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Learn Dutch with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at DutchPod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
Do you want to improve your Dutch Flemish? ...Are you learning Dutch and like to read and listen but can’t find many options for Flemish Language? ...Then Welcome! .................Improve your Dutch...Learn new Dutch words in every short story. ..Learn new expressions and phrases. Listen to the right Accent and Intonation of Flemish. Improve your comprehension of Flemish... Have more confidence to speak Flemish and use the language correctly...Express your ideas and thoughts in a huge varie ...
 
Polly Lingual is a comprehensive foreign-language education solution combining interactive mastery lessons and live tutors. The languages we currently offer are Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Arabic, German, Italian, Portuguese, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Dutch.
 
The Driving Radio Show is the longest running podcast dedicated to the thrill of carriage driving. Wendy and Glenn take an entertaining look at it all from competitive driving to the pastime of recreational driving. Join us every month as we harness up to have fun and learn a little something along the way. Part of the HORSES IN THE MORNING show.
 
Yoel Aynalem is the host of Yoel's Hang Outs interview comedy show. He invites guests that he feels may be interesting to talk to or that he simply finds funny. He intends on having a guest for every show and some of his friends as reoccurring guests. Yoel's vision is to have a show where him and his listeners both learn something but laugh along the way.
 
Learn how to rebalance your hormones, master your metabolism, and become the boss of your own body with UpliftFit Nutrition, hosted by Registered Dietitian Lacey Dunn, MS, RD, LD, CPT. The podcast was born to help give women the knowledge, tools, and confidence to rebalance their hormones, master their metabolism, and become the boss of their own body. From thyroid disorders, hormonal imbalances, gut disorders, to navigating the trenches and noise in the "health and fitness" world- this podc ...
 
Contractions is a monthly podcast about the politics of midwifery. All contractions address the analysis and practical change of one political issue surrounding childbirth, such as obstetric or reproductive violence, care, workload, sexism or racism. Every contraction is necessary to cope with in order to arrive at the birth of a midwifery care wherein all pregnant people feel free, safe, and emotionally and physically supported. Contractions' aim is to start an international dialogue with m ...
 
The how-to show of backyard Grilling and outdoor cooking. If it can be cooked indoors, I can show you how to cook it outdoors! Do you want to learn how to use Dutch ovens, Grills, BBQ,s, Fire Pits, Foil cooking and Camp cooking? Then this is the show for you! Great product reviews and new ideas. Grill it, bake it, smoke it, fry it, we can do it. Watch Gary House, the "Outdoor Cook" host of www.Cooking-Outdoors.com create simple, easy and enjoyable meals cooked completely outdoors! "Get out o ...
 
Say it Right in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, Thai, Arabic, Dutch, German, Greek, Japanese, Korean and Russian with one phonetic system based on English. Say it Right in any Language believes that pronunciation is everything. Say it Right language provides a simple and straightforward approach to speaking and learning a new language. It is a fun, fast and easy way to learn new languages using one simple phonetic system called I Say it Right Vowel Symbol Sy ...
 
NEW LINK: http://bit.ly/GamificationRadioJoin Monica each week and learn how to Level Up! your training and development program with this cutting-edge strategy to motivate and engage employees. Her platinum level guests include, gamification gurus, platform providers, and end users who will give you tips, tools, and techniques to add immediately to your leadership toolbox. Put Gamification to work for you!
 
Interviews with professional & amateur cam girls, Onlyfans girls & webcam models from all genres. Hear the interesting stories of what its like to be a cam girl and learn tips & tricks of the trade as each cam girl shares their unique experiences to help you grow your camming business by avoiding the newbie mistakes so you can be successful & start making serious money in the webcam modeling world! If you like what you see, be sure to follow, like and subscribe to Cam Girl Diaries Podcast on ...
 
Interviews with the world's best investors and find out what they are currently investing in whether it be the stocks, retirement accounts, Wealthfront, Betterment, Vanguard, mutual funds, real estate, Forex, REITs, or other types of Investing methods. Millionaire Sam Marks and Entrepreneur Johnny FD invest like a boss while sharing what their personal portfolios are, and how they save their hard earned money for travel, life and retirement. Invest Like a Boss covers all aspects of investing ...
 
Artist and Filmmaker Stephanie Graham digs deep with people who are nothing like her. Each week the Nosey AF podcast gets all up in the business of movers, shakers and subculture makers. Stephanie explores how the hell they got into the worlds they've found themselves a part of. At the end of each Nosey AF episode, you will either have random info to share and impress your friends with or have a new idea for a project of your own. The world is yours.
 
A News Bouche is a current affairs podcast hosted by a married couple who surprise each other with the latest weird and wonderful stories you haven’t heard about. We bring you tasty little bites of news to brighten your day. So, whether you’re looking for news you may have missed, or you just want to giggle about the madness of the world, we’d love for you to join us.
 
