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Backrow radio is all about me show casing my own personal sound. I am very lucky to have played rugby for a number of years at the highest level and have always used music to help me focus, prepare and motivate. For the last 4 years I have been a DJ, and been really lucky to play a large number of gigs. Most of these are playing very commercial house which is great, but I wanted to create a radio show/podcast that was all about the kind of music that I love, and would want to train, party an ...
 
Haskell Weekly covers the Haskell progamming language. Listen to professional software developers discuss using functional programming to solve real-world business problems. Each episode uses a conversational two-host format and runs for about 15 minutes.
 
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Dr. Erin Podcast

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Dr. Erin Podcast

Dr. Erin Fall Haskell D.D.

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The Trauma & Recovery with Dr. Erin Podcast is a top podcast to help you transform your trauma and recover your true self. Hosted by Dr. Erin, Doctor of Divinity and the creator of the E4 Trauma Method®, a life-changing subconscious process, She is a world-renowned spiritual leader, master coach, best-selling author, and the 2020 Walden Wisdom award winner next to Oprah. Forbes nominated her as “11 Of The Most Inspirational Female Entrepreneurs To Watch On Instagram.” Join our Self-Coaching ...
 
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410 Sports Talk

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410 Sports Talk

James Haskell and Glenn Martin

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Sports are in everything we do and everywhere we go. They enter places of business and dinner conversations of every kind. 410 Sports Talk is a fans commentary on sports, all sports; Baseball, Basketball, Football, MMA, maybe even golf. Coming to you from Baltimore, Maryland we give you our raw, emotionally driven, hilarious and sometimes unpopular opinions on the local teams while also covering those national headlines that are dominating your office, barbershop or break-room during the wee ...
 
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Capitalisn't

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Capitalisn't

University of Chicago Podcast Network

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Is capitalism the engine of destruction or the engine of prosperity? On this podcast we talk about the ways capitalism is—or more often isn’t—working in our world today. Hosted by Vanity Fair contributing editor, Bethany McLean and world renowned economics professor Luigi Zingales, we explain how capitalism can go wrong, and what we can do to fix it. Cover photo attributions: https://www.chicagobooth.edu/research/stigler/about/capitalisnt
 
Superstar couple James Haskell and Chloe Madeley are today's modern agony aunts. Each week they will give their own unique perspective on what it's really like to be in a relationship - from bedroom antics, to PDA's, to life in a relationship during lockdown and beyond. Send us your questions, comments and stories on @CouplesQuarantinePod or cqquestions@jameshaskell.org for James and Chloe to answer. And don't be shy - send us your juiciest stories, your other half's most annoying habits or ...
 
2 hours of the hottest dance music brought to you from Toolroom head honcho Mark Knight. Including only but the best in underground dance music of right now and AAA weekly guests on the show. Toolroom Radio is your perfect house music fix. Lets get into it.
 
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Forward Thinking

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Forward Thinking

McKinsey Global Institute

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Forward Thinking examines groundbreaking ways in which the world is evolving and how people and organizations can respond to changing demands and technologies. In each episode theorists, innovators, and business leaders discuss global trends—technology, artificial intelligence, globalization, urbanization, climate change, and more—with hosts Michael Chui and Janet Bush of the McKinsey Global Institute.
 
A weekly podcast, that dives deep into the love/hate relationship with Work! Hosted by Matt Kerr, an educator, writer and filmmaker and John Brancaccio, a Producer, Director, and Creator. This star duo research and interview thought leaders, global workers, authors, and celebs to help our listeners better navigate the world of work! Join us on our 40-year career journey as we put a spotlight on the fun insanity of ‘work’ New episodes drop every Monday and Wednesday!
 
Southwest Michigan is rich in history, as the region contains the second wave of twelve counties organized in the State in 1829. The stories encapsulate pioneer triumphs and tragedy, amazing events and resilient, enterprising and passionate people. The region developed along the Territorial Roads, connecting the first land routes between Detroit and Chicago, which later brought with it the railroads and modern highways. Starting from the Battle Creek regional area, and branching out from the ...
 
Concert Cast is a travel podcast exploring Concert Culture. The show weaves personal stories and interviews with venue owners, bands & fans to learn more about each state's live music scene. Concert culture is travel-centric and every venue has a voice, so let us go and listen. Created & Hosted by Kyle Lamont.
 
