Best Lecture podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Internal medicine lectures focused on clinically and board relevant topics from faculty and guest lecturers with the University of Louisville Internal Medicine Department.
 
6 Music presents an annual discussion on music and music-related media, in honour of one of Britain's most iconic broadcasters.
 
The University of Bath podcasts are a series of public lectures available to download for free.Enhance your understanding of subjects ranging from how babies develop to the workings of the universe. Learn from academics and business and industry experts.The University of Bath is a leading UK insitution. We offer a distinctive blend of research-led teaching, an outstanding graduate employment record and personal development opportunties.
 
In honour of one of Britain's most iconic broadcasters, 6 Music presents this annual discussion on music and music-related media.
 
Every year, the department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto invites a small number of distinguished speakers to come to the department. Our speakers are leaders in the field of computer science, coming from academia and industry.
 
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EMDR Lecture Series
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A weekly podcast provided by trained and accredited EMDR psychotherapist Frank Capatch LCSW. EMDR is a revolutionary and highly effective way to treat trauma that is truly changing the way we provide trauma informed and capable care.The Green Will Conservancy Inc is a non-profit organization located in Pahoa, HI. We here at The Green Will Conservancy are committed to improving our community and the world. For more information about EMDR, Psychology resources, Psychotherapy resources, and muc ...
 
These podcasts contain lectures on various public health topics by a variety of speakers.
 
Learning from the Writings: The Hope-Filled Teachings of Nichiren Daishonin—SGI President Ikeda's Lecture Series Podcasts
 
Learning From the Writings of Nichiren Daishonin: The Teachings for Victory—SGI President Ikeda's Lecture Series Podcasts
 
Interested in Geology? Unable to make it to the Lecture Series put on by the W&M Geology Department? Well, you came to the right place!In a co-operative agreement between the PNWM and the W&M Geology Department, all of the Lectures from the Geology Lecture Series will be put up in this Podcast, as long as the speaker allows!
 
Audio recordings from the Portland State University Middle East Studies Center Lecture Series
 
This podcast is from the University of Oklahoma Organic Chemistry Laboratory Course. The Lab Lecture covers the theoretical concepts that pertain to the lab course.
 
The Isaiah Berlin Lecture (Annual lecture in the History of Ideas) is held at Wolfson College, Oxford.
 
Engineering is the application of scientific knowledge and practical experience to the production of useful objects. Software engineering aspires to apply the same systematic, disciplined and quantitative approach to the production of software. This lecture series offers some of the "highlights"* from the software engineering classes I teach at the School of Computing and Engineering at the University of Missouri--Kansas City. (*My students suggested I put the word 'highlights' in quotes. -- ...
 
What if you could get a 'greatest hits' version of college lectures? My Favorite Lecture features remarkable talks from Humboldt State University educators, delivered before a live audience in Arcata, California. My Favorite Lecture is a collaboration between Humboldt State University, KHSU, and Arcata Main Street. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/my-favorite-lecture-from-khsu/id1157650504
 
SUNY Downstate Department of Otolaryngology Lecture Series
 
An educational resource to inspire and inform the next generation of creatives and help them make better career decisions. Creative Lives is a podcast series profiling interesting creative careers – from how they identified an interest in the industry, to landing their first job.
 
We're a group of four Malifaux enthusiasts that help new players with advice, personal experience, and entertainment in the steampunk streets.
 
View lectures from the best EM conferences right in the comfort of your own home and earn CME credit! - video version
 
The Aquinas College Lecture Series offers the Nashville community the opportunity to learn from respected leaders from within the College and from all over the country. Each semester, the lectures cover a variety of topics pertaining to Christian culture, ranging from literature and the arts to successful parenting and Christian devotional practices. The lectures are free and open to the public.
 
A lecture series for knowledge-seekers, sponsored by the Acton Institute in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
 
The British Studies program at the University of Texas at Austin was created in 1975. For more than thirty years the program has sponsored public lectures in English literature, history, and government, and has conducted a weekly seminar called the Faculty Seminar on British Studies that includes faculty members, graduate students, undergraduates, and members of the Austin community.
 
