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GOOSE Talks

Project GOOSE

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Project GOOSE podcast covers tendering topics and opportunities in Viet Nam, Colombia, Chile, Norway, Japan, and Serbia. Our main focus on those markets will be on Green Economy, Smart Health, ICT, and Smart Cities. Together we will explore the challenges and best practices of tendering featuring experts, buyers, and successful bidders.Learn more at www.projectgoose.euThe content of this podcast represents the views of the author only and is his/her sole responsibility; it cannot be consider ...
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Our podcast is your shower thoughts, the 5am conversations with your friends, and everything in between. We are the only 4 braincells you need ^_^ UTI is hosted by Barchemistry, Nectar Hard Seltzer, Viet Trap, and Little Buns Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/undertheinfluenceshow/support
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It's Always Cool in Mesa is a podcast that shares the stories behind some of Mesa, Arizona's most loved outdoor adventures, culinary treasures, and unique history. From Santa Claus falling to earth at the first Merry Main Street to today’s popular ice rink; a Mesa grocer swimming the dangerous communist infested waters of Viet Nam to paddle boarding down the Salt River; and why the Queen of England purchased plots at the City Cemetery. The stories of Mesa are fascinating!
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Books & Writers · The Creative Process: Novelists, Screenwriters, Playwrights, Poets, Non-fiction Writers & Journalists Talk Writing, Life & Creativity

Novelists, Screenwriters, Playwrights, Poets, Non-fiction Writers & Journalists Talk Writing · Creative Process Original Series

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Books & Writing episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. To listen to ALL arts & creativity episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists & creative thinkers across the Arts & STEM. We discuss their life, work & artistic practice. Winne ...
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KCRW's Life Examined is a one-hour weekly show exploring science, philosophy, faith — and finding meaning in the modern world. The show is hosted by Jonathan Bastian. Please tune in Sundays at 9 a.m., or find it as a podcast.
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The Cousins

The Cousins

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We are a group of 13 cousins speaking on real life situations, current events, and overall good conversation. Hope you enjoy & subscribe. Cover art photo provided by Vu Viet Anh on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@bin1080a
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As an educator, teaching relevant communication to my students is essential. This podcast serves as a learning tool for them, but also for me. I look forward to sharing all sorts of eclectic content from the classroom and life. Cover art photo provided by Vu Viet Anh on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@bin1080a
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Lungcast

American Lung Association & HCPLive

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Join the American Lung Association and HCPLive every month as Dr. Al Rizzo interviews world-leading experts on the great challenges, accomplishments, and stories in respiratory medicine. Get the latest lung health news, including future Lungcast topics and guests, by signing up for our newsletter at Lung.org. (https://www.lung.org)
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Talks with Calista and Cherie

Talks with Calista and Cherie

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Calista, a freshman, and Cherie, a junior, attend Morgan State University. This spring semester, they are both enrolled in Media Literacy (comm 203), taught by Dr. Patton. This podcast will be used for some topic assignments. Cover art photo provided by Vu Viet Anh on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@bin1080a
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The Fandom Nexus

Jeremy "Spider-Pan"

