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This will be a podcast of what it is like as a manager at a motorcycle dealership. The stories and lessons will be no different than those anybody in the automotive/motorcycle industry hear about and do everyday.
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Tom Mathew Jose is a content creator. A student at GEMS New Millennium School, he creates film photos and videos. An expert at digital marketing and website building. Born on July 20, 2006 (age 15 years), in Kerala, India.
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Iceworld

British Antarctic Survey

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Welcome to Antarctica. What's it like living and working in one of the most extreme environments in the world? Recorded at Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula, the team talk extreme living, climate science, expeditions and becoming a community. From polar scientists to plumbers, these are interviews with ordinary people who are doing extraordinary jobs with British Antarctic Survey. Hosted and recorded by Nadia Frontier, marine biologist. A podcast from British Antarctic Surv ...
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In Common

The In Common Team

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In Common explores the connections between humans, their environment and each other through stories told by scholars and practitioners. In-depth interviews and methods webinars explore interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary work on commons governance, conservation and development, social-ecological resilience, and sustainability.
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Weight Loss And ...

Holly Wyatt & James Hill

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Your go-to hangout for everything weight loss and beyond! Seasoned experts in weight management, Dr. James Hill and Dr. Holly Wyatt, are your friendly guides through the maze of weight loss - but with a fun twist! We're not here to preach the latest fad diet or promise a miracle workout. Instead, we're all about embracing the journey, acknowledging that there's more than one way to hit your health goals and having a good laugh while we're at it. We get it, weight loss can be tough, and somet ...
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From living beside a growing ice chasm, to signing up to live in Antarctica through dark Antarctic Winter - Jaskiran Nagi and Jonathan Witherstone are electronics engineers with a shared love of knowing how things work and being outdoors. Jas chats about his work at Halley Research Station and maintaining the seismic instruments on the ice shelf th…
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Most people associate weight loss success with a number on the scale. But what if that narrow definition is holding us back from achieving true, lasting transformation? In this thought-provoking episode, weight loss experts Jim Hill and Holly Wyatt challenge the status quo, inviting us to rethink how we define and measure success. Join Jim and Holl…
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Losing weight often means boring, bland meals. But what if you could lose weight and enjoy delicious, flavorful food? In this episode of Weight Loss And..., we explore the surprising science behind using herbs and spices to boost your weight loss efforts. We're joined by Dr. Guy Johnson, a nutrition expert who has spent over 30 years studying the h…
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This is the fourth episode in our Future Fisheries Management series, which we are running in collaboration with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and the Center for Governance and Markets at the University of Pittsburgh. In this episode, Michael speaks with Andrew Johnson, the CEO of MarFishEco, a consultant-based organization that pr…
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This episode is a webinar in which Michael and a panel of his colleagues discuss his new book, Common Boundaries: The Theory and Practice of Environmental Property. The panel members are Forrest Fleischman, Associate Professor in the Department of Forest Resources at the University of Minnesota, Maron Greenleaf, Assistant Professor of Anthropology …
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Weight loss is often thought of as a straightforward numbers game - eat less, move more, and the pounds will come off. But in reality, navigating the complexities of weight management requires an open dialogue and collaborative effort between patients and their healthcare providers. In this episode, the "Weight Loss And..." crew sits down with the …
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Featuring ammonites shaped like giant paperclips, curry cooking in the field, and emergency mud liquidation techniques - this team of fossil hunters are fresh off their expedition to Antarctica's Seymour Island. Led by Dr Rowan Whittle from British Antarctic Survey (BAS), they want to understand how life on the Antarctic sea floor evolved over the …
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Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of a hit weight loss reality show like Extreme Weight Loss? How do participants achieve such incredible transformations, and what lessons can we learn from their journeys? In this episode, Jim and Holly are joined by the dynamic duo of Chris Powell and Matthew Blades to dive deep into the making of Extre…