Beyond the Lecture is a podcast from the American Academy in Berlin featuring short interviews with distinguished American thought-leaders in political science, economics, journalism and the arts.
 
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DRP Lecture Series
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All About Everything is a show about everything. Each week we dive into any subject known to man and talk about it as much as we can. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store
 
The IRCPL brings together scholars and students in religion, cultural anthropology, history, political science, economics, sociology and social psychology, and other allied fields to support multi-disciplinary analysis, reflection, and response to historical and contemporary issues of great significance.
 
Podcast of new and historic lectures from American intellectual conservatives sponsored by the Intercollege Studies Institute.
 
The Lecture Series features an exciting array of speakers who impart a diversity of perspectives on USAF heritage. Lecturers include active duty or retired military members, specialists in research, development and technology, and historians and authors.
 
Engineering is the application of scientific knowledge and practical experience to the production of useful objects. Software engineering aspires to apply the same systematic, disciplined and quantitative approach to the production of software. This lecture series offers some of the "highlights"* from the software engineering classes I teach at the School of Computing and Engineering at the University of Missouri--Kansas City. (*My students suggested I put the word 'highlights' in quotes. -- ...
 
The GRCC Diversity Lecture Series is intended to give insight and understanding of multicultural issues to the West Michigan Community.
 
Startup Secrets is a lecture series and non-profit designed to help entrepreneurs start businesses.
 
Dialogues and lectures from SITE Santa Fe.
 
The Health and Wellness lecture series offers monthly lectures on topics related to personal and professional well-being.
 
The Health and Wellness lecture series offers monthly lectures on topics related to personal and professional well-being.
 
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Locust Lecture
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The heavy music show from Fancy Pants Gangsters. Massive violent slabs of unfriendly sound. Riffs, noise, beats. Music still hurts.
 
CREECA’s mission is to support research, teaching, and outreach on Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and Central Asia. We approach this three-part mission by promoting faculty research across a range of disciplines; by supporting graduate and undergraduate teaching and training related to the region; and by serving as a community resource through outreach activities targeted to K-12 teachers and students, other institutions of higher education, and the general public. As a U.S. Department ...
 
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This is Andrew Jaspers, S.J.'s philosophy Pod-cast.
 
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Dr. Lina Mackelaite presents Acute Kidney Injury by discussing everything that causes AKI and how to treat it. Using multiple cases, Dr. Mackelaite discusses AKI in a way that is applicable to real life circumstances as well as boards. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-lin ...…
 
Since year eight at secondary school, Leyya Sattar knew she wanted to work in the creative industry. Her role model? American TV show Ugly Betty’s Wilhelmina Slater; “Seeing a woman of colour in such a position of power made me feel like [...] I wanted to be a creative director.” But after completing her graphic design BA and working her way in ...…
 
In this presentation Dr Alison Parken OBE (Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Cardiff Business School)discusses mainstreaming gender equality in Wales.This presentation took place on 13 September 2018 as part of the IPR's Annual Symposium, 'Feminism, Gender Equality, and Public Policy: Where are we now?'…
 
In this panel debate Olivia Dickinson (Let Toys Be Toys), Azmina Dhrodia (Amnesty International), Stephanie Boland (Prospect) and Dr Leda Blackwood discuss social media and everyday sexism.This panel debate took place on 13 September 2018 as part of the IPR's Annual Symposium, 'Feminism, Gender Equality, and Public Policy: Where are we now?'…
 
In this panel debate Dr Susan Milner, Dr Rita Griffiths, Professor Professor Nira Yuval-Davis and Professor Jane Millar OBE FBA discuss barriers to equality; gender pay gap; childcare costs; poverty; Universal Credit; and loneliness.This panel debate took place on 13 September 2018 as part of the IPR's Annual Symposium, 'Feminism, Gender Equali ...…
 
In this panel debate Dr Ana Weeks, Gita Sahgal, Professor Sarah Childs, Dr Farah Mihlar and Dr Emma Carmel discuss the role of women in politics and work. This panel debate took place on 13 September 2018 as part of the IPR's Annual Symposium, 'Feminism, Gender Equality, and Public Policy: Where are we now?'…
 
Dr. Jordan Burlen presents Part Two of GI Bleeds by covering Lower GI Bleeds. Stay tuned for more Little Lectures! Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the end of the lecture. For more information, see our citation page. Disclaimers ©2016 LouisvilleLectures.org…
 
In this IPR Lecture Professor Emma Griffin (University of East Anglia) explores the history of the gender pay gap. This IPR Lecture took place on 13 September 2018 as part of the IPR's Annual Symposium, 'Feminism, Gender Equality, and Public Policy: Where are we now?'
 
