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Audacy Sports has you covered with the best MLB perspective around. It's Big Time Baseball, with insider, Jon Heyman,​ and former big leaguers, Tony Gwynn Jr. and Cody Decker. The guys provide a unique look inside every organization and take you into the dugout to break down the postseason race from a player's point of view.
 
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Shelley Appleby-Ostroff

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Are you a lawyer looking to excel in today’s legal profession? Join host Shelley Appleby-Ostroff, legal talent development consultant and writing coach, as she talks to successful lawyers and leading industry experts who share their knowledge, insights, and advice on topics like: increasing productivity; overcoming perfectionism; developing a personal brand; improving communication skills; building client relationships – and much more.
 
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Public Radio International and WNYC Radio

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Daily highlights from The Takeaway, the national morning news program that delivers the news and analysis you need to catch up, start your day, and prepare for what's ahead. The Takeaway, along with the BBC World Service, The New York Times and WGBH Boston, invites listeners every morning to learn more and be part of the American conversation on-air and online at thetakeaway.org.
 
This isn’t your average Mother-Daughter duo talking sports. Erika brings the former collegiate athlete’s perspective, while Valerie brings the fan’s perspective. The two come together once a week to discuss basketball, football, and the biggest headlines in sports. If you like sports, got a mama, and don’t mind the two worlds colliding, this is the podcast for you.
 
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Steve Cole

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Wrestling is more then just spandex, suplexes and 1,2,3. It’s about story telling, in ring psychology and being able to connect with the crowd. From cutting promos, getting a pop or watching your favourite superstar turn heel, there’s always something to talk about. Join Steve Cole each week as he discuss the pops, botches, shoots and high spots from the world of professional wrestling.
 
Welcome to My Voice, Our Story hosted by fmr. TV journalist Cielo! My Voice, Our Story helps people transform their lives spiritually, financially and emotionally. Join us in this incredible journey as we engage in unfiltered conversations with the brightest and most inspirational minds of our generation to learn their ”secrets” to an abundant and meaningful life. If you want to thrive in your life, instead of just surviving, you are in the right place.
 
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Denne (den) Michele Norris was born with an “artist’s heart”. And a desire to create space for other storytellers who share lives that exist at the intersection of Blackness, queerness and transness. Her “artist’s heart” allows her to breathe life into characters whose flaws glare up from the page. And her words crack open the hearts of readers, pu…
 
Bad Bunny, one of the worlds leading superstars, opened the 2023 Grammys in Spanish. The performance included songs off of his newest album, Un Verano Sin Ti. But to many viewers with closed captions on, when Bad Bunny came on the screen, they saw “singing in [non-English].” And when the Puerto Rican star took the stage to give an acceptance speech…
 
Science journalist Rachel E. Gross explores how the evolution of medical terminology seems to have stalled when it comes to pregnancy. Patients are encountering terms like “geriatric pregnancy” and “incompetent cervix” that not only add an element of blame to a pregnancy, but also lack the specificity needed for medical care. Read her recent piece …
 
Last night, President Biden delivered the State of the Union address. It came at a moment when his approval rating is about 41-percent, close to the lowest of his entire presidency. On the Republican side, Arkansas Governor and former Trump White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, delivered the GOP’s response. We hear analysis from Joel…
 
Medication abortions are the most common method in the U.S. for terminating a pregnancy, and the FDA recently moved to allow retail pharmacies to sell the abortion pill. So despite continuing attacks on abortion rights and access, the abortion pill has been an incredibly lucrative gamble for a secretive group of private equity investors — who are n…
 
It’s about that time of year to file your 2022 tax return, and we’re all dreading that April 18 tax deadline. But to ease some of that anxiety we brought in a financial expert to answer some of our listener's tax questions. Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, is a financial expert known as The Money Coach, and is the CEO and co-founder of TheMoneyCoach.net, a f…
 
Regina Twala was one of southern Africa’s most important intellectuals: a pioneering writer, academic, political activist and feminist. Why, then, has she been all but forgotten? That’s the question Written Out: The silencing of Regina Gelana Twala by Joel Cabrita looks to answer. Dr. Joel Cabrita, Associate Professor of History at Stanford Univers…
 
ChatGPT is chatbot software that can engage with users in conversational ways, doing so with a high level of sophistication. For example, ChatGPT can use information available on the internet to compose an essay. In fact, it is sophisticated enough that it recently was able to pass law exams at the University of Minnesota and graduate level coursew…
 
