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Tawsif Anam is nationally published writer, and an award-winning public policy professional and speaker. He is an immigrant from Bangladesh, and now a United States citizen.Tawsif Anam’s writings have appeared in USA Today, Washington Examiner, The Washington Times, The Boston Globe, The Western Journal, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin State Journal, The Capital Times, and more.Tawsif comments on a wide range of topics, ranging from current affairs in politics ...
 
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ANAM Radio

Australian National Academy of Music

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ANAM is dedicated to the training of the most exceptional young classical musicians from Australia and New Zealand. It is a place in which young musicians fulfil their potential as music leaders, distinguished by their skill, imagination and courage, and by their determined contribution to a vibrant music culture. ANAM Musicians share the stage with the world’s finest artists, performing in over 180 concerts and events in venues across Australia. Alumni work in orchestras and chamber ensembl ...
 
Conversations in Grief is a podcast from Anam Cara, an organisation setup by bereaved parents to help themselves and all bereaved parents cope with their Grief and loss, and journey on. In this series we’ll be hearing from parents as they share their own unique stories of their children, and their journey through grief. Anam Cara provides information, resources and bereavement support after the death of a child of any age and through all circumstances. Find out more at www.anamcara.ie Produc ...
 
As a young child growing up in Tibet, Anam Thubten was intent on entering the monastery, where for much of his childhood and young adult life he received the benefit of extensive academic and spiritual training from several teachers in the Nyingma branch of Tibetan Buddhism. He conveys the Dharma with the blessing of teachers Khenpo Chopel, Lama Garwang and others gone before in a lineage of wisdom holders and enlightened masters. During his formative years in Tibet he also developed a speci ...
 
Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of time, these cultures discovered and charted the heavens, developed medicine and unleashed advancements that parallel and, in many cases, surpass our own. Join us and discover our lost history. Armed with the thousands of anomalous archeological discoveries which have not been cover ...
 
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The Writing Life

National Centre for Writing

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We’re a podcast for anyone who writes. Every week we talk to writers about their writing journeys and techniques, from early career debuts to self-publishers and narrative designers. We’ve featured Margaret Atwood, Jackie Kay, Sara Collins, Antti Tuomainen, Val McDermid, Sarah Perry, Elif Shafak and many more! The Writing Life is produced by the National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall in Norwich.
 
Room 2250 is a podcast showcasing the highlights of computer science student life at the University of Toronto. This season, your hosts Chris, Charlie and Vlad will feature awesome guests and discuss their experiences at the University of Toronto. Join us as we learn more about the amazing people at UofT, and maybe even have some laughs along the way. Hosts: Season 1 - Haider and Chris Season 2 - Anam Season 3 - Anujan Season 4 - Chris, Charlie, Vlad
 
#TheChaptersPodcast is a chatty and entertaining listen for lovers of books and agony aunt advice! Hosted by the girls behind Books That Matter, this podcast is all about recommending books to get us through every chapter of life. Listeners write in, the girls deliver advice and the perfect books to get them through! New episodes are available every week, and you can find the girls at @booksthatmatteruk, and can write in with your dilemmas and questions to support@booksthatmatter.co.ukThis p ...
 
Visual art, theatre, film and literature. Segments include: - 'Art Attack' - fortnightly visual arts reviews with Ace Wagstaff and Tai Snaith. - 'Shoot the Messenger' - fortnightly theatre news & reviews with Fleur Kilpatrick. - 'Drawn Out' - monthly chat about comic books and graphic novels with Bernard Caleo. Please email talks@rrr.org.au for all interview requests. About the Presenter Richard Watts has many years experience working in the arts industry, including five years as the Artisti ...
 
The cliché has been that Africa is a potential that has always lived below its expectation. It is a story told of how a continent abundantly flowing with the proverbial milk and honey still wanders in hunger. Yet the African story is not all gloom. Africa is also a story of brilliance, inspiration, fortitude, global breakthroughs, invention and innovation of countries, organizations and individuals that are living hallmarks of a story that is never told; a story of an Africa that is changing ...
 
Join InterVarsity on a digital pilgrimage in the Celtic tradition of Christianity in which those on pilgrimage don’t have a definite destination. You’ll learn to trust God to guide you and journey with you, wherever you are and wherever you’ll be led.
 
The Business Protection Podcast - Keeping Your Business In Business is a podcast for business owners and decision makers alike looking to future proof their businesses. Showcasing solutions to problems you may be aware of but not sure how to mitigate against. Championing employee benefits to help retain valuable staff keeping you ahead of the competition.
 
