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Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
Thanks, man! You saw it and clicked on it. Feel good about yourself for doing that if you don't already. On this humble podcast humedian David J. Shafer rants, raves and rambles about things both big and small with a level of life normally reserved for the living. He tries to, among other things, get in touch with his more irrelevant side as he plans for world domination. If you subscribe to this podcast you can have some pizza.
 
The Conversation Lab is a weekly radio program that airs on CFRO FM in Vancouver and available on all podcasting platforms. Its focus is on giving community groups, non-profit organizations, and changemakers a voice to talk about those things that are most important to them. Learning how to build bridges into different communities seems critical as we explore the uneven development of colonialism and global capitalism in our community. These conversations are organized by Don Shafer who is a ...
 
The "Inside Quizzing" podcast is a weekly podcast from quizmasters Scott Peterson and Gryphon Shafer. Each week, these two will discuss quizzing topics, details about the memorization material on a typical quiz season schedule, and anything else they find interesting related to Bible quizzing.
 
Every week, we let you hear straight from the best consultants, operatives and candidates in the game, all for one reason: to help you win. You’ll learn something new every week as you listen to campaign professionals and successful candidates reveal the secrets that help them win. If you want to win your next election, this is a must-subscribe podcast!
 
Join hosts Scott Shafer and Marisa Lagos as they unpack the week in politics with a California perspective. Featuring interviews with reporters and other insiders involved in the craft of politics—including elected officials, candidates, pollsters, campaign managers, fundraisers, and other political players—Political Breakdown pulls back the curtain to offer an insider’s glimpse at how politics works today.
 
I'm here to help you fall asleep, one instruction manual at a time. Each episode features a full read through of the instructions of everyday products like toilets, typewriters, board games, with the occasional food package thrown in for good measure.
 
There’s nothing better than a book-to-screen adaptation. Except maybe dissecting the adaptation with your friends and debating whether or not it does the book justice! Enter The Adaptables, the podcast that dives into your favorite book-to-screen adaptations. Hosted by two binge-watching and book-loving besties, Abbe Wright (Senior Editor of Read it Forward) and Emma Shafer (Product Manager at Penguin Random House), this season is all about the Hulu adaptation of Little Fires Everywhere. Joi ...
 
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In association with Netflix, Crime + Investigation's brand new ten-part series I Am a Killer gives a fascinating and in-depth insight into the stories of prisoners on death row in America, awaiting their fate. In this podcast we hear from producers Tom Adams and Danny Tipping on what it was like to make this powerful true crime documentary series. Watch I Am a Killer from Tuesday 29th May at 9pm.
 
The ANDREA MITCHELL CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF DEMOCRACY aims not just to promote, but to understand, democracy. Global in its outlook, multifaceted in its purposes, the Mitchell Center seeks to contribute to the ongoing quest for democratic values, ideas, and institutions throughout the world. In THE ANDREA MITCHELL CENTER PODCAST, we interview scholars, journalists, and public thinkers grappling with the challenges facing our democracy. Many of the episodes are linked to our other programming ...
 
The Low Pressure Podcast, with host Mark Warner, is where you'll find conversations with the best skiers in the world as well as the interesting people and personalities in our skiing community. The LPP also brings you with us as we travel to ski destinations around the globe and gives you behind the scenes perspectives of the biggest events in skiing.
 
The Dallas Type is an interview and illustration series where I hope to celebrate the different personalities you’ll find in the Dallas creative community, and it's my attempt to see if there is anything to identify as a unifying element between all the creatives asked to participate. I’m featuring creatives, literally from A to Z. Check here for updates and/or sign up for the Dallas Type Tiny Letters.
 
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FREE SPEECH BATTLES Interviewer: RAFAEL KHACHATURIAN. Recent movements to reform society and address interpersonal behavior have placed eliminating violence at their center. As political theorist MATT SHAFER points out, however, the concept of “violence” has never had a stable meaning. In his discussion with Rafael Khachaturian, he describes how it…
 
In this episode the guest is you! We invited listeners to send in questions about wine collecting, winemaking, or all things Shafer – and you came through. Doug Shafer invited veteran broadcaster and wine enthusiast Spencer Christian to help navigate our way through all the queries and to add some of his own colorful thoughts and observations and w…
 
Meet Bailey. She is 23 years old, pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from SHSU, and is happily married to her husband, Caleb. In this interview, she talks about how her mental health journey and fitness journey affect each other. She has found that there is a mutual relationship between the two as she has grown older. The overall messag…
 
Robert Omoto sits with stand-up comedian Drew Shafer to talk about getting the vaccine, growing up in Reno super religious, being the head of the abstinence program, his brother passing away, meeting Colin Kaepernik, Robert's struggle with displaying emotion, cruises, being the good guy in every story, getting cut from a talent show in elementary s…
 
Atlanta-based Manchester Orchestra crafts cinematic, lush, long-form rock, with such detail about the characters, that it makes the stories even more believable on the songs from their latest record, The Million Masks of God. The band’s songwriting duo of Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, invokes the poem that inspired the album’s title, “Gold Leaves”…
 
Welcome to the May 2021 Ask Me Anything episode of Mindscape! These monthly excursions are funded by Patreon supporters (who are also the ones asking the questions). I take the large number of questions asked by Patreons, whittle them down to a more manageable size — based primarily on whether I have anything interesting to say about them, not whet…
 