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Are you feeling the fire of your weight loss motivation flickering? In this episode, doctors Jim and Holly tackle the ever-present challenge of staying motivated on your fitness journey. The duo explores the intricate art and science of combining external rewards and internal desires, shattering the myth that one is superior to the other. They lay …
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Meteorologist Jo Cole chats to Nadia Frontier about fixing weather stations in remote locations, and seeing the sun return after Winter from the top of a mountain. Being a meteorologist in Antarctica is a busy job! From launching weather balloons, to making hourly observations to support flights on the frozen continent, the information captured is …
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Are you navigating the murky waters of nutrition, trying to understand what foods support your weight loss goals? In this episode, Jim and Holly are joined by Professor Richard Mattes to unravel the enigma of ultra-processed foods, as they delve into the complexities and controversies surrounding these omnipresent items in our food supply. Dr. Matt…
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Do you crave all things sweet, but know too much sugar isn’t good for you? You’re not alone. Our taste for sweetness starts early on, yet current health advice pushes limiting sugar. Is there a way to enjoy sweet flavors without unwanted calories and consequences? Join us as we explore the science behind low-calorie sweeteners. You’ll get myth-bust…
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In a conversation ranging from ice climbing to the trials of wearing a kilt in Antarctica, Nadia chats to Niall Macleod, the Plant Operator at Rothera Research Station through Antarctic Winter. Niall's route to Antarctica was through agriculture, quarrying and civil engineering - before deciding that he wanted to do something for the environment. H…
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If getting active feels overwhelming, you’re not alone. Nearly 80% of Americans fail to meet minimum exercise guidelines. Yet the benefits of regular exercise extend far beyond weight loss. In this episode Jim and Holly provide encouraging strategies to help you embark on an exercise routine in a sustainable, enjoyable way. You'll learn simple ways…
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If the word "exercise" sends shivers down your spine, you're not alone. But what if we told you moving your body could be the secret sauce to weight loss success and living your best life? In this myth-busting episode, Jim and Holly reveal the incredible mental and physical benefits you've been missing out on by avoiding exercise. You'll discover h…
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Are you tired of feeling trapped in a body that doesn't align with your true self? Do you long for a life filled with boundless energy, confidence, and possibility? Join us as we embark on a truly inspiring weight loss journey that will shatter your preconceived notions and ignite your determination to transform from the inside out. In this episode…
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A field guide is one of the most highly skilled and varied jobs in Antarctica. From accompanying scientists on expeditions, training their colleagues to survive on the ice and fixing sledges, there's never a dull day. Polar field guides Ed Luke and Matthew Shepherd talk to Nadia about life on the ice and extreme camping. Produced in partnership wit…
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In this episode, Michael speaks with Stephen Posner, the Director of Pathways to Planetary Health at the Garrison Institute. The Garrison Institute is located in Garrison, New York along the Hudson River. Its mission is to apply the skills and wisdom cultivated through contemplative practice, together with the insights emerging from science, to tod…
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On this episode Holly and Jim reveal their top tips to set you up for weight loss success. You'll discover practical strategies to get your mind, body, and surroundings ready for transformation. From identifying your "why" to rallying your support squad, this episode will help you lay the mental, physical, and social groundwork to smash your goals.…
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In this episode, Stefan speaks with Daniel Aldrich. Daniel is a Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at Northeastern University in Boston. He received his PhD from Harvard University, and has published over 70 peer-reviewed articles and 5 books on topics related to social capital and community resilience in relation to disaster risk red…
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How many people can say they've lost count of their visits to Antarctica? In this special International Women's Day episode, Professor Dame Jane Francis (Director of British Antarctic Survey) chats to Nadia about her journey into science, fossil hunting in Antarctic mud, launching the RRS Sir David Attenborough with Sir David Attenborough, and lead…
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Do you feel defeated or shamed when you step on the scale at the doctor's office? Have you avoided important medical care because you dread facing stigma about your weight? You're not alone. In this enlightening episode, Jim Hill and Holly Wyatt speak with obesity medicine expert Ted Kyle about how to get the care and respect you deserve from the h…
