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A Podcast of Mothers' stories of childbirth. Weekly interviews with mothers giving their first hand accounts of child birth in Australia. Designed to help educate and inform first time pregnant women, parents wanting to have better subsequent births and birth enthusiasts who love to hear and tell birth stories. An entertaining and heartfelt resource for pregnancy, labour and delivery and postpartum.
 
Welcome to the FelsTED Talks podcast series where we talk to various members of the community. We find out what have been the biggest impacts in their development as characters and how each has made a difference to the world around them. We hope these talks are inspirational for our pupils and to all who listen. We broadcast an episode every week throughout term-time.
 
Welcome to the KICPOD. Your weekly D&M on the stuff that matters. Hosted by Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw, founders of Keep it Cleaner, a health & wellness app that focuses on feeling your best, not looking a certain way. To learn more you can find them on Instagram at @keepitcleaner, @stephclairesmith and @laura.henshaw or visit their website at: www.keepitcleaner.com
 
How do you get good at strategy? Whether you’re into brand strategy, advertising strategy, digital strategy, social media strategy, or you just love doing strategy but you get frustrated at how people use the word, Sweathead will help you delve into the practices and minds of some of the world’s most wonderful strategists. We're in our fifth year and have surpassed 1,200,000 listens! Hit SUBSCRIBE, tell your friends, and leave a kind rating. Real-time action is @markpollard and @sweathead. Y ...
 
China’s rapid accumulation and projection of power on the world stage confronts the world’s democracies and open societies with serious challenges. Beyond the breathtaking modernization and enlargement of the People’s Liberation Army, and its increasingly aggressive and expansionist deployment in the Indo-Pacific region, there is the more subtle—but by no means benign— expansion of China’s “sharp power.”
 
Unlike most Australians, Harper and Lachie aren't very athletically gifted. Fortunately, though, they're quite good at admiring those who are. And talking. They're quite good at that too. That's why they talk to Australia's most fascinating sportspeople. Sometimes they get deep. Sometimes they don't. But, as their listeners can (probably) confirm, they're always a blast to listen to. Episodes every Monday until they interview the 25 millionth and final talented Australian athlete. See acast. ...
 
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Sophie Walker is no stranger to talking about everything motherhood - she's the founder of Australian Birth Stories, a hugely successful podcast with over 8.6 million downloads to date. It's also a hub for women to learn, feel part of a community and engage with one another. Rather than being the interviewer, this time she's sitting in the other se…
 
J F Penn is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of thrillers, dark fantasy, and crime. We are talking about Tomb Of Relics, her twelfth book in her best-selling Arkane series. The series has been likened to Dan Brown’s thrillers and it’s got all the popular themes: relics of power, international locations, and adventure with an edge o…
 
This week begins a new phase on Dirt Talk: Each Monday, we’ll be releasing episodes with new formats, new guests, and new stories! This week on Dirt Talk, the OG Dirt Talk crew (Aaron Witt and Alex Horton) is here with a Q+A. The guys chat about “hidden gem” locations in the Dirt World, book recommendations for young people in the industry, and “ch…
 
In September 2004, a search was launched for a missing 3 year old girl near Huntington Beach, California. The twist? The child had been missing since 1969. For 35 years, her father had been told it was a custody issue. But now, it was a murder investigation. This case is *disputed* Thank you to this week's sponsor! Apostrophe -- get $15 off your fi…
 
In this episode Madi shares her experience with PCOS which was diagnosed when she was seventeen. She was warned that she may have fertility issues so when she was 21 she conceived her baby girl, Flow. Living in rural Tasmania, she opted for independent midwifery care through Launceston Birth Centre, despite the two-hour drive from her hometown. Her…
 
In a brand new episode structure for KICPOD, today we've got a "catch up" style episode with Steph & Laura, which we will now be bringing you every single Monday! So to bring you up to speed, each Monday you'll hear Steph & Laura sharing the hilarious/interesting/unusual things that have happened in their lives, plus hearing stories from the KIC co…
 
In the episode, black belt Olga Lyashevska gives us a window into what Brazilians Jiu Jitsu was like 15 years ago in Europe, discusses her journey and the challenges she faces encouraging women and girls to try BJJ in Ireland. Originally recorded on January 1st, 2021 This is your chance to ask questions about techniques, culture, and life from one …
 
Our latest FelsTED Talks Global podcast guest is Yom Fox, Interim Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Director of Community and Global Partnerships and a member of the History Department Faculty at The Dalton School in New York City, where she is finishing her final term before moving to Georgetown Day School in Washington DC as Principal. Y…
 