Headstrong is a podcast hosted by actor and producer Louis Strong. In engaging discussions with a variety of well-known individuals in the public eye, not only do we chat about their upbringings, their drives and careers, they also discuss their vulnerabilities to inspire the listener to understand what it means to be Headstrong: to believe in themselves, to talk about their vulnerabilities and reinforce their self-worth. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/headstrongpodcast. See ac ...
 
Carly Wilford uncovers sounds from across the electronic dance music spectrum, blended with mixes and interviews from some of the worlds most respected artists. With the likes of Boys Noize, India Jordan, LCY & Shy FX on past shows, she brings forward a new wave of versatile & transformative beats.
 
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Before serving as Horticulturist of Haskell Public Gardens, Mc Cullin was the Senior Horticulturalist at The Native Plant Trusts Garden in the Woods. Prior to that, McCullin was selected as a Garden Club of America and Royal Society of Horticulture Scholar to intern at a variety of important public gardens in the UK. She also served as an apprentic…
 
[caption id="attachment_380350" align="alignnone" width="893"] We feature David Haskell discussing his latest book in the second hour of today's show[/caption] On today's July 4th holiday broadcast: 0:08 Historian Adam Hochschild joins us to discuss the Americans who volunteered to fight fascism before defeating it was the policy of their country. …
 
The Haskell Home Orphanage was built in 1894 in Battle Creek Michigan, under the guidance of Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, and funded by Caroline Haskell, and widow who had visited the Sanitarium and wanted to contribute to the community. The model for the building was featured at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893 when it was being con…
 
The Magic Mike Show guys preview & give their tickets for Saturday's all-stakes Late Pick 4 at Monmouth Park on the 2022 Haskell Stakes Preview Day. Hot Rod Charlie returns from his second-place finish in the 2022 Dubai World Cup, but how worried are they about the dreaded "Dubai bounce" factor? Tell us YOUR thoughts in the Comments section! Full l…
 
When it comes to corporate rulebreaking, data from 2002 to 2016 reveals that the US government arranged more than 400 "deferred protection agreements" as a means of deterrence. Under these, a company acknowledges what it did was wrong, pays a fine, promises not to misbehave for a period of time -- and thus is largely let off the hook. Columbia Law …
 
In Animal Care in Japanese Tradition: A Short History (Association for Asian Studies, 2022), Brecher offers a brief overview of animals in Japanese culture and society from ancient times to the 1950s. Brecher questions common assumptions about the treatment and care of animals in Japan, correcting ahistorical understandings of the human-animal rela…
 
Guests: Ed Begley Jr., Josh Gondleman Actor and activist Ed Begley, Jr. returns to discuss the final season of Better Call Saul, his work on Queer As Folk, and some simple steps to reduce your carbon footprint. Comedian and writer Josh Gondleman talks with us about his first stand-up special, PEOPLE PLEASER, available on several VOD platforms.…
 
Battle Creek Michigan has been the home to many music legends. Some have been forgotten with time, and others still have their music played today in popular culture. Del Shannon was famous for his #1 song 'Runaway', as was Junior 'Shotgun' Walker and the All Stars had several hits on the R&B Charts. Much of their music is still popular, and some of…
 
I recently got an email from Jeff Shrager, who said he'd been working hard to solve a mystery about some famous code. Eliza, the chatbot, was built in 1964, and she didn't answer questions like Alexa or Siri. She asked questions. She was a therapist chatbot and quickly became famous after being described in a 1964 paper. But here is the mystery. We…
 
We are not what we think we are. Our self-image as natural individuated subjects is determined behind our backs: historically by political forces, cognitively by the language we use, and neurologically by sub-personal mechanisms, as revealed by scientific and philosophical analyses. Under contemporary capitalism, as the gap between this self-image …
 
Author Amberrose Hammond joins me on the podcast to talk about her book that will be released in August: Mysterious Michigan. We discuss Michigan legends, ghost stories, the Spiritualism movement, and some other tales of the macabre. She gives us insight into some of the interesting stories in her new book, as well as some from here other published…
 
What if… You were able to be the Master of Energy of Your Life? What if you were able to walk through life with total clarity? What if you were able to achieve powerful results in the four areas of your life? What if you were able to love unconditionally, never making anyone wrong, seeing everyone in their perfection and simply following your bliss…
 
John Stewart Barry was elected the State of Michigan's 4th Governor in 1842, and served until 1846. He was again elected in 1850 where he became the 8th Governor. He is the only one in state history to serve three terms, and he is most noted for the expansion of the railroad, as well as the opening of the University of Michigan during his term. He …
 