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In this episode, Stefan speaks with Josephine Chambers. Josie is an Assistant Professor at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, situated within the Urban Futures Studio at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development. Her research develops and examines approaches to questioning so-called ‘inevitable’ unjust futures and fostering collective…
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Lost a lot of weight only to gain it all back? Don't settle for yo-yo dieting ever again! In this episode, Jim and Holly reveal the seven research-backed behaviors that successful losers employ to keep weight off for good. Discussed on the Episode: The origins of the National Weight Control Registry project How successful losers approach their diet…
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Imagine cooking for 160 with only frozen, tinned and dried food... for a whole season. We all know the stomach is the route to the heart, so the meals need to feel fresh, nourishing and varied. Chefs might have the most important job at Rothera Research Station! In this episode, Summer chef Sadhbh Moore chats to host Nadia Frontier about food susta…
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This is the third episode in our Future Fisheries Management series, which we are running in collaboration with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and the Center for Governance and Markets at the University of Pittsburgh. In this episode, Michael speaks with Paige Roberts, a fisheries ecologist and geographic information systems, or GIS…
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Get ready to sink your teeth into the great carb and fat debate. Carbohydrates and fats have been vilified and glorified in turns over the years, leaving many dieters confused. Should you embrace fat or avoid carbs to lose weight? Join Holly and Jim as they cut through the hype and misconceptions. You'll get an even-handed look at the science, alon…
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Do your friends help or hinder your weight loss goals? On this revealing episode, Jim and Holly dive into the fascinating science showing how our social circles influence our body weight and behaviors. You’ll learn why obesity seems to spread through social networks, and get research-backed strategies to make friends support your healthy lifestyle.…
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Ryan talks to host Nadia Frontier about the extraordinary experience of living in Antarctica through the dark winter - the adventures, the challenges, and preparing for the arrival of the summer community. Ryan Mathews was the Marine Assistant at Rothera Research Station, where he works on scientific diving in Antarctica's icy waters, and in the on…
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In this episode, Divya speaks with Mathew Mabele. Mathew is a Conservation Social Scientist, currently appointed as a lecturer in the Department of Geography at the University of Dodoma in Tanzania. Mathew’s research uses the lenses of political ecology and decolonial thinking to shed light on the systemic structures and processes driving socio-eco…
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Heading your doctor's advice to lose weight can seem daunting. Where do you even start? This week's Weight Loss And... episode tackles a key motivation for many - improving metabolic health. We've all heard how excess weight negatively impacts health - increasing risk for diabetes, heart disease, fatty liver disease, and more. The good news? Signif…
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Losing weight can seem confusing and overwhelming. How do you know if you should even be trying to lose weight in the first place? In this information-packed episode, co-hosts Dr. Jim Hill and Dr. Holly Wyatt provide clarity around assessing your weight status using evidence-based tools. You'll learn simple, practical methods to evaluate if weight …
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Stu McManus was the Winter Electrician at Rothera Research Station in 2022 - and due to unforeseen circumstances, he was the only person responsible for electrics across the season. His first Antarctic job was at King Edward Point Research Station on South Georgia. Stu talks to host Nadia Frontier about overcoming imposter syndrome, camping in the …
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Have you heard the buzz around intermittent fasting? It's one of the hottest weight loss trends right now. But does it actually work? On this episode of Weight Loss And..., we explore the science behind intermittent fasting for weight loss and overall health. Our special guest is Dr. Courtney Peterson, associate professor in the Department of Nutri…
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This is the second in the Future Fisheries Management series that we are producing in collaboration with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and the Center for Governance and Markets at the University of Pittsburgh. In this episode, Michael speaks with Bubba Cook, the Western and Central Pacific Tuna Programme Manager at the World Wildli…
