Best Multicultural podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Classical Music Podcasts from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
 
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Word of Mouth
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Series exploring the world of words and the ways in which we use them
 
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REVISITED
Monthly
 
We return to places which have been in the news - often a long time ago, sometimes recently - to see how local people are rebuilding their lives. Sunday at 9.10 pm. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
 
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The HBR Channel
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Weekly ideas, insights, and tips on management from Harvard Business Review.
 
Over 80% of teachers in the U.S. are white. But most don’t know that their whiteness matters. TWW seeks to move the conversation forward on how to be consciously, intentionally, anti-racist in the classroom. Because "white" does not mean a blank slate. It is a set of assumptions that is the baseline from which everything is judged; it is what passes for normal. This means if you are not white or don’t adhere to those assumptions, you are abnormal or less than. TWW wants to have conversations ...
 
We have so many talented researchers around the globe, all trying to understand how the mind works and how we can harness its full potential for the benefit of ourselves, the people around us and the planet. But, because of the way the science system works we have ended up with a gigantic amount of untapped knowledge about how the mind and brain works, that sits unused in dusty journals on University library shelves - because very few people read them. Partly this is down to access – more of ...
 
At Aroha Knits, it is my mission to inspire and empower fibre artists to transform their yarn so they can manifest more joy, healing, connection and creativity into their lives, one stitch at a time. My work as a knitwear designer focuses on exploring the intersection of the four aspects of making: self-care, self-discovery, self-expression and selflessness with my journey of making sense of my multicultural identity. And on this podcast, I’ll be documenting this journey of self-actualizatio ...
 
In the "Voices of the Global Church" podcast, Dr. Graham Hill interviews leading Christian thinkers from all over the world about faith, worship, prayer, discipleship, witness, and more. Most of these Christians come from the Majority World (Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, Oceania, etc.). The focus is on listening and learning from World Christianity, and renewing the global church. You can find more resources at www.theglobalchurchproject.com
 
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BFM :: I Love KL
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As beautiful and bustling KL is, the capital city can also be scary & intimidating place for many. Providing a helping hand to explore the undiscovered gems and stories from in and around the greater valley is I Love KL, the show that brings you closer to the people and places of our beloved capital.
 
Brought to you by State-Lines.com, “MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast!” is a show about everything, something, and occasionally, nothing at all! Hosts Shawn Talley and Matthew Hevey share their unique perspectives on current events and all things pop culture -- including, but not limited to movies, music, television, comic books, sports, and politics. New episodes release every other Monday, exclusively on the State-Lines Network!
 
Churches Planting Churches is a podcast produced by Acts 29 in partnership with The Gospel Coalition. Tony Merida talks with various church planters, pastors, theologians, and innovators; sharing stories and insights to help you serve Christ’s church more faithfully and effectively.
 
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Engaging Missions
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God stories delivered right to your earbuds. Powerful Stories from Christian Missionaries, Church Planters, and Ministry Leaders.
 
The latest feed from Trinitarian Bible Society on SermonAudio.com.
 
Churches Planting Churches is a podcast produced by Acts 29 in partnership with The Gospel Coalition. Tony Merida talks with various church planters, pastors, theologians, and innovators; sharing stories and insights to help you serve Christ’s church more faithfully and effectively.
 
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After Office Hours
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Welcome to the After Office Hours podcast, a place for students in my English classes to find supplemental information, study tips, step-by-step guides to completing assignments, and extra credit opportunities. This podcast combats the challenge of material retention on a college meeting schedule (only 2-3 days a week) and increases accessibility by differentiating material for various learning styles. Thanks to jenjonesfonts.com for the font used in this logo. Link to the product on Teacher ...
 
Connecting people through true stories. Listen to stories taken from Spark's storytelling nights across the UK, incorporating our regular nights in London, Preston, Bristol, collaborations and specials. Like what you hear? Come to an event for the full experience - full details at stories.co.uk
 
City Alliance Church is joining with Christ to transform Williamsport, PA with the Gospel for the glory of God and the good of the city.
 
