Best Csa podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Off-Nominal
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Two friends, two beers, and a casual conversation about space. Landing monthly in your podcast feed.
 
Protecting children by upholding the rights and freedoms of all
 
Gary Scheer, RFC®, CSA is a nationally recognized Financial Educator, Author, Speaker and Retirement Planner whom you may have seen on NBC, CBS, ABC, Pix 11News, News 12 NJ, Annuity123, EzineArticles.com, and Fortune
 
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PDX Food Stories
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Welcome to PDX Food Stories, a bi-weekly podcast for the food nerds, the restaurant geeks, and the farmers markets fanatics. Chefs and producers will share their stories, recipes, and tips for the tastiest experience in Portland.
 
Portland's only radio program where together we discuss proactive aging in the right place, with a choice, connecting to the professional advice of our special guests, while creating better days throughout the aging process. Sponsored by ComForCare In Home Case of West Linn & Portland-South.
 
No political endorsements. No corporate dollars. No hype. No lies.Meet the Press Meets The View? Who knows, but it sounds like a great model to strive for!SHOW LINE-UP …EVERY WEDNESDAY @ 6pm PDT/9pm EDTChallenging the Rhetoric (CTR) – HASHTAGS: #CTR #LOTW Join host, Cheri Roberts, along with unique guests, each week for an engaging analysis of news and current events. CTR is a news commentary show covering timely stories with relevant discussion and listener participation. The CTR host runs ...
 
If you're preparing for your CSA exam, and struggle for time to read books and guidelines, this is for you! Designed and created to listen and learn on the go, this (just under) 5 hour audio exposes you to 100 types of CSA case, presentation and situation - and completely breaks them down. 🗣 "Listened to your CSA audiobook non-stop for 3 months. Helped me pass without a doubt!" 🗣 "CSA tick! Thank you for the brilliant audiobook!" 🗣 "Such a good resource - taking it on holiday to listen to!" ...
 
If you're preparing for your CSA exam, and struggle for time to read books and guidelines, this is for you! Designed and created to listen and learn on the go, this (just under) 5 hour audio exposes you to 100 types of CSA case, presentation and situation - and completely breaks them down. 🗣 "Listened to your CSA audiobook non-stop for 3 months. Helped me pass without a doubt!" 🗣 "CSA tick! Thank you for the brilliant audiobook!" 🗣 "Such a good resource - taking it on holiday to listen to!" ...
 
A podcast with a focus on fashion history
 
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CSA LAW
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Chappell Smith and Arden Podcast Channel
 
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The 21st Show
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Illinois's statewide news talk show. Hosted by Niala Boodhoo and produced by Illinois Public Media.
 
Sharing our small farm stories and skills along our farming, gardening and homesteading journey.Visit the farm for an informative and sometimes irreverent tour through our garden, livestock pastures, chicken coop and greenhouse as we live - pasture to plate. Farming topics free range around pastured heritage pigs, broiler chickens and pastured eggs, heritage breed turkeys, an heirloom vegetable CSA and garden, high tunnel / hoop house / green houses, organic and traditional gardening, farm i ...
 
The organic and sustainable farming movement has its roots in sharing information about production techniques, marketing, and the rewards and challenges of the farming life. Join veteran farmer, consultant, and farm educator Chris Blanchard for down-to-earth conversations with experienced farmers - and the occasional non-farmer - about everything from soil fertility and record-keeping to getting your crops to market without making yourself crazy. Whether his guests are discussing employment ...
 
Roy Eugene Davis was ordained by Paramahansa Yogananda in 1951 and was instructed by him at that time to initiate sincere truth seekers in the philosophy and practice of Kriya Yoga. For more than fifty years Mr. Davis has taught this clear, practical, effective approach to conscious living and soul awakening. This podcast series includes excerpts from Mr. Davis’ lectures during retreats at the Center for Spiritual Awareness headquarters in Lakemont, Georgia. For a free copy of Truth Journal ...
 
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Asian Americana
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A show about slices of distinctly Asian American culture and history.
 
Small Farm in southeast Wisconsin growing vegetables, native fruits, native nuts, flowers, herbs, & domestic fruits. A weekly podcast sharing farm activities, CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) support, prose & verse, interviews, ambient soundscapes, events and more.
 
