Best Grain podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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In-depth analysis and commentary on a variety of matters — political, economic, social, and cultural — important to progressive and radical thinking and activism. Against the Grain is co-produced and co-hosted by Sasha Lilley and C.S. Soong.
The Against the Grain Podcast, A woodworking podcast discussing the task at hand
Against the Grain Podcast
Against the Grain
National Journal Politics Editor Josh Kraushaar hosts the sharpest minds in Washington for no-BS conversations about what’s really happening inside the Beltway and on the campaign trail.
The audio supplement to "Against The Grain - Linking Publishers, Vendors and Librarians" Against the Grain is your key to the latest news about libraries, publishers, book jobbers, and subscription agents. Our goal is to link publishers, vendors, and librarians by reporting on the issues, literature, and people that impact the world of books and journals.
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This charming book for children is full of interesting facts about all sorts of plants, insects, birds and animals and how they all help to enrich the soil for farmers - each in its own special way. Join our narrator, The Grain of Dust on a fascinating journey around the planet to meet them. "I don't want you to think that I'm boasting, but I do believe I'm one of the greatest travellers that ever was; and if anybody, living or dead, has ever gone through with more than I have I'd like to he ...
Against The Grain
Against The Grain is The View with 3 black comedians.​ No topic is too real, no conversation is too controversial, nothing is off topic. Follow us as we debate, sift through the topical BS, keep it light or make it heavy. What you hear is our thoughts, just what we're feeling at the time!
Check often for updates from directors, delegates, and GFO staff.
Podcast by Canadian National Railway Company
This Week in Grain is a newsletter written by John Payne, senior market analyst with Daniels Trading in Chicago. The podcast accompanies the newsletter by giving subscribers bi-daily updates on the open and close of the grain trading day. No longer do you need to “tune in” to your local radio or TV station to see what is going on in the markets at that moment. Just click “subscribe” and you will have market updates delivered to you automatically on your phone, up to 10 times a week. This is ...
Against the Grain Radio Show is hosted by Al "Mr.Fademup" Dillapree sr., Managing Editor, Senior Writer for Against the Grain magazine, and co-hosts are DOC and Natalie Monnie. This radio show was created specifically for the barbering industry professionals. We are focused on all elements and dynamics of the barbershop experience. Against the Grain radio is on the cutting edge of exposing new exciting techniques and trends. Against the Grain radio delivers a high quality radio blog with edu ...
Millers Grain House
"ENCOURAGEMENT IN THE KITCHEN" with Donna Miller "Preparing you and your kitchen with tools, tips, skills and encouragement."
Grading Grain
This podcast reviews the official USDA procedures for inspecting grains standardized under the United State Grain Standards Act for grade.
Against The Grain
Join Guardshack Jack, The World Champion Chet Walker, and Ya Boy Lavoy for Against The Grain! They'll give their insights on pop culture, politics, news, music, movies, and so much more!
Two government workers - McGibbon and Crinks - on an unscripted mission to meet people who make their dreams a reality, no matter how obscure.
We need to allow God the opportunity to change the grain of mistakes and failures in our lives..
Grain to Plate
Podcast by Grain To Plate
Against the Grain
Join me as we build a bakery, a community, and a relationship around bread.
Grain of Salt
Need help with dating and relationships? Listen as Aidan Avery, Mark Speener and Chantel Jessee answer questions and delve into diverse topics.
Review and commentary of The Mustard Seed Blog
Grapes and Grain
Join two semi-professional boozehounds, Tiney and Laura, as they drink their way to becoming certified beer judge and master sommelier. Each episode of Grapes and Grain looks at one topic through both beer goggles and rosé-colored glasses to see how the libations are similar and how they’re different. Grab a drink, tune in and join the party.New episodes every Tuesday Boozeday.
With the Grain
The Grain of Truth Network is a monthly comedy show podcast in the style of a digital radio station which blends surreal segments with current event satire.
Against the Grain
"Against the Grain" is a monthly podcast on arts, literature, media, culture, and education, hosted by Mike Lindgren. Based in Jersey City, NJ.
This new and informative programme airs weekly on a Monday morning and features Andrew Dewing of Dewing Grain, well known for his thorough research and keen insights, informing farmers about the latest market news and demystifying the process of grain trading.
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The answer is we don’t know yet but there may be a mechanism to explain how it theoretically could be anti-inflammatory and possibly helpful for autoimmune disease. Today I spoke with Dr. Paul O’Connor who recently published some very interesting work on anti-inflammatory effects of baking soda -- something that you probably have in your fridge ...…
Fasting is becoming more and more popular nowadays and is being promoted for everything from obesity, diabetes, cancer and now diseases of immune dysregulation. There are many forms including prolonged water fasts, fasting mimicking diets, intermittent fasting and time restricted eating. There is no strong research I know of supporting the use ...…
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Republican strategist and CNN contributor Doug Heye joins National Journal's Politics Editor Josh Kraushaar to weigh in on the "Never Trump" movement, how the party has evolved since its inception, and what the party is doing to prepare for the midterms.
