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The goal of this podcast is to make the early days of parenting more connected. In show I focus on: birth, postpartum and parent mental health. This podcast is for soon-to-be-parents and parents of babies and toddlers. Each week this show will provide tips and resources to help you take care of yourself and your little ones.
 
Celtics Stuff Live was the original live interactive webcast produced specifically for Celtics fans. The show originally aired for two hours every Sunday night and featured regular and prominent guests such as Mike Gorman, Sean Grande, Steve Bulpett, Marc Spears, Peter Vecsey, Mark Murphy, Scott Souza, Kelly Dwyer and Gary Tanguay and broadcast on CelticsBlog.com. Justin Poulin was one of the first members of the internet media to be credentialed with access to the locker room. NEW EPISODES ...
 
“Brando was hands down my favorite interviewer.” - Roberta Freeman, Use Your Illusion vocalist. “I always enjoy connecting to those who avoid the obvious pedestrian cliche rockisms and who will converse with intelligence...kudos. That makes for a worthwhile broadcast.“ - Alan Niven, former GNR manager. ------- Appetite for Distortion is a Guns N' Roses-themed podcast hosted by a radio veteran. Any topic is up for discussion as long as it falls under the 6-Degrees of GNR (Kevin) Bacon... Chec ...
 
Hey There! It’s Kelly Ann Gorman otherwise known as The Happy Workaholic. This is my second podcast. A shorter, sometimes sweeter and of course uncensored version of my full episodes of The Happy Workaholic Podcast! This show is focused more on the behind the scenes look of running an online business while traveling and living that laptop lifestyle as a digital entrepreneur. Expect to hear some crazy stories and wtf moments because that’s just my life! Welcome to it! Let’s connect on Instagr ...
 
Hosted by Sarah Gorman & Natalia Rodas, each week we take a piece of pop culture with the word “girl” in the name and discuss how it relates to modern womanhood. Listen to two Chicago comedy gal pals discuss movies, television, music, and celebrities through a lens of intersectional feminism, politics, and of course– squad goals.
 
Janice (Hope) Gorman. Ordained Interfaith Reverend and Spiritual Counselor, Spiritual Channeler, and Teacher. The North Shield is your own North Star- As I entered into the silence of a winter's eve in the water of my hot tub, I looked upon the stars and I was whisked away into an ancient temple. There was still crystalline snow falling around me as I was taken to a counsel of elders who spoke to me about personal integrity and personal wisdom. The North shield represents a sacred place wher ...
 
Talking Machines is your window into the world of machine learning. Your hosts, Katherine Gorman and Neil Lawrence, bring you clear conversations with experts in the field, insightful discussions of industry news, and useful answers to your questions. Machine learning is changing the questions we can ask of the world around us, here we explore how to ask the best questions and what to do with the answers.
 
A place for DJs to put together mixes of forgotten vinyls or obscure classics. To join the dots from past to present. Because sometimes, the best way to find a fresh and original sound is to look back. Music from the past isn’t constrained by the trends or technology of today. Nor will it pander to the consumerism of now, because it’s from a different time.
 
Peter Everett is a man stained with grief, his life becomes a struggle of decisions as he watches the lives of the people around him dissolve and burn. Mags Donne is a damaged, bruised young schoolgirl, reaching out into the darkness, trying to take control of her life. Their Scars are what begin to unite them, with the people that surround them. Their Scars are what mark them out. The Scars is a story of difficulty, hatred, intrigue, kidnap, wrongdoing, abuse, laughter and beauty. The Scars ...
 
Join Zac Amico and the original real ass dude, Luis J. Gomez, as they take an honest look at their own foibles, as well as the oddities that exist all around us. Their sweet, comedic perspectives will have you laughing, cringing, and wanting to be part of the conversation. The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show a week before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe now at gasdig ...
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
This is the podcast from the people behind www.sonsofsamhorn.com, the sister site of www.insidethepylon.com. We are a Red Sox focused, but not Red Sox exclusive baseball talk show that tries to mix contemporary and traditional views on the sport and everything in between. You can find our hosts on twitter at ddydyn (Damian Dydyn) and j1gorman (Justin Gorman). Music by Jonathan Dydyn. Email the show at soshcast@gmail.com Follow our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/soshcast
 
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A health expert is lambasting the Government for its handling of border workers' Covid-19 testing records. The Government is to make it compulsory for all employers of border workers to use a national register to supply up-to-date info on their staff's routine Covid-19 tests. While some employers were already using the register, others were keeping…
 
Dalton Pruitt, Robbie Goodwin and Joe Gorman of The Loud Boys podcast join Zac Amico while daddy is away (Luis is on vacation) and discuss the baby born with 3 penises, the cancellation of the Captain Underpants spin-off, Sesame Street's 2 new black muppets, allegations against Kevin Clash (the original voice of Elmo), the Georgia man who was paid …
 
