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"Talking COVID19" is a three language - Arabi Juba, Dinka, and Naath - podcast that aims to address community concerns around the COVID19 Pandemic and vaccinations. We will bring experts from the medical field to cover technical questions as well as government advice and policy on vaccinations. This project is funded by the Victorian Government through the Multicultural Outreach Program (2021-2022)
 
Don’t Call Me Resilient is a provocative new podcast about race from The Conversation. Host Vinita Srivastava takes you deep into conversations with scholars and activists who view the world through an anti-racist lens. Instead of calling those who have survived the pain of systemic racism resilient, this podcast goes in search of solutions for those things no one should have to be resilient for.
 
Spellbinding short stories by established and emerging writers take on a new life when they are performed by stars of the stage and screen. Listen free on your computer or mobile device. Symphony Space, the home of Selected Shorts, was founded almost 40 years ago in the belief that the arts bring people together, transcend barriers, and celebrate both our similarities and our differences. That belief remains our guiding principle and is more important now than ever. Your generosity during th ...
 
Mondays with Milly is a podcast about the past as told by someone who was there. Through a series of interviews, "Milly" - AKA Doreen from Manchester - talks about her life from the Great Depression era and World War 2 to the present day. Now in her nineties, Milly is a natural story-teller with a razor-sharp memory. Her recount of a life spanning some of history's defining moments provides a unique insight into how people lived, coped, survived and endured times of great adversity. Recorded ...
 
Welcome to the Forest Lake Seventh-day Adventist Church! Our hope is that you will be blessed to be part of an authentic Christian community, either in person, online, or both. We learn from Acts 2:42 that the early Christian church had four identifying characteristics: they were devoted to Jesus Christ, as revealed in His word; they were devoted to Christian fellowship; they were devoted to Christ-centered worship; and they were devoted to mission-focused prayer. We desire to continue that ...
 
Funmi Okunola, a Physician, hosts a show that interviews a range of special guests that will introduce to you, the global audience, a pathway back to pre-COVID life. These esteemed professionals at the top of their field, will be interviewed about a range of evidenced-based technologies and methods that if incorporated, will allow all of us to live safely with the coronavirus. We set the stage with an explanation of the virus and the disease then move onto episodes featuring vaccination, tes ...
 
Each week, Milan Vaishnav and his guests from around the world break down the latest developments in Indian politics, economics, foreign policy, society, and culture for a global audience. Grand Tamasha is a co-production of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Hindustan Times.
 
Have You Had, Or Currently Have, The COVID19 Virus?...Do You Know Somebody Who Has The COVID19 Virus Right Now?...Are You Curious To Know How It Feels To Have Had (and Survived) The COVID19 Virus?... If Your answer IS YES, To The Above Then You'll NEED To Listen To This PodCast."COVID19: A Diary Of...COnvalescence, Vulnerability, Isolation & Determination".
 
The Antigen is a podcast about the scientific, cultural, and political elements of vaccination. In our latest season, we explore the conversation around COVID-19. Now more than ever, we want to provide factual, science-based information in a digestible format as well as shed light on the role Pfizer is playing during this unprecedented situation. We will look back at past pandemics, outline potential coronavirus treatments in development, and look ahead to life after a crisis. This podcast i ...
 
They come from two different sides of the political spectrum: John Kasich, former Governor of Ohio and 2016 Republican presidential candidate; and Jordan Klepper, a liberal comedian best known for his viral videos interviewing MAGA supporters for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. In this weekly talk show podcast, the pair will come together to scream their differing political opinions at each other for an hour… just kidding. Sure, there will be some political debate, but Kasich & Klepper’s di ...
 
ParentData makes sense of the latest data about pregnancy and parenting, and, sometimes, COVID-19. It offers numbers and decision-making tools, spreadsheets, statistics, and phrases I claim to invent like “Safety Turducken” and “Situational Fluency.” If this is your jam, you’re in the right place. And I hope that, by listening, you’ll feel more empowered to make your own pregnancy and parenting choices. You can subscribe to the ParentData newsletter at emilyoster.substack.com.
 
Corona Diaries is a podcast that tells stories about what life is like in South Africa in the time of COVID19, as experienced by a group of students from Rhodes University in the Eastern Cape. In March 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a national state of disaster, and these students were told that they had to leave Rhodes and go home. Now they find themselves studying journalism online and as a part of this learning, they are sending stories back to campus. These stories provide unf ...
 
