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Saturn Returns with Caggie

Saturn Returns Production

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Caggie and her guests explore the challenges and opportunities that come with change and our individual quest for authenticity. This podcast aims to bring calm and clarity during times of transition - underpinned by the astrological transit known as your Saturn Return. You are not alone.
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Jo Howarth created the Happiness Club over 10 years ago, with a message that with the right nurture, coaching and support we not only hold they keys to happiness in our own hands, but we can learn to thrive and become resilient in the face of whatever life throws at us. Check her out, and find out how you can become a member and even train to be one of her Happiness Coaches on https://thehappinessclub.co.uk/
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Welcome ecommerce enthusiasts, small business owners and entrepreneurs alike! Our podcast is here to inspire, motivate and encourage you along your business journey. In each episode you’ll hear from one of our incredible members as they share stories and chat through their ecommerce journey - from why they started, how they’re going, the highs & lows and everything in between. I Started a Business is hosted by CLIK Collective, the first co-working space built around the needs of an ecommerce ...
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ByrdBrain

Wayne Byrd

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ByrdBrain - noun - /ˈbərdˌbrān/ Definition 1: Someone who seems strange to the masses because of their uncommon perspectives. (A curious and intentional person). It's my greatest hope that the discussions we have on this show cause the kind of deep introspection and critical thought that lead to people living more intentional lives. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/byrdbrain/support
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Welcome to COR Conversations. My name is Caley Kukla and I’ve spent more than a decade supporting children and families with challenging behaviors. As a mom of two, I appreciate how overwhelming and exhausting parenthood can often be. So I’m taking all of my professional knowledge and experience and combining it with real life, not just theory, to change the dialogue around parenting. We’ll have powerful conversations and practical tools that will inspire you to get to the heart, or the COR ...
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Diaries of Social Data Research

Katherine A. Keith, Naitian Zhou, & Lucy Li

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Large-scale data has become a major component of research about human behavior and society. But how are interdisciplinary collaborations that use large-scale social data formed and maintained? What obstacles are encountered on the journey from idea conception to publication? In this podcast, we investigate these questions by probing the “research diaries” of scholars in computational social science and adjacent fields. We unmask the research process with the hope of normalizing the challenge ...
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Welcome to today's episode of Saturn Returns, where Caggie is reunited with our SR regular and favourite Kirsty Gallagher. Kirsty is a renowned moon mentor, Sunday Times best-selling author, soul guide, yoga teacher and all-around beacon of insight who has just released her latest book, "The Goddess Path." This 13-step book will take you on a journ…
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On this week’s episode of Democracy Dispatch, we welcome back to the podcast two statewide elected officials. Secretary of State Sarah Copeland Hanzas joins for a conversation reflecting on her first term in office including the challenges of responding to flooding and building new IT systems. She discusses the future of ranked choice voting in Ver…
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Anna Lapwood is a British organist, conductor, and broadcaster. Currently Director of Music at Pembroke College, Cambridge, Anna has a full schedule as both organist and conductor. We go in-depth in relation to some of the amazing instruments Anna has performed on, as well as a wide-ranging discussion on Anna’s career and the challenges of classica…
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Between Big Oil and toxic chemicals, it's time we clean up our act! Just as the Vermont House passes S.25, a bill that would ban PFAS and other harmful “forever” chemicals from a slew of items including cosmetics, cookware, apparel, artificial turf, children’s products, and personal care products, it felt like a great time to hear from a national p…
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In this week's episode of Saturn Returns, we delve into the fascinating world of mental health and neuroscience. I sit down with our esteemed guest, Dr. Caroline Leaf. Dr leaf is a communication pathologist and clinical neuroscientist specialising in psychoneurobiology who has written several books. Her passion is to help people see the power of th…
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Jim Sheridan is a hard keyboard player to quantify, as his career has been incredibly diverse. That said, it’s fair to say he’s a TV production expert from a musical viewpoint, and it’s given him some fascinating perspectives on composition, production and musicianship. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio player abo…