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Losing weight often feels like a metabolic mystery. No matter how hard you diet and exercise, the number on the scale doesn't budge. You start to wonder if your metabolism is broken. The truth is, your metabolism works just fine. In this revelatory episode, Holly and Jim crack the metabolic code so you can leverage your body's innate smarts. Discov…
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Losing weight is tough. But what if there was a magical pill that could make it easy? New weight loss medications promise just that - rapid, effortless weight loss. The tantalizing promise of these drugs has captured our attention. Social media is abuzz with astonishing before and after photos. Friends eagerly share success stories. Even doctors ar…
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Confused about which diet to choose? In this information-packed episode, top health experts Dr. Jim Hill and Dr. Holly Wyatt discuss the most common dilemma dieters face - what is the "best" diet for weight loss? You'll discover why most diets technically "work" in the short term and the one big reason why they fail long term. Get science-backed in…
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Losing weight is one of the most common New Year's resolutions. But how much should you aim to lose and how fast? Setting the right goals can make all the difference between success and frustration. Join Holly and Jim as they dive into weight loss goals. You’ll discover the medical recommendations for weight loss as well as the ambitious targets th…
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The long-awaited first episode of "Weight Loss And..." is finally here! Hosted by weight loss experts Dr. Holly Wyatt and Dr. Jim Hill, this podcast aims to uncover the secrets to sustainable weight loss success. After years of researching this messy, multifaceted topic, Drs. Wyatt and Hill realized they've learned enough to start sharing science-b…
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In our final episode of 2023, Michael speaks with the editors of the International Journal of the Commons, which In Common has worked with for the past few years, producing podcast episodes based on articles published there. Today’s guests are Frank van Laerhoven, Associate Professor at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development at Utrecht…
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Featuring buried festive duck, the A23a megaberg, and the mysterious 'King Neptune's Court'. What's it like to explore and study the remote frozen places where people have never been before? Nadia Frontier talks to Captain Matt Neill of the Royal Research Ship Sir David Attenborough from the Southern Ocean, and geologist and experienced Antarctic f…
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Featuring a missing frozen turkey, après-ski cinema, and Antarctic Secret Santa. Nadia Frontier talks to the team at Rothera Research Station about spending the festive season in Antarctica. How does this remote community make Christmas special while investigating climate change in Earth's frozen places? Produced in partnership with Boffin Media.…
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In this episode, Michael speaks with Billie Turner II, Regents Professor at the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University. Billie holds other positions as well, including Distinguished Global Futures Scientist at the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory, also at Arizona State, member of the US National Academy of Sciences, and Ass…
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Imagine being the person in charge of keeping the power on at a research base in Antarctica. That's Joe's job, no pressure. Joe Clay was the Generator Mechanic at Rothera Research Station during Antarctic Winter 2022. Joe chats to host Nadia Frontier about finding his calling with an apprenticeship in the Merchant Navy, travelling the world as an e…
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In this episode, Michael speaks with Victoria Bikowski, a PhD student in the Department of Politics at York University in Toronto, Canada, and a consultant for Suslop Incorporated, a consulting firm that specializes in sustainability and community development. The conversation primarily focuses on the main topic of Victoria’s PhD dissertation: the …
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This is the first episode in a new series on the Future of Fisheries Management (FFM), conducted in collaboration with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University as well as the Center for Governance and Markets at the University of Pittsburgh. In this episode, Michael speaks with Elizabeth Mendenhall, Associate Professor of Marine Affairs at th…
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Alice Clement chats to host Nadia Frontier about her work as a fisheries scientist at King Edward Point Research Station in South Georgia, and moving to Rothera Research Station as Dive Officer and Marine Assistant. Alice talks about her journey into working as a fisheries scientist, the krill fishing industry, and what actually happens on a resear…
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Louis Day was the Boating Officer at Rothera Research Station in 2022 - maintaining winter boating operations for marine biology, oceanography, and logistics around the station aged just 21 years old. Host and marine biologist Nadia Frontier talks to Louis about boating and diving in Antarctica, Jack's life-long love of sailing, and how he ended up…
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