Brittney Johnson is an accomplished actor, artist, and the first Black woman to play the title role of “Glinda” in the Broadway musical Wicked. She brings an exhilarating and sincere performance to any character she portrays. Brittney made Broadway History by being the first Black Woman to play the title role of “Glinda”, in Wicked on Broadway. You…
 
Ticketmaster might find itself in need of a Renaissance as Beyoncé tickets go on sale today. Fans are already getting in Formation and hoping their efforts to purchase tickets won’t Break their Souls. Live Nation – the company that owns Ticketmaster – is still in the hot seat for the botched roll out of Taylor Swift tickets last winter. And executi…
 
In January, Florida's Department of Education rejected an Advanced Placement course in African American studies. Governor Ron Desantis called the course curricula "indoctrination." This move is in line with the state’s Stop Woke Act of 2022, which assumes that Critical Race Theory is running rampant throughout politics and education, that programs …
 
Only a couple months left without baseball. Jon Heyman and Tony Gwynn Jr. discuss the biggest moves made so far and what else to look forward too before players report. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoi…
 
Longtime Mets Ace, Jacob DeGrom, finds himself in a new home in Arlington. Jon & Tony breakdown how he adds to a Rangers team that is slowly building. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Jon & Tony make their way around the rest of the MLB to discuss the biggest moves so far this offseason. Which brings them to a lengthy discussion on the NL West. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
As many as 23 million people in the United States are struggling with long Covid. The sometimes debilitating symptoms include brain fog, fatigue, difficulty breathing, and depression or anxiety. But almost a year after the Biden administration released guidance stating that people with long Covid can be included under the Americans with Disabilitie…
 
Israel’s right-wing legislators have taken aim at the country’s supreme court. Their proposal to overhaul and limit the judiciary has sparked mass protest and debate and could dramatically change the balance of power. Joining Deep Dish from Israel are Times of Israel journalist Tal Schneider and legal scholar Tamar Hostovsky Brandes to examine the …
 
Last week, Scotland became the first country in the world to make tampons, pads and other period products free to the public. The legislation was initially approved by lawmakers in 2020. Scottish leaders are using this initiative to combat period poverty, or the lack of access to period products because of the high cost, something we have plenty of…
 
Brad Onishi is a professor of religion and a former evangelical Christian. As he watched the January 6, 2021 insurrection in progress, he wondered: “would I have been there?” That experience is the lens through which he explores history and the future in his new book: “Preparing for War: The Extremist History of White Christian Nationalism — and Wh…
 
The Joint Venture: inspiratia insights The team look over the past week of news and give their views on some big market trends From the news desk this week, Rob takes us through oil giants moving into the US offshore market, Amazon's latest line of data centres in Dublin, and Macquarie's busy week buying and selling gas infrastructure. Also this we…
 
According to zoologist Lucy Cooke, scientists have traditionally defined females in the animal kingdom with Victorian, sexist stereotypes. In her new book, “Bitch: On the Female of the Species,” Cooke debunks these outdated notions using examples throughout the animal kingdom of females breaking out of their passive roles and displaying aggression,…
 
When the trailer for the new horror movie M3GAN came out in October, it sent social media users into a frenzy. In a matter of days, the campy and awkward dance moves of an AI-powered robotic doll inspired countless imitations on TikTok and fan edits on Twitter. Even Saturday Night Live got in on the fun with its own parody. But it’s not just the qu…
 
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern recently announced she would be resigning from her post no later than February 7th. We take a look back at her tenure, forward at her legacy, and consider the distinctive features of the country’s political landscape that paved the way for women’s representation in government. We're joined by Jennifer Curti…
 
This Black History Month, Black.Queer.Rising. is back! We are profiling Black and Queer politicians/changemakers, artists, influencers, and more in this month-long series where we honor the impact of Black Queer legacies on today’s society and culture while we forge Black Queer futures. For our first edition, we speak to Davante Lewis, Public Commi…
 
SNAP or the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, is one of the most critical policy tools we have to address hunger and poverty in the U-S. And during the pandemic, it was a literal lifeline. Congress temporarily increased SNAP benefits giving a boost of 15 percent to everyone who needed it and allowing all families to max out their eligibili…
 
