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Long Range Pursuit Podcast, presented by Gunwerks, is the authoritative podcast on all things surrounding the science and techniques of long range hunting and shooting. Aaron Davidson and the Gunwerks crew along with a variety of industry expert guests discuss long range and precision rifle topics from hunting to competition tactics, ballistics, gun setup, gear selection, product design, gunsmithing, bullet performance, and a whole lot more.
 
A show where we learn about and share everything concerning long range shooting and custom rifle building. Shooting fundamentals, equipment to get started, advanced equipment and building a rifle for precision shooting and long range. Brought to you by Wolf Precision, Inc. and your host Jamie Dodson. Visit out website at www.wolfprecision.net
 
Learn how to use wireless communications to develop true dispatch communications, implement and manage communications tools, improve one-to-many communication, keep up to date with security and customer satisfaction trends, increase coverage and range, and roll out push-to-talk technology. The primary audience for the Wireless Communications Explained podcast is information technology (IT), engineering, and operations professionals that use wireless communications. Featuring Chas Elliott, Pr ...
 
Welcome to Best Laid Plans -- a podcast all about planning and the planning tools we love. From planning techniques and organizing philosophies to planners and notebooks, we cover it all. Host Sarah Hart-Unger is a mother of 3, physician, podcasting pro, and a lover of lists and all things paper! Listen in weekly for conversations about planning and productivity as well as product reviews and interviews with planning experts!
 
Hosted by life long friends Rick Hogg and Mark Kelley. -Rick Hogg is a 29 year US Army Special Operation Combat Veteran. Rick has taken his 13 combat deployments, both in Iraq and Afghanistan, and teaching experience as a Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat instructor and harnessed them into War HOGG Tactical, Inc. -Mark Kelley is a US Army Combat veteran and 28 year major city Law Enforcement Officer. Mark took his military, tactical, and dignitary protection team leader experience into Ke ...
 
The Tutor Podcast the weekly show that’s all about the business of helping people. If you’re a tutor, a teacher or a coach, join your host Neil Cowmeadow for news, tips and insights to help you Start, Grow and Love your tutoring business. Plain English, no buzzwords and no BS. So, if you want to make more money - and make more of a difference - The Tutor Podcast will be with you, every step of the way.
 
The IIoT Spotlight Podcast shines a light on Industrial IoT solutions that are impacting businesses today. Every episode we interview an expert about a specific IoT use case. Our goal is to provide insight into the planning and implementation of IIoT systems, from new business models to technology architecture selection to data ownership and security. The IIoT Spotlight is produced by IoT ONE, an information platform that provides market insight, partner development, and go-to-market support ...
 
A Podcast of books, games, and absolute comedy weirdness! We tell you the ins and outs of every game and book that we get our hands on, and report it to you with the silliness that comes into our minds and out of our mouths. Sometimes without processing in between that process! We hope you join us for our interesting and different pod. *Heavy swearing and innuendo included** Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pageandbuttonspodcast/support
 
Out Standing in the Field is a podcast from the DeWitt, Macon & Piatt County University of Illinois Extension offices. Educator Doug Gucker covers seasonal agriculture issues specific to Central Illinois. Follow him on Twitter @SoilWaterDoug University of Illinois * U.S. Department of Agriculture * Local Extension Councils Cooperating University of Illinois Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. If you need reasonable accommodation to participate please contact th ...
 
The Crazed podcast shines a light on innovations in mental health and the influencers, disruptors and leaders behind those ideas. Each month we’ll discuss promising new approaches and moving success stories to entertain you and inspire a new way of thinking about mental health issues, and the people that live with them. Stigma around mental health issues has prevented millions of people from accessing care for too long. Join us as we examine issues through a lens of hope and innovation. Find ...
 
Move more of your body more often and in more interesting ways with the Get-Fit Guy! If you want to begin an exercise routine and don't know where to start, or if you've been working out for a while and aren't getting the results you want, host Brock Armstrong will give you the tips you need to reach your fitness and movement goals. Get expert information on the latest fitness trends and advice on everything from toning your arms to running a 5K or simply building more movement into your day ...
 
We are Ross, a long time fan of Doctor Who, and Victoria, a relatively new convert to the show. We bring unique, informed perspectives to our experience and enjoyment of Doctor Who. Each podcast covers a Doctor Who television story and includes a story synopsis, review and discussion of where each fits in the Doctor Who Universe. Future episodes will cover all the media in that Universe, including audio plays, books and comics.
 
MindPump exposes the RAW TRUTH about health, fitness, nutrition and more... Hosts Sal Di Stefano, Adam Schafer & Justin Andrews pull back the curtain on the mythology, snake oil and pseudo-science that pervades the fitness industry and present science-backed solutions that result in increased muscular development and performance while simultaneously emphasizing health. No fitness institution or fitness "truth" is safe from their quick wit and over 40 years of combined experience in the fitne ...
 
