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Light-hearted conversation with callers from all over about new words, old sayings, slang, family expressions, language change and varieties, as well as word histories, linguistics, regional dialects, word games, grammar, books, literature, writing, and more. You can join author/journalist Martha Barnette and linguist/lexicographer Grant Barrett on the show with your language thoughts, questions, and stories: https://waywordradio.org/contact or words@waywordradio.org. In the US 🇺🇸 and Canada ...
 
Join us as we talk to the Directors and Assistant Directors before the release of their editions. Find out why they chose the theme and what articles to look out for! Lexicon is an online medical magazine which releases editions on a quarterly basis. Go to www.lexiconin.com for more information and to read our editions and blogs.
 
Subject, Object, Verb is the sonic counterpart to ArtReview magazine, one of the world’s leading publications on contemporary art. The show explores the connections between artist, art and life – or, in the show’s own lexicon: subject, object and verb. Musician, artist and writer Ross Simonini engages with artists and thinkers of all varieties, including but not limited to painters, fashion designers, filmmakers, novelists, sculptors, poets, composers, sound artists, curators, and philosophe ...
 
The C3 Podcast is a product of Celebration Community Church, with two physical campuses in Hays, KS and Colby, KS. Taking a long-form approach, hosts Nathan and Derek discuss in depth topics that may not fit the bill or the allotted time of a service. Desiring to tell the story of a church body grounded in the local community but visible globally, the C3 Podcast reframes the cliche church lexicon to rebuild faith language rooted in the love and light of Christ. Expect guest interviews, theol ...
 
The Catalysts Podcast focuses on the key benefits of corporates and startups working together and how these partnerships can become a catalyst for change for the future. This latest 3rd series accompanies the new book that I have co-written with Eamonn Carey, called 'The Startup Lexicon’, which is a guide to the words, phrases, jargon and terminology used in the startup and tech world. In each episode Eamonn and I will discuss 2-3 key words that are crucial to the understanding of the world ...
 
The Lexicon of Dread podcast kicks off with a chilling retelling of H.P Lovecraft's masterpiece 'At The Mountains of Madness'. Told from the perspective of a survivor of a failed Antarctic expedition, this novella is a cautionary tale about digging too deeply in Earth's remotest corners. What starts off as a routine fossil hunt quickly transforms into a mind-bending nightmare, as two men come face to face with Earth's most devastating secret...and the evil that calls it home.
 
In-depth learning experience covering the Evolution &Origin of religion. It correct place in the American Lexicon. A descriptive analysis of all aspects of the Lunar and Solar progression beginning in Kemet Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moses-caldwell/support
 
Mythology extends past the Greek and Roman pantheon, and European fairy tales are only one section in the worldwide folklore lexicon. Every other Monday, join your host Gree, long time folk tale fan and short time global studies scholar, as we delve into stories from traditionally overlooked cultures from all over the planet. If you’re interested in hearing about myths and fables and legends from civilizations that have honed storytelling over thousands of years, “Colored Folklore” is the po ...
 
Equipped with a lexicon not suitable for the ears of kids *and* adults alike, Host Jen Danczak sits down with guests for judgement-free, profanity-filled discussions of real life stories- from relationships, sex, and other taboo topics to current events, living life in Los Angeles, music, sports and yes- even the deep stuff. An open mind and dirty mouth are always encouraged, and all stereotypes are put aside during the all-inclusive conversations where no question is off the table, and no b ...
 
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Up and to the Left

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Up and to the Left

Delilah Asterales, Chad Alexander & Tennesseine

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Colorful Perspectives from Two White Guys and a Brown Chick! Who We Are: We are three friends, sharing our perspectives in this casual yet engaging podcast. You will know two of us from Twitter, the third you won't cuz that's not his jam. Tenn goes by the handle @Tennesseine and the lovely Delilah is better known by her handle @HawaiiDelilah. Chad Alexander rounds out our stable and lives a fulfilling life without a Twitter handle! What We Do: In our podcast series, we attempt to cover hot t ...
 
Welcome to Word of The Gay, a weekly podcast dissecting common words in the queer lexicon. Hosts Brendy and Leni will tackle a new word every week, taking a deep dive into its origin, contemporary usage, how it’s used in pop culture and how its perceived by different members of our community. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We have been taught that there are certain topics you don't broach in "mixed company"-- but we don't like or follow this rule. By sharing news, our stories and the stories of others, we hope to give people a better sense of understanding multiracial identities and to create a new cultural lexicon to work with in talking about race with people of all races. Join the conversation by emailing inmixedcopodcast (at) gmail.com.
 