When the Russian Constitution was adopted in 1993, many observers were critical of what they saw to be its super-presidential nature. This was a misreading of the actual document, and it also failed to take into account the potential difference between what the document says and how particular individuals interact with it. Some are highly const ...…
 
You might not know it, but you’ve probably already seen some of Samir Hussein’s work. Having photographed everyone from A-list celebrities to the Royal family, Samir’s pictures have been used on front pages of national newspapers, inside the pages of magazines, TV stills and even an Australian postage stamp. On the podcast this week, we find ou ...…
 
One of the most important developments in the study of Russian history in the last decade or so is the “religious turn,” which, among other things, has pushed the study of Russian Orthodoxy beyond the conventions of church, theology, and doctrine toward the study of lived religion. Yet, many of the same scholars who study Orthodoxy as everyday ...…
 
This week on the podcast, we meet Emma Gannon, whose varied work has seen her become a bestselling author and reach millions of people with her blockbuster podcast CTRL ALT DELETE.Having grown a reputation and following as a blogger – in what might be referred to as the ‘blogging heyday’ of 2009 – Emma has been able to establish a career on her ...…
 
It might come as a surprise, but poverty rates in the developing world are dropping dramatically. In fact, economic growth in developing nations has far outpaced the growth of high income countries. Thus, not only has the world experienced a historic reduction in poverty over the last twenty-five years, but global income today is much more equa ...…
 
Commercial entities operating across international borders face a number of legal and cultural hurdles. American companies negotiating with partners in Russia or Ukraine not only need to navigate the laws of those countries, but they are also obliged to follow US commercial law, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Major on-the-g ...…
 
Dr. Nancy Kubiak presents an Introduction to Writing Case Reports by first identifying a clinical case appropriate for presentation. She then discusses learning objectives that emphasize the main teaching points of the case. After, she recognizes a "backwards approach" to writing case reports. Some items in this lecture may have come from the l ...…
 
On the podcast this week, we sat down with the V&A’s curator of digital design, Natalie Kane. Working in the V&A’s Design, Architecture and Digital department, as a curator, it’s Natalie’s job to think about how the museum collects, cares for and displays digital objects. Originally an English Literature graduate from Portsmouth University, Nat ...…
 
How Republican Senator Arthur Vandenberg forged a consensus that helped make the American Century.
 
Ideal modern nation states have clearly defined borders and a sedentary population. People without a defined domicile who regularly cross national borders easily put such an order into jeopardy. This talk explores the problem of transhumance in the Soviet South Caucasus in the 1920s and the beginning of the 1930s. Relying on documents of the Tr ...…
 
Dr. Jordan Burlen presents Part One of GI Bleeds by first covering Upper GI Bleeds. Stay tuned for his talk on Lower GI Bleeds! Behind the scenes at Louisville Lectures, we have been hard at work on a new series: "Little Lectures." Based on feedback from YOU, our loyal viewers, we are excited to present an under ten-minute video series created ...…
 
This week we meet Jules Young, who works at the intersection of the food and creative industries. As an agent and office manager for agency HERS, she has become specialised in a particularly niche field: food styling. We hear about the evolution of the craft, along with her own, non-traditional route to this line of work, and the wide-ranging p ...…
 
It is. Artists this week include Blackthorne, Thou, and Nebulo.
 
