. Another trying to make space for their queerness in an outwardly appearing hetero relationship. A set of friends trying to sort out if their childho ...
 
Every difficult time is an opportunity to create, listen and learn from experiences. The Pretzel Podcast will bring creative inspiration and stories closer to you, in your ears. #thepretzelpodcast pretzel /ˈprɛts(ə)l/ 1. a crisp biscuit baked in the form of a knot or a stick and flavored with salt, very famous in the Bavaria region, Germany 2. twist, bend, or contort
 
Composer, Arranger & Producer. "DJ" ing since 1997. Universal Music , Buddha Bar , George V Records , Bonzai Music , Essential House Records , Interlabel Music , Eivissa Recordings ,Bavaria Recordings , Doppelgaenger,Moonster Music . Kalan Müzik, Dmc Müzik , Arpej Müzik Ceo & Founder of Soul Fabrik ( www.soulfabrik.com ) İstanbul Dj Academy ( www.istanbuldjacademy.com ) Moonster Music Cayman Records Danceprin Fuga Records Kare Müzik http://www.facebook.com/serdarayyildizofficial http://twitt ...
 
Rick Steves' European Christmas gives viewers a look at sacred, intimate family Christmas traditions. From England to Norway, Burgundy to Bavaria, Rome to the top of the Swiss Alps, locals brimming with holiday cheer celebrate Christmas in seven European countries, including a very memorable Christmas Eve Mass at St. Peter's in Rome. For more information on Rick Steves' European Christmas — including the European Christmas DVD, Blu-ray, Music CD and Book — visit https://www.ricksteves.com.
 
Every week Bits & Pretzels Editor-in-Chief Britta Weddeling (@bweddeling) invites the most important voices from the global founders and VC network to her podcast to discuss their routes from founding or financing a startup to the peak of international success. Guest include world renowned Silicon Valley representatives such as former Head of Retail at Apple, Angela Ahrendts, Shazam founder Chris Barton, Drew Houston, the founder of Dropbox, Hollywood actor Jessica Alba and the leading voice ...
 
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Renewing the Centre at The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change

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The Brainstorm is a weekly podcast about public policy which asks the overlooked questions that will define the coming decades. Senior Fellows from the Renewing the Centre initiative at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change will be joined by a revolving cast of outside guests for a conversation about public policy that is inspired by recent political news, but goes far beyond the headlines.
 
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In this podcast from last week's Marxist Student Federation rally, speakers from the UCU, NEU and the MSF outline the crisis facing the education sector, how we got here, and what we can do to support the UCU strike and put an end to marketisation altogether.Read more in our article 'UCU strikes - All out for victory!': https://www.socialist.net/uc…
 
For the first time on the podcast, Esther invites a couple back to her office for a second session. 10 years ago, his first wife took her own life. A year later he met his current wife and she became an overnight stepmother to four children. Three years after they first spoke to Esther, she asks them what has changed? Have they been able to revive …
 
▼▽⬇ *Download Link & Tracklist* ⬇▽▼📸 If you want to stay up to date, follow us on instagram: https://instagram.com/djcurtain_k🎧 📥 Download: https://soundcloud.com/curtaink/📘 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CurtainKmusic/🔊 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/curtaink/#hardstyle #podcast #curtaink #raw Tracklist:1. Sound Rush & Sogma - No Time To D…
 
The womanizing, gambling and boozing George, Prince of Wales, had one thing in mind in April of 1795 when he agreed to marry his smelly, stout and somewhat coarse first cousin, Caroline, Princess of Brunswick - to pay off his £600,000 (US$74 million in today's dollars) royal debt. George's father, King George III, had agreed to pay down the debt if…
 
In a Where Should We Begin first, Esther sits down with two friends. They’ve been close for so long they feel like brothers, with all of the baggage that comes with family but none of the certainty. There are things that go unspoken between them, issues they have skimmed over in their two decades of friendship. Esther creates the space for the conv…
 
