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Best Annie McLoughlin podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Annie McLoughlin podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Your half hour of local film news, conversations with film makers and explorations into how they bring their ideas to life on screen. Showreel promises an exciting package of film information that will set your ears buzzing.
 
It was psychologist Abraham Maslow who said "A first-rate soup is more creative than a second-rate painting." That was the inspiration for this podcast. More than ever the world of work is a heady mix of people, behaviour, events and challenges. When the blend is right it can be first-rate. Behavioural science & psychology has a lot to offer in terms of recipes, ingredients, seasoning, spices & utensils - welcome to People Soup.
 
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Season 3 Episode 28It was great to welcome Shane to People Soup. Blimey what an interesting fella.He's currently a lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University after completing his PhD at the University of Chichester.Shane's interested in exploring the potential in merging the fields of behavioural analysis and differential psychology. He really se…
 
First up we go down to Gippsland stopping at Morewell for a word with Wendy Farmer from Voices of the Valley to talk about the end of the Hazelwood power station but more particularly the end of the court cases against the companies behind the run away fire and its affects in 2014 that burned for 45 days and still affects residents today.We hear fr…
 
This week we interview Linda and Austin from the ASU about the situation for laid off workers at the Geelong Regional Library. You can support laid off casuals at the Geelong Library by contributing to their Go Fund Me campaign here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-outofwork-geelong-regional-library-staffLater we have a chat with RAFFWU secretar…
 
We start this morning with a chat with Alexander Dunlap about his article End the green delusions: industrial scale -renewable energy is fossil fuel plus.Followup with a critque of his article and the film Planet of the Humans by a fellow 3cr broadcaster from Friday Breakfast Zane Alcorn.In the final half hour of the program we actually will return…
 
Today we hear from:the Refugee Action Collective/Tax Justice Australia /Despatches from East Gippsland honours Deb Foskey /This is the Week that Was/ Don Sutherland & workers role in kick starting manufacturing in AustraliaBy Annie McLoughlin, Mark Zirnsak, Chris Breen, Lucy Horan, Craig Foster, Kevin Healey, Fiona York, Deb Foskey, Don Sutherland
 
Season 3 Episode 27P-Soupers – this week we have an experimental episode – it started with a conversation with Louise Gardner – aka – my ACT Auntie and your ACT Auntie – where we were reminiscing about our childhood TV and in particular an animation called Mr Benn – which made us decide to record a conversation – well I say conversation – you may f…
 
Today we are going to swim in history. And the reason I am taking this tack this morning is because all week in covid stay at home I have been worrying over how we deal with the issues of inequality and climate degradation after covid when clearly the strong arm of big business influence on Government is in the ascendancy.Reading Dr Liam Byrne's ne…
 
Unemployed during Covid II Trevor Hendly was made unemployed when the general closure of businesses took place at the beginning of the Covid-19 shut down. He gives us a look at what his life is like despite the Federal Government announcements concerning jobkeeper and jobseeker.ideas for a better future IIHealing Haiku II a second despactch from Ea…
 
Season 3 Episode 26Or...All about Organisational Flexibility.I’m starting with a quote from Walt Whitman today – “I am large, I contain multitudes."I think this quote encapsulates the complexity of both organisations AND the people within themHere's part 2 of my conversation with Dr Annie Gascoyne. In part one we heard about Annie’s fascinating car…
 
- Zero Waste no incinerators - Dr Paul Connett- East Gippsland report (Goongerah CRC) after the fires and the road to healing in troubled times- Chris Breen (Refugee Action Collective - Victoria) on the Police action against car protest for Refugees - UWU discussion paper putting workers at centre of covid-19 response…
 
Season 3 Episode 25Today's episode is part 1 of my conversation with Dr Annie Gascoyne. Annie’s PhD research explored psychological flexibility AND organisational flexibility and we’ll explore that in much more detail next week. In this episode we hear about Annie’s fascinating career history, it’s varied and spans radically different organisations…
 
- Gillian Blair, former Greens Candidate in the Western District of Victoria talks on-shore gas drilling and Covid-19.- Bevan Ramsden from Independant Peaceful Australia Network talks about the IPAN support for the United Nations call for the cessation of war during pandemic- Sue Bolton, Moreland Concillor, talks about a council response to covid-1…
 
News wrap-up- Robert Car talks about the May 1 Movement and their action last week in Sydney in support of 180 Ferry workers stood down- Peter Curtis talks about what the Australian Education Union (AEU) have been doing to protect teachers during the covid-19 shut down in Canberra- Matt Kunkel from the Migrant Workers Centre talks about why the Fed…
 
Season 3 Episode 24Hey P-Soupers - I almost called this episode 'Help, my caveman brain's on fire' but I thought that might be a bit niche.This is a check in with our previous guest, behaviour change expert, Registered Clinical Psychologist and author, Dr Dayna Lee-Baggley.We check-in on a whole range of topics to support ourselves and each other i…
 
Solidarity Breakfast 28-03-2020- The crisis at Centrelink we speak with Ollie from Australian Unemployed Workers Union on why MyGov was always going to crash as unemployment is tipped at 15% as a result of mass sackings with Covid-19.- Explosive new information about the helium bonanaza in the Timor Sea that is feeding the pockets of Multi National…
 
Season 3 Episode 23 Hey P-Soupers! I wanted to present a simple and useful resource for these extraordinary times and I also bring a very special guest - my 84 year old Dad, Big G. We have a chat about Basic Psychological Needs Theory which states that people strive to satisfy three innate needs, namely autonomy, belonging and competence (in every …
 
Climate Angels in court II The Climate Guardians who were staging a quiet lunch time vigil outside the Herald & Weekly Times building last year are being taken to court for trepass and besetting a building. We talk to Deborah Hart.On shore Gas Drilling II The Victorian Government has announced the introduction of legislation to allow on-shore gas d…
 
Season 3 Episode 22It's Part 2 of my conversation with Dr Ian Tyndall. He's a cognitive-behavioural psychologist at the University of Chichester and is the head honcho of the Functional Behavioural Science Laboratory. In part two we delve into Ian’s research – we cover ostracism, SMART brain training for kids and adults which is fabulous work with …
 
7.30 amRefugee Action collective Victoria's Marg Sinclair speaks to us about the Refugees from Manus and Nauru who arriving through the Medivac legislation for medical treatment have been kept stranded in hotels for months.7.50 over the WallNo Cashless Welfare Card8.00Samantha Ratnam leader of the Victorian Greens talks about the Senate inquiry int…
 
Season 3 Episode 21On Friday I had the great opportunity to visit the University of Chichester and speak to some of their Masters Students about ACT in the workplace and coaching. I was invited by Ian Tyndall, who is a cognitive behavioural psychologist and senior lecturer there, as well as running the Functional Behavioural Science Laboratory. Of …
 
Season 3 Episode 20It's another 'on the road' recording. What do Flaxintosh do on the road? I’d come across a poem that I wanted to share with Paul – we often use poetry in our training – this one was a magnificent metaphor-laden masterpiece by David Whyte – in turn – later in the evening, Paul shared his favourite poem over dinner. That’s what rea…
 
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