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The Guardian's political editor, Heather Stewart, and deputy political editor, Jessica Elgot, are joined by commentators, experts and politicians to unpack the week's biggest stories in politics. On Politics Weekly Extra, Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland speaks with some of the Guardian’s US team about the latest from the 2020 presidential election campaign
 
We sit with counsellors to unpack and deconstruct stories. Created by the lovely people from GR8 M8S Podcast. Hosted by Josh (@abangpinoy, @gr8m8spodcast) and Eunice (@eunicecounselling) FIND US: Twitter & Instagram: @unpackthisbrain | #unpackthisbrain Listen to us anywhere you get your podcasts. If you love us, why not leave a review and share the love with your friends!
 
Space Bras is a bi-weekly podcast where two best friends discuss the intersection of science fiction and feminism. Each episode co-hosts Kate Whitney and Mary Johnston unpack a genre they love and social justice issues that matter now.
 
An ex-Al Qaeda jihadi turned MI6 spy and a former monk turned filmmaker, have been embedded at the heart of conflicts in the Middle East. Together Aimen Dean and Thomas Small unpack the realities of war, fundamentalism and their global implications through first-hand experience.
 
Datacast follows the narrative journey about data scientists, machine learning engineers, and academic researchers to unfold their original stories and unpack their career lessons. The show is hosted by James Le. If you enjoy the show, consider buying me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Datacast ☕ 👏
 
From a place of absolute love and fandom, queer siblings, Quinn (they/them) and Emilie (she/her), take on one of the most influential 90s TV shows, Friends. Join them as they discuss, unpack, revel and challenge the fashion, relationships, and some seriously problematic jokes, one episode at a time. All while learning to podcast for the first time...
 
Strange Archives is a podcast that journeys back through time, to uncover the strangest events that shaped history. Each episode tells the story of an obscure incident that was all but lost to time, yet still managed to leave an its mark on the world we live in. Join me Charlie Garcia & the team at ProgressPop, as we unpack the curious details of forgotten events that helped define history—and our world—as we know it.
 
Being successful in business, farming, or life means overcoming new challenges everyday. Join Precision Planting's Product Support team as we deliver new learnings and unpack deeper understanding with each episode. We will be interviewing, investigating and sharing our conversations from customers, engineers, dealers, sales managers, product support and more. Smarter Every Season is the premiere Precision Planting podcast for anyone excited to follow along and learn with us.
 
StraightioLab is an intellectual podcast where smart comedians George Civeris and Sam Taggart unpack the rich, multi-colored tapestry of straight culture. In each episode, George and Sam are joined by a guest to hold a MIRROR to society and finally get to the BOTTOM of mysterious and perverse topics such as college fraternities, gender reveal parties, the military, themed restaurants, and the concept of "the holidays." Scared? Good.
 
In each episode, Patrick Hamilton and Gena Radcliffe unpack all the gory details of horror cinema's least discussed topic: the characters. From Friday the 13th to Nightmare on Elm Street and beyond, our mission is to detail each hack, slash, and decapitation in the hopes that a victim's untimely end is just the beginning of the jokes we can make about them.
 
Todd Nief is the owner of downtown Chicago's #1 CrossFit gym and the coach to multiple CrossFit Games athletes. He has been featured by Men's Fitness, WGN Radio, and NBC Chicago among others. His background in chemical engineering and as a musician in multiple death metal bands gives him a unique lens with which to unpack the models that people use to solve problems in complex areas like fitness, business, nutrition, music, economics and psychology.
 
Discover how fast controversy can move up in the polls in Parcast’s new limited series, Political Scandals. From greed and lust to deceit and cover-ups, we’ll unpack the most shocking events in American history—all leading up to the 2020 election. Every Tuesday, join us as we breakdown the rise and fall of our most infamous elected officials, measuring the impact it had on the country and history.
 
After years of wide-eyed blogging about the surreal 1980s perfection of Francine Pascal's Sweet Valley High book series (and the surprising psychodrama that lurks below the town's perfectly-tanned surface), host Marissa Flaxbart is now forcing friends and family to read the series with her. Every other week, Marissa and a new guest – many of whom are new to the very idea of a "Sweet Valley" – unpack one of these soap-operatic tales, starting with book #1. It's all good fun for both die-hard ...
 
