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Podcasts from our ministries at Immaculate Conception are all found here, from interviews to lectures to homilies. All audio is posted with permission of the speaker, hosted at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Hampton, VA. Visit us at icchampton.org "Homilies" - Please note: Homilies may neither be reproduced nor full credit for their content given to Fr. Sean Prince. Thoughts or ideas from various sources—including exegetical commentaries—were used and developed further to guide in ...
 
The ICC Pulse Podcast is a monthly podcast that offers listeners the inside scoop on the International Code Council and the building safety industry. Episodes of the ICC Pulse Podcast will feature interviews with leading industry experts where we will discuss a wide range of topics including current events and new technologies.
 
World Cricket Weekly TALK is an engaging global cricket discussion hosted by broadcast veteran Nigel Reed & Canadian Cricketer Zubin Surkari. This roundtable styled discussion highlights the BIG NAMES and BIG EVENTS from the international stage and features exclusive editorial contribution from former ESPN STAR Broadcaster Parth Mukherjee, Toronto Star & Cricinfo Columnist Faraz Sarwat, and Cricket Canada's 1st Vice President Ravin Moorthy. TUNE IN for NEW episodes published WEEKLY. Subscrib ...
 
Venerable broadcast veteran Nigel Reed is joined by Cricinfo & Wisden columnist Faraz Sarwat and broadcaster/commentator Josh McLean to discuss the major storyline's from cricket's top global events. The podcast is produced in Toronto, ON Canada by TITAN GSG Media Corporation.
 
RESTalk, produced by RESNET.us is the best way to stay up-to-date on everything going on in the world of Home Energy Ratings (HERS), including initiatives, standards, marketing, and more. Hosted by building performance veteran Bill Spohn, the show features interviews with the RESNET team and prominent guests from throughout the rating and home building industries, discussing a wide range of topics, current events and new technologies.
 
The Wigs is a monthly podcast exploring and interrogating contemporary legal issues in and out of the court room. The first and only podcast (so far) featuring practising barristers talking shop. Join Emmanuel Kerkyasharian, Felicity Graham, Stephen Lawrence and Jim Minns as they deep dive into the scenarios and outcomes that make up our legal system.
 
Mark of the Maker is a panel discussion with renowned custom knife makers Tom Krein, Sean Kendrick and Michael Burch, and hosted by Mark Stheiner. The format is much like a group of friends sitting around in The Pit at Blade Show, talking knives - a look at life from the perspective of the maker as well as the collector. Covering broader topics such as tactical knife history, trends, industry commentary and influences of social media, as well as conversations with other knifemakers, collecto ...
 
Podcast for the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association. We'll talk current issues in criminal justice reform, policy and the Supreme Court. We'll discuss the work of the Criminal Justice Section including events, Task Forces, Standards, the ABA's ICC project and more. This is the Criminal Justice Section of the ABA’s podcast, and may not contain official ABA policy statements. For the ABA’s Code of Online Conduct visit here: https://www.americanbar.org/about_the_aba/codeofc ...
 
Our boating insights podcast is here to help you on your journey to achieve your boating and sailing dreams! Above and Beyond Boating exists to help the boating community to earn about boat handling and safety, but also teach the wider skills needed to confidently and safely skipper their boats. We deliver the leading courses to skipper a boat. Our e-learning is perfect for sailors who are open to learning and developing their skills, are passionate about being on the water, and excited to b ...
 
Dr. Mubarak Madani did his initial studies in Dharuth Thowheed Assalafiya, Sri Lanka in 1992. He attained a degree in Shariah Law (B.A.-Islamic Law) from the Islamic University of Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah in 2000. He went on to specialize in Islamic Civilization by completing Master’s in Islamic Civilization from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka in 2006 and then attaining a Doctorate in Islamic Civilization in from University of Madras, India in 2015. Mubarak Masood Madani taught Islamic ...
 
The Hat-Trick” presented by ICC is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by Charlie Stillitano, Ray Hudson and Neil Barnett. The show features interviews with international football newsmakers including Gareth Bale, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Gennaro Gattuso, and Lothar Matthäus among many others. The hosts will also tackle daily topics in the football world and debate the latest issues on and off the pitch. Video clips of the podcast will be available on Internationalchampionscup.com and all social channels.
 
The stories of those growing the game across the world. Inspiring passion. Hosts Daniel Beswick, Tim Cutler and Nick Skinner interview trailblazing players, coaches and administrators from Associate cricket and beyond in our weekly show, while bonus interviews and special episodes are released regularly. The trio also reflect on the 'week that was' in the emerging cricket world, debating the issues affecting the game's global growth. Emerging Cricket is an independent collective of volunteer ...
 
