Best Reconstructive podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery. JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery focuses on advances in reconstructive and aesthetic procedures to improve patients' quality of life, and encourages a deeper understanding of the basic sciences related to facial development and wound healing.
 
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Fullmetal Forever!
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We discuss, analyze, deconstruct, and reconstruct each episode of the series.
 
Fighting poverty with passion and professionalism for lasting results. http://www.worldbank.org/The World Bank is one of the world's largest sources of development assistance. Our mission is to fight poverty with passion and professionalism for lasting results.We are not a bank in the common sense; we aim to help people help themselves and their environment by sharing knowledge and providing financial and technical assistance. Conceived in 1944 to reconstruct war-torn Europe, we work in more ...
 
Theology For Your Ears
 
Here in 200-pages is the handy-dandy exposition of Christian Reconstruction that you’ve been waiting for. Without exception, every published criticism of Christian Reconstruction and theonomy has grossly distorted or even lied outright about what Christian Reconstructionists believe. This is even true of some of the chapters in Westminster Theological Seminary’s book, Theonomy: A Reformed Critique. North and DeMar write to set the record straight. North’s half of the book is entitle “God’s C ...
 
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If Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David could make a show about nothing… we figured we could make a Jewish podcast about everything. How does Judaism intersect with contemporary culture and illuminate how people live their lives? What are the trends defining the present and shaping the future? We don’t profess to have answers, just a host of questions, some profound, some rather idiosyncratic. Along the way we’ll learn about Judaism, the arts, politics, living a good life, and the interconnectedne ...
 
Lectures, Sermons, and Q&A sessions by R.J. Rushdoony, founder of the Chalcedon Foundation, and the Christian Reconstruction Reformation.
 
Every year in March, the True/False Film Fest celebrates the complex, surprising and hilarious world we share, and the documentary films that capture it. Now, we want to give you a taste of the Fest year round with the True/False podcast. Presented by KBIA. Hosted by Allison Coffelt.
 
What if you decided to live a healthier life and had access to leading health care subject matter experts? This podcast series will follow the personal journey of a few friends who are using their connections in the health care system to gain an insider’s perspective to better manage their personal health.
 
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Every year in March, the True/False Film Fest celebrates the complex, surprising and hilarious world we share, and the documentary films that capture it. Now, we want to give you a taste of the Fest year round with the True/False podcast. Presented by KBIA. Hosted by Allison Coffelt.
 
Veteran radio news guy Charlie Meyerson talks to interesting people. (Some episodes consist of historic raw audio.) Contact: Meyerson@gmail.com
 
jryanstewart uses Narro to create a podcast of articles transcribed to audio.
 
The official Podcast of Stoughton Hospital, an acute care hospital, fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations, licensed by the state of Wisconsin and a member of the Wisconsin Hospital Association and Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative.
 
Join The Gist of Freedom weekly live online discussion is a celebration of the African American experience—honoring all the people, past and present, black and white—who have determined to preserve history in literature, craftsmanship and artifact.
 
Produced by ReconstructingJudaism.org, home on the web of Reconstructing Judaism
 
Start Reconstructing Your Reality Through The Lens Of Warrior Women With A Purpose. You Are Not Broken. Trauma, stress and societal constructs have created neuro pathways and habitual patterns in your physiology that may be dysfunctional AND are adaptable, flexible and changeable. Each episode offers a warrior woman with her own unique story of how she triumphed over adversity, transformed her traumas and blazed a path for other women to get physically, emotionally and financially free. Led ...
 
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Damn Interesting
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The audio side of DamnInteresting.com: Legitimately intriguing true stories from history, science, and psychology. Audiobook-like narration with sound effects and music.
 
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BackStory
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BackStory is a weekly public podcast hosted by U.S. historians Ed Ayers, Brian Balogh, Nathan Connolly and Joanne Freeman. We're based in Charlottesville, Va. at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.Each week we take a topic that people are talking about and explore it through the lens of American history. Through stories, interviews, and conversation with our listeners, we make history engaging and fun.
 
