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In conversation with garden people -- designers, florists, growers, naturalists, chefs, artists and more -- about how gardens have shaped their lives and inform their work today. Seasonal tips, expert recommendations, and lots and lots of plants. https://www.violetearstudio.com/episodes
 
The Garden Log is an award winning podcast from Ben Dark, Head Gardener at an English country estate. Episodes begin with a review of events in the flowerbeds, meadows and woodland, before moving on to discuss horticultural matters more generally. Ben is an ever-curious host who does not take himself, his job or gardening too seriously. A half-hour spent in his company is a half-hour spent far away from the myriad concerns of modern life.
 
Clearing the FOG: Speaking truth to expose the forces of greed on WeAct Radio, 1480 am, out of Anacostia, Washington, DC. The ruling FOG (Forces of Greed) spin news stories in their favor and keep the masses distracted with celebrity gossip and reality shows. Each week we feature guests who are working to expose the truth and offer real solutions to the current crises faced by our nation and the world. Knowledge is power, and with this knowledge you will be empowered to act to shift power to ...
 
Dennis Prager is one of the most respected and influential thinkers, writers, and speakers in America. Each day, he tackles topics of politics, faith, and culture with ease and expertise. His motto is, "I prefer clarity to agreement.” He is deeply passionate about preserving America, the West, and the Judeo-Christian value system.
 
But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
 
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The Darwin Awards

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The Darwin Awards

Josiah, Adam, and Ben Coughran

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A weekly podcast that takes great pleasure in discussing the jaw-dropping and numerous ways in which humans remove themselves from the gene pool through their own stupidity. Each week we take 4 new and recent Darwin Award nominees and, after some lively discussion, choose a winner.
 
Are you a bit of a self-development junkie, always looking to transform your life and business to the best that it can be? What if I told you that actually real transformation and change isn't all about you and actually focusing on changing yourself all the time, is not the best way to do it. Nothing demonstrates this to me more than my favourite quote which is, ‘when a flower doesn't bloom, you don't change the flower, but the environment of which it is in’. I’m Kirsty Carden and I grew up ...
 
Sometimes, a single moment can change a person’s entire life. Like when documentary filmmaker Ken Burns saw his father cry for the first time, or when Sal Khan, a hedge fund analyst, decided to tackle the impossible and educate people around the globe. Host Alicia Burke talks to doers like Ken Burns, Arianna Huffington and Sal Khan about the powerful moments that inspired them to make an impact.
 
Hi there...welcome to Mushroom Hour. Listen in as we venture into kingdom fungi with unique and beautiful humans who all share a passion for mushrooms. We'll go forage for wild mushrooms, explore their potency as nature's medicines, become citizen mycologists, transform human consciousness and learn how mushrooms inspired art, spirituality and culture throughout our history. There are so many ways that mushrooms can benefit (wo)mankind - we just need to tap into the mycelium network and let ...
 
I have taken the leap. I have given up my full time job to peruse what lights me up, what sets my soul on fire. I have nothing and have no expectations but long so deeply to set up my own business and free myself from any form of 9-5 job. I always get to hear other peoples success stories but never get to experience the process. Therefore I am here to document my process, the daily struggles, the highs and lows and see where this journey takes me. Join me for the ride. Amy x
 
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Tested

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Tested

Dave DeWitt, Leoneda Inge, Will Michaels, Charlie Shelton-Ormond, Jason deBruyn, Rusty Jacobs, Naomi Prioleau, Celeste Gracia, Kamaya Truitt, Anisa Khalifa

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Tested is a hard look at how North Carolina and its neighbors face the day's challenges. Hosted by journalists Dave DeWitt and Leoneda Inge.
 
Named by Oprah as a thought leader for the next generation and one of Inc.’s 500 fastest growing companies, Marie Forleo’s goal is to help you become the person you most want to be. In this show, Marie and her guests share actionable strategies for greater happiness, success, motivation, creativity, productivity, love, health, contribution and fulfillment — often with a lot of laughs. From business, marketing and career advice, to tackling failure, disappointment and fear, to philanthropy an ...
 
Dennis Prager and Julie Hartman explore all aspects of life, in particular the crisis of American education. Julie is a senior at Harvard who sensed that most of her life she was exposed to one perspective. She found Dennis Prager’s book “Still the Best Hope,” and she realized she actually held many conservative beliefs. She reached out to Dennis and that was the beginning of a new partnership that culminates in their weekly podcast.
 
