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Bear Attack

Panda, Polar, and Blitz Bear

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Bear Attack is a podcast that you listen to when you've run out of everything else. Topics will be mauled. Guests will be assaulted. It won't be pretty. Just kidding, we're very sweet boys. Or are we?
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Former TV siblings from The Sopranos, Robert Iler and Jamie-Lynn Sigler are polar opposite personalities, yet somehow have managed to remain best friends. Jamie is a complete sweetheart and Rob is a real-life Oscar the Grouch. Each week, Rob presents segments and questions prepared for Jamie to further demonstrate how differently they think, giving a deeper look into their dynamic relationship and finding hilarious ways for two people who are so different to find common ground.
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When We Disagree considers the arguments that stuck with us. These are the disagreements, spats, and fights we kept thinking about a month, a year, even decades after they happened. Write us: Whenwedisagree@gmail.com.
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Katharsis/Processed is a weekly journey to the polar regions of contemporary music. These unfamiliar musical frontiers are scoured for adventurous new sounds still grounded in harmony, melody and beauty. Selections range from the sublimely quiet and reverent to overwhelming aural overload, but more often than not sustain a tranquil and soothing mood appropriate for later on a Sunday evening.
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Welcome to The Great Polar Bearier Riff, where amazing things happen. Student-created episodes cover all topics from classroom subjects to everyday school events. Episodes enrich curriculum and enhance our school community. Dive in and it check it out!
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Trials and tribulations of life being Mentally ill. Growing up with no direction guided me to the wrong path. I hope my stories can help someone out there who feels alone and scared. learning triggers and focus on positive hope! we get crazy yo
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PolAr JoQs is a movement that documents the lifestyle of prevalent artists, entrepreneurs and influencers. PolAr JoQs captures topics and answers that cultivates the current/next generation. #TheCoolRush
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Good Witch - Bad Witch

Shelley Majeres, Lysa Brown and Darryl Brown

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Two polar opposite best friends interview fascinating guests and dish the dirt. Topics range from urban legends and the metaphysical to true crime, music history and crazy animal facts. Channel your inner witch and tune in to these comedic buddies - one salty, one sweet and a MannWitch who is quick on his feet!
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Travel, at its best, changes the way we see the world. Join us each week as we dig into stories from people who took a trip—and came home transformed. Travel Tales by AFAR is your ticket to the world, no passport required. Find more inspiration at afar.com/traveltales.
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PoLAR Voices

PoLAR Voices

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Everyone is talking about climate change, but what does it all mean? Listen in as PoLAR Voices breaks down the science of climate change with people living and working in the polar regions.
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Was LOST a good TV show? It’s a question that’s been asked hundreds, if not billions of times. But it’s never been answered… until now. Join Ema and Nolan each week as they look at the good (Vincent), the bad (most Charlie episodes), and the ugly (polar bear CGI) of this classic water cooler show. Get LOST!!
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If you're part of the "exhausted majority" who is fed up with outrage culture and wants to be less stressed out, listen to this. 40 minutes every few weeks. It will change your life. Outrage Overload is a show about outrage in society and politics, and lowering the temperature. In each episode we explore a different aspect of the outrage industry with leading scientists, researchers, authors, community leaders, and other experts. Topics include political polarization, outrage exhaustion, ext ...
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Making Peace Visible

Making Peace Visible Inc.