Future Technologies Poised to Transform Our Lives For The Better are the focus of this podcast. Almost here means these technologies are Now Here, or Just Around The Corner. Listen to the latest future tech news & interviews, featuring Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, stem cells, regenerative medicine, Bitcoin, Blockchain & other cutting-edge stuff.
 
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1A is home to the national conversation. Joshua Johnson hosts with great guests and frames the best debate in ways to make you think, share and engage.
 
CBC Radio's Dr. Brian Goldman takes listeners through the swinging doors of hospitals and doctors' offices, behind the curtain where the gurney lies.
 
For American journalist and humorist Edgar Wilson Nye who wrote under the pen name Bill Nye in the late 19th century, facts are not to be presented in their newborn, bare state. They should be properly draped and embellished before they can be presented before the public. Hence, in the Comic History of the United States published in 1894, he gives his readers the facts. But in a bid to make the historical figures more human he describes them as “people who ate and possibly drank, people who ...
 
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FT News in Focus
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News features and analysis from Financial Times reporters around the world. FT News in Focus is produced by Fiona Symon.
 
Join students in college classrooms to hear lectures on topics ranging from the American Revolution to 9-11.
 
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Gravy
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Gravy is a podcast from the Southern Foodways Alliance that tells new and complicated stories about the changing American South.
 
“Theater of The Courtroom” is a podcast designed to help trial lawyers “bring the life back to the law” by making a positive connection with jurors so that they will be open to our arguments. It’s also designed to help tax professionals simplify “tax speak” so that it can easily be understood by a lay audience.
 
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Everyday Law
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Demystifying the Law for You and Your Family
 
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
 
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Intersections
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Economic recovery. Elections. Terrorism. Global poverty. Trade. Policy issues are complex and multi-faceted. Want more than the 30-second sound bite? Tune in to Intersections, a podcast from the Brookings Institution, where two experts delve into the varying angles of the complicated issues facing our nation and the world. Hosted by Adrianna Pita.
 
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The Bio Report
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The Bio Report podcast, hosted by veteran journalist Daniel Levine, focuses on the intersection of biotechnology with business, science, and policy.
 
Lauryn Evarts Bosstick is the entrepreneur & creator behind The Skinny Confidential, a blog, brand, podcast, and YouTube channel that reaches millions of women and men trying to live their best lives by sharing wellness, business, beauty, & lifestyle tips. Michael Bosstick is a serial entrepreneur and brand builder as well as the Co-Founder and CEO of the Dear Media Podcast Network. The dynamic couple are also married and in this show you will find a mix of audio entertainment with world cla ...
 
Interviews with Scholars of Intellectual History about their New Books
 
Answering your physical therapy, fitness, strength and conditioning, sports performance, baseball, business, and career advice
 
Project library of poetry, podcasts, arts n' crafts, community sparking, + wandering and wondering elsewhere
 
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The Korea File
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Interviews on music, history and society from across the Korean peninsula and around the world.
 
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Self To Society
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Insightful encouragement from a man willing to take risks & talk about it.
 
Find shows from Cultural Resource Management Archaeology to technology to anarchy to whatever. We cover it all in this feed.
 
We spin the best/worst of obscure records that corporate stations will not touch. Dig vinyl that hit LOW on the charts, or never hit the charts at all! Thrill to our vault of Garage, Rockabilly, Surf, Blues, Girl Groups, Psychedelic...
 
The Podcast behind the Science and Design of Virtual Reality and Spatial Computing. By combining our background in Cognitive Science and VR Research, we break down important Neuroscience to extract Design principles. Each week, we feature the companies, founders, and researchers that are shapers of this Immersive Tech Industry.Join our Discord community for Episode discussions, guest suggestions, and listener-only meetups!: https://discord.gg/rrgnxEk
 
Simply stated, religion matters. Religion matters not only for personal reasons, but also for social, economic, political, and military purposes. Unfortunately, studies suggest that religious knowledge and cultural literacy for any religious tradition is either in decline or is non-existent in the United States, despite being one of the most religiously diverse nation on earth. Today, religion is implicated in nearly every major national and international issue. The public arena is awash in ...
 