“We do not see things as they are, we see them as we are,” said Anais Nin, the subject of the film Henry and June, the world’s most prolific diarist and the writer of bestselling erotica, who left behind a legacy that continues to unfold. The Anais Nin Podcast will reveal the unknown aspects of this provocative and fascinating writer’s life and work.
 
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Best of SportsTalk
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The best bits from the world of sport with comment and conversation that is on point and off the cuff, presented by Buhle Madulini.
 
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Agritourism Ideas
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Your Premier Source for Agritourism Information and Education
 
We strive to provide neutral and balanced information about the burgeoning hemp industry nationally and globally. Rick has been to 30 + countries studying hemp across many legal frameworks. Morris brings event promotion to the podcast with customers from all over the world. Together they bring experience, network and entertainment to the educational podcast.
 
The organic and sustainable farming movement has its roots in sharing information about production techniques, marketing, and the rewards and challenges of the farming life. Join veteran farmer, consultant, and farm educator Chris Blanchard for down-to-earth conversations with experienced farmers - and the occasional non-farmer - about everything from soil fertility and record-keeping to getting your crops to market without making yourself crazy. Whether his guests are discussing employment ...
 
Two guys talking about anything and everything. Produced by 8 Beer Sampler Productions
 
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Conexão BL
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O podcast do Bora Leão!
 
Heirloom Meals Radio: Savoring Yesterday's Traditions Today...and Tomorrow. Take a walk down food memory lane with mothers, grandmothers and grandchildren as we discuss treasured family recipes, traditions and memories.
 
A podcast created using https://github.com/vedavaapi/scala-akka-http-server from the archive item: https://archive.org/details/CDAC-tArkShya-shAstra-viShayaka-bhAShaNAni, with description: "CDAC TARKSHYA"-????? ????????????????????? ??? ?????????? http://bhoomi.csa.iisc.ernet.in:8080/ihg/eLearning/web/index.jsp# ????????.
 
Welcome to the Vertical Alliance Group Radio Network! THE place to discuss CSA2010, a new Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration initiative governing motor carriers and CDL drivers.We'll chat it up with industry insiders and others in-the-know about CSA 2010, as well as taking your calls and questions about this new Federal initiative!
 
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The GIM Channel
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Get the big picture of geoscientific information management at the GIM Channel. The GIM Channel podcast, hosted by acQuire, delivers insights on people, process and technology for managing one of the natural resource industry’s greatest business assets – its geoscientific data. Each podcast features interviews and discussions from the experience of mining leaders, technologists, and natural resources industry experts.
 
Two smart asses and a canine secretary discover and explore local art communities through those who define them, the artists. From running an art CSA to the nature of sexuality in art, join the fellas as they interview the artists who make local art scenes what they are! Also comedic talents galore!
 
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Planting Generosity
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Through interviews with individuals living radically generous lives, this podcast aims to encourage others to give and to serve their communities.
 
Quantum Marketing Radio is a monthly podcast on financial services marketing with hosts Jeffrey Thompson (FLMI, AFSI, ACS, ARA, CSA, CAS, LTCP) and Louie Hillman. Each month will bring you new topics and guests(including industry top producers and marketing thought leaders) that delve into the marketing concepts, strategies and issues that can have a dramatic impact on your business.
 
Shepherd Cindy shares the news from the fiber farm with shareholders and friends.
 
A podcast about starting a small livestock ranch from scratch. Hear all about the things we've learned and the mistakes we've made along the way.
 
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Ghost Fawn Podcast
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Building a Homestead from Scratch in Connecticut's Quiet Corner
 
Information in the key of life
 
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Center Lane Show
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Professional talk show about all current events specializing in the trucking industry
 
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It’s been a tough few years for farmers who sell produce through CSAs in part to more competition from big grocery stores and others cashing in the local food market. How are these farmers are adapting and what can policymakers can do to help? Plus, nature vs. nurture is one of the oldest debates there is. But the answer might actually be neith ...…
 
Dana and Joy hit the west coast to go to the 2019 Costume Society of America Annual Meeting and Symposium in Seattle, Washington. Unravel has partnered with CSA for this series. They will be interviewing scholars there and will have opportunities to meet them and chat! Come by and say hello. And stay tuned for CSA episodes.To learn more about t ...…
 
Cricket South Africa’s CEO Thabang Moroe talks about the expenses involved in running franchise cricket and how it affects CSA.
 