It is the audio podcast centre of fighting games based in Cebu, Philippines where YOU can join in and talk about any fighting game-related topics or share personal insights together with hosts, Evrae and EX, the Smash Casters of the past 3 Smash Ultimate tournaments of Orient FGC. This podcast also encourages its viewers to donate money and PPEs to the Association of Philippine Medical Colleges in our fight against the COVID19 pandemic through the link below. https://www.facebook.com/Student ...
 
At the start of the quarantine and shelter in place orders during the COVID19 pandemic, I decided to create a virtual neighborhood stoop on which come together, talk about how we feel, apply some yogic wisdom and do a daily guided meditation. The first season episodes were all originally on Instagram Live with accompanying video and live participation from guests and we called it "It's A Workable Day In The Neighborhood" for those 32 days. For Season 2 onward, these weekly, lively, un-polish ...
 
The Podcast by and for Long Covid sufferers. Long Covid is estimated to affect at around 1 in 5 people infected with Covid-19. Some of these people recover within a few months, but there are many who have been suffering for well over a year.​There is currently no cure for Long Covid, and the thousands of people still ill have been searching for answers for a long time. In this podcast I hope to explore some of the problems and possible solutions, mixed with personal experience from those who ...
 
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Europe after coronavirus

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Europe after coronavirus

OpenEUdebate, Agenda Pública, Luis Bouza, Álvaro Oleart

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A series of ten podcasts by the Jean Monnet OpenEUdebate network. Each podcast features debates among experts from academia, civil society and politics on the effect of the pandemic on different scenarios for the future of the European Union. This podcast series has been made with the financial support of the European Union Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). The podcasts only reflect the views of the speakers and the Commission and the Agency cannot be held responsi ...
 
Society needs music, especially in challenging times. This podcast is made by a collective of outstanding classical musicians from around the world. Your host is the Serbian pianist, Marija Andjic, living in Vienna. She introduces her friends and colleagues she met in the Be Your Own Manager Community, which was founded by Bernhard Kerres. The podcast and the community were created during the COVID19 pandemic.
 
Minding Your Business with Jodi-Tatiana Podcast - Authentic stories from global entrepreneurs & innovators before their ventures and amongst constant instability's.Launched April 2020 - When the coronavirus hit, small business owners globally were forced to navigate new grounds and make difficult decisions – from moving operations online, reducing staff or instantly creating new revenue streams. Our innovators and entrepreneurs are among the majority of small business owners directly impacte ...
 
Restaurant Revolution is a podcast that chronicles the ongoing challenges that a restaurant is facing in Michigan during the Covid19 lockdowns and beyond. This restaurant defied orders to shut down dine-in service during the second lockdown, and they claim it was all to benefit the employees and community. Or were there financial motives? Listen and you decide. If you love dining-out, or work in the food industry, you don't want to miss this story as it continues in real time as the restaura ...
 
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GLI LIVE

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GLI LIVE

Global Liver Institute

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At the Global Liver Institute, we believe it all starts with a patient. What happens when a liver patient, one of the ½ billion people living with conditions that often go undiagnosed, untreated, or misdiagnosed, mistreated, and stigmatized, brings the challenges of liver patients front and center? And what happens when a patient then leads a discussion with world experts in policy, research, clinical care, and wellness on ways to overcome these challenges? GLI LIVE started in March 2020, as ...
 
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Radio Davos

World Economic Forum

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How do we solve the world’s biggest challenges? From climate change to inequality; the rise of big tech and rapid changes in how we live and work. Radio Davos talks to the people who have the ideas, the passion and the power to make change happen in a way that benefits all of us.
 
Lockdown Conversations was born amid the COVID19 pandemic with a vision of uniting people from different walks of life. We invite speakers from around the world; to share their knowledge and views on topics that matter the most right now. Every episode is unique and covers a range of issues, and also questions asked live by our audiences in the Q&A session. So come, let's unite and speak up on things that matter!
 
Pastor Kishford Frank connects with SDA's and the wider Laventille community. Keeping you up-to-date on the latest news and activities locally and internationally during the Covid19 pandemic. Hear some very interesting experiences from the people themselves of how they are doing during their quarantined life at home. Hear how life has abruptly changed for many people. And most importantly, what lessons are we taking from it all, going forward.
 