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In this episode of Saturn Returns, Caggie sits down with her friend, Manon Elise, who has been a loyal follower of the podcast since day one. Manon's journey to discovering the show mirrors her own transformative experience: while working as a lawyer and on the brink of marriage, she made the courageous decision at 29 to call off her engagement, sw…
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On this week’s episode of the Democracy Dispatch Podcast, I’m joined by our 2024 legislative intern, Cora Smith. We will have a conversation about her role and the interests that emerged while spending many hours reporting on committee discussions this year. Later, Cora takes the wheel as host for an interview with Kathy Beyer, Senior Vice Presiden…
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In this week's episode of Saturn Returns, we delve into the multifaceted journey of Sarah Ann Macklin, one of my dearest friends and a former fashion model turned acclaimed nutritionist who has worked within the industry for 10 years. She founded a Mental Health Organisation called the ‘Be Well Collective’ which predominantly began within the fashi…
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Luis Leyva from Vanderbilt University discusses his article, "Queer of Color Justice in Undergraduate Mathematics Education," published in the Notices of the American Mathematical Society, Volume 71. Article URL https://doi.org/10.1090/noti2875 Episode 1701 with Luis https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/mathed/episodes/2017-01-04T12_03_01-08_00 Other…
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David Ryshpan is a multifaceted Canadian musician whose talents extend to being a pianist, keyboardist, composer, arranger, and DJ. Born in Toronto. David has collaborated with a range of artists, including the likes of Vox Sambou, Jorge Ben Jor, and Trio Bruxo, showcasing his versatility across different musical landscapes. We go from Beijing to B…
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After a coffee date with a friend, Lor found herself intrigued by her friend's appearance, all thanks to a stunning set of eyelashes. This initial curiosity set Lor on a path to becoming the triple threat she is today, skillfully managing a beauty salon, online store, and accredited eyelash training program. In the episode, we sit down with Lor Nic…
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Dr Helen takes us on her mission to better understand the female form and women’s health. We discuss why there is such a huge misunderstanding when it comes to the female productive system and how she aims to make her knowledge accessible and translatable. Understanding menstrual cycles: We journey through the rhythmic and cyclical expressions of o…
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Kati Gallagher, Sustainable Communities Program Director at Vermont Natural Resources Council, and Catherine Dimitruk, executive director of Northwest Regional Planning Commission, join for a conversation about Act 250 reform and the proposed changes within H.687, a bill heading to the House floor this week. The two outline the bill's nexus with pl…
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Melissa Gallagher from the University of Houston (soon to be at U.S. Math Recovery Council) discusses the article, "Adaptive teaching in mathematics: A review of the literature," published in Educational Review, Volume 7. Co-authors: Parsons and Vaughn. Article URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00131911.2020.1722065 Math with Melissa…
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In this enlightening episode of Saturn Returns, Caggie welcomes Julia Cameron, the visionary author of "The Artist's Way," for a deep dive into the realms of creativity, sobriety, and spiritual awakening. Julia shares her transformative journey from battling addiction to discovering a prolific path of artistic expression and inner peace. From Addic…
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Senator Kesha Ram Hinsdale (D-Chittenden SE), chair of the Senate Committee on Economic Development, Housing, and General Affairs and Kristin Warner, Public Policy Manager at Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility discuss the roles of businesses in shaping policy, how businesses band together to stack a stand on climate protections, and the a…
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Mikey Rowe is keyboardist for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Rowe’s musical journey with Noel Gallagher extends beyond the High Flying Birds. He was also a part of Oasis and has an incredibly extensive session and recording career, which we discuss in some depth. And then there’s the train wreck story… A huge thanks to Mikey for his time! To l…
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In this episode, we dive into the intricacies of perfectionism, procrastination, and self-compassion with Abby Rawlinson, an integrative therapist based in East London. Abby specialises in working with Gen-X and Millennials, addressing issues such as anxiety, imposter syndrome, and low self-esteem. Understanding Perfectionism Abby shares her insigh…
