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Explore the diverse stories of some of the most advanced Intercultural practitioners from around the world with Marco Blankenburgh, who has been equipping people with cultural agility for 25+ years. Along the way, you will gain cultural insights that will help you find relational success in our globally diverse world.
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IFTV's podcast with Marco, Michael, Gaetano & Antonio. 4 huge Serie A fans coming from different generations giving their opinions on the passionate calcio they love... Watch the podcast in video form on YT & FB : ItalianFootballTV Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/italianfootballtv/support
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What's it like to live and learn with a learning differences? Together we will explore this question through conversations with people who have learning differences and/or are experts in this field. Hosted by a Marco Montalbano a high school student with dyslexia. Each month Marco will explore stories and strategies behind peoples' successes and difficulties with learning differences.
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JusMusic Podcast

Marco Incampo and Jailan Williams

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JusMusic is a podcast that invites artists, music lovers, and fans of entertainment to engage in virtual and in-person discussions about the art of music, the music industry, and other subtopics.
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You’re listening to the Street Pricing podcast - The only show where proven SaaS leaders share their mindset and mistakes in pricing so we can all stop guessing and start growing. Enjoy, subscribe, and tell a friend. Now, let’s break it down with your host and sought-after slayer of bad pricing, Marcos Rivera.
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From development and design to marketing and support, Under the Radar is all about independent app development. It's rarely longer than 30 minutes. Hosted by Marco Arment and David Smith.
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Relax or fall asleep to calmly narrated stories about The Titanic, Pyramids of Egypt, Henry Ford, Joan of Arc, Loch Ness Monster, Easter Island, Jesse Owens, Ancient Greece, Gold Rush, Gilligan’s Island, Nazi Loot, Marco Polo, Florence Nightingale, Jackie Robinson, Balloon Flight, Mongols, Kublai Khan, Pilgrims, Reindeer, Salt, Coal, Rubber, Nitroglycerin, Treasure Hunts, Prison Escapes, and much more. ———- You can access all of the ARCHIVE & BONUS EPISODES at www.calmhistory.com.
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Nicholas Marco is a Multi-Unit, Multi-Brand Franchisee in the Wellness and Fitness Industries with a passion for Entrepreneurship. His goal of this podcast is to be The Opportunity Coach! He hopes his listeners will be inspired to take the next positive step in their lives. Today is the day for you to open that business!
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Welcome to alAndar w/ Marcos & Jim, a podcast where two friends, united in their love of art, share and discuss their work, their struggles, and their thoughts on all things creative. Marcos de Jesús “de la Guagua” is a singer, rapper, and song-writer. James Noguera, aka "Jim Nog," is a fiction writer, poet, and university instructor. Let's make the way - al andar!
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Redefining Society Podcast

Marco Ciappelli, ITSPmagazine

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Redefining Society Podcast | Musing On Society & Technology | Hosted by Marco Ciappelli Let's face it: the future is now. We live in a Hybrid Analog Digital Society, and we must stop ignoring it or pretending that technology is not affecting us. The line between the physical and virtual worlds has become a figment of our imagination. On it, we are continually performing a dangerous balancing act juggling convenience, privacy, freedom, security, technology, society, culture, and even the futu ...
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Host Marco Werman and his team of producers bring you the world's most interesting stories that remind us just how small our planet really is. The World, the radio program, is heard each weekday on over 300 public stations across North America.
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The BarCast

Marcos, Cornilious, & Bearded Rob

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🎙️ Welcome to "The BarCast" Carnival of Conversation! 🎪 Join our ringmasters, Marcos, Cornilious, and the uproarious Bearded Rob at our neighborhood bar. From sizzling city council brawls to wacky community capers, we've got all the political fun! 🌶️ Pull up a stool, enjoy the show, and let's spin the debate wheel together while sipping on spirited discussions! 🍻🗳️ #TheBarCast #LocalPolitics #CheersToDebate 🎈
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rzile@hotmail.com info@brainfoodrecords.com.au @brainfoodrecords Radio mixes from 2013-2018 on Mixcloud & Hearthis. Rob Zile's first EP was released in September 2009 on Artefekz Muzik. Following this EP many doors were opened; from being asked to remix other artists to forging great relationships with other dj’s, producers and record labels from around the world. It also gave him the opportunity to play his first international gig at the WMC Techno Marathon in Miami in 2010, sharing the bil ...
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Remedy Of Words

Brian San Marco, Martin Wagmaister

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Hosts Brian San Marco and Martin Wagmaister debut the Remedy Of Words podcast and introduce you to a different type of conversation about mental health. The broadcast industry veterans use their own mental health journeys and life lessons to reach out to other men for an honest, raw and eye-opening conversation that will include a variety of “guy”-related topics.
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Learn Latin American Spanish the fun and easy way with Speaking Spanish for Beginners! Hosted by Marco Fierro, Spanish tutor and founder of Latin ELE, our show is the perfect way for language students to get started. We understand that learning a new language can be intimidating, but don't worry - Marco has years of experience teaching Spanish and he'll make sure every lesson is easy to understand and fun! With his guidance, you'll quickly be speaking Spanish with confidence. Join us today a ...
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Big Fat Real Estate Checks

