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Welcome to Predestined: A Deconstruction of the Netherlands Reformed Congregation. As former members of the NRC, hosts Taylor and Lena will examine the worldviews and beliefs that shape this unique church community, and the ways those beliefs impact people. Instagram: @predestinedpod Email: nrc.story@gmail.com
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Zes Losse Tanden podcast

Punk, hardcore, metalcore, rock, muziek, metal, 6, NRC, Epitaph, John Coffey

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Een podcast waarin Peter van der Ploeg, Gert-Jan van Aalst en David Achter de Molen elke week de drie vetste nieuwe rockliedjes draaien en bespreken. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Professional Insight

Professional Insight

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We are a group of 4 professionals that want to answer your questions related to real estate, law, financial planning, personal insurance and mortgage financing. We will be bringing you a weekly podcast where we will be answering your questions, and talking about relevant information in our industries. Josh Bond - Flett Beccario, Jeff Collins - Royal Lepage NRC Realty, Brandon Currie - CR Smith Financial, and Trevor Lindey - Lindey Financial and Your Neighbourhood Dominion Lending Centres. Fi ...
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The Fourcast

Channel 4 News

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From Channel 4 News, an in-depth look at the news stories you need to know about; how the past shapes the present and what might lie ahead for us all. channel4.com/news
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The American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA) is the leading professional association for railway engineers working together to further the development and advancement of both technical and practical knowledge in the railway industry. Come “roll with AREMA” as we chat with Members from every aspect of the Association. Each episode will contain entertaining and informative stories from our members about their time in the Association and how it has advanced their ...
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91.7 The Edge WSUW

91.7 The Edge WSUW

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91.7 The Edge, WSUW-FM, is a student run radio station that has been on the air in Whitewater since 1966. With its tower atop Hyer Hall, The Edge reaches the surrounding communities of Whitewater, Palmyra, Fort Atkinson, East Troy, and Watertown. 91.7 The Edge plays alternative, hip-hop, and metal music along with a great lineup of specialty shows including a variety of music from jazz to EDM. The station offers a wide array of opportunities for students from all majors to gain relevant expe ...
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Seeking Refuge

SRPA Team at the University of South Carolina

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Want to hear some extraordinary stories of resilience and humanity? Tune in to Seeking Refuge for the human stories of refugees and those working to protect them. Our guests talk everything from going to the International Court of Justice to making cross-genre music, from incredible acts of resilience to the everyday things that make them smile. We also talk issues facing refugees such as education, health care, and legal rights, and we learn about the history of refugees and the current wor ...
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The Republic is a narrative podcast series exploring pivotal Nigerian and broader African historical events and figures. In the first season, host Wale Lawal traces the significance of the June 12 1993 election, 30 years on. June 12, which marked the political rise of Moshood Kashimawo Olawale ‘M. K. O.’ Abiola and culminated in his arrest and death, no longer feels inanimate. Why was it such a pivotal moment? What did it feel like to experience it? And why has it remained engrained in Niger ...
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Project Run

Anthony Dauksis

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Hello, welcome to Project Run. My name is Anthony and I'm here to get you to inspired and motivated to make running a part of your life. I went from barely being able to run one mile, to now training for my first marathon. The thought of runnning has changed drastically for me. I no longer see it as a chore. I hope to inspire and motivate you to do the same. Now get out there and get those miles!
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Hummus For Thought is a podcast started by Lebanese writer Joey Ayoub and Syrian writer Sarah Hunaidi. Our goal is to have interesting people talk about the issues facing our world in a spirit of mutual aid.
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The Career Guide