Dr James Cantor talks about what causes pedophilia, how it relates to child sexual abuse, how support networks for pedophiles can reduce offending, and what this all has to do with LGBTQ activism. The post Rational approaches to pedophilia and prevention appeared first on Prostasia Foundation.
 
In Part 3 of Parkinson's Awareness month, JJ Flentke of Boomerang Therapy Works shares how they are making a difference for those living with Parkinson's. Exercise is Medicine! They are the first and only wellness center in the Vancouver and Portland Metro Area which is focused on specialized Parkinson's treatments. JJ's energy is contagious, m ...…
 
The world’s largest democracy is holding elections right now. And even though India is thousands of miles away, many Illinoisans are paying close attention. Plus, are you trying to cut back on meat? Well, there’s a growing market for burgers that taste like it, and look like it, but are entirely plant-based. And as you ready your garden for spr ...…
 
Kate Howells of the Planetary Society joins Jake and Anthony to talk all things Canadian space policy. Drinks White - Allagash Brewing Company - Untappd Collective Arts: Dry Hop Passion Fruit & Peach - Collective Arts Brewing - Untappd Diet Mountain Dew Topics Boosters, Breakthroughs and Budgets: Canada and the US Look Toward Space | The Planet ...…
 
In the last 8 years more than 10,000 bills in statehouses across the country were copied and pasted from special interest groups. And it turns out Illinois passed more of these bills into law than any other state. Also, more than 150 people in Illinois have been hit by a fungus that’s resistant to drugs. We’ll hear more on this from the new Ill ...…
 
Zac van Heerden, exercise physiologist, talks about injuries in and around the world of sports
 
Senator Tammy Duckworth just introduced a resolution that would repeal President Trump’s travel ban on five majority-Muslim countries. Today, she joins us from Washington to talk about all of that and more. Plus, when you think performing arts, you might think of Chicago. But for 50 years, the Krannert Center in Urbana has been a thriving place ...…
 
Part 2 in our series on Parkinson Disease. Dr. Deborah Bier, Decoding Dementia, joins us to discuss this movement disorder. Living with Parkinson's can be a challenge, but it is not the end. Connect with the right Neurologist, develop a life plan and live your best life possible. Stay active.
 
Illinois could legalize recreational marijuana this year but there’s already a whole world of edibles that includes chefs, writers, and manufacturers. Plus, writer and comedian Julia Sweeney talks about her role as the mom in the new Hulu series, ‘Shrill.' And, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra has been on strike for five weeks. Plus, a recent stu ...…
 
This week, let's cut through the fog and get you some annuity answers! Are they good, are they bad, who needs an annuity? Listen to find out more!
 
We check in with Rep. Darin LaHood about trade, agriculture, and Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's resignation from the Department of Homeland Security. Plus, it's been about a month since a Boeing 737 Max 8 crashed in Ethiopia—so what's changed for Boeing since then? We'll also learn about the new 'Real ID' driver's license additions that will be r ...…
 
Jasmine gives her grandma a call to learn more about how her great grandmothers interest and work in dress making, sewing and entrepreneurship in Mexico. Joy and Dana will be at Costume Society of America Conference in Seattle. Dana will be presenting. Unravel will be recording in partnership with CSA. Don't be shy and say hello. You can donate ...…
 
One of Illinois’ biggest film festival is back this week! Chaz Ebert joins us to talk about the line-up that moviegoers can expect during this year’s Ebertfest. But first, David McCraw is one of the chief lawyers for the New York Times. And the Central Illinois native has a new book out called 'Truth In Our Times: Inside The Fight For Press Fre ...…
 
Buhle Madulini spoke to Ahmeadyn Claasen about St. Mary's Hockey Tournament
 
St. Elmo Brady was the first African-American to get a Ph.D in Chemistry and he earned it at the University of Illinois, all the way back in 1916. Plus, Ike Holter joins us from the Goodman Theatre to talk about his new play, 'Lottery Day,' set in a fictional, quickly gentrifying Chicago neighborhood. And, Illinois got the sixth most robocalls ...…
 
