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Hi! Welcome to The Psychology Podcast hosted by me, Daniel Karim. In the Psychology Podcasts, I interview extraordinary people and pick their brains. I portray people who have an inspiring story to share that will help you to live a rich life yourself. The main focus of my interest is the psychology of a*s kicking. The goal is it to investigate and deconstruct happiness and success and explore what it takes to evolve as a person. This includes their favorite books, morning routines, exercise ...
 
Hosted by Rachel Humphreys, Nosheen Iqbal and Michael Safi, Today in Focus brings you closer to Guardian journalism. Combining personal storytelling with insightful analysis, this podcast takes you behind the headlines for a deeper understanding of the news, every weekday
 
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The 24th episode of the Psychology Podcast with Daniel Karim features Marcus Kowal, fighter, entrepreneur, activist, and author.Marcus is a decorated MMA fighter, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitor, kickboxing black belt, and a second-degree Krav Maga black belt. He is also an author, accomplished business owner, entrepreneur, trainer, life coach, and …
 
Director General for U.S. Affairs at the Cuban Foreign Ministry Carlos Fernández de Cossío denies reports of arbitrary detentions after mass protests in his country and instead cast blame on America's "campaign of misinformation." Then James Thornton, CEO of ClientEarth, tells Christiane Amanpour about his work to defend the natural world in the co…
 
The successful campaign to keep the Great Barrier Reef off Unesco’s ‘in danger’ list has been greeted with dismay – and gloom about the reef’s chance of recovery. Graham Readfearn explains the fierce global effort to deny the impact of the climate crisis on a prized natural asset. This episode includes explicit language. Help support our independen…
 
As the first hearing of the special House committee's investigation into the January 6 insurrection gets underway, former Chairman of the 9/11 Commission Thomas Kean joins Christiane Amanpour to react. After Tunisian President Kais Saied sacked the Prime Minister and suspended parliament but continues to deny staging a coup, Amnesty International's…
 
As the pandemic continues, The World Health Organization's Africa director Dr. Matshidiso Moeti and epidemiologist Jeremy Farrar join Christiane Amanpour to discuss vaccine inequity and the latest Covid-19 challenges. Then Robin Rue Simmons, former Alderman from Evanston, and theologian Robert Beckford talk reparations in the United States and how …
 
When journalist Mary Ann Sieghart set out to document the ways that women are held back by a cultural presumption of their inferiority, she found reams of data to support her case – and heard stories of how it affects even the most successful women in the world. She explains why the authority gap persists, and asks what we can do about it. Help sup…
 
An Olympic opening ceremony like you've never seen before. No fans and athletes marching in masks around a mostly empty stadium. We speak to CNN's Selina Wang for the latest on the ground from Tokyo. Also joining the Olympic conversation is two-time U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist Briana Scurry. In the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, women count for almost half of…
 
Will the United States ever get it together? That’s what President Biden says he is often asked by other world leaders. Bianna Golodryga, standing in for Christiane Amanpour speaks with historian and staff writer for The Atlantic, Anne Applebaum, and Richard Ben-Veniste, who was a member of the Bipartisan nine-eleven commission on just what this al…
 
U.S. climate envoy John Kerry joins Christiane Amanpour to react to Jeff Bezos's idea to export pollutants out of this world to keep Earth "this gem of a planet." Scientist and author Katharine Wilkinson also weighs in saying that that to cut through all the politics around climate change, we need to address hearts and minds." Then CNN's Larry Mado…
 
After a week of stories about the abuse of private spyware by governments around the world, Michael Safi rounds off our mini-series by looking at the global impact of the Pegasus project and what could change as a result. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocusBy The Guardian
 
After the U.S. announced plans to withdraw, Taliban fighters seized large swathes of territory. Spokesman Suhail Shaheen joins Christiane Amanpour to explain the Taliban's thinking. Nader Nadery also weighs in, a senior member of the Afghan peace negotiation team, who says the Taliban is intimidating communities and that a ceasefire is needed now. …
 
“The job of the mind is to create coherence between our belief and our reality.” Today I am joined by Bruce H. Lipton, PhD, who you may know as an internationally acclaimed leader in bridging science and spirit, a stem cell biologist and a bestselling author of The Biology of Belief. Recipient of the 2009 Goi Peace Award, Dr. Bruce Lipton has been …
 
As virtually all coronavirus rules are lifted in England, London's Mayor Sadiq Khan joins Christiane Amanpour to explain that he does support the easing of restrictions but urges people to get vaccinated, saying "the virus is still with us". Then the Director-general of Israel's Health Ministry Nachman Ash discusses his country's fight against Covi…
 