Take your writing from average to awesome, and learn tools of the trade from bestselling authors, master writing teachers, and publishing industry insiders. This podcast will give you tools and techniques to help you get those words on the page and your stories out into the world. Past guests include: Delia Ephron, John Sandford, Steve Berry, Jojo Moyes, Tana French, Guy Kawasaki, and more.
 
This podcast is for Chiropractors, Chiropractic assistants, and Chiropractic advocates! This will be primarily interview format where I interview Chiropractors all over the world diving into topics such as what inspired them to be a Chiropractor, their successes and struggles, business lessons, self-care/self-love, current research, political matters, Chiropractic philosophy, lexicon, and much, much more. This is the Chiro Inspired podcast, where Chiropractors come to learn, to be empowered, ...
 
Vancouver's source for Urbanism, Insight, and Evolution. Hosted by Gordon Price, former Vancouver City Councillor and Director of the SFU City Program lecture series. Featuring interviews with leading players and emerging voices on issues of urban planning, architecture, housing, transportation, politics, culture, and public spaces.
 
Welcome to Everybody Wants Something: A Degrassi podcast, where two black millennials deep dive into a Canadian teen drama from Junior High to Next Class. Because why not? Join Lauren and Seynique as they recap everyone's favorite teen melodrama. From the fashion to the life lessons - Lauren and Seynique have got you covered.
 
We're reviewed every episode of the original Degrassi Junior High and Degrassi High, week by week. Now we're working our way through The Next Generation. If you want to send in your comments or join us, hit us up at narbosandbroomheads@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter too where our handle is @narbospodcast or on Instagram where we're @narbosandbroomheadspodcast
 
Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Library service host a varied programme of events throughout the year, some of which we record, including a series of literary events called dlr Library Voices and an annual literary festival called Mountains to Sea dlr Book Festival run in collaboration with dlr Arts Office. Our books podcast Need To Read is where authors, professionals and avid readers share their favourite books across their area of interest, expertise or obsession.
 
They told them they had LIFE, and they were never coming home. Now they are home through overturned convictions and survived sentences. Recently coming home himself after 18 years in prison, Benjamin Frandsen leads us on weekly interviews through the emotions, thoughts and processes of those who have survived their heavy handed sentences. When Benjamin Frandsen was only ten months old, his mother would sit him up on the kitchen counter so she could chat with him, not in baby-talk lexicon but ...
 
Chyyy: Origin: A Colloquialism: The lexicon of black grannies and gay best friends with all the good advice and hot tea, respectively. Meaning: An indelible part in the cannon of linguistics for Black folk, particularly in the speech of many women and gay men. Generally said before a good read on a subject or situation is given as you share a story. Examples: "I saw Ronnie at the bar with Annalise, so I walked over to him and I said chyyy what is you doing, you know if Gertie find out you ov ...
 
Writers, artivists and creatives CHARLES TYSON, JR. and MARTHA MADRIGAL come to you each week with their unique brand of wit and humor as they discuss current headlines affecting the LGBTQ+ community, pop culture, and navigating life as a black queer man and a white trans femme, recently engaged. After ten years of friendship and another ten years as a couple, these former tavern owners invite you into their home at East Barbary Lane each week to visit with them, their needy Pomeranian and t ...
 
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Education Policy for All

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Education Policy for All

University of Glasgow School of Education

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In this show, colleagues from the Research and Teaching Group on Education Leadership and Policy, based at the School of Education at the University of Glasgow invite researchers to discuss various topics related to education research and policy. We aim to break down and make accessible the concepts and policies that shape education and education policy generally.
 
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Comedian Rodney Dangerfield was fond of introducing jokes with a kind of redundancy, for example: “My wife, she told me I was one in a million. I found out she was right.” But those seemingly superfluous pronouns are filled with promise. John explains. Lexicon Valley is a reader-supported publication. Please consider becoming a paid subscriber. Thi…
 
At the premiere of Jay and Silent Bob Go Canadian, Eh! Paige and Alex discover they enjoy each others' company a lot more than they probably should. Meanwhile, Emma, on a date with her new secret boyfriend Peter, discovers another secret couple at the premiere--Snake and Ms. Hatzilakos. Later, Alex and Paige are still confused over what happened th…
 