Mint Lite Morning Shot offers a quick update on the news you need to know before you start your day. From politics to markets, and a little dollop of positive cream, Sohini Sen from Mint offers a fresh perspective on everything. So, grab a cup of coffee and let's get started. This is a Mint production, brought to you by HT Smartcast.
 
Whitto, your average cricket fan takes you through the cricketing week. Spurned by his friends, silenced by his girlfriend and shunned by his family, he takes it all out on the cricketing gods. Full of metaphors, silly sounds and a few swears this podcast performs a function none out there do. If you want a lighthearted, possibly funny and opinionated look at cricket then this is for you.
 
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In this episode, John ("JC") Hudgison, Certified Building Official for the City of Tampa & Emerging Leaders Membership Council member talks with Henry Green, former President & CEO of NIBS and former Code Council Board President, and Anthony Floyd, Green Building Program Manager for the City of Scottsdale, on training the next generation in black a…
 
On this bonus episode of the show we're joined by Black Caps and Canterbury seamer Matt Henry. We talk ICC rankings, the Black Caps environment and what it's like to bowl with the Dukes ball, before Matt talks about the excitement of another final and the chance to make history in this first edition of the World Test Championship. Matt runs us thro…
 
The International Criminal Court's top prosecutor says she is keeping a close eye on developments in the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and Gaza, as Israeli forces and Palestinians engage in deadly clashes and retaliatory strikes. In a tweet on Wednesday, the court's chief prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, said she was concerned by developments in the region…
 
As the world looks on, the U.S. slowly makes its way towards legalizing cannabis at the federal level. But has the stalling just been because politicians were waiting for the bigger pocket books of tobacco and alcohol to pay their way to federal legalization and industry control? Shanita Penny, Founder of Budding Solutions, former President of the …
 
"The whole point of collaboration is that you give and take from each other, and that’s how you create things that are totally new." - Virgil Abloh There is a logical tie between energy codes and HERS ratings. What is the value proposition for HERS rating companies to be involved with ICC? What qualifications do HERS raters bring to assist code off…
 
We are pleased to present Glenn Patterson in conversation with Anne Flaherty. About Glenn Patterson: born and based in Belfast, Glenn Patterson is a graduate of the University of East Anglia creative writing course. He is the author of 11 highly acclaimed novels, including Burning Your Own (1988), Fat Lad (1992), That Which Was (2004), The Mill for…
 
Dominic Ongwen has been sentenced to 25 years in jail. The former LRA commander was described as both a criminal and a victim by the judge at the ICC. Also, in South Africa, Ace Magashule appeals his suspension from the ANC, saying the corruption charges levelled against him are baseless. And galloping to a better future: we see how young Senegales…
 
Dominic Ongwen, former commander of the Lord's Resistance Army rebel group in Uganda, is sentenced to twenty-five years in jail. A sentence that takes into account his past growing up as a child soldier. We hear reporting from the Court and take a look at how Ugandans have reacted to the news.Ethiopia's Minister of Education, Getahun Mekuriya, tell…
 
Tim, Nick and Bes discuss progress in the cricket Olympic movement this week, the ICC Development Awards for 2020, and discuss issues in Nepal as the T20I tri-series nears its conclusion. EC Patrons get an extended show this week! To sign up to our patreon, visit patreon.com/emergingcricket!By Emerging Cricket
 
The President of the ICC Court of Arbitration, Alexis Mourre, knows a thing or two about international arbitration. He has served as the Court’s president since the early 2010s and both oversaw and pioneered a number of changes under the ICC Rules. He stopped by the studio this week to reflect on his career Pre, During and Post his term as ICC Cour…
 
Mark and Tom get together to talk about the recent ICCE 2021 show in Fort Worth, TX. Tom tells us about his experience at the show and at the Stockyards. We also talk a bit about the "elephant in the room" with shows restarting around the country. Great chat about what sounds like a great show. Check out our Patreon and follow us on Instagram @mark…
 
An IDF air raid on a densely populated refugee camp in Gaza has killed at least eight people, the majority of them children, according to multiple reports, as Israeli warplanes continue to hammer the blockaded Palestinian enclave. The IDF dropped at least three bombs on a three-storey home in the al-Shati refugee camp early on Saturday morning, acc…
 
China’s Zhurong rover has stuck a successful landing on the surface of Mars, according to state media, in the culmination of the country’s first independent mission to the Red Planet after the ship departed from Earth last summer. The unmanned lander reached its destination on Mars’ Utopia plain on Saturday, Xinhua News reported, noting that the cr…
 