Leading science journalists provide a daily minute commentary on some of the most interesting developments in the world of science. For a full-length, weekly podcast you can subscribe to Science Talk: The Podcast of Scientific American . To view all of our archived podcasts please go to www.scientificamerican.com/podcast
 
Our story begins in 1973 when the shy and reclusive schoolboy Jeff would spend hours hiding in the "studio" (little more than a school broom cupboard) with a record player, a cassette recorder and a handful of scratched 45's endlessly trying to emulate the DJs he would listen to whilst hiding under his bedcovers with his battered transistor radio pressed to his ear all night long endlessly as he tried to maintain the shaky reception to stations like Radio Luxembourg, the FAB 208, where you c ...
 
Conversations on strength, health, fitness, life, coaching, and anything else that comes up. Dan John has spent his life with one foot in the world of lifting and throwing, and the other foot in academia. An All-American discus thrower, Dan has also competed at the highest levels of Olympic lifting, Highland Games and the Weight Pentathlon, an event in which he holds the American record. Dan has written 14 books and has been coaching for over 40 years. He is a wealth of knowledge and is happ ...
 
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According to recent registration data, Tesla appears to have virtually sold out of the Model Y Long Range version in Q3. In places such as China and California, the company's all-electric crossover Model Y has already proven to be more popular than the Model 3 sedan. The Model Y's high demand has resulted in a $3,500 price increase so far this year…
 
Health authorities in Papua New Guinea are struggling to get people vaccinated against Covid-19. And this, as the total number of confirmed cases in PNG continues to grow - it's almost at 17,000 - but the government insists the situation is under control. RNZ Pacific's Johnny Blades speaks to Worldwatch's Max Towle.…
 
Would it be more effective to vaccinate more socially mobile people before the elderly? A study by researchers at the University of Oslo, published today, says yes. Perlina Lau speaks to the director of Te Pūnaha Matatini at the University of Auckland, Professor Shaun Hendy who has been modelling the spread of the virus.…
 
The police have seized $70 million in cash and property linked to an international pyramid scheme, in what is New Zealand's largest-ever criminal forfeiture. The funds were the proceeds of a pyramid scheme based in China, and were sent to New Zealand to hide their illicit source. Detective inspector Craig Hamilton told Perlina Lau the seizure follo…
 
The Government's open to bringing buses and associated infrastructure back into public ownership. That comes as the Wellington Regional Council has slammed the current bus contracting model, saying it's been a race to the bottom for driver wages and conditions. The Public Transport Operating Model, introduced in 2013, is currently up for consultati…
 
Team New Zealand could be taking the next America's Cup regatta overseas, because the $100 million in cash and in-kind support on offer was not enough. That money was put forward in confidential negotiations by the government and Auckland Council. Auckland's mayor Phil Goff says the team wanted double that -- $200 million -- which he says would not…
 
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about full range of motion vs partial reps during bodybuilding exercises, the differences between cardio from running and cardio from pushing a heavy sled, the best snacks & quick foods to eat for hard gainers trying to get extra protein calories, and great exercises to …
 
Allan joins Kathryn to talk about why it's taken 20 years to sequence the human genome - but there's still more to be done. Why have three experts resigned from the US Food and Drug Administration over the approval of an Alzheimer's drug? And could a mosquito hack cut the rates of Dengue Fever? Allan Blackman is a Professor of Chemistry, School of …
 
Asked to think of a "typical Kiwi farmer" and your mind might stray to a Fred Dagg or a Wal Footrot, but a new book has captured the diversity of those making a living off the land. The Kiwi Farmers Guide to Life: Rural Tales from the Heartland has been written by agricultural journalist Tim Fulton. It includes 25 stories of those in the agri-field…
 
Shopify Inc. will make its e-commerce checkout system available to all businesses selling on Google and Facebook. This is the first time the Canadian technology business has made a product available to merchants that do not utilize its platform. Shop Pay is a checkout tool that saves customers' information, allowing them to complete online transact…
 
Lordstown Motors claims to have enough funds to manufacture its battery-powered vehicles until May of next year. The company is aggressively seeking cash and has reconfirmed orders for its first car. The CEO and CFO of the company resigned on Monday after the board discovered evidence of false claims.The company's shares rose more than 11% today af…
 
On Tuesday, Oracle Corp surpassed Wall Street forecasts for fourth-quarter sales and earnings.Total revenue is $11.23 billion vs $11.04 billion expected, fueled by demand for its cloud services as individuals continued to work remotely.Businesses that use hybrid work methods have benefitted Oracle's cloud platform, which competes with Microsoft Azu…
 
Nvidia Corp may not be able to complete its $40 billion acquisition of Arm by the March 2022 deadline.According to sources acquainted with the situation, European regulators are hesitant to evaluate the issue until after the summer vacation. According to sources familiar with the case, the US Federal Trade Commission has been compiling information …
 
Apple Podcasts Subscriptions are now available to customers globally. The service is offered for thousands of participating shows for a low monthly cost of 49 cents. Some subscribers may also get access to new episodes and unique materials before the general public. Apple had intended to launch podcast subscriptions in May, but this has been postpo…
 
