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Nytti-podden

Emma Bergsten & Daniel Lindkvist - Nytti.se

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En podcast om de goda nyheterna från en spännande region, Falun-Borlänge | Med Emma Bergsten & Daniel Lindkvist | www.nytti.se
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The Beauty School Dropouts Podcast

Fran Robertson, Kate McAulay, Nicole Halliday, Sarah Bauer, Emma Keightly

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There's something quite magical about people in the hair and makeup business - No matter how introverted our clients are, whether they're regular customers or complete strangers, as soon as they sit down in that chair and we ask how they're doing, they open up completely. By the time their hair and makeup is done we're well on our way to solving all the world's problems, ready to pick it up again at their next appointment! The Beauty School Dropouts squad gets a lot of really lovely feedback ...
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Unwind on sleepless nights to a wholesome mix of parenting, humour, and crafting. A topical podcast hand crafted by parents. A fun, honest and unscripted conversation between Emma and Elliot on non-judgemental parenting and millennial-based topics. Sit with us in the blanket fort as we unwind while we chat about parenting life. We’re not here to provide answers but share our experiences and explore how parenting has changed.
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Featuring stories of new scientific research on human flourishing that translate these basic discoveries into practical tools. Bringing a mix of curiosity, compassion, and creativity that will appeal to all ages, journalist Richard Sergay and acclaimed writer/producer Tavia Gilbert shine a spotlight on the human impact at the heart of a cutting-edge social and scientific research project. This project was made possible through the generous support of a grant from Templeton World Charity Foun ...
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In a near-future Tokyo, a Japanese investigator and US peacekeeper reluctantly join forces to solve a series of bizarre murders. Season 2 out now! It's 2033 and Tokyo, partially occupied by China, is in a state of fear, distrust, and drone-enforced surveillance. When Detective Miyako Koreda is paired with Lieutenant Emma Higashi of the US Peacekeeping force, Miyako is annoyed by the obviously American-backed PR stunt. But as the city is ailed by a rise in gruesome crimes, Miyako and her new ...
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In our last episode, we spent time with the extraordinary Dr. Jane Goodall, primatologist, writer, speaker, and conservationist. Dr. Goodall previewed today's episode, featuring the three recipients of the Wildlife Intelligence Project, a $2.7 million joint initiative between National Geographic Society and Templeton World Charity Foundation design…
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In today’s episode, we hear from leader and luminary Dr. Jane Goodall, who has, for decades, made significant contributions to not only the scientific world, but to, arguably, the entire planet. When 26-year-old, British-born Jane Goodall began field studies of primates in Tanzania in July 1960, she was the first researcher to observe chimpanzees i…
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FINAL EPISODE OF THE SEASON!!!!! We've come to the end of another road. Our 6th season goes out with a bang! In this episode, your favourite trio of social workers talk about how Introducing Difference can help to create change. This episode is full of fun, laughter, intrigue and hopefully some helpful knowledge for you. Thank you for your support …
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Today we bring you a follow-up story about revolutionary education in Northern Ireland, this time exploring the impact of teaching young children to not just tolerate difference and diversity, but to seek it out, embrace it, and celebrate it. Our episode explores the history and legacy of Lough View Integrated Primary and Nursery School, a school f…
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In this episode, your favourite trio of social workers are joined by the brilliant Emma Slade Edmondson. Emma is the co-author of a brand new book 'The Half Of It'. Emma is a London-base creative strategist, journalist and recent TEDx speaker - she specialises in social change and sustainability. In her debut book, along with co-author Nicole Ocran…
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Today we're back for another exploration of the magnificence and mystery of the universe — talking with three researchers who share not only a passion, but a respect for the species in their decidedly non-human, wildly intelligent subjects of research. First we meet Dr. Paco Calvo, a renowned cognitive scientist and professor of philosophy of scien…
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This episode is an absolute banger! Your favourite trio of social workers were join by the brilliant Luke Billingham. Luke is a Youth and Community worker, Research Associate and Author and joined the Social Matters Podcast to discuss his work and perspective on youth violence. In a society where many people hold a narrow understanding of youth vio…
