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Best Resident Youth podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Resident Youth podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Camp Adulthood is the Millennial art of living like a trash bag while still managing to pay for your own s**t and being interesting AF. Camp Adulthood is doing very big and scary things, like having a baby or buying a house or taking care of an ailing parent or starting a business, while still not being sure where your checkbook is (or even how to write a check). Camp Adulthood is Tinder and Facebook and Instagram, but also Encyclopedia Britannica and Oregon Trail and John Hughes movies. But ...
 
We are the Tasteless GentlemenWe are not merely four men voicing our opinions of the world and the idiots which comprise it. We are the voices of men the world over. Men who have traversed the battlefield of love and life and returned harder (insert infantile chuckle here), better, faster, and stronger. We are the balls of men who have long since consigned their own genitals to wives, fiances, and girlfriends. We are the jerks you love to hate... and love to love. Why? Because we are men wit ...
 
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Say Wow Session
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Fenix is one of EDM’s most promising rising talents. The Russian selector and producer began playing in Moscow in 2004, and since then has made history by becoming the first DJ to play in the Kremlin, while winning awards for his high-octane style and releasing a string of anthemic records.After cutting his teeth on the Russian club scene, his first major assault on the global scene was his 2007 collaboration with UK dance stars Supafly Inc., ‘I Believe’; a hit that has racked up over 100,00 ...
 
Joseph Z is an international prophetic voice that builds lives by the Word of God in the church, government and marketplace. He is the co-founder of the Kingdom Movement a parent organization to multiple platforms such as the Voice of God Conferences, the Kingdom youth conferences, True Beauty Women’s conferences, and Kingdom worship tours. Joseph and his wife, Heather, founded the nonprofit organization, Joseph Z Ministries, which emphasizes discipleship through media. Joseph and Heather al ...
 
A podcast exploring how to follow Jesus in the normal rhythms of life.
 
Joseph Z is an international prophetic voice that builds lives by the Word of God in the church, government and marketplace. He is the co-founder of the Kingdom Movement a parent organization to multiple platforms such as the Voice of God Conferences, the Kingdom youth conferences, True Beauty Women’s conferences, and Kingdom worship tours. Joseph and his wife, Heather, founded the nonprofit organization, Joseph Z Ministries, which emphasizes discipleship through media. Joseph and Heather al ...
 
The Shillz Da Realz Show formerly known as Money, Hoes & Clothes is a podcast series which covers topics such as crime in New York city in the early 80s and 90s, social politics, fashion, Hip-Hop culture and the economy just to name a few. The show is hosted by Shillz Da Realz, a former member of the infamous Brooklyn street gang the Lo-Lifes. Today Shillz Da Realz is a Creative Director in the fashion and tech industry and resides in Los Angeles, CA. He is currently working on a book chroni ...
 
A podcast about naturism for naturists (nudism and nudists to some people)
 
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Daybreak North
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Daybreak North connects, challenges and champions Northern British Columbia. Host Carolina de Ryk presents memorable interviews and original journalism from Prince George to Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and the Cariboo to the Peace and Fort Nelson.
 
Each month JAACAP highlights a selected article found within the pages of the Journal by providing a podcast interview with the author. Tune in regularly to this feature of JAACAP, where we strive for a relaxed 'fireside chat' atmosphere in which authors can share aspects of their science that we are less often privy to. Podcasts are typically 15 to 20 minutes in length.
 
What I Learned on Gilchrist Drive with John & Chris is a slice of life show or Life-Cast with nostalgic stories and hilarious talk. We also provide content on wellness, life hacks, food and current events with razor sharp sarcasm. Social commentary with razor sharp sarcasm. This is your go to podcast. The brand new, What I learned on Gilchrist Drive. Your hosts, John & Chris are failed radio talents and underachieving slackers who reside in a domicile that is not completely their own. Living ...
 
