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The Much-Loved Book About Growing Up In The Suburbs Becomes A Podcast Matthew Hardy, the author of Saturday Afternoon Fever, reads from his best-selling book about a footy fan who’s dreams are denied, as he and Lawrence Mooney constantly digress into the wonderful, hilarious, nostalgic worlds of their childhoods, teenage years, straight into their idiotic young adulthoods. As contemporary men they also discuss relationships, the modern world, ethics, history and philosophy. The big question ...
 
Bald Bearded Boss is a podcast dedicated to entrepreneurs and leaders who are wanting to grow personally and professionally while keeping their team open, honest, and accountable. Elliott Noble-Holt is a father, husband, serial entrepreneur, author, 7x Inc. 5000 Honoree, who shares his experiences growing a company and its culture. Bald Bearded Boss is a must for anyone looking for takeaways to implement in their lives both personally and professionally. From straight talk on workplace cultu ...
 
Inside the minds of fitness industry influencers. Find out what drives, fuels and motivates the leaders in health and fitness. Each episode of Escape Your Limits reveals the mental, physical and emotional ingredients involved in standing out above everybody else. Discover why successful people keep going when most people stop, and what keeps them going day after day. It’s not about shortcuts for dreamers; these people prove that constant hard work fuelled by the right frame of mind is what m ...
 
The Fire in Little Africa podcast is a deep dive into the #EverythingIsUs culture that is Tulsa hip-hop. In this weekly podcast presented by Woody Guthrie Center and Bob Dylan Center®, hosts Ali Shaw and Doc Free sit down with Fire in Little Africa artists, Tulsa community leaders and national voices for conversations on music and culture.
 
Finn (Year 7) from the Central West Leadership Academy, Dubbo, NSW takes an in-depth journey through the lives of local role models and icons. This podcast aims to inform people about the twists and turns, ups and downs, pros and cons on the journey to becoming a public figure. At the end of each episode, the interviewee is asked for a piece of wisdom that they wish they had when they were younger.
 
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Working Blind

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Working Blind

Holly Scott-Gardner

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Working blind shares the stories of blind people, their journey to a career and the successes and challenges they have experienced throughout their lives. I'm Holly Scott-Gardner, a disability rights advocate passionate about accessibility and inclusion. I know that blind people have one of the highest rates of unemployment of all disability groups, and I set out to change that. By connecting with blind people who are in work and sharing their stories I want to offer encouragement to younger ...
 
The Immersive Knowledge Transfer podcast is a creation of the IM4 Media Lab with the aim to amplify the voices of Indigenous creatives working with immersive technologies, such as VR, AR and 360-degree videos. Hosted by Cheyanna Kootenhayoo (aka DJ Kookum) the series features long-form interviews, community highlights and musical guests, sharing the experiences, insights and stories of Indigenous digital leaders and artists from around the world.
 
We are NFL Network researcher Matt Okada, licensed sports physical therapist Matthew Betz, and RB guru Jon Helmkamp. While every podcast claims to bring something "unique" to the table, we actually do: from Okada's insider info, to Betz's one-of-a-kind injury analysis, to Jon's keen scouting eyes. We talk fantasy football year-round, covering redraft and dynasty, profiling rookies, answering keeper questions, projecting the season, decoding the waiver wire, and much more! If you're seeking a ...
 
Created, produced, and edited by Brittain Fellow Lauren Neefe, Flash Readings features Georgia Tech's Brittain Fellows presenting their current research. Each brief episode is organized into five segments—Subject, Object, Logic, Project, Where to Check It Out—that document a conversation between two Fellows, offering a succinct, cogent display of the scholarship driving the experimental pedagogy Georgia Tech's Writing and Communication Program is known for.
 
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Hosted By Tanya Memme

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In a culture that often sees the world as one big competition, people believe that nice guys finish last. This is the absolute opposite! One simple truth remains, and that is our greatest successes in life are often found in helping others succeed. Welcome to Life Masters! Hosted by Tanya Memme, Life Masters is an inspirational podcast about UNBELIEVABLE real life stories of rock bottom to triumph - insanely difficult circumstances, hardships, losses, and failures all the way to success and ...
 