Israeli press has suggested that the strangely worded IDF announcement about ground troops in Gaza was deliberate, causing major outlets to report fake news – and Hamas militants to go exactly where Israeli military wanted them. Shortly after midnight on Friday, Israel Defense Forces (IDF) tweeted that “air and ground troops are currently attacking…
 
An IDF warplane has struck the office of Hamas’ head of security in the Gaza Strip, Tel Aviv has announced, sharing footage of the operation amid days of fighting between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants. “Recently, an IDF aircraft attacked the operational office of the head of Hamas security forces in Ramel, Tawfiq Abu Naim,” the military …
 
Humanity should take “swift” action to resist Israel’s “aggression”, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said as Ankara reported that Turkish news agency journalists and UN-backed schools were hit by Israeli strikes in Gaza. “This terrorist state that tries to plunder a city like Jerusalem, which houses places that are holy for Muslims, Christia…
 
Kenya has stopped the President's desire to push through constitutional reform, a report from Amnesty International says that white people were rescued first after an islamist attack in Mozambique in March, and COVID-19 has forced the faithful in Ghana to turn their worshipping online.By FRANCE 24 English
 
Could it be that a second genocide at the hands of Turkey is on the horizon? A continuation of Jeff King’s conversation with two ICC analysts on the Armenia, Turkey, and Nagorno-Karabakh situation. Because of the genocide in 1915, many Armenians had to leave their homelands. By circumstance, a lot of them ended up settling in the U.S. As a result o…
 
Two tornadoes have ripped through central and eastern China, killing one person, injuring more than 60 people and causing significant damage in each locality, according to the state news agency Xinhua. One person died and 21 were injured, two seriously, after a storm system struck the Shengze area of Suzhou city in eastern China's Jiangsu province.…
 
As of Sunday, travelers from Israel, the UK and the EU will no longer have to quarantine when they visit Italy as long as they test negative for Covid-19, the Italian government said, as Europe prepares for the return of tourism. Italy will also extend its list of routes for so-called ‘Covid-free’ flights to include Canada, Japan and the United Ara…
 
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to “reach” Palestinian Hamas militants “everywhere,” adding that they will pay a “heavy price” for attacking Israeli cities amid ongoing Israeli airstrikes targeting Gaza. “I said we would exact a very heavy price from Hamas and other terror groups, and we are doing so and will continue to do so …
 
The High Court in Kenya strikes down as unconstitutional a bill that President Kenyatta had put forward to expand the executive and parliament. We bring you an interview with the Kenyan activist who started the legal battle back in 2019;We bring you an interview with the Director of Mauritius Communication and Technology Authority, who is proposing…
 
Two men and a woman have appeared in Westminster Magistrates Court charged with possessing articles connected with an act of terrorism in relation to a 3D-printed firearm. The trio were detained in UK counter-terrorism raids. Liam Hall, Daniel Wright and Stacey Salmon, who appeared in court via video-link on Friday, were arrested by counter-terrori…
 
An Irish High Court judge has thrown out Facebook Ireland’s attempt to stop an investigation by the country’s Data Protection Commission (DPC), which had ordered the tech giant to stop sending data from its EU users to the US. “For the reasons set out in this judgment, I refuse all of the reliefs sought by FBI (Facebook Ireland) and dismiss the cla…
 
The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the second year of the ongoing pandemic is set to be deadlier than the first, while urging countries to help boost the COVAX vaccine scheme against Covid-19. Speaking at a media briefing on Friday, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus laid out the WHO’s concerns about the slow rollout of the…
 
Jordanian security forces used tear gas to repel a group of pro-Palestinian protesters who were heading towards the border with the West Bank amid a flare-up between Israel and Gaza, a report says. Witnesses told Reuters that Jordanian police fired tear gas and shot into the air as they dispersed a group of about 500 young people, who broke away fr…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has dismissed criticism from India that Beijing has upped the price of the oxygen generators it’s sending to Delhi and has altered the component. Beijing blames a scarcity of anti-epidemic materials. Speaking on Friday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told reporters that rising demand has affected the…
 
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has announced a state of emergency will be extended to areas with infection spikes, as 350,000 people signed a petition for the Olympic Games – due to be held in Japan this summer – to be canceled. From May 16 to 31, health curbs currently in place in areas including the capital will now be extended to Okayama, Hiroshi…
 
A bomb was detonated in a mosque near Afghanistan’s capital Kabul, killing 12, including the imam, and injuring 15. The attack took place during Friday prayers and amid a three-day truce with the Taliban. The blast occurred at the Haji Bakhshi Mosque in the Shakar Dara district, north of Kabul, Afghan media reported, citing police. A source told TV…
 
