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On her first-ever podcast, Ellen Pompeo sits down with a wide range of guests and celebrity friends who inspire her and who do extraordinary things. Through in-depth, candid conversations, Ellen shines a light on people and issues that are important to her and the world at large. Beloved by millions for her role as Meredith Grey on ABC's award-winning critically acclaimed drama Grey's Anatomy, Ellen is also an outspoken activist for issues including equal pay for women in Hollywood and beyon ...
 
Kill Me Now is a weekly podcast hosted by award winning comedian and writer, Judy Gold. Since Judy always seems to be pissed-off about something, she thought why not interview celebrities about what makes them angry - from the extraordinary to the mundane. Whether it's your cheap friend who always gets up from the table when the check comes, to injustices such as inequality & equal pay, Judy and her guests vent with wit, humor and passion while you laugh your ass off.
 
"This podcast will leave you feeling inspired to take a more proactive approach to your savings, earnings, & expenses." - BuzzFeed | Yo Quiero Dinero is an award-winning personal finance podcast that empowers listeners on topics like entrepreneurship, investing, financial independence & money mindset. Hosted by Jannese Torres, Latina money expert, entrepreneur, & business coach. Known as “the swaggiest personal finance podcast", each week we drop episodes brimming with POC-friendly personal ...
 
Welcome to Walls Plus One! We all hit walls in our life, but some of us face bigger challenges than others, and most of the time it's due to reasons beyond our control. From equal pay to climate change, we're taking on the big topics that matter most. Along with a featured guest, each episode spotlights someone working with the Walls Project to further our mission of breaking down the societal walls that keep people in poverty. It sounds really deep, we know, but there are some laughs and li ...
 
It's no secret that it's challenging to establish and rise in your career as a Latina. We often doubt ourselves, make mistakes left and right, and figure things out as we go, but what if it didn't have to be this way? Join the career coach, speaker, and founder of Mujeres on the Rise, Melba Tellez, as she guides you on discovering your purpose, dealing with career heartbreak, and everything you need to know about rising as a Latina. Through solo episodes and special guest interviews with ins ...
 
Professor Olga Martin-Ortega talks to women, and people who identify themselves as women, in academia about their lives and work; the choices and decisions they made to get where they are; the women who inspired them and how to empower women at earlier stages in their academic development. The Professoriate is the 'body of college and university teachers at an institution or in society'. In this podcast we focus on the voices of women, who have had less representation and whose experiences h ...
 
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I ALSO Want Money

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I ALSO Want Money

Nicole Kyle, Sophie Holm & Harrison Comfort

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Closing the gender wealth gap goes beyond financial literacy. On I ALSO Want Money, co-hosts Nicole Kyle and Sophie Holm explore strategies for overcoming and dismantling the societal barriers that prevent women from making money. This podcast investigates why wealth is more accessible to men than women, and, in a world where net worth is a function of one’s network, invites psychologists, economists, anthropologists, activists, and more to democratize, demystify, and demasculinize wealth.
 
Take a moment to delve into the life and times of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Starting in present day and working back through history, each episode in this 6-part series highlights a decade of RBG's life. Hear from RBG herself in a new interview, and some of the people who know her best, including her granddaughter Clara Spera, law school classmate Professor Arthur Miller, and equal pay activist and Supreme Court plaintiff Lilly Ledbetter. CNN's Poppy Harlow and Jeffrey Toobi ...
 
Welcome to Organize Your Butterflies, an original podcast of YWCA, one of the largest and oldest women’s organizations in the country, whose mission is to eliminate racism and empower women. Each episode, we discuss the many different ways women—including some of the amazing leaders at YWCA—are working to help women, girls and families. Topics include organizing, strategizing, and mobilizing around issues like equal pay, domestic violence, women’s entrepreneurship, and so much more, and how ...
 