Watch our Live Sermons every Sunday morning at 10:30am by searching "Flipside Christian Church" on Youtube or go to "flipside.church" See more of Flipside Christian Church by going to our website at "http://www.flipside.church/media/" or download our app by searching "Flipside Christian Church" in the Google Play and Apple App Store. Flipside Christian Church Madera Ranchos, CA
 
Freddie Sayers from online magazine UnHerd seeks out top scientists, writers, politicians and thinkers for in-depth interviews to try and help us work out what’s really going on. What started as an inquiry into the pandemic has broadened into a fascinating look at free speech, science, meaning and the ideas shaping our world. Due to popular demand here is a podcast version of our YouTube — available to watch, for free here or by searching ‘LockdownTV’. Enjoy! And don't forget to rate, like a ...
 
As of January 1, 2022 the Financial Conduct Authority will no longer compel banks to quote LIBOR (and its variations) as a benchmark lending rate. The required transition is shaping up to be one of the most fundamental changes to the financial services industry in recent times. It is estimated that there are over $300 trillion of LIBOR-referencing mortgages, commercial loans, bonds and derivatives. The problem is global, complex and isn’t going away. Affected banks, insurers, and other finan ...
 
Es un podcast para el mejoramiento de la salud mental y bienestar, y apoyo durante la época que vivimos con el COVID19. Por favor envíame mensajes a dianaruggiero@gmail.com This is podcast for the improvement of mental health and well-being, and support during the time we live with COVID19. Please send me messages at dianaruggiero@gmail.com
 
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They’re back! James Moore and Gerald Butts are back by popular demand. The two experienced political observers drop their partisan positions (or sure try) to give us their take. This time the conversation is about what happens and what needs to happen inside a party when a new leader takes power.By James Moore, Gerald Butts, Peter Mansbridge
 
Who should get a bivalent booster? How effective are they? How should people space out shots after infection, original strain boosters, and a host of other combinations of immunity and exposure? Can you get a bivalent booster and a flu shot at the same time and are there any benefits to spacing them out? How long did it take for us to get these boo…
 
Social psychologist Batja Mesquita, author of the new book “Between Us: How Cultures Create Emotions” and director of the Center for Social and Cultural Psychology in Leuven, Belgium, discusses the vast impacts that social conditions can have on human emotions, the importance of remaining humble in our perceptions of each other, and why social medi…
 
Lots of people ask whether Montessori school is better. Or replace “Montessori” with whatever parenting philosophy you want. Today I’m going to start with a dive into the limited data. And then I’ll explain why, in fact, that question is unanswerable and makes no sense to ask. Want more on pregnancy and parenting? Subscribe to the ParentData newsle…
 
NASA’s latest mission, DART hit the headlines this week after the space agency’s satellite successfully collided with a far off asteroid. The mission acts as a demonstration of Earth’s first planetary defence system. Jon Amos, one of BBC’s Science correspondents, talks Roland through the final moments of the DART satellite. Although the collision w…
 
Because of the Freedom of the Gospel, we are called to serve others and proclaim the same freedom to them by serving them. If you are in need of prayer, let our Prayer Team know by contacting prayer@forestlakechurch.org Sermon video is available on YouTube and full service archives are available on Vimeo. Live services weekly from the sanctuary at …
 
Bruce is off for this week's Good Talk but Rob Russo fills in with Chantal. Is there reason for optimism with progress on Truth and Reconciliation? And in a fight between climate change and inflation who wins? Plus the Quebec election is next week and so is the search for a new premier in Alberta.By Peter Mansbridge, Rob Russo, Chantal Hebert
 
Freddie Sayers discusses Jay Bhattacharya and Jenin Younes' lawsuit against the US federal government. In October 2020, the Great Barrington Declaration was published by three academics - Jay Bhattacharya, Sunetra Gupta and Martin Kulldorff - who appeared on UnHerd to break the story. It marked a watershed moment in the pandemic, but the authors fo…
 
Season 2 | Episode 39 | September 28, 2022 Stephen T. Higgins, PhD, a national leader in addiction research and the director of the Vermont Center on Behavior & Health (VCBH) at the University of Vermont (UVM) is the guest on Medical Matters Weekly with Dr. Trey Dobson on September 28. Dr. Higgins is principle investigator on multiple National Inst…
 
