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Today in the EU is the first daily podcast dedicated to politics and policy in the European Union. Every morning at 6 am, hosts Evi Kiorri and Giada Santana, in conversation with Euractiv’s specialised journalists, discuss the latest in the EU bubble. Tune in to be informed about what is going on in the EU, in less than fifteen minutes. The podcast covers a wide range of topics, including EU politics and institutions, elections, shifts in political power among EU parties (EPP, PES, ALDE, GUE ...
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Digital Hotpot

Alberto&Giada

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Hotpot, 火锅(huoguo) is a typical Chinese dish: different ingredients are cooked in hot (spicy) water and some sauces. People eat hotpot all together as a ritual. Digital Hotpot wants to follow this philosophy: in each episode we will add more ingredients, talking about China, doing business with China and digital ecosystem. Travel with us across China and enjoy your meal! - Alberto & Giada
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Food network star Giada De Laurentiis finally answers the question she hears most often: “How do you stay so trim?” Her new cookbook, “Feel Good Food,” reveals her secrets for staying fit and feeling great while eating healthy, delicious food. Giada and moderator Alton Brown discuss the book and the special iBooks Author version with expanded features and functions.
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This is Here's A Crazy Story, a podcast where we tell wild true stories.Join award-losing journalists Robyn Vinter, Rik Worth and Abigail Fenton as we delve into the most incredible true stories we can find, with some laughs along the way.Send us your own crazy stories to crazystory@theovertake.com and follow us on Instagram @heresacrazystory.Producer: Giada OrigliaMusic: Anders BothenArtwork: Ebony Rose-Ellis Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Let's Learn Italian Fast & Fun - Impara l'Italiano

Istituto Linguistico Mediterraneo - Italian Language School

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Learn the Italian language and culture together with our teachers Giada, Alessio, Ileana and Antonio. Discover with us not only how to learn to speak Italian in an easy and fun way, but also all aspects of life and culture in Italy: wine, food, music, culture, .... Learn Italy with us! Take part of one of our Italian courses! Our Italian language and culture courses run all year round in Pisa. In Viareggio, a seaside resort, we run Italian courses only during the summer months. Visit our web ...
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Bringing to you the personal stories, experiences, and ideas from those who shape the dance field through autobiographical interviews. Hosted by Erin Carlisle Norton, Artistic Director of the NJ/NYC all-female dance company The Moving Architects. New interviews available every other week.
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Ever wondered how some freelancers build incredible, niche businesses from scratch? How did they figure it all out? Well, I've asked them. Do you fancy listening to expert guidance, real-life stories, and gritty tips from people who've seen it ALL? With the help of some brilliant guests, let's go back in time with people who spent years carving out a niche business. This is a place for you to find inspiration, guidance, tips, and advice from experienced freelancers. Let's Niche Upon A Star!
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What are the secrets behind some of the most successful women in the world? Each week designer Rebecca Minkoff talks to women from all walks of life, from CEOs to artists, and shows us what life is like without the pretty filters in order to help you navigate what it means to be vulnerable, how loss can make you stronger, and other ways to make your inner superwoman shine. Join us in being Superwomen, together! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/superwomen/support
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Trash-2-Cash

Trash-2-Cash

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Trash-2-Cash is an EU funded research project aiming to create new regenerated fibres from pre-consumer and post-consumer waste. It’s also pioneering a whole new way of developing materials. Find us on twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @eutrash2cash
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Food Network stars showcase dishes at the top of their must-try lists. With direct audio from the hit Food Network TV series, chefs and cooks that have mastered these eats give the lowdown on how they're made.Hungry for more Food Network? Go to discoveryplus.com/bestthing to start your free trial today. Terms apply. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Learner Lab