The Joint Venture podcast: How is Pexapark priming its renewables clients for success in 2023? Inspiratia meets Pexapark's VP of Product to discuss the company's exciting plans for the future In this episode of the Joint Venture, Robert Leeming sits down with Abhishek Jain who is VP of Product at Pexapark – the software and advisory company that ha…
 
Cory Chadwick, founder of The Mental Gym, discusses how working out our minds – like we work out our bodies – enables us to think, feel, make decisions, and perform at our best. Cory’s a mental fitness and performance coach who’s passionate about helping all of us build the essential habits and mindset to achieve optimal mental fitness. The post Op…
 
This past month, millions of Americans will have taken up new fitness, health and wellness pursuits. There is typically no shortage of influencers and so-called gurus ready to capitalize on this reliably-annual influx of customers, but that’s taken a more sinister turn in these recent, turbulent years. We discuss the increasing convergence of right…
 
Earlier this month, the Biden administration announced a new initiative called Welcome Corps. The policy allows groups of at least 5 private citizens or legal residents to sponsor a refugee for $2,275 dollars. This marks a substantial reorientation of the four-decade old refugee process by giving significant logistic and financial authority to priv…
 
On January 7, Memphis Police officers pepper sprayed and brutally beat photographer and avid skateboarder Tyre Nichols. Nichols complained of shortness of breath, and waited 22 minutes before an ambulance arrived to transport him – in critical condition – to a local hospital. He died on January 10. Memphis police chief Ceralyn Davis called the beat…
 
Want to get a peek inside what many college athletic directors are facing as we embark on a new athletic and recruiting year?On today's episode, we sit down with Jim Abbott, former athletic director at Oklahoma City University and the founder of "The Business of Small College Athletics" (BOSCA). Jim is passionate about helping athletic directors un…
 
His name was Tyre Nichols. He was 29 years old, the youngest of four children. Father to a 4-year-old son. Tyree loved to skateboard. He was just 80 yards away from his mother’s house when he was stopped by Memphis police. Tyre called out to his mother as he was being beaten by five Memphis police officers. On the evening of January 7, Memphis poli…
 
Goldie Taylor brings sharp analysis, keen insights, and deep empathy to her televised appearances and her journalistic coverage. The author of multiple novels, Goldie Taylor’s narrative voice is as memorable as her speaking voice. Earthy and resonant. Now Goldie has written her most personal story– an unflinching memoir, The Love You Save. The book…
 
Last week, the Department of Justice announced federal charges against dozens of people for their alleged role in a scheme where three South Florida-based nursing schools issued more than 7,600 fake nursing degrees to buyers knowingly purchasing sham degrees and transcripts. We speak with Michelle Collins, registered nurse and Dean of Loyola Univer…
 
In his first two years, President Biden has nominated more federal judges than any president since John F. Kennedy. With 28th rounds of nominations and 97 confirmed appointments, we’re taking a much closer look at who President Biden has placed on the bench. According to data collected by Federal Judicial Center, 47% of President Biden’s appointmen…
 
January 27th marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day. On this day in 1945, Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp, was liberated. The Remembrance Day is a day to commemorate the 6 million Jewish lives that were lost at the hands of the Nazi German regime, and the millions of other Europeans the Nazis saw as racially inferior. This in…
 
Back in 2015, #OscarsSoWhite was first mentioned on Twitter in response to the 20 acting nominations for the Academy Awards all going to white actors. The popularity of the hashtag put a spotlight on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for their lack of recognition of the work of non-white actors and artists. This resulted in a multi-ye…
 
New Orleans launched their bike share program, Blue Bikes, in 2017 in partnership with a for-profit bike share company called Social Bicycles, beginning with 700 pedal bicycles. Geoff Coats was hired to run the program. Soon after, Uber bought out Social Bicycles (which by then had changed its name to Jump) and Blue Bikes flourished: by 2020, the f…
 
Unrest & instability has surrounded Peruvian politics for the last seven years as six different presidents have taken office. Over the past month, anti-government protests have erupted, uniting disenfranchised Peruvians who are demanding that the newest president, Dina Boluarte, step down. Reporting from Peru, Cynthia Sanborn and Ryan Dube explore …
 
The ‘La Brega’ podcast, hosted by Alana Casanova-Burgess comes back with season two, and they are bringing you the Puerto Rican experience in eight songs. Alana dropped by The Takeaway to talk about all things La Brega and shared with us some music that made us get up and dance. Listen to 'La Brega' wherever you listen to podcasts. Alana told us, "…
 
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