The Golden Ducks Podcast is a biweekly cricket podcast hosted by the lads from weCricket. Featuring a weekly news show covering everything in the cricketing world in a funny and lighthearted way. We also follow England Cricket very closely and review every day of the test matches, plus all white-ball games too. Find us on Youtube, if you prefer to watch your podcasts.
 
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Opera Uprising

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Opera Uprising

Elizabeth Frey Gentner

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After a year of empty seats, the institutions that were struggling before the pandemic are even further behind. Opera and opera singers cannot wait for these institutions to get their act together. Instead lets discover how we can come together as artists, lift each other up and create our own Opera Uprising!
 
If you’re looking to grow your career and increase your pay then this podcast is for you! Subscribe and binge Season 1 of the PayDestiny Podcast. 🎙️About The PayDestiny Podcast Stream eight interviews that unlock insights and tips to help you reach your promotion and pay raise goals. The PayDestiny Podcast is dedicated to ensuring Latinas, women, and underrepresented professionals are: 1.) competitively paid, and 2.) represented in leadership positions. Host, Adriana Herrera, interviews Lati ...
 
We hold speeches from the world of sports deep in our hearts and minds as timeless and historic moments that still, to this day and beyond, bring us inspiration, historical context, empathy, education and more. We remember these iconic moments so that we too can share them with current and future generations as a way to remember why they touched us personally, and why they remain so relevant and important today. Welcome to It Was Said: Sports, Season one, a documentary podcast that guides yo ...
 
Director Nigel Cole and producer Elizabeth Karlsen discuss the making of the film, Made in Dagenham, at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London. The film tells the story of Rita O’Grady, the catalyst for the 1968 Ford Dagenham strike by 187 sewing machinists which led to the advent of the Equal Pay Act. Made in Dagenham will open in cinemas across the UK on October 1st.
 
If you want culture talks, you've come to the right place! On this podcast we will cover topics that contribute to our culture. From trending topic, Breaking News and music to conspiracy theories and even religious doctrine . Not only will you get one on one opinions, facts and theories from myself but also those from my frequent guests. Real opinions, real topics no agenda.
 
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The Football Podcast

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The Football Podcast

The Football Podcast - WePlayStrong

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This is the first ever UEFA women’s football podcast brought to you by Rocky Hehakaija, Shanice van de Sanden and Nadia Nadim. We’re gonna chat about some of the biggest challenges in the game with some of the biggest stars in the game. Welcome to the Football Podcast by WePlayStrong.
 
Conversations for the multinational employer on issues impacting their global business. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
Inspired by Laura Bell Bundy’s and Shea Carter's album of the same name, Women Of Tomorrow is a musical podcast that explores issues women are facing today, examines the history of those issues and provides solutions for moving forward. Out of the ashes of the 2016 presidential election, came the most powerful women’s movement since the 1970’s. Women’s voices raised in unity to express their fear over losing all they had fought for and their desire for equal rights. #Metoo.Each episode will ...
 
Full Time with Meg Linehan is a weekly soccer podcast expanding The Athletic’s coverage of the U.S. women’s national team, the National Women’s Soccer League, and the larger world of international soccer. Meg tackles the culture, context, and conversations about the sport here in America and beyond, with help from fellow writers and insiders from all corners of the game.
 
Welcome to Rebel Women, a podcast about the history of troublemakers in East London. This corner of Britain's capital has seen multiple waves of migration, poverty and persecution. Sometimes feared, always looked down upon, the residents have struggled. But out of these struggles rose up some of history's greatest radicals leaders - leaders of movements that have changed both the local landscape, and wider society too. Many of them were women. And most you will have never heard about, despit ...
 
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Patients at Risk

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Patients at Risk

Rebekah Bernard MD and Niran Al-Agba MD

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Patients at Risk exposes the political maneuvering and corporate greed that has led to the replacement of physicians by lesser trained practitioners, including nurse practitioners and physician assistants. As corporations seek to save money and government agencies aim to increase constituent access, minimum qualifications for our nation’s healthcare guardians continue to decline—with deadly consequences. This is a story that has not yet been told, and one that has dangerous repercussions for ...
 