Capacity Building International

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Your roadmap to starting a successful international career Is right here. Discover the key information you need to know to start, build, and manage an international career — including how to develop your skills and expertise, find job opportunities, and take ownership over your career as a whole. Do you dream of living and working overseas but don’t know where to start? Maybe you’re an up-and-coming professional who’s finishing up a Master’s degree and would love to work for an international ...
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Ex-NRC member Sophie shares her experience of abuse in the NRC community. We talk about how abuse is dealt with in the church, her experience of leaving the NRC and Christianity altogether, and the work of healing. TW: this episode contains mentions of grooming, sexual assault, domestic violence, and miscarriage. Please listen with care. __________…
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This week, host Jorden Guth is joined by Ian Colquhoun, founder of Axiom Audio and now also the owner of Bryston and Magnum Dynalab, to discuss the origins of the company, its connection with the National Research Council, his own relationship with Dr. Floyd Toole, and how the company’s speakers evolved after the legendary NRC research wound down. …
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This week, host Jorden Guth is joined by James Tanner, CEO of Bryston Ltd., to discuss the company’s origins in the medical industry, the design of its original amplifiers, how the company has evolved over time, and how he eventually joined forces with Axiom Audio’s Ian Colquhoun. Sources: “Canadian Hi-Fi Trilogy: Axiom Audio, Bryston, and Magnum D…
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Campaigning is underway after Rishi Sunak’s shock decision to call a snap general election - and the decision by Nigel Farage not to stand as a candidate for his Reform UK party might play to his favour - yet many are still puzzled by his decision. The Conservatives are twenty points behind in the polls and even the prime minister recently admitted…
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In this episode, Walt talks with Keith Bailey, Co-Founder of Articulated Intelligence, who you may recognize as the AREMA Annual Conference emcee. He helps people who have great ideas become better communicators. Keith shares strategies for effective communication emphasizing the power of stories. They are the gift we give to the audience. He also …
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Are Labour and the Conservatives already prepping for the election? Both Keir Starmer and Rishi Sunak are certainly behaving like they are. The Labour leader launched his first steps to change Britain, but will that help the party on the doorstep? And this week saw more culture war issues being flagged by Conservatives. Rishi Sunak wrote about his …
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This week, host Jorden Guth is joined by sound engineer, educator, and content developer Marcela Rada to discuss her obsession with sound, her personal history, how she became involved with the recording industry, and what’s different about mixing for immersive formats like Dolby Atmos. Sources: Marcela Rada: https://marcelarada.com/ “Audiophile At…
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For the second time in a fortnight, the Conservatives have been dealt a jaw-dropping blow - another MP has defected. This time, it is Dover MP and rightwinger, Natalie Elphicke, who crossed the floor moments before Prime Minister's Questions, to join forces with the opposition. The move has certainly sparked anger and confusion for both Labour and …
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The Conservatives are facing their worst local election results in 40 years - and yet it looks like Rishi Sunak may cling on after Ben Houchen secured a victory in the Tees Valley mayoral vote. But what next for the Conservative Party? Are they now in the worst of all worlds with a wounded leader facing defeat at the general election or can Rishi S…
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In this episode, Walt chats with Luv Sehgal (Senior Rail Engineer, ARUP). A native of India, Luv grew up surrounded by the world’s fourth-largest railway network, making it easy to fall in love with rail as a kid. He took that passion and propelled it into an accomplished engineering career. From winning the CEEAA Young Alumni Achievement Award pre…
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Rishi Sunak has pledged he'll ramp up Britain's defence budget and announced a £500 million military aid package to Ukraine, in the same week a long-awaited $61billion aid package from the US passed through Congress and the Senate. But what is the West’s end game for Ukraine? Is there enough in these aid packages to turn the tide of the war as Russ…
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Today, Claire discusses the latest updates on the conflict between Israel and Iran, after Iranian forces were bombed by Israel in Damascus, Syria. This led to a retaliatory attack by Iran towards Israel, and another attack back at Isfahan and Tabriz, Iran. It is possible that there have been more recent updates on this conflict since we wrote this …
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This week on The Political Fourcast, another scandal hits the Tories - Mark Menzies MP loses the whip as the Conservative Party investigates claims that he misused campaign funds. He allegedly made a late night call to ask for money to pay off "bad people". He disputes the allegations and senior Tory MPs are telling voters not to rush to judgement.…