The Sunday Salon is a podcast celebrating brilliant books and the women who write them, hosted by journalist Alice-Azania Jarvis. Each week she chats to an inspiring female author about her work, her career, how she writes, what she reads and everything in between. This is not some academic textual analysis – it’s about finding the stories behind the stories. Tune in each Sunday to hear from guests including Isabel Allende, Jessie Burton, Holly Bourne, Diana Evans, Elizabeth Day, Nimco Ali a ...
 
Donor Diaries is a podcast about the beauty and messiness of living organ donation. Get ready for some amazing stories about what happens when people decide to share their organs with other people, when people chose to share life. The sharing of kidneys and other organs is an incredibly fascinating topic that teaches a lot about kindness, love, and life! There are over 100,000 people on the kidney transplant waitlist today, and sadly about 13 people die each day waiting for a kidney that the ...
 
How do we raise our kids with joy and wonder in uncertain and – let’s face it – increasingly bleak times? This is the question explored in weekly podcast Brown Baby, hosted by writer (and dad of two) Nikesh Shukla. Inspired by his forthcoming memoir, Brown Baby: A Memoir of Race, Family and Home, each week Nikesh invites fellow parents of brown babies - writers, musicians, chefs, comedians, actors and more - to talk about their parenting journeys and the highs and lows they’ve experienced al ...
 
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Tahmima Anam is an anthropologist and a novelist. She's a big fan of silence and believes it can been harnessed to challenge sexism and expose bad behaviour. We talk about the pros, cons and ethics of genome sequencing for new-borns. A new pilot will be running shortly, so we speak to Vivienne Parry, Head of Engagement at Genomics England and Rebec…
 
In a world exclusive, Kate Bush speaks to Emma Barnett about being discovered by a new generation and making it to number 1 in the UK singles charts 44 years after her first chart-topper Wuthering Heights. Running Up That Hill was first released in 1985 and its use in the Netflix hit series Stranger Things has made Kate Bush a social media and stre…
 
Rafael Videla Eissmann (Chile, 1979) is a historian graduated from Universidad Católica de Chile. He has developed numerous anthropological and ethno- historical investigations on pre-Hispanic America, focusing his studies on mythology and symbols. Rafael is a member of the Berchtesgaden-based Privatinstitut für Welteislehre (“Private Institute of …
 
Novelist and creative writing lecturer Ian Nettleton explains how to structure a novel - the devices and structural elements that can keep readers engaged, and how to ensure your story becomes a page-turner. The episode covers characters’ wants and needs, conflict, obstacles, narrative tension and building a compelling story scene by scene, chapter…
 
On Wednesday the government announced plans to create a new ‘Bill of Rights’ to Parliament, that will replace the current Human Rights Act. It argues that these reforms will ‘reinforce freedom of speech, enable us to deport more foreign offenders and better protect the public from dangerous criminals’. But organisations that work with female victim…
 
The physical and emotional challenges of in vitro fertilisation, or IVF, never fade from your memory - whatever the outcome. But what happens when you have been lucky enough to have a child or children and you still have frozen embryos in storage you are sure you will not use. None of the choices you face are easy – to donate to another couple in n…
 
About the book: • Shows how the certainty of change and loss can support rather than diminish love • Shares practices and meditations to help love endure in the face of loss, disappointment, change, or any of the ways relationships and circumstances are altered by time • Explores how to cultivate gratitude for every expression of love we encounter,…
 
In a world exclusive, today Kate Bush gives Emma Barnett her reaction to being discovered by a new generation and making it to number 1 in the UK singles charts 44 years after her first chart-topper Wuthering Heights. Running Up That Hill was first released in 1985 and its use in the Netflix hit series Stranger Things has made Kate Bush a social me…
 
As we celebrate the summer solstice on the other side of the world it's the shortest day or mid-winter. For the first time the British Antarctic Survey have an all-female team wintering on Bird Island in the sub-Antarctic. Midwinter is a moment of celebration for the teams on sites. The Bird Island Research Station Leader, Imogen Lloyd, joins Emma …
 
The comedians Katherine Ryan and Sara Pascoe have been making headlines in recent weeks following comments they made on Katherine’s new TV show. Both revealed instances when they’ve worked with men they believe to be predatory and despite complaining these men have not been reprimanded. Emma is joined by Kathryn Roberts who quit comedy because of h…
 
Following a two-year investigation into bullying, abuse and discrimination the Whyte Review into British Gymnastics is finally published. We hear from ex-gymnast Claire Heafford, co-founder and campaign director of Gymnasts 4 Change, and Sarah Moore, lawyer and partner at Hausfeld who are acting on behalf of 38 former elite gymnasts against British…
 