Everyone has a story. But not everyone has a voice. 'Like It Is' addresses the issues in sports and the workplace that have been ignored for far too long and tells them the way they should be told – with honesty, sincerity and a purpose. Discrimination; bullying; harassment on social media; the mental health crisis taking place in the world today... these are the issues we'll be talking about on each and every episode. I hope you'll join us as we dive into these important topics that need to ...
 
Author: DeEvolution & Free Agent Lifestyle, available on Amazon (Kindle & Paperback). This weekly podcast(every Monday) is hosted by YouTube personality and Strength & Conditioning Specialist Greg Adams, as he highlights men's issues and chronicles the benefits of the Free Agent Lifestyle. Facebook: @coachgregadams Instagram: @coachgregadamsTV YouTube: @coachgregadams Snapchat: @coachgregadams
 
Each week, in the award-winning radio show and podcast Unbelievable?, Justin Brierley asks questions like: Is there evidence for God? Can we trust the Bible? Did Jesus rise from the dead? Justin tackles these and other issues, on a show that gets Christians and sceptics talking.
 
Your life changes drastically when you retire. You've spent 30, 40, 50, even 60 years of your life thinking about the day you no longer have to work. You've dreamt of the freedom that provides. The Retirement = Freedom podcast walks you through all the little things you need to understand in order to have the freedom in retirement that you deserve.
 
A four-time award-winning online lifestyle TV Show and Podcast watched and listened to by women and men in the 30-55 age category, Janette’s TV & Podcast is the premier online platform busy people across the globe flock to live life their way. Currently in Season 11 with over 500 aired episodes and a 5 million+ following, Janette's TV & Podcast episodes and segments features spokespeople that are experts in various lifestyle fields. From fashion to finance and food, hot topics, entertainment ...
 
The Honorable Jason Lewis (R-MN) represented Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional district during the 115th Congress. Lewis prioritized working with the Trump administration’s America First agenda and was a “leader in the battle to pass” health care and tax reform. He also co-authored the Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2018 which passed Congress and was signed into law by the President. Prior to serving in Washington, Lewis was a broadcaster for 25 years hosting The Jason Lewis Show. Lewis holds a ...
 
Join Thomas for some critical thinking on questions of science, philosophy, skepticism and politics. These serious topics are discussed with some serious guests, but in an entertaining and engaging way! This is not your typical interview podcast; it’s a friendly dialogue, conducted thoughtfully and with plenty of humor. It's Serious Inquiries Only; but like, not boring or anything.
 
For Your Informatics Podcast https://www.amia.org/women-amia-initiativewas created by and for members to inform and inspire the informatics community towards action around opportunities for women in AMIA to improve health and healthcare. As a part of this mission, in 2018 champions of the Women in AMIA initiative, Drs. Wendy Chapman, Jessie Tenenbaum, Deepti Pandita, Merida Johns, and Laurie Griggs, started the Women in AMIA (WIA) Podcast. The WIA Podcast was an outlet to share opportunities ...
 
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Elizabeth Rowe is the principal flutist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. As a member of that world-class ensemble, she can be heard on numerous Grammy-award winning recordings. The New York Times has called her a “divine flutist” and her playing “ravishing.” The Boston Globe has called her a “standout,” describing her playing as “bewitching” and “…
 
Show me the money! On this episode of The Retirement Equals Freedom Podcast we’re finding out about the world of financial planning fees. What’s totally worth it, what’s so-so and when can you save $$ by managing on your own? Host Josh Bretl, founder of FSR Wealth Strategies, breaks down the different types of fees and shares advice he gives folks …
 
In this Janette’s TV and Janette’s TV Podcast episode, Janette sits down with Maggie Murphy who was General Manager of the Lewes FC Women’s Team from 2019-2021, then elected to CEO of Lewes FC in 2021. Lewes Football Club was founded back in 1885 and is located in Lewes, East Sussex, England where Maggie joins us from. In 2017, they launched the gr…
 