For our series 3 finale, comedian and CTDEA regular Mike Shephard joins us to chat about why high-tech ancient aliens built mud-brick Sumer...or they did they?Plus, Mike and Ed go head to head with an ancient cultures quiz.Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/ctdeapod.Contact us at ctdeapod@gmail.com or at our website: ctdeapod.com. Follow us @CTDE…
 
Superstar architect Frank Lloyd Wright was as well known for his scandalous personal life as he was for his revolutionary architectural designs. Even Wright seemed to recognize he was a flawed man, but as biographer Paul Hendrickson argues, underneath Wright's arrogance existed a "fundamental soulfulness" that resulted in some of the world's most i…
 
The Cuban Revolution was one of the most inspiring events in history, creating the first workers' state in the Western hemisphere. In this talk, Keelan Kellegher discusses the struggle for socialism in Cuba and where it must go from here, to spread the revolution and free itself from isolation.Get involved in Socialist Appeal today: https://www.lin…
 
Extreme inequality is the defining feature of Chinese society, now officially more unequal than even the USA. In this podcast, Daniel Morley discusses the future of China under capitalism, and what the crisis of Chinese capitalism means for the world economy.Get involved with Socialist Appeal today: https://linktr.ee/SocialistAppeal…
 
In this second episode of Esther Calling, we meet a woman who feels she is losing her best friend. The caller feels that her friend is rushing into a marriage to someone she doesn’t approve of. During the call Esther talks her through a new way to see their relationship and where to go from here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoic…
 
📸 If you want to stay up to date, follow us on instagram: https://instagram.com/djcurtain_k🎧 📥 Download: https://soundcloud.com/curtaink/📘 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CurtainKmusic/🔊 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/curtaink/#hardstyle #podcast #curtaink #raw Tracklist:1. Noisecontrollers - Pillars Of Creation (Atmozfears & Sound Rush Remi…
 
This time there is no couch, but instead an unexpected phone call from Esther to a woman who is struggling with the differences between her and her partner's upbringing. He grew up in a comfortable suburb, she grew up having less, much less. She loves her boyfriend but wants to get past the resentment she feels towards the opportunities he’s had. E…
 
What has Sumer ever done for you? How about writing, wheeled vehicles, bureaucracy, the plough, urban civilisation, key Old Testament stories and mathematics? But it's not all bad. They also helped establish beer as an important way to fritter away your wages. Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/ctdeapod. Contact us at ctdeapod@gmail.com or at our…
 
In this podcast, Rob Sewell discusses the explosive events taking place in Britain – explaining what lies in store for the labour movement, and why we must build the forces of Marxism in order to play a leading role in these titanic battles.Get involved with Socialist Appeal today: https://linktr.ee/socialistappeal…
 
The CTDEA Team watched 2003's The Last Samurai - based at the time of the Satsuma Rebellion and starring Tom "Xenu" Cruise as Nathan Algren - a re-imagining of the Republic of Ezo's Jules Brunet. Is The Last Samurai a realistic depiction of Japan in the late nineteenth century or is it a Nipponian Braveheart? We found out. Support us on Patreon at …
 
Our guests Chirag Jetani is a people leader with creative curiosity. He has a history of successfully energizing teams from end-to-end operations, engineering, global trade, and finance to business transformations We talked about pain points in payment systems, thinking outside the box, and connecting unexpected things together. Visit: Diamante Blo…
 
On today's episode, we look at how PA's public schools have come to the impasse they're in now, at the hand of shifting political priorities over the past handful of governors and presidents. Underfunded is a project of the Publc Interest Law Center, with a grant from the William Penn Foundation. For more information on the fight to fairly fund pub…
 
The Pretzel Podcast is the show from Munich, Bavaria, the homestead of Pretzel. As you know, a pretzel is a crisp biscuit baked in the form of a knot or a stick and flavored with salt, very famous here, in the Bavaria region, Germany. In addition to that, the pretzel has also another meaning, to twist, bend, or contort. Every difficult time is an o…
 
In this narrated article - published in issue 34 of In Defence of Marxism, the quarterly theoretical journal of the International Marxist Tendency - Florian Keller explains how the events surrounding the Bavarian Soviet Republic represent one of the most inspiring episodes in the German Revolution of 1918-1923.In November 1918, Germany exploded int…
 
