Best Urbanism podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Third Wave Urbanism
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A podcast highlighting the new normal of urbanism in our globalized cities, as told by Kristen Jeffers and Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman - two female urbanists.
 
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Urbanism Speakeasy
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The Human-Scale Design Podcast
 
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Market Urbanism Podcast
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Welcome to the Market Urbanism podcast, where we’re liberalizing cities from the bottom-up. A podcast examining urban planning, transportation, and urban economic development from a classical liberal perspective.
 
A podcast about Market Urbanism, or the cross between free-market policies and urban issues. We discuss how a liberalized approach to cities would lead to more housing, faster transportation, improved public services, and better urban quality of life.
 
Indigenous Urbanism is a place-based storytelling podcast about the spaces we inhabit, and the community drivers and practitioners who are shaping those environments and decolonising through design.
 
The big ideas of cities, urbanism, technology, and the brain by Justin Hollander, urban planning professor at Tufts University.
 
Every month, writer on cities and culture Colin Marshall joins Koreascape host Kurt Achin for an exploration of Seoul's urbanism: its architecture, its infrastructure, its public spaces, and other elements of the Korean metropolis' built environment.
 
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Mina Kimes and Pablo Torre discuss a report that the Lakers are privately a little concerned about LeBron, details on how former NBA ref Tim Donaghy actually fixed games for gamblers, the Steelers won't tag Le'Veon Bell, Lillard throws shade at KD and much more.
 
Thursday, 21 February is International Mother Language Day – a day set aside to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. It is estimated that every two weeks a language goes extinct. But why try to protect these languages? What is the real significance of this Day? UN News’s Paulina Greer posed these questions to the Perma ...…
 
Push to silence the guns in South Sudan Good health care paves way for SDGs Education, employment ‘fundamental’ to youth development’
 
Sarah tells Mike how a poor Texas girl made herself into an icon and America made her into a punchline. Digressions include massage technique, “Death Becomes Her” and (obviously) “The Godfather.” Mike sounds even sicker than he did last week. Plus, special thanks to Ian at Marfa Public Radio, who helped Sarah record this episode! Links! Sarah’s ...…
 
Daniel DiSalvo joins City Journal editor Brian Anderson to discuss the impact of last year’s Supreme Court decision in Janus v. ASFCME, in which the Court ruled that public-sector unions’ mandatory “agency fees” were unconstitutional under the First Amendment. Unions provide an important source of financial support for politicians—primarily Dem ...…
 
We’re back this week to finish out the story of Gilgamesh! We discuss grief and then journey with Gilgamesh to the land of the dead, which features She-Ra references, befriending crows, and the ending to Little Shop of Horrors. We also remind you: Choose joy. Eric’s recommendation this week is the His Dark Materials series. Sponsors -Calm, the ...…
 
Is there such a thing as clean coal? In this episode, we look at the technologies designed to reduce the environmental impact of burning coal and ask if it makes sense to use coal at all. Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htm And to learn about your ad choices when listening to podca ...…
 
After 8 years of playing cello and singing with the band, Neyla Pekarek left The Lumineers in the fall. In January she struck out on her own with a solo album called Rattlesnake. It's a concept album based on the true story of Colorado's Rattlesnake Kate, who rescued herself and her 3-year-old adopted son from an attack by killing more than 140 ...…
 
0:00:00 - Opening 0:12:08 - Psychology Of The Fighting Man Pt. 2 2:17:09 - Final Thoughts and Take-aways. 2:28:18 - How to stay on THE PATH: Support. 2:58:37 - Closing Gratitude.
 
At almost 80, Mavis Staples is still singing songs with messages of hope and justice. She tells stories about writing songs that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. used at Civil Rights rallies, her long friendship with Aretha Franklin, and working with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy. We'll hear music from throughout Mavis' career including her family's gospel gro ...…
 
Thailand has been using tax policies to promote growth and encourage foreign investment. Some of those measures have succeeded but more attention needs to be paid to the revenue-raising side of the tax regime.Globalization has disrupted the way countries think about their tax regimes. In the past, the issue of double taxation was at the forefro ...…
 
In this episode of RSP, we cover toxic behavior, edgy humor, and ironic fascism as a major propaganda tool for the radical right. We talk about how often apolitical communities are affected by normalization of questionable behavior by individual members of these community.Music Guest:One Man Left - This is Class Warhttps://www.facebook.com/1Man ...…
 
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In the 1950s, Los Angeles was an up-and-coming city but wasn’t quite there yet. City leaders were looking for a way to boost Los Angeles's profile as a world class city and also give Angelenos something to rally behind. They believed that what L.A. really needed was a baseball team. They picked Chavez Ravine, near downtown LA, as the perfect ho ...…
 
In the 1950s, Los Angeles was an up-and-coming city but wasn’t quite there yet. City leaders were looking for a way to boost Los Angeles's profile as a world class city and also give Angelenos something to rally behind. They believed that what L.A. really needed was a baseball team. They picked Chavez Ravine, near downtown LA, as the perfect ho ...…
 
Today on Bolshevik Bistro DipDap talks with D.Z. Rowan on the subject of communization theory, post-left, situationist international and May 68 in France. We also talk about anti-work and the general ultra-left approach to theory. D. Z. Rowan links:https://dzrowan.wordpress.com/https://twitter.com/_communized_https://www.instagram.com/_communiz ...…
 
Mina Kimes and Pablo Torre discuss Antonio Brown's meeting with Steelers owner, they agree a trade is best for everyone, were KD and Kyrie making free agency plans during the All-Star Weekend, the Patriots tried to make a play for Odell Beckham Jr. and much more.
 