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Join Caggie Dunlop in this transformative episode of Saturn Returns as she sits down with Ella Mills, the powerhouse behind Deliciously Ella.Ella Mills stands at the forefront of the vegan movement, turning her quest for health into a thriving empire. This episode takes us on a journey from Ella's early health struggles at 20, through her meteoric …
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With the legislature on break for Town Meeting Day, it seemed like the opportune time to sit down with Lauren Hierl, executive director, Vermont Conservation Voters, to discuss the policy priorities outlined in the 2024 Environmental Common Agenda and provide a progress report on each. We update you on the latest surrounding Act 250, climate resili…
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Mark Shusterman is the keyboardist for Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. We cover his journey with that outfit as well as his other projects and diverse musical history. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio player above, or: Video: watch the embedded video below or check it and previous episodes out on our YouTu…
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Nathalie Sinclair from Simon Fraser University in Canada discusses her article, "Knowing as remembering: Methodological experiments in embodied experiences of number," published in Digital Experiences in Mathematics Education. Article URL https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40751-023-00132-7 Nathalie's professional webpage https://www.sfu.ca…
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Democratic Burlington City Councilor Joan Shannon and Progressive State Representative Emma Mulvaney-Stanak, both vying to be Burlington’s next mayor, answer the same set of questions on Burlington’s existing climate efforts and their vision for the future. Senator Christopher Bray of Addison County talks about the advancement of S.213, the Flood S…
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In this captivating episode of Saturn Returns, Caggie explores the mysterious world of dreams with Charlie Morley, a renowned expert on lucid dreaming, sleep, and the impact of trauma on sleep. With 15 years of experience, authorship, and leading workshops and retreats under his belt, Charlie delves into the depths of our subconscious and the power…
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Jim Prime has been Deacon Blue’s keyboard player for decades, and that alone is a great reason to spend some serious time with him. Add in his other playing credits with other artists (John Martyn, Johnny Hallyday), his sense of humour and some of the best anecdotes we’ve heard, and you’ve got an interview for the ages. To listen / watch: Audio-onl…
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Ashley Moore and Conor Kennedy are the chiefs of staff for Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Baruth (D-Chittenden Central) and Speaker of the House Jill Krowinski (D-Burlington), respectively. The two provide a peek behind the podiums, if you will, sharing details of their roles, what led them to this work, how they spend their rare free time, and …
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In this compelling episode of Saturn Returns to kick off the season Caggie sits down with Bryony Gordon, a celebrated journalist, mental health advocate, author, and voice of resilience. Known for her influential work with The Telegraph and her book 'Mad Woman,' Bryony's narrative is one of authenticity, challenge, and triumph. Journey Through Addi…
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Damon McMahon is an Australian-based keyboard player and former musical instrument industry professional who has a fascinating history of playing and living in other countries, including China, Singapore and Japan. We cover Damon’s interesting history in music and also engage in some music industry chat. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the …
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Marcie Gallagher, an environmental advocate with VPIRG, joins the podcast to discuss Vermont’s beverage container law known more commonly as the Bottle Bill. We unpack the history of the 50-year-old law, its importance, and the attempts and complexities surrounding modernizing it for today’s economy and consumer trends. Representative Julia Andrews…
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Welcome back to a new Season of Saturn Returns! Today's episode is a personal narrative, a mosaic of my stories, reflections, and insights that celebrate the beauty of evolving, the art of living creatively, and the strength found in facing fears. I begin with the beginnings of the new year, detailing my journey of moving in with my boyfriend and t…
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Season 9 of Saturn Returns is almost here! It has become part of my mission to help those navigating the astrological transit that happens in your late twenties and early thirties. In this season, expect powerful and thought-provoking conversations exploring themes such as self-belief, success, dreamscapes, and creativity. This season will give you…
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In this digest episode we hear summaries from Kelly Demirjian, Joshua Pope, Loella Lapat, and Samuel Otten about the following articles: [01:00] Stephan, M., Register, J., Reinke, L., Robinson, C., Pugalenthi, P., & Pugalee, D. (2021). People use math as a weapon: Critical mathematics consciousness in the time of COVID-19. Educational Studies in Ma…