The month of April is Parkinson awareness month. Steve Toll, ComForCare joins us on today's program explaining this movement disorder, the medications applied and several non-pharmacological methods to treat Parkinson's. Physical activities are very important to living your best life possible
 
Voters across the state of Illinois have chosen their local leaders. We recap yesterday’s results and take a look at voter turnout. Plus, 8 years ago severe flooding hit the South and the Midwest. As our region faces even more of it today, we look at how political pressure affected emergency responses back then. And, Lawrence Schiller took some ...…
 
This tax season is the first under the new federal tax cut. So how can Illinois taxpayers prepare? We have some tips on how to get everything ready to file before April 15. Plus, we hear about the independent film series, Reel Midwest which showcases documentaries, features and shorts from Illinois and our neighbors. And, It’s gotten so bad for ...…
 
In light of Joy's quote in the article "NASA's spacesuit issue is all too familiar for working women" by Cara Kelly we decided to reprise the The Jumpsuit FIF! This the Unravel minisode series “Fashion in Focus” where we tell you the brief history of a garment, accessory, or textile. In this FIF, Jasmine talks about the brief history of the jum ...…
 
Tomorrow is Election Day for many of Illinois’ cities and towns. Voters across the state will choose their local leaders with mayoral and city council races in some of our biggest cities. Including Chicago, Champaign and Springfield. Plus, we’ll revisit our conversation with Brian Wallach. He was diagnosed with ALS a little more than a year ago ...…
 
Fiso: Fiso Mazibuko wraps up the Momentum One Day Cup Final
 
Crann: Joe Crann refelcts on his coverage of the Coupe de la Ligue final in France where South Africans, Lebo Mothiba and Lebo Phiri were on both sides.
 
Charles Moore was a minister in Texas who set himself on fire to protest racism in his community. Today, we’ll hear about a new film exploring how his death affected his town. Plus, the UIC women’s gymnastics team won a conference championship but their program is still getting cut. In this March Madness season we discuss how colleges prioritiz ...…
 
Activities of Daily Living (ADL's) will keep people alive. However, it is Meaningful Activities that create a life that's worth living. Steve Toll of ComForCare Home Care joins us on the show today to discuss that the real passion in our lives comes from Meaningful Activities. Research supports promoting activities in to the daily routine of th ...…
 
What would doing business with cannabis look like in Illinois? We'll talk with State Treasurer Michael Frerichs and the Mayor of Delevan, which is already home to a medical marijuana facility. Plus, the controversy over a proposed immigration facility in Dwight is not over yet. A group of Democratic House members want to ban private immigration ...…
 
Lawyers representing victims of sexual abuse by Catholic clergy have released a public list of accused clergy in Illinois. We hear from one of those attorneys and the archdiocese of Chicago. Plus, ‘crime-free’ housing rules are meant to reduce crime in rental properties, but landlords, tenants, and police are divided over whether these rules ar ...…
 
Dana, Jasmine and Joy come together to talk about fashion waste. Joy shares her theories about how the fashion industry acknowledged its waste problem. They call out brands for "greenwashing" and propose possible solutions for consumers, designers, and brands. Image credit: Vetements displays old clothing at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York to bri ...…
 
Hear how Callie Blackwell broke the law to save her son’s life. This is an amazing story of a mother’s bravery and the incredible healing power of cannabis. “Often in medicine, they use a sledgehammer to crack a walnut.” - Callie Blackwell Learn more about this episode of Let's Talk Hemp at www.letstalkhemp.com/23. Got questions for future epis ...…
 
About 2,400 Illinoisans are on electronic monitoring as a condition of their release from prison. But some people say these ankle monitors actually make it harder to re-enter society. And, we’ll learn about the world’s fastest supercomputer. It’s going to be built at Argonne National Labs with help from the Department of Energy. Plus, a new pla ...…
 
Former Bafana Bafana player Mark Fish says it’s dangerous for Bafana to park the bus. He has called for the team to get the job done.
 