What happens to your money after you die? This episode of The Retirement Equals Freedom Podcast goes right to the heart of this sensitive question – one that lots of us squeamishly avoid. Co-hosts Josh Bretl of FSR Wealth Strategies and Dave Schmidt (aka Vulcan Schmidt Todd Lopez) move us out of denial into a clearer understanding of what estate pl…
 
Sophie Sauvage, head of international football for Olympique Lyonnais, discusses her role with both OL Reign in the NWSL and Lyon in Division 1 Féminine. From what lessons can be shared on both sides of the organization to strategy and growth of the women’s game, Sauvage is one of the few that is directly involved in shaping what comes next here an…
 
The Human Rights Commission has launched a new service today for people who believe they have experienced conversion practices, six months after the Conversion Practices Prohibition Legislation Act passed. The Commission is offering a free, confidential and impartial dispute resolution process for survivors. A small group of those who helped put to…
 
Waka Kotahi representatives were a no-show at a hui to try and resolve an occupation at its Mt Messenger Bypass site in North Taranaki today. About 20 protesters broke through security fencing five days ago and have set up camp at the summit, erecting tents and a kitchen. Our Taranaki Whanganui reporter Robin Martin went to visit.…
 
The fate of a walking and cycle lane trial on Auckland's harbour bridge is still hanging in the balance following a Waka Kotahi board meeting. The cycling group Movement threatened legal action against the transport agency after it pulled the handbrake on a walking and biking lane trial over the bridge - unless Waka Kotahi agreed to reconsider the …
 
On Tuesday we heard what cyclists had to say about Auckland Council's Transport Emissions Reduction Pathway. On Wednesday we asked motorists what it's going to take to get them out of their cars. The TERP aims to get people walking, biking or using public transport if their trip is less than six kilometres. Reporter Louise Ternouth and camera opera…
 
People who live near a scrap metal yard that went up in flames in Christchurch last night say they had repeatedly raised concerns about crushed cars at the site. The blaze broke out at National Steel in Woolston, sending up a huge plume of potentially toxic smoke and forcing some from their homes. Jean Edwards reports.…
 
Nelson and West Coast residents are are in clean up mode with slips and wash outs causing widespread issues in the regions. A state of local emergency remains in place for the Nelson-Tasman and the West Coast. More than 300 homes have been evacuated in the Nelson Tasman and 104 have been assessed for damage. In Nelson, residents evacuated from thei…
 
Residents of Kāeo are on alert. Civil Defence is setting up an emergency centre and not ruling out evacuations if conditions worsen. The town's main street is flooded after the river rose by half a meter in an hour, hampering emergency services, access to businesses and health services. Rayssa Almeida has more. For the latest details, Lisa Owen hea…
 
WARNING: This report contains details that may be upsetting to listeners. The bodies of two young children have been confirmed as the human remains discovered by a family in the Auckland suburb of Clendon late last week. A family bought the contents of an abandoned storage locker in an online auction, and found human remains in two suitcases. Polic…
 
Aaaaaaaand WE BACK! Courtney has returned from a much deserved and needed vacation and hopped back on the mic with André to discuss everydamnthang! We get into the top NWSL storylines including Ebony Salmon's Revenge Tour and the Wavé doin the wobble. We also get into just what in the hell is going on with the Spirit, Courage and Gotham, including …
 
Is it time for Dunedin dogs to have their day on CBD streets? Some canine lovers and business owners want to ditch a bylaw banning dogs from a number of central locations including the Octagon, the civic centre and the library plaza. Some say they have to dodge certain parts of town and the rules are outdated. Woof! Bar co-owner Josh Thomas and his…
 