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Mixing Law & Art
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This is a podcast that covers legal topics from the perspective of an attorney with a diverse background in the arts who specializes in litigation, criminal defense, and tax law. I blend left brain thinking with right brain artistry to make complex tax concepts easier to understand so that you can sleep a little easier. Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/mike36/support
 
An affectionate and detailed look at the music of Elton John, by a fan - not a fanatic
 
The Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO) serves its readers as the single most credible, authoritative resource for disseminating significant clinical oncology research. Usually presented in conjunction with an original report and an editorial published on www.jco.org, the JCO podcasts enable readers to stay current on the latest research while placing the results into a clinically useful context.
 
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Acton Line
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Dedicated to the promotion of a free and virtuous society, Acton Line brings together writers, economists, religious leaders, and more to bridge the gap between good intentions and sound economics.
 
A bi-weekly dose of voiceover sermons for new and experienced voice actors hosted by Terry Daniel. NEXT LIVE SHOW: Thursday, February 28th at 8:00am CT.
 
Eighth grade history content recaps and general knowledge dropping from Fitz Intermediate school in Garden Grove Unified.
 
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The Winnow
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A podcast from The Post and Courier about dining in the southeast and beyond. Hosted by Hanna Raskin and Robert Moss.The show is released every Wednesday in conjunction with the food section. Unlike the printed page, though, it has theme music: To hear more from The Bluestone Ramblers, visit thebluestoneramblers.com.About the name: The Winnow reflects the show's primary objective, which is to focus on the stuff that really matters. But it's also a tribute to Charleston's history of rice prod ...
 
Each week, SE and a rotating cast of experts discuss and debate the most pressing foreign policy issues facing the US. From the crisis in Syria to North Korea's nuclear weapons and Russian election meddling, Weekend Warriors keeps listeners on top of the world.
 
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Rumor has it that Robert Mueller's big reveal on Russia might be just days away. One former acting FBI director says he can't rule out that the president is a Russian asset. President Trump says it's all lies. Meanwhile, Bernie's back. Putin warns the West. President Trump warns those who are still supporting Venezuela's old guard. And what's n ...…
 
What drives people to reject technology? Though American society has been driven by technological leaps forward, not everyone has come along for the ride. We explore the strain of technophobia in American society from Neo-Luddism to Sabbatarianism and the anti-technology terrorism of the Unabomber. About the image: Original Film Title: METROPOL ...…
 
Not a lot of doctors expect to work part-time while in the throes of a demanding medical school education. But more are choosing to do so after they graduate. It's estimated that 15 percent of Canadian doctors work part-time. Some do it because they want to, others need to, as a means of coping with stress that's inherent in the job This week, ...…
 
Joseph Smith, the nineteenth-century American prophet who founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, can, at times, be considered an elusive historical figure. There were many forces that drove this man, along with the thousands of individuals who followed him, to create a flourishing religious movement that not only influenced mi ...…
 
Adrian Bejan, J.A. Jones Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Duke University, delivers a thought-provoking analysis of the mechanics of life, energy, and the science of our natural world. Bejan is world renowned for his pioneering work in engineering and applied science. Specifically, his extensive research has delved deep into multiple area ...…
 
Valentine Thomas is a Canadian born lawyer who worked in finance in London for six year before quitting that career path and pursuing her new career path of Spearfishing. Yes, Spearfishing! She is now a professional free diving instructor, spear fisher, TEDx speaker, & soon to be published author. On this episode we discuss how to quit a career ...…
 