Read: "Moon Without Possible Approach" at Tin Fish Press. Purchase: The Silk the Moths Ignore (Inlandia Books, 2021) Bronwen Tate teaches poetry, creative nonfiction, and creative writing pedagogy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. She is the author of the poetry collection The Silk the Moths Ignore and a contributor to the collabo…
 
This latest series accompanies the new book that I have co-written with Eamonn Carey, called 'The Startup Lexicon’, which is a guide to the words, phrases, jargon and terminology used in the startup and tech world. In each episode Eamonn and I will discuss 2-3 key words that are crucial to the understanding of the world of start-ups. In today’s epi…
 
Whoa, it's ALL GOOD NEWS this episode: - Janelle Monáe is a shining Beacon to the queer community...again - Cuba recognizes what a family truly is, and sets an example that others should consider following - Netflix Walks Back at least ONE of Their Tacky Decisions - Meanwhile, Hannah Gadsby spreads that Netflix money, and she still ain’t flinched. …
 
Today, Lori is interviewing Carol Van Den Hende. They’ll be talking about finding purpose and her new book Orchid Blooming. Carol Van Den Hende is the award-winning author of the Goodbye, Orchid series. She’s also a speaker, global marketer, digital strategist, Climate Reality Leader and Board Trustee. One secret to her good fortune? Her humorous h…
 
Downtown Sasquatch have a shot at a record deal when a music producer shows interest in them, but they later find out he is only interested in Craig, who has to make a difficult choice. Meanwhile, Liberty prepares to give birth while dealing with the stresses of school. Later, the Friendship Club's opinions on sex and homosexuality threaten Spinner…
 
HEY GANG! WE'RE TAKING A FEW WEEKS OFF BUT WE'LL BE BACK LATER IN OCTOBER WITH OUR FIRST MY SO CALLED LIFE EPISODE. IN THE MEANTIME, HERE'S AN OLD EPISODE TO TIDE YOU OVER. SEE YOU SOON! It's time for Part Two of Taking Off, where we see Mike Nelson once again, we learn about Shane's fate, and we read an epic poem about Mike Nelson's life adventure…
 
Roadside Picnic, first published in 1972, is the best-known work of Russia’s most famous modern science fiction writers, Arkady & Boris Strugatsky, together the authors of 26 novels and scores of short stories. To discuss it we are joined by the writer and radio presenter Jennifer Lucy Allan, and the publisher and translator Ilona Chavasse. The boo…
 
A documentary film called My Beautiful Stutter follows youngsters at a summer camp specifically for stutterers. It's a place for finding acceptance, support, and confidence for navigating the larger world. And:, "The High Priestess of Soul," Nina Simone, was one of the most beguiling performers of all time. A beautiful new picture book for children…
 
Pastor Uri recently wrote an article for the Fight Laugh Feast magazine titled “CULTURE WARS & THE LAND GOD PROMISED”, in which these nuggets appeared: “In the last 50 years, many found the seduction of tranquility and monastic living more appealing than fighting the war for the land of Canaan.” “They will take their culture wars with an extra shot…
 
This episode features the musician and painter, Joanne Robertson whose work is born from improvisation. She regularly collaborates with other artists, such as Dean Blunt and Sidsel Meineche Hansen, who plays a vacuum on Joanne’s most recent release. We discuss her ideas on music, art and life, all while she nurses her newborn baby. Featured image P…
 
Medway Pride Radio asked us to talk about the United States' story of the last 40 years of history with the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Of course, the only logical choice was to sit down with our good friend Robb Reichard, executive director of the AIDS Fund in Philadelphia. We discuss where we've been, where we are, and where we hope to be in our ongoing s…
 
My wife, she … Comedian Rodney Dangerfield was fond of introducing jokes with a kind of redundancy, for example: “My wife, she told me I was one in a million. I found out she was right.” But those seemingly superfluous pronouns are filled with promise. John explains. Lexicon Valley is a reader-supported publication. Please consider becoming a paid …
 
Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Jeffrey James Higgins. We’ll be talking about his closed setting thriller novel Furious: Sailing Into Terror. Jeffrey James Higgins is a retired supervisory special agent who writes thrillers, short stories, scripts, creative nonfiction, and essays. He has wrestled a suicide bomber, fought the Taliban in c…
 
HEY GANG! WE'RE TAKING A FEW WEEKS OFF BUT WE'LL BE BACK LATER IN OCTOBER WITH OUR FIRST MY SO CALLED LIFE EPISODE. IN THE MEANTIME, HERE'S AN OLD EPISODE TO TIDE YOU OVER. SEE YOU SOON! Wheels runs away! Shane takes acid and falls off a bridge! Melanie hates her school photos! You all know this episode, and we're covering it this week. Come and ch…
 