For more than half a century a small group of science innovators struggled to convince us that continents were once joined together on the ancient Earth. Then virtually all opposition collapsed when the radical theory of continental drift was widely acknowledged as a major revolution in scientific thinking. But some science innovators continued to …
 
Following a two year investigation into bullying, abuse and discrimination the Whyte Review into British Gymnastics is finally published. We hear from ex-gymnast Claire Heafford, co-founder and campaign director of Gymnasts 4 Change, and Sarah Moore, lawyer and partner at Hausfeld who are acting on behalf of 38 former elite gymnasts against British…
 
Her newspaper only launched 14 weeks before the outbreak of war in Ukraine, but the Kyiv Independent now has over two million followers on Twitter, and has been described by Time Magazine as: "The world's primary source for reliable English-language journalism on the war." Emma speaks to the Editor of the newspaper, Olga Rudenko about the challenge…
 
Emerging Public Leaders (EPL) is a fellowship for African public servants committed to social impact. In this episode, we showcased their approach to nurturing ethical leaders in African governance and strengthening civil service from the bottom-up to accelerate Africa's development and economic growth. Yawa Hansen, Global Executive Director, Moses…
 
The National Gallery of Victoria’s Senior Curator Dr Miranda Wallace talks about this year’s Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition ‘The Picasso Century’; Director of ‘Passing Strange’, Dean Drieberg, along with the show’s Musical Director, Conductor and Keyboardist, Marissa Saroca, discuss the hybrid “rock concert with storytelling” coming to th…
 
Reveals how meditation can be used for emotional growth, releasing trauma, and accessing inner wisdom • Shares 16 guided meditations for neuroaffective brain development and emotional maturation, along with links to online recordings • Explores the stages of emotional development, from childhood to old age, and their potentials for developing new w…
 
Last week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled his "benefits to bricks" plan to tackle the UK housing crisis - the chronic shortage of homes to rent and buy and climbing property prices. According to the charity Shelter at present across the UK there are currently 17.5 million adults without safe, secure or stable homes. If you include children i…
 
The House of Commons is going to become a 'menopause-friendly' employer. Speaker of the Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle said after he signed a Menopause Workplace Pledge yesterday, that he hopes to "break the taboo" around the menopause. Practical adjustments could be included in Westminster, such as well-ventilated rooms and fans, flexible working and …
 
In our first ever episode, we chat about having it all, solo travelling safely, and what it means to be a 'Good Feminist'. #TheChaptersPodcast is a chatty and entertaining listen for lovers of books and agony aunt advice! Hosted by the girls behind Books That Matter, this podcast is all about recommending books to get us through every chapter of li…
 
New research from the Young Women’s Trust paints a bleak picture for many young women as they come out of the pandemic and into the cost of living crisis, with young mums experiencing particular disadvantages. We hear from young mums Charlotte and Jyndi, and speak to Claire Reindorp CEO of the Young Woman’s Trust.Rosie Kinchen found herself deeply …
 
Oscar-winner Dame Emma Thompson on women's pleasure and full frontal nudity in her latest acting role in Good Luck To You, Leo Grande. Are you a 'flusher' or a ‘binner’? New research says 2.4 million tampons are flushed down UK toilets every day leading to sewer blockages and pollution. We talk to Martha Silcott who's developed a simple product to …
 
Explores how our ancestors used shamanic rituals at sacred sites to create portals for communication with nonhuman intelligences Shares supporting evidence from the spiritual and shamanic beliefs of more than 100 Native American tribes Shows how the earliest forms of shamanism began at sites like Qesem Cave in Israel more than 400,000 years ago Fro…
 
Are you a 'flusher' or a ‘binner’? We’re talking about getting rid of tampons and towels. What makes you decide whether to flip that bin lid, or just drop and flush? New research is out which says 2.4 million tampons are flushed down UK toilets every day leading to sewer blockages and pollution. We talk to Martha Silcott who's developed a simple pr…
 
Oscar-winner Dame Emma Thompson has graced our screens for four decades. As an actor, she's played all kinds of women, from her role as Elinor Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility to her heart-breaking Karen in Christmas favourite, Love Actually. But now she's taking on a different kind of acting role. Good Luck To You, Leo Grande tells the story of N…
 
Playwright Damien Millar on directing Bertolt Brecht’s ‘Mother Courage and Her Children’ for a 2022 audience at La Mama Theatre; Belinda Collins, Creative Director of The Social Crew, is back to discuss ‘Under The Surface’, a visual art trail in Gippsland; Co-Writer, Co-Director and Performer Nat Randall draws on elements of film and theatre to exp…
 