Why was neoliberalism devised and introduced? What impact did the so-called Third World debt crisis have on poorer countries? Why have capitalists gone on what Vijay Prashad [1] calls an investment strike? The historian, journalist, and author connects the dots in a working document entitled “In the Ruins of the Present.” (Encore presentation.) ...…
The Kurds are the ultimate stateless people, living in a region spanning Syria, Turkey, Iran and Iraq. For decades leftwing Kurds struggled to create their own ethnic state. But in recent decades, the leadership of the Kurdish freedom movement embraced a form of anarchism, in which they rejected states altogether, and have been building such a ...…
Addressing mass incarceration and repressive policing in the U.S. is a daunting task. Jonathan Simon [1] believes that invoking human dignity, and the need to respect dignity, can fuel efforts to change the direction of the carceral state. (Encore presentation.) Sharon Dolovich and Alexandra Natapoff, eds., The New Criminal Justice Thinking [2] ...…
This week Andrew is joined by Rob Mutimer fresh from him and his wife Helen winning Pig Farmer of the Year at the Farmer's Weekly Awards. Rob talks about his parents campaigning for people to eat British pork, how he has grown his butchery business Farm to Fork supplying restaurants and pubs across East Anglia alongside supplying Waitrose and h ...…
Embracing the contradictions in crafting art, community, and bread. Plus, what the opening days have been like, and our progress leading up to next weekend’s grand opening of the bakery. Let’s be Bread Friends: @RebelBreadDenver //
Ben Domenech, publisher of The Federalist, joins National Journal's Politics Editor Josh Kraushaar for a candid conversation on the cultural phenomenon of Donald Trump, and his surprising assessment of Paul Ryan and Mike Pence. Domenech, who is married to Meghan McCain, also shares his thoughts about the late Sen. John McCain's legacy and insid ...…
The Environmental Protection Agency is tasked with safeguarding the public from toxic exposure. But Jonathan Latham, executive director of the Bioscience Research Project, says that The Poison Papers -- an enormous trove of documents -- indicate that the EPA and the chemical industry often work hand in hand to mislead us into thinking that toxi ...…
Can we understand gender relations in today’s neoliberal world without understanding colonialism? As Raka Ray [1] points out, colonialism put in place new understandings about gender and gender relations, many of which continue to affect how people in countries like India think and interact and are governed. Colonialism and its legacies have al ...…
Your tipsy Texan hosts take a trip down under and create bucket list of boozy must-dos in anticipation of Laura's move to Australia.
We’re often told that the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians rises out of a unique historical situation. But the dispossession of the Palestinians, rather than being exceptional, has strong echoes in other historical dispossessions. Gary Fields discusses the enclosure of the lands of the English peasantry, Native Americans, and ...…
This week Claire heads down to the John Innes Centre, our local world-renowned agricultural science centre, to meet Professor Cristobal Uauy to find out all about the wheat genome which after 13 years of work by scientists across the globe was finally published this summer. Professor Uauy tells Claire all about how this incredible detailed mapp ...…
Carrie Ann Crozier, Senior Director Supply Chain discusses how CN is gearing up for winter.
Our bakery is open, new things are unfolding, and the story of Rebel Bread is changing. Join me every Sunday beginning October 14 for weekly updates and conversations as Rebel Bread enters the Denver food scene. It’s the ongoing story of a passion for bread, a millennial bakery startup, and the search for what food can teach us about community ...…
Episode 33 sharping, poly, and saw blades.
To know what the progressive movement is thinking, look to Neera Tanden, president and CEO of the Center for American Progress. Sitting down with Politics Editor Josh Kraushaar, she shares her thoughts on Brett Kavanaugh, what it means for the midterms and beyond, and whether Joe Biden will run.
The spiritual pioneer, writer, and teacher Ram Dass on how to embrace aging, changing, and dying.
Alan Watts on the fundamentals of Buddhism, plus a talk he gave called “Insight and Ecstasy.”
Celebrities — they're drunk like us! Tiney and Laura bust out some questionable karaoke after taking tequila shots and discussing actors, athletes and bands that have their own beer or wine. Plus, an interview with singer/songwriter and indie music sensation Sarah Jaffe, who created her own beer in 2018.…
Show Notes: Visit Flora Fauna Wines on the web: Check out a couple of our favorite wines from the Flora Fauna portfolio here, here and here. Taste wine from Flora Fauna at Current, Pago and We Olive (among many other joints). All music provided by Broke for Free.
“Polishing the Mirror,” by the influential spiritual seeker and teacher Ram Dass, has been turned into an audiobook.
This week Andrew meets with Jimmy Grey, Norfolk’s favourite haulier who established his company in 1980, to talk about the reality of delays and their impact on deliveries. Jimmy gives his thoughts on multi-tasking, the future for hauliers post Brexit and the challenges of technology. The Dewing Grain market report for week commencing 01/10/201 ...…
Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States helped reshape how we understand this country's past -- telling the stories of the oppressed, not just the oppressors. Zinn and actor Matt Damon read from his classic work.
“The Long Shadow,” a documentary film written and directed by Frances Causey, investigates the history and legacies of slavery and anti-Black racism in the U.S.