Civilians must not be ‘used as pawns’ in Syria Momentum in Yemen Refugees need resettling, now
 
Andre and Zac talk Antonio Brown, baseball free agency, Frankie Lindor and the state of basketball, plus play a little Glory Days presented by American Fireworks.
 
In the early 80's, The Bangles, Dream Syndicate, Rain Parade and The Three O'Clock were all part of a tightly knit community of LA musicians called the Paisley Underground. Steve Wynn of Dream Syndicate, Danny Benair of The Three O'Clock, and Vicki Peterson of the Bangles talk lovingly about their time playing together, growing together, and ro ...…
 
Berkeley councilmembers Lori Droste and Rashi Kesarwani join us to discuss their effort to expand missing-middle housing options. We also talk opportunity and belonging in the Bay Area. And a fun side story: UC Berkeley students' recent advocacy for housing at 2190 Shattuck, at what Laura describes as the "F*ck a View hearing," after a memorabl ...…
 
UC Davis head coach Dan Hawkins on High Motor: Why he takes (and passes on) jobs, how he looks back on five years at Colorado, the tough days after his dismissal, Keelan Doss, issues with the hiring and firing process in college football and more.Also, college football mailbag questions and a recruiting article that crossed the "overrated" line.…
 
The nuclear arms race “is back on”, the head of the Conference on Disarmament has warned. UN News’s Daniel Johnson spoke to Michael Møller who is the Secretary-General of the Conference, the only multilateral venue for disarmament discussions. ­In the interview, Mr. Møller explains why the forum has been deadlocked for more than two decades and ...…
 
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Architect Sir Terry Farrell’s playful pastiche of styles can be seen from the MI6 building to the Breakfast Television Centre in London. His six-decade career has veered from masterplanning city blocks to building train stations in China. Josh Fehnert sits down with the postmodern master.
 
Pablo Torre and Mina Kimes discuss if Colin Kaepernick will play in the NFL after the settlement. Plus, they talk about Steph Curry unknowingly spilling the tea on James Harden and how Antonio Brown's tweets could be costing him potential suitors.
 
A ‘welcome step’ towards peace in Central Africa UN programme for ‘ethically produced, environmentally sustainable gold’ International labour standards more important than ever, says ILO
 
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Talia here. Macy Gray looms large for me. Like a lot of people, my first introduction to Macy was her 1999 debut "On How Life Is". That album launched her into superstardom and the song "I Try" won her a Grammy. For some people, Macy is frozen in that song and time. And those people, in my humble opinion, are missing out. Macy has been busy gro ...…
 
Adam Doud of Android Authority joins the show to talk about the robots he saw at CES 2019. Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htm And to learn about your ad choices when listening to podcasts, visit https://www.howstuffworks.com/privacy.htm#ad-choices…
 
Connect with DJ Czezre/Producer:- Twitter: twitter.com/djczezre- Facebook: www.facebook.com/DjCzezreProdu…Click below for direct downloaddownload.djpod.com/chillloverr…Нажмите на iTunes кнопки для прямого скачиванияSubscribe & Review @ iTunes
 
Buy the book, help the site! The inaugural episode of Audible Fiction; Visual Illusion in which KC Wayland, co-director of Bronzeville, movie and pop culture critic Korey Coleman of Double Toasted, Lauren Croom (KC's cousin) and Audio Drama Reviews' founder Michael Bergonzi talk about the similarities and differences between Black Panther and B ...…
 
Друзья! Давненько я для вас не выкладывал музяки в стиле discohouse.. Собственно, радую поклонников! Сборная солянка хитов (добрый винил+dvs)... Enjoy!??????
 
At the 5 in 5 presentation at Think 2019, five presenters talked about how technology can improve practically everything about the way we grow, process, deliver and consume food. From harvests to recycling, we learn how technology can make us more responsible and efficient. Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howst ...…
 
Rob Cowan is an urbanist, a city planner, author and cartoonist
 
Do you like horses? How about dancing horses? If those words sound fun to you, you’ll be delighted to meet Amanda Kenny, the head horse trainer at Medieval Times in Lyndhurst New Jersey, where a surprisingly large chunk of the show focuses on elaborate dressage routines (that’s horse ballet, for you non-equestrians out there). Amanda tells Jord ...…
 
What does open source mean and why would IBM's strategy revolve around it? From the acquisition of Red Hat to supporting humanitarian hacking efforts, we look at why IBM is embracing open source. Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htm And to learn about your ad choices when listening ...…
 
Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre discuss the implications of the lawsuit settlement between Eric Reid, Colin Kaepernick & the NFL. Plus, Magic refuses to talk about Kemba Walker.
 
Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre discuss the implications of the lawsuit settlement between Eric Reid, Colin Kaepernick & the NFL. Plus, Magic refuses to talk about Kemba Walker.
 
Thinking about most of their beers as a triangle, Jason Synan and Mike Renganeschi the brewers behind Hudson Valley Brewery, want to focus on acidity, hops, and botanicals. However, each characteristic doesn’t play the traditional role in their beers that one might expect, and that’s exactly how the brewers want it. Here they discuss their IPAs ...…
 
The GCF’s Executive-Director, Javier Manzanares, was in New York this month to meet UN chief António Guterres and talk to diplomats about the importance and operation of the Fund.When Mr. Manzanares came into to the UN News studios, he said the Fund’s investment message was getting through to UN Member States. Conor Lennon started by asked him ...…
 
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