Marco Kozlowski: Real Estate Investor and Guide

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Big Fat Real Estate Checks is a podcast about investing in U.S based multifamily real estate. If you want to replace your J.O.B income with passive income for life, then Marco Kozlowski’s proprietary systems and processes can help you get there. Marco has been in real estate for 20+ years, and has learned lessons, horror stories, and an entertaining and fun way of teaching you how to win the game of real estate. He has hundreds of videos from successful students who used his systems and proc ...
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Guests: ✨ Joy Scott, President, Scott Public Relations [@Scott_PR] On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottpublicrelations/ Andrew Edwards, Founder and CEO, Verity7 On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewvedwards/ On Twitter | https://x.com/AndrewVEdwards On Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/andrewvedwards1/ ____________________…
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Creative Weekly provides weekly creative writing (fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction) as a low-cost Patreon membership. Jim shares three pieces from the growing collection, one of each genre. Marcos and he discuss mindfulness, natural selection, connectedness, anxiety, fear of death, revenge, violence, and more. TIMESTAMPS (0:00) Teaser (0:12) B…
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Shannon Deep and Kevan Lee, co-founders of Bonfire, join me to share their journey of shaping brand perception and pricing strategies. Discover the delicate balance between brand storytelling and pricing as we highlight the importance of emotional resonance in buyer decisions. We tackle the complexities of establishing a brand that's human, democra…
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Send us a Text Message. What if understanding three simple colors could transform your perspective on intercultural connection? Join us as Shelley Reinhart welcomes Marco, International Director of KnowledgeWorks, to discuss the innovative framework known as the Three Colors of Worldview. We challenge the limitations of traditional intercultural li…
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00:09 Welcome! 05:49 New Shirt Available 08:42 SWU News 26:20 Organized Play Pack Opening 27:58 Our Day One Decks Welcome to Ice Cave Radio episode fifty-six! This week, Erik 'Doa' Lonnquist (@ggDoa) and Darick 'CHARM3R' Oswalt (@thatCharm3r) dive into the most recent news surrounding Star Wars: Unlimited. We also share what decks we plan to be pla…
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Send us a Text Message. Episode 75. A Swingers Podcast, listen to Marco and Ranee, a Swinger and HotWife Couple Talk about your first swinger meet and greet, Part 1, and talk about how they became a successful HotWife Couple, and share some tips on this show that was aired on SDC the Swingers dating Site. https://www.miamiswings.com/ https://miamis…
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Later this year, Brazilian table tennis star, Bruna Alexandre, is going to become only the fourth person ever to compete in both the Olympics and the Paralympic Games. And the first Brazilian to ever do so. Michael Fox reports from her home state of Santa Catarina, in southern Brazil, on her rise in the world of competitive table tennis.…
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Earlier on Friday, in the culmination of what the US is calling a sham trial, a Russian court found Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich guilty of espionage. The American journalist has been sentenced to 16 years in prison. We'll dig into the implications of that news, and we'll also hear about the growing number of American journalists be…
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Israel's high-tech air defense system failed to stop a drone attack launched by the Houthi militia of Yemen on Thursday night. The strike killed one man in his apartment, and at least 10 others were injured. Nearly 10 months into the war between Hamas and Israel, The World's Shirin Jaafari reports that this attack fuels worries in Washington about …
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The International Court of Justice issued a ruling on Friday saying that Israel's occupation of the West Bank and east Jerusalem is illegal and amounts to apartheid. Israel said the ICJ's decision was biased and "completely detached from reality." The World's host Carol Hills reports.By Matthew Bell
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Earlier on Friday, Evan Gershkovich stood in a glass cage in Yekaterinburg, a city about 900 miles east of Moscow, as the court sentenced him to a 16-year prison term on espionage charges. The Wall Street Journal and the US government have called this a “sham trial” and vehemently deny the charges. The World’s Daniel Ofman reports on the plight of …
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Switzerland isn't a car country. It's train territory. Cars here are luxury items, and often unnecessary, thanks to robust public transit. So, a pop-up, drive-in movie series in Basel is kind of a novelty. But as reporter Gabe Bullard discovered, attendees really embrace 1950s Americana. Vintage cars included.…
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On Instagram, Princess Mahra al Maktoum made a post that recited one custom in conservative Islam that allows a husband to divorce his wife if he repeats, "I divorce you," out loud three times. It's reserved for men, but Princess Mahra flipped that. The post points to social and cultural underpinnings of the Dubai royal family's stage-managed publi…
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Earlier on Friday, in the culmination of what the US is calling a sham trial, a Russian court found Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich guilty of espionage. The American journalist has been sentenced to 16 years in prison. We'll dig into the implications of that news, and we'll also hear about the growing number of American journalists be…
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Computers at airlines, hospitals and governments that were protected by the cybersecurity platform CrowdStrike must be manually rebooted to incorporate the company's patch following the overnight release of a flawed software update which left individuals facing a blue screen Friday morning. Host Carol Hills speaks with Steven Murdoch — professor of…
