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What's going on, Internet!? Prepare for some of the most insane rambling about everything from life, to sex, to what passes for 21st-century Internet culture. Your aural canals are ours, and we're filling them with nonsense -- courtesy of hosts Brian Altano, Scott Bromley, Ryan Scott, Max Scoville, and Kristin Van De Yar. BRAAAP BRAAAP! New episode every Friday afternoon!
 
Weekly Sermon Podcasts from Bromley Town Church. We are a community of all kinds of people, passionate about loving God, serving Bromley and making a difference. A church where you can encounter the love of Jesus and come to know him personally. We hope you enjoy the teaching each week.
 
I'm DJ Sash K, 36 yrs, New Delhi, India. I'm Doing Djing Since 2002 Onwards. I've recently learned production from Point Blank, London as well. I've 18 international releases till now. My releases are available in more than 200 countries and 300 plus online stores worldwide. I was also doing a 2 hours show for The Music Galaxy Radio, South London, United Kingdom every monday night. After doing my Debut for The Music Galaxy Radio on Jan 12, 2018 they have finalised me for Every Monday 2 Hours ...
 
Expanding consciousness with our unique binaural beat technology for over 50 years. Join us for conversations on meditation, out-of-body experience ("OBE"), near death experience ("NDE"), remote viewing ("RV"), other psychic phenomena and general topics that will cause you to question the underlying nature of reality.
 
Refreshing Chats with Commercial Lawyers is a brand-new podcast series from legal recruitment specialists Realm Recruit. Each week, director Duane and commercial law recruitment specialist Rebecca will be joined by a different commercial lawyer to learn more about their path into the legal progression, their jobs day-to-day, their career successes and much more.
 
Being a great UX designer begins and ends with being a great human. Ever since I can remember, I’ve been fascinated by superheroes. Early on, it was their amazing superpowers that drew me in. As I grew older, it was the realization of a very tangible connection between us and them. Superheroes typically possess a strong moral code, including a willingness to risk one’s own safety in the service of good without expectation of reward. Even though they still fall and fail often, they always get ...
 
BODY COUNTS AND BEER is a weekly podcast in which comedians Mark Rosenthal, Patrick Bromley and Jonathan Rooney Taylor watch action movies, drink beer and discuss. Along the way they will celebrate the best kills, the worst war crimes and, of course, the highest of body counts. Please subscribe on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher Radio, Blubrry, Podcast Addict and we're sure some other places where high end podcasts are streamed. Like us on Facebook at: facebook.com/bodycountsandbee ...
 
Many young people are incredibly creative and wanted to pursue design as a career. This Podcast is dedicated to them so that they can learn, implement, and grow. We believe in sharing knowledge and making design education accessible. Design a six-letter word that symbolizes an art that can capture and captivate you yet render you speechless with a buzz of questions. Here, we present a design podcast for newbies and professionals alike. We talk about communities, problems, journeys, and expos ...
 
Following a 20-year career in communications, like so many friends, peers and ex-colleagues I found myself working from home 100% of the time. In this series I hear from a range of interesting and diverse voices about their response to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, their health and wellbeing, creativity in adverse times, and our shared hopes for the future.
 
Amateur Hour explores the weird and wonderful world of amateur dramatics - the highs and lows, and everything in between. We'll be speaking to people from all across the country, from groups of all shapes and sizes, finding out what makes them tick, and why we put so much time and effort into entertaining the public. We want this podcast to bring together the amdram community, no matter how expensive your tickets are, how flashy your sets look, and how good your interval refreshments are. No ...
 
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In Canada, the struggle between major telecom companies and smaller internet providers continues to escalate. We find out what a recent CRTC ruling means for you and your internet choices. An artist in Labrador West memorializes residential school survivors. We hear from Chantal Rich-Joncas. We also read a message sent in from Shirley Flowers. The …
 
What does professional big wave surfing and teaching have in common? Turns out there are lessons to be learnt from chasing the storms out on the ocean. Matt Bromley is a professional Big Wave Surfer who chases storms for a living, surfing some of the largest big waves on the planet. Matt is an eight etmes cover boy of various local and internationa…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Kate Bromley, author of Talk Bookish to Me. Inspiration can come from the most unlikely—and inconvenient—sources. Kara Sullivan’s life is full of love—albeit fictional. As a bestselling romance novelist and influential Bookstagrammer, she’s fine with getting her happily-ever-after fix between the covers of a book. …
 
