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Joseph Ward is giving you his take on the latest happenings in sports. He is talking about boxing, tennis, football, basketball, and every other sport he can put his eyes on. Be sure to look out for his weekly HBCU Spotlight and his weekly rant. He is the voice of the people and He is giving you a look at sports from a perspective of a person who loves black people.
 
The Freedom Train is a community resource radio show linking the resources available to the community that needs them. We go out of our way to find and honor the movers and shakers in the Black Community giving them a platform to share their voices and services. You can catch us every Wednesday where ever you get your podcast or on the Freedom Train Website at www.freedomtrainradio.com
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
On the Shoulders of Giants is dedicated to bringing awareness to the worldwide contributions of the heroes and cultures of the African Diaspora, both of which have given the world hope and freedom. The purpose is to provide an alternative and positive perspective of the history of the African diaspora, which challenges the negative rhetoric that is commonly told of non-white persons throughout the world. Our past is significant because of the plight we have had to overcome and in some aspect ...
 
Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details and delves into what makes these killers tick. Join us for a good mix of lesser known cases as well as our take on what we call the "Big Timers". We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously.
 
𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙉𝙞𝙠𝙤𝙨 𝙆𝙖𝙩𝙨𝙞𝙠𝙖𝙣𝙞𝙨 𝙎𝙝𝙤𝙬 hosts expert conversations with people from Tech and Software 🔬 Biotech 🧬 Faith, Philosophy & Theology ✝️ Engineering 🏗️ Markets 📈 Military 🪖 Music 🎵 and others. 🎙Hosted by Nikos Katsikanis. Episodes that have a matching video version start with 📹 and can be found on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCrwuqjmVebIS5T-jEW6IkIq3IPbnCdSR
 
This podcast was published at The Sign of Jonas Blog. Dr. Susan Easton Black lectures on the life of Mormon Founder Joseph Smith. Dr. Susan Easton Black joined the faculty of Brigham Young University in 1978, where she is currently a professor of Church history and doctrine. She is a past Eliza R. Snow Fellow, Associate Dean of General Education and Honors, and Director of Church History in the BYU Religious Studies Center. The recipient of numerous academic awards, she received the Karl G. ...
 
Conversations about projects and research undertaken by scholars at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University. Hosted by former New York Times journalist and current CASBS research affiliate John Markoff. CASBS brings together great minds to generate new knowledge to address wicked problems and significant societal challenges. It is a place where diverse thinkers collectively produce transformative outcomes that none could produce independently. ...
 
Damnation organiser (and newspaper editor) Gavin McInally chats to fellow promoters, metal artists, tour managers and agents with a tale to tell about the world of extreme music. With 20 years of journalism and 15 years of festival promotion under the hood, Damnation Versus allows the most interesting people in the "business" to share their experiences about what makes the machine tick, from Anaal Nathrakh to ArcTanGent and Bloodstock to Bossk...
 
Now in its fourth consecutive season, LETTERS READ is the series of usually live events in which local artists interpret personal letters written by culturally vital individuals from various times and Louisiana communities and is an ongoing series presented by stationer Nancy Sharon Collins and Antenna. Due to COVID-19, all 2020 events are podcast.
 
Join spiritual guide Johnson Chong and author of Sage Sapien: From Karma to Dharma, as he interviews various experts in their fields - from holistic nutrition to Jungian psychology, consciousness, spirituality, heart-centered leadership and more. This podcast is for those who know that in order to be an effective leader, they have to start within. If you're looking for more expansive insights to help you break free from the limitations that keep you in the limitations of your past, you've co ...
 
Hollywood NDNz is a weekly podcast that explores the trials and tribulations of the entertainment industry through the perspective of Native American entertainment professionals. The podcast is hosted by Rainy Fields (Muscogee (Creek)/Cherokee), Tim Ramos (Pomo), and Jim Ruel (Ojibwe).
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
Work. Wealth. Wisdom. This interview podcast showcases the founders and minds behind some of the most innovative and creative start-ups. Guests from around the DC region and beyond share their unique journeys of becoming entrepreneurs. The show is produced and hosted by George Mocharko who has been documenting the stories of early to mid-stage founders whose voices are often overlooked by corporate business media. You'll enjoy hearing from these local, talented builders speak about their pat ...
 