After its longest war, the U.S. will pull troops out of Afghanistan by September 11th this year, President Joe Biden has promised. After J&J vaccinations were halted, some experts are saying the risk is actually lower than taking the contraceptive pill. And is it time the insect world becomes a Republic? Research shows Queen Ants brains can shrink …
 
Because one bears is not enough bears, SIX more ursinologists join to answer your questions about polar bear fur, monogamy, that scene from "The Revenant" and more. Five chapters of bear life, from mindblowing mating strategies to how bears get from point A to B, media portrayals of these beautiful beasts and how to save them. Also: do bears want y…
 
How often do you have more to do than time in the day? What is the difference between “intentional” and “attentional” activities? This week Kim and Fulyana explore their work “habits” and discover some interesting adjustments and insights from their own experiences in the workplace.By Mentors to Executives Worldwide
 
Kane Williamson scooped the big prize - The Sir Richard Hadlee Medal - at the New Zealand Cricket awards in Auckland on Tuesday night. It's the fourth time in six years the Black Caps skipper has been crowned our premier player of the year, his test batting deeds shining brightly in a glorious home summer for the team. White Ferns Amy Satterthwaite…
 
There's been a second night of unrest on the streets of Minneapolis, where riot police confronted crowds of protesters angered by the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright. Black Lives Matter protests have sprung up in New York and Washington DC in solidarity. Wright was killed after police attempted to arrest him for an exisiting warrant at a routine tr…
 
Auckland police have evacuated residents from an area of Murray's Bay on the city's North Shore, after finding a "suspicious item" while executing a search warrant. They have set up a cordon on Sunrise Avenue and are asking residents within it to get out. Reporter Adam Jacobson spoke to Morning Report from the cordon.…
 
It was an influx of Covid-19 cases from India that led the government to temporarily ban new arrivals from that country, but nearly all of those people transited through Dubai, which remains one of the world's largest hubs for international freight and travel. So how is a city that was positioning itself as an international hub dealing with the pan…
 
A law expert says the government's first legislative changes in the wake of the Royal Commission into the Christchurch Mosque attacks will have a significant impact. The Counter-Terrorism Legislation Bill has its focus on cracking down on those who are planning or preparing a terror attack. While the March 15 Mosque attacks were the catalyst, the b…
 
There are high hopes the scenic Taieri Gorge railway line can return to its former glory as a tourist magnet. The Dunedin City Council voted yesterday to stave off the demise of Dunedin Railways, operator of the famous rail journey which was mothballed last year after the pandemic hit. Lyall Kelp is a rail enthusiast who has worked on the Taieri Go…
 
A new survey is aiming to find out why the number of women in the infrastructure and construction industry is so low, and what can be done to draw more in. Those already in the jobs say it's getting better, but it's still hard. Often it's a battle to get toilets they can use, and sexist comments are a daily occurence. Tairawhiti Contractors managin…
 
Councils are expressing intense frustration as they fear key roadbuilding projects won't make the cut. The Transport Agency has warned there is 'very limited funding' for the next three years. Councils are currently working on the regional side of the new national land transport plan from 2021 to 2024. The Western Bay of Plenty mayor Garry Webber e…
 
Two years after the Christchurch mosque attacks the Government has introduced to Parliament new counter terrorism legislation and along with France is claiming 'significant progress' in removing violent and extremist content from the internet. The Christchurch Call to Action was initiated by the Prime Minister in Paris almost two years ago co-chair…
 
No toilets, topless calendars and comments about your appearance are just some of the things women tradies deal with every day. They say big changes are needed if the industry wants to attract more of them to a sector that is struggling to fill jobs. Now an industry survey is asking employers and women about the barriers that need to come down. Cha…
 
Polyfest, the world's largest Pasifika dance festival, returns to the stage today - after two years of cancellations. Covid-19 saw the event canned altogether last year, and in 2019 the last day of the festival was cancelled following the Christchurch terror attacks. Plans are for the opening pōwhiri to take place at the Manukau Sports Bowl RNZ Pac…
 
A $500 million pothole in road funding has been patched over but key projects remain in jeopardy. Money is especially scarce for State Highway improvements, public transport infrastructure and the Government's safety strategy Road to Zero. This has come at a crucial time when the country's transport plans for the next three years are being drawn up…
 
The National Party wants to force councils to free up land for development in a bid to get more houses built. The party's proposal would give the government emergency powers modelled on those used to speed up house building in Canterbury following the earthquakes in 2010 and 2011. Party leader Judith Collins spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
One of the country's most perplexing cold cases has returned to the public eye after police offered a $100,000 reward for information about the disappearance in 1992 of toddler Amber-Lee Cruickshank. Nicky Cruickshank has maintained for nearly 29 years that somebody knows what happened to her daughter, who went missing in Kingston, on the shores of…
 