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Doorsteps
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Doorsteps: where people live, where neighborhoods connect, where conversations happen. Join Dr. Cody Price as he discusses housing in the state of Ohio and the challenges Ohioans face in the place they call home.The views and opinions expressed in Doorsteps are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily reflect those of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.
 
The Affordable Housing Podcast, brought to you by Eden Housing, is an audio exploration of the trends and challenges being faced by those who are committed to providing housing for low income families, seniors, and individuals with disabilities.
 
Welcome to the Orton Family Foundation’s Heart & Soul Talks. Heart & Soul Talks focuses on Orton’s resident-driven community planning and development method, Community Heart & Soul®. Our calls bring local leaders and national experts together, offering tools and inspiration for community leaders to go beyond “business as usual.” The Orton Family Foundation seeks to empower people to shape the future of their communities by improving local decision-making, creating a shared sense of belonging ...
 
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Email - info@ejazahamed.comResidencies are the benchmark of any DJ. And with Trilogy, and Pacha Ibiza Dubai to his credit, Ejaz is one of the best regarded DJs in the Middle East. The Pacha Ibiza Dubai residency is just the latest impressive career move of Ejaz, the Indian born, Dubai-based DJ and producer. Hailing from the southern region of India, his love of house, techno and all things electronic came from his formative youth, with back-street raves and influences like Sven Vath, John Di ...
 
William Librizzi is the founder and director of The Wellspring Counseling Center and the Wellspring Communications Group in Manasquan, New Jersey. He, along with his team of Christian counselors, assist individuals in the areas of emotional and spiritual growth. They work with their clients integrating the word of God with sound, psychological principals. Reverend Librizzi is a Licensed Professional Counselor within the state of New Jersey and an ordained minister. Prior to counseling full t ...
 
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Spotlight 19
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A podcast featuring Justin and Sajaa Tracy reviewing Representative John Faso's votes in Congress and other local and state issues affecting Congressional District 19. Each week, we will interview a new District 19 resident or candidate to address issues you care about!
 
With the rapid growth of tech companies, Mountain View, CA has become a thriving city in the heart of Silicon Valley. A common theme that emerges, from the newcomers all the way to the longtime residents, is an enthusiasm for this place. But there's so much more to this city than meets the eye. Through this podcast, we want to peel back the layers and give a voice to the diverse range of people who consider Mountain View their home. We hope their stories will inspire new connections and brid ...
 
A literary celebrity by the age of 25, Goethe was ennobled by the Duke of Saxe-Weimar, Carl August in 1782 after first taking up residence there in November 1775 following the success of his first novel, The Sorrows of Young Werther. He was an early participant in the Sturm und Drang literary movement. During his first ten years in Weimar, Goethe served as a member of the Duke's privy council, sat on the war and highway commissions, oversaw the reopening of silver mines in nearby Ilmenau, an ...
 
A world class globe-trotting DJ, a recording artist, a sought-after remix producer, and head of his own record label (Younan Music), Saeed Younan has excelled as a true artist in the global dance scene. Without showing complacency, Saeed Younan does not cease to amaze, always looking to astound.As a DJ, Saeed’s performances are renowned for his technical abilities and precision. He effortlessly weaves and morphs tracks together into a seamless blend of house and techno. Enhancing his music i ...
 
Tuesday 26 October 2010 saw a marathon event in the Faculty of English. Faculty members read all of Wordsworth's substantial poem "The Prelude" live and online. The entire reading took approximately ten hours.This reading is a deliberate sequel to our reading of Milton's great poem "Paradise Lost" (twelve hours long) in 2008, which was part of the celebrations for Milton's four-hundredth birthday.Wordsworth fought as a poet to break free from Milton's influence, and yet he chose to write his ...
 