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In today's episode, we meet Dr. Frans de Waal, Emory University and Utrecht University primatologist Dr. Frans de Waal, a trailblazer in the science of animal cognition, and Dr. Michael Levin, distinguished professor of biology at Tufts University and associate faculty member at Harvard's Wyss Institute. Both researchers’ work roots them deeply in …
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Your favourite trio of social workers are back for their 14th instalment of the season! In this episode, we explore what is meant by Organisational Trauma. What does this mean? How does trauma show up in your organisation? How can organisations respond to the experience of trauma? Tune in to listen to this informative conversation. if you enjoy thi…
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In this bonus episode, Emma and Elliot chat about the crafts they've done during series 2 and about the creative activities they do with their 2-year-old daughter. Are you a creative parent, do you enjoy arts or crafts? What activities do you do with your baby or toddler? Do you have any suggestions for future crafts you'd like to see on 'Don't wak…
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Any sentient, soulful being paying attention to the way humans are treating other humans has been feeling these hard times. But sometimes, amidst all this darkness, humor can offer a little bit of hope. Today we're back with a friend of the podcast, Dr. Erica Cartmill. You might remember her from past episodes as a leader in the science of diverse …
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The clocks just went forward by an hour, the days are longer and brighter so we thought it will be a good moment to look back at some of our favourite 'check-ins' over the past 6 years. From our very first episode where we bumbled our way through explaining the podcast, to some episodes that left us in fits of laughter and tears. If you are looking…
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Artificial intelligence is proliferating and entering new industries every day. And while it’s been used in healthcare for 50 years, researchers continue to look for new ways to use it to improve care. Today, we’re back in conversation with a team of researchers, including a philosopher, a neuroscientist, and a computer scientist. This trio might b…
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In this episode your favourite trio have a conversation International Women's Day and Women's History Month. From celebrating the contributions of women to exploring some of the interpersonal, structural and systemic challenges that women face in society today. What does International Women's Day mean to you? Tune in to listen to this reflective co…
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More baby and toddler stories and experiences - Join us in the editing room of the PodCraft for a bonus, mega-episode, full of all the bits and bobs that got cut out during series two. Plus interesting tangents and conversation from Emma, Elliot and some of our special guests that we couldn't fit into the main episodes. And all the silly humour and…
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In the dozens of episodes we’ve shared with you over the last four years, you’ve heard stories of experts examining the science behind everything from bees to whales, video games to dance, education systems to communication networks. Today, we're zooming out further, speaking with researchers who are exploring ways to improve how we do science and …
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THIS IS A MUST LISTEN EPISODE! We were extremely lucky to be joined by the brilliant Amani Simpson for this informative, moving and powerful episode. Amani Simpson is an award winning social entrepreneur, film maker, campaigner and youth coach. He is the producer and the protagonist of the acclaimed short film Amani which has now been watched over …
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How to be more eco-friendly when you have babies or toddlers? This is the one where Emma chats with special guest Fran (eco enthusiast and mum of three) about sustainability and trying to be environmentally conscious as a parent. With lots of great tips for reducing our carbon footprint, but also an encouragement not to feel guilty - you're probabl…
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This week we're bringing back one of our favorite ever episodes. Today, we hear a fascinating and inspiring conversation having to do with the flourishing of young South Africans. Today’s episode features Richard’s conversation with Nina Callaghan, former Associate Director and current South African Chair of Children’s Radio Foundation. In a post-a…
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This was a fun one! In this episode, we were joined by a 'Badass' CEO, Executive Coach and friend of the podcast Hasan Khair. Hasan shares his wealth of knowledge on what Inclusive Leadership means to him. What does it take to be an Inclusive Leader? How can you create an environment where people can be their authentic selves? What are some of the …
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Emma's experience of being induced, labour, and having an emergency cesarean. This is the one where Emma and Elliot finally chat about the birth story of their firstborn - their naive assumptions, frustrations with the NHS, the dad-to-be perspective, and how they found giving birth during a pandemic. This is a special extended episode that's longer…
