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Everything Everywhere Daily

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Learn something new every day! Everything Everywhere Daily is a daily podcast for Intellectually Curious People. Host Gary Arndt tells the stories of interesting people, places, and things from around the world and throughout history. Gary is an accomplished world traveler, travel photographer, and polymath. Topics covered include history, science, mathematics, anthropology, archeology, geography, and culture. Past history episodes have dealt with ancient Rome, Phoenicia, Persia, Greece, Chi ...
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In Think Like a Game Designer, award-winning designer and Stone Blade Entertainment CEO Justin Gary speaks with world-class game designers and creative experts from various industries. Each episode deconstructs the creative process, offering insights into the art of game design and the broader cultural, technological, and business influences shaping a myriad of creative mediums. Join us for actionable advice and unique perspectives that will enrich your understanding of what it means to be c ...
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For more than 30 years The River Cafe in London, has been the home-from-home of artists, architects, designers, actors, collectors, writers, activists, and politicians. Michael Caine, Glenn Close, JJ Abrams, Steve McQueen, Victoria and David Beckham, and Lily Allen, are just some of the people who love to call The River Cafe home. On River Cafe Table 4, Rogers sits down with her customers—who have become friends—to talk about food memories. Table 4 explores how food impacts every aspect of o ...
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Each interview contains 3 big ideas to transform your life or business. We believe each idea shared can be transformational for you or your business growth. Each week you'll get our positive news that transforms lives. These big ideas help to inspire people to live more abundant lives. This show is hosted by military veteran and entrepreneur, Jeremy C. Jones. He has interviewed 270+ experts including Gary Vaynerchuk, Bob Burg, Ivan Misner, John David Mann, Rob Basso, and many more.
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A gripping true crime podcast about a young mother who vanished without a trace in 1976, the man police believe killed her and how he may have concealed evidence of his deed for so long. It’s also the mystery of a murdered Jane Doe found in 1978 and whether she could be the missing woman. What happened during the investigation of who she is that has kept her identity hidden? Patty’s Voice: https://www.facebook.com/Pattys-Voice-107420768338851 Finley Creek Jane Doe Task Force: https://www.fac ...
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Welcome to Mahoney Manhart Agency podcast aka Goose Droppings. Blake Manhart and Ryan Mahoney are independent insurance agents with Goosehead Insurance. Listen as we discuss the journey of building our agency through relationships, marketing, & branding. You will find a mix of interviews, presentations, tips and our thoughts around how we approach the insurance industry. Thank you for listening and please leave us your comments and reviews. Cover art photo provided by Gary Bendig on Unsplash ...
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Welcome to “Swift Chats” in the Financial Services Industry, a podcast brought to you by Impact Communications, where your hosts Marie Swift and Jonny Swift speak with interesting people in the financial services industry and the financial planning profession. Our podcast spotlights independent financial advisory firms, allied financial services institutions, and “fintech” companies that we think are adopting "Best Practices" in the industry. We also share our own tools and ideas aimed at he ...
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Podcasts by Prof. Gary Rose ====================== This political podcast series will focus on the 2016 Presidential Election. The following podcasts are intended to inform listeners of developments related to the intense nominating contests currently unfolding among the Democratic and Republican candidates for president. No other country on the face of the earth has adopted a system for nominating their national leaders remotely similar to that of the American model. This will be a grueling ...
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On this podcast we visit with folks obsessed with a wide array of interesting endeavors. We hear some awesome stories, and explore the mindsets and psychology of those who are obsessed. Hosted by Logan Hyrkas.
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Permission Ministries is a partnership of friends, leaders and ministries that are committed to helping each individual believer embrace their unique identity in Christ and to fully discover their personal destiny. We do this through our network of ministries and personal mentoring and equipping. We love exploring new ways to express our faith and impact our world. It’s what we call doing church differently in the 21st century. Check out some of the ministries below. (Permission Ministries, ...
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Exploring the mysteries of soil in search of answers that you can use in your garden or on your farm. Each week features scientists and experts sharing insights into topics like soil science, composting, cover cropping, biochar, no-till, and fungi, among other things! In Search of Soil is hosted and produced by Diego Footer.