Filth & Pleasure; A.K.A Paul ‘Geeza’ Robertson and Craig Paxton, are Perth based but hail from London and Edinburgh respectively. Championing a more groove-lead, upbeat house & techno sound, they are heavily influenced by the likes of Mark Knight, Enrico Sangiuliano, Solardo, Camelphat, Tuff London, PAX, Eli Brown, Sam Paganini, Victor Ruiz, Carl Cox, Jon Rundell and Matador to name a few.Having recently started up their own label – Filthy Beats Digital (https://www.facebook.com/filthybeatsd ...
 
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Shea and Maddie do a deep dive this episode on everything "woo woo", including Goop, the transformation economy, spirituality, cultural appropriation, Damien Echols, Ouija boards, crystals, essential oils, meditation, yoga, physics and mediums, tarot, psychedelics and astrology! Links to Things Discussed in this Episode:Transformation Economy ( ...…
 
The bold hitting drums and smooth walking bass lines describe this collection of 'Reprise' tracks on Younan Music. A collection of tunes that have crowded the dance floors and spread the rhythmic vibes throughout the venues. Sprinkle some vocal loops on top and that is what you will find on this hot 4 track EP.…
 
The bold hitting drums and smooth walking bass lines describe this collection of 'Reprise' tracks on Younan Music. A collection of tunes that have crowded the dance floors and spread the rhythmic vibes throughout the venues. Sprinkle some vocal loops on top and that is what you will find on this hot 4 track EP.…
 
The bold hitting drums and smooth walking bass lines describe this collection of 'Reprise' tracks on Younan Music. A collection of tunes that have crowded the dance floors and spread the rhythmic vibes throughout the venues. Sprinkle some vocal loops on top and that is what you will find on this hot 4 track EP.…
 
The bold hitting drums and smooth walking bass lines describe this collection of 'Reprise' tracks on Younan Music. A collection of tunes that have crowded the dance floors and spread the rhythmic vibes throughout the venues. Sprinkle some vocal loops on top and that is what you will find on this hot 4 track EP.…
 
Dawson Creek mayor Dale Bumstead says a pair of elves have been stocking a Christmas tree outside his house with candy canes, and it's drawing children, seniors and truckers alike to his front yard. He speaks with the CBC's Andrew Kurjata.
 
More ocean views are among the promises in the city of Prince Rupert's "Redesign Rupert" project. The CBC's Matt Allen speaks to residents about the plan.
 
Every year, nature lovers across North America head out for the annual Christmas bird count-- and new technology is making it easier for researchers to use their information to better understand how to manage the environment to protect migratory species. Carolina de Ryk speaks to Prince George Christmas bird count leader Cathy Antoniazzi and Te ...…
 
The connection between strokes and 90-minute naps; Todd Doherty reacts to outgoing Conservative party leader Andrew Scheer's departure; heading to Blue River to check in with a heli-skiing operation half a century old; more from Heather Scoffield on Andrew Scheer's future; how to handle all the stress that comes with holiday travelling; party o ...…
 
There is frustration and anger over the sentencing of former Burns Lake mayor Luke Strimbold to two years less a day for four sex crimes against youth. Councillor Charlie Rensby grew up alongside Strimbold and said the sentence doesn't reflect the seriousness of the crimes. Pyschologist Dr. Karl Hanson discusses how the criminal justice system ...…
 
For the past year, Prince George police have been putting out bait packages supplied by Amazon in an effort to catch would-be thieves. Const. Brent Benbow speaks with CBC's Betsy Trumpener about the Canadian first.
 
The B.C. government is adding sulphur dioxide alerts to its air monitoring in Kitimat in response to residents worried about the impact the Rio Tinto aluminium smelter is having on their health.
 
Parliamentary opposition parties vote to set up a new China committee to drive policy at a crucial time when two Canadians languish in Chinese jails; technology columnist Manjula Selvarajah looks at a growing side-hustle of sharing your personal data for profit; we head to Fort St. James to learn about the best ways to recycle your holiday wrap ...…
 
When a trip to Prince George was a Price is Right prize earlier this year, some residents reacted with skepticism. But local businesses are banding together to make sure it's a prize worth winning.
 
