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Beyond the Industry 4.0, Internet of Things or Big Data buzzwords: these terms are standard in the discussion of how new technologies will change our daily life, particularly in the context of work. But, simply name dropping doesn't really help us to understand what and how exactly technology is changing in our world of work.
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Endémico y Nativo

Nelson Bautista y Marvin del Cid

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Todo lo relacionado al medio ambiente, cambio climático, biodiversidad de la República Dominicana y el mundo, desde la perspectiva de Nelson Bautista (Endémico) y Marvin del Cid (Nativo), habitantes de esta media isla, República Dominicana.
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Politics and society, in all their many facets, have rarely been as of crucial topics as they are now and re:publica 2017 will be looking at this thematic closer than ever. While civic tech is a natural thematic overlap for us, we will also be examining the interplay of technology and society on the day-to-day basis. Some of the success stories include increased awareness and defence of digital civil rights and the ongoing support from our and many other communities for refugees. However, wi ...
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Learn Spanish free with music-based Spanish lessons and conversations. The best way to learn Spanish and become fluent is through immersion in the culture. Learn to speak Spanish like a native speaker with real-life conversations in Latin American Spanish without boring grammar textbooks. Whether you're a Spanish beginner or intermediate Spanish learner, you'll learn Spanish quickly listening to this podcast. Learning Spanish for adults can be fun, so let us help you go from Spanish beginner ...
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Safeguarding Matters

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Safeguarding Matters is a podcast series hosted by the Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub where we discuss matters relating to safeguarding and Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment in the aid sector. We have conversations with thought leaders and practitioners who can offer insights that can help us all to better understand safeguarding and improve our practices.
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Jim Salveson rediscovers some of Indie Rock's most iconic albums with the people who helped make them the classic's they are. From Punk to Brit Pop from Rock to Madchester you'll hear the stories behind some of the greatest LPs to ever grace your record collection and be inspired to go back and listen to them again, right through to the hole in the middle.The interviews in this podcast were recorded for the XS Long Player series on XS Manchester. Where classic albums we're played in full. Yo ...
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Three Air Traffic Controllers and one Private Pilot from Dominican Republic talking about aviation topics. *The views expressed on this site are our own. We do not talk on behalf our employer or anything related.*
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Reimagining with Rayjon

Rayjon Share Care of Sarnia, Inc.

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International Cooperation in Haiti and the DR: Leaning into conversation with our Haitian and Dominican partners, and listening to their perspectives on urgent social justice issues, local solutions to sustainable development, human rights, and what a healthy partnership in international cooperation looks like. Join us as our guests share their lived experiences and insights into how we can, together, support lasting transformative and community-driven change. We’ll touch on themes of: anti- ...
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Latin Soundzz is a weekly musical journey across Latin America & The Caribbean. Join El Chuy & La Guerita as they play the best music, give you interesting facts and musical history all in one show. Hosted by two college friends and music lovers. Based in SF. You can listen to us live on Mondayzz at 10 A.M. (Pacific). Free online streaming at ksfsmedia.net/radio.
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Splash Stories -The 90's Music Scene. Legendary London Venue. Telling Tales. New story every 1st of the Month

London UK 90's music scene & Legendary London theatre venue celebfrates the stories of then and now of the artists and scenesters then and now ...always splash stories past and present day

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The Splash Stories podcast celebrates the 90's music scene and the influence of London’s infamous Splash Club venue which was to London what CBGB’s was to New York in 90’s UK. Splash Stories takes in the stories, the bands, the live shows and talks to the people on the scene, the fans, the journalists, the fashions and the wider entertainment industry. Backstage stories and interviews behind the shows at the Venue from- Oasis,Travis,Skunk Anansie, Placebo, Feeder, Moby, Weezer, Bush, Beck, T ...
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The Spot es un podcast de comedia en el cual hablamos de temas relevantes, preguntas y sucesos que le pasa al grupo contando con Invitado Especiales. Dale Play que este es tu Spot. Capitulo todos los Jueves 10 A.M The Spot is a comedy podcast in which we talk about relevant topics, questions and events that happen to the group. Every Thurdays a New Chapter 10 A.M
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Timor Agora