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Joining me this week is Neha Nayek; Entrepreneur & Founder of RecruitGyan and several other businesses. We covered a lot of ground in our conversation - including Neha’s daily routine with the importance of doing what matters first: Exercise Family Daily Planning Neha’s also a strong believer in balance - having started several businesses, built te…
 
Listen above to Mike's thoughts on The Queen's rare move discussing her private experiences Queen Elizabeth II is encouraging people to be vaccinated against COVID-19, saying the shot is quick, harmless and will help protect others against the disease. In a video call with the officials responsible for rolling out the vaccine, the 94-year-old monar…
 
Bonnie Haim was a wife and mother who disappeared on January 6th, 1993. There were indications that her marriage to Michael Haim was in trouble and that he was abusive. Bonnie had been making preparations to take off with her 3-year-old son Aaron before she disappeared. Little Aaron made incriminating statements to police against his father, but th…
 
National's Judith Collins believes public support for the Government's Covid-19 response is shifting. The Opposition leader told Mike Hosking people want to make sure that if they're following the rules - other people are too. Collins says Jacinda Ardern's constantly telling people to be kind - but sometimes you can be so kind to a few people, that…
 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention vaccine advisers voted Sunday to recommend the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine for the US. It is the first of the three authorized Covid-19 vaccines that comes in a single dose. It is a vaccine one member called "highly effective." The US Food and Drug Administration authorized the J&J vaccine on Saturd…
 
A Federal Labor MP has been accused of rape in an email, Liberal Senator Sarah Henderson has revealed in the latest in a series of sexual assault allegations against senior politicians. The Victorian senator said in a statement released late on Sunday that she had received an email from a woman and had passed it on to the Australian Federal Police.…
 
Deja vu for the New Zealand events industry. Countless events have been affected or cancelled as a result of the return to Covid Level 3 in Auckland, and level 2 elsewhere. They include the Southland A&P show which has been held every year since World War 2, alongside delays to the Auckland Arts Festival and the cancellation of the Auckland Lantern…
 
Auckland's lockdown has left one restaurant owner with a sour taste in his mouth. The region is back under Level 3 restrictions, while the rest of the country is at Level 2. Cafes, bars and restaurants are not allowed to let customers dine-in, under the strict rules. Celebrity Chef and restaurateur Josh Emett told Mike Hosking it's having a major i…
 
I watched that farce they call a Covid update at 1pm yesterday. The usual puffery from the Prime Minister. Yesterday's sermon was about death, there was a reference to America. What a country of 350 million with a federal system, and a slightly insane former president, has to do with our circumstances I have no idea. But she'll leave no stone untur…
 
The situation the country has found itself in was "déjà vu" after the second lockdown in less than a month, one medical professor says. The latest cases of Covid-19 have plunged Auckland back into Level 3 lockdown, with the rest of the country at Level 2 - coming barely two weeks after the last three day lockdown. Auckland University professor of m…
 
The latest Covid-19 community case had contact with an infected family during alert level 3, the Prime Minister says. Jacinda Ardern's comments come after it was revealed a recent case went to the gym when he should have been at home after having a Covid test - something that has angered many in the community and generated numerous calls for greate…
 
LA Clippers radio play-by-play broadcaster Noah Eagle joins TCP to discuss his path to the Clippers, his experience calling NFL games on Nickelodeon, his takes from this last week of games and more. Are there defensive concerns? What's up with the second half schedule? Has Brian Sieman ever been bullied at a sandwich shop? All that and more!…
 
Sky TV and NZ Rugby have inked a deal for Super Rugby Aotearoa 2021 matches to stream in more than 100 countries via Sky's RugbyPass service - including top-tier rugby nations the UK, Ireland and France for the first time. Weekly passes, featuring two live games every weekend, plus highlights and condensed games, will be available. RugbyPass' servi…
 
News will be back in Australians’ Facebook feeds from Friday, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has said. Speaking to 2GB radio station after the federal government’s contentious media bargaining code passed into law, Mr Frydenberg said the social media giant told him it would reinstate news content on the platform. Asked when news will be back on the site…
 
The new age of medical supply delivery is here. Across the ditch in Australia, a company called Swoop Aero has signed a deal with the chemist company TerryWhite Chemmart to do medical deliveries via drone. Their drones can deliver within a 130 kilometre range, saving dozens of hours of travel and wait time for patients. The New Zealand operations m…
 
Excitement is building as boxing rivals Parker and Fa prepare to step into the ring for what has been billed as one of the biggest events in New Zealand boxing history.Fight night is tomorrow at Auckland's Spark Arena with tickets selling fast for the much-anticipated event.Yesterday, promoter David Higgins said about 80 per cent of the tickets hav…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout. 9/10. "First for the country this week. Is it light at the end of the tunnel? Or maybe the start of the end?" Britain and Israel's Rollout. 8/10. "They are the guiding lights. If you want to see where we …
 
Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose vaccine offers strong protection against severe COVID-19, according to an analysis released Wednesday by U.S. regulators that sets the stage for a final decision on a new and easier-to-use shot to help tame the pandemic. The long-anticipated shot could offer the nation a third vaccine option and help speed vaccinatio…
 
Quick suggestion, why don’t we just ask Adrian Orr to be the Finance Minister? Grant Robertson seems to have given up. The latest "Robertson to Orr" letter asks the Reserve Bank to take housing into account when they make their various statements and announcements. That on top of inflation and employment. The Reserve Bank used to have a sweet job. …
 
The Auditor-General is launching an enquiry into emergency housing grants, after paying up to $3000 per week for private rentals. From November 2017 until June last year, the Ministry of Social Development paid more than $38 million to landlords and property managers. The grant is meant to be a short-term solution for seven days while a permanent h…
 