Canada signs a revised NAFTA deal. More about what the new trade pact will mean for Canadians; Karchut on Cars and event data recorders, a sort of black box, for your car; ever drop your phone on your face? We'll hear about results of a new study looking at cell-phone related injuries; When a Price is Right contestant won a trip for two to Prin ...…
 
Sandspit residents are concerned they may soon lose their community hub. The federal government has not renewed the village's lease on the Sandspit Inn, which is only place residents have to gather and meet. Carolina de Ryk speaks with Sandspit Community Society director Heron Wier.
 
Sports psychologist Saul Miller speaks with Carolina de Ryk.
 
Racism in Canada; The agenda for Canada's next Parliament; Winter driving; Volcano risks in British Columbia; Holiday scams; Kids rescue bear cubs; How the Haida language handles preferred pronouns; Listener reaction to Luke Strimbold sentence.
 
Preferred pronouns may be a hot topic in the English language right now, but a university student working with her grandmother to preserve her language discovered Haida already has a built-in solution for self-identification. Yahl Naaw speaks with Carolina de Ryk.
 
A fatal eruption in New Zealand serves as a reminder volcanoes pose to our safety. Carolina de Ryk speaks with volcanology researcher Glyn Williams-Jones of Simon Fraser University.
 
On this episode of The Tasteless Gentlemen Show the boys talk about very uncomfortable stories where we feel guilty about our behavior. Big oof. Big illegal. Eeek. *Comment on THIS VIDEO for the time stamping of the Top 20 Episode I'm going to make! Please!*We have over 500 people in Discord community. Come join us! There are also a bunch of ot ...…
 
CBC investigates faulty car engines; UK election; Wheelchair basketball; Toy advice; The joy of holiday shopping; Sports psychology in changing era of coaching; Bong cleaner; Pride in Prince George; Gift registries for Christmas.
 
Andrew Ho of the Northern Toybox in Dawson Creek takes Carolina de Ryk through some of the season's hottest toys.
 
Daniel Baylis attended a Pride parade in Prince George for the first time this year, and now he's penned an essay about what it meant to him. He speaks with Carolina de Ryk.
 
Shea and Maddie to a deep dive into Generation Z (aka the youths), discussing technology, the recession, 9/11, consumerism, radical inclusion, religion, activism, fiscal responsibility, entrepreneurship and eduction!Links to Things Discussed in the Episode:McKinsey Study: https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/consumer-packaged-goods/our-insights/ ...…
 
National plan to combat violence against women; Plus ones at the office Christmas party; No Safe Home update; Ron MacLean on inclusivity in hockey; Former Burns Lake mayor sentenced to two years less a day for sex crimes; Lifeguard shortage is a worldwide problem; Wet'suwet'en Carol; Food prices rising.…
 
Yesterday, we heard about a lifeguard shortage affecting pools in Northern B.C. Today, we find out that it's part of an international problem documented by Sean Healy of the B.C. Recreation and Parks Association. He speaks with Carolina de Ryk.
 
Hometown Hockey host Ron MacLean is in Prince Rupert this weekend, but first he speaks with Carolina de Ryk about some of the current scandals facing the sport and how he's still learning to create a more inclusive space for Canada's national pastime.
 
The Smithers Community Christmas Orchestra is debuting the Wit'suwet'in Carol, a translation of the Huron Carol into the language of the Wet'suwet'en Nation. Director Laura Hols-Wimbush and narrator Sarah Beaubien speak with Carolina de Ryk.
 
We explore a variety of issues with artist and academic Matthew Hamon. There are many types of photography: casual, artistic, erotic, pornographic, artistic, clinical, commercial, scientific, etc… What is the difference? Is nude photography pornography? Is the image of a nude child indecent? What is consent? What if people misuse your image? Wh ...…
 
Chief Priscilla Mueller speaks to Carolina de Ryk about a new project aimed at ending homelessness in her nation.
 
