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Makhlouta literally means mixed. Just like it's name, it's a mixture of grains and beans. This typical Lebanese dish can't get any easier, healthier and gives you loads of power just like this feel-good podcast hosted by Nino Fenianos. Nino will tackle subjects like sports, music, comedy, food and more. This platform aims to inspire people to follow their passion, to share knowledge on interesting topics but also entertain the public with a touch of fun and simplicity.
 
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Prototype aka El Nino Fresco

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Giving you just a dab of what you need..... Good Music, Shitty Quality "better than AM though" and Real Talk. www.soundcloud.com/prototype-nino https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYih-HMNcQPxhdyqnPse9sw
 
You’ve seen the headlines, now hear the Full Story. Every weekday, join Guardian journalists for a deeper understanding of the news in Australia and beyond. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or any other podcasting app
 
Top50 on Apple Podcast & Deezer ( Music Category ) in Spain Netherlands Russia Ukraine Bulgaria Hungary Romania ...& more Countries on the top 100 ( Source : itunes & Chartable.com ) Underground House Music DJ from Morocco LINKS: https://youtube.com/user/youness666b?sub_confirmation=1 https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/2021-house-tech-progressive-deep-defected-ibiza-uk/id1553828811 https://dj-tekness-morocco.business.site/ https://www.deezer.com/fr/show/2313652 @ DJ TEKNESS on Youtube Dee ...
 
This is a podcast about the monsters humanity creates through legends and media, as well as what those monsters’ lore reflects about our society. Join me as we enter the unknown, discovering the stories of infamous creatures like Vampires and Zombies, but also lesser known beasts like Dullahans, Wendigo, Aswang, and more. Movie monsters, mythological creatures, cryptids, urban legends, and so much more.
 
For years multiple networks have asked Nino Coniglio to put together a Podcast about pizza— but he figured he could only talk about sauce and cheese so many times before it became redundant. Luckily a lightbulb went off last month that we should create a podcast that’s about pizza in every way, including the pizza makers and their stories! Each one of you has a unique origin story relating to pizza that we want to explore and share with not only the pizza community that we know and love, but ...
 
Welcome to the Travel Secrets podcast! This show is FOR travellers and people who WANT TO BECOME a traveller. I am sharing travel experiences and advices for your own mass movement. Every one could have a message to tell people and change the world for them. I will try to explain how to do that and giving some advices. A lot of people have the wish just to travel around and have a business next to it and become famous. In my opinion every one can reach that with just a bit help from outside. ...
 
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After three years of rain and floods, Australia’s weather could soon flip into a hotter, drier phase – El Niño. At home, this could mean higher risk of bushfires and severe coral bleaching, and globally, it could mean exceeding 1.5C warming for the first time. Environment reporter Graham Readfearn explains why to Laura Murphy-Oates…
 
Melbourne GP, Dr Grant Blashki (pictured) talks about extreme weather and mental health - "New report reveals adverse mental health impact of extreme weather events"; "Survey results: National study of the impact of climate-fuelled disasters on the mental health of Australians"; "Dealing with climate anxiety: tips, tools and resources"; "Hidden men…
 
Scientists have predicted the return of the El Niño climate phenomenon later this year. Its arrival will result in even higher global temperatures and supercharged extreme weather events. Ian Sample speaks to environment editor Damian Carrington about what we can expect from El Niño and whether we’re prepared. Help support our independent journalis…
 
The Albanese government has announced it will set up a National Women’s Health Advisory Council to tackle medical misogyny, with members being announced on Tuesday and the first meeting set for 20 February. But what is medical misogyny and what can a national council really do to address it? Jane Lee speaks to the assistant minister for health, Ged…
 
As the Albanese government promises to create more permanent pathways for migrants, Jane Lee speaks with immigration historian Dr Rachel Stevens about how different policies and world events have shaped Australia’s immigrant intake over decades. We also hear from Liliana Sanchez and Marina Khan about their experiences migrating to Australia…
 
♦ Hardstyle - Reverse Bass Mix by Hardtonic ♦ Released January 2023 ♦ 320 kbps Audio ♦Tracklist:001 - Coca - Pump the Bass-Tard (Original Mix)002 - Jones & Tommy V - Technotic (Dj Activator Remix)003 - DJ N3ck - Party Time (Original Mix) 004 - P.V.P - Him Again (Pusher Mix)005 - Prozact DJ & Dj Morientez - Break The Speel (Original Mix)006 - Bassfo…
 
Bill Gates (pictured) of Microsoft fame is fantastically wealthy and promotes solutions for many issues, and was recently in Australia - "Looming El Niño could push us into a new era of global heating". "Want to take action on climate change? These books can help"; "Louisiana Democratic Party ‘Funneled’ Utility Donations to Climate Candidate Challe…
 
Darren McFarland and Kara Hammer catch up with Nashville Predators Head Coach John Hynes as the team heads into the All-Star break. He talks about beating Los Angeles, Winnipeg and New Jersey before the break and weighs in on an important team meeting after the loss in St. Louis. Hynes also discusses Alexandre Carrier defending one of his teammates…
 
In autumn 2023, Polish parliamentary elections will take place 8 years after the Law and Justice Party came to power and the “Rule of Law crisis” with the EU commenced. In this first RevDem Rule of Law podcast of the year our editor Oliver Garner discusses the “8th season of the Polish telenovela” with Dr. Anna Wójcik. Anna is an assistant professo…
 
Tatura's Bruce Gill (pictured) has long wanted to be as fossil fuel free as possible and his "new" (it's a 2018 model) Tesla takes him much closer to that goal. The research scientist came to Tatura decades ago to work on the Goulburn Valley's then-salinity problem and he now works on broader agriculture issues. Bruce has been pursuing the fossil-f…
 
ChatGPT has been causing a stir since its launch last year. The chatbot’s ability to produce convincing essays, stories and even song lyrics has impressed users, and this week attracted a multibillion-dollar investment from Microsoft. Ian Sample speaks to Prof John Naughton about how ChatGPT works, hears from author Patrick Jackson about how it wil…
 
On 26 January 85 years ago, a group of Aboriginal men and women gathered at Australia Hall in Sydney to hold the first Day of Mourning, calling on the government to grant Aboriginal people full rights of citizenship. Playwright and Quandamooka man Wesley Enoch speaks to Laura Murphy-Oates about the ‘neglected’ history of protest on this day that’s …
 
UN Secretary General, António Guterres, says we must act this decade. Richard Heinberg gives us a bonus episode of his power podcast: "How to Navigate Power with Wisdom"; "McGowan Government commits to legislating net zero by 2050 and introducing five-year interim targets"; "Liverpool Plains farmers oppose seismic testing and Hunter Gas Pipeline"; …
 
The podcast is based on the conference and the special issue of Politics and Governance, No. 3 in 2022 edited by Matthijs Bogaards (CEU Department of Political Science, CEU Democracy Institute) and Andrea Pető (CEU Department of Gender Studies, CEU Democracy Institute). The first major exploration of the relationship between illiberalism and gender…
 
It was 6.34pm on 12 December when Madelyn Train had the last contact she would ever have with the three people she considered her parents. Gareth Train texted her from his rural Queensland property saying people had been sent ‘to kill us’. By this stage, Nathaniel, Stacey and Gareth Train had shot dead constables Matthew Arnold and Rachel McCrow, a…
 
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