There are word nerds, and then there’s the woman who set up a folding chair on sidewalks throughout the country, cheerfully dispensing tips about grammar. She recounts her adventures in a new book. And the story of the brilliant pioneer of computing language whose name lives on in a familiar term. Plus, when you get a new haircut, beware of anyone …
 
- HRC appoints their First Queer Black Woman as President. - Threatening The Dictionary Because Words Hurt You Doesn't Actually Work, You Know - Trans people can currently update their Birth Certificates in Montana...But Don’t Wait Too Long, Folks - Mermaids Aren't Real...But Their Effect On The Fragile Psyche Of Racist White Folks Surely Is Join T…
 
Today, Lori is interviewing Helen Scheuerer. They’ll be talking about some of the lessons in her new book How to Write a Successful Series. Helen Scheuerer is the fantasy author of the bestselling trilogy, The Oremere Chronicles and the Curse of the Cyren Queen quartet. Her work has been highly praised for its strong, flawed female characters and i…
 
This week, while helping his new friend Tim, Marco faces his own reality and contemplates coming out to his father. Meanwhile, Emma likes the attention Peter gives her, even though she knows it would hurt Manny. And later, the one-year anniversary of the school shooting opens up old wounds for everyone involved. Spinner goes with Darcy to the Frien…
 
We end Season 5 finding out that no one told Drake that he wasn't going to graduate high school until it was too late :(PROGRAMMING NOTE!!! The podcast continues, but we're taking a Degrassi break for the next 4-5 months as we've decided to review all 19 episodes of My So Called Life. We hope that you'll stick around for this one. If you've never s…
 
North and South is Elizabeth Gaskell’s fourth novel and considered by many to be her best. It tells the story of Margaret Hale, a principled young middle-class woman from the rural South whose family are obliged to re-settle in the Northern industrial town of Milton. Joining us to discuss the novel’s contemporary relevance, are two new guests: Jenn…
 
In this very special episode, author Colin Stein unveils an epic portrait of our place and time: Vanbikes: Vancouver's Bicycle People and the Fight for Transportation Change, 1986-2011 (An Oral History). In conversation with Gordon and a room full of fans, he relates how the bicycle people transformed Vancouver, and how Vancouver transformed Colin …
 
We use the term Milky Way for that glowing arc across the sky. But how people picture it varies from culture to culture. In Sweden, that starry band goes by a name that means "Winter Street," and in Hawaii, a term for the Milky Way translates as "fish jumping in shadows." And: the history of naming rooms in a house. Some old houses have a room off …
 
The “trans” movement has now zoomed in on the most vulnerable of humanity — children. Our guest @BillboardChris is putting his life on the line of the Culture War front lines, fighting the great battle of our time: the “Trans” movement. This sinister crusade is being perpetuated by some of our most trusted medical institutions, such as Boston Child…
 
This talk for parents of children with ADHD and adults with ADHD alike will explain what is ADHD and will also explode some of the popular myths and misconceptions around this condition, which affects 5% of the population. Think of it as a crash course in the condition!Ken Kilbride is the CEO at ADHD Ireland. Ken has over 25 years experience in sen…
 
Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Nova McBee. We’ll be talking about the rapid release model and her book series Calculated. Nova McBee is an avid traveler and culture nerd who has lived and worked in Europe, the Middle East and Asia for half her life. She speaks multiple languages, including Mandarin, and lived in China for more than a de…
 
Liberty and J.T. are back together and looking to buy an apartment, but with no income, J.T. resorts to stealing and selling drugs to a dealer. Meanwhile, Emma, tired of being a "third wheel" to Manny and Craig, decides to go on a date with Derek, but she really wants to be with Peter. Later, J.T. learns that getting out of the drug-dealing busines…
 
Marco participates in the most absurd ceremony of all time. We're available on all of the standard podcasting platforms and can also be streamed on Spotify. Please give us a follow on Twitter NarbosPodcast or on Instagram and Tiktok @NarbosAndBroomheadsPodcast, and if you want to watch along, please send your comments to Narbosandbroomheads@gmail.c…
 
The racial reckoning of the past several years has altered the way we think about and use language, often for better but occasionally for worse. And sometimes, as John explains in this episode, what we tend to believe is at odds with what is most likely true. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get acce…
 
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