The object of study here is Ukraine, a highly corrupted former Soviet republic. Specifically, Osipian researches the market of writing and defending doctoral dissertations, also known as the dissertations market. He identifies providers of the service, as well as types of services they offer and the prices they charge. Such “dissertations for o ...…
 
This week, we sat down with American photographer Cait Oppermann to talk about sports, self-promotion and why she is ‘obsessed’ with her own productivity.A graduate of Pratt Institute’s photography course in Brooklyn, New York, Cait’s work has taken her all over the world. Working across editorial and commercial work, these days she counts the ...…
 
http://podcasts.la.utexas.edu/british-studies-lecture-series/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2018/09/18-09-07-British-Studies-Lecture-Series.mp3 Speaker – Jonathan Brown When Fidel Castro formed an alliance with the Soviet Union in 1962, it sparked the Cuban missile crisis and became a defining incident of the Cold War. Graham Greene’s Our Man in Ha ...…
 
Dr. Bilal Jalil presents "Positive Pressure Ventilation" through the following questions: 1. Why is my patient intubated? 2. What MV modes do I need to know about? 3. How do I set the initial ventilator settings? 4. Am I harming my patient with a ventilator? 5. The ventilator is alarming!!! What do I do? 6. Can I extubate my patient? Some items ...…
 
http://podcasts.la.utexas.edu/british-studies-lecture-series/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2018/09/18-08-31-British-Studies-Lecture-Series.mp3 Speaker – George Scott Christian In the last four years, fundamental questions have arisen about the future of the composite state created by the 1707 Treaty of Union between England and Scotland. In 2014 a ...…
 
In this week’s podcast we go behind the camera and into the world of broadcasting, to find out what it’s like to work in big TV studios. Throughout his time as a freelancer, multi-camera director Jan Genesis has worked with companies including Channel 4, Sky, BBC and ITV. His work can range from directing studio-based programmes such as news, c ...…
 
At the door. Artists this week include Baptists, Zeal & Ardor, and Tor.
 
Dr. Bilal Jalil presents 'Oxygen Delivery and Devices" by first building and narrowing the differential for hypoxemia. He then discusses the factors that affect oxygen delivery as well as the nasal cannula flow and Fi02 relationship. Finally, he finishes with a talk on oxygen beyond nasal cannula. Some items in this lecture may have come from t ...…
 
On the podcast this week, we meet Joana Filipe, an exhibition and interior designer, who also works as a creative producer for ELCAF, London’s biggest annual festival for comics and illustration. Not simply a designer for traditional art spaces, Joana’s clients have included Thames and Hudson, Greenpeace and Converse – as well as the London-bas ...…
 
Linda Greenhouse reported on the Supreme Court for the New York Times for the past thirty years. Currently a journalist in residence at the Yale Law School, and president of the American Philosophical Society, Greenhouse was at the Academy in May 2018 to deliver the Lloyd Cutler Lecture, entitled “Can the Supreme Court Save the United States.” ...…
 
Dr. Julio Ramirez presents Clinical Research: From Idea to Publication, by first outlining his discussion on clinical research as definitions and study designs, planning and performing the study, analyzing study results, disseminating study findings, and finally, clinical research infrastructure. Some items in this lecture may have come from th ...…
 
Oscar Hudson is a London-based director whose work spans music videos, documentaries, short films and commercials. In the last year alone he’s received over 15 notable awards – earning the title of UKVMAS’s Best Director, Creative Circle’s Silver award and Rotterdam International Film Festival’s audience award, to name a few. With a distinct st ...…
 
Dr. Shanna Barton is in her fourth year of residency for Medicine Pediatrics at the University of Louisville. In this presentation, she discusses the transition of care for patients in pediatrics to medicine as adults and how residents can help during this process. She does this through various cases as examples. Some items in this lecture may ...…
 
Our guest this week is Phoenix Perry, an independent game designer, lecturer, and activist, and was recorded on July 27th in London. Born and raised in the states, Phoenix moved to London in 2015, joining Goldsmiths as a lecturer, where she established her own MA programme. With a love of making things, building communities and exploring topics ...…
 
Dr. Liza Cholin presents a quick overview of Hyponatremia as our first installment of Little Lectures in under 10 minutes. Behind the scenes at Louisville Lectures, we have been hard at work on a new series: "Little Lectures." Based on feedback from YOU, our loyal viewers, we are excited to present an under ten-minute video series created by re ...…
 