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Come along to our happy place where we can relive favorite childhood memories! Classic TV shows, movies, music, games! We'll even talk about modern things that can make you feel like a kid again!
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Bookwaves/Artwaves presents in-depth interviews with authors of fiction and narrative non-fiction, delving deeply into political and social issues, literary technique, and the life of the author, along with interviews devoted to theatre and film, and archive interviews from Bookwaves and Probabilities. Hosted by Richard Wolinsky.
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The Ordinary Podcast is about the life and learnings of Minh Dang, a 20-something Viet Nam native who is working in the U.S. Minh realizes she loves talking to anything but a person and so this podcast was brought to life to share any and all musing, bits and pieces of her life. Expect deep talk, sarcasm, travelling and excessive enthusiasm for good food. Please do not hesitate to suggest podcast ideas by ping-ing me here: https://www.facebook.com/ddminh99/ Support this podcast: https://podc ...
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A podcast featuring candid, revealing long-form interviews with curious and courageous people about their life and work through the lens of time. Host Spencer Bailey speaks with leading minds on how they think about time broadly and how specific moments in time have shaped who they are today. Explore more at timesensitive.fm
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A podcast posted every Sunday featuring extended interviews and discussions from Bookwaves, Art-Waves, and Bookwaves Artwaves Hour programs on KPFA, and newly digitized and edited archive interviews from the pre-digital Probabilities series dating back to 1977. Literature, theater, film, the visual arts: in-depth interviews from a progressive and artistic viewpoint, with long-time KPFA/Pacifica host Richard Wolinsky.
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Want to know more about the authors behind your favourite books? Tune in to discover the methods of – and inspiration behind – some of the world’s most exciting writers. Every Saturday, Georgina Godwin hosts an in-depth discussion with the person behind the prose.
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Small Talk, Big City Join host Erik Nilsson as he interviews the entrepreneurs, creators, and builders making Salt Lake City the best place it can be. Covering topics such as business, politics, art, food, and more you will get to know the amazing people behind the scenes investing their time and money to improve the place we call home. Follow along for more!
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Imagine you are a Vietnam vet. You put two terms in the heat of the war. When you came home, anger seeped into bitterness. Instead of parades, you face rots. Disillusioned- your fury only escalated. A few years later you hit on a TV Billy Graham Crusade special and responded to Jesus. Then at your church, a guest missionary from The Gospel for Asia shared the present needs of Viet Nam. You could almost hear the voice of the Holy Spirit telling you to go, but you hated the Vietnamese. These a ...
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Being a part of the Vietnamese culture of over 100 million people comes with plenty of history, privilege, honor, and not to mention painful challenges. Join Kenneth Nguyen as he spotlights Vietnamese experience from around the world! Each podcast episode explores the creative process of individuals shaping the diversity of what it means to be Vietnamese--as a local, born and raised, or as a third culture kid. Gain insight on the divisions that separate us politically and culturally. This po ...
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On Jersey2Job, former Virginia Commonwealth and Northern Iowa athletic administrator Nate Clayberg & Northern Iowa basketball alum Adam Viet, discuss the challenges and successes that student-athletes have following their days of competition. The transitions from an identity as an athlete to workplace professional can be difficult and hard to navigate for many. The Podcast will includes conversations with current and former collegiate athletes as well as coaches and athletic directors from s ...
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Life and Art from FT Weekend is the twice-weekly culture podcast of the Financial Times. On Monday, we talk about life, and how to live a good one in one-on-one conversations. On Friday, we talk about ‘art’ – in a chat show. Three FT journalists come together to discuss a new cultural release across film, TV, music and books. Hosted by Lilah Raptopoulos, together with the FT’s award-winning writers and editors, and special guests. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Climbing Majority

Kyle Broxterman & Max Carrier

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Most of today’s climbing media is focused on what happens at the edges of the sport involving the most experienced and talented climbers in the world. Your hosts Kyle Broxterman and Max Carrier believe that most of these stories and experiences do not directly relate to the majority of climbers that now exist. Thanks to gyms, the Olympics, and mainstream media coverage a vast growing group of people are now discovering this magical sport. As a part of this group, they are here to give this n ...
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Each spring, the Pulitzer Prize Board awards fifteen prizes in journalism and eight prizes for books, music, and drama. Rich and insightful discussions lead up to the prize announcements. The Pulitzer on the Road podcast brings the same thought-provoking experience to listeners through discussions between Pulitzer Board members and winning authors and journalists from 2023. Episodes are hosted by Board member Nicole Carroll, professor of practice at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite ...
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Artifice