Trevor Ragan - The Learner Lab

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Each episode we focus on one topic that can help you become a better leader and learner. We do our best to keep it short, useful, and engaging. Whenever possible we bring in the experts to share their research and work.
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This podcast is for anyone interested in modern British political history from 1945 to 2010. The focus is generally going to be more on domestic policy and I plan to either interview someone knowledgeable each episode, or use a book, documentary etc as some fodder for discussion. My personal interest in this comes from being a longstanding modern British history enthusiast, with an interest in UK domestic affairs over the recent past. My rough aim is to put out a podcast every two months, bu ...
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The Guide Ness Podcast explores the joyful hope that exists and thrives in our world. Through the container of deeply connective conversations, story sharing and truth-telling, we explore the magic of our collective experiences. To celebrate our triumphs, learn from our trials and challenges and to share an alternative for the future we want to create collectively. Each episode is a small window into the lives of the people we connect with. Opening up spaces for deep heartfulness, presence a ...
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Hello again! This week, the lovely Giada Nizzoli, of Crafty Copy, is on the podcast. Giada is a former generalist copywriter, who with the right support and a dose of confidence, pivoted her business into brand messaging. Giada started charging for things she enjoyed so much, she'd previously done them for free. This episode is for you if you're in…
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The promise of halting migration to Europe has been at the heart of centre-right and far-right parties' election campaigns across the EU for June's elections. While the strategy worked and garnered wide public approval, voters are now expecting politicians to deliver and leaders are looking beyond the EU for solutions. In this episode, host Giada S…
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The European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) announced on Wednesday they've overtaken the liberal Renew group to become the third-largest political group in the European Parliament. This shake-up impacts the negotiations for EU top jobs as - at least in theory - it makes the ECR entitled to one of them. But is ECR really interested in one of the…
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France's budget has breached EU fiscal rules, according to the European Commission’s latest report. In response, the Elysée has until September to present a plan to quell Brussels’s fears over its growing budget deficit and its high levels of debt. The excessive deficit procedure's timing could not be worse — France is going through an unexpected p…
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The work of the new EU legislature unofficially kicks off in Brussels as per the post-election choreography. Freshly elected members of the European Parliament are now confronted with the choice to join existing political groups or form new ones. Groups have less than a month, until July 15th, to recruit newcomers and get re-grouped for the first E…
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Sabrina Rudin, founder of Spring Cafe Aspen, has always lived life on her own terms, following her intuition, and not afraid to raise a few eyebrows along the way. After college, Sabrina followed her heart to Aspen to become a ski instructor and eventually opened her organic, plant-based restaurant, Spring Cafe. While Sabrina had no previous restau…
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Members of the EU now have to respect legally binding targets, regarding national efforts to restore degraded land and sea ecosystems, compiling with the newly endorsed Nature Restoration Law. It was highly politically controversial, with the text risking failing to be approved multiple times in the past few months. Austrian Environment Minister Le…
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Today, the heads of state and government of the 27 European Union member states will meet at an informal European Council dinner, and one of the topics on the agenda will be who will take the EU top jobs. The meeting comes at a crucial time, just after the European Parliament Elections which have shaken up the balance of power and will see new, and…
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The European Commission announced new trade tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles on Wednesday (12 June), in the hope of opening negotiations with China. So far, the anticipated decision has only managed to irk Beijing's ire. Will Europe’s move trigger an expensive domino effect for its industrial market? In this episode, host Giada Santana and econ…
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Farmers and the agricultural sector were one of the key issues in the political debate before the European elections. With the vote now behind us, we’re looking into what the new parliamentary composition means for the sector in this mandate. Who will sit on the Agri committee and will the electoral promises to farmers be kept? To shed some light o…
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Welcome back, this week we're talking to Ayo Abbas. Ayo is a built environment specialist, with a marketing agency that works with a very particular target audience. She talks about how she set up her business, worked on making a name for herself within a niche, and how to thrive in a more 'traditional' sector. This episode is for you if you're int…
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Despite a series of recent scandals, Germany's far-right AfD party achieved its best national result in history in the European elections on Sunday (9 June). However, the internal situation doesn’t look as rosy: AfD's lead candidate Maximilian Krah, implicated in various scandals, will not be included in its EU delegation, as the party hopes this c…
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With Lefty's Right Mind celebrating seven years of business success, Danielle Becker, CEO and Founder, can't believe moments like her first event with Derek Jeter were just stepping stones. Danielle has always been a creative. Even while working in corporate America as a graphic designer, she kept following her passion. Initially beginning as a hob…
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On Sunday night, Emmanuel Macron called for snap elections. The decision follows the European election results, which confirmed the victory of Rassemblement National and the clear defeat of the president’s party, Renaissance. Can Macron's surprise political gamble halt the growing success of the far right? In this episode, host Giada Santana and re…
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More than 360 million European citizens had the right to vote in this weekend's European Parliament elections. Across Europe, the overall turnout was around 51%, and the results had knock-on effects on individual countries. Who were the big winners according to the latest exit polls, who were the losers, what happens with the non-affiliated, and in…
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European elections often reflect national concerns. Slovakia, Czechia, Latvia and Malta are no exception. In this episode, journalists Aneta Zachova, Liene Lusite and Alice Taylor explain turnout trends, projections and what drives the electoral campaign in the latest countries to close their polls.By Euractiv
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On the second day of the European elections, the Irish and the Czech went to the polls to decide who they want to represent them in the upcoming European Parliament. Although the turnout in Ireland was relatively high, the exit polls weren’t published, while the Czechs will be voting today as well. To better understand how the Irish voted, what the…