A Bay of Plenty service station owner who's been targeted multiple times by ram-raiders and burglars says she feels the region is being ignored by the government with efforts to deter criminals confined to Auckland. Keryn Mahoney and Glenn Rickard, who own the only gas station in Rotomā, were among three dozen or so locals who met with police and p…
 
'I'm delighted to be here' - the words of All Blacks coach Ian Foster after his bosses backed him to stay in the job through to the next World Cup. Foster had come under scrutiny after the All Blacks suffered five defeats in their last seven games, with New Zealand Rugby refusing to publicly back him. But the All Blacks silenced the doubters with a…
 
During August we are profiling some of the other great podcasts from Premier Unbelievable? In this taster episode from the CS Lewis Podcast with Alister McGrath, he opens up 'Surprised By Joy', the autobiography of Lewis' conversion. Subscribe to the CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 See episodes at our website: https://www.premierunbel…
 
One of the country's largest travel agencies say international bookings are back to 90 percent of what they were pre-Covid. Flight Centre says the rebound has been remarkable. But there are a few teething problems as the travel and aviation industry tries to meet demand quick smart - with workers scarce and the need to train people meaning it canno…
 
The Police Commissioner says many children have been let down by police responses to abuse in state care. It was the police force's turn to front the Royal Commission on Abuse in Care today, to explain their role in a state care system that saw thousands of children abused and neglected. Jamie Tahana is following the hearing.…
 
Members of Christchurch's Linwood community are horrified a white supremacist is standing for a local school board. Philip Arps was jailed for 21 months for sharing footage of the Christchurch terror attacks. His attempt to make it onto the board of multi-cultural Te Aratai College has led to calls for election rules to be tightened, as Jean Edward…
 
Auckland Council's big transport plan to get people on their bikes or feet has big aims but faces the challenge of getting residents on board. The plan aims to get people out of their cars if the trip they're taking is less than six kilometres. Our reporter Louise Ternouth and cameraman Nick Monro hit the streets to see how it's going down.…
 
Fed up Rotorua business owners believe the amount of emergency housing in the city is contributing to a recent spate of ram raids. There have been well over 400 raids nationally in the past 12 months, and Bay of Plenty businesses are among those most targeted. Frustrated locals have met with police and community leaders to talk about how bad things…
 
The Labour Party has suspended MP Gaurav Sharma from the caucus effective immediately. The caucus held a special meeting this afternoon to decide what to do with the Hamilton West MP, who has accused his colleagues of bullying. Prime Minister and leader of the Labour Party Jacinda Ardern says the decision was reached after what she called repeated …
 
Kids these days don't know how to be bored! We pick up Judy's conversation with Kirsten on having to be isolated, her love of Jimmy Fallon, hatred of a certain age range, new projects, and post covid outlooks. Plus, much more! It's the conclusion of Kill Me Now with Judy Gold & guest, Kirsten Michelle Cills! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
Here’s this week’s letter: I just discovered the show recently and have been learning a lot, especially as I think about stepping up my investing game. My issue is that I’m busy. I work at a startup and I just don’t know when I’ll have time to really sit and think through every stock in my portfolio and make sure that they are socially just compani…
 
It's a scenario most of us can relate to - getting caught short; needing the loo and not being able to find one you can use. That is without having to go into a cafe or fast food chain and buy something you don't want just so you can take a pit stop without getting the side eye. That's all about to change in Nelson at least - its launching a new sc…
 
The issue of ram raids, smash and grabs and brawls involving young people isn't going away. The government's rolled out a crime package to help store owners, but also says prevention is key to stop them happening. The National Party has promised if it comes to power next year, it will assign job coaches for those under 25, who are on a job seeker b…
 
Pressure is mounting for buy now pay later schemes to be regulated, with fears they're a 'ticking time bomb' for vulnerable people. Services like Afterpay, Laybuy, and ZipPay are interest free with repayments staggered over several weeks and late fees if a payment is missed. But research shows 90 percent of people using them have other debts. and 2…
 
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