Artifice Podcast by Emily Merrell

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Great art almost feels like magic—it opens our minds to brand new ideas, and teaches us to see ourselves and our world more clearly. Of course, behind all great art, there are artists. And that’s where the real magic happens… As we go beneath the art itself to explore how different artists do what they do, we see glimpses of the sorts of creativity, resilience, and bravery that lead to the art that moves our world. And maybe we can learn to borrow some of that magic for our very own thinking ...
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Discover your next favourite book, or take a deep dive into the mind of an author you love, with The Shakespeare and Company Interview podcast. Long-form interviews with internationally acclaimed authors, recorded from our bookshop in the heart of Paris. Hosted by S&Co Literary Director, Adam Biles. Discover all our upcoming events here. If you enjoy these conversations, you can order The Shakespeare and Company Book of Interviews here. Past guests include: Ottessa Moshfegh, Ian McEwan, Ali ...
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Holding Heritage champions deeper understanding & appreciation of Chinese-Vietnamese Heritage in North America. We focus on Chinese-Vietnamese refugee stories, family relationships, bridging generational gaps and cultural identity. Explore with us through thoughtful storytelling, open and honest conversation, helpful resources, and fun projects. Thank you so much for listening!
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Tolerance strips away our freedom. Why not do what is necessary and tolerate a lot less. Once you spent the quality time on a difficult subject, you’ll never get it back. Once time is expired, it is gone forever. See life through self compassion and what is necessary to thrive!
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Join us for a conversation with our three seminarians - Dcn. David Ramirez, Dcn. Viet Nguyen, and Dcn. Luis Armas - who are about to be ordained as priests for the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston on Saturday, June 1 at 10 a.m. at the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in downtown Houston. They shared their vocation stories, their calling to the prie…
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Viet Thanh Nguyen’s novel The Sympathizer is a New York Times best seller and won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. The novel has been made into an HBO Series, which is now available on streaming. Viet is a University Professor, the Aerol Arnold Chair of English, and a Professor of English, American Studies and Ethnicity, and Comparative Literature a…
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At age 4, following the fall of Saigon, in 1975, Viet Thanh Nguyen and his family fled Vietnam and came to the U.S. as refugees. Throughout the turmoil and its aftermath, neither he nor his family could have imagined that he would go on to not only become an internationally renowned novelist—winning a Pulitzer Prize in 2016 for his debut novel, The…
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The Sympathizer, directed by Park Chan-wook and starring Robert Downey Jr and Sandra Oh, is one of the top-watched show on HBO right now. But before it was a television series, it was a novel by Viet Thanh Nguyen. Both the book and the series tell the story of the Captain, a communist mole in South Vietnam who comes to the US as a refugee as the Vi…
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A few weeks ago, we welcomed Pulitzer Prizewinner Viet Thanh Nguyen to Shakespeare and Company to discuss his engrossing new work A Man of Two Faces: A Memoir, A History, A Memorial, a book about family, and memory, and storytelling, and history, on all the levels that it impacts upon a life. Buy A Man of Two Faces here: https://www.shakespeareandc…
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Send us a Text Message. Stepping away from the usual buzz of national headlines, we zone in on the heartbeat of our local community with Rachelle Morris, a vibrant force aiming for the at-large seat on the Salt Lake County Council. On the Small Lake City Podcast, we're painting a picture of local governance as Rochelle, a transplant with Texas root…
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In Today's Episode we have Nina Lin! Are SoCal Asians better? Is LA Food better than NYC Food? �� NECTAR HARD SELTZER IS NOW IN 500 NEW STORES: Ralph's & Costco (SoCal), Safeway (NorCal), Target (CA, OR, WA, NYC), Walmart (HI), and MUCH MORE!!!!!! To be alerted when it launches in your city, "SPRING" to 844,624,0991�� ��Find us in SELECT STORES* in…
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“I call myself an apocalyptic optimist. In other words, I do believe there is hope to save ourselves from the climate crisis that we have caused. However, I also believe that saving ourselves will only be possible with a mass mobilization that is driven by the pain and suffering of climate shocks around the world. A generalized sense of extreme ris…
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How can we make the radical social changes needed to address the climate crisis? What kind of large ecological disaster or mass mobilization in the streets needs to take place before we take meaningful climate action? Dana R. Fisher is the Director of the Center for Environment, Community, & Equity and Professor in the School of International Servi…
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Billie Eilish’s new album Hit Me Hard and Soft has been hailed by critics as her best album yet. She describes it as an “album-ass album”, meant to be listened to in its entirety, but it’s also provocative: it takes on fame and body-shaming ("People say I look happy just because I got skinny") and women she wants to please (“I could eat that girl f…
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Last week we were joined by the wonderful Sheila Heti to celebrate the launch of her Alphabetical Diaries. In taking a decade of her journals, sorting the sentences alphabetically, then paring them down to about a tenth of their original length, Sheila Heti has freed a slice of her life from the shackles of time and in doing so has extracted some o…