Salmon poaching charges against a high profile surgeon from Corner Brook are dropped after a problem with identification witnesses. Here & Now's Anthony Germain joins us to talk about the trial of Dr. Justin French. An arctic air defence exercise named Amalgam Dart is being conducted by NORAD at 5 Wing Goose Bay. We speak with Lieutenant-Colonel Gu…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Kelly Rimmer, author of The Warsaw Orphan. Instant New York Times bestseller! Inspired by the real-life heroine who saved thousands of Jewish children during WWII, The Warsaw Orphan is Kelly Rimmer’s most anticipated novel since her bestselling sensation, The Things We Cannot Say. “Heart-stopping.” – Lisa Wingate, …
 
Many material costs have skyrocketed for automakers recently. Paul Karchut takes a look at how that could affect prices on this week's Karchut on Cars. Could the volunteer based model of The Gathering Place work in Happy Valley-Goose Bay? We speak to Executive Direction Paul Davis about how the community shelter works in St. John's. Three schools i…
 
Taylor Adams returns to the show today to talk about his new book Hairpin Bridge. From the author of the “full-throttle thriller” (A. J. Finn) No Exit—a riveting new psychological page-turner featuring a fierce and unforgettable heroine. Three months ago, Lena Nguyen’s estranged twin sister, Cambry, drove to a remote bridge seventy miles outside of…
 
The health of salmon stocks in our part of the world depends heavily on controlling commercial fishing in Greenland. We find out what conservation negotiators have come up with for this fishing season by speaking to Neville Crabbe of the Atlantic Salmon Federation. The Mokami Status of Women Council has responded to the Town of Happy Valley-Goose B…
 
Finding a job as a teacher is becoming increasingly difficult and we’ve found that employers are looking for more than just the basic job competency when they hire candidates. In all our recent episodes we asked our guests what it is that they deem to be the traits that make certain candidates stand out from the rest. In this episode we compiled th…
 
Artwork by Eli Jorgensen Josh Mauldin shows us how resolving conflict not only makes us better humans, but better designers. He challenges us to approach conflict with a growth mindset and the question, “What can I learn from this?” to help us become less anti-conflict and more pro-resolution. He articulates the difference between healthy and […] T…
 
Josh Mauldin shows us how resolving conflict not only makes us better humans, but better designers. He challenges us to approach conflict with a growth mindset and the question, "What can I learn from this?" to help us become less anti-conflict and more pro-resolution. He articulates the difference between healthy and unhealthy conflict and teaches…
 
Despite a delay, Vale celebrated a milestone at the Voisey's Bay Expansion Project last week. We speak with Joao Zanon from Vale about it. A new collective in the province is working to provide supports and resources to BIPOC creators in the province. We speak with Rachel Gilbert from the BIPOC Creator's Collective. We hear from three young Stephen…
 
R. Michael Hendrix is a design leader and musician currently; he is a Partner and Global Director of Design at IDEO and an Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. As a graphic designer, he has received more than 50 awards from major U.S. design associations and publications. He is also a keynote speaker on various occasions and a regular g…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Jesse Thistle, author of From the Ashes: My Story of Being Indigenous, Homeless, and Finding My Way. This #1 internationally bestselling and award-winning memoir about overcoming trauma, prejudice, and addiction by a Métis-Cree author as he struggles to find a way back to himself and his Indigenous culture is “an i…
 
Yesterday the province announced an inquiry into the treatment, experiences, and outcomes of Innu in the Child Protection System. We hear from Premier Andrew Furey, Innu Nation Grand Chief Etienne Rich, Innu Nation Deputy Grand Chief Mary Ann Nui, and Chief Commissioner of the Inquiry Jim Igloliorte from the press conference yesterday announcing th…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Don Bentley, author of Tom Clancy Target Acquired (A Jack Ryan Jr. Novel Book 8). Jack Ryan, Jr., will do anything for a friend, but this favor will be paid for in blood in the latest electric entry in the #1 New York Times bestselling series. Jack Ryan, Jr. would do anything for Ding Chavez. That’s why Jack is cur…
 
A reel of French language films is screening in Labrador City tonight. We hear from Sara Tenturier, director of Labrador's Francophone Association, about how events like this keep the language alive here. Earlier this week, students and activists toppled a statue of Egerton Ryerson, the architect of residential schools. We speak with museum anthrop…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Jill Shalvis, author of Love for Beginners. What would you change if you had to start your life—and love life—over again? When Emma Harris wakes up from a coma she learns that her fiancé and her BFF have fallen in love, she’s lost her job, and the life she knew is gone. Overwhelmed but grateful to be alive she star…
 