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Toilet Training at six months? Out of nappies by one? This is the one where Emma and Elliot chat about their journey and the challenges with Elimination Communication - how it differs from potty training toddlers and their encouragement to give it a go at any age! This isn't to show off, but to share a different parenting experience. We'd love to h…
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War and conflict is raging across the globe. From Europe and the Middle East to Africa and the Americas, divisions between and within nations are leaving civilians dead and displaced. Northern Ireland has seen its fair share of violence and bloodshed since its founding in 1921. Although the Good Friday peace agreement was signed more than 25 years …
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In this episode your favourite trio have a conversation about the notion of Professionalism. What does it mean to be Professional? What are the benefits and constraints of Professionalism and how does our relationship with Professionalism impact how we are in the workplace? Tune in to listen to this insightful and reflective conversation. If you en…
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What geeky interests have you introduced to your children? Films, TV shows, books, video games, board games, theatre or musicals? This is the one where Emma and Elliot chat about Star Wars, Harry Potter, Anime, Pixar, Disney, Lord of the Rings, Pokemon, and so much more! What are you looking forward to doing with your toddler? Or send us a photo if…
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Is Montessori more than having wooden toys? What is Waldorf? And how do they apply to babies and toddlers? This is the one where Emma and Elliot chat about: education styles, imagination, sensory trays, being inspired by Bluey, avoiding plastic toys and electronics, how nurseries have changed, and our childhood experiences (and hopes) of school and…
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Your favourite trio of social workers are back with another insightful episode discussing what their understanding is of Unconscious Bias. This is a term that is used in a number of different contexts but what does it actually mean? How can we become more aware of our Unconscious Biases and what can do we do to address them? Tune in to listen to th…
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Being honest about parenting challenges. This is the one where Emma and Elliot, along with the amazing Anna, discuss parenting milestones with babies and toddlers. What moments have been the most meaningful for you as a parent? Leaving the house for the first time. Having a day or night away from your baby for the first time. Returning to work. Suc…
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Before we ended 2023 we met two researchers, Dr. Emiliana Simon-Thomas and Dr. Timothy Lomas, who shared their research on human flourishing, and each touched on the importance of human connection and relationship as an antidote to loneliness. In our first episode of this new year, we continue that conversation, this time by exploring the unique ro…
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Does society exploit parents? Push us to buy unnecessary stuff? What do you find frustrating about materialism with a toddler or baby... This is the one where Emma and Elliot discuss being guilted to buy new and expensive items for your child, the scam of baby products, buying presents at birthdays and Christmas, and all the useless things that are…
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Informative, powerful, inspirational, fun and an important listen! Just some of the words we’d use to describe this episode. Nadia, Fran and Eugene were privileged to be joined by Craig Pinkney. Craig Pinkney is a nationally and internationally recognised Criminologist, Urban Youth Specialist, and esteemed CEO of several organisations, including SO…
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Join us in the editing room of the Podcraft for a mid-series special, extra, bonus, mega-episode, full of all the bits and bobs that got cut out. "Don't wake the baby!" bloopers, outtakes and even more parenting stories and interesting tangents that we physically couldn't fit in the first half of series 2. Looking forward to loads of new content in…
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Merry Christmas everyone! We have a fun and informative new episode for you. In this episode, we have our own little christmas celebration and have a discussion about the Social Graces (again!). We share presents, learn more about the 'Wheel of Discussion' created by Collective Space and continue to discuss about our intersecting identities. This i…
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What are the challenges at Christmas with a baby or toddler? This is the one where Emma and Elliot are joined by special guest Vicki to discuss everything from presents, Elf on the Shelf, Father Christmas, traditions, Church and more. How did you find your first Christmas with a baby? (or what are you concerned about?) What are the biggest challeng…
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We’re celebrating the life of our friend Dr. William Powell, who passed away just before Thanksgiving. Dr. Powell’s American Chestnut Tree episode was one of our favorites of last year. This episode is an inspiring story about how bringing together vision, community, and cutting-edge science can make the impossible possible. It’s a story about Amer…