Timor Agora

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Radio Lorico Lian presents Timor Agora, the first ever Tetum podcast. Join us as we find answers to all questions related to current events and hot topics in Timor Leste from why we earn less than international consultants to what it is like to live with HIV to whether our government is really committed to stopping human trafficking. Radio Lorico Lian halo Timor Agora, primeru podcast iha Tetum. Mai hamutuk ho ami no buka resposta ba ami nia pergunta sira kona ba eventu, topiku no problema i ...
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Republica are back ! Ben Steadman & Diamond Dave caught up with Saffron on Splash Stories to talk past present and future. Saffron's a real gem and her love for life so infectious. Catch Republica on live dates and festivals in the coming months and Saffron on the Britpop Classical tour live with orchestra https://republicaofficial.bandcamp.com/alb…
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These days, guitarist Nigel Bennett is as much an entrepreneur as he is a punk rocker. I'll explain. Nigel's career began in the 70s when he was hired to join The Members who were mixing punk, pop and reggae in unique ways. They're probably best remembered by their 1982 hit "Working Girl". The band didn't last long and Nigel bummed around until he …
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Author Joel Selvin returns to the show to discuss his new book on one of the greatest and most complicated drummers in rock history, Jim Gordon. The list of songs made better by Jim's talent is endless - "Good Vibrations", "Rikki Don't Lose That Number", "Wichita Lineman", "Apache" and hundreds of others. He was also the drummer in Derek and the Do…
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The amazing Mike Scott returns to the podcast to go deep on the Waterboys' 1985 masterpiece This is the Sea. This benchmark album has been released in a massive 6-disc deluxe edition that includes almost 100 tracks, many of which have never been heard before, and a hardback book all of which tells the story of the album's creation. Mike takes us tr…
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Cult icon Josie Cotton joins us this week! Of course, her career exploded in the early 80s with the help of Valley Girl and the immortal "Johnny, Are You Queer?" but her time on major labels was short-lived. For almost 40 years she's built a career thriving as an indie artist and doing her own thing. Last year she released a strong new album called…
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In this episode, host Tamara Marie dives into the song “Las Caras Lindas” 🎶 by Ismael Rivera, a renowned salsa singer from Puerto Rico. Against the backdrop of Black History Month, we delve into the significance of Afro-Latino culture in Latin America, particularly Puerto Rico. Through dissecting the lyrics of the song and giving you a taste of the…
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Rich Travali is one of the most successful guests we've ever featured on the show. He began his career in the 80s at the Hit Factory in New York working with legends like Patti Smith, Sting and Paul Simon, who he was especially close to during the recording of The Rhythm of the Saints. In the 90s he formed a bond with Puff Daddy which led to a coup…
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Adalia Aborisade is not your typical expat. She left the US in 2016 and moved with her daughter and dog to Honduras. She has since settled in Mexico City, opting to retire to city life instead of white sand beaches. In our conversation, Adalia shares her experiences living abroad while Black, including: ✔️ what happened when she had to interact wit…
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Ian Lloyd has been at this longer than many of us have been alive. He first took off fronting Stories in the early 70s for three albums. The second one, About Us, featured the surprising #1 smash "Brother Louie". From there he went solo and released some excellent (and sadly out of print) power pop albums including the wonderful Goosebumps from 197…
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Do you ever get nervous when someone asks you a question in Spanish? Has your mind ever gone completely blank when you're trying to respond, even if you KNOW you know what you want to say? In this episode, you'll hear from Dani Dancing -- a Spanish learner like you who was able to shed her fear of speaking Spanish and get more comfortable having co…
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For this Book Club we welcome noted Australian author Jeff Apter to discuss his new book on Neil Finn, Don't Dream It's Over. Jeff has been a successful music writer for decades, contributing to Rolling Stone as penning books on AC/DC, Keith Urban, and the Bee Gees. Nick and I nerd out on our love for Neil, what he's like, how the band and his fami…
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News reports from Haiti aren’t good: political insecurity, gang terror, humanitarian crisis… What’s really happening? Why is it happening? Is there any good news? What are average Haitians to survive? To thrive? What path forward exists for Haiti to rise about the news headlines and claim her right to a better future? How can caring Canadians actua…
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It's another 90s classic on the turntable for this weeks XS Long Player as Jim chats to Saffron Sprackling about the debut, self-titled album from her band Repiblica. Despite looking back into the archives for this podcast and talking about some 90s classics like "Ready To Go" and "Drop Dead Gorgeous" (and how Saffron received a personal phone call…
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Splash Stories dived in at the deep end with Katie Puckrik - dancer, performer, broadcaster writer and so much more besides. She danced in the 80's with Royal Ballet Punk Michael Clark, on the Pet Shop Boys tour in '91, hit UK notoriety hosting Channel 4’s The Word in the 1990s , created and hosted the British television talk show Pyjama Party and …