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Welcome to the Live Beautifully Podcast! I’m your host Katrina Scott— I’m a mom, wellness expert, fitness instructor and passionate female founder. We cover everything from wellness, to parenting, fertility, career advice, and overcoming adversity. From personal life stories, to thoughtful conversations with the most empowering guests, my hope is this show will warm your heart and inspire you so you can flourish and live beautifully. KATRINA SCOTT: NY Times Bestselling Author Sports Illustra ...
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Hey I'm Mo! I was born and raised in Flagstaff Arizona and currently reside in Tucson Arizona. I like true crime, ghost stories, and murder stories. In this podcast, I will be talking about the stories this state has to offer. But I will be talking about other crime stories (not from arizona) as well! So sit back, relax and let's talk about murder. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mo-elizabeth/support
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"Bringin' it Back to "The Beatles" with Doug and Ben" will include in-depth interviews with celebrities who discuss their bodies of work while including intimate aspects of how they were profoundly impacted by "The Beatles" throughout their lives. Doug Kolk is a professional entertainment broadcaster in Los Angeles. Ben Don Sherwood is an Australian artist/musician who runs the "World's Largest Beatles Facebook Group".....Oh yeah, and their wives are sisters!
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FROM THE VAULT: A True Crime Podcast is a new podcast that is being carried over from its predecessor, True Cold Case Files. From The Vault offers a new look into cold cases from across the nation--cases you may or may not have heard of before. We get to the story quick, no BS, and we bring a respectable discussion on each case we cover. We must remember these victims too, and with this podcast, we hope to honor them. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fromthevault ...
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Jeff Engelstein joins us today to share his expansive journey in the gaming world. An award-winning tabletop game designer, Jeff has crafted acclaimed titles such as Space Cadets, The Fog of War, Pit Crew, and Super Skill Pinball. Beyond game design, Jeff is an adjunct professor at the NYU Game Center, where he imparts his deep knowledge of game me…
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If you were to pick a single visible icon to represent the 20th century, it would probably be the skyscraper. Skyscrapers didn’t really even exist before the 20th century, but by the end of the century, they became ubiquitous in major cities around the world. The skyscraper didn’t just appear out of nowhere. They wouldn’t have been possible if it w…
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In this episode, Ron sits down with Morris Miller, Managing Partner at Tectonic Ventures and CEO of Xenex Disinfection Services. Here, Miller shares his insights on the cutting-edge innovations in disinfection technology and the critical role it plays in healthcare setting, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. They discuss the challenge…
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About 384,400 km or 238,900 miles above the surface of the Earth is our planet's only natural satellite, The Moon. Every culture and civilization on the planet has had the moon play a role in its legends, and they have also used the moon to keep track of time, plant, and harvest. Scientists have wondered where the moon came from and how it was form…
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Alexander the Great was one of the most famous people from the ancient world. He defeated a vastly larger Persian Empire and conquered everything from Egypt to India. Yet, what Alexander achieved wouldn’t have been possible without his father. In fact, if Alexander hadn’t accomplished what he did, his father would probably be the one given the titl…
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Tina Fey has been on Ruthie's Table 4 before and she is, in fact, our first returning guest. When we first met, she spoke about food being a major part of her life, but she only brought one half of her team. The other half, Jeff Richmond, is here with us now. A composer, producer, director, Jeff is Tina's creative partner, and he's her husband. He …
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In January 1920, an Italian American businessman in Boston started a new company. In order to raise money, he took $100 investments from 18 people and offered them a fabulous return on their money in only 45 days, and he delivered on his promise. Soon people were lining up to give him their money and everything worked great…. …until it didn’t. Lear…
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Located in Central and Eastern Europe is one of the continent's longest and most rivers: the Danube. For thousands of years, the Danube has been a vital river for commerce and agriculture, and it has served as a natural boundary for empires and kingdoms. Today, it is still vitally important to ten countries and has become one of the top tourist att…
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Are you in a leadership position and desperately need God's help? Do you need God to give you a strategy for the way ahead? Do you need courage for something you are facing? Join us in this latest episode of 'Hearing God' as we unpack Joshua's story in the Bible, how he was repeatedly told to be courageous and not afraid, and the unusual strategies…