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World Wide Wave
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Focusing on international LGBT news, advocacy and views by featuring a different country every week
 
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Plaza Baptist
Weekly
 
Sermons by Plaza Baptist
 
GARY GATEHOUSE RADIO SHOW FROM SOUTH TEXAS USA- Politics-music-you name it -Anything goes -have a listen
 
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Bunte Welle
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English:Every Saturday morning we are on air for our local and international listeners with our German radio show “Bunte Welle”. We are focused on the most beautiful German hits of all times, and entertain a wide range of people with our music selection, information about the artists, current affairs and local events. We are part of the multicultural program.Responsible for radio “Bunte Welle” are Hilli and Fritz Schmitt, whereby Hilli leads you through the show as a moderator and Fritz acts ...
 
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Radio on Main Street
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Radio on Main Street is the podcast devoted entirely to radio hosted by Radio Advertising Bureau President and CEO, Erica Farber. Each podcast will feature individuals creating, marketing, influencing, innovating or just making a difference on America’s most listened to medium. Through conversations with radio's leaders, influencers and marketers who are achieving success, the focus of this series is to amplify and share radio’s meaningful impact in the homes, offices, and cars of Americans ...
 
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In this edition, Erica Farber, President and CEO of the RAB speaks with the local media industry’s leading analyst Gordon Borrell, CEO of Borrell Associates. With the year coming to a close Erica wanted to catch up with Gordon to hear his thoughts on how local business fared for the year, the sales opportunities in 2019, and the real key for ra ...…
 
Playlist: Astrid & Freddy Breck - Kalenderlied Marc Pircher - Bald ist Weihnacht Patrick Lindner - Lasst das Licht in Eure Herzen Karel Gott - Macht hoch die Tür Udo Jürgens - Weihnachtszeit - Kinderzeit Stefanie Hertel - Eine Schlittenfahrt mit dem Weihnachtsmann Die Flippers - Morgen Kinder wird's was geben Stefanie Hertel - In der Weihnachts ...…
 
Drones are the new in-thing that have opened up new avenues for both professionals and enthusiasts. In this episode, we are going to focus on the recreational side of things, with Dronsta, a one-stop centre for all things micro-drones. Because of the size, micro-drones are more flexible and durable, allowing their pilots to perform tricks, race ...…
 
A last minute cram for tomorrow’s final exam (notice the AA rhyme scheme here?)
 
Tony Merida talks with Jerome Gay about planting churches in America's inner cities
 
Tony Merida talks with Jerome Gay about planting churches in America's inner cities
 
In this edition, Erica Farber, President and CEO of the RAB speaks with David Bevins, Chief Operating Officer for Connoisseur Media and the co-chair of the RAB’s Sales Advisory Committee. From pre-call qualifications with potential new advertisers to sellers becoming more of a consultant or advisor to local businesses, David is looking forward ...…
 
Andrew Foster is one of the most passionate people you’ll ever meet. He’s on the show to share about his prison ministry which also involves a local coffee shop. Having been in prison himself, Andrew has seen the Lord’s love for those behind bars.He heard the Good News and became a Christian while in jail, and now he wants to see others come to ...…
 
Let’s study for the final exam! See the previous final exam podcast for a more extensive overview of the material covered on the exam.
 
On this 36th installment of MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast!, Doofin tells two different tales of being stuck in waiting pools, each with a different result. First, he recounts a long day of jury duty selection, but not without Talley tangenting into hot takes on DIE HARD sequels and The Walking Dead. Mister Hevey also tells his frustrating saga ...…
 
Let’s study together! This final podcast episode for the semester contains 20 sample questions to help you prepare for the exam.
 
Playlist: Die Ladiner - Advent es ist Advent Tom Astor - Du wunderschöne Weihnachtszeit Angela Wiedel - Die schönste Zeit des Jahres Nadine Norell - Es ist für uns eine Zeit angekommen Stefanie Hertel - Leise rieselt der Schnee Heintje - Schneeflöckchen, Weißröckchen Hansi Hinterseer - Winterwunderland Chris Roberts - Dezemberwalzer Mary Roos - ...…
 
It’s been a whirlwind of a year for Malaysian politics, and as the dust settles, we get back to the nitty-gritty business of governance and legislation. In this monthly special on buildings and places in KL, we shift our attention to the Parliament building and how it came to be the symbol of our democracy and the platform where all the importa ...…
 