In the final episode of this series of ‘Refreshing Chats with Commercial Lawyers’, Rebecca and Duane spoke to Nik White, Managing Partner of Brabners. In their chat, they spoke to Nik about his route into the profession, how he and the team at Brabners are working to create a more inclusive culture and the importance of learning from failure. About…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Ava Reid, author of The Wolf and the Woodsman. In the vein of Naomi Novik’s New York Times bestseller Spinning Silver and Katherine Arden’s national bestseller The Bear and the Nightingale, this unforgettable debut— inspired by Hungarian history and Jewish mythology—follows a young pagan woman with hidden powers an…
 
We discuss the disproportionate number of Labrador's Indigenous kids in care, and what it means to one father after the grave discovery at Kamloops Residential School. The CBC's Malone Mullin joins us with that story. We hear from Deputy Grand Chief of Innu Nation Mary Ann Nui about the work this province and country must do to make reconciliation …
 
We speak with Labrador City councillor Nick McGrath about the amount of dust they're seeing from the mines this year. We hear from former chief of the Assembly of First Nations Phil Fontaine about the discovery of the remains of 215 indigenous children at the Kamloops Residential School. We hear from Cathy Ford, Nunatsiavut's project manager for Na…
 
Craig Black is a Scottish artist and independent designer specialising in typography and lettering. He currently runs his own art and design studio in Greenock, Scotland. Craig’s work has been celebrated and exhibited worldwide: from London, New York, Sydney and Dubai. He is also known across the public speaking circuit for sharing his inspirationa…
 
How does knowing your language help you understand your culture? We hear from Kanani Davis of the Innu Education School Board about how Innu-aimun programs in Natuashish and Sheshatshiu are helping keep the language alive. An Indigenous coalition is charting a course for more police oversight in this province. We hear from Catherine Fagan of First …
 
We hear NunatuKavut President Todd Russell's thoughts about the discovery of human remains at the site of the former residential school in Kamloops. We also hear a statement that the former chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Murray Sinclair, released to survivors and the general public. We are also joined by Catherine Davis, an Indig…
 
As we prepare for this time of sabbatical, we will be facing change, and God encourages us in the Bible.It says in Isaiah 41:10 ... Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. Don’t be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand.By Bromley Town Church
 
In Episode 9, Rebecca and Duane had a chat with Nick Clarke, Head of Dispute Resolution and Insolvency at Aaron & Partners. Nick told us about how he got into the law, his back-up plan of becoming a butcher and playing an ugly sister in a production of the pantomime Cinderella. About Nick Clarke Nick is a Senior Partner and heads up the Dispute Res…
 
There's a whole new generation of jugglers in Labrador. We drop by the Wonderbolt circus camp that happened in Happy Valley-Goose Bay over the weekend. A Port Hope Simpson woman has turned the outside of her cabin into the Labrador flag. We hear from Thelma Sampson about that. Newly appointed Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Justice Stacy Ry…
 
Today’s author interview guest is Marianne Cronin, author of The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot. “A beautiful debut, funny, tender, and animated by a willingness to confront life’s obstacles and find a way to survive. . . . It celebrates friendship, finds meaning in difficulty and lets the reader explore dark places while always allowing for…
 
The Annual General Meeting for Them Days is tonight. We get an update from editor Aimee Chaulk and hear about their upcoming summer plans. We ask a tax expert how the new provincial budget will affect your bottom line. Greg London of BDO Canada joins us. A group in this province wants people to be more open to psychedelic drugs to treat mental heal…
 
The Miawpukek First Nation is hoping to turn the tides and bring salmon stocks back to their former glory in Conne River. We speak with Chief Misel Joe about their Salmon Enhancement Project. How can the cancer pre-diagnosis journey be improved for Labrador's indigenous population? We hear from Jennifer Shea and Kathy Michelin about a research proj…
 
Nancy Kumar is a design practitioner with a decade of experience in experience design and design strategy. Currently, she is a strategic design manager at Airbus and previously leads teams in Boeing and Honeywell Aerospace. Nancy believes, "Every design has a problem to solve and a purpose to meet, but a good design has the capacity to change and i…
 
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