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Until recently, Dharug was considered a sleeping language, but grassroots activists like Carina Norman and Jasmine Seymour have set about having the language taught in schools. Today, they share a Dharug word which means ‘to look’ and discuss the different ways you might use that word.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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It is one of the most important inventions in history. Almost everyone listening to this has one. You use one almost every day, and if we didn’t have them, the world would be a very different place. I am talking about toilets. It isn’t something we like to talk about in public, but the sanitary removal of waste has been one of the critical componen…
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Ziggy Ramo's latest work, Human? A lie that has been killing us since 1788, attempts to bridge a nation-wide knowledge gap. One he says stems from the lie that 97 per cent of the population of so-called Australia are human, and the rest of us are ‘Indigenous’ - devoid of the same basic rights. He hopes being honest about the past might lead to more…
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In the very long history of China, it has had exactly one female ruler. She was a woman who managed, against all odds, to inch her way closer to power over a period of years until she reached a point where she could claim power for herself. By all accounts, she was beautiful, brilliant, cunning, and absolutely ruthless. Learn more about Wu Zetian, …
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The Philippines is one of the largest countries in the world. With a population of 115 million people, it is the 14th largest country in the world in terms of population. However, for a period of 48 years, it was a colony of the United States. That half-century was one of the most important in the history of the Philippines. It saw two major wars, …
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For thousands of years, wine has been one of the most important beverages in the world. It has been consumed by common folk and by emperors, and it can be made in a surprisingly wide variety of geographies. It can be made by backyard vintners as well as by megacorporations. It is so important that it plays a central role in some religions, yet it i…
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After the American War of Independence, Britain recognized the United States, but it didn’t necessarily make them close allies. Each country had its own agendas, and a generation later, they were butting heads again over a host of issues. The result was another war, but unlike the Revolutionary War, everyone claimed victory, and no one really won a…
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Jane Hartley was the American ambassador to France and Monaco, and now to the Court of Saint James. In the two years she has spent in the United Kingdom so far, Jane has had two monarchs, three prime ministers, four chancellors, and a late-stage pandemic. She has the qualities necessary for the role in abundance: leadership, resilience, duty. I kno…
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Books are one of the foundational tools of civilization. They allow us to pass knowledge and information between people who don’t know each other, and their compact form allows knowledge to be transported across vast distances. Their permanence allows information to be sent across time such that centuries might separate a writer from a reader. But …
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In the 19th century, several American universities began to compete with each other in several sporting events in friendly intercollegiate competitions. Fast forward over a hundred years, and college sports in the United States is a multibillion-dollar business. How did institutes of higher education become some of the biggest sports organizations …
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Have you ever been unsure if it is God who is speaking to you? Join us in this latest episode of 'Hearing God' as we unpack Samuel's story in the Bible, how he initially didn't recognise God's voice but began to hear God, and how hearing God influenced his decision-making. The story of Samuel is an excellent reminder that we are to seek a relations…
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Violinist and vocalist Eric Avery has shared the stage with artists like Tina Arena, Yo-Yo Ma, and the Black Arm Band. But how have these experiences shaped his composition work? Ahead of his performance at Monash University Performing Arts Centre's 2024 Sundays in the Sound Gallery, Eric shares his artistic journey and performs live in the ABC RN …
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First performed in 1998, Stolen by Jane Harrison follows the story of five members of the Stolen Generation, each navigating a world that has sought to erase their cultural identity. But what does that story say to an audience in 2024? Director Ian Michael is at the helm for the newest production of Stolen. Along with actress Kartanya Maynard and p…
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Ninjas are awesome. They’re silent, they can turn invisible, and they can totally flip out and kill people, especially their mortal enemies…pirates. …or at least that is what popular culture would like you to believe. Were ninjas really as powerful as they are made out to be? Were they the ultimate silent assassins? Learn more about ninjas, real ni…
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Depending on how you define it, there were approximately 70 Roman Emperors. They were a mixed bag ranging from philosophers to the insane, from generals to children. Some were truly horrible, but some were actually pretty good at their job. In particular, there were five consecutive emperors who reigned during the peak of Pax Romana. Learn more abo…