Former Bafana Bafana captain Aaron Mokoena says although it’s tough to lose Itumeleng Khune due to an injury in the Afcon qualifier game against Libya, Bafana is all about teamwork.
 
Former Banyana Banyana captain Amanda Dlamini has reflected on the winning 1996 Bafana Bafana squad saying the game was so intense that her mother ended up burning the food while watching the game.
 
Alex Kotlowitz has been writing about violence in Chicago for decades - in film, in print, and for This American Life. His latest book is called “An American Summer: Love And Death In Chicago,” and it follows people for whom gun violence has become a part of daily life. Plus, Oregon may have America’s last Blockbuster store, but there are still ...…
 
Dementia care is never easy. However, a highly trained caregiver can help create better days for those living with dementia. Kate Bodin, DementiaWise Coordinator, and Caregiver Kayla McGranahan of ComForCare Home Care of West Linn share how they are training caregivers to create better days for their clients. Making a difference and helping peo ...…
 
On The 21st: Why are so many high school grads here in Illinois leaving the state for college? Plus, with farm income down and more farmers filing for bankruptcy, comparisons are being drawn to the crisis of the 1980s. But economists are hesitant to call it that. And, recovery efforts continue across the Midwest after massive flooding forced th ...…
 
On The 21st: Why is using the word 'crisis' detrimental when we're talking about Illinois' pension situation? Plus, Terry Allen has been in an Illinois prison for 36 years, even though he was never sentenced for the crime that got him there in the first place. And, we'll talk about how difficult it can be for those with student debt to become h ...…
 
Dana, Jasmine and Joy come together to talk about fashion waste. What is fashion waste? How long has been happening? What is the impact on our environment? In this episode they define fashion waste, trace a timeline and reveal current statistics.Sources:https://graziadaily.co.uk/fashion/news/redress-fashion-ngo-sustainability/https://www.thecut ...…
 
On The 21st: Last year, 54 journalists were killed while doing their job. And hundreds more are in jail. We'll speak with Joel Simon who's the Executive Director of the Committee to Protect Journalists. And, we'll bring you the latest in Illinois politics.
 
Stuart Baxter is optimistic that Bafana Bafana will have what it takes to get to a point from Libya when the two teams clash in the last round of group stage matches of the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifiers.
 
On The 21st: Who gets to talk about history, especially when that history is brutal and hard to talk about in the first place? That’s the subject of a new play from Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theater. Plus, after years of criticism, Illinois has scraped the controversial PARCC standardized test in schools. But will the new one be different enough to ...…
 
"The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned"...Families and those living with dementia have the need to feel safe. A feeling of safety often begins with Caregivers. Steve Toll of ComForCare shares some very important principles on creating a safe environment for those living with dementia.…
 
Here is the FULL EPISODE! Dana, Jasmine, and Joy come together to give their read on the fall 2019 fashion weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris. They share their overall thoughts, musings, their favorite and least favorite runway shows.Learn more: Website: www.unravelpodcast.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/unravelpodcastPayPal: www.paypal.me/ ...…
 
Tim Dodd, the Everyday Astronaut, joins Jake and Anthony to talk about DM-1, the future of the ISS, Shuttle and Starship aborts, and imagine what Boeing livestreams will look like. Meetup! March 17 in Houston! Off-Nominal Events Drinks Home | The Macallan Single Malt Evan Williams Bourbon | Home Space Goat - Phillips Brewing Company - Untappd H ...…
 
Death and taxes are the only 2 guarantees in life so it's important to plan for both to help ensure a secure retirement for you and your spouse.
 
Dana, Jasmine, and Joy come together to give their read on the fall 2019 fashion weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris. They share their overall thoughts, musings, their favorite and least favorite runway shows. Image: Tomo Koizumi, Fall/Winter 2019.Learn more: Website: www.unravelpodcast.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/unravelpodcastPayPal: w ...…
 
Claudia Kishi is an Asian American literary icon that went beyond being a fun, artistic, and stylish character. She became an inspiration and point of connection for a ton of young Asian Americans. We explore her influence on a generation of Asian American readers. Yumi Sakugawa’s comic essay and zine, “Claudia Kishi: My Asian-American Female R ...…
 
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