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Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. Host Erik Rivenes interviews authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and the stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
In The Current Rewind’s second season, we’re tracing the 50-year history of Minneapolis club First Avenue, using 10 pivotal dates to explore how a city, a scene, and popular music have evolved since the dawn of the ’70s. The Current’s Cecilia Johnson and Mark Wheat — along with special guest hosts like Craig Finn, Jay Smooth, and Sun Yung Shin — will meet you at the barricades for opening night, drop in on life-changing shows, and take an inside look at the present-day #SaveOurStages campaign.
 
Navigating life in our modern, fast paced world as a highly sensitive person. Anita and Cecilia are both highly sensitive people, trying to make sense of themselves and the world around them. They're on similar journeys of self-discovery, and invite you along for the ride as they share their thoughts and perceptions. http://www.sensitivepodcast.weebly.com
 
Bienvenidos a la versión en audio de los videos de Sportiva en YouTube. Somos una cápsula informativa sobre fútbol internacional y otros deportes. 🔔 ¡Suscríbanse al podcast y al canal de YouTube! ☕️ Apoyen nuestro proyecto comprándonos uno o más cafés: http://buymeacoffee.com/sportiva Conducción y Producción Periodística: Cecilia Lagos. Producción Audiovisual: Azero TV. This is the audio version of the Sportiva videos on YouTube. We talk mostly about international football. We'll have more c ...
 
Plot twists don’t just happen in novels or the movies, they show up in our everyday lives, whether we want them or not. Each week Dr. Cecilia Dintino and Psychotherapist Hannah Murray Starobin will speak with women who have twisted their plots and discovered that life after 50 can be filled with imagination, inspiration, laughter, and endless possibilities.
 
Cecilia Edwards is a strategy consultant, coach and author equipping people to use the power they already possess to have maximum impact in their lives, organizations and the world.There is an elite group of consultants at the top of the $300 billion strategy consulting industry, that support the Fortune 500, Global 1000, and other high performing companies. These firms, such as The Boston Consulting Group and McKinsey & Co., have spent nearly 45 years perfecting the craft of strategy for th ...
 
Criminal is a podcast about crime. Not so much the "if it bleeds, it leads," kind of crime. Something a little more complex. Stories of people who've done wrong, been wronged, and/or gotten caught somewhere in the middle. We are a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX, a curated network of extraordinary, story-driven shows. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.
 
Walkabout Radio is a continuation of the company which seeks to develop brands from a different perspective - by saturating identity through culture, space and linguistics. Founder & Principal of Walkabout, Cecilia Lona interviews innovative creatives and professionals who discuss the impact of culture on human progression and evaluates the current cultural landscape with regard to their successes. Explore the personal experiences of industry icons and artists, their struggles, their strengt ...
 
This is the fourth and final novel by Fanny Burney, the author of Evelina, Cecilia, and Camilla. "Who is "Miss Ellis?" Why did she board a ship from France to England at the beginning of the French revolution? Anyway, the loss of her purse made this strange "wanderer" dependent upon the charity of some good people and, of course, bad ones. But she always comforts herself by reminding herself that it's better than "what might have been..." This is not only a mystery, not at all. It's also a r ...
 
This is a story by the English writer Mary Elizabeth Hawker (1848-1908) entitled Mademoiselle Ixe, by[pseudonym] Lanoe Falconer. The manuscript had been previously rejected by many publishers. The heroine is a governess in an English country house. The mystery is cleverly handled, and the artistic treatment showed a delicacy and refinement which were uncommon in English writers of short stories. The Saturday Review declared it to be 'one of the finest short stories in England.' Success was g ...
 
Encore Houston is a weekly show featuring a concert recording from a local ensemble or performance organization in Houston. Each episode features the concert and brief commentary from host Joshua Zinn, with a preview of an upcoming performance by the featured organization at the end of the program.
 
Pull up a seat at the leaders’ table, and join the conversation about making lasting change for kids & communities. 'The Leaders’ Table' podcast surfaces stories from education policy makers, their personal insights on leadership, and the tools & practices that make them successful.An official podcast for Leadership for Educational Equity. For more info, visit www.educationalequity.org or email leaderstable@educationalequity.org.
 
Valeria Karter is a very young talented artist who isn’t only dj, she is also producer. He studies at the conservatory of saint cecilia electronic music and Drums. Valeria starts her career at 20 years old in the clubs of the Italian coast. It is the meeting with Anny D, her mentor in profession, who will begin a decisive turn in her career. From now on, the doors of the most prestigious Italian and international clubs open to her. Model magazine, radio, newspaper : Valeria is everywhere. Sh ...
 
Excerpts from new plays by female playwrights. Necessary Exposure: The Female Playwright Project is a portrait and sound installation which seeks to bring visibilty to playwrights who identify as female. Through portraits and podcasts we bring awareness to what remains to be widely seen and heard.Photography and concept by Jody Christopherson.Sound plays recorded and designed by Natalie Johnsonius Neubert
 
Dream The Impossible, Take Action, Take FL1GHT! Join Mark Whittle (@markwhittle_tf), as he shines the spotlight on the UK's greatest success stories. Listen to conversations with some of the highest achievers, from entrepreneurs and elite athletes, to adventurers and all round hustlers. Expect raw, actionable advice that you can incorporate into your own life, to drive you closer to your goals. If you are a high achiever and love taking inspiration from others, or are aspiring to be greater ...
 