Because September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, we’re featuring a few experts on the topic to share information and tools to help make the Dirt World a better place for all of us. Today, Michelle Walker, founding chairperson of the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention, is back on the Dirt Talk podcast for her second episod…
 
When Kate was seven months pregnant with her second son, her husband, Nathan, was injured while playing a game of football. Their whole world turned upside down when doctors informed them that he had fractured his C3 vertebrae and was a quadriplegic. Kate admits that she totally forgot about her pregnancy as soon as she learnt of Nathan’s accident …
 
Yesterday, there was a hearing on the motion to vacate the conviction of Adnan Syed, the subject of the first seasons of the podcasts Serial and Undisclosed. I sat down with some podcast friends to discuss Serial, its impact on us, and the motion to vacate. We had anticipated the hearing to be done by the time we recorded, but there was a motion to…
 
The wonderful Kath Ebbs is back on the KICPOD chatting all things travel and why it can actually be hard for some people, social media and the validation we tend to seek from it, acknowledging your own potential and your own achievements, and so much more. Steph & Laura also check in to see how Kath is doing since their last episode together, and a…
 
This Sweathead episode is a live workshop in front of a virtual audience of about 60 people. Working with the team at TEACH, we try to crack a strategy to get more people with bachelor's degrees to consider teaching STEM in high schools around the USA.You'll hear Jen Cooper (Senior Director of Content), Teresa Alexandru (Director of Growth Marketin…
 
You’d die for your best friend. But would you kill for her? That’s the question contemporary thriller author Cate Quinn poses in her latest book, Blood Sisters, an outback adventure that turns to nightmare for two American back packers when they are accused of a bizarre murder in Dead Tree Creek. Hi there, I’m your host Jenny Wheeler, and our guest…
 
This week, we’ve got Aaron, Alex, and frequent guest Eric Jumper talking about jobsite mistakes and the lessons learned (or not learned). Aaron shares a story from his time working on the railroad, and Eric realizes once he starts telling one mistake story how many others begin flooding his memory. We all make mistakes on the job, and it’s time we …
 
In today's episode of KICBUMP, a very raw and vulnerable Steph explains her recent Instagram post, where sleep deprivation and long work days led to a breakdown. Steph also addresses the guilt that comes with being a 'working mum', and why the term itself can be problematic. KIC UPDATE: Today we launch Dance Cardio with Kath Ebbs on the KIC app! Mo…
 
In this episode I interview Paige, a midwife and mother who takes us through her two pregnancy and birth experiences. Her first baby was diagnosed with oligohydramnios (low amniotic fluid) at 41 weeks and Paige was induced the next day. After a few hours of labour a code green emergency caesarean was called and despite knowing what was going to hap…
 
This week, we catch up with rising star, Sophie Sharp, for a fun-filled conversation where she shares her dreams and offers some valuable advice for kids and adults alike. The future top-level black belts are the children and young adults training now. Join us as we learn more about one of the top girls of the next generation. Recorded February 5th…
 
In the episode, black belt Erin Johnson opens up about her journey, offers advice for cultivating a positive gym culture, and discusses the changes she wants to see in Jiu Jitsu Originally recorded on February 11th, 2022 This is your chance to ask questions about techniques, culture, and life from one of the world's leading female black belts! Lear…
 
Today’s guest is Lydia Carrington, Trainee Solicitor at Herbert Smith Freehills. Lydia was a student at Felsted School from 2006 to 2014. Her final year coincided with the school’s 450th anniversary celebrations, during which she enjoyed lunch with the late Duke of Edinburgh and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Lydia worked at Felsted International …
 
In April 2020, John and Katie Palmer went on a walk in their neighborhood. What happened next has put John on a course of healing, advocacy, and–most importantly–justice for his wife Katie Palmer. https://www.instagram.com/justiceforkatiepalmer/ https://www.tiktok.com/@justiceforkatiepalmer https://twitter.com/for_palmer https://www.facebook.com/gr…
 
Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas sees issues of suicide prevention and mental health promotion from a host of perspectives. Clinical psychologist. Mental health advocate. Faculty member. Researcher. And suicide loss survivor. She has earned an international reputation as an entrepreneur and innovator in social change. Along the way, she’s helped establish …
 
If there’s one word to describe this episode with Emma, it’s joyful. She takes us through her three pregnancies and births in between nomadic living in a bus and on a sailing boat. Her first two births were really smooth but in her third pregnancy a fibroid was discovered on an early ultrasound and it created persistent issues around where she woul…
 