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In the news media, war gets more headlines than peace, conflict more airtime than reconciliation. And in our polarized world, reporting on conflict in a way that frames conflicts as us vs. them, good vs. evil often serves to dig us in deeper. On Making Peace Visible, we speak with journalists and peacebuilders who help us understand the human side of conflicts and peace efforts around the world. From international negotiations in Colombia to gang violence disruptors in Chicago, to women advo ...
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Make That Change

Voxiferi Broadcasting

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Make That Change is the self help podcast first launched in Summer 2020, presented and broadcast by Dick Morrell, mental health practitioner and trained crisis coach. Since 2020 millions of listeners globally have listened in and Season 3 starts August 2024. Topics include dealing with adverse childhood experiences, childhood trauma, sleeping, anxiety, stress, depression, bereavement, divorce and separation, post natal depression, bi-polar and adverse mental health conditions, Autism Spectru ...
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The Arctic and the Antarctic are privileged locations for observers interested in understanding how our world is shaped by the forces of nature and the workings of history. These areas have inspired countless humans to undertake epic expeditions of discovery and have witnessed both great triumphs and miserable defeats. As a planetary litmus paper it is at the poles we can detect the effects of natural oscillations and human activities on the global ecosystems.
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Bi Polar Bits is an open discussion podcast where we talk about the different philosophies surrounding the ideas of depression. If you want to write us, send us an email at BiPolarBits13@gmail.com If you would like us to respond to your letter with an episode leave a note and we will!
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Iceworld

British Antarctic Survey

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Welcome to Antarctica. What's it like living and working in one of the most extreme environments in the world? Recorded at Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula, the team talk extreme living, climate science, expeditions and becoming a community. From polar scientists to plumbers, these are interviews with ordinary people who are doing extraordinary jobs with British Antarctic Survey. Hosted and recorded by Nadia Frontier, marine biologist. A podcast from British Antarctic Surv ...
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Divine Union™ is a place that will invite you to deeply connect to life in all the ways: inner union with self, sacred union in relationship, and oneness with the cosmos. From the workplace to the bedroom, the mental to the spiritual, the dark to the light. We will cover topics like sexuality, how to build intimacy, masculine and feminine energies, kink, human relating, passion, polarity, spirituality, human psychology, and more. These conversations are aimed at helping you explore and unloc ...
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Reversing Polarity

Reversing Polarity

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Reversing Polarity is a queer Doctor Who fancast, watching classic episodes in a random order and explaining that Doctor Who has always been gay, actually. Episodes released every other Thursday.
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An ongoing series of long-form conversations with individuals at the forefront of exploration and adventure in which filmmaker Matt Pycroft speaks to the most knowledgeable, accomplished and respected voices in the field. From mountaineers to wildlife cinematographers, environmental activists to polar photographers, The Adventure Podcast brings you up close and personal with those who live extraordinary lives. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-adventure-podcast. Hosted on Acas ...
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Wild 'Til 9