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Episode Notes Today, Claire interviewed Amanullah Aziz, the owner of Halal International in Columbia, SC. She discussed Amanullah's journey to Columbia, the international community in Columbia, and the importance of having a diverse staff. Liked this episode? Let us know! Subscribe and leave us a review below! Connect with us If you or someone you …
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Zes Losse Tanden élke week op woensdag horen? Support de show door voor €3,- per maand je petje af te nemen! Je bent dan onderdeel van de club van 706 vrienden van de show die deze podcast mogelijk maken. Je krijgt TWEE EXTRA afleveringen per maand en toegang tot de officiële Discord server voor nog veel meer muziektips! Als je viking wordt voor ee…
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This week, host Jorden Guth continues his conversation with Dr. Peter Schuck, technical director at Paradigm Electronics Inc. The two cover the birth of Anthem Room Correction, the pros and cons of IIR and FIR filters, side quests, diversions, why flat in-room response isn’t actually the goal, and how ARC has evolved in response to market pressures…
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This week on The Political Fourcast - as war rumbles on in Gaza, we discuss how foreign policy affects domestic politics, and how the government’s decisions during the Israel/Gaza conflict could influence the outcome of an upcoming general election. Should Lord Cameron divulge the legal advice he has received over supplying arms to Israel? Why is t…
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In today's episode, Claire and Anusha are joined by Dr. Sarah Waheed, an assistant professor at the University of South Carolina specializing in South Asian history. Together, they explore the current geopolitical dynamics in Pakistan and their impact on Afghan refugees seeking safety in the country. Liked this episode? Let us know! Subscribe and l…
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Met Walter en Daan van Roadburn! -- Zes Losse Tanden élke week op woensdag horen? Support de show door voor €3,- per maand je petje af te nemen! Je bent dan onderdeel van de club van 702 vrienden van de show die deze podcast mogelijk maken. Je krijgt TWEE EXTRA afleveringen per maand en toegang tot de officiële Discord server voor nog veel meer muz…
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Today, join us as we travel to the "Ellis Island of the South", Clarkston, Georgia. We are doing a special episode where a few of our members travel to Clarkston to explore the diverse community. Clarkston is considered to be the most diverse square mile in America, with over half the city's residents being foreign-born. We interviewed various refu…
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This week, host Jorden Guth is joined by Dr. Peter Schuck, technical director at Paradigm Electronics Inc., to discuss his history in hi-fi, how he ended up at the NRC, how his work with Dr. Floyd Toole evolved into the pioneering Athena project, and exactly what sorts of tests he and others constructed and conducted to determine listener preferenc…
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Today, Shireen discusses updates on Texas' SB 4, which allows for people to be arrested and detained on suspicion of being in the country illegally. In December, the Supreme Court validated the law in a 6-4 decision. But, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated an injunction against the law last week. There are various concerns about this law, …
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With Rwanda flights unlikely to take off before the summer, if ever, could Rishi Sunak find himself in the departure lounge before any asylum seeker? Discussing planes and plots on this week's episode of The Political Fourcast, we hear from former Universities Minister and now Conservative peer Jo Johnson, and Margaret Hodge, the Labour MP for Bark…
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Bandvergadering! En jij bent uitgenodigd.. -- Zes Losse Tanden élke week op woensdag horen? Support de show door voor €3,- per maand je petje af te nemen! Je bent dan onderdeel van de club van 702 vrienden van de show die deze podcast mogelijk maken. Je krijgt TWEE EXTRA afleveringen per maand en toegang tot de officiële Discord server voor nog vee…
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In today’s episode, Diana and Jazmine chat with Olha Svieshnikova through her translator, Marina. Olha shares about her journey from Ukraine through various countries before reaching the United States. Additionally, she shares her experiences with starting her small, home-based business in Utah and the importance of supporting refugee owned busines…
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This episode, Walt chats with League of Railway Women 2023 Railway Woman of the Year Kari Gonzales, President & CEO, MxV Rail. The pair discuss transitioning and rebranding MxV Rail (formerly TTCI) from an FRA-managed testing facility to the world’s premier advisory for the rail industry. They’ll also consider the value and importance of maintainin…
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This week, host Jorden Guth continues his conversation with Paul Barton, founder of PSB Speakers. If you haven’t listened to season 3, episode 1 yet, do check that out first! In this second half of their conversation, the two discuss how the research at NRC contributed to the evolution of PSB speakers. Along the way, Paul gives the most cogent expl…
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In today's news episode, Claire will discuss the growing unrest in India over the recent enactment of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) by President Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party just weeks before elections. With the CAA and the possibility of enacting the National Register of Citizens (NRC), many claim that Muslim immigrants living in Indi…