In Minnesota, Muslim leaders led a vaccination campaign in the lead-up to Ramadan, with nearly 7,000 vaccines distributed across 16 mosques. Imam Asad discusses the effort. And, in "Surviving the White Gaze," Rebecca Carroll explores the world of interracial adoption through the lens of her own story growing up as the only Black person in her rural…
 
The head of a livestock export company says they've had a tip-off from China that the Government is poised to ban live cattle exports. The government launched a review of the trade nearly two years ago and said recently it was close to a decision. That's expected to be announced this morning, but David Hayman, head of Genetic Development New Zealan…
 
Police in Northland freely admit that for years they have been unlawfully using road blocks to gather intelligence. The police watchdog has found officers illegally detained a woman and breached her privacy by photographing her and her partner at a checkpoint south of Whangarei in 2019. Hamish Cardwell filed this report.…
 
Auckland only has half the number of vaccinators it needs for the Covid-19 roll out. The city's DHBs say they're encountering frustrating roadblocks in getting enough people approved to do the injections - and they need hundreds more. But some GPs say they're being left on the sidelines and the DHBs need to use them to pick up the slack. Health cor…
 
In Germany, the trial of eleven suspected members of an extreme far-right terror group has begun today. 'Group S' are accused of plotting deadly attacks on Muslims, asylum-seekers and political enemies with the aim of fueling civil unrest and overthrowing the government. There are growing concerns over a surge in violent right-wing extremism with t…
 
There is broad support for new counter terrorism laws in the wake of the Royal Commission into the Christchurch Mosque attacks. The legislation introduced to the House focusses on cracking down on those who are planning or preparing a terror attack. The Act Party says the changes won't make people any safer. Here's political reporter Katie Scotcher…
 
Auckland DHB say they need hundreds more vaccinators - and fast - if they're to have any hope of meeting their vaccination targets. Counties Manukau DHB's chief executive Margie Apa, who is working with the city's three district health boards on the vaccine roll-out, says they need more than 1000 more. She says they want nurses to be able to do the…
 
Police in Northland say they were acting with the best intentions when unlawfully using road blocks to gather intelligence. The police watchdog has found the officers illegally detained a woman and breached her privacy by photographing her and her partner at a checkpoint in Northland in 2019. Officers set up checkpoints near a 'fight night' gatheri…
 
Malcolm-Jamal Warner talks about starring in the Fox show "The Resident," winning a Grammy and "The Cosby Show." And, as the trial of Derek Chauvin continues in Minneapolis, protests continued for a second night in the neighboring suburb of Brooklyn Center after Daunte Wright was shot and killed by a police officer. NPR's David Schaper shares the l…
 
Minneapolis police have arrested dozens of people who broke curfew to protest the latest fatal shooting of a Black man, with tensions high as the Derek Chauvin murder trial continues. Japan has alarmed its neighbors with plans to release contaminated water from Fukushima into the sea. And it was a hefty heist, the world's biggest bunny has been sto…
 
Tuesday marks exactly sixty years since Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin flew Vostok 1 on a lap of the globe, in what was the first manned space flight. The successful orbit took just under two hours and was a Soviet body blow to the United States, falling in the middle of a space race that had gripped the two Super Powers. Astronomer Alan Gilmore, a…
 
Samoa is awaiting final vote counts and some horse-trading to see which of two political parties will govern for the next five years. The Human Rights Protection Party or HRPP and Faatuatua ile Atua Samoa ua Tasi (FAST) are both deadlocked on 25 seats each - with an independent holding the remaining one. FAST is less than a year old. Its leader Fia…
 
A Māori health leader says warnings about non-clinical health workers administering the Covid-19 vaccine in Māori communities are unfounded. The Nurses Organisation says a plan to train up health workers to plug the shortage of Māori nurses and doctors involved in the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out exposes decades of underinvestment in Māori health, and…
 
The New Plymouth District Council has done a flip-flop over its support for a controversial composting plant which has accumulated a 20,000 tonne stockpile of contaminated waste at its Uruti site. In an odd move, the council is looking to formally withdraw its submission in favour of renewing Remediation NZ's consents - more than two weeks after th…
 
Parts of New Zealand's east coast are so dry, farmers say they'll run out of feed before the winter. NIWA's drought index shows Hawke's Bay, Marlborough and Banks Peninsula are very or extremely dry - and the forecast isn't looking much better. Some farmers say it's been 18 months since they've had a decent downpour, and want more recognition of th…
 
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