Lauren Riihimaki & Jeremy Lewis & Studio71

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What do you get when a DIY influencer dates an ex-frat-president tech mogul? Honestly we’re not really sure either, but we’re all about to find out together. Hosted by Lauren Riihimaki (LaurDIY) and boyfriend, Jeremy Lewis, Wild ’Til 9 is about relationships, spotting the red flags and giving the green lights, and the lifestyle in which this polar opposite couple found themselves. Things are about to get wild… but only until 9PM. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships ...
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Former president Donald Trump escapes an assassination attempt -- that's cast a shadow on the US political scene. How polarized is America? What's behind the rise in political violence there? And what are the implications? In this episode: Rachel Kleinfeld, Senior Fellow at Carnegie's Democracy, Conflict and Governance Program. Amy Koch, Republican…
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The Futuristic Polar Bears Back to Earth Radio Show is one of the hottest podcasts from the House Music World, serving up killer tunes and epic guest mixes from DJs all over the globe every week without fail! Subscribe, listen, and download now! 1. CAMELPHAT & NADIA ALI - ENDLESSLY 2. GIANLUCA VACCHI & NEVRMIND – ALL MY LOVE 3. VINTAGE CULTURE, MAV…
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Welcome to PolarizedPod! We are taking a trip back in time to old Hollywood where the studio system reigns and communists are working hard behind the scenes to kidnap famous movie stars for ransom. As we experience a day in the life of Eddie Mannix, we question the loose narrative, recognize the star power of the cast, and try to place it in the pa…
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The UN's top court rules Israel's decades-long occupation of Palestinian territories is unlawful. The International Court of Justice says it must end as rapidly as possible. But what's the impact of this non-binding ruling? And will it change anything on the ground? In this episode: Wesam Ahmad, Head of the Center for Applied International Law at A…
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Chris and Rob discuss why #2 overall pick Alex Sarr doesn’t get the same kind of criticism as #55 overall pick Bronny James even as both players struggle in Summer League play, explain why the WNBA players’ union should be more appreciative of the massive media rights raise given to them by the NBA and debate whether Caitlin Clark is being selfish …
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Chris and Rob argue over whether or not Tiger Woods needs to retire and save himself the embarrassment of missing the cut at every single major tournament these days and debate whether Deion Sanders deserved a publicity bonus from the University of Colorado. Plus, FS1 NBA analyst Ric Bucher swings by to discuss Bronny James’ play thus far in the NB…
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Chris and Rob tell us if the LeBron James-Dwyane Wade-Chris Bosh ‘Heatles’ era was a disappointment and the Odd Couple Crew debates Southwest’ computer software strategy in this week’s edition of Shop Talk. Plus, Dallas Morning News Cowboys reporter Calvin Watkins swings by to discuss the ongoing contract negotiations involving Dak Prescott and Cee…
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Chris and Rob debate whether Caitlin Clark is being selfish for skipping out on the WNBA All-Star Game, argue over the Chicago Fire’s controversial decision to reimburse their fans if Lionel Messi misses their upcoming game in August, tell us if the injury risk from playing for Team USA is worth it for Kevin Durant and take a trip out to Shekel Cit…
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Send us a Text Message. In this second of three episodes about a culture war simmering in Middletown, Ohio, we learn how Superintendent Styles responds to allegations of racism and violations of students’ rights because of health mandates. Hint: He didn’t fight back. Instead, he listened to his critics. He then asked for help from the community’s “…
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Send us a Text Message. In the final episode of this series, several people reflect on the lessons learned from Middletown’s successful efforts to avoid a costly culture war and to unify around an inclusive vision of education that all of its students. In addition to Middletown’s community leaders who share their takeaways from this story, Amanda R…
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Send us a Text Message. This is the first of three episodes about the unusual steps school leaders in Middletown, Ohio took to defuse tensions over race issues and health policies. These tensions could have led to a full-blown culture war - the kind of knock-down, drag out clashes that have pitted educators, parents, and even students against one a…
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Days after being shot, Donald Trump becomes the Republican presidential nominee. His rival President Joe Biden is isolating with COVID-19. More senior Democrats are urging him to quit the election race. So, will he? And how critical a week has this been for both men? In this episode: John Neffinger, Former Communications Director of the Democratic …
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In the second episode of our new series The Far Reaches, our guest is Emma Linford. Emma is an outdoor professional with a number of different strings to her bow. She’s a mountain instructor, international mountain leader, outdoor education and is heavily involved in the Right To Roam movement in the UK, as well as the Stars Are For Everyone moveme…