“It’s been said there are three kinds of people in the world, those who can count and those who can’t count.” So reads a sentence in the book Innumeracy in the Wild: Misunderstanding and Misusing Numbers, published by Oxford University Press in 2020. The author of Innumeracy in the Wild is Ellen Peters, Philip H. Knight Chair and director of the Ce…
 
[caption id="attachment_383895" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Graphic from The Guardian [1]. "In more than half the states, abortion is now banned or under serious threat."[/caption] 0:08 - We continue our discussion on the consequences of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade with Jennifer Kerns, MD, MS, MPH and Associate Professo…
 
The Magic Mike Show guys preview Saturday's Late Pick 4 at Belmont Park, which includes the return of Charge It in the 2022 Dwyer Stakes. Tell us YOUR thoughts in the Comments section! Full livestream replay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsRtIOoeDEM https://RacingDudes.com is the destination site for all things horse racing and sports betting. W…
 
[caption id="attachment_383890" align="alignnone" width="600"] Members of the Save Mills College Coalition rally on June 30, 2022.[/caption] 0:08 - We discuss the recent admission of Sweden and Finland into NATO and its ramifications on nuclear armament with George Beebe, Director of Grand Strategy at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft…
 
Revisiting the Trek movie that brought the franchise screeching to a halt. Seán Ferrick presents 20 Things You Didn't Know About Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) Part 1... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, co-host Janet Bush talks to leading French economist Jean Pisani-Ferry. He holds the Tommaso Padoa Schioppa chair at the European University Institute. He's a senior fellow at Bruegel, the European think tank, and a nonresident senior fellow at the Peterson Institute in Wa…
 
From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2021) provides a b…
 
[caption id="attachment_383732" align="alignnone" width="894"] Christopher Soto joins us to discuss his new queer abolitionist poetry book, Diaries of a Terrorist[/caption] On today's show . . . 0:08 - We explore the latest in congressional hearings on the January 6th insurrection with John Nichols (@NicholsUprising [1]), national affairs correspon…
 
Erastus Hussey was an early pioneer in Michigan, originally from the New York. He first came to Michigan in 1824, and settled in the Plymouth Township area. He eventually married, and had a child, and then moved to Battle Creek in September 1838. First he was in the shoe repair manufacturing business, and also owned a grocery store. He later owned …
 
[caption id="attachment_383709" align="alignnone" width="653"] Last week's Colombia's elections led a leftist to the presidential seat for the first time | Wikimedia [1][/caption] 0:08 - Debriefing the watershed election from Colombia last week, which brought for the first time, a left wing government, we explore what it means to take office in a c…
 
The Magic Mike Show guys preview Thursday's Late Pick 5 at Gulfstream Park, which has a MANDATORY payout along with the Rainbow Pick 6 and the Super Hi-Five. The guys also rank the top 3-year-old males heading into Saratoga, and Mike has two first-time starters from Belmont Park worth watching in the future. Tell us YOUR thoughts in the Comments se…
 
In this episode, me and Eric Bond have a great conversation with Dan R.Ghica, a professor at Birmingham University and Director of the ProgrammingLanguage Research Lab of the Huaweii Research Centre Edinburgh. We talk about his work on both institutions, which includes topics such asCategory Theory, String Diagrams, and Game Semantics. We also brie…
 
In Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist (W. W. Norton, 2022), world-renowned primatologist Frans de Waal draws on decades of observation and studies of both human and animal behavior to argue that despite the linkage between gender and biological sex, biology does not automatically support the traditional gender roles in human soci…
 
[caption id="attachment_383545" align="alignnone" width="898"] The Supreme Court has ruled against federal protection of the right to an abortion | Fibonacci Blue [1][/caption] 0:08 – John Feffer (@johnfeffer [2]), Director of Foreign Policy in Focus, discusses the latest developments in international news: The G7 meeting, Russian oil, the war in U…
 
This week we’re sharing a conversation we had with waste queen Veena Sahajwalla as part of Vivid Festival 2022. Veena is a trailblazer in the field of recycling science. She heads up the SMaRT Centre at UNSW, and among her epic scientific breakthroughs include perfecting a technique that brings together waste tyres and waste plastic in the producti…
 
7 things that kept me BROKE as a coach: 1. The Hobby Coach: I would say I’m a coach when I didn’t even have a client 2. The 80% Coach: I would scroll through social media for hours every day, only to find myself getting more and more depressed. I would stay busy all week long with zero results. 3. The Preaching Coach: I was giving everyone advice a…
 
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