Analysts predict that Amazon.com will overtake Walmart as the top retailer in the United States by 2022. According to Doug Anmuth of J.P. Morgan, Amazon's total revenue for calendar 2022 will be $580.2 billion. This is slightly more than the $567.6 billion Street consensus estimate for Walmart.By Yi
 
Psychologist and author Steve Biddulph is a best known for his very popular parenting books Raising Boys and Raising Girls. His latest book takes on a slightly bigger subject: the human race in general! Steve Biddulph says humans have a kind of super-sense, often called a gut instinct, which we need to learn how to tap into in order to become fully…
 
In today's Pod: an investigation is launched into whether mysterious plastic beads scattered across a Coromandel beach could be from the wreck of the Rena which sank almost 10 years ago; a New Zealand Made business providing comfort for those challenged by sensory processing differences and increasing numbers of Kiwis are viewing China as a threat …
 
Bernard joins Kathryn to talk about the free trade deal announced between Australia and the United Kingdom, with 99 percent of Aussie goods able to enter the UK duty free once the deal comes into force next year. The deal was agreed while Scott Morrison was at the G7, where he was denied a one-on-one meeting with US President Joe Biden - was that a…
 
New data revealing the sheer unseen power of an earthquake, indicates a "mega flood" of rocks swamped Kaikoura's seabed during 2016's 7.8 quake. On-going research undertaken by NIWA using Swedish robots, shows boulders the size of a doubledecker bus, in a hundreds-of-metres high avalanche, have fundamentally altered Kaikoura canyon's geography and …
 
Ski industry leaders are pleading with the Government to cut red tape and allow skilled overseas workers in for the winter, saying the economic revival of regional areas is at stake. Ski operators say they're in urgent need of highly-skilled groomer operators and don't understand why Immigration New Zealand is declining those visa applications. Mea…
 
The Wellington Regional Council is pushing the government to put buses and bus infrastructure back into public ownership. The capital's bus system continues to struggle with driver shortages - which have led to cancelled buses and changes to the timetables. There have also been strikes amid recent pay talks between NZBus and the union - a deal was …
 
The gates have officially opened for the first day of the National Fieldays. After an online-only event last year because of Covid-19, more than 100,000 people are expected over the next four days. The Fieldays have been running for over 50 years and in 2021 it's not just tractors on show, there's everything from vegetarian mince and deer milk to t…
 
An international student completing his PhD in New Zealand is begging to be let back into his course. Prithwish Sain, a chemistry student at Waikato University has spent more than $200,000 dollars on his studies here, and says he was due to finish by the end of this year but now faces being deported. His enrolment has been terminated following a "c…
 
New Zealand cricket fans should not be worried about the team's losses in their two previous World Cup finals, as it will likely have no impact in the World Test Championship final against India. That's the view of former Black Caps bowler Richard Petrie, who is now a mental skills coach. He says that Kane Williamson's side will instead only be thi…
 
A leading expert on China says the growing unease about the Asian superpower is a result of political action in Hong Kong, allegations of human rights abuse in Xinjiang province and Australia's deteriorating relationship with the country. According to the latest Asia New Zealand Foundation which maps New Zealander's perceptions of Asia and Asian pe…
 
It's the meeting the world's been waiting for - President Joe Biden and Russian leader Vladimir Putin will meet in Geneva tomorrow. It follows Biden's week deep in discussion with other world leaders at both the G7 and NATO summits - including concerns with Russia. Officials say Biden is working intensely to prepare for the talks with Putin. Corres…
 
Police have revealed they foiled two mass shootings around the same time as the 2019 mosque terror attack. Cameron Bayly, the national security advisor for New Zealand Police, shared this detail at the counter-terrorism hui in Christchurch. Professor Paul Spoonley, an expert in far right extremism at Massey University spoke to Susie Ferguson.…
 
A leaked report is revealing the huge cost of fixing up water infrastructure to cope with Wellington's growing population. The capital's population is forecast to grow by up to 80,000 people in the coming three decades. But getting the creaking pipes up to scratch is going to cost billions. Harry Lock was passed the council report. He spoke to Cori…
 
Fewer than half of South Auckland pensioners have had a shot despite being prioritised to receive their Covid-19 vaccinations early. The government's roll-out scheme put around 70,000 South Aucklanders over-65 in priority group two because the area is high risk. This includes a high proportion of Maori and Pasifika people. However, the programme le…
 
The Police have apologised to the Transport Agency over their account of what happened after a roadworker's death in Wellington. Their original account showed police wanted an urgent ban on a type of truck handbrake that failed, but the agency took a long time to do this. This prompted the man's family to label the agency careless and callous. Phil…
 
Police have revealed they intervened in stopping two potential mass shootings at about the time of the Christchurch terror attack, indicating the country is far from immune for more extremist violence. The Police's national security advisor Cameron Bayly, who spoke on the first day of a hui in Christchurch on terrorism, says intelligence services a…
 
Team New Zealand's boss Grant Dalton says the government's financial offer to host the America's Cup isn't yet enough to do a deal. The two parties have until tomorrow to exclusively negotiate a deal that would allow Team New Zealand to defend the auld mug on home waters. From Thursday, other countries can put their own bids in to host it. The Roya…
 
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