Sustaining Craft started in 2016, when Elizabeth Silverstein, a writer, found herself discouraged after a move and a divorce. To find a little encouragement for herself and others, she decided to talk to people building businesses in creative fields. Sustaining Craft morphed into a podcast format in 2018, and features artists and craftspeople from Arkansas, Canada, Colorado, and New Jersey.
 
Conversations with researchers and innovators about how to better feed the world every Tuesday at five a.m. Join in on the conversation on Facebook and Twitter @msufoodfix. This podcast is brought to you by Michigan State University’s Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, an organization that teaches student and professional journalists how to report on the world's most important beat.
 
Welcome to Roots of Impact where we interview inspiring leaders, teachers and healers, and learn about their journeys. This podcast is for anyone intent on taking action in their lives to make this world more beautiful. Our mission is to spread seeds of inspiration so that you too may flower as a change maker, and start tapping in to your full potential as a conscious human being.
 
Avery Speaks Podcast (Family Advocacy) A Podcast Empowering Our Families And Communities IG @averyspeakspodcast Avery Speaks is a podcast sharing thought-provoking content that is empowering, healing and informative to our families and communities. CashApp: $authoravery1 (Donations) IG @averyspeakspodcast AuthorSite: AveryWashington.com LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/averyspeakspodcast Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/authoraverywashington/support
 
Under the Radar with Callie Crossley looks to alternative presses and community news for stories that are often overlooked by big media outlets. In our roundtable conversation, we aim to examine the small stories before they become the big headlines with contributors in Boston and New England. For more information, visit our website: wgbhnews.org/utr
 
"You're only given one little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it." - Robin Williams This storytelling podcast aims to expose the moments that create change in our personal journeys, pulling from experiences and memories that forever altered how we think, feel and live. Maria Konopken and Julie Schmerbeck provide a safe space for guests to tell their stories in their own authentic voice, discussing those little sparks in our lives that make us unique, while bridging together the human expe ...
 
Natural health, how that relates to mindset, and conversations on spirituality, holistic health, herbalism, mental health, and self healing. If you need solutions to digestive health, sleep, sustainable energy, natural skincare, self love, and self care, this podcast is your new favorite resource. Your host is Emily Ciosek, a health coach certified in Ayurveda, an ancient indian herbal science. Emily has had a rough health history, but healed herself by building strategies to break unhealthy ...
 
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Cafeteria Christian

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Cafeteria Christian

Cafeteria Christian & Alter Guild

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Nora and Natalia met on the internet and quickly formed a mutual admiration society which grew into a friendship and many conversations about life and loss and faith and God. They knew there was a place in the current cultural and political climate for a kind of Christianity that was not “THAT kind of Christian”. So Cafeteria Christian was born. They are reclaiming this pejorative for good and reminding people that even when it comes to Christianity and faith, you can take what you like and ...
 
Ever wondered what happens when you fill a cello with bees? Or how robins have successfully colonised the outer-reaches of our universe? Or why the world is destined to be populated purely by female turtles? This podcast celebrates nature and the stories of those who care deeply for it. Join artist, actor and Woodland Trust & Wildlife Trusts ambassador David Oakes, for a series of informal, relaxed conversations with artists, scientists, creatives and environmentalists as they celebrate the ...
 
Our resolve is simple... we're gonna be Podkage! (The best anime podcast in the world). If you love to watch Anime and love to laugh, look no further! Our anime podcast gives you all kinds of topics about anime in a fun, hilarious, cool, casual, and authentic conversation-style format. New episodes release every Monday! You, my anime friend, have arrived at your destination. This is "THAT ANIME PODCAST" you've been searching for.
 
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On June 19, Colombians elected the first leftist president and the first Afro-Colombian vice president in history. This was possible, despite being in a repressive state, because of a strong national social movement that organized an effective national strike in the spring of 2021. Clearing the FOG speaks with Charo Mina Rojas, an Afro-Colombian hu…
 
This week on Under the Radar: You might know that Massachusetts was the first state in the nation to abolish slavery, but you probably haven’t heard how a Black man named Quock Walker was instrumental in making that happen. Back in 1754, the state census counted 4,500 enslaved people in Massachusetts. Walker, born to enslaved Black people, was one …
 
