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Best Richardson Institute podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Richardson Institute podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Richardson Institute is the oldest Peace Studies centre in the UK and was established in 1959 in the spirit of the Quaker scientist, Lewis Fry Richardson. The Richardson Institute is an interdisciplinary forum for research on peace and conflict based within the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University.Run by Dr Simon Mabon, the Institute has a number of podcasts available on this channel. The first is SEPADPod, part of SEPAD, the Sectarianism, Proxies and D ...
 
Brand Builder brings you the people, stories, and lessons learned from the most innovative brands in the world. Presented by SnackNation. Hosted by Sean Kelly, Jordan Cohen, and Jeff Murphy. Similar to How I Built This, The Dave Ramsey Show, and Seeking Wisdom by Drift.
 
Discussing intergenerational fairness in Australia this mini-series explores how we got to a housing, tax and transfer system that is so skewed against young Australians and what we can do about it. We all share boomerporn memes, indulge in the occasional rant about the boomer racket but do young Australians actually have anything to complain about? Are we just avocado eating, entitled millennials? Think Forward brings you a podcast series with of Australia’s foremost economists who think in ...
 
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As Executive Director Michael Roediger and Eric Brockman, the museums communications manager, explain, women with baller moves gave birth to the 100-year-old beauty at 456 Belmonte Park N.The men tell “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson about the socialite who dropped a cool $2 million for the museum’s current building, the director who se…
 
There's no getting around it, success in CPG requires this one thing: Repeat purchase. But how do you get someone not just to try your product, but to come back to you again and again? How do you build a brand that connects on a deep level, and is built for the long term? This week on Brand Builder we learn the key just might be in creating a "ripp…
 
There’s one question that emerging premium CPG brands need to ask themselves: Do you want to be a unicorn... or do you want to ride the skate ramp to success? If you’re a little confused, that’s ok. This will all make much more sense once you listen to this week’s featured interview with author and CPG expert Dr. James Richardson. Dr. Richardson is…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Cinzia Bianco, visiting fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations. Cinzia works on the Gulf and is the co-author of an important piece on Gulf Crises in International Affairs. On this episode Simon and Cinzia speak about differences in GCC states, the challenges of deploying academic research …
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Taif Alkhudary, researcher at the LSE Middle East Centre. Taif is the author of a fascinating and timely piece on the Iraq protests after the assassination of Qassim Soleimani. On this episode Simon and Taif talk about her piece, misunderstanding the protests, time spent in Baghdad in early 2020, the sp…
 
This week our guest is William Siff, the founder and Chief Formulator of Goldthread plant-based tonics. Goldthread make a line of plant-based tonics with flavors like Turmeric Radiance, Lavender Bliss, and Honey Rose. Their tonics are a brewed formulation of plants that give you the capacity to expand and evolve past our perceived limits, refreshin…
 
What innovation is coming in 2020 in myeloma research? Dr. Robert Orlowski of the the MD Anderson Cancer Center shares the insights learned from the recent American Society of Hematology meeting and highlights leading edge research expected in 2020. There is a stunning amount of development happening in myeloma - immunotherapies like CAR T, bi-spec…
 
Megan Stalter is not a nurse.This is probably a good thing given she doesn’t like the sight of blood and a series of chiropractor videos gave her wicked nightmares. The proud Daytonian, a Wayne High grad, told “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson how she studied everything from nursing to teaching before deciding to pursue her real dream: c…
 
From day one, Ryan Fortwendel wanted Minna sparkling tea to stand for something more. It’s evident in the name itself. The word Minna means “everyone,” and Ryan has spent the last few years creating a brand experience that lives up to this idea. It’s why he focuses so much on inclusivity and sustainability initiatives, and why he made philanthropic…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Francesco Cavatorta, Professor of Politics at the University of Laval, Quebec City, Canada. Francesco is the author and editor of a large number of books, articles and collections, including Salafism After the Arab Awakening (2016), Political Parties in the Arab World (2018) and much more.On this episod…
 