Everything you need to know about Syrah and the indomitable India Pale Ale. OK, maybe not everything, but some good stuff.
“The Long Shadow,” a documentary film written and directed by Frances Causey, investigates the history and legacies of slavery and anti-Black racism in the U.S.
On today’s podcast we feature the audio from a webcast aired live on August 22, 2018 titled “ATG Health Sciences Special Issue Panel Discussion”. Leah Hinds, Executive Director of the Charleston Conference is joined by three of our featured article authors for a discussion of the upcoming September issue of Against the Grain. “The (Not So) Acci ...…
A look at shipping demand and how grain is moving so far
In this week’s podcast Andrew talks to Charles Bracey, a Norfolk farmer turned developer who realised there were more hours in the day than farming required and turned his strategic approach to house renovation and subsequently development. He has a fascinating take on diversification and spending your time wisely as well as seeing things with ...…
Dušan Husár is a Slovakian cinematographer who recently shot his first feature film Domestik (dir. Adam Sedlák) which premiered and competed in the main selection in Karlovy Vary Film Festival. We talk about his approach to shooting, commercial work, music videos and much more!
Episode #32 we discuss getting started in woodworking, on the machinery side. If you had a couple of thousand dollars, what tools should you get started with. Table saw, band saw, or maybe even a track saw. Listen in to see our thoughts on this and find out why Freddy goes missing.
The banana is a ubiquitous and comforting staple of the American kitchen, yet its history is anything but benign. And, as a documentary film illustrates, one simple fruit illuminates so much about the history of capitalism and imperialism in the Western hemisphere. We feature highlights from the film “When Banana Ruled”.…
"The Long Shadow," a documentary film written and directed by Frances Causey, investigates the history and legacies of slavery and anti-Black racism in the U.S.
Welcome to Texas, y'all! Tiney and Laura offer a guided tour of their native state's history with booze, the popular regions and cities, and personal brewery and winery recommendations.
This year is the 50th anniversary of 1968, a stand in for the explosive movements of the 60s and 70s. Christina Gerhardt discusses those movements through a German lens, many of which exploded on the scene a mere decade and a half after the defeat of the Nazis and into a society deeply marked by fascism. She reflects on the rise of the New Left ...…
This week Andrew meets with Jamie Lockhart, Farm Manager of Honingham Thorpe Farms. They discuss what it's like to market as a farm manager, Jamie's slightly unusual approach of factoring options into his budget and how he runs his successful on-farm storage. The Dewing Grain market report for the week commencing 17/09/2018 gives Andrew’s lates ...…
Liquor is quicker, indeed. Imbibe five different whiskies with Tiney, Laura and Robert Likarish of Ironroot Republic Distillery.
Tiney and Laura welcome Robert Likarish, co-founder and distiller at Ironroot Republic Distillery, into the studio to chat about two not-so-distant relatives of beer and wine: whiskey and brandy.
Hi everyone, this is Leah Hinds, Executive Director of the Charleston Conference, and I’d like to welcome Beth Marhanka and Don Undeen to the ATG podcast! Beth is Interim Associate University Librarian for User Services and Engagement, and Head of the Gelardin New Media Center and MakerHub at Georgetown University. Don is Adjunct Faculty, Commu ...…
This week Andrew meets with Poul Hoveson, Farm and Estate Manager at Salle Farms and Farming Director of Holkham Estate, to talk about Brexit, subsidies and the opportunities available to British farmers. The Dewing Grain market report for the week commencing 10/09/2018 gives Andrew’s latest insights into the markets and in Farmchat Andrew is j ...…
There are few Democratic guests with more expertise about the legal and political storms President Trump is facing than Matt Miller. A longtime adviser to former Attorney General Eric Holder and top political aide to Sen. Chuck Schumer, Miller offers his perspective on everything from Trump's legal predicament, Judge Kavanaugh's Supreme Court p ...…
In episode #30 we spoke with Paul Jasper about design and execution. This on Episode #31 Freddy is back from vacations and wants to dive a little deeper into design.
What is "good" beer or wine, anyway? Tiney and Laura debate what defines a quality beverage and why the price you're paying for that bottle may or may not be worth it.
An overview of the canola processing industry in Western Canada
Fresh from our launch at the Aylsham Show, join us for episode 2 of the Dewing Grain Podcast. Andrew's guest this week is David Eudall, Market Intelligence Partnerships Manager at AHDB. This week, following his market report for the week commencing 03/09/2018, Andrew talks to David Eudall about volatility and risk management tools. In Farmchat ...…
Sugarhouse Distillery is located at 2212 S. West Temple Unit #14 in SLC or on the web at You can vote for us in the City Weekly Best of Utah poll here! All music provided by Broke for Free.
Martin Faltejsek is a photographer who despite his age has already succeeded multiple times in Czech Press Photo, was nominated to World Press Photo, had multiple exhibitions and worked with major clients such as Hermés, BMW.. We talk about his personal auto-portrait project, cameras, shooting weddings for living and much more.http://martinfalt ...…
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