More support could be on the way for the tourism regions most affected by the closure of international borders. New figures show tourism spending in Otago dropped by almost a quarter last year, while many tourism businesses in Fox Glacier are operating at 20 percent normal capacity. Finance Minister Grant Robertson says the Government is looking at…
 
I was slightly disturbed at reportage that Judith Collins was trying to bring Simon bridges into line over his Coster ‘wokester’ comments I hope it’s not true, because what this country needs - all countries need - is strong opposition. Not opposition for opposition’s sake, but well thought through critique. The trick to good opposition is not just…
 
Actor Ido Drent may have perfected his craft on Shortland Street, and garnered attention in Aussie series Offspring, but his latest show has seen him go global. Local crime drama The Gulf – focusing on a series of crimes taking place on Auckland’s Waiheke Island – is back for a second season on Three from Monday March 1st. The show was a success in…
 
A sacrifice of time and energy lies ahead for the New Zealand men's rowing eight and quadruple sculls without knowing if they'll compete at the Tokyo Olympics. Both crews must contest what's known as the sport's regatta of death at Lucerne from May 15 to 17 to earn the final Games qualifying spots. Presuming the Olympics are still on at that point,…
 
Far more New Zealanders could be soon be getting fluoride in their drinking water. The Government is expected to shift the decision over whether to fluoridate water from city and district councils, to district health boards. It could mean about 85 percent of the country having fluoride in water supplies, compared to 50 percent currently. The law ch…
 
In a career filled with remarkable comebacks, Tiger Woods faces perhaps his toughest recovery of all. Woods was driving alone through a sweeping, downhill stretch of road through coastal suburbs of Los Angeles when his SUV struck a sign, crossed over a raised median and two oncoming lanes flipped several times before coming to rest on its side. Its…
 
It is grim findings for our glacier region in the days of Covid-19. A new report looks at the pandemic effects of businesses in and around the towns of Fox Glacier and Franz Josef.It found 518 jobs have been lost, while businesses still standing are only operating at 20 per cent normal capacity. 16 per cent of businesses are no longer running at al…
 
A licensed immigration advisor says a review into Skilled Migrant residency's needed because the queue's become too long. Expressions of interest selections for the Skilled Migrants Category have been suspended for almost a year, and the Immigration Minister's flagged a possible policy revamp. Immigration advisor Simon Moore claims there's more tha…
 
Together, politicians Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon took the quest for Scottish independence from long shot to strong possibility. But now Scotland's former leader and his successor as first minister are locked in a feud that is tearing apart their Scottish National Party, even as its goal of an independent Scotland outside the United Kingdom is…
 
Helping 12 families own their own homes in seven months is being called a considerable achievement. The Government's Progressive Home Ownership Scheme has helped 12 families break into the housing market since July. Housing Minister Megan Woods celebrated the results, while National mocked - saying the government had put out more news releases abou…
 
I think we can draw a fairly easy conclusion that when it comes to housing this government are hopeless. So far this year, and it's only February, the Prime Minister promised to fix the housing crisis. Fix it, just like that. Grant Robertson then said he had tools he'd be announcing this month that would tilt the market in favour of the first home …
 
Thank you for Listening Please Share This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick cover the story of the black candidate in the Michigan Governor's race, Austin Chenge, who had promised to cancel Black History Month if he wins the race. The gentlemen also covered the story of the governor of New York Andrew Cuomo cover…
 
A good piece on Newsroom - What’s the rush? Law making in a hurry - deals with the governments use of urgency and specifically around the change to Māori wards for councils. I am “for” the change only on the basis that it’s an anomaly. It’s the only thing a council does that you can rummage up some signatures by way of a petition and force a vote o…
 
Aucklanders are being told to stick to half a dozen chooks per household in urban areas. West Auckland man Chao Su wants a million dollars compensation, saying people don't want to buy his house because of his former neighbour's 100 chickens. He says the neighbour's moved on, but some of the birds have been left behind and are a major nuisance and …
 
New Zealand faces an "unacceptably high" risk of as many as nearly three border breaches each month - and by some measures the country is more threatened than Australia. That's according to a new analysis by public health researchers on both sides of the Tasman, who warn that risk of new Covid-19 incursions is growing even with vaccinations and cal…
 
National leader Judith Collins has pulled senior MP Simon Bridges into line over his "wokester" attack-line on Police Commissioner Andrew Coster. She has made it "very clear" to Bridges that his comments should be directed at Police Minister Poto Williams and not at Coster – New Zealand's top Police official. "I've made it very clear that our focus…
 
An attempt to regulate Facebook has been quickly stamped out. Australian lawmakers had tried to force the social media giant to pay news providers for their content. Facebook hit back by banning news from Australia on its platform. Alerts from Government pages, including health and emergency messages, were caught in the cross fire. The pair have no…
 
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