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Manitoba and Alberta are offering cash, scholarships, and prizes in an effort to get more people vaccinated. Will it work? We discuss incentive programs with Kelly Peters, CEO and co-founder of BEworks, a behavioural economics firm; Azim Shariff, a professor and Canada 150 Research Chair of Moral Psychology at the University of British Columbia; an…
 
In a sneak peek of Thursday's show celebrating the high school class of 2021, we talk to Jolie Gan, who is graduating from Sir Winston Churchill High School in Calgary. She tells us about a final year like no other, marked by COVID-19, challenges of online learning, and anti-Asian hate.
 
More than 6,700 prisoners across Canada tested positive for COVID-19 as of June 9 — a rate much higher than the general population. Yet, a CBC News analysis has found that in some facilities, prisoners waited until May for their chance at a first vaccine dose. The CBC's senior data journalist, Valerie Ouellet, tells us more.…
 
Bob Murray, 82, lives with mild dementia in Seaforth, Ont. He welcomed news that a new drug to treat Alzheimer's has been approved in the U.S., but some scientists have argued that there's not enough proof it actually works. Murray explains why he wants Canada to also approve the treatment. Plus, we hear more about the research from Simone Fishburn…
 
The U.K. has delayed its next step in lifting COVID-19 restrictions over concerns about the spread of the delta variant. What can Canada learn from what's happening there, and what do you need to know about the variant itself? Matt Galloway talks to Dr. Deepti Gurdasani, a clinical epidemiologist and senior lecturer in machine learning at Queen Mar…
 
The G7 Summit touched on vaccines, China, accelerating climate change and life after COVID-19. To unpack what the meeting of world leaders achieved, and the work that still needs to be done, we talk to Sen. Peter Boehm, a former Canadian diplomat who has served as the personal representative to several prime ministers at G7 and G8 summits; Shuvaloy…
 
Summer is only just beginning, but farmers are worried about a year of drought. We talk to David Wiens, a dairy farmer in Manitoba and the vice-president of Dairy Farmers of Canada; Craig McLaughlin, a beef farmer in Ontario; and John Pomeroy, Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change at the University of Saskatchewan.…
 
Fredericton MP Jenica Atwin crossed the floor from the Greens caucus to the Liberals last week, saying recent party infighting played a role in her decision. Green Party Leader Annamie Paul discusses where her party goes from here, and why she feels she's being "thrown under the bus."
 
The heat wave is hitting hard this week, even all the way up here in Minnesota. Of course because of that everyone wants their A/C fixed, but sometimes it's not so easy as a quick charge. This week I walk you through 2 case studies involving various enable criteria for A/C compressor operation that can elude technicians. Website- https://autodiagpo…
 
This is episode 18 and we’re focusing on the 1670s through to the 1680s where a whole lot was going on in the south of Africa. Let me first start with race relations. South Africans probably have no idea that the man who launched the most aggressive drive to expand into Africa was not born in Europe – he was born in Mauritius of Dutch and Indian st…
 
Want to lean out and do so in a truly healthy way? Get my FREE guide here and get started: https://kerstenkimura.lpages.co/fit-physique-formula/ Want To Get Lean? STOP Doing These Things (And Start Doing These Instead!) – Balanced Vibes Ep 105 It was early 2020 when I realized that I want to lose some body fat. During […] The post Want To Get Lean?…
 
What if an implant in your brain allowed you to just think of words in order to have them appear on a screen, instead of typing them out with your fingers? Scientists at Stanford University in California have achieved that in a test. It allowed a man with full-body paralysis to communicate using a neural implant, but some observers have raised ethi…
 
We hear the story of Skye, an Indigenous teen who died of a drug overdose on her 17th birthday. Before her death, Skye had been in government care in B.C. for 12 years, lived in eight different foster homes, and was the subject of three failed adoptions. A new report from British Columbia's Children and Youth Representative looks at how the foster …
 
Today on The Current, we're celebrating Canada's class of 2021. With graduations delayed or cancelled due to the pandemic, we're talking to graduating post-secondary students from across the country about the year they've had, and their hopes and dreams for the future.Matt Galloway talks to Sila Rogan at the University of British Columbia; Omar Elc…
 
Want to lean out and do so in a truly healthy way? Get my FREE guide here and get started: https://kerstenkimura.lpages.co/fit-physique-formula/ Q&A: Increasing BMR, Progressive Overload vs Muscle Failure, Calories vs Protein For Fat Loss? – Balanced Vibes Ep 104 In today's episode, I'm answering three questions that I've gotten from my followers/l…
 
Buy a Euro 2020 Football-Oranje wristband: https://footballoranje.bigcartel.com/Welcome to podcast #85 from Football-Oranje, featuring writers Michael Statham and Michael Bell. They preview Netherlands' Group C with special guests representing North Macedonia, Austria and Ukraine! Who will top Group C?Remember to subscribe to Football-Oranje and tu…
 