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Do you have the grandparents help with childcare? Do you have a nanny, childminder, babysitter or au pair? Sickness, colds, starting nursery and childcare emergencies! This is the one where Emma and Elliot discuss how they manage and share their experience of nursery and illness. Apologies for the change in audio quality halfway through. Watch alon…
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This episode was recorded in November 2023 It was our pleasure to welcome Lisa Matthews to our podcast. Lisa works for an organisation called Young Roots and she is their first ever Policy and Campaigns Manager. Lisa has worked in the area of migrants’ rights for over 15 years, working across casework, psychosocial support, legal representation, ca…
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What was your child's first food? Did you do baby food, spoon feeding or baby-led weaning? This is the one where Emma and Elliot discuss all about first foods, the mess, the experience of weaning and much more. Send us your Parenting Stories or comments to feature! www.instagram.com/dontwakethebaby_podcast/ Connect and discuss with other parents ov…
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Last time you heard from us, Dr. Emiliana Simon-Thomas shared her research on the complexity of the loneliness epidemic in America today, and what we all can do to feel less lonely. Something she said — “Everyone's happiness matters to my happiness” — stuck with us, and became the springboard for this episode. Today, together with psychology resear…
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Did you glow during your pregnancy? How did you find your first pregnancy? Join Emma and Elliot for the first episode of series two! As usual, we had too much to fit in! - but it's the one where we discuss everything from multivitamins, finding out you're pregnant, to being a dad-to-be, names, genders and more. Join in the conversation. You don't h…
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Conversations a meant to be started, continued but not necessarily always finished. In this episode, we decided to start a conversation about the war in Gaza. There are many narratives and challenges with having such a conversation. Despite this it's necessary to start a conversation and hopefully it will be continued by many who listen to this. If…
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A brand new series of our PodCraft for parents will start next week (1st December) with new weekly episodes... We can't wait to share it with you all! x Unwind with us on sleepless nights to a wholesome mix of parenting, humour, and crafting. We’re not here to provide answers but to share our experiences, explore how parenting has changed, and buil…
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It’s Thanksgiving week in the United States, and this Thursday, many of us will be with friends and family for the kick-off to six weeks of holiday cheer. But for so many people in America, the holidays can be a very lonely time. Loneliness and disconnection have consequences not only for individual health, but for the health of the nation. Dr. Emi…
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We were lucky to be joined by Anna Glinski from the Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse (CSA centre). Anna was previously the CSA Centre's Practice Improvement Advisor for Social Work and, before that, the practice development lead for CSA within the local authority and contributed to local and regional service and policy development. Anna de…
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Today, we meet Dr. Nap Hosang, a Jamaican-born obstetrician and gynecologist with a long, distinguished career focused on preventing unintended pregnancies in the United States and globally. After decades of service in healthcare, Dr. Hosang has begun a new chapter of his career as the co-founder and CEO of Cadence Health, whose mission is to give …
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The episodes keep on coming! In this second episode of season six, we explore the notion of Psychological Safety. What does this mean to you? How can we feel Psychologically Safe in work spaces, in relationships and other areas of our lives? What do you think you need to help you to feel Psychologically Safe? There were so many different questions …
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A little trailer just to remind you that we're still here! Emma and Elliot will be back soon for the second series of "Don't wake the baby!" Join in the conversation and contribute to series two... Watch or comment on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@dontwakethebaby_podcast Share your Parenting Stories to feature: www.instagram.com/dontwakethebaby…
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In our last episode, we learned about the Rome Call for AI Ethics, which asked representatives from world business, educational institutions, governments, and religions to support ethical principles around artificial intelligence, including transparency, fairness, inclusivity, impartiality, reliability, and security and privacy. We are back with th…
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GUESS WHO'S BACK, BACK AGAIN..... YES, that's right. After an extended summer break, your favourite trio are back for a brand new season! We are excited to bring you our sixth podcast season. Get ready for some fun, exciting, powerful and important conversations! We've also mixed things up a bit so you will be able to watch some of our episodes on …
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