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Senator Ginny Lyons (D-Chittenden SE) and Representative Esme Cole (D-Hartford) are two trailblazing legislators on opposing ends of the age spectrum. They bridge wisdom and progress sharing their perspectives, their path to politics, experiences with ageism and misogyny, and priorities for the rest of this session. I also welcome back Representati…
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On the this week’s episode of the Democracy Dispatch Podcast, I have a conversation with Senator Rebecca White (D-Windsor) and Representative Gabrielle Stebbins (D-Burlington), co-chairs of the Climate Solutions Caucus. They share their environmental priorities for the session, how their caucus operates and moves policies forward, their personal th…
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Most of our guests are hard to pigeon-hole, but none moreso than Sarah Belle Reid. We delve into Sarah’s fascinating work in modular synthesis, composition and even take a few detours into academia and virtual reality. If you’ve ever thought about learning or jumping into modular synthesis, Sarah has some great guidance as well. To listen / watch: …
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Dams exist in almost every Vermont community. Some of us may pass them on our daily commute, some of us may live near them, use the reservoirs created by them, receive our electricity from them, or even have them on our properties. It’s not clear exactly how many dams are in Vermont, but according to recent reporting from VT Digger, experts believe…
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Aside from his founding role with The Greyboy Allstars and his recent tour with Roger Waters, Robert Walter has had an incredibly diverse career as a performer and composer. We cover it all as well as some great guidance for newer players and some great Desert Island Disc picks. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio p…
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This week we unveiled the 2024 Environmental Common Agenda, coalescing the priorities of a record 19 environmental organizations into one publication. We held a press conference in the state house with fellow advocates along with support from House and Senate leadership to give an overview of our collective priorities. Later that evening at a recep…
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Jamie Hilboldt has been the go-to keys man for a range of artists from The Funk Brothers to his current long-term gig with the iconic Gary Puckett & The Union Gap. We cover Jamie’s career and his approach to playing and performing songs that are ingrained into the fabric of popular music. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in t…
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We last dropped a special episode in July in response to the catastrophic flooding that ripped through much of Vermont. Representative Dan Noyes (D-Wolcott) and I walked the streets of Johnson last summer to assess clean up efforts and talk strategies for the future, and he joins the podcast to give an update on progress and how his communities are…
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Grant Larcom is one of the stellar stable of keyboard players with Postmodern Jukebox. We talk on his amazing ride with that outfit as well as his other projects and future plans. To listen / watch: Audio-only: click on the play button in the audio player above, or: Video: watch the embedded video below or... The post Grant Larcom, Postmodern Jukeb…
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Higinio Dominguez from Michigan State University discusses the article, "Young philosophers: Fifth-grade students animating the concept of space," published in ZDM Mathematics Education. Co-authors: Abreu and Peralta. Higinio's professional webpage https://education.msu.edu/people/dominguez-higinio/ List of episodes…
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Franz Nicolay plays piano, accordion and pretty much anything with keys for a wide range of projects including The Hold Steady and cabaret-punk orchestra World/Inferno Friendship Society as well as his own burgeoning solo career. We talk on all that in addition to his output as an author (see links below). This is one wide... The post Franz Nicolay…
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Happy Holidays, everyone! In this special episode of History N' Games, I (Meghan Sullivan) attempt to share 12 interesting facts about Hercules and his 12 labors in 12 minutes. Do I succeed? Noooo! I definitely go a bit overtime. BUT, it's still a fun-filled episode and I hope you enjoy it. ^___^ Support the show…
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In this bonus episode of Saturn Returns Caggie delves into the poignant moments that mark the closing of one chapter and the onset of another. As the year draws to a close, she shares intimate reflections on the bittersweet nature of life’s transitions. From the quiet grief of letting go to the exhilarating anticipation of the future. Listen in as …
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In this episode, we celebrate the 100th episode of the Keyboard Chronicles podcast. We discuss the behind-the-scenes process of producing a podcast and share our top five guests. other notable guests, discuss our favorite interviews, most popular audio and video episodes, and our bucket list guests. We also talk on our plans for 2024 and... The pos…
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