German international relations expert Constanze Stelzenmüller joins Bianna Golodryga to reflect on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s tenure. She says we'll miss Merkel's stability, but there was a 'dark underside' to her leadership. Then Dr Marc Boom, President & CEO of Houston Methodist hospital, discusses the urgent need to get Americans vaccinat…
 
Gina McCarthy, White House National Climate Adviser, joins Bianna Golodryga to discuss the EU's new bold climate plan, the heatwave sweeping across America and why she believes climate change is not a partisan issue. Continuing our conversation about the climate crisis, Friederike Otto, Associate Director of the Environmental Change Institute at th…
 
Afghan peace negotiator Fatima Gailani and former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan Crocker speak with Bianna Golodryga about Taliban advances and U.S. withdrawal in Afghanistan. Then U.S. Special Envoy to Iran Robert Malley discusses the obstacles to re-entering the Iran nuclear deal. He explains that Iran has not yet made irreversible nuclear a…
 
Fmr. Mexico FM Jorge Castañeda and Correspondent Patrick Oppmann join Bianna Golodryga to discuss what's driving the biggest protests in Cuba since the 1959 revolution. Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó defends the country's new law that bans information which "promotes" homosexuality and gender change being used in schools. The government…
 
Correspondent Matt Rivers and Politics Professor Robert Fatton join Bianna Golodryga to discuss the fallout from the shocking assassination of Haiti's President and the root of their political crisis. Former U.S. Acting Surgeon General Boris Lushniak calls this an 'OMG moment' as the world still deals with 'messed up communication' around covid. Th…
 
Half a century ago, Barry Kennedy was taken from his family and forced into an abusive system that sought to obliterate his Indigenous heritage. Now, after the discovery of more than 1,000 bodies in unmarked graves at schools including his own, he reflects on the traditions that were erased, the friends he lost – and Canada’s new reckoning with tha…
 
After decades of disappointment, Gareth Southgate’s England team stand on the brink of making their first major final since 1966 – and from taking the knee to helping hungry children, they’ve got much more than football on their plate. Max Rushden explores what it would mean if the nice guys could finish first at last. Help support our independent …
 
A legal arrangement set up in the wake of a mental health crisis has left Britney Spears with little control of her personal or professional affairs. Laura Snapes and Sam Levin describe how she’s challenging the situation in court. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocusBy The Guardian
 
Despite Taliban gains on the ground, leading Afghan official Abdullah Abdullah explains to Bianna Golodryga, standing in for Christiane Amanpour, that the ousting of the democratically elected government in Kabul will not happen. Then Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of U.N. Women, talks about the disproportionate impact the pandemic has …
 
From a leadership fiasco to the ‘sausage wars’, the Democratic Unionist party’s stance on Brexit has forced it to contend with a new – perhaps even existential – set of problems. What will they mean for the region’s future?. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocusBy The Guardian
 
Economist Susan Lund says it was easier to shut down the economy in 2020 than to restart it in 2021. She joins Bianna Golodryga, standing in for Christiane Amanpour, to discuss the bumpy road ahead as the economy reboots. Then Samantha Stark, director of "Framing Britney Spears," reflects on the popstar's statement to court today regarding the cons…
 
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss President Joe Biden's plans amid Taliban's wins in Afghanistan as well as tensions with China and Iran. She says the U.S. is not withdrawing from Afghanistan. Then award-winning rapper and best-selling “Natives” author Akala discusses turning his hand to fiction, comb…
 
Russian Ambassador to the UK Andrei Kelin joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss opposition leader Alexey Navalny and Moscow's relations with the west following the Biden-Putin summit. Turning to America, former City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and broadcaster Brian Lehrer dissect the forces at play in the 2021 New York City election. Then our Wa…
 
New York Times Correspondent David Sanger and European Council on Foreign Relations Deputy Fellow Ellie Geranmayeh join Christiane Amanpour to discuss the implications of Iran's new president-elect Ebrahim Raisi and his hardline politics. Art curator Antwaun Sargent talks about "Social Works," his first exhibition for the Gagosian gallery in New Yo…
 
Andy Slavitt, former White House Senior Adviser for Covid and author of "Preventable", joins Bianna Golodryga, standing in for Christiane Amanpour, to talk about the Delta variant, vaccinations and Obamacare. Elie Honig, author of the Bill Barr biography "Hatchet Man," breaks down the attempts to undermine the Justice Department during the Trump ad…
 
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