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This week we welcome one of the greatest musicians alive, bassist Jah Wobble! Jah first rose to prominence in PIL alongside John Lydon on their first two groundbreaking albums. After he left he struggled for a few years before picking it back up with the Invaders of the Heart and playing with almost everyone. In this conversation we discuss artists…
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This episode is a short preview, a special bonus glimpse into our upcoming full-length episode, ‘Facts, Fiction and Forward to a Self-Made Haiti’. The full episode takes us deep in conversation with renowned author and scholar Dr. Myriam J. A. Chancy, beloved author, artist and poet Gabriel Osson, and Director of Rayjon Share Care in Haiti, Mr. Ren…
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Animotion's Bill Wadhams returns to the show to deep dive their excellent comeback album from 2017, Raise. I see this album as a perfect example of what legacy artists, especially ones from the 80s, are capable of doing in this day and age. It's an incredibly strong set of tunes that not enough people know about. Bill explains how the album came to…
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We go deep on excellent 90s British alternative rock with this week's twofer. First up is the iconic Saffron of Republica! The band is best known for (and still make a nice living from) "Ready To Go", which is saying a lot for a band that only managed a couple albums. They have recently come back together to make some new music including their late…
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Have you ever wondered how a casual text conversation looks in Spanish? Or maybe you've received a text from a Spanish-speaking friend and found yourself puzzled by some abbreviations or slang? ¡No te preocupes! (no worries!) In today's episode, we're uncovering 14 must-know phrases that will make you a natural at texting in Spanish. From casual gr…
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এই পডকাস্টটি হাইলাইট করে যে কীভাবে সংস্থার (CSO) অ্যাডভোকেসি কার্যক্রমে তরুণদের সম্পৃক্ত করা যায় এবং তাদের সুরক্ষা নিশ্চিত করা যায়। একজন সেক্টর বিশেষজ্ঞ সংস্থাগুলির সাথে তার কাজ করার অভিজ্ঞতার ভিত্তিতে কথা বলেন যে তরুণদের অ্যাডভোকেসি প্রোগ্রামে জড়িত করার চ্যালেঞ্জগুলি কী এবং SEAH (যৌন শোষণ, নির্যাতন এবং হয়রানি) থেকে তাদের রক্ষা করার জন্য সংস্থা…
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We're honored to welcome one of music's greatest living musicians, Budgie! In this sprawling conversation we cover all the bases - coming up in Liverpool with Big in Japan, joining The Slits for their revolutionary album Cut, and joining Siouxsie and the Banshees where he would stay until the bitter end in the mid-90s. He also married Siouxsie and …
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We're kicking off 2024 the way we often do by hearing from a legendary producer. This year we get to hear from the great Chris Kimsey! Chris was closely tied to the Stones for many years, producing albums like Some Girls, Undercover and Steel Wheels but his genius has impacted many other greats as well. In this conversation we cover artists big and…
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In this episode, host Tamara Marie is joined by Language Coaches Kesia Sosa and Jael Torrez. They reflect on the best movies, music, and surprises from the year 2023, and discuss plans and goals for the upcoming year. This episode is in Spanish. For the transcript with English translation, sign up to be a show supporter at https://www.learnspanishc…
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Do you struggle to stay consistent with learning Spanish each and every day and every week? Do you have times where you start studying, you make a little bit of progress and then you stop again and again? Or have you ever got a streak going on one of those apps and then you abandon it because one day came around, you completely forgot and then you …
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James Atkin shares his Splash Story ... EMF are number 1 with Hello People featuring Stephen Fry Hello People with its’ indie groove is a call to stand with tolerance against the hate-myths of immigration whilst putting a smile on people's faces. Why Stephen Fry? Unbelievable was on his ‘100years of the BBC’ happy mix (along with Dancing Queen and …
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It's a classic rock twofer this week! First up is Don Barnes of 38 Special. Next year the band will be celebrating 50 years and they're still as strong as ever. Their peak 80s period rivals anyone's with a bunch of hits that are still beloved. Don discusses the stories behind the songs, touring today, his lost solo album and much more. Then we get …
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Being part of a community can help support us in many aspects of life, and this also applies to reaching your goal of Spanish fluency. In this episode, you'll learn the five key benefits of being a member of a language learning community and how joining of a group of committed language learners can skyrocket your progress to Spanish fluency Listen …
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The pioneering story of the Veldt is a one of one. Twin black brothers from North Carolina in the 80s embrace the alternative rock coming from the UK and record their debut album in 1989 with Robin Guthrie of the Cocteau Twins producing! The album was shelved, but they did get a couple great albums out in the 90s (Afrodisiac is especially excellent…
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What type of language learner are you? The type of language learner you are will influence how quickly you reach Spanish fluency. I will help you improve your Spanish and accelerate your path to fluency by helping you identify your language learning type. Do you struggle to understand native Spanish speakers because they talk TOO fast? 😖 Then this …
