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Next Question with Katie Couric is back for a new season! From big names to big minds and big hearts, Katie sits down (virtually) with some interesting and exciting people — experts who are helping us get to a post-COVID world (can you even imagine?!), as well as actors, authors, politicians and creatives who are trying to work, parent, and survive, this pandemic year. We’ll talk about the tough moments and the trauma of it all, but we’ll find some levity and joy, too, as we inch toward the ...
 
Amanda Palmer is a rock star, best-selling author, TED speaker and community leader who does everything on her own terms simply by asking. Now, she turns the tables on her colleagues and heroes to find out how they create art, love difficult people, work for change, and survive the worst moments of their lives. From porn stars to empathy researchers, and cartoonists to climate scientists, no topic is out of bounds.
 
To The Best Of Our Knowledge is a nationally-syndicated, Peabody award-winning public radio show that dives headlong into the deeper end of ideas. We have conversations with novelists and poets, scientists and software engineers, journalists and historians, filmmakers and philosophers, artists and activists — people with big ideas and a passion to share them. For more from the TTBOOK team, visit us at ttbook.org.
 
From the white suburbs of Texas to the hood-adjacent streets of New Jersey, Justin & Donté are truly Polar Opposites! When they’re not arguing about who’s invited to the cookout, they spend time dragging your favorite politicians, tackling uncomfortable topics, and speaking truth about all things pop culture, race, entertainment, & life. Join them weekly as they speak honestly about navigating the world as young black men while sparking conversations that are relatable, funny and NECESSARY. ...
 
There are a lot of fads, blogs and strong opinions, but then there’s SCIENCE. Science Vs is the show from Gimlet that finds out what’s fact, what’s not, and what’s somewhere in between. We do the hard work of sifting through all the science so you don't have to and cover everything from 5G and Pandemics, to Vaping and Fasting Diets.
 
Each week will talk to young people who are doing great things in their community. Or how they have overcome failure, or health issues, and so on. What have they learned from life’s lessons that they can pass along to everybody? We will also talk to some adults who are doing great things for young people in their community. Why are we doing this? Because, as a youth charity, we have worked with some great young people over the years. They are the unsung heroes. It seems that we can hear your ...
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, and more for children. Published by Harper & Brothers, known for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. - Summary by Jill Engle
 
The Ground Shots Podcast is an audio project exploring our relationship to ecology through conversations and storytelling with artists, ecologists, farmers, activists, story-tellers, land-tenders and more. How do we do our work in the modern age, when the urgency of ecological and social collapse feels looming? How do we creatively and whole-heartedly navigate our relationships with one another and the land?
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories,fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, and more for children. Published by Harper & Brothers, known for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. - Summary by Jill Engle
 
Hosted by Emma Havighorst, Generation Slay is an interview show featuring the Gen Z entrepreneurs, creatives, and innovators who are killing it in their fields. Each week Emma takes on a new topic and interviewee to learn how they've achieved so much at such a young age, what motivates them, and how you can do all of it too.
 
The Jesus Is My Hashtag Podcast is where positive youth development and youth ministry intersect. Host Deb Schroeder will tap into her 27 years of training and experience in working with young people to discuss building relationships with youth, helping them explore and grow in their faith, and strategies for guiding them as they develop the skills and abilities necessary to transition successfully through adolescence and into adulthood. Whether you are a youth ministry volunteer, a youth pa ...
 
Welcome to UNDER 30, the podcast series by the EU-Council of Europe youth partnership that brings research results, explores trends in young people's lives and themes relevant for youth policy and practice. The EU-CoE youth partnership is a co-operation programme between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth, created in 1998, connecting youth research, policy and practice.
 
Join Amber, Gloria and Wendy as they uncover and explore uncomfortable, complicated and sometimes wonderful workplace truths. Influencers in their own right, these podcast hosts get candid with HR movers and shakers about how they translate intent into action in their organizations. Culture, compliance, equity—nothing's off the table! This is a podcast approved for SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP recertification PDCs. Details are inside each qualifying mini-series episode.
 
Coronavirus! Climate! Brexit! Trump! Politics has never been more unpredictable, more alarming or more interesting: Talking Politics is the podcast that tries to make sense of it all. Every week David Runciman and Helen Thompson talk to the most interesting people around about the ideas and events that shape our world: from history to economics, from philosophy to fiction. What does the future hold? Can democracy survive? How crazy will it get? This is the political conversation that matters ...
 