As an interested scientific mind, Kenneth Weiss has been fascinated by biology and genetic research through his long career in science. In this podcast, the Evan Pugh Professor Emeritus of Penn State’s biology department discusses genetics and variations. Dr. Weiss has spent years studying the effects of genetic variations and how they impact d ...…
 
There are approximately 10,000 known diseases affecting modern humans—about 7,000 of which are rare, and about 3,000 more which are common. Each and every one of us is susceptible to developing or contracting a disease at any point in our lives, and most of us will. And once we do, then what? Where will the resources be? The team at Genetic All ...…
 
Abacus Next is the only fully-integrated technology as a service solution provider on the market, and their cloud-based solution is helping a wide range of professionals manage and automate the complexities specific to their business in a compliant and secure way. They specialize in helping companies that work in highly regulated industries tha ...…
 
Gunther Witzany’s original area of expertise was the philosophy of language, which brought him into the world where philosophy and the sciences meet. After reading many biological papers and noticing that they used many of the same terms to describe the behavior of organisms, such as cell-cell communication, genetic code, translation, and encry ...…
 
With a family history of diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and a variety of other metabolic syndrome problems, Dr. Adam Nally tried to keep his calorie count low and exercise five to six days a week, but it wasn’t working: he was still 65 lbs overweight, his triglyceride levels were almost four times what they should be, he was prediabetic ...…
 
Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old girl from Sweden, has transformed the debate on climate with an uncompromising message: all efforts to halt global warming have failed and it’s time to act now. Leslie Hook spent a day with Greta in Stockholm and she tells Alec Russell about her impressions. Read Leslie's article here Contributors: John Murray Brow ...…
 
In his first feature film, “No data plan,” True/False alum Miko Revereza eschews a faceless off-screen narrator in favor of a voiceless, subtitled one, along with interviews of friends and family. “No data plan” reinvents the road trip movie as a film where the bulk of the action happens off-screen.By SebastianMartinez@newsy.com (Martinezs).
 
In his first feature film, “No data plan,” True/False alum Miko Revereza eschews a faceless off-screen narrator in favor of a voiceless, subtitled one, along with interviews of friends and family. “No data plan” reinvents the road trip movie as a film where the bulk of the action happens off-screen.By SebastianMartinez@newsy.com (Martinezs).
 
Too many Catholic priests have abused children without consequences. Now, over 100 Catholic bishops are meeting in Rome to discuss protecting children. But what will it take for change to come? Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.…
 
Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman arrived in India in the aftermath of a deadly attack on Indian paramilitary soldiers in Kashmir that raised fears of a military confrontation with Pakistan. Jyotsna Singh spoke to Amy Kazmin about the flare up, and the prince’s potential to act as a peacemaker. Contributors: John Murray Brown, production ed ...…
 
There was a time when scientists could spend their careers talking only to other scientists about their work, but that’s changed. Whether it’s the current funding climate, the need to understand complex scientific issues underlying public policy debates, or opportunities to fund translational work and commercialize important discoveries, scient ...…
 
At the FARM Café in Boone, North Carolina, diners can pay $10 for meal—or they can pay nothing. The restaurant, one of dozens of its kind, follows a pay-what-you-can model. Guests can dine regardless of their finances. It's an attempt to address food insecurity. While some have dismissed these restaurants as limited-scale, feel-good attempts to ...…
 
Chefs stage pop-up dinners to tell stories, many of them focused on identity. Whether's it's to highlight African American chefs, develop a platform for Indian American chefs in the South, or focus on Appalachia's food history, the dinners weave identity into the courses. For chefs, pop-up dinners are opportunities to network and build camarade ...…
 
In the United States, home cooked meals with the family are revered almost to the point of fetishization. Dinners are seen as moral imperatives for happy, healthy families. Women, in particular mothers, have been tasked with serving up meals rich with meaning. Yet, as authors Sarah Bowen, Joslyn Brenton, and Sinikka Elliott write in Pressure Co ...…
 