We all love success stories… and we’ve told a lot of those on this podcast. But what we haven’t done as much of is shine a light on a success story in the making. The story of EZER snacks is one of those. Parents of three, Brittany and Meguell Suell created EZER out of their desire to fuel their family with healthy, and nutrient rich snacks. They m…
 
All hell had just broken loose the last time McCall Vrydaghs appeared on the “What Had Happened Was” podcast with Amelia Robinson.This time around, McCall, WHIO’s chief meteorologist, and Kirstie Zontini, her co-host on the “Cloudy with the Chance of Podcast,” join Amelia for a crossover episode that could raise the barometric pressure. They touch …
 
As we look at the year ahead, the only certain thing is uncertainty. We know that despite the best of intentions, our best laid plans will face unforeseen changes, obstacles, and adversity. That's what makes this week's topic so relevant and important. We are talking about a subject that just might change your life - not to mention your business. W…
 
There's do denying it. Mushrooms are magical. There are mushrooms that can eat plastic, clean oil spills, and even survive irradiated environments like Chernobyl. Mushrooms and other fungi are some of the oldest life forms on the planet, and helped create the conditions for all subsequent plant and animal life on Earth. Then there are the superfood…
 
Dayton was hit square in the jaw over and over again in 2019, but no matter how hard the blow, the Gem City stood up together. Community members share stories of struggle, survival and strength in this special episode of the “What Had Happened Was" podcast. Dayton-area residents were invited to the Dayton Metro Library a few weeks ago to tell stori…
 
This is second episode of a two part series about Dayton's strength. The Gem City was hit square in the jaw over and over again in 2019, but no matter how hard the blow, the Gem City stood up together. Community members share stories of struggle, survival and strength in this special episode of the “What Had Happened Was" podcast. Dayton-area resid…
 
When we think about training for high performance, we usually think about training our bodies. We might even think about working our craft. But how often do we consider training our emotions? Not very often, right? Well, if we care about performance, that’s actually a huge mistake. That’s a big part of we explore in this episode with Dr. Glenn Fox.…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Thomas Fibiger, Associate Professor of Arab and Islamic Studies at Aarhus University. Thomas is the author of a range of articles on sectarianism and heritage in the Gulf and is a member of the erstwhile SWAR project. On this episode, Simon and Thomas talk about the importance of anthropology, the Pearl…
 
It’s the Monday after Thanksgiving, and if you’re anything like me, you’re thinking about one thing right now… Pizza. Ok, maybe I'm the only one. Before the holiday, I saw an incredible campaign by the folks at MOD Pizza. It’s their Spreading MODness initiative, a bold, anthemic vision statement in which they declare, “This is not a pizza place. Th…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Elizabeth Tsurkov, Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Research Fellow at the Forum for Regional Thinking and PhD student at Princeton. Elizabeth is the author of a number of pieces on Syria, including for Carnegie and the New York Review of Books. On this episode Simon and Elizabeth speak …
 
Trespassing and damaging property are crimes, but the punishment is rarely death. “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson and Dayton Daily News reporter Cornelius Frolik dive deep into one of the most controversial Dayton cases of 2019. Property owner Victor Santana was just indicted on murder charges for allegedly fatally shooting Javier Harr…
 
Evan Holod isn’t afraid to admit it. Michel et Augustin is hard to say. Holod is the CEO of Michel et Augustin U.S., and exactly how consumers might say their name is one of the first challenges he and the team encountered. “It’s something we spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about,” he told us. It’s not just Michel et Augustin - every Fr…
 
If you were only paying attention to the headlines, you’d be forgiven if you thought that the future of brick and mortar retail is a bleak one. But brick and mortar isn’t dead - far from it. In fact, with digital-first players like Amazon getting in the game, pop-ups popping up left and right, and 8-figure investments in places like The Beverly Cen…
 