Life isn't always bright and shiny, as Kate Bowler knows. Kate is a young mother, writer and professor who, at age 35, was suddenly diagnosed with Stage IV cancer. In, warm, insightful, often funny conversations, Kate talks with people about what they've learned in dark times. Kate teaches at Duke Divinity School and is author of "Everything Happens for a Reason (And Other Lies I've Loved)." Find her online at @katecbowler.
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, craft projects, and more for children. This ninth issue of the serial was published on December 30, 1879. Published by Harper & Brothers, known today for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. Illustrations for this issue may be viewed in the Project Gutenberg ebook.( ...
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, craft projects, and more for children. This eighth issue of the serial was published on December 23, 1879 and contained expanded content and improvements to the printed format. Published by Harper & Brothers, known today for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. The ...
 
How does music help to engage disaffected or disadvantaged young people? How can taking to the streets help build rapport with the youth community? This album is packed with positive examples of youths who've turned their lives around with the help of youth workers. At Madcap Arts they build self-esteem through making music, and The Factory street project meets young people on their own ground and offers a chance for personal growth through exciting activities and teamwork. The tracks offer ...
 
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Health Canada has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for people aged 12 and up, leaving many eager to get the shot, but waiting to see how the provinces will roll out it. We talk to Estora Marshall, a 17-year-old who works in a grocery store in Toronto; Anne Belanger in B.C., whose 15-year-old son has a health condition that leaves him v…
 
Welcome to Under 30, the podcast series by the Youth Partnership that brings the research results, explores trends in young people's lives and themes relevant for youth policy and practice. The EU-Council of Europe has done research on the topic of young people, social inclusion and digitalisation in 2019 and has recently published the youth knowle…
 
How to keep young people safe from abuse in clubs and sporting organisations. Plus an Aboriginal epidemiologist seeks to quantify the connection between culture and the health and wellbeing of First Nations Australians, and an old shipping route with a dark past is revived in order to pass on history and culture, and train a new generation of sailo…
 
In this episode: The effects of 2020 on young people Emerging new trends in substance use/abuse: Vaping, 'nanging', cannabis and more Implications for schools, and for us as societal members, to help young people overcome this Host: Andrew Fuller, Clinical psychologist and family therapist, speaker and creator of Learning Strengths Guest: Paul Dill…
 
A prominent Jesuit has called for a return to banning the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM). Jesuit Thomas Reese (former editor-in-chief of Jesuit magazine “America”) has called for bishops to have the authority to ban the Traditional Latin Mass: “It is time to return to bishops the authority over the Tridentine liturgy in their dioceses. The church nee…
 
This podcast episode takes us back to the Youth Development Construction Site. I spend time exploring the 2nd Aspect of Identity -- Self Worth. All young people need to develop Self Worth. I offer 5 strategies to that you can use to help build the self worth of the young people in your life. If you missed Episode 7: Identifying 12 Fundamental Devel…
 
Dominion Energy has a youth writing contest dedicated to African-American historical figures who have shaped South Carolina history and participating youth could win prizes for themselves and their school. Check out how Dr.Nandi Marshall of Healthy Savannah is working to advance workplace lactation policies and community support of breastfeeding in…
 
Minnesota, United States: Emily Fulton-Foley’s passion is uplifting youth voice and youth power in areas usually dominated by adults. She artfully empowers young people to channel their passion to impact positive change in the world. She reminds us of the power of empathy and acceptance. When we accept that there’s no one right way to be, we allow …
 
Germany’s Catholic clergy are defying a recent Holy See pronouncement backed by Pope Francis regarding the blessing of unions contrary to Catholic moral teaching. The statement said “God cannot bless sin.” The clergy have said that they WILL bless such unions at services in about 100 different churches throughout Germany. Dr. Taylor Marshall gives …
 
In this premiere to Season 4 of Honest HR, hosts Gloria Sinclair Miller, Amber Clayton and Wendy Fong share stories on unexpected impacts of COVID-19, and Amber leads a discussion on the first 100 days of the new presidential administration and what it means for businesses and employees. EARN SHRM RECERTIFICATION PDCs FOR LISTENING Episodes of Hone…
 