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Marvin, a former teacher at an NRC school and former confessing member, shares his experience in the NRC and how he left. He talks about the social environment of the NRC and how it has changed over the years, his process of untangling his beliefs, and suggestions for people in a similar place. We had a little trouble with our audio in this episode…
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Will we have a May General election? Will there be massive Conservative defeat in any Election that we do have this year? And what’s the economy got to do with it? Here to answer those questions are the Former Chancellor who gave us the infamous mini-budget of 2022, Kwasi Kwarteng, and the former Labour Party leader and Mother of the House, Harriet…
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Episode Notes In today's episode, Emily and Shireen talk with the Social Enterprise Project, which uses high-quality fashion to enhance and encourage development within Palestinian refugee camps. Liked this episode? Let us know! Subscribe and leave us a review below! Connect with us if you or someone you know would like to share their personal refu…
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Welcome to season 3! This week, host Jorden Guth sits down with Paul Barton, founder of PSB Speakers, to discuss his personal history, his love of music, his passion for violin, and the origin story of PSB Speakers—all as a lead-in to a discussion about his time at the NRC doing research with Dr. Floyd Toole. Sources: PSB Speakers: https://www.psbs…
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Episode Notes In todas episode, we discuss hostile border policing in Texas and the constitutionality of recent measures. Liked this episode? Let us know! Subscribe and leave us a review below! Connect With Us If you or someone you know would like to share their personal refugee story, send us an email at seekingrefugepodcast@gmail.com or SOSRPA@ma…
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In today's episode, we discuss the Israeli airstrikes on Rafah on February 11th, a date that correlates with one of the most-watched annual sporting events in the world, the Super Bowl. Liked this episode? Let us know! Subscribe and leave us a review below! Connect With Us If you or someone you know would like to share their personal refugee story,…
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Ex-NRC member Joe shares his experience with the NRC as a queer person. We talk about the beliefs the NRC holds about LGBTQIA+ identities, the response people had to him coming out, and finding a balance with family who have different views than us. TW: homophobia, brief mentions of suicidal ideation. Please listen with care. __________ Resources H…
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For the final episode of season 2 of the SoundStage! Audiophile Podcast, host Jorden Guth is joined by T+A COO Condradin Amft to discuss the company’s history and heritage, its entry into the headphone market, and how hi-fi will evolve into the future. Sources: “44 Years of T+A—Germany's Hi-Fi Giant in Detail”: https://youtu.be/lzW18SuAJW0?si=SUjQk…
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Soft skills, that little extra something.…what does it take to match the right person to the right job in the rail industry? Hiring qualified employees is critical in the railroad industry, these two guests are at the forefront. Kevin Forrest, Talent Advisor at CSX, and Andrew Stahl, Founder of Stahl Recruiting, understand the ins and outs of the r…
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In this episode, our host Anusha Ghosh is speaking with Ahmad Alzoukani about his experience running his business called Mint Coffeehouse, based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Ahmad will tell us about his experience as a refugee coming to the United States from Syria, due to the impact of the Syrian Civil War. He will also tell us about the growth of his…
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Predestined's co-host, Taylor, shares her experience growing up in and leaving the NRC community. She talks about how the church functions, about spiritual trauma, and what it is like to leave a high-control group. __________ Resources High Control Groups: https://secularliturgies.wordpress.com/2020/02/24/the-25-signs-youre-in-a-high-control-group-…
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When Sonus faber introduced its massive new flagship loudspeaker system, Suprema, at this year’s CES, most of the press responded by asking about the price and finishes and little else. In this episode of the podcast, host Jorden Guth and SoundStage! founder Doug Schneider ask the real (and really tough) questions about the design and technical spe…
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Today, Shireen shares with us the recent court ruling from the case brought to the International Court of Justice by South Africa against Israel. Script: Hello everyone, and welcome back to another episode of Seeking Refuge News. I’m Shireen Kaur, and today we will be discussing the recent court ruling from the International Court of Justice, or th…
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Welcome to a new season of Seeking Refuge! In this trailer, Anusha reflects on Seeking Refuge's journey and discusses the podcast's goals for Season 10: to uplift small business owners with an international and refugee background. We cannot wait to share the diverse list of businesses we have been able to interview with! "Hello everyone! My name is…
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In the 110 days since the war started, over 25,000 Palestinians have been killed in Israel's offensive on Gaza, prompting the charity Oxfam to describe it as the ‘deadliest conflict of the 21st century’. It follows the October 7 attacks by Hamas that saw 1,200 people killed and around 240 taken hostage in Israel. There is huge pressure internationa…
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