This week on Under the Radar: Harvard pubilshed its “Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery” report back in April, which detailed the institution's clear, historical ties to slavery. That included enslaved individuals on campus, funding from enslavers and dozens of faculty — including past Harvard presidents — who were enslavers themselves. This was bac…
 
In the first in-person interview episode since the re-launch, Taylor speaks to a PhD candidate at Wageningen University about using waste from insect production (as in insects used for food and feed) to create sustainable crops by promoting plant growth, health, pollination and resilience. Follow us and join the conversation @msufoodfix on Facebook…
 
Apple just launched a concert series with Mary J Blige and Harry Styles because in a Recession, Subscription is the Prescription. LA’s 2 top universities joined the Big 10, because college football has become a TV show. And BlockFi lost up to 99% of its value in 3 months (and Harry Styles explains this one, too), because the crypto winter is the ri…
 
On the Border: The Rise and Decline of the Most Political Club in the World (Pitch Publishing, 2022) by Shaul Adar is the compelling tale of a football club sited in one of the most volatile places on earth. The book explores the radicalisation of Beitar and the fight for the soul of the club between the racists and open-minded fans. It is also a s…
 
Based on five years of archival research, Britain's Informal Empire in Spain, 1830-1950: Free Trade, Protectionism and Military Power offers a radical reinterpretation of Britain and Spain’s relationship during the growth, apogee and decline of the British Empire. It shows that from the early nineteenth century Britain turned Spain into an ‘informa…
 
A candid conversation with Dr. Sravana Borkataky-Varma, historian, practitioner, educator, and social entrepreneur. Women and Gender in Hindu Tantra Tantra: The Body and Release, an Esalen Signature Series Raj Balkaran is a scholar, online educator, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megapho…
 
Reccep Tayyib Erdogan is towering politician. He has dominated Turkey for 20 years and is now being compared to Ataturk as a man who has changed the direction of Turkish society. And he matters not only to Turkey but to the international community more generally partly because of Turkey’s geo-strategic position but also because he has the power to …
 
Carl Hart speaks with Kim about America’s punitive drug laws, and how we might change them for the better. He argues that we should legalize and regulate the sale of all drugs, in the same way we regulate the sale of alcohol, to improve the health, equity, and liberty of our society. Dr. Hart is a professor of behavioral neuroscience in the Departm…
 
In this episode, Dr. Nilanjana Paul of the University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley speaks about her new monograph, Bengal Muslims and Colonial Education, 1854-1947: A Study of Curriculum, Educational Institutions and Communal Politics (Routledge, 2022). The book is a micro history of the spread of education among Muslims in Colonial Bengal. Dr. Paul…
 
Julia and I discuss her latest novel, Vigil Harbor, a story of the near future in which many of our current crises are amplified in terrifying yet recognizable ways. The Covid pandemic and its aftereffects are still felt, coastal communities are being swept into the sea, a violent wave of xenophobia and anti-immigrant anti-refugee sentiment stokes …
 
Jason Josephson-Storm is Professor of Religion and Chair of Science and Technology Studies at Williams College in Massachusetts. He received his Ph.D. in Religious Studies from Stanford University in 2006 and has held visiting positions in the US, France, and Germany. He has three primary research foci: Japanese Religions, European Intellectual His…
 
Speed of Dark (She Writes Press, 2022) by Patricia Ricketts opens with a black man getting off Metra train in Northbrook, Illinois to search for someone who might be hiding in the woods. Mosely Albright works in a Mission house helping drug addicts, alcoholics and those who are down on their luck. The reverend has asked him to search for one of the…
 
Annette G. Aubert and Zachary Purvis' edited volume Transatlantic Religion: Europe, America, and the Making of Modern Christianity (Brill, 2021) offers a new perspective on nineteenth-century American Christianity that takes into account the century’s major transformations in politics, philosophy, education, and religious doctrine. The book include…
 
Los Angeles in the 1870s is not the sprawling city we know today. A rapidly growing pueblo of perhaps 7,000 residents, it features vineyards and ranchos, worked by an army of transient men as likely to shoot one another up in bars as stagger home after a heavy night’s drinking. Although ethnically diverse, it is riven by racism, and its relatively …
 
In this searing and insightful critique, Adrienne Buller examines the fatal biases that have shaped the response of our governing institutions to climate and environmental breakdown, and asks: are the 'solutions' being proposed really solutions? Tracing the intricate connections between financial power, economic injustice and ecological crisis, she…
 