Muslim women say they are often victims of hate speech and violence because of their appearance, and the fact that their faith is more visible. To discuss their experiences and what needs to change to make them feel safe in their communities, Matt Galloway talks to Areej Ansari, a fourth-year student at Western University in London, Ont.; Wati Rahm…
 
A female carpenter in Toronto recently faced a lawsuit after she criticized remarks about sexual harassment made on a podcast about the construction industry. We discuss sexism in the industry with Kendall Ansell, owner of Belle Construction in Vancouver; and Shawna Henderson, founder and CEO of Bfreehomes Design and Blue House Energy in Nova Scoti…
 
With graduations cancelled or scaled back for another year, we talk to Leonard Menon, who is graduating with a bachelor of music from the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, about his hopes and dreams for the future. Tune in Thursday for a full special program dedicated to the class of 2021.
 
It's been five years since B.C. declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency, but a report from the First Nations Health Authority shows a 119 per cent increase in toxic drug deaths among First Nations people in 2020. The organization's acting chief medical officer Dr. Shannon McDonald joins us to discuss the role that trauma and racism pla…
 
Johnny and Sam take it back to ILAB basics with a 101 how-to on where to invest your money at various dollar amounts. A refresher and update for everyone out there who is looking for places to grow their hard earned money. Listen to ILAB 182 on iTunes here or subscribe on your favorite podcast app. Where we are: Johnny FD – Ukraine / IG @johnnyfdk …
 
Vancouver's Archbishop J. Michael Miller offered an apology after preliminary findings from a radar survey of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in B.C. indicated that as many as 215 children could be buried on the site. He tells us why he felt it was important to apologize, and what must happen next.…
 
Four members of a Muslim family were killed in London, Ont., in what's being investigated as an intentional and targeted attack. Aarij Anwer, imam at London Muslim Mosque, tells us how his community is coping, and we discuss Islamophobia in Canada with Mustafa Farooq, CEO of the National Council of Canadian Muslims; and Irfan Chaudhry, director of …
 
Global health experts are calling for a dramatic change in how we manufacture vaccines, to increase supply and help the world tackle this pandemic — but also plan for the next one. We hear about proposals to ramp up production, and how Canada could be part of the solution, with Dr. Prabhat Jha, an epidemiologist at the Dalla Lana School of Public H…
 
British author and television documentary producer, Richard van Emden, interviewed over 270 Great War veterans over a period of twenty years. Richard’s book, Britain’s Last Tommies, records the men’s stories and memories about what they endured. Richard shares the challenges of undertaking an oral history project of this nature and his memories of …
 
Do you know what your #1 tool is, to healthy and sustainable fat loss? It's eating plenty of protein. Most women overlook this important macro, but this is really the key that you must have, if you want do lose body fat safely and effectively. Get my FREE guide here and get started: https://kerstenkimura.lpages.co/fit-physique-formula/ Stress Manag…
 
The U.S. government says it's taking ransomware attacks as seriously as terrorism after meat plants and a major U.S. pipeline network were temporarily shuttered by hackers. But will that make it any easier to catch the perpetrators? Joe Uchill, a senior reporter with online cybersecurity publication SC Media, brings us the view from Washington. We …
 
You may remember hearing stories about goats overtaking human spaces last year, as the pandemic forced people to remain indoors. Amanda Bates, an associate professor of ocean sciences at Memorial University of Newfoundland, led an international study into how COVID-19 lockdowns have affected the natural world. She joins us to talk about the finding…
 
This is episode 17 and we’re dealing with the second Khoe-Dutch war of 1673 which dealt the Peninsular tribe known as the Cochoqua a terminal blow. The growing population at the Cape meant both the colonisers and the passing fleets needed to be well fed with fresh produce. The colonial programme was created to foster farming to supply the station’s…
 
Today's guest Austin Stout is here to get nerdy with me about the DUTCH test- What is the DUTCH? The DUTCH test is a dried, urine hormone test that can be used by clients to assess for common sex and stress hormones imbalances. This test goes beyond serum testing and takes into consideration hormone metabolites (breakdown products of these hormones…
 
With the Juno Awards just days away, we take a look at the Canadian music industry — one of the hardest hit by the pandemic — with Chris Frayer, artistic director of the Winnipeg Folk Festival; Amy Millan of the band Stars; and Darren "Young D" Metz and Quinton "Yung Trybez" Nyce are the hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids.…
 
Dennis Saddleman was six years old when he was forced to attend the Kamloops Indian Residential School in 1957. He witnessed and experienced extensive physical and sexual abuse during the 11 years he spent there, but found solace in poetry in the decades that followed. He talks to Matt Galloway about how writing has helped him to heal over the year…
 
Do you know what your #1 tool is, to healthy and sustainable fat loss? It's eating plenty of protein. Most women overlook this important macro, but this is really the key that you must have, if you want do lose body fat safely and effectively. Get my FREE guide here and get started: https://kerstenkimura.lpages.co/fit-physique-formula/ What […] The…
 
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