A French subsidiary of Japanese tech conglomerate Toshiba said it was hit by hackers from DarkSide – a group that was earlier accused of attacking a major pipeline network in the US. The Toshiba France Tec Imaging System (TFIS) said in a statement, cited by Reuters, that the cyberattack occurred on the night of May 4. Protective measures were activ…
 
The president of the Philippines has vowed not to withdrawal his country’s ships from waters contested by China as a long-running dispute between the two nations over sovereignty of South China Sea territory heats up. Speaking in a televised address aired on Friday, President Rodrigo Duterte said he would not heed Chinese demands and would continue…
 
The Israeli army has clarified that it has not launched a ground invasion of Gaza, after inadvertently giving the impression that it had. The IDF has been bombing Gaza after Hamas launched a barrage of rockets at Israeli cities. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) clarified to AFP that its troops have not crossed into the Gaza Strip, blaming an “intern…
 
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Singapore’s government has announced new curbs on socializing that sees the city-state move back towards lockdown amid rising Covid-19 cases, both traced and untraceable, and the formation of several coronavirus clusters. Speaking on Friday, Lawrence Wong, the minister for education who also co-chairs Singapore’s coronavirus taskforce, described th…
 
Out-of-quarantine Tim joins Bes and Nick once again to give an update from his new home, before discussing the 'new' 14-team World Cup format thrown about and the winners/losers of T20 World Cup Qualifying Cancellations. We're joined again by Andy Moles to discuss Kenya's demise and other issues in the emerging game.…
 
UN head Antonio Guterres implored the warring parties in Israel and Gaza to halt the bloodshed as the Muslim holy month of Ramadan came to a close, amid reports that Israeli officials rejected a ceasefire plan floated by Egypt. “Out of respect for the spirit of Eid, I appeal for an immediate de-escalation and cessation of hostilities in Gaza and Is…
 
World governments must cease all military aid to Israel and demand an end to its “ferocious” assault on Gaza, Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters told RT, amid a sharp escalation of violence in the Palestinian enclave. Asked whether he expects Tel Aviv to halt its offensive anytime soon on the heels of the fourth day of fighting between Israeli forc…
 
Three rockets have been fired at Israeli territory from southern Lebanon, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has said. The incident comes amid renewed violence between the IDF and Palestinian militants in Gaza. The projectiles caused no damage as they fell into the Mediterranean Sea off the Israeli coast, the forces said in a tweet late Thursday. BREA…
 
In tonight's edition: Police use tear gas to disperse protesters in Nairobi as they gather to protest Israeli air strikes on Gaza. Also, clashes erupt in Kinshasa as Muslim factions celebrate Eid in DR Congo. Eid is also celebrated by minority Muslims in Burundi who gathered to celebrate the end of Ramadan – our team takes you there.…
 
Our health correspondent in Kenya tells us more about the coronavirus variant that is currently ravaging India and has now been detected in seven African countries by the W.H.O;A security expert claims criminals in Nigeria are cashing in millions of dollars by kidnapping. But how do they know?;Remittance money: A new report says money transfer to t…
 
The Canadian province of Quebec will no longer offer AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine to people as a first dose, the health ministry has said, following advice on the issue from its immunization committee. The ministry said in a statement on Thursday that almost all of its AstraZeneca doses have already been used in people aged 45 and over in recent …
 
சுருக்கமான முறையில் பெருநாள் தொழுகையை வீட்டில் எப்படி தொழுது.? மவ்லவி முபாரக் மஸ்வூத் மதனி | Mubarak Masood Madani 12-05-2021 The post Mubarak Masood Madani – How to pray the Eid prayer at home? A brief explanation appeared first on Tamil Dawah.By Tamil Dawah
 
A spokesperson for UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accused Paris of issuing a fresh “EU threat,” following reports the French government is set to block a post-Brexit financial services deal over the fishing access dispute. The latest war of words between London and Paris comes after it was reported that France is prepared to delay the agreemen…
 
China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has said the country is aiming to increase the amount of urban household waste it reuses by 50% as Beijing targets a holistic approach to climate change. The NDRC admitted on Thursday that the country had failed to meet some of its 2016-2020 targets for waste management, adding that half of …
 
Vaccine hesitancy rates in the EU are raising alarms, after a survey found that 27% of adults across the bloc said they’d be unlikely to accept a Covid-19 jab, amid a “failure” to persuade people of its efficacy and safety. A Eurofound survey investigating vaccine take-up across EU member states flagged concerns about the success of messaging from …
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has dismissed an Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) publication that claims Chinese policies have led to a sharp decline in birth rates in Xinjiang. Beijing advises a review of the facts. Speaking on Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying questioned the reliability of the Australian think …
 
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