Minnesota, United States: Nancy Hlee Vang has learned to transform tragedies and trauma into empowerment. She found her calling to youth work during a college work study assignment serving elementary school youth. Now she is the mentor to young people that she always wished she’d had. And her greatest reward is seeing her young people grow as a res…
 
A new Gallup survey found that the proportion of Americans who consider themselves members of a church, synagogue, or mosque has dropped below 50% for the first time in American history. In 1999, around 70% of Americans attended a church, synagogue, or mosque--today it's just 47%. Bishop Barron and Brandon discuss these results, what they mean, and…
 
In this podcast Andrew Fuller will chat with Rod Dungan to gain an in-depth look at the model of wellbeing developed for Brentwood Secondary College that is being replicated and rolled out in schools across the country. A look at the system that places students into teams to navigate friendship, anxiety, family issues and education Key factors to i…
 
You might have taken a selfie when you got your COVID-19 vaccine, but would you write a poem to mark the occasion? David Hassler is co-leader of the Global Vaccine Poem, which asks people to reflect on the pandemic and receiving their shot, and put those feelings into a few lines of verse. We also hear from Laura Wood in Owen Sound, Ont., who is am…
 
The new documentary It Is Not Over Yet looks at Dagmarsminde, a care home for dementia patients in Denmark. The home's founder, May Bjerre Eiby, tells us about their alternative approach to care — one that's rooted in compassion, minimal medication and creating a sense of community through hugs, nature, cake and cocktails.…
 
Every year, the Federal Budget raises hopes that funding for particular parts of our system will be increased. While the Federal Government has signalled it will respond to recent inquiries into mental health in this and future budgets, some are worried that any increases will not be enough to deal with growing pressure on the system. Experts and l…
 
Better late than never... Remember what's important to ya! Free shipping on your first order with Flat Essentials: https://flatessentials.co.nz/discount/ellenave or use 'ellenave' at checkout Find more of Ellen Ave here: @ellenave_ // https://www.tiktok.com/@ellenave_ // ellenave.com Shot for listening - if you're on Apple Podcasts please take 29 s…
 
We owe our past and future existence on Earth to fungi. Some can heal you, some can kill you, and some can change you forever. And the people who love them are convinced that mushrooms explain the world. Original Air Date: June 08, 2019 Guests: Lawrence Millman — Paul Stamets — Eugenia Bone — Michael Pollan — Dennis McKenna — Robin Carhart-Harris I…
 
We lied! An episode was supposed to be released to coincide with this clip but we had to take a mental break this week. As I was editing the episode, I didn't want to rush something out for the sake of consistency. You guys know that we hate to miss a week even if it doesn't happen that often. We appreciate you all and we promise to make it up to y…
 
The opioid crisis has taken many lives in Kainai First Nation, in southern Alberta, but a new documentary, Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy, explores how the community is overcoming the crisis by redefining what harm reduction means. We talk to filmmaker Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, and her mother, Dr. Esther Tailfeathers, who is a family phy…
 
Despite a fourth wave of COVID-19 and a state of emergency in Tokyo, the Summer Olympics are going ahead. We talk to Satoko Itani, professor of sports and gender studies at Osaka's Kansai University, about growing local opposition. And two Canadian athletes — runner Madeleine Kelly and swimmer Sydney Pickrem — discuss how the pandemic has impacted …
 
Dr. Peter Hotez is developing a new COVID-19 vaccine that could cost less than $2 per dose — far cheaper than most other vaccines against the virus. Hotez, the co-director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children's Hospital, joins us to discuss his efforts to create an easily-produced, affordable vaccine, and why manufacturing around…
 
Did Pope John Paul II Kiss the Koran? On 14 May 1999, Pope John Paul II both bowed to and kissed the Koran. Many have claimed that it was actually a copy of the Chaldean Book of the Gospels, but Archbishop Raphael I Bidawid, Chaldean Catholic Patriarch of Bagdad, later said that John Paul II both bowed to and kissed the Quran presented to him by a …
 
On this episode of Perfectly Obstinate People, Kathy Kolbe explores the overlooked and underutilized facets of the Kolbe Theory - explaining the history and value behind the Kolbe B(™) Index and Kolbe C(™) Index. Tune in for insight into how you can maximize the value you bring to others in your consulting work. For more information on the products…
 