Married for ten years and co-owners for seven, they bring their home dynamic to work with them. Their employees are sick of the fights and the struggles for power and control, and so are they. Meanwhile, she also worries their roles at their gym have been divided along gender lines. This is one of Esther's favorite episodes from How's Work?, her sh…
 
What happens when supporters of the Shogun try to set up their own American-style republic? Don't worry. We'll samurai-se it for you. So nippon down and join us for a tale of honour, bravery and way too much suicide. It's the Republic of Ezo. Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/ctdeapod. Contact us at ctdeapod@gmail.com or at our website: ctdeapod…
 
Our guests Tiffany Hart is a start-up founder and tech entrepreneur, and Tanya Garma is an international Strategy Director. We talked about home, the feeling of being accepted and fully yourself, at work and at home. Visit: https://growgetters.io Instagram: GrowGetters (@growgetters.io) Facebook: GrowGetters hello@growgetters.io Tiffany on LinkedIn…
 
Watch Alan Woods' introduction to 'History of Philosophy: a Marxist Perspective' - an important new work published by Wellred Books. The text outlines how the best philosophical ideas of the past have laid the basis for the development of dialectical materialism, the philosophy of Marxism: the only set of ideas capable of explaining the real situat…
 
He’s a doctor, she works for the government. Her job is one thing on paper, and another thing in secret. He wants to leave his job, but doesn’t know how. When their busy careers come crashing to a halt because of the pandemic, they face a new reality at home. Who gets to be the one to leave a job during uncertain times? And can they rely on their 1…
 
In July of this year, Socialist Appeal was proscribed by the Labour Party NEC. This move is part and parcel of Starmer and the Labour right’s war against the left wing of the party which has been waged ever since he became leader.This decision to expel our supporters from the Labour Party is not a new idea. It is part of a long history by the right…
 
We're joined by anthropologist, travel writer and witty raconteur, Nigel Barley. We talk the life and times of Sir James Brooke, the oddities of empire and his excellent book, White Rajah. We also introduce Nigel to the other great shyster, L Ron Hubbard. Could there be a book in that? Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/ctdeapod. Contact us at ct…
 
Is there such a thing as good and evil? Who decides, and why? Why is there so much suffering and cruelty in our society, and how can we end this? Daniel Morley will discuss all of these questions in the final episode of the series.Want to learn more about philosophy? Pre-order your copy of Alan Woods' upcoming book 'History of Philosophy: A Marxist…
 
Joining us on Countries That Don't Exist Anymore is historian, comedian, presenter and author Iszi Lawrence. We talk suffragettes, historical oddities and the life and times of Dido, Queen of Cathage. Can Iszi beat Phil in our one-on-one Carthage quiz? Yes, probably. Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/ctdeapod. Contact us at ctdeapod@gmail.com or…
 
What is causation? Is the universe determined and predictable? And where does that leave humanity, with its notions of free will and moral responsibility? And how does this affect our role as revolutionaries?Want to learn more about philosophy? Pre-order your copy of Alan Woods' upcoming book 'History of Philosophy: A Marxist Perspective' today: ht…
 
Thought is inherently about generalisation and universals. It takes us beyond the immediacy of the here and now, and links things. This contradiction - between part and whole, individual and type - is at the heart of philosophy’s deepest problems. The need to grasp reality as a complex whole, instead of as atomised, self-contained parts, is likewis…
 
In our final part of our Carthage epic, we meet Hannibal Barca as he runs rings around the Romans before going toe to toe with ultimate nemesis, Scipio - whose earliest claim to fame was that he was never barked at by a dog. But who will win? We also learn how to pay off war indemnities in a super quick time and why juicy fig jealousy can lead to t…
 
If we want to understand how things change, we must understand things as self-moving, rather than seeing all change as a result of external forces. But how does matter move itself? How and why does development take place in nature? Daniel Morley will answer all of these questions in this week's episode of the ABCs of Marxist philosophy.Want to lear…
 