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"The Bible is one of the most dangerous books on the planet and may we never forget it." Sermon by Canon for Spiritual Formation Matthew Lawrence, recorded live at 10:00am on Sunday January 23, 2022. View the video archive of this sermon on our YouTube channel's Sermon Playlist. Be sure to like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and learn more…
 
(1/26/22) Before working at WNYC, investigative journalist and regular contributor Bob Hennelly was national affairs correspondent for Pacifica Network News. His written work has appeared in the New York Times, the Village Voice, the Christian Science Monitor, the Miami Herald, the Detroit Free Press along with dozens of other magazines and newspap…
 
Around the beginning of the twentieth century, Jewish writers and artists across Europe began depicting fellow Jews as savages or "primitive" tribesmen. Primitivism—the European appreciation of and fascination with so-called "primitive," non-Western peoples who were also subjugated and denigrated—was a powerful artistic critique of the modern world…
 
A political party worker who produces crowds for electoral rallies. A “prison specialist” who serves other people’s prison sentences in exchange for a large fee. An engineer who is able to secure otherwise impossible building permits. These and other dealmakers—whose behind-the-scenes expertise and labor are often invisible—have an intrinsic role i…
 
At the end of the Supreme Court's 2019-20 term, the center was holding. The predictions that the court would move irrevocably to the far right hadn't come to pass, as the justices released surprisingly moderate opinions in cases involving abortion rights, LGBTQ rights, and how local governments could respond to the pandemic, all shepherded by Chief…
 
When the Choctaw Nation was forcibly resettled in Indian Territory in present-day Oklahoma in the 1830s, it was joined by enslaved Black people—the tribe had owned enslaved Blacks since the 1720s. By the eve of the Civil War, 14 percent of the Choctaw Nation consisted of enslaved Blacks. Avid supporters of the Confederate States of America, the Nat…
 
Today I talked to Pamela Moritz about her charming rhyming story If I Lived with Noah (Apple and Honey Press, 2020). A young boy imagines being sequestered with Noah and all the animals on the ark. When the story begins, the protagonist is distracting his stuffed animal friends with a story as they shelter in a blanket tent during a big rainstorm. …
 
Today we are with Katherine Harvey, author of The Fires of Lust: Sex in the Middle Ages (Reaktion Books, 2021). An illuminating exploration of the surprisingly familiar sex lives of ordinary medieval people. The medieval humoral system of medicine suggested that it was possible to die from having too much--or too little--sex, while the Roman Cathol…
 
Listen to this interview of Nigel Caplan, Associate Professor at the English Language Institute, University of Delaware. We talk generically. Nigel Caplan : "And this sort of brings us to an important point about knowledge and expertise in a discipline. The great genre scholar Doreen Starke-Meyerring said that academic writing tends to be transpare…
 
In The Jewish World of Alexander Hamilton (Princeton UP, 2021), Andrew Porwancher debunks a string of myths about the origins of this founding father to arrive at a startling conclusion: Hamilton, in all likelihood, was born and raised Jewish. For more than two centuries, his youth in the Caribbean has remained shrouded in mystery. Hamilton himself…
 
If maximizing utility leads to the greatest happiness of the greatest number of people, as utilitarianism has always proposed, then why is it that as many of us currently maximize our utility--by working endlessly, undertaking further education and training, relentlessly marketing and selling ourselves--we are met with the steady worsening of colle…
 
In The Fairy Tellers: A Journey into the Secret History of Fairy Tales (John Murray, 2022), Nick Jubber unearths the lives of the dreamers who made our most beloved fairy tales: inventors, thieves, rebels and forgotten geniuses who gave us classic tales such as 'Cinderella', 'Hansel and Gretel', 'Beauty and the Beast' and 'Baba Yaga'. From the Midd…
 
Spanning myth, history, and contemporary culture, a terrifying and illuminating excavation of the meaning of cannibalism. Every culture has monsters that eat us, and every culture repels in horror when we eat ourselves. From Grendel to medieval Scottish cannibal Sawney Bean, and from the Ghuls of ancient Persia to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, tales…
 
Spanning myth, history, and contemporary culture, a terrifying and illuminating excavation of the meaning of cannibalism. Every culture has monsters that eat us, and every culture repels in horror when we eat ourselves. From Grendel to medieval Scottish cannibal Sawney Bean, and from the Ghuls of ancient Persia to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, tales…
 
South Africa's bout with Omicron is slowing down — offering other countries a glimpse of what might be coming next in the pandemic. Matt Galloway discusses what Canada might learn, with Dr. Shabir Madhi, a professor of vaccinology at Johannesburg's University of the Witwatersrand; and Jason Kindrachuk, a virologist at the University of Manitoba.…
 
As the global spotlight gets closer to China and the Beijing Winter Olympics, Canadian security experts warn that China is targeting politicians here with disinformation and influence campaigns. We talk to former Conservative MP Kenny Chiu; Sze-Fung Lee, a researcher at McGill University's School of Information Studies; and Richard Fadden, former d…
 
CBC Massey Lectures episode 1: Europe and the Art of Seeing. Black subjects in European art are generally marginal figures, but even as such, they tell a rich tale about cultural assumptions. "To look at a portrait is to be forced to build a human life out of our own imaginations," says Massey lecturer Esi Edugyan. Art can both freeze a narrative a…
 
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