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The European elections have officially started. Yesterday, around 44 percent of Dutch citizens went to the ballot to cast their vote. We're here with the latest polls, projected seats, and all the highlights from last night. We're joined in the European Parliament by Rene Moerland, Euractiv’s publisher, with comments from Bas Eickhout, Spitzenkandi…
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Today is the first day of the European elections, with citizens heading to the polls to determine who will sit in the new European Parliament, starting in the Netherlands and continuing in other EU countries until Sunday 9th of June. As the elections start, we present the latest projections from our polling partner, Europe Elects, on voting trends,…
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This week, EU citizens will decide who will sit in the European Parliament for the next five years. Continuing our election coverage, today we’re focusing on the EU parties, the big political families behind our national ones, and their challenges. Who are these parties exactly and what are the obstacles they face? To understand better who the big …
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This episode is sponsored by Magnum Ice Cream. More is more with Magnum ice cream. Follow @magnumicecream on Instagram and Twitter and @magnumicecreamUS on Facebook. Find Magnum ice cream at retailers nationwide and at ⁠magnumicecream.com⁠. Despite being British-born, Jessel Taank, fashion publicist and RHONY star, considers herself first and forem…
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Hello again! This week we've got Mark Masters, founder of You Are The Media. Mark's enthusiasm, willingness to try anything and all-round inclusive spirit is infectious. He's a ball of energy, telling the story of how he spent 10 years growing a newsletter into a giant freelancer community. This episode is great if you want to: Learn how deliberate…
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If 'Bad English' has become the unofficial language of the European Union, it is in large part because its building blocks are acronyms, abbreviations, and insider references that have turned communication among politicians, analysts, and lobbyists in Brussels into an obscure and dense vernacular. Euractiv's Global Europe editor Alexandrea Brzozows…
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When Decisions are Commitments with Rachel Damon Joining us today is Rachel Damon, a choreographer, theatrical designer, performer, and co-founder and artistic director of Synapse Arts, a Chicago-based dance theater company. Rachel's self-made career is a testament to her multidisciplinary talents, blending onstage and backstage roles to create dyn…
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With the EU elections just days away, speculations about the EU Commissioners are growing louder. If the new European Commission president is selected by July, they'll have the summer to form their College of Commissioners from the nominated candidates. But who is staying, who is going, and who are the new entries? To understand better what is happ…
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Diplomats are racing against time to open negotiations on Ukraine’s accession to the European Union before Hungary takes over the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU on 1 July. Hungary, whose leader Viktor Orban has close ties to Russia, might try to kill or stall the deal. Will EU member states succeed? Global Europe’s editor Alexandra Br…
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The current EU Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights, Luxembourg's Nicolas Schmit, is touring EU member states to rally support for socialist parties and strengthen his party's standing ahead of June's EU elections. Our politics reporter Max Griera, who followed Schmit on the campaign trail, joined us to explain what happened during the tour and …
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Welcome back to Niche Upon A Star! Let's get bonkers. This week it's Fearless Business coach Robin Waite. Robin is a super-successful business coach who achieves mind-boggling results. He's number one on Google for 'business coach,' he runs a six-figure business and has another six-figure side hustle. Before you think 'Wait a minute, this all sound…
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As the European Parliament elections approach, the Greens are broadening their focus beyond environmental policies to address issues that resonate more with the general electorate, like security, defence, and housing. They are also positioning themselves as the sole alternative to the far-right, which has heavily politicised climate change in a bid…
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Around the globe, the number of citizens who show unwavering support for democracy is on the rise but there are also more and more of those voting for leaders who may undermine democracy. Today, for the first time ever, more than half of the global population supports such leaders. We spoke to United Nations Development Programme's Pedro Conceiçao …
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Four Dutch parties, including Geert Wilders’ far-right Party for Freedom, have agreed on a government programme emphasising nationalism and a tougher stance on Europe. They plan to seek opt-outs from some European policies, particularly migration, despite knowing these efforts will likely fail. Does this mean they’re going for a strategy of confron…
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Candidates across the political spectrum are meeting twice this week to confront their adversaries and share on a public stage,their vision for Europe. So, what did they have to say about the state of the EU economy, and what are their priorities for the next mandate? In the latest episode of Today in the EU, we sat down with Euractiv’s Economy Rep…
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Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico was shot five times on 15 May in an assassination attempt that shocked Europe. The attack has brought the issue of violence against politicians back into the discourse and raised some questions about Slovakia as well: What is the current state of the Slovak political scene and how can stability be achieved? To …
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As Israel widens the scope of its invasion of Gaza to the southern city of Rafah, four EU countries might soon officially recognize the state of Palestine, in line with the long-touted proposal for a 'two-state solution' to the Israel-Palestine conflict. It is hard to tell whether the move will have any positive effect on ceasefire negotiations. Eu…
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The Deeper Meaning of Dance, Dance and Emerging Technology, and Navigating an Economy that Exploits Dancers with Sydney Skybetter Creating a successful career as a dancer in a world where there are few opportunities to thrive is particularly challenging. However, today’s guest has created a fascinating career for himself in the world of academia, r…
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The Pfizergate scandal broke in 2021, revealing that during the pandemic, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen had negotiated a contract for 1.8 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla via mobile phone texts that remain undisclosed to this day. Today, the case returns to the Belgian courts but the lingering questi…
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has started touring member states to rally support for her second mandate and strengthen relationships with national centre-right leaders. The latest visits were to Split, Croatia, and the Italian capital Rome. Our politics reporter Max Griera, who followed von der Leyen across Europe for four days…
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North Macedonia, one of the six Western Balkans EU hopefuls, inched closer towards membership of the European Union after accession talks were launched in July 2020. But the country’s newly elected president, hailing from the nationalist VMRO party, which won the parliamentary election this month, refused to use the country's official name at her i…
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