Jorge Martin, editor for In Defence of Marxism, appeared on Rupture Radio talking about the Cuban Revolution, the recent protests that have broken out in the country, the imperialist blockade, and the tasks facing revolutionaries. You can listen to the entire thought-provoking discussion here.This is a reposted episode from the Rupture Radio podcas…
 
Marxist logic is dialectical, not formal. That means its starting point is change and contradiction - all truths become untruths because all that exists will perish. But how do we use logic to understand change? How do things change? Want to learn more about philosophy? Pre-order your copy of Alan Woods' upcoming book 'History of Philosophy: A Marx…
 
Who was the only power that the Romans were really afraid of? Join us for the first of a two parter on the EPIC North African powerhouse - Carthage. We'll find out why Dido didn't go down with her ship, why you shouldn't get a war elephant drunk and why Hamilcar "Flash" Barca was the ultimate PR man. Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/ctdeapod. C…
 
We require a young, idealistic European royal couple to lead transition of Mexico from republic to monarchy. Experience living in Mexico not necessary. Some financing for military support is available. Please note, there is a high chance of violence during the transition as well as a substantial risk of death by firing squad. Please apply to Napolé…
 
Logic is usually seen as a dry, boring discipline suitable only for pedants. This is because it is traditionally seen as having no relation to the real world of objects, and is instead a self-contained system of rules for thought. Marxism completely rejects this formalism and seeks to find the basis for our logic in this real world.Subscribe to the…
 
Join Rob Sewell and Adam Booth to discuss the Labour right's plan to kick Socialist Appeal supporters out of the Labour party, and why the left must organise to fight back against this direct political attack. #FightThePurgeGet involved with Socialist Appeal today!Join - https://www.socialist.net/joinDonate - https://www.socialist.net/donateSubscri…
 
Are humans greedy or selfish? Do we have a soul or an essence? Is there a way that we should live, one more true than how we live now? And how does this relate to the question of knowledge and thought?Subscribe to the newly re-launched In Defence of Marxism theoretical magazine to learn more about the revolutionary ideas of Marxism: https://www.soc…
 
What were those strange lights zipping around Groom Lake at Area 51 through the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond? Millions have been mystified. Chances are most of them were produced by the most advanced aircraft in the world taking off from and landing at Groom Lake on experimental flights. And most of those aircraft were designed and developed by …
 
We sat down with Fin Dwyer of the Irish History Podcast to talk about the Dublin Vikings in the context of Irish history and why you can't get a good pint of Guinness in many of the world's Irish pubs. Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/ctdeapod. Contact us at ctdeapod@gmail.com or at our website: ctdeapod.com. Follow us @CTDEApod on Twitter and …
 
Lee Miller is considered of the top photographers of her time, not to mention one of the first supermodels. But she was also one of the original and restless "free spirits," travelling the world, keeping company with celebrities and the avant garde, mixing and matching numerous lovers, even becoming an award winning chef. Yet it seemed as if she co…
 
The question of idealism versus materialism most frequently expresses itself in the question of knowledge. Do we know anything for certain, and if so, how? And why has this question stubbornly persisted throughout the history of philosophy?Subscribe to the newly re-launched In Defence of Marxism theoretical magazine to learn more about the revoluti…
 
There are many ways to categorise philosophy, but at the most fundamental level, all philosophies are either idealist or materialist. Marxist philosophy is fundamentally materialist, that is to say, it believes the material universe is the only universe, and that mind is a product of it.Subscribe to the newly re-launched In Defence of Marxism theor…
 
When the Vikings set up Dublin as a raiding and trading station, little did anyone expect it to turn into a kingdom that lasted 300 years! Least of all the warring factions of Celtic Ireland. Load up your longboat with axes and craic, it's the Viking Kingdom of Dublin. Deadly! Support us on Patreon at patreon.com/ctdeapod. Contact us at ctdeapod@gm…
 
Our guest Katja Hofem is long term media professional, who has launched various tv-channels and a streaming service in the German market and been responsible for the content, marketing, and brand for them. We talked about female leadership in ancient times and today, and what can be done to improve the situation. Visit: Linkedin: Katja Hofem Facebo…
 
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