This past week I did something scary: I reached out to the Māori artists community and wrote a piece for Toi Māori Aotearoa (a nonprofit supporting the Māori arts and culture - I’ve been donating to them every month) talking about my mahi (work), feelings of displacement and creating something new and beautiful from a mix of different cultures. ...…
 
In this edition, Leah Kamon, who leads marketing and communications at the RAB, speaks with Chris Beresford-Hill, Chief Creative Officer at TBWA\Chiat\Day NY and the 2019 Radio Mercury Awards Chief Judge. Chris riffs about audio, creative collaboration at the agency, how he approaches radio, and his feelings about Awards shows and specifically ...…
 
This is an overview of the format and content of the final exam. Additional material and sample questions will be covered in class.
 
This is an informational exam review. I’ll tell you the date of your exam, format of the exam, number of questions on the exam, and material that will be tested on the exam.
 
Playlist: Geschwister Hofmann - Alle Farben dieser Erde Frans Bauer - Bella Madonna Die Flippers - Capri-Fischer Maxi Arland - Dein schönstes Geschenk Karel Gott - Ein Lied geht um die Welt Nicole - Flieg nicht so hoch mein kleiner Freund Leonard - Geschichten, die das Leben schreibt Vicky Leandros - Halt die Welt an Benny Neymann - Ich bin mit ...…
 
The "Winter on Fire" of 2013-2014 saw Ukrainians oust a kleptocratic leader in violent protests, in the name of closer ties with the EU and adherence to its values of good governance. What did they achieve? Our reporter Gulliver Cragg, who covered the protests at the time, went to meet some of those whose lives were profoundly affected by Ukrai ...…
 
The rapid pace of growth and change in the industry means that those entering the workforce should also be prepared to adapt. Schools and universities are doing their best to keep up, but they may not be able to do everything. This is the gap that Me.Reka Makerspace aims to fill. Armed with a pool of enthusiastic and creative individuals that a ...…
 
Local churches play a key role in leading people to Jesus. David Kim joins the podcast to remind us of that important job. He has been equipping believers in his church to evangelize in the community. In the Bay area, where David lives, there is a great harvest that churches can minister to.Going deeper in discipleship can be a difficult proces ...…
 
True stories told live across the UK. This episode we present one story on the theme of ‘appearances’ from ex health and safety officer Alex. Alex confesses about a moment she let appearances get the better of her and explains why - although it happened twenty years ago - she regrets it to this day! Our open mic nights are a great way of gettin ...…
 
Yeah, this is a huge essay--but you. Can. Do. This. Let's break this down into smaller parts so the work is more manageable. Note: you may hear things that just apply to ENG 102. I point these out in the intro.
 
Many people think that meditation can not only have an impact on stress and illness, but can also improve prosociality. But meditation and prosociality are multi-dimensional constructs: so what exactly are we talking about here? Listen to my conversation with Dr Ute Kreplin at the School of Psychology, Massey University in New Zealand as we tal ...…
 
What is revenge? How can we understand this dark emotion? The sayings, ‘revenge is sweet’ and that ‘revenge is a dish best served cold’ are revealing. Listen to my conversation with David Chester, Assistant Professor at the Psychology Department of Virginia Commonwealth University, as I talk with him about his programme of research over the pas ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Trinitarian Bible Society is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: He Who Goes Forth Conquering and to Conquer Subtitle: Agm (Usa) Speaker: Rev. E. Hakvoort Broadcaster: Trinitarian Bible Society Event: Special Meeting Date: 10/23/2018 Bible: Revelation 6:2 Length: 68 min. Overview: The meetin ...…
 
On this installment of 'MULTIMEDIOCRITY: The Broadcast!', Doofin and Talley break into song… like, more than usual, in between discussions about everything from the best movie musical numbers and worst comedy sequels to ROAD TO PERDITION and Hamilton. Your trusty hosts also discuss the devastating, ongoing California wildfires; lament the lack ...…
 