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Chris and Rob explain why the WNBA players’ union should be more appreciative of the massive media rights raise given to them by the NBA, discuss Bronny James finally breaking out his slump at the NBA Summer League and tell us if Caleb Williams should have been willing to hold out of Chicago Bears training camp in order to ensure that the club can’…
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Chris and Rob discuss whether LeBron James or Tom Brady should be viewed as the greater athlete of the 21st century, tell us if individual sport athletes like Michael Phelps or Tiger Woods deserve more credit for their success than team athletes like LeBron or Brady and tell us how Russell Westbrook can help the Denver Nuggets. See omnystudio.com/l…
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Chris and Rob explain why the WNBA players’ union should be more appreciative of the massive media rights raise given to them by the NBA, discuss Bronny James finally breaking out his slump at the NBA Summer League and go head-to-head in a very special Russell Westbrook-themed edition of Teichert’s Tower of Trivia. See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
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Chris and Rob tell us if Caleb Williams should have been willing to hold out of Chicago Bears training camp in order to ensure that the club can’t franchise tag him after his rookie deal expires and tell us if Paul Finebaum handled his viral exchange with Lane Kiffin correctly. Plus, The Athletic’s Sabreena Merchant swings by to discuss Caitlin Cla…
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Traci went camping for her first time in many years, Eric is still gettin back into it, meanwhile the girls, old pros. The weather was good until it wasn't but the weekend was amazing, we filled it with camping, a trip to Old World Wisconsin (Who knew this was here?!) and searching for anomonlies and amomolies on the way home (no dogman was spotted…
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Today's practice has a wide variety of strokes...something for everone! #variety #swimpractice #swimmingcoach #swimming #swimteam https://youtu.be/N1Kg2rJol5k Visit www.nlscak.coach for additional practice videos. #swimming #swimcoach #nlscak #nlscakpracticevideo #usaswimming #worldaquatics #alaskaswimming #swimfaster #thelegsfeedthebear @usaswimmi…
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The Summer Olympics, the world's biggest sporting event, opens in Paris next week. Russia is banned for its war in Ukraine, but not Israel for its war on Gaza. How big a role do politics and business play in the Games? And can the cost be justified? In this episode: Philip Barker, Editor of the 'Journal of Olympic History'. Elaine Cobbe, Veteran jo…
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On this week’s edition of Inside the (Rob) Parker, Rob discusses why it would be great for baseball if Aaron Judge and Shohei Ohtani win the AL and NL MVPs this season, the likelihood that we'll ever see another father-son duo in the Majors at the same time again and why he's feeling good about his decision to fade the Arizona Diamondbacks and the …
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SPONSORS: -Sign up for a $1 per month trial period at https://shopify.com/nottoday , all lowercase Welcome back to another episode of Not Today, Pal. This week, Rob and Jamie start off praising the pre-check security line at the airport, before getting into a Memory and a new game featuring the box office returns of major Hollywood celebrities. Rob…
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When Afar editorial director Sarika Bansal was 22, she moved to Mumbai. As you’ll hear in her Travel Tale this week, she grew up in New York and visited India (where her parents were born) frequently. Yet the visits often felt cloistered. But many years later in Mumbai, she didn’t have to worry about meeting family expectations, and she was free to…
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Chris Broussard and Rob Parker discuss whether or not Shohei Ohtani should resume pitching after this season. NBA Champion Eddie House discuss Team USA controversy and Alex Sarr struggling in Summer League. Plus, Nick Sirianni should be on the hot seat! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Chris Broussard and Rob Parker discuss why Alex Sarr is not getting the same level of criticism as Bronny James amidst his Summer League struggles. Is Josh Allen actually overrated? Plus, it's the latest edition of Foul or Fair with JR Gamble? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Fox Sports Radio - iHeartRadio
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We have a progression of 100's of Free. Each set of hundreds increases in intensity. FAST FREE is the Answer! #theanswer #swimming #swimcoach #swimteam #swimworkout https://youtu.be/4LaV7jAwDnI Visit www.nlscak.coach for additional practice videos. #swimming #swimcoach #nlscak #nlscakpracticevideo #usaswimming #worldaquatics #alaskaswimming #swimfa…
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The new UK government has set out its plans with a big focus on its ailing economy. On foreign policy, it wants better EU relations, while backing and arming Ukraine will continue. So, what can be expected from Keir Starmer's government? And what change on issues like the war on Gaza? In this episode: Lucy Fisher, Whitehall Editor at the Financial …
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How Our Brains Are Wired for Political Division We look into the phenomenon of ideological inferences with guest Carsten Sander. The discussion revolves around how individuals instinctively categorize others based on their behavior, hindering civil discourse and perpetuating polarization. Sander's research reveals the complexities of these inferenc…
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