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This week we welcome back two of our favorites - Maia Sharp and Garrison Starr. The girls (who are also friends) return to catch us up on what they're doing these days. Maia is producing Sarah & Shannon while Garrison has paired up again with Sean McConnell for their second release as My Sister, My Brother. They also get into the music industry's h…
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Isn't the race for best alternative rock bass player in history neck and neck between Derek Forbes and Peter Hook? Those two showed what making great music with a bass as practically the lead instrument could do. Anyone who has listened to those early Simple Minds albums knows that what makes them so special is Derek's incredible bass work. Unfortu…
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In this podcast Aklima Akter Milli, National Safeguarding Manager, British Council will speak on the engagement of young people in advocacy and influencing activities. The discussion will also reflect on the current practices that are available for ensuring a safer engagement and areas that require further attention.…
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This podcast is a radio interview with Dr. Eleanor Nwadinobi, Senior Adviser and National Sustainability lead at RSH (Resource and Support Hub) Nigeria Hub. She is explaining what the RSH is doing to prevent violence against girls as part of the "16 Days of Activism" campaign.By safeguardingsupporthub
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In this episode, we'll review the song El Jefe by Colombian artist Shakira in collaboration with Mexican group Fuerza Regida. Through the lyrics you'll learn Spanish phrases you can use in conversation to express things you want to do (and not do), frustrations, and your daily routine. I'll also share a Spanish translation hack that will add 50+ wo…
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This episode of the XS Long Player focus' on a cornerstone of the British Alternative Dance Movement... Jesus Jones' 'Doubt'. Mike Edwards joins Jim to talk about the boundary pushing album released on 21st January 1991. Mike talks about the bands concerns about trying to make a hit record, the geo-political inspiration behind some of the songs and…
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Manchester is known for all kinds of legendary bands emerging from the area. The Smiths, New Order, The Stone Roses, Oasis, Buzzcocks and tons more. The best of the 2000s has to be Doves. Beginning as the dance group Sub Sub, Doves went on to be one of the biggest and best bands the UK has brought the world, as five consistently great albums prove.…
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Learn how to use the future tense in Spanish with the salsa song Llorarás by Oscar D'Leon. We'll also review some common phrases in the future tense from the song lyrics, and an opportunity for how you can take your Spanish learning further. Do you struggle to understand native Spanish speakers because they talk TOO fast? 😖 Then this masterclass is…
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This week we welcome back our friend Kevin Armstrong to discuss his new memoir, Absolute Beginner. This wonderful book details how his unique career took flight, from forming great bands that never go anywhere, to joining forces with David Bowie and performing with him at Live Aid, and rocking alongside Iggy Pop for a decade. There are also stops w…
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Showman and hard rocking CJ Wildheart wears his heart on his sleeve . He talked to Splash Stories about writing SPLiT whilst on the move and loving the freedom of being in control. He talks punk rock roots and doing it for yourself. Track 1 Kick Down The Walls is a rally call to the youthful energy that sets the tone for what's to come . CJ is undo…
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The real story of Sly & the Family Stone needs to be told. Sly himself recently released a reportedly underwhelming memoir and there have been others over the years, but the true story of this revolutionary group is eroding too quickly. This week we welcome their legendary drummer (and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer) Greg Errico. Greg recounts just ho…
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Do you want to become conversationally fluent, but you still hesitate when you're asked basic questions in Spanish? In this episode, I'll share 5 questions you absolutely must know how to answer in Spanish. Listen to this episode before you have your next conversation with a Spanish-speaking friend! Do you struggle to understand native Spanish spea…
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I welcome author Jonathan Mael to the podcast, his new book ‘Harlem World - How Hip Hop’s Super Showdown Changed Music Forever’ is out now. Jonathan takes us back to a pivotal moment in the history of hip hop. The book chronicles the legendary rap battle between Cold Crush Bros and Fantastic Romantic Five, which took place at Harlem World Club in 1…
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This week we give thanks for another twofer with a couple of legends. First up is my brief chat with jazz icon Les McCann. This weekend Les is releasing a special box set for Record Store Day, Never a Dull Moment - Live From Coast to Coast 66-67. This gorgeous collection showcases his mastery of the piano in the Trio setting and is an incredible pi…
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Have you been feeling that your motivation is decreasing recently? Maybe you feel as if your study routine has turned completely upside down these days and that makes you feel... bored. There's nothing to worry about. It is totally normal to feel a little stressed out, a bit anxious or energyless in the situation we are all currently facing. But it…
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