Helping Sells Radio is the enterprise software podcast for people who want to help customers achieve outcomes with software. We talk to technology professionals who work all over the customer journey, from marketing and sales to customer success and professional services, to unpack innovative ways people are taking a helpful approach with customers. Brought to you by ServiceRocket Media. helpingsells.substack.com
 
The Feel Good Effect is a wellness podcast with a mission to unpack what it really mean to be healthy, with conversations and solo episodes themed around an effective, gentle approach. Hosted by Robyn Conley Downs, founder of mission-driven media and education brand, Real Food Whole Life, the show is about leaning out of wellness as another set of impossible standards, and leaning into self-trust, powerful mindset shifts, and radically simple strategies & habits that really work.
 
POWER Talk is a mid-morning talk show programme, hosted by renowned journalist, Aldrin Sampear. The show delves deeper into the news of the day along with larger societal themes, inviting listeners to help unpack issues on the day’s current affairs agenda and topics close to their hearts. Aldrin also interviews the biggest newsmakers and experts in South Africa, helping listeners makes sense of their world.
 
Let’s Get Civical is part civics class and part comedy show. Join Lizzie Stewart and Arden Walentowski as they unpack and repack those political and government structures that have driven us to the cry for help we’re in today. This stuff is confusing and we’ve made it our mission to break it down so we all understand what the FDR is going on. It’s like being in American Government class with your BFFs! But no exams. We promise! Lizzie is an NYC based comedian who performs regularly all over ...
 
For Fuck’s Sake, A theatre podcast hopes to open up a dialogue with theatre artists about topical issues happening right now. Authentic and candid conversations, in an extended format where we get to hang for a month of weekly episodes with guest co-hosts from all facets of the performing arts world. Allowing us to unpack some real sh*t. Hosted by award-winning NYC theatre director & producer Aaron Salazar. This is not your average theatre podcast. Curious? Good, alright. Here we go. Origina ...
 
Some people are not ashamed to dig in deep and unpack the ideas, themes, and nitty-gritty details found in popular movies, shows, and games. Every episode, join with game and movie enthusiasts to enjoy a deep and highly opinionated back-and-forth on these topics between friends that don’t mind a respectable disagreement. The Club XP Mission is to level up the conversation so that listeners feel more informed before dropping cash on their next movie ticket or game purchase.
 
A podcast that examines the Bible and its importance for the Christian faith. From Riverlife Church in Brisbane, Australia, hosts Jo and Scott take their love of the Bible and unpack it each episode, sometimes with the help of guest Biblical scholars. Sometimes taking a bird's eye view, sometimes getting into the nitty gritty, but always trying to get to know the author better, and to better know His plans for us and the invitation He's given us to life in Him.
 
Learning Uncut is about real conversations around real learning solutions and real experiences with real advice from real people. We’re all about keeping it “real.” Here’s an overview of our approach: Strategy and tactics. We want to unpack the strategy and how-to’s of creating great learning solutions, frameworks and teams. CONVERSATIONS, NOT SCRIPTED DISCUSSION Our podcasts are professional but not so edited and polished that they lose their authenticity. We want our audience to hear real ...
 
The World Unpacked is a biweekly foreign policy podcast, hosted by Laura Lucas Magnuson, that breaks down the hottest global issues of today with experts, journalists, and policymakers who can explain what is happening, why it matters, and where we go from here. Tune in to get smart on foreign policy.
 
A podcast to help unpack the skills needed for the entertainment and creative industries and celebrate those already in them. A series of solo shows and interviews to help creatives with the business of show business. Learn how to market yourself as a creative and how to boss your social media and online presence. Great for actors, dancers, singers, producers, writers and those in the creative industries.
 
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Hatikvah, Israel’s national anthem, predates the establishment of the Jewish state by decades. Zionist leader Theodor Herzl hated it and many of Israel’s citizens refuse to sing it. So, how did this unlikely song take the national anthem top spot? What were the alternatives? And are there any plans to change it? Join Noam Weissman as he deconstruct…
 
This week, Chris has a great conversation with Bill Schmarzo, Chief Innovation Officer at Hitachi Vantara. Bill maintains a consultancy practice within Hitachi that helps customers build processes and identify data that can be used to create business value within an organisation. In this discussion, Bill outlines the process for identifying opportu…
 
On September 1, 2020, more than twenty journalists worldwide learned they had unwittingly joined a Russian influence operation. One of them was Laura Walters, a journalist who had recently become a freelancer as she moved from New Zealand to London. Laura explains her interaction with Peace Data, the red flags she missed, and her reaction to learni…
 
This month, we navigate the areas of bullying, self-harm/self-injury, and suicide by exploring how best to hold conversations, as difficult as it may be, and how it can impact mental health professionals. If you are seeking support for your own mental health, please contact any of the crisis support services applicable to your country. -USA- Suicid…
 
