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Politics, culture, and public policy from the left. Stay alive another week. w/ Beatrice Adler-Bolton, Artie Vierkant, Phil Rocco, Jules Gill-Peterson, and Abby Cartus. https://www.patreon.com/deathpanelpod
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Dog Parkology

As It Should Be Productions

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The importance of dog parks as public spaces is undervalued. This narrative series will explore the current dog park paradigm and suggest improvements. This will be accomplished by discovering how dog parks strengthen our relationships with our dogs, neighbors, and the natural world around us. This show is brought to you by As It Should Be Productions, the creators of the Dog Save The People and Dog Walk Meditation podcasts. The episodes are narrated by author Jenna Blum.
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Are We There Yet?

Central Florida Public Media

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There’s a lot going on up there. Join space reporter Brendan Byrne each week as he explores space exploration. From efforts to launch humans into deep space, to the probes exploring our solar system, "Are We There Yet?" brings you the latest in news from the space beat. Listen to interviews with astronauts, engineers and visionaries as humanity takes its next giant leap exploring our universe.
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Wavelength is the essential UV podcast, brought to you by the International Ultraviolet Association and IUVA-YP. Join us each episode as we break down world-wide news, technology trends, and professional development opportunities all around the use of ultraviolet light technologies for protecting public health and the environment.
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This podcast is a space for musicians to connect, share, and to laugh and cry in recognition of the struggles, joys, challenges, and delights that come with being a full time musician. It's also a space and an invitation for others to see inside my mind as I navigate touring, song releases, practise, finances, music life in general - and putting myself out in the public space and being both judged and rewarded for it all at once. It grew out of my own loneliness at times, feeling misundersto ...
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Tufts University and Shareable.net present Cities@Tufts, a free series exploring community innovations in urban planning. The live discussions are moderated by professor Julian Agyeman and the podcast is hosted by Shareable's Tom Llewellyn. The sessions will focus on topics such as Environmental justice vs White Supremacy in the 21st century; Sacred Civics: What would it mean to build seven generation cities; Organizing for Food Sovereignty; From Spatializing Culture to Social Justice and Pu ...
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Félix Blume is a sound artist and sound engineer. His work is focused on listening, it invites us to live sonic experiences that enable a different perception of the surrounding. He uses sound as a basic material in sound pieces, videos, actions and installations. His process is often collaborative, working with communities, using public space as the context within which he explores and presents his works. He is interested in myths and their contemporary interpretation, in human dialogues bo ...
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CHES® Prep Podcast

Bree Hemingway, PhD, MPH, CHES

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The CHES® Prep Podcast was created for people preparing for the Certified Health Education Specialist Exam AKA the CHES® exam and to grow your public health career with ease. We know that the CHES® exam is not the only thing going in your life so we get straight to the point with actionable steps and trusted resources. Host Bree Hemingway, PhD, MPH, CHES has been in the public health space for over a decade, taught public health courses at various universities and mentored many public health ...
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Conversatio is sponsored by Belmont Abbey College and focuses on the way of formation and transformation so that each of us reflects God's image in an ever more palpable and transparent way. The goal of this podcast is to offer a unique perspective on popular topics in the public space and challenge, inform, and enlighten our listeners through these discussions.
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Public Space Travel

Public Space Travel

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Public Space Travel is a leftist anti-capitalist podcast of diverse disgruntled academics, video gamers, techies, and friends. Our belief is that knowledge should be made more accessible, co-created, and used for non-hierarchical revolutionary ends. We do academic stuff, sometimes we do gaming, but we are always political. @PublicSpacePod Co Hosts: Lazarus - @PSTLazarus Luci - @PSTLuci Hunty - @PSTHunty Lichen Mar(x) aka Shadow Producer Give us money? patreon.com/PublicSpaceTravel Leave us V ...
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Our Town Reno