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The first few days after the launch of the Overcast rewrite, and how to process the mountain of feedback. This episode of Under the Radar is sponsored by: Indeed: Join more than 3.5 million businesses worldwide using Indeed to hire great talent fast. Links and Show Notes: ATP Episode Marco's Introductory Blog Post Farmer's Carry Support Under the R…
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Rezaie gets into the car with the Sağlams. But he already knew he was being tricked. His suspicions had begun long before he climbed into the car, back at the kebab restaurant when the Sağlams introduced him to an American woman. Fariba Nawa tries to untangle the story of the American woman, and finds out how Rezaie foiled the kidnapping plot again…
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Rezaie gets into the car with the Sağlams. But he already knew he was being tricked. His suspicions had begun long before he climbed into the car, back at the kebab restaurant when the Sağlams introduced him to an American woman. Fariba Nawa tries to untangle the story of the American woman, and finds out how Rezaie foiled the kidnapping plot again…
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In Bangladesh, large-scale student protests have taken a violent turn, with clashes between demonstrators and police resulting in bloodshed. We'll have the latest on this developing story. Also, in the east African country of Malawi, members of the LGBTQ community face discrimination in the health care system there. And, in the city of Girona, in n…
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In the northeast city of Girona, Spain, the ever-growing resentment toward overtourism has boiled over into acts of aggression against an unlikely demographic: people on bicycles. Girona has a been a hub for serious cyclists for decades. A new group has formed to keep out cyclists, and vandals are attacking local bike shops. The World's Gerry Hadde…
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In Uganda, motorcycles are one of the most-popular forms of public transport. In the capital city, Kampala, there are hundreds of thousands of them. Until recently, all of them were driven by men. But that’s starting to change, with a new initiative to get women into the business. Anita Elash has the story from Kampala.…
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According to a report this week by the National Association of Realtors, foreign buyers are purchasing fewer US homes right now. High interest rates and a strong US dollar are seen as the biggest factors in the drop in sales — the lowest since 2009. Host Marco Werman speaks with real estate professor Benjamin Keys, of the University of Pennsylvania…
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Thousands of students armed with sticks and rocks have been clashing with armed police in the Bangladesh capital, Dhaka, and across the country. The protests began with a demand to update a quota system for government jobs. Now, it has expanded to a demand for a stop to government repression. Host Carolyn Beeler speaks with Samina Luthfa, associate…
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On Oct. 7, 39 workers from Thailand were murdered by Hamas in Israel. Another 31 were taken hostage into Gaza. So it's probably no surprise that around a third of the 30,000 strong community — which has been taking up agricultural jobs on Israel’s farms for decades — left the country in the aftermath of the attacks. Now, they’re coming back, in lar…
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Several countries in Africa have moved toward protecting LGBTQ rights in recent years. But in about half of African nations, homosexuality is illegal. These legal codes make it difficult for many in LGBTQ communities to get the health services they need. Ridwan Karim Dini-Osman looks into the problem of LGBTQ access to health care in Malawi.…
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In Bangladesh, large-scale student protests have taken a violent turn, with clashes between demonstrators and police resulting in bloodshed. We'll have the latest on this developing story. Also, in the east African country of Malawi, members of the LGBTQ community face discrimination in the health care system there. And, in the city of Girona, in n…
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A report from Human Rights Watch details how El Salvador's war on gangs and waves of arrests have also targeted children, who are often detained and sentenced without due process. The abuse they face in prison can be harrowing. Host Marco Werman speaks with André Rangal, a communications director for Human Rights Watch, about the findings.…
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Robert Menendez , a New Jersey senator, and former head of the Senate foreign relations committee, has been convicted of bribery, fraud and extortion. The jury in the Manhattan court found Menendez guilty of acting on behalf of Egyptian intelligence and steering financial aid and weapons to the country. The World's Shirin Jaafari reports.…
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Poppy seeds are a flavorful ingredient in Trader Joe's "Everything But the Bagel" seasoning blend, and in South Korea, they are classified as a narcotic — which has led to a ban on importation of the product. Hosts Marco Werman and Carolyn Beeler tell how poppy seeds, beloved in cakes, muffins and on bagels, are now increasingly under scrutiny by a…
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A Manhattan court finds New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez, former head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, guilty of acting on behalf of Egyptian intelligence and steering money and weapons to the country. Also, there's been a spike in COVID-19 this summer. Host Carolyn Beeler explores whether certain aspects of summer life might be contributi…
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Samir Ousman al-Sheikh, an ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, was arrested as he was about to board a one-way flight back to Syria. Sheikh had been living in Los Angeles since 2020 and is accused of killing and torturing Syrian political dissidents. Host Carolyn Beeler speaks with Mouaz Mustafa of the Syrian Emergency Taskforce about the rol…
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California is in the middle of an ambitious plan to offer transitional kindergarten (TK) to all 4-year-olds by the 2025–26 school year. It's poised to be the largest free preschool program in the country. A lot of the kids heading to TK are dual-language learners. KQED's Daisy Nguyen reports on the challenges California faces as it tries to add a n…
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