Shownotes: www.unpackingdesign.com/podcast/134 Why do you subscribe to a newsletter in today’s day and age? What does a newsletter need to provide for you to follow and pay attention to each one? Tim introduces the topic of newsletters in 2020 and talks about his Friday Four Newsletter that he consistently sent out every week for the past 4 years. …
 
Bryan’s latest book, The Conqueror, released this past Tuesday, October 13. It’s set in the Roman Empire, in AD 312, and as you’ll discover in this episode, no author is more qualified to write this novel. He and Alison talk about Bryan’s research for this book, what pushed him to write fiction, and the books he’s released in the past. Bryan Litfin…
 
For this episode, I interview Elyse Sharkasi of Fairhaven Tarot. Elyse is a professional tarot reader who often blends her work with travel. So I invited Elyse for a chat all about being a traveling tarot reader, tarot reading in general, and even some of the travel experiences she had that were enhanced by pulling cards at famous destinations. Thi…
 
Aldrin Sampear speaks to SACP Deputy General Secretary Solly Mapaila and economist Economist, Xhanti Payi about dependent citizenry, and whether we are becoming a welfare state. This is at the back of calls by the SACP for government to urgently convert the Covid-19 Social Relief of Distress Grant (which is set to end this month) into a Universal B…
 
Show Notes (2:02) Amita described her educational background, studying Electronics at universities back in the 90s. She also professed her love for Asimov’s writings. (3:33) Amita talked about her reason to pursue a path of an academic professor. (5:13) Amita discussed her Ph.D. titled "Modeling, Design, and Applications of Optical Amplifiers and L…
 
Heather Stewart and Peter Walker run through a cantankerous week in Westminster. Rajeev Syal speaks to the chair of the women and equalities committee, Caroline Nokes. Plus, Heather chats to the comedian and former Labour party member Matt Forde about his new book, Politically Homeless. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/pol…
 
In this episode of Let’s Get Civical, Lizzie and Arden take a look at the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Join them as they talk about the goals of the Act, its amendments, and why the Supreme Court felt she was no longer necessary to achieve equal voting opportunities in the United States. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @letsgetcivical, @lizzie_…
 
In this episode of the Feel Good Effect Podcast, we're talking about how to do meal planning differently to avoid decision fatigue. We’ll dive into exactly how you can feel good effect meal planning with a simple capsule meal plan for fall. Show Notes (under episode 164) Get Simplified, Gentle Wellness Tips + Be in the Know Connect on Instagram Joi…
 
Parcast Network is spinning a web of new shows and special programming to celebrate our favorite season. Follow us into the darkest depths of history, mystery, and the human mind — starting with this episode of Crime Countdown! Hosts Ash and Alaina are ranking the top 10 haunted crime scenes, including an Irish castle with a deadly trap door and th…
 
Alec Milne is a conservationist and amateur ornithologist (a person who studies birds). He's is a member of Friends of Cobb, a conservation group that does pest control and trapping in the Cobb Valley in Kahurangi National Park - one of the most geologically diverse places in New Zealand. Friends of the Cobb has been achieving amazing results in th…
 
Earlier this month, the Australian Aviation team welcomed Virgin chief executive Paul Scurrah on to this podcast to talk about his plans for the airline. And now, out of nowhere, he’s gone. This week, a bemused Phil Tarrant and Adam Thorn discuss just what might or might not have happened? Did owners Bain do the dirty or do we need to give the new …
 
Internal auditors, by virtue of their mandate, may inevitably unearth wrongdoing in their organisations. However, they sometimes inadvertently cross paths with the wrong people by exposing them or touching their sacred cows. For this conversation, Aldrin speaks to the chairperson of the Standing Committee on Auditor General Sakhumzi Somyo, and the …
 
There has been a positive response to news that the minerals minister Gwede Mantashe has gazetted amendments that will allow well-performing municipalities to procure power independently. Head of energy and electricity at the SA Local Government Association Nhlanhla Ngidi joins Aldrin for this conversation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
 
Patrick and Ruth Schwenk have experienced life together. From miscarriages to dealing with cancer, the Schwenk's have managed to keep faith in the midst of the chaos. Patrick's faith and outlook on life makes his voice one you need to hear. Ready to become part of the Reclamation Community? Text RECLAIM to 66866 to join our community. Links: Patric…
 
Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian and Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: Prelim wash-up - 1.00 Brownlow - 11.00 Jeremy Cameron eyeing Geelong - 13.00 Nic Naitanui with the Eagles nod after a classy 2020 - 17.00 Freo's Hogan and Blakely look elsewhere…
 
