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Round Table is a premier English radio/podcast show, straight from Beijing. Hear what's buzzing on the Internet and the main streets, see the latest lifestyle trends, and feel the pulse of life in China, Round Table is your golden ticket. With dynamic cultural exchanges between hosts from diverse backgrounds, we take you on a journey deep into modern China. We invite you to join our conversation! Shoot us an email or a voice memo at ezfmroundtable@foxmail.com. Let the fun begin!
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Knocked Conscious with Mark Puls addresses questions of society, culture, science, spirituality, philosophy, and more. Its goal is to stimulate thought, challenge beliefs, formulate new ideas, then challenge those new ideas. It intends to bridge the gap between science and spirituality, as both are very real. The podcast is also designed to be a beacon, calling to those who seek long-format, nuanced conversations. Beer Googgles (double-E, double-O, double-G) is basically a show where we get ...
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Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: ...
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"Conversations with Carole" is meant to build a community where we can talk about current and historical issues relevant to our times. I've been in the cross culture business for many years and celebrate the past work I've done in radio. It made sense NOW to move the conversation to a podcast format where we can all get involved! ===== As an award-winning keynote speaker, trainer, and global thought leader, since 1987, Carole Copeland Thomas moderates the discussions of critical issues affec ...
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Hear the untold stories of mind-blowing achievements in science and tech. “CBS Sunday Morning” correspondent and six-time Emmy winner David Pogue takes you behind the scenes into the creation stories of the world’s greatest advances and the people behind them. From transportation, food, space, internet, and health, creators reveal their inspirations and roadblocks they encountered in bringing their breakthroughs to the public. Hear all-new episodes of the award-winning Unsung Science podcast ...
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The New Pulse News Podcast Radio, is about you; The Pulse is a new 24 hour to the minute, independent, 1st Amendment, free form on demand news, information, opinion, commentary and editorial News network, news, podcast radio portal, providing real news stories without the hype. For more news reference links and to listen to the podcast go to radiotalknetwork.com and visit us also at WAFRN.com and at https://www.thenewsdesklive.com/
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Introduction: Welcome to "Taking Care of Iredell," the radio show that brings you insightful discussions, community updates, and legislative insights straight from the heart of North Carolina. Join your host, NC Representative Jeff McNeely, every Monday from 11 am to 12 pm, as he dives into the issues that matter most to the residents of Iredell County. Episode Format: Each week, Representative McNeely will invite distinguished guests, experts, and community leaders to share their expertise, ...
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The high tech industry has been grappling with a downturn in recent years. But a new report shows that the picture for the tech sector in Texas is a bit sunnier than in other parts of the country. Why is that? Then, Lowe’s and Target feel the effects of a pinched consumer, and sugar production — once Cuba’s most important and profitable trade — is …
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Inflation may be cooling, but it certainly isn’t cold. Americans are still getting burned by rising prices. That’s one conclusion from a new Federal Reserve survey, which notes that parents in particular are struggling. Then, one report shows just how many homes are overvalued, especially in the South. Plus, we’ll hear how the Accion Digital Transf…
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From the BBC World Service: Amid worsening inflation, a scarcity of basic goods and a decadeslong U.S. economic embargo, Cubans are enduring some of their bleakest economic times since the Cold War. We hear from the country’s sugar plantations, where production has hit an all-time low. Plus, a look at why a medical strike in Mozambique is having a …
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The internet today is largely governed by 26 words in the Communications Decency Act, signed on Feb. 8, 1996, by then-President Bill Clinton. “Today, with the stroke of a pen, our laws will catch up with our future,” he proclaimed during the signing of the act. The web has changed a bit since then. But Section 230 of that law has not. Today, social…
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Celebrate World Biodiversity Day with Heyang, as she embarks on an unforgettable journey through the rainforests of Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province. Will she spot the elusive wild Asian elephants in their natural habitat? Experience the thrill of the search, the beauty of biodiversity, and Heyang's heartfelt reflections of being in wild nature.…
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Over the last 50 years, an ideology known as neoliberalism has transformed the American economy — for better or worse. The concept is often associated with Ronald Reagan, free markets and deregulation. But legal scholar Mehrsa Baradaran says there’s a lot we get wrong about the origins of neoliberalism and its true impact on society. On the show to…
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On Monday, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon hinted at retiring soon after running the banking powerhouse for 18 years. But finding replacements for veteran CEOs can be a tricky business. Also in this episode: New research finds that Native households are more financially stressed. Plus: Lowe’s invests in professional contractors, and Chicago vendors …
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On Wednesday, we get glimpses of two very different ends of the economy: Both retailer Target and AI chipmaker Nvidia report earnings. One lives in the world of consumers facing high interest rates, while the other occupies the sphere of cutting edge technology. What can we anticipate? Then, caregiving is a major factor behind the rise of multigene…
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Houston residents are once again rebuilding after a severe windstorm delivered damage to cars, businesses and homes last week. Insurers are just beginning to assess the extent of the damage — at a time when insurance is getting pricier and harder to find. Then, the FDIC’s chair says he will step down once a successor is confirmed following investig…
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From the BBC World Service: Artificial intelligence has been argued to be the tech of our time, and lawmakers have been grappling with how to regulate it. Today, the European Union approved what it says is the first AI law of its kind in the world. Plus, we hear how Japanese authorities are clamping down on tiresome tourists. And why has the U.S. t…
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There was a time when pollsters went door to door to figure out what people were thinking. Gallup did that for almost 50 years, before switching mostly to telephones by the mid-’80s. Phone polling was cheaper but still reliable. That is, until the cellphone came along. Marketplace’s Lily Jamali asked Jon Clifton, CEO of Gallup, about the complexiti…
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Listener Frieda wrote in with a big question: What does money have to do with climate change? Luckily, Bridget and Ryan get help from a time traveler who takes them back to a time when some decisions about how we make things, how we run our economy and how we buy stuff were made. Turns out we’re feeling the ripple effects of those choices today. We…
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Professional cyclists go as fast as 40km per hour on average at the Tour de France, that’s almost as fast as some food delivery guys dashing across Chinese cities on motorbikes. Now, as if to make the streets even more dangerous, some amateur cyclists seek to challenge professional records in cities already packed with fast moving cars and electric…
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May 21st marks the annual International Tea Day. With a rich history spanning thousands of years, tea has become the most consumed drink worldwide, second only to water. Its rich cultural significance has also made it a beloved beverage around the globe. On this special day, brew yourself a fresh pot and join us as we celebrate the wonders of tea. …
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Today, we’re talking about the different efforts to invest in artificial intelligence. First up, guest host Lily Jamali breaks down Argentina’s endeavor to turn the country into an AI hub. Then, we’ll discuss the use of AI and deepfakes in India’s election in an attempt to reach voters. Later, we’ll smile about America’s first Black astronaut candi…
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Fast-casual sit-down restaurant chains have a lot on their plates right now. They’re unpopular with Gen Z customers, struggling to maintain reasonable prices and can’t compete with made-to-DoorDash options like Chipotle. Meanwhile, at the other end of the restaurant spectrum, reservations at trendy spots are hot tickets in resale markets. Also in t…
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