As one of only two presidents to have never formally joined a church, people have wondered just how much Abraham Lincoln himself was under God when he said that the United States should consider itself as such as it strove for a new birth of freedom.However, the Civil War shifted the ground decisively under Lincoln's feet. In the cauldron of wa ...…
 
When you enter the field to collect data for your dissertation or thesis, what are some basic safety precautions you need to consider? What does it mean to receive informed consent from individuals in a Tajikistani village? This short talk will delve into these and other related topics for graduate students to consider as they prepare to enter ...…
 
The criminal justice system in Kazakhstan is full of contradictions: Soviet-era accusatorial bias in pre-trial detention and sentencing goes hand in hand with the pro-defendant bias in closing criminal cases. This paradoxical co-existence of seemingly contradictory biases fits well within the informal power map of the criminal justice system. T ...…
 
Our guest this week is photography agent Rosie Wadey. Rosie has worked at East Photographic, a London based agency representing talent including photographers, set designers, and stylists, since 2014. She starts by telling us what her role looks like, how she describes the job of an agent and the essential skills she uses every day.Rosie’s care ...…
 
Dr. Joseph Kvedar presents his book "The Internet of Healthy Things" for Grand Rounds. The Internet of Healthy Things marks the invention of a radically new way to deliver healthcare and inspire wellness. Some items in this lecture may have come from the lecturer’s personal academic files or have been cited in-line or at the end of the lecture. ...…
 
At school, most of us are taught not to do your research on the internet. But for motion designer Jace Harrison-Crowley, it’s proved to be his most valuable resource: “It is the dictionary, or encyclopaedia. For better or worse, if you’re looking for something, you’ll be able to find it.” For the past two years, Jace has been working at luxury ...…
 
The likes of footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, designer Kate Moross and even theoretical physicist Carlo Rovelli have found themselves in front of Lauren Maccabee’s lens. Having graduated just three years ago from the University of Brighton, it’s an impressive feat for any emerging photographer. But for Lauren, it’s always just been about capturing ...…
 
Friedman’s talk focuses on China’s foreign policy interests in the post-Mao era, with particular attention to future forecasts for China and Central Asia. Will China continue to dominate economically? What are some sources of resistance to this from wider Asia? And what is Russia's response to competing Chinese influence in Central Asia?…
 
"Gluttony discourse" plays an important role in literature. Research on this topic shows food discourse narratives can be used as a tool to describe individuality, spirituality, mood, and the social status of the protagonist. Eating processes, cooking scenes, descriptions of food, and what and how the protagonist eats can all provide source rea ...…
 
This week we find out how our multitalented podcast guest, Nicole Crentsil, went from a degree in product design to carving out her own unique path, acquiring a number of job titles along the way. By day, Nicole is head of partnerships and marketing at Creative Mentor Network, a charity connecting diverse young talent with industry. But in her ...…
 
In this week’s podcast we get to know Otegha Uwagba, whose job title spans a diverse range of roles – from author and journalist, to brand consultant and speaker. As the founder of advice-based platform Women Who, she’s become something of a role model in the field of self-designed career paths. We talked to her about everything from the benefi ...…
 
On April 12, 2017, President Nursultan Nazarbayev proposed a new program called, in English, “The Third Modernization”, but it is in reality a program for the spiritual revival of Kazakhstan. It is the 3rd stage in the national revival, the first stage being political and the second stage economic. This 3rd stage includes points on national his ...…
 
Dr. Stephen Winters presents "Klinefelter Syndrome" through multiple cases. He discusses the diagnoses of patients with Klinfelter Syndrome as well as what to look for in men and women. He then explains the quality of life for someone with KS as well as different treatments offered by various authors. Some items in this lecture may have come fr ...…
 
Our guest this week is Anoushka Rodda, co-founder and managing director of London-based design studio TEMPLO. Anoushka gives us insight into what happens when you graduate as a designer, but discover new and unexpected roles in your field; roles that are far better suited to your skill set and character.Taking a job as a designer at agency The ...…
 
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