Reynolds Media Lab

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With audio postcards from the streets, and inspiring interviews with community activists and heroes of Reno, we address issues of homelessness, the disappearance of public space, gentrification and the value of helping each other out from our base in Reno, Nevada. We do live reporting, micro storytelling and spoken word. As we face an affordable housing crisis, what happens to our most vulnerable? We also feature #keeprenorad musicians and artists. #Helpeachother is our motto.
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Let’s talk SPACE, and let’s keep it casual. Nothing too technical. Stories that inspire. As a former NASA Public Affairs Officer, let be serve as your guide. I’ll provide conversations that are both interesting and fun. Each weekly episode brings a new, fresh discussion on a variety of space topics & stories. The universe is pretty big, so there’s always something new to discover! Join me and find YOUR inner space geek on Casual Space!
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The IN SITU Podcast is a series of conversations bringing together the IN SITU community to discuss the realities, trends and challenges of art in public space at the European scale. The IN SITU podcast carries the voices of the IN SITU's project : (UN)COMMON SPACES, gathering 18 partners from 13 countries, 16 associate artists ad various associate citizens from 2020 to 2024. Each episode will gather associate artists, partners and associate citizens to tackle one of the 6 Narratives’ themes ...
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Moonwalk

Houston Public Media

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In 1969, we reached the moon. With each step on its surface, every year an astronaut orbits our planet and with every dream of the possibilities beyond – a new generation falls in love with space exploration. Fifty years after Apollo 11, today's NASA astronauts, voices from the Apollo Era and students from the Mars generation are brought together to share their journeys and to remember an unforgettable moment.
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With the business of space projected to be worth one trillion USD by 2030, there is no question that you could be a part of it. 'Your Business : In Space' is your invitation to join the leading minds shaping the space industry. Meet astronauts, engineers, artists, and space lawyers who are charting the course for what's now and what's next in space. Whether you're a student with your eyes on the stars, an entrepreneur ready to launch, a dedicated member of the workforce, a pioneering busines ...
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Exploring the biggest questions of our time with the help of the world's greatest thinkers. Host Manoush Zomorodi inspires us to learn more about the world, our communities, and most importantly, ourselves. Get more brainy miscellany with TED Radio Hour+. Your subscription supports the show and unlocks a sponsor-free feed. Learn more at plus.npr.org/ted
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The Public Space

Nonprofit Association of Oregon

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Welcome to The Public Space, where thought leaders share strategic ideas and solutions that spark positive change in civil society. Each conversation will offer tangible steps that nonprofit organizations, funders, supporters, and partners can take to better our communities. The Public Space is a podcast created by the Nonprofit Association of Oregon. NAO strives to connect, improve, and advance all nonprofits to help build a thriving and vital Oregon. Each month, NAO sits down with experts ...
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Hi From Space

Milkyway Public Radio Broadcast System

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The show where we learn a little something about this planet Earth. A few times a month the crew of the Oort Chop Express meet and record their personal findings and observances while experiencing and participating in Earthling life.
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NOVA | PBS

WGBH Science Unit

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NOVA brings you short audio stories from the world of science -- anything from hurricanes to mummies to neutrinos. For more science programming online and on air, visit NOVA's Web site at pbs.org/nova, or watch NOVA broadcasts Wednesday nights on PBS.
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Far beyond the frontier of civilized space, sails the starship the CSS Cavalier, manned by her strange and daring crew. Their destination? Adventure. Their cargo? Your dang ears. Their mission? Episodic science fiction comedy at the intersection of Star Trek, Douglas Adams, and the Marquis DeSade. From the same people who birthed unto you the blockbuster true-crime podcast Rude Tales of Magic comes a new and improvised sci-fi (science fiction) delight that has already been banned in most pub ...
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Welcome to the Agati Video Podcast, a space where Joe Agati, COO & Director of Design here at Agati Furniture, hosts conversations with designers, architects, and difference-makers to bring inspiration and education to your work. Catch the video version of each conversation on YouTube!
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Public Service Podcasting