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After graduating from law school, Minh spent nearly a decade as a litigator at one of the world’s top law firms, where she handled a variety of cases at all levels of the federal judicial system and before state and federal agencies. In 2001, Minh joined the Department of Justice where she served as Counselor to the Assistant Attorney General for C…
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Welcome to The Fandom Nexus! At Planet Comicon in KC this year, Chris Claremont was a guest and I made sure to attend his panel. He’ll talk about his work on X-Men and the comics industry. I couldn’t think of a better way to acknowledge the end of the first season of X-Men ’97 than to talk to the man who inspired most of the original series story a…
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My guest on this week's Book Club podcast is Conn Iggulden, probably the best selling author of historical fiction of our day. This week Conn publishes Nero, the first in a new trilogy about the notorious Roman emperor. He tells me about how he learned to write historical fiction, his years-long path to overnight success, and the advantages (and di…
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Soon to celebrate his 50th birthday by journeying from Paris to Tokyo by car along the Southern Silk Road, the French Moroccan creative director, artist, and entrepreneur Ramdane Touhami says he’s “thirsty for life like it’s just the beginning,” and it shows. Among his 17 (yes, 17) companies are the cult grooming brand Officine Universelle Buly 180…
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Welcome back to part two of our chat with James Barrow! In our last episode, we heard about James' journey as a climber and what events ultimately lead to his most recent achievement: The Complete Towers of the Virgin Traverse. A link up that covers 20 distinct peaks, and 18.5k of elevation gain over 28 miles. The terrain involves runouts upon runo…
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“There’s a lot of greenwashing that's going on these days. It is great marketing. And that was really the reason why I wrote this book. I had started to see the patterns. You can start to tell them the companies that are genuinely doing it versus the companies that are just talking about it. So that was one indicator, you know, a company that would…
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What is regenerative business? How can we create a business mindset that addresses social, economic and environmental issues? Esha Chhabra has written for national and international publications over the last 15 years, focusing on global development, the environment, and the intersection of business and impact. Her work has been featured in The New…
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Individually they were just like those guys who like to hang around the comic book shop and talk comics but together they form EMX! In this eXplicit, uncut and unedited episode of EMX we review Marvel Comics X-Men books of April 2024. Dead X-Men (2024) #4 Fall of the House of X (2024) #4 Invincible Iron Man (2022) #17 Ms. Marvel Mutant Menace (2024…
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Episode 135 The boys are back!! In this episode Corwin gets defensive about Casandra Nova then agrees to sell the podcast for seven figures. Meanwhile Scott has many questions for Robert Kirkman on his choices, then recites all of Skottie Young’s Deadpool run from memory. They digest the new Deadpool trailer, and either this bit is hilarious or edi…
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After more than 25 years reviewing art, the Financial Times’ US art critic Ariella Budick is full of sage advice on how to approach museums and exhibitions, and how to discover our personal taste. Her biggest tip is that art is a form of communication, “a cry in the wilderness”, and “you’re just listening”. So don’t run to the wall label and forget…
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ilde Goncalves Born in Venezuela from Portuguese parents, ilde grew up traveling between the two continents and the two cultures. He was influenced by fashion at early age as his mom worked as seamstress and later managed a menswear clothing factory where ilde had his first job assisting his mother and starts experimenting creating clothes and play…
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Paul Auster (1947-2024), in conversation with host Richard Wolinsky, recorded October 2, 2002 while on tour for his novel “The Book of Illusions.” Paul Auster, who died on April 30th, 2024 was a world-renowned novelist, memoirist, and film-maker whose works were translated into forty languages. His career as a writer began with a well-received memo…
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Award-winning Scottish author and editor at large at the ‘London Review of Books’, Andrew O’Hagan has spent the past decade working on his state-of-the-nation novel, ‘Caledonian Road’. Employing the traditions of Victorian writing, his research took him to the homes of Russian oligarchs, the Old Bailey and even a ship from Venice to Trieste. Here, …
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Send us a Text Message. As the sizzle of Viet Pham's signature fried chicken fills the air, my taste buds tingle in anticipation of the story behind his journey from a Malaysian refugee camp to the heights of culinary fame. Alongside his wife Alexis, Viet unfurls the tapestry of his life, from early days flavored by Vietnamese home cooking to the h…
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NECTAR IS OFFICIALLY IN EVERY FRED MEYER IN WASHINGTON To celebrate, we are having a meeting and greet and throwing a phat party in Seattle May 17 & 18. Send "SEATTLE" to 844-624-0991 for all the details In Today's Episode we discuss Johnnie's start on YouTube, meeting Jake Webber, and fighting depression and traum…
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This week, we're talking about 'La chimera', directed by Alice Rohrwacher and starring Josh O'Connor and Isabella Rossellini. The film follows a band of graverobbers on a quest for Etruscan treasures. But there's also a darker, more melancholy plot that makes you question what’s real and what’s symbolism. The FT's global head of audio Cheryl Brumle…
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