In 1973, Billy Graham, "America's Pastor," held his largest ever "crusade." But he was not, as one might expect, in the American heartland, but in South Korea. Why there? Race for Revival: How Cold War South Korea Shaped the American Evangelical Empire (Oxford UP, 2022) seeks not only to answer that question, but to retell the story of modern Ameri…
 
The idea of a Green New Deal was launched into popular consciousness by US Congressperson Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in 2018. It has become a watchword in the current era of global climate crisis. But what – and for whom – is the Green New Deal? In this concise and urgent book, Max Ajl provides an overview of the various mainstream Green New Deals. C…
 
We are not what we think we are. Our self-image as natural individuated subjects is determined behind our backs: historically by political forces, cognitively by the language we use, and neurologically by sub-personal mechanisms, as revealed by scientific and philosophical analyses. Under contemporary capitalism, as the gap between this self-image …
 
Soul is the most powerful expression of American music--a distinct combination of roots, migration, race, culture, and politics packaged together for your dancing pleasure. But if you thought the sounds of Motown or Stax Records died along with 8-tracks and macramé, you'd be wrong. For two decades, Daptone Records has churned out hard funk and such…
 
Empower U Membership http://jjflizanes.com/eu Awaken Your Dream Life http://jjflizanes.com/dreamlife Application for the Coaching Program http://jjflizanes.com/app Miriam Rahav, M.D. is a triple boarded physician in the fields of internal medicine, hospice and palliative medicine and functional medicine. Dr. Rahav is also certified in acupuncture t…
 
Recently, hope seems kind of hard to come by. Our dear friend, Lawrence (AKA Rence), enlightens us with a spiritual awakening that they experienced over the course of 2020's darkest days which honed in on love, connection and the power of leaning in to who you are. Rence wanted to note that the beliefs discussed in this episode are theirs and their…
 
The recent US Supreme Court rulings set legal precedents that will further erode human and civil rights and empower corporations as well as open the door for more cases that will advance Christian and capitalist ideologies. Clearing the FOG speaks with two legal experts, Shahid Buttar and Marjorie Cohn, about the specifics of the recent decisions o…
 
Since the late 1960s, Lundy Island - just off the north coast of Devon and measuring only half a mile wide at its widest point - has been owned and operated by two British charities; the National Trust and the Landmark Trust. Prior to this, Lundy was owned by wealthy megalomaniacs, pirates, gamblers, revolutionaries, neolithic fisher-people, and a …
 
Compare the USA to utopia and it’s not so great. Compare it to reality and it’s unique and impressive. Immigrants from different countries call in to wish America happy birthday in their native language… Dennis takes more calls and continues his explanation of what makes America exceptional. A Best of Prager Hour. Originally broadcast July 4, 2012.…
 
Congratulations to host Toni Quest and the Energy Stoners™ Cafe Podcast crew as they celebrate their 100th episode with a candid conversation with classical / rock violinist Daisy Jopling. What a pleasure speaking with her just hours after returning from her trip to Egypt, where she will expand the Daisy Jopling Foundation to musically galvanize un…
 
In Ugly Freedoms (Duke UP, 2022), Elisabeth R. Anker reckons with the complex legacy of freedom offered by liberal American democracy, outlining how the emphasis of individual liberty has always been entangled with white supremacy, settler colonialism, climate destruction, economic exploitation, and patriarchy. These "ugly freedoms" legitimate the …
 
Commodities of Care: The Business of HIV Testing in China (U Minnesota Press, 2021) examines the unanticipated effects of global health interventions, ideas, and practices as they unfold in communities of men who have sex with men (MSM) in China. Targeted for the scaling-up of HIV testing, Elsa L. Fan examines how the impact of this initiative has …
 
We live in cities whose borders have always been subject to expansion. What does such transformation of rural spaces mean for cities and vice-versa? Properties of Rent: Community, Capital and Politics in Globalising Delhi (Cambridge UP, 2022) looks at the spatial transformation of villages brought into Delhi's urban fray in the 1950s. As these vill…
 
In this episode we meet long time East-West Psychology faculty member, Kimmy Johnson, who describes her transformative journey starting as a student of Consciousness Studies and Traditional Knowledge at CIIS, to becoming an elder in the East-West Psychology community, teaching ancestral consciousness and healing, dreams as indigenous knowledge, and…
 
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