The economic implications of India's second COVID wave. Plus, revenue is up at Netflix Australia after we binged on shows during pandemic lockdowns. Despite the boost in revenue, the streaming giant paid only $553,705 in local income tax. It’s legal but there may be tax changes on the way. And the power of quotas and why Australia needs them.Guests…
 
Today, under cover of darkness, we're hunting buried treasure. This is a wild romp through one of the oldest science experiments in the world. And at first, everything was going to plan. Scientists had a secret map, headlamps, shovels … but then — out of nowhere — something got in the way. We go on this journey with plant biologists Professor Frank…
 
Best-selling author Michael Lewis has a knack for extracting page-turning drama out of otherwise mundane and complicated subjects (hello, bond trading and baseball stats). Several of those books have been so good they’ve been turned into award-winning dramas starring half of Hollywood (hello, “The Big Short” and “Moneyball). And now, Lewis takes a …
 
We talk to Michael Lewis about his new book The Premonition, which tells the story of the people who saw the pandemic coming and asks why they couldn't get a hearing. It's a tale of short-term failures and long-term trends in US government and it follows on from his previous book about the risks America has been running in hollowing out the adminis…
 
Learn about the Bluffton Boys and Girls club job fair taking place on May 20th for teens and young adults, learn more here https://www.bgcbluffton.org/jobfair. If you are a local artisan or vendor check out the Low Country Made Springfest taking place in June at Tanger Outlets in Hilton Head, sign your business up to be a part here https://lcmade.c…
 
Alberta's per-capita COVID-19 case count became the highest in North America this week, as hundreds attended anti-lockdown protests and Premier Jason Kenney announced new restrictions. We talk to Dr. Gabriel Fabreau about what he's seeing at his hospital; and we discuss the political leadership in the crisis with Tim Caulfield, Canada research chai…
 
War in Ethiopia's Tigray region continues, with millions fleeing for refugee camps and some observers calling the unfolding events a genocide. Dr. Tefera Tedros, a Tigrayan refugee currently living in a refugee camp in Sudan, describes the violence he's seen; and we learn about how the conflict arose with Haileselassie Medhin, an Ethiopian research…
 
Comments from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization about "preferred" vaccines have caused confusion among Canadians, who were told for months that the best vaccine is the one you can get first. Sabina Vohra-Miller, founder of the Unambiguous Science website, joins us to address that confusion and discuss why the mixed messaging by variou…
 
Catholic Churches in California are receiving systematic “black paint” desecrations to defile statues of Christ our Lord and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Meanwhile churches on fire in France. Dr. Taylor Marshall proposes the First 5 Saturday Devotion, the 3 stages of persecution, and how to respond. Watch this new podcast episode by clicking here: Or l…
 
The pen is mightier than the laptop when it comes to notetaking. Or so we used to think. Daryl O’Connor, Professor of Psychology at the University of Leeds, breaks the news to Claudia Hammond that one of her favourite studies showing writing notes rather than typing them is best, hasn’t been replicated. Apparently it’s how much you write – on a com…
 
Episode #59 of the Ground Shots Podcast is a conversation with Professor Matt Chew, and is hosted by Kollibri terre Sonnenblume, Nikki Hill and Gabe Crawford. Dubbed a ‘gadfly of invasion biology’ by Scientific American, Matt Chew is known for critiquing ecology’s overreliance on societal metaphors and conservationists’ misapplication of notions li…
 
In this podcast episode, I talk about the importance of helping young people to develop Responsibility and Autonomy. I share 9 strategies you can use to help young people build this developmental outcome. If you are interested in a pdf file of the 9 strategies, CLICK HERE. In the podcast, I also referenced Episode 8 (Safety and Structure for Youth)…
 
The third wave of COVID-19 is battering the city of Brampton in Ontario's Peel Region, where many essential workers have weathered the pandemic without paid sick days. We hear the stories of people living and working on the front lines of the crisis, and talk to those trying to help. Plus, we discuss the systemic inequity the city faces, and how th…
 
We talk to Stewart Brand, whose remarkable life and career are the subject of the documentary We Are As Gods. Brand created the Whole Earth Catalog, and is considered a key figure in the creation of the 1960s counter-culture, as well as an influence on the environmental movement and the rise of personal computing. He tells us about that work, and o…
 
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