A guide to using the Enneagram for harmonious parent-child relationships • Examines each of the 9 Enneagram types as parents, including how to utilize your type’s inherent skills to be a better parent • Explores each of the 9 types as children and teens, including their positive and more challenging traits, their triggers and fears, and how you can…
 
This year marks 20 years since Sarah and Gordon Brown lost their daughter Jennifer, who died ten days after being born seven weeks prematurely. In a search for answers, they founded the Jennifer Brown Research Laboratory in 2004, which looks into the causes and consequences of premature birth. Around 1 in 13 babies in the UK are born prematurely –b…
 
Today I am talking with Carlos KD9OLN, also known as LifeAtTerminalVelocity on YouTube. Carlos has made many appearances on various ham YouTuber livestreams and does what many would argue is the most extreme form of making contacts: While falling from the sky at 125 miles per hour. He's not the first to do this, but he's the one I know. Let's get t…
 
This is a special episode to celebrate our City of Literature programme at the Norfolk & Norwich Festival. As part of the festival, we organised, curated and hosted a series of events at the legendary spiegeltent as well as talks and our publishing fair, here at Dragon Hall. Called Wandering Words, we commissioned five poets and five sound designer…
 
The singer songwriter Joan Armatrading received an Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contemporary Song Collection in 1996. Best known for hits such as Love And Affection, Me Myself I and Drop The Pilot, she has released more than 20 studio albums. Later this week Joan will receive The Music Producers Guild Outstanding Contribution Award. She joins…
 
Can platonic love survive romantic love as we grow up? Emma Barnett talks to to the writer Dolly Alderton about her new BBC TV series, an adaptation of her 2018 memoir ‘Everything I Know About Love’, A round-up of the weekends events for the Queen's platinum jubilee from Roya Nikkah - royal editor of The Sunday Times and Dame Prue Leith on being pa…
 
As the nation celebrates the Queen’s 70 year reign this jubilee weekend we ask what impact will the changes to primogeniture mean for future British monarchs? We hear from five historians, Alison Weir, Lady Antonia Fraser, Jung Chang, Tracey Borman and Kate Williams.Author Julie Myerson’s new book is Nonfiction, a novel about a couple struggling wi…
 
What is the Solar Zenith Passage? Zenith is the highest point in the sky, directly overhead no matter where one stands. Solar zenith passage is the moment when the Sun passes through that very highest point in the sky. Shadows cast directly down at that moment and a perfectly straight stick planted in the ground, referred to as a gnomon, will cast …
 
As the nation celebrates the Queen’s 70 year reign this jubilee weekend we have our own tribute to Her Majesty with a special programme to champion some of the other great Queens in history. Anita Rani brings five eminent historians together to champion their candidate including Lady Antonia Fraser on Marie Antoinette, Kate Williams on Liliʻuokalan…
 
The songwriter and pianist Kate Garner is the daughter of Chas Hodges of Chas and Dave fame. Chas’s mother, Daisy, recorded a special tribute to the Queen for the silver jubilee back in 1977. But to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Kate has decided to continue the family tradition and has penned her own song called Platinum Queen. She perfor…
 
Danish dancer and choreographer, Mette Ingvartsen, talks exploring pornography’s pervasive creep in her performance ’21 Pornographies’ at RISING; Restless Dance Theatre director Michelle Ryan on another RISING favourite ‘Rewards for The Tribe’; Dr James Rule, curatorial research assistant of Palaeontology at Museums Victoria, delves into dinosaurs …
 
A step-by-step guide to using cannabis and prostate massage for multiple male orgasms • Details how to awaken the prostate using internal massage techniques, intention, and microdosing with cannabis • Examines the importance of the prostate as a sex organ and why maintaining its good health is vital for overall wellness and longevity • Explores the…
 
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe talks for the first time to Emma Barnett for this special Woman’s Hour programme.In this exclusive interview she reveals the full story of her imprisonment in Iran. Nazanin explains how she survived solitary confinement, how the love of her daughter kept her alive and what Prime Minster Boris Johnson told her about the rea…
 
Today I am with Jim Perry KN4YCD, also known as FEPLabs Radio on YouTube. Jim is a IT and computer security nerd who is a co-host of Coffee and Ham Radios. He has made many appearances on various livestreams showing his knowledge on oscilloscopes, antenna building, digital modes, and is helping build a multi-mode digital reflector. Links: FEPLabs R…
 
Grease IS the word! We meet actors Olivia Moore and Jocasta Almgill, who are taking on the roles of Sandy and Rizzo in a new production of one of the best-loved musicals of all time.Author Julie Myerson’s new book is Nonfiction, a novel about a couple struggling with a daughter who is addicted to heroin. It's partly inspired by the experience of he…
 
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