Pandemic disruptions led to serious learning loss in K-12 education, and new research shows just how serious. Peggy Carr, the commissioner of the National Center for Education Statistics, talks with Stephanie Desmon about what the data shows in terms of student performance, why these historic declines will have impacts for years to come, and what c…
 
The Friday Five covers important stories in health and science research that you may have missed - usually over the previous week but, today, we're doing a lookback on breakthrough research over the month of September. There are plenty of controversies and troubling ethical issues in science – and we get into many of them in our online magazine – b…
 
What’s going on in the global economy? It is a question that the World Economic Forum’s Community of Chief Economists seeks to answer every three months with its Chief Economists Outlook.For large parts of the world inflation is high and rising, cutting deep into people’s real incomes - and posing dilemmas for policymakers in governments and centra…
 
As Dr. Katie Kay reflects on what adjustments need to be made to nursing curricula in light of the pandemic, she is not focused mainly on academic content. “We have to address some gaps in curriculums across the board that really prepare individuals for what they're going to encounter in the healthcare setting.” Assessing grit, making sure students…
 
At one point, Florida’s Apalachee Bay was dominating the seafood industry, but over the years it has experienced a sharp decline from climate change and environmental destruction. When a local oyster farmer took notice, he connected with his friends at the historically Black college, Florida A&M University, for help. FAMU has a long history of envi…
 
Midterms are right around the corner. What issues REALLY matter most to voters? Who will win the House and the Senate? Will Trump and Biden face off again in 2024? To get the answers, Kasich & Klepper turn to Celinda Lake, one of the country’s top Democratic pollsters, and Ed Goeas, a prominent republican pollster and partner at Tarrance Group. The…
 
Today’s ParentData episode is about ParentData — where we are, where we are going, and answering some questions about how it gets produced.Want more on pregnancy and parenting? Subscribe to the ParentData newsletter for free at ParentData.org. You can also become a paid subscriber for access to the full ParentData archive (searchable by topic) and …
 
Host Meg Wolitzer presents three works featuring birds, curated by writer and bird aficionado Amy Tan. Ben Loory’s “The Frog and the Bird,” is a twist the traditional fable genre; it’s performed by Mike Doyle. Teenagers are transformed in “Town of Birds,” by Heather Monley, performed by Yetide Badaki; and an avian love song goes viral in Mikkel Ros…
 
Episode 54 of the Long Covid Podcast is a chat with Elizabeth Dreicer, CEO of Consuli. We chat a load about what Consuli does, and the study into Long Covid & immunology with La Jolla Institute of Immunology. It's a fascinating discussion so really interesting to everyone! Consuli.net Consuli Long Covid Study Information La Jolla Institute for Immu…
 
The increasing integration of oral healthcare with medical care could lead to a reconsideration of roles and responsibilities on care teams in both fields. That’s just one of the emerging trends in oral healthcare we explore on this episode of Raise the Line with guests Laura Skarnulis, CEO of the Dental Assisting National Board and the DALE Founda…
 
A 2019 report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine lays out irrefutable evidence that medications like methadone can save lives when used for opioid use disorder, but decades of policy rooted in racism and stigma keeps methadone largely out of reach for those who need it. Alan Leshner, CEO emeritus of the American Asso…
 
I have another special treat for you. You’re going to hear an interview that I did on Instagram Live with Dr. Liza Aguiar. Liza is a pediatric urologist and when we asked you to submit questions for her, you sent us hundreds. In this conversation, we were able to dive deep into some of your questions about circumcisions, daytime potty training, nig…
 
The Newlyweds: Rearranging Marriage in Modern India is a moving account of love in contemporary India. The book’s author, Mansi Choksi, follows three couples across the heartland of India as they navigate boundaries—of caste, class, religion, and traditional gender norms. What follows is a tale of romance, endurance, violence, and occasionally hear…
 
This episode discusses four MMWR reports. The first report describes monkeypox in a young infant. The second report looks at the use of recommended health care measures to prevent sickle cell anemia complications in children and teens. And the last two reports look at norovirus outbreaks: the first looks at an outbreak that occurred among rafters a…
 
Brian Stewart is with us again after a critical week in the war over Ukraine. Threats and counter threats, especially ones involving nuclear weapons, have many people worried, including Brian. Also, today, how steps per day are important but so is the pace you do those steps. Plus the amazing weight of ants. That's right, the weight of ants!…
 