Dion Green knows far too personally how hurtful 2019 has been to Dayton.The Northridge resident’s house was hit hard by the worst of the 15 Memorial Day tornadoes that rocked the Dayton area.Weeks later, Dion and his family took an even deeper blow when what started as a beautiful night in the Oregon District turned into a nightmare.Dion’s dad and …
 
When Saffron Road founder Adnan Durrani first started talking to investors about things like social entrepreneurship and multiple bottom lines, they looked at him “as if [he] had nine heads.” Thirty years ago, Adnan saw the emerging Millennial consumer as the future of CPG, even if the wider business community wasn't ready for a brand proposition t…
 
The twist and turns of Brooke Skylar Richardson’s trial are explored in this bonus episode of the "What Had Happened Was" podcast.Lauren Pack has covered some of the most talked about court cases in the Miami Valley.One of the biggest was that of former cheerleader Brooke Skylar Richardson.Richardson was on trial on charges she murdered her infant …
 
Many myeloma patients are elderly, with the average age of diagnosis being 68. If individuals are fit and active, they can typically receive the "standard of care" drugs such as stem cell transplant or triplet drug combinations. But many individuals may be frail or have other health conditions that would required doctors to adjust treatment accordi…
 
Spend a few minutes with the dynamic duo behind Owl's Brew, and a few things become apparent. First, the depth of the passion for what they do. Founders Jennie Ripps and Maria Littlefield are a testament to the idea that big things happen when vision meets drive. Another - the importance of discovering white space in the market. Add to that, the im…
 
Nylons aren’t just nylons.No sir. No ma’am.In the proper hands and when placed over a camera lens, they can transport an audience back to old Hollywood.At least that's what Ms. Demure hopes you think.What Had Happened Was host Amelia Robinson chats with Miss Demure, the outrageously unique and totally sincere host of DATV’s “Harper’s Bazzaroworld p…
 
A lot of brands looking to scale focus on optimizing and growing in the market they’re already in. But at a certain point, you’ve got to think bigger. In order to achieve scale, you have to break into new markets. And that’s what this week’s episode is all about. Alejandro Restrepo is the co-founder and COO of Ekoa, and he’s embarking on the ultima…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Stacey Philbrick Yadav, assistant professor of political science at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and chair of the department. Stacey is the author of Islamists and the State: Legitimacy and Institutions in Yemen and Lebanon (2013) along with a great number of articles on Yemen. On this episode, Sim…
 
How much does a cancer cell weigh? And why does it matter? As cancer cells die, they change their weight in a matter of hours. A new device called the Suspended Microchannel Resonator (SMR) is a new technology that can measure a small change in the weight of a single cancer cell. The SMR machine can detect this change and tell whether a cancer cell…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Luciano Zaccari, Research Assistant Professor in Gulf Politics at the Gulf Studies Centre, Qatar University, and also the Director of the Observatory of Political Elections in the Muslim and Arab World. Luciano is the author of a number of articles and op eds about Iran and elections across the Gulf. On…
 
This week on Brand Builder, we hear from Oliver Bogner, the CEO and founder of brandable. Brandable is a CPG platform focused on innovating, curating and creating brands that enable people to live their best lives. Think of it almost like an entertainment studio, but for better-for-you CPG brands. Oliver has a big, audacious vision for brandable: h…
 
As the old saying goes, everyone has a story. Some of those stories just happen to involve MURDER.Angie Hoschouer of Woodland Cemetery and Arboretum returns to the “What Had Happened Was” podcast to share shocking tales of Dayton murders pulled right from the Gem City’s distant past.Angie shares the tragic story behind the "Bessie Little Bridge," a…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Amanda Rizkallah, Assistant Professor of International Studies in Seaver College at Pepperdine University. Amanda is the author of a number of pieces looking at Beirut Medinati and power sharing in Lebanon. On this episode, Simon and Amanda talk about studying Lebanon, the legacy of the civil war, the n…
 
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