We are on a tour of the core values of Charlotte Mason. These are the foundational principles that inform the way we view our children and why we teach them as we do. Last time we talked about the values of obedience and authority. We looked at how those two responsibilities are natural, necessary, and […] Respect: Core Values of Charlotte Mason or…
 
Join the coaches for the May edition of our coaches’ podcast Today they discuss their experiences with injuries, treatment, and recovery. They also share the struggles and obstacles that came through humbling experiences, along with the inspiration that helped them address the injuries and keep going. If you are interested in learning more about ou…
 
Syracuse defensive backs Andre Cisco, Trill Williams, and Ifeatu Melifonwu are now NFL players, and NFL scout Chris Landry from LandryFootball.com breaks it all down on The Juice on the Cuse podcast hosted by SNY.tv. TJO Editor in Chief Brad Bierman then calls into chat about the 2021 NCAA Tournament in lacrosse.…
 
Gryphon and Scott discuss various theories, philosophies, and anecdotal experiences around optimizing practice and preparation for International-meet-bound Quizzing teams. The dynamic duo discuss things to do in practice and theories about what to focus on and what to ignore. There's a deep dive on syllable/jump speed targeting and training along w…
 
As a performer, Robert Randolph is nothing like the guys who play pedal steel in country music. He sets off pedal steel fireworks with his gospel-rooted soul-funk; he'll dance around the instrument, wrestle it, push it off its four legs, moved by the spirit - an ecstatic spectacle. Randolph, on his 2017 record Got Soul, continues to take the pedal …
 
“A way that math can make the world a better place is by making it a more interesting place to be a conscious being.” So says mathematician Emily Riehl near the start of this episode, and it’s a good summary of what’s to come. Emily works in realms of topology and category theory that are far away from practical applications, or even to some non-pr…
 
I’m Spencer Hall filling in for Don Shafer at the conversation lab. In 2011, Daniel Kingsbury and his band founded an organization called The Jellyfish Project, an organization that harnessed the power of live music to inspire kids to address climate change. This week his mother, Bronia Kingsbury and Naomi Fleschhut, executive director, join us to …
 
Scott and Marisa discuss the growing spectacle of the recall campaign, including John Cox stumping with a live bear and Caitlyn Jenner's interview on Fox News. Then, former California Air Resources Board chair Mary Nichols joins to discuss how she arrived in California, working for Jerry Brown and Arnold Schwarzenegger, how Joe Biden has followed C…
 
Since 2009, the Ecuadorian-American singer and songwriter Roberto Lange has been making records under the name Helado Negro (that’s “black ice cream” in Spanish.) His music has been literally bilingual, in the sense that he sings in both Spanish and English, but it’s also been metaphorically bilingual, with its mix of art and pop. 2016's Helado Neg…
 
A 35-year veteran of the fragrance industry, Théo Spilka has held executive positions in New York, Geneva and Paris, and has called Firmenich, largest privately-owned perfume and taste business in its industry, his home for the last 29 years, where he is Global Vice President, Strategic Licensing and Business Development. In recent years, Théo iden…
 
Meet Garrett. He is 25 years old and is currently pursuing a Master’s at A&M in Agricultural Development. Garrett has travelled all over the world and has a diverse history in fitness and sports. His health journey began in his childhood. He started out with wrestling alongside his twin brother, and also got into cross country during high school--b…
 
Robert Omoto talks with stand-up comedian Emma Haney to talk about everything random from messing with people for our own personal entertainment, creating a fake comedy show which branches out to a tourism attraction panning for gold in Coloma, Chevy trucks, imagine what the Costco Kirkland brand CEO is like, vaccine etiquette, and how we take our …
 
Dark and light constantly fuse, diverge, and unite in Brooklyn violin-piano duo, Gracie and Rachel. Their 2015 debut album Go, begins with a single haunting note. Pizzicato violin from Rachel Ruggles and Gracie Coates' piano ebb and flow together in a rocking orchestral rhythm, while Gracie's milky vocals add a delicate layer of gothic pop on top. …
 
The world has gone through a tough time with the COVID-19 pandemic. Every catastrophic event is unique, but there are certain commonalities to how such crises play out in our modern interconnected world. Historian Niall Ferguson wrote a book from a couple of years ago, The Square and the Tower, that considered how an interplay between networks and …
 
Marisa and Scott recap the historic Bay Area presence at President Joe Biden's address to Congress on Wednesday night and KQED's Guy Marzorati joins to discuss the major milestone in the recall campaign against Governor Gavin Newsom. Then, new Orange County Supervisor Katrina Foley discusses her special election victory, coronavirus politics in the…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, staff speaker Colette Aikema interviews author Wilna van Beek about her book, When Gay Comes Home: Learning to Build Bridges. In their discussion, they ask provoking questions like: How many of us are ready to have conversations with our loved ones in the LGBTQ community and What has caused the gap bet…
 
Irish singer and songwriter Adrian Crowley is known for his often detailed but surreal storytelling, and for his rich baritone voice. Crowley says that his latest batch of songs “straddle the conscious and subconscious world and some are even psychedelic in my mind, but to me they are all at once true stories and born of another place.” Produced by…
 
Managing Principals of Buzz Beaute, a sales and marketing firm to accelerate brands, and co-authors of WHIP FIRE MONEY, Denise Dente and Jessica Quick explore how brands can increase their revenue and consumer awareness through global expansion, about Buzz Beaute's goal to help owner and entrepreneurs navigate the path to bring their brand to inter…
 
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