As a bonus for Into America listeners, Trymaine joins Chris Hayes on Why Is This Happening? The Chris Hayes Podcast to catch up on life, the latest news, and what’s to come in the midterm elections. Plus, Chris gets an inside look at the new Into America series “The Power of the Black Vote.” Listen to the full episode now. And check out more Why Is…
 
Freddie Sayers meets Ralph Schoellhammer. The rise of the Christian, ultra-conservative candidate Giorgia Meloni in Italy marks a strange split in European politics. Post-Brexit Britain is now in the minority of countries that have not seen a recent Rightward populist uprising. UnHerd’s Freddie Sayers sat down with Ralph Schoellhammer, Assistant Pr…
 
Malaria, a mosquito-borne infection, affects some 228 million people globally each year, killing over 400,000 of them—primarily children under the age of 5. In part two of a miniseries, Thomas Locke, host of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute podcast “Malaria Minute” looks back at 1955 when the WHO launched its “Global Malaria Eradication…
 
Joseph Awuah-Darko, the founder and director of Institute Museum of Ghana and the Noldor Artist Residency in Accra, talks with us about creating the country’s first independent arts residency and fellowship program for African artists; his ongoing research efforts targeting e-waste; and the importance of creating sustained longevity for, and critic…
 
Today’s discussion is a heavy one: it’s about stillbirth. Like miscarriage or birth trauma or countless other parts of pregnancy and parenting, this is not a topic that’s easy to discuss. The result of that lack of ease is a lack of discussion. But the lack of discussion can leave people feeling unprepared and alone in loss. It also makes it more d…
 
The first license of its kind has been granted for deep-sea mining. It will be used to run early tests to see whether the seabed could be good place to harvest rare earth materials in the future. These earth minerals are what powers much of our modern technology, and the demand is growing year on year.The license raises ethical questions about whet…
 
Because of the freedom of the Gospel, and experiencing the Gospel, we have been freed SO THAT we can share it with the world. If you are in need of prayer, let our Prayer Team know by contacting prayer@forestlakechurch.org Sermon video is available on YouTube and full service archives are available on Vimeo. Live services weekly from the sanctuary …
 
The Friday Five covers five stories in research that you may have missed this week. There are plenty of controversies and troubling ethical issues in science – and we get into many of them in our online magazine – but this news roundup focuses on scientific creativity and progress to give you a therapeutic dose of inspiration headed into the weeken…
 
After much pre-event discussion, the opening round of the Justin versus Pierre match took place and Chantal and Bruce have their scorecards ready. All this at the same time there's chatter about a new civility around Parliament. Any chance of that? All that and a lot more this week.By Peter Mansbridge, Chantal Hebert, Bruce Anderson
 
Medical Matters Weekly | Season 2 | Episode 38 | Sept. 21, 2022 Marc David, MA, is the bestselling author of the books, Nourishing Wisdom: A Mind Body Approach to Nutrition and Well-Being and The Slow Down Diet: Eating for Pleasure, Energy, and Weight Loss, a frequent speaker and consultant, and host of the celebrated Psychology of Eating Podcast. …
 
How effective have federal vaccine mandates for COVID-19 been? Will litigation impact other vaccine requirements, such as those for school attendance? What might happen during future pandemics? Michelle Mello, a professor of law and public policy at Stanford, talks with Stephanie Desmon about the mixed success of COVID vaccine mandates.…
 
Inflation is a major concern around the world - for economic policymakers, for companies and for all of us who are seeing prices rise faster than our incomes.We’ve covered the issue on several previous episodes of Radio Davos - see links below. On this episode we hear from two experts who appeared on a video show hosted by Abhinav Chugh who works i…
 
At Don’t Call Me Resilient, we’ve been busy planning season 4 of the podcast, which starts to roll out in November. We’re even starting to think about season 5. But we decided to stop production to talk about something we felt we couldn’t ignore. We’ve watched this incredible spectacle around the Queen’s death and public outpouring of support and l…
 
Florence Read meets cancelled street artist, Peter Seaton. Earlier this month, a mural of two soldiers embracing, one Ukrainian and one Russian, appeared on the side of a building in Melbourne. It was the work of Peter Seaton, an Australian street artist known for large-scale graffiti. The title he gave the work was ‘Peace before Pieces’. He descri…
 
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