Crayg Ward, James Brown and Nathan Stewart

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3 super-fans go(!) delving into the audio archives of Public Service Broadcasting. Join your hosts James Brown, Nathan Stewart, and Crayg Ward on a nerdy and insightful exploration of the band’s entire discography. Together they’ll dissect and celebrate the music of PSB; from the soaring riffs of ‘Spitfire’ to the Berlin beats of ‘Bright Magic’ (…and beyond). Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a casual listener, this podcast is your go-to destination for all things Public Service Broadcasting.
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The story of technological progress is one of drama and intrigue, sudden insight and plain hard work. Let’s explore technology’s spectacular failures and many magnificent success stories. This content is in service of Houston Public Media’s education mission and is sponsored by the University of Houston. It is not a product of our news team.
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Host Jeremy Goldberg, Worldwide Director of Critical Infrastructure at Microsoft, is on a journey to learn more about how infrastructure is being built around the world, by talking with public servants, philanthropist, artists and place-makers who have spent their lives working in the public interest. This is a series to help us build things and plan for the future while putting people first.
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The Digital PR Podcast is brought to you by public relations students at Kent State University. Join us as we talk about news and trends in the digital space and how it connects to the field of PR and communications.
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Grammy-nominated, award-winning artist, Monique McDonald, known to many as “The Magnetic Voice,” is breaking the mold of what it means to be a DIVA. She is the Founder and Director of The Magnetic Voice Group. The Magnetic Voice Group provides a safe space for performers, public speakers, ministers, and visionaries to explore and develop the power and unique colors of the human voice and charismatic communication. Through MasterMind, Master Classes, and private sessions, it provides a person ...
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St. Louis on the Air

St. Louis Public Radio

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St. Louis on the Air creates a unique space where guests and listeners can share ideas and opinions with respect and honesty. Whether exploring issues and challenges confronting our region, discussing the latest innovations in science and technology, taking a closer look at our history or talking with authors, artists and musicians, St. Louis on the Air brings you the stories of St. Louis and the people who live, work and create in our region.
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Kelly Cutrara