Welcome to episode 8 of The Business of Show Business podcast. In this solo episode I dive into tips and tricks that can help you to improve your mental stamina and wellness. Using some NLP coaching techniques I share some methods to help creatives and freelancers to focus more on what they want, talking kinder to themselves and feeling comfortable…
 
On this edition of #TheDojo we kick off Pod touching briefly on belief, prayer and ho phahla. We delve into a discussion on Stocko, we ponder on the offensiveness of the word, whether its gender neutral or not. We switch up the conversation and touch on the EFF in Senekal, the discussion take a turn and we speculate if any of us would survive priso…
 
Katrina Moss, the Learning Acceleration Lead at Shopify, discusses her work to embed growth mindset across the organisation. Host: Michelle Ockers Guest: Katrina Moss Resources: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck https://bit.ly/2GwdnHK Change your questions, change your life by Marilee G. Adamas and Marshall Goldsmith https://bit.ly/2GEJ6…
 
In this conversation, Aldrin Sampear is joined by economist Duma Gqubule, Saftu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi and the ATM’s head of policy and strategy, Mzwanele Manyi about the recently released Presidential economic recovery plan. As part of the discussion, they touch on the major pillars of the plan, which include an employment stimulus; inf…
 
In this conversation, Aldrin Sampear and guest, Dr Somadoda Fikeni reflect on what happened in Senekal this past Friday, looking at race tension in the country and what this means for South Africa’s 26-year-old democracy. Senekal was the scene of tense protests on 16 October as the EFF, AfriForum and groups of farmers gathered for the bail hearing …
 
John Nerst, in some sort of bizarre ascetic practice, enjoys studying people disagreeing online. While online discourse is a cesspool of bad intentions, bad faith, and, of course, bad arguments, John is able to divine some deep insights about the fundamental nature of human disagreement. In this interview, we discuss how the abstractions we use let…
 
October Guest Co-Host Composer & Lyricist Rona Siddiqui (Jonathan Larson Grant and Billie Burke Ziegfeld award recipient and ASCAP Foundation Harold Adamson Lyric Award, music director of the Off-Broadway Pulitzer Prize-winning A Strange Loop at Playwrights Horizons) continues the October conversation with Host Aaron Salazar (Award Wining Theatre D…
 
Grab your coffee and hold on tight, once you press play we are non-stop! in this fast paced episode we follow the second part of The One With Two Parts. We watch as Joey gets his heart broken by Ursula and picking apart the nuanced responsibilities that we have when navigating these hard dating-your-best-friends-estranged-sister situations. We watc…
 
Peter Levitan knows something about adding value to companies. He spend 16 years in advertising at one of the largest ad agencies in the world, bought and sold three advertising agencies, and founded two internet startups, one of which was sold to Microsoft. Levitan describes company value in a few ways. Sure, a company has value so it can be sold.…
 
What is the contribution of Afrikaners to fundamental social transformation, as envisaged in the commitments of our constitution and South Africa’s history with violence? Spokesperson for the minister of human settlements, water and sanitation Yonela Diko, speaks about the contribution of Afrikaners to fundamental social transformation in South Afr…
 
Thank Ghostface It’s Friday! Rent your favorite scary movie and join us as we dive into the ultimate 90s slasher, Scream. We talk about the film’s origins, one truly bad wig, one truly great producer, we debate how big of an Indigo Girls fan Sydney really is, how Henry Winkler reinvents himself, why asking your girlfriend to consider your penis aft…
 
23. #TSPSP23 Rob Hornstra on The Importance of Collaborating, Learning by Teaching, Renting Prints & Self Publishing. Rob Hornstra (www.robhornstra.com | Instagram: @robhornstra) born in 1975 in the Netherlands, is a Dutch photographer of predominantly long-term documentary projects, both at home and around the world. He has published several books…
 
As reports suggest that No 10 Downing Street has been preparing for Trump’s exit from the White House, Jonathan Freedland and Rafael Behr look at how the election might affect America’s relationship with the rest of the world. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodBy The Guardian
 
It's the most wonderful time of year! No, we're not referring to Halloween or Fall but the return of the Bachelorette! Join Jared, Joey and Briana as they decide who get the roses on night one, who's the biggest villain and predictions for the wildest season yet. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://…
 
Among the chaos of COVID turning the industry on its head, it’s often easy to forget the effect this once-in-a-century event has had on the unsung heroes in air traffic control, and the tech that supports them. In this special episode of the Australian Aviation Podcast, Adam Thorn speaks to Martin Rampl, the managing director of Frequentis Australa…
 
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