Welcome to this special conference edition of Who cares? What's the point? In January 2018, I traveled to Cardiff in Wales, UK for two days to participate in the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference. When I was there, I was fortunate enough to talk with three researchers about the fascinating work th ...…
 
At some times in our lives, we might want to get support with our mental health and wellbeing. Perhaps we are struggling with a particular issue, or maybe we want to be proactive and take steps to make sure we are adopting healthy practices to keep us on top of things. This days, we have our smartphones with us almost all the time, and this is ...…
 
Recent local and world events seem to have triggered, or perhaps have reflected and amplified increasingly polarised views. These views can be expressed online in ways that come across as angry and appear seemingly everywhere - so much so that many websites have turned off their channels for community participation because they have become too ...…
 
People usually tend to over-estimate their own capabilities and qualities compared to others. For examples, people tend to believe they are more intelligent, trustworthy, moral and happier than others, as well as making better leaders, and drivers. However, when it comes to thinking about our social lives, what little we know seems to indicate ...…
 
There are some commonly held misconceptions in the general public about how the brain works and how it affects how we learn - these are often called "neuromyths." We know that the general public can fall prey to these much of the time, but what about our educators? And if teachers believe in these neuromyths, what does it mean for how they teac ...…
 
For many of you listening to this podcast, taking photos of things and people in our lives has become much more common, as well as documenting our experiences of life. Understanding how the act of taking photos may get in the way of or increase our pleasure in these activities seems like an important topic for research. Implicitly, we may hear ...…
 
There has been a lot of recent attention on gender pay equity, the re-emergence of racism in western societies, and how youth mental health has been an increasing concern in recent years. However, the way we talk about older people, and indeed, how older people view and talk about themselves is also revealing of deeper attitudes and biases. Joi ...…
 
Most people will experience a relationship break up. They can be hard to get over. One way to manage this is to try to actively decrease the feelings of love you have for your ex-partner? But does this work? Do people believe they can control their feelings of love in this way? Can you actually do this? Join me as I talk with Asst Prof Dr Sandr ...…
 
You might be familiar with the often quoted statistic that 1 in 4 or 1 in 5 people experience mental health difficulties. What you might not be aware of is that is the answer if people are answering about what they are experiencing at that particular point in time. Long-term studies following the same people over time show that more than 4 out ...…
 
In July 2011, Anders Breivik killed 77 adults and children in a bombing in Oslo and a subsequent shooting on a nearby island where the Norwegian Labor Party's youth organisation was having their summer camp. I talk with Dr Bertel Hansen of the Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark about the impact of that ev ...…
 
Learning to drive has been a rite of passage in many societies for decades. For many, it is a central part of their everyday lives, especially if they live in rural areas, or where other alternatives aren't as practical or appealing. But what happens if we become anxious about driving? How might that shape our lives and wellbeing? In this show ...…
 
Consciousness is a curious and complex phenomenon. There are many ideas about what consciousness means and how it comes about, but I came across a compelling and relatively simple argument when I attended TEDFest this year - where the TED2017 conference was livestreamed for TEDx conference organisers from around the world, all convened in New Y ...…
 
Worrying can be described as the process of unpleasant thoughts that keep coming back and cause us to be anxious or distressed. Although it's certainly true that worrying is often seen as a problem, there is increasing evidence that it can also be seen in positive ways too. In this show I speak with Associate Professor Kate Sweeny from the Depa ...…
 
If you drink coffee and buy that in a shop, the barista might call out your name - which may be written on your disposable cup - when it's ready. Does the fact that your name is written on the cup have an influence on whether you choose to recycle it or not? Even if they spelled your name wrong? Everyday, we make decisions about whether to keep ...…
 
About 1 in 9 adult New Zealanders receive a prescription for antidepressants each year. Although we think they are generally helpful for people, we know surprisingly little about what it might be like to take them. This week I speak with Associate Professor Dr Kerry Gibson from the School of Psychology at the University of Auckland in New Zeala ...…
 
'Near-death experiences' come up often in films and novels - the idea of a 'white light' or experiencing meeting loved ones from years before. But are there common aspects to these experiences? And what sorts of consequences might they have once you have them? This week I speak with Dr Natasha Tassell-Matamua, Senior Lecturer in the School of P ...…
 
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