A former addict who racked up 235 encounters with RCMP in a single year hopes his story will serve as an example of using compassion to tackle crime and social problems facing cities throughout British Columbia. Daniel Roy and Captain Neil Wilkinson of the Salvation Army speak with Carolina de Ryk.
 
Vaping addiction; Tesla truck; Mammograms for women with dense breasts; CN Rail VP; Lifeguard shortage; Snow removal; Menstrual equity; Saik'uz Tiny Homes; Former drug addict on how compassion helped turned his life around.
 
From Smithers to Prince Rupert, pools are reducing their hours due to a shortage of lifeguards. David Geronazzo of Prince Rupert's Recreation Department speaks with Carolina de Ryk.
 
It's been seven years since four men were killed in two sawmills explosions in Northern B.C., and the survivors of those blasts are still being impacted.
 
Approximately 200 people packed Prince George city hall Dec. 2 for a special meeting on crime, addiction and homelessness in the city. The CBC's Andrew Kurjata shares some of the stories from the 4.5 hour session, including a surprise reveal from a former addict.
 
Peace River Regional District meets with province on caribou protection plan; Anticipation around Trudeau's Speech from the Throne; Mill explosion report; Classes for Parenting After Separation; International Day of Persons with Disabilities; Prince George outdoor ice oval opens; Frustration, compassion and redemption at Prince George council m ...…
 
Christina Draigen helped develop a "Parenting After Separation" course, and she speaks with Carolina de Ryk.
 
CBC story producer Cathy Brown introduces three British Columbians changing the way people think about what it means to live with a disability.
 
Dan Rose of the Peace River Regional District has finally met with provincial, federal and Indigenous leaders about a controversial caribou protection plan, but says he's still concerned about the impact on his region.
 
Getting more women into STEM in honour of the victims of École Polytechnique; Business column; The names of children who never came home from residential school released; Concern that salmon populations in B.C. will never recover; Cops and dodgeball; City of Prince George meeting on social issues and downtown; Terrace school district's Indigeno ...…
 
Students are back in class, but UNBC's faculty association is still without a contract and could put up picket lines again at anytime. UNBC President Daniel Weeks speaks with Carolina de Ryk about rebuilding trust.
 
On this episode Pastor Justin opens up the Proverbs and speaks to the important role that Fathers play in the discipleship of their kids.Music by Austin Charles Vallejo
 
Welcome to my world of colors! This trip you will never forget! #fenix #saywowrecords #saywowsessionBy FENIX
 
On this episode of The Tasteless Gentlemen Show Alex is away for family stuff so we brought in Schoeny to answer your questions from Discord. Best way to leave a relationship? Worst sexual experience? Near death or stupid things we've done? Biggest regrets in life? Difference between now and 10 years ago? If you could change one moment in your ...…
 
The departure of the 100-year-old Northern hardware store and some high-profile reports of crime and social issues have given downtown Prince George some bad headlines lately, but Downtown PG's Colleen Van Mook says there is still lots to celebrate, and hopes shoppers will support local businesses.
 
Remembering Northern Lights College's longest serving president; the highs and lows of seasonal work; Eli Glasner is back with his take on a murder mystery with an all star cast; more predators may have to be killed if caribou herds are going to recover in western Canada; Lheidli T'enneh holds first potlatch in 73 years; plaid Friday encouragin ...…
 
Cole Burton, a UBC forestry professor who leads a wildlife coexistence lab, speaks with Carolina de Ryk about what needs to be done to save the animals in western Canada.
 
The city of Dawson Creek plans to eliminate evening and weekend bus service, citing low ridership and the need to reduce their spending. But local transit user Raistlin van Spronsen says he's seen plenty of people riding on Saturdays, and he hopes to keep at least some weekend service.
 
Students at the University of Northern British Columbia have started spending the night in the school's faculty building as the faculty association strike passes the three week mark. Grad student Aaron Larsen says they have tents and hiking gear and are prepared to stay 'however long it takes.'
 
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