Legal moonshine—funny as that sounds—has exploded in the South. Instead of on creek banks, it's now produced in gleaming distilleries. But it's the same old stuff: strong, unaged liquor. To sell it, the story is just as important as the hooch. Family-owned distilleries mine their histories to stand out in a market crowded by hillbilly nostalgia ...…
 
Charlotte, North Carolina, has long been a banking town. These days, its dining scene is booming as well. As the city works to rebrand itself as a destination for food and drink, it has to choose which stories to tell in order to sell the place. In highlighting local, chef-driven restaurants, what is gained...and what's lost? Irina Zhorov repor ...…
 
On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about the effectiveness of different types of soft tissue manual therapy, why flexibility and skill aren't always correlated, and how ankle sprains can impact performance. The post Types of Soft Tissue Therapy, Flexibility and Skill, and Ankle Sprains appeared first on Mike Reinold.…
 
In the wake of Marie Kondo and her tidying-up mentality we started wondering about the archaeology of the future. Guest host Richie Cruz and host Chris Webster talk about the future in a tidied-up world. What will be left? How do we think about and interact with “things” as compared to our ancestors and ancient people around the world? Links Th ...…
 
Levina is the co-creator of A Sex Journal for Couples, a simple tool for extraordinary sex. After keeping a sex journal with her partner for a year, Levina made it her mission to create spaces and spark conversations that transform our relationship to sex and intimacy. We chat all about: How her partner and her partner kept a sex journal for a ...…
 
New York is the latest city to speak out against what it considers a discriminatory practice: chastising or punishing employees for the style of their hair. Hair and hairstyle are frequently a topic of tension, often with white authority figures policing the hair of people of color. When corporate culture conflicts with cultural or religious ex ...…
 
On this episode of Acton Line, research associate at the Acton Institute, Jordan Ballor, talks with best-selling author and leading political satirist, P.J. O'Rourke, about his newest book, "None of My Business." O'Rourke will be giving a talk at Acton's upcoming event in Chicago on March 7 and registration is still open. In the second segment, ...…
 
Jonathan Edwards is by now widely recognised as America’s most important early philosopher and theologian. Much of the scholarship that exegetes his work is content to see it as something innovative, and closely linked to the emerging contexts of enlightenment. But how much did Edwards also depend upon earlier European Reformed sources? In this ...…
 
Skepticism has a long history in the Western tradition, from Pyrrhonian Skepticism in the Hellenistic period to more contemporary forms of skepticism most often used as foils to theories of knowledge. The existence of skepticism in Indian Philosophy, however, has long been neglected in favor of dogmatic positions. In Three Pillars of Skepticism ...…
 
British digital bank Revolut has been caught in the middle of a political debate in Lithuania over the country’s recent push to challenge the UK as Europe’s financial technology hub. David Crow spoke to Nicholas Megaw about the fast growing company and why some politicians in Lithuania are sounding the alarm. Contributors: James Wilson, deputy ...…
 
When you think of a sporting event, what do you generally imagine? A roaring crowd, two teams lined up face to face, the electric energy of competition and... gigantic screens to watch video games? Welcome to esports. We explored the new world of competitive gaming and how it changes the meaning of 'get your head in the game.' Want to support 1 ...…
 
Would you recognize the earliest signs of heart problems? If those warning signs are present, is it too late to prevent heart disease? What should you expect if you go the Emergency Department with heart attack symptoms? In our latest TMI podcast, interventional cardiologist Matthew Jonovich, ND, answers the questions many of us have but are af ...…
 
Allison Gruber, PhD of the University of Indiana is our guest for this Mountain Land Running Medicine Podcast. Dr. Gruber is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology within the School of Public Health. She received her Master’s degree at East Carolina University and her PhD from University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research f ...…
 