AM640 / Curiouscast

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Kelly Cutrara brings 20 years of national and international broadcasting experience to her show – not to mention a razor-sharp wit. Join us as Kelly guides you through amazing stories and interviews with fascinating people daily.
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NOVA brings you short video stories from the world of science, including excerpts from our television programs, video dispatches from producers and correspondents in the field, animations, and much more. For more science programming online and on air, visit NOVA's Web site at http://www.pbs.org/nova and watch NOVA broadcasts Wednesday nights on PBS. Please note that this feed requires QuickTime 7. Free upgrade available at apple.com/itunes.
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Beatrice speaks with Tracy Rosenthal about the pending Supreme Court ruling that could dramatically strip the rights of unhoused people in the US, how politicians frequently invoke a rhetoric of “care” to promote expansions of the carceral system, and how the laws at the center of this Supreme Court case are the same being used to police and sweep …
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Original broadcast date: July 23, 2021. How can we create public places that feel welcoming and safe for everyone? This hour, TED speakers examine our physical and digital spaces—how they run, who they serve, and how to make them better. Guests include community organizer Shari Davis, researcher Eli Pariser, Wikipedia Library founder Jake Orlowitz,…
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Today on the show, We’ll hear from best selling author CJ Box. He writes stories about wildlife and hunting culture in Wyoming and has thoughts on the recent wolf incident in Sublette County. Wyomingites need solutions for affordable rental housing, and fast. Cheap housing is growing scarce. Preserving posters printed more than 100 years ago can be…
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Kirkwood-raised musician David Sanborn died earlier this week after an extended battle with prostate cancer. He won six Grammy awards and sold millions of albums across a more than 50-year career. Known for his warm sound on alto saxophone, Sanborn won acclaim as a solo artist and as a collaborator with a long list of stars in the worlds of jazz, r…
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St. Louis’ juvenile justice system is supposed to rehabilitate youth but it often makes things worse. That’s the topic of a recently published article written by Taylor Tiamoyo Harris and commissioned by the River City Journalism Fund. Taylor is a St. Louis-based journalist and recently began a job as investigative fellow for the New York Times. Ha…
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The Minnesota Republican Party convention gets underway at the St. Paul RiverCentre, with the selection of national delegates and endorsement of a U.S. Senate candidate on the to-do list. Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to speak at the party’s annual Lincoln-Reagan fundraising dinner which will be held in association with the convention.…
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Civil rights attorney and former South Carolina state lawmaker Bakari Sellers says national police reform is currently dead, but there is hope through voting to change the makeup of Congress. STLPR reporter Andrea Henderson recently spoke with Sellers when he was in St. Louis to talk about his new book, “The Moment: Thoughts on the Race Reckoning T…
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"Reduce, reuse, recycle." We've heard that for decades - but does it work? This hour, TED speakers reimagine the well-known slogan and reconsider how we think about what we consume and throw away. Guests include right-to-repair advocate Gay Gordon-Byrne, materials scientist Andrew Dent, technologist Jamie Beard and animal scientist Ermias Kebreab. …
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Patagonia made headlines in 2022 when its founders said company profits would go to fighting climate change. They followed a model pioneered in the U.S. by an Oregon produce distributor, and the approach is offering independent business owners a new way to preserve companies.By Oregon Public Broadcasting
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Portland Public Schools wants to renew a local tax that already helps pay for hundreds of teachers. Bend-La Pine wants to start a new levy that would offset substantial budget cuts. But in Salem-Keizer, option levies aren’t really an option at all.By Oregon Public Broadcasting
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A St. Louis judge on Tuesday will hear arguments as to why the 1991 murder conviction of Chris Dunn should be vacated. Dunn has spent more than 30 years in prison. Two witnesses who identified him as the killer have recanted and two St. Louis prosecutors, Kim Gardner and Gabe Gore, believe that he is innocent. After Gore announced earlier this spri…
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Kelly Cutrara is joined by the Food Professor Sylvain Charlebois, 640Toronto Crime Specialist Hank Idsinga, and Dr. Cliff Redford. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy AM640 / Curiouscast
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Professor Esther Charlesworth’s talk for the Boston Salon on May 1, 2024 focused on her nomadic design journey across the last three decades. In trying to move from just theorizing about disaster architecture to designing and delivering projects for at-risk communities globally, Esther started both Architects Without Frontiers (Australia) and ASF (…
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Beatrice and Jules speak with historian Jiya Pandya about how the Bhopal gas leak—often described as the worst industrial disaster in living memory—continues to be an unchecked crisis 40 years later, what it teaches us about how to respond to more recent crises, and how organizers here in the US can get in touch with Bhopal survivor activists who w…
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Rip Van Winkle (Tim Platt) is-what else?- dreaming, when he summoned by former foe Snoozebo (Joe Lepore) of the Cavalier to aid him in a dangerous quest to save the Dream Realm. And who shall Rip turn to in this dark hour? Why, Deremeth (Ali Fisher) and Clinton Bodycount (Branson Reese) are free! Join our Patreon now for tons more stuff, including …
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Most conversations about race and identity in the St. Louis region focus on Black and white residents, a binary that excludes one of the fastest growing populations in the area: the Asian and Asian American community. The Japanese American Citizens League - St. Louis and the St. Louis Pan Asian Collective have curated, “InVISIBLE: A Reclamation of …
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Nadia and Maya Turner grew up eating batches of their mom’s chocolate chip cookies and watching “Shark Tank.” The University City sisters founded Chocolate Girls’ Cookies in 2019, after perfecting the family’s cookie recipe. They share what makes a good chocolate chip cookie, their aspirations for their business, and how they feel about sour cream …
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There is far more wildlife living in our cities than many humans realize. Meet a couple University of Minnesota researchers studying urban foxes and coyotes! Links Twin Cities Coyote and Fox Project (TCCFP) Urban Coyotes | Minnesota DNR Mapping habitat use and disease of urban carnivores Living With The Coyotes Among Us | Streets.mn Attributions Ou…
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The St. Louis metropolitan area is showing troubling signs when it comes to population trends. There are fewer residents than in years past in St. Louis and St. Louis County, and the region isn’t keeping pace with other areas of the country where the population is growing. St. Louis University Professor Ness Sandoval and International Institute of …
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Brandon Karpf, Vice President of Programming at N2K Networks and a former cryptologist in the US Navy, shares his extensive knowledge of cybersecurity’s critical role in space operations. In this episode, Brandon explores the symbiotic relationship between cybersecurity and space, providing insights into how robust cyber strategies ensure the succe…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/104189586Beatrice, Artie, Phil and Abby discuss how, as of May 1st, hospitals in the US are no longer required to report covid hospitalization data to the federal government, the enormous information gap that leaves in an already opaque covid…
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As students across many college campuses express solidarity with Palestinians during the latest war in Gaza, the parallels to other student and youth-led protests are apparent — including in St. Louis. St. Louis University history professor and chair of African American Studies Chris Tinson discusses those parallels and how it’s natural students ar…
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Despite the exorbitant amount of money spent on health care in the U.S., its population is relatively unhealthy. Dr. Alexander Garza, the Chief Community Health Officer at SSM Health, believes that improving health outcomes in the St. Louis community starts well before patients walk through clinic or hospital doors. Alongside his colleague Karen Br…
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