Steph & Laura have had a lot to catch up about lately, so today's episode is all about hearing the hilarious/interesting/unusual things that have happened in their lives. Nothing’s off limits today - the girls cover topics like location sharing with your partner, mice infestations at home, and dumb things you once thought (like thinking knife point…
 
Our body’s stress response is cleverly designed to keep us safe, but the trouble now is that it’s being triggered by every day life – emails, caring commitments, social media, loneliness. Dr Rangan Chatterjee explains what the stress response is, and how using your physically body can often be the best way to calm your mind. In this chat, Fearne an…
 
Martin Walker is one of the most listened to shows on Binge Reading of all times, so we are delighted to have him back discussing his latest book, To Kill a Troubadour. It’s number 15 in the Bruno Perigord police chief series, highly popular all over the place, particularly in Germany. When a musician’s new song hits a political nerve, he finds him…
 
Sophie Green’s stories of fresh beginnings, unexpected friendships and the power of love in small country communities are Top 10 Best sellers, and they’re all built around Sophie’s personal passions for, among other things, music, yoga and swimming. Hi there, I’m your host Jenny Wheeler, and today on Binge Reading Sophie talks about her varied care…
 
This week on Dirt Talk, Aaron Witt and Alex Horton are joined by Dirt World “Expert” Eric Jumper. Eric complains about not getting paid after working at BuildWitt for two years (editor’s note: this is not true) before the guys address internet trolls who complain that every video Aaron posts doesn’t show every step of every process, people putting …
 
Ever felt creative but uncertain about how strategic you were? What about the other way around? In this episode, we get into both of these situations. We'll discuss small shifts creative minds can take to become more strategic and help the strategy-inclined to understand their creativity. We also answer strategist questions: 1. How can I sell strat…
 
When Joshua Bailey went to his parents in the summer of 2008 asking for their help getting his life on track, they were thrilled. Preparing a future for Josh was what they wanted. But when he went missing and his future cut short, they decided to work to make a future for others in the same situation. https://www.joshshopefoundation.org/ This case …
 
In today’s episode Eloise takes us through her eventful pregnancy journey. Her pregnancy was a surprise and at eight weeks she learned she was pregnant with twins (two sacs, one placenta). She opted to take things day by day instead of getting too concerned about what life would look like with two babies. Her calm and grounded nature definitely hel…
 
Sophie Coleman (of Victoria, Australia) was raised around the Dirt World as her father built up his career before he started MC Earthmoving. Sophie had thought joining the family business would be for her other siblings, and ended up moving to New York City. But after working a few jobs and traveling a good bit around the US, she started feeling th…
 
In 2011, a murder shocked Saint John, New Brunswick when a prominent citizen was killed in his office. Though the police zeroed in on his son quickly, but it would take years to build the case against him. And the resolution of the legal case would take just about as long This case is *disputed* Sources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gARSaU0d…
 
Last week Steph & her husband Josh revealed all of the very intimate and personal details of their relationship, so it's only fair that this week Laura and her husband Dalton are put in the hot seat! Of course they will address the 30 day intimacy challenge and whether they'll be taking part or not, and we also learn about what they have to sacrifi…
 
Michael Bennett is acclaimed New Zealand screen writer and director who’s debut novel Better The Blood has already sold for translation rights in six countries. It’s a nail biting crime thriller that is also a Trojan horse for complex, difficult themes. Hi there I’m your host Jenny Wheeler and in Binge Reading this week Michael talks about his debu…
 
This week, Aaron recounts his recent travel through Canada as he visited an oil sands mine site, the largest Caterpillar dealership in the world, Fort McMurray, Calgary - a wide-ranging trip with some badass earthwork. Aaron weighs in on the negative perception (and the importance today) of oil and the role it plays in society before he and Alex di…
 
In 2011, a murder shocked Saint John, New Brunswick when a prominent citizen was killed in his office. Though the police zeroed in on a suspect quickly, it would take years to build the case against him. But he would argue that they zeroed in on him too quickly and let the real killer get away. This case is *disputed* September 8: The Generation Wh…
 
Fail fast. That’s the advice entrepreneur Steven Bartlett has for those who ultimately want to be successful, because the biggest risk isn’t failing, it’s procrastinating. In this chat with Fearne, Steven talks about how he’s seen first hand the damage being paralysed by decision making can do both in business and on a personal level. They also cha…
 
In today’s episode Laura talks at length about the layers of loss she experienced with her ectopic pregnancy; the loss of her pregnancy, her fallopian tube and the knowledge that in future pregnancies, she wouldn’t have the blissful naivete of early pregnancy. She also talks in detail about her gestational diabetes diagnosis and the hospital policy…
 
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