Seven opposition Labour MPs, dissatisfied with the polarisation of politics around Brexit, have launched a political faction called the Independent Group. Siona Jenkins spoke to Henry Mance about whether the group can succeed in its aim of building a new politics in Britain. Contributors: Cat Rutter Pooley, FastFT reporter, Siona Jenkins, news ...…
 
Nathan Wilmot, associate R&D director, and Keith Wilson, strategic marketing manager, of Dow Industrial Solutions, discuss the launch of their new 3D printing product. They provide a wealth of information on the many ways 3D printing is revolutionizing product manufacturing, and they discuss in detail—additive manufacturing. Additive manufactur ...…
 
On today’s podcast Jessica hosts Dr. Adolfo Iván Batún-Alpuche (Maya) Professor and Investigator at the Universidad del Oriente, Valladolid, Yucatán, and Dr. Khristin Landry-Montes, Project Facilitator and Affiliated Researcher with InHerit: Indigenous Heritage Passed to Present at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Drs. Batún and L ...…
 
On this episode we sit down with Kopari Beauty co-founders Kiana Cabell & Gigi Goldman to discuss the secrets behind building a modern beauty brand. We dive into morning routines, the benefits of natural beauty products, how to set yourself up for a day of success & how to build a modern beauty brand in the digital age. To learn more about KOPA ...…
 
Christopher Barrett, PhD, is a distinguished professor and the executive director of the newly established Biocomplexity Institute & Initiative at the University of Virginia. Dr. Barrett talks about biocomplexity and the premise of his work. Dr. Barrett is an established interdisciplinary computational scientist. Over his illustrious 35-year ca ...…
 
James A. Shapiro, professor of microbiology with the department of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Chicago, provides an overview of how organisms adapt to change. Since 1973, Shapiro has been helping to shape the field of microbiology. In fact, he was a member of the initial team to successfully isolate a single gene fro ...…
 
Studies of Hindu saints tend to focus primarily on the saints themselves—their words, teachings, and practices—rather than tending to the often complex and complicated world of texts and traditions about those saints—which is how we have come to know them. Even when hagiographical writings are addressed, more often than not such writings are pr ...…
 
Kerri Hummingbird and I share some epic stories that are too funny to quote here and to epic to break into bullet points. When with life blindsides you with tragedy, trauma or illness, what should you do next? kerrihummingbird.com https://www.tahkole.com/ Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/227433631502174/…
 
This episode revels in the obscure, picking up the curios in the discography, studying them, and making an attempt at explaining them. Here are the early versions, the erroneous edits that never should have been heard, the remixes, the rough mixes and the acoustic mixes. The highlight of this episode, for me, is the mono mix of Hymn 2000, which ...…
 
What does it take to make a polyamorous relationship work? Is maintaining such a complex network of connections really worth it? Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
 
Hey everyone - friend of the APN, Alan Garfinkel and his California Rock Art Foundation have a great opportunity that I want to pass on to you. For just $62.50 (the APN is not being paid for this) you get a two-day trip in Ridgecrest, CA full of rock art, film screenings, and lectures on lots of rock art topics. Check out the link below and reg ...…
 
This year’s Munich security conference was marked by sharp disagreements between the US and its European allies on issues such as arms control, Syria and Iran. At the end of the conference, Michael Peel sat down with Guy Chazan, Berlin bureau chief and David Bond, defence and security editor, to discuss the state of the Atlantic Alliance. Contr ...…
 
Martin Buber is known as one of the 20th century's greatest Jewish scholars and thinkers, but he is less well known for his political theory and activism. In Martin Buber's Theopolitics (Indiana University Press, 2018), Samuel Hayim Brody demonstrates how Buber sees the bible as providing a blueprint for a state in which leadership ultimately b ...…
 
In comparison to most plants, cyanobacteria are simple and easy to work with—after all, they can be grown in glass tubes. However, there is a lot that is still unknown about them, and as such, they’re the focus of a great deal of research. Dr. Ben Long received his PhD in plant biology from La Trobe University in Australia where he spent time a ...…
 
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