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In this episode Ron interviews Gary Taubes, a renowned journalist, author, and Co-Founder of the Nutrition Science Initiative. Here Gary dives into his most recent book “Rethinking Diabetes: What Science Reveals About Diet, Insulin, and Successful Treatments”. In this interview Taubes also delves into the controversial world of dietary science, dis…
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On June 6, 1944, the largest amphibious landing in world history took place on the shore of Normandy, France. The allied forces called it D-Day. The landing marked the commencement of Operation Overlord, a strategic move that heralded the long-awaited opening of the second front in the European war. D-Day was the start of the most meticulously plan…
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When President John F. Kennedy set the objective of landing on the moon before the end of the 1960s, no one really knew what it entailed. The Apollo program involved many incredible feats of engineering, but perhaps the most impressive was the development of the Apollo Lunar Module. The Lunar Module was unlike any spacecraft before or since. It was…
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3 big ideas discussed in this episode: BIG IDEA #1: To provide clear insight into 4 core leadership themes with their common behavioral dynamics that derail many developing leaders. BIG IDEA #2: The importance of having a resource that helps increase leadership level self-awareness, supports ongoing personal growth and helps with anticipating and p…
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3 big ideas discussed in this episode: BIG IDEA #1: Dispelling the Myth: Cold Outbound is Dead, Doesn't Work, Is only for Scammers BIG IDEA #2: Differentiate Yourself: Creating a unique Value Proposition and Value-Based Outreach BIG IDEA #3: Why even bother with outbound and changing industry trends Enjoy the interview Get the show notes for this e…
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Located between Mexico and Columbia, in a strategic area connecting the Atlantic and the Pacific, is the region we call Central America. The countries that makeup Central America were mostly former Spanish colonies, but unlike other Spanish colonies to the north and south, Central America wound up as a series of small countries rather than one big …
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A few weeks ago, I was invited to a gala dinner at the National Theatre. The host of my table, Yana Peel, said she was sitting me next to a young filmmaker who had recently won a BAFTA. Then I met an artist whose work had just been exhibited at Hauser & Wirth Gallery in Los Angeles, and is about to be shown at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art…
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Money is a very strange thing. All of us use it. We spend it, earn it, and save it. We know it when we see it. Yet, even some of the world’s best economists have a very hard time defining it. It has been around for thousands of years, yet innovation is still being made with it today. Learn more about the history of money, how it came about, and how…
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A common occurrence at many universities is that they have contentious relationships with their local community. This is not a recent development. It is something that has existed ever since universities were developed. The relationship between colleges and local towns was probably at its worst in 1355 when an outbreak of violence occurred at Oxfor…
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Have you ever wanted to do more with your life? Have you felt called to have a greater vision and stop playing small? Have you ever wanted to make your life count by influencing other people? Join us in this latest episode of 'Hearing God' as we unpack Deborah's story in the Bible, how she heard God, and how it can apply to your life. Deborah didn'…
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The month of June was originally called Iunius by the Romans. It originally had 29 days and was the fourth month of the year. Today, it has 30 days, and it is the sixth month of the year. It used to be a bad omen to be married in June, and now it is the most popular month to be married in. However, despite all the changes in June, there is one thin…
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In the 1960s, a Gurindji boy was adopted under government policy by a white English family and taken to live in a remote hamlet in the UK. He spent the rest of his life there – struggling with displacement, identity and isolation until he died in police detention. ‘The Other Side of Me’ is a production by NT Dance Company based off 30 letters and p…
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In this episode of Primary Care Cures, Ron dives into the world of healthcare inefficiency with special guests Ashok Subramanian CEO of Centivo and Dr. Jane Sailer, Medical Director of Centivo. The crux of the issue? The glaring inefficiencies that leave clinicians with only a fraction of the compensation they rightfully deserve while large corpora…
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In August of 1964, an event occurred off the waters of North Vietnam that would have repercussions that would echo in US foreign policy for decades. Two alleged confrontations between US Navy vessels and North Vietnamese ships set off a chain of events that resulted in a dramatic escalation in the United States' involvement in Vietnam and a subsequ…
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