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Founders of a "ground-breaking" new app launching in Auckland today are promising to put New Zealand on the map for providing the best healthcare in the world. It comes after reports of a looming healthcare crisis with nearly half of the country's GPs expected to retire in the next eight years. Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit New Zealand, there hav…
 
"S" is for St. Cecilia Society. Named for the patron saint of music, the St. Cecilia Society of Charleston was formed in 1766 as a private subscription concert organization. Its musical patronage ended in 1820, but the society continued to flourish into the twenty-first century as one of South Carolina’s oldest and most exclusive social institution…
 
Cecilia is the co-founder of RWL ( https://www.resultswellnesslifestyle.com/ ) along side business partner Lucy Mecklenburgh, a celebrity personal trainer and huge inspiration to so many. Born in Paris, Cecilia grew up in Tunisia, New York and Miami before coming to London in the 1990's, and finally settling in Essex. Cecilia’s younger years were s…
 
Even before becoming the longest running, first-ever Latina domestic policy advisor for President Barack Obama, Cecilia Muñoz had dedicated decades to advocacy for the Latinx community and immigrants’ rights. At the leaders' table, Cecilia shares personal stories and professional strategies from her time in the White House, and empowering lessons f…
 
"V" is for Verner, Elizabeth O’Neill (1833-1979). Artist. A native of Charleston, Verner attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Returning home, she emerged as a leading figure of the Charleston Renaissance. Early in her career, she focused on etchings of Charleston street scenes that depicted the city’s architectural heritage and Afric…
 
The Greens have made it clear today they want to be part of the Labour-led Government - not just observers from the sidelines. The co-leaders of the party have again today met with the Prime Minister and her senior team. Marama Davidson believes they're almost there. Davidson says they're making good progress and with all the to-ing and fro-ing ove…
 
The World Health Organisation says that the daily death toll in Europe from Covid-19 is up by nearly 40 percent. Italy on Tuesday local time registered nearly 22,000 confirmed coronavirus cases since the previous day, its highest one-day total in the pandemic. The Health Ministry reported 221 more deaths. The last several nights have seen protests …
 
My guest on this episode has a very personal connection to the subject of his many decades of research. His great-grandfather was a member of one of the Peaky Blinders gangs that terrorized the city of Birmingham in the late 1800s. British historian Carl Chinn, author of "Peaky Blinders: The Real Story" and its sequel, "Peaky Blinders: The Legacy",…
 
The cold, hard Covid-19 reality of this year has been tough for a lot of Kiwi workers. Thousands of people have been made redundant, others have lost businesses, and many are taking stock of their working life. But it's not all bad news. Business is booming for one Kiwi firm that's helping people find new careers in the Covid downturn. Kaye Avery i…
 
A New Zealander in a Bali prison has written to the Prime Minister appealing for help amid fears he will die in there from Covid-19. Antony de Malmanche is in Kerobokan Prison for drug trafficking after being sentenced in 2015. The former Whanganui man is serving a 15-year sentence after being caught with 1.7kg of methamphetamine in his backpack wh…
 
New fuel in the debate over the government's planned minimum wage rise. Business owners have been arguing for months that the upcoming increase in April to $20 an hour is the wrong thing at the wrong time. Now, ANZ Chief Economist Sharon Zollner is adding her voice to that. Zollner told Heather du Plessis-Allan that low wage earners have been hit h…
 
Wellington's central library will be saved. The city council has just voted to strengthen the existing building, rather than demolish it. The original cost to complete the work was estimated at $200 million, but that's been revised down to $179 million. Public consultation revealed residents preferred knocking the building down and rebuilding. But …
 
Newstalk ZB and TVNZ host Jack Tame is in America to cover the US election. He joined Heather du Plessis-Allan to discuss how the final week of the campaign is shaping up. Joe Biden travelled Tuesday local time to the hot springs town where Franklin Delano Roosevelt coped with polio to declare the U.S. is not too politically diseased to overcome it…
 
The formation of the next Government continues to take place behind closed doors in the Beehive but the content of what is being discussed remains a mystery. Greens co-leaders James Shaw and Marama Davidson this afternoon gave little away in terms of what was on the table with Labour. But Davidson did reveal that both parties were "getting towards …
 
A newborn baby at the centre of the Doha airport strip-search scandal was found in plastic bag and "buried under garbage" in a trash can, the Qatar Government has revealed. In a statement released today the government says the baby girl was rescued from "what appeared to be a shocking and appalling attempt to kill her". The infant is now safe under…
 
An Auckland supermarket has been fined almost $80,000 for price discrepancies between the promotional price displayed or advertised - and the price charged at the till. Pak'nSave Māngere, operated by Kennedy's Foodcentre 2003 Ltd, has been slapped with a fine of $78,000. It earlier pleaded guilty to six charges of making false and/or misleading rep…
 
I want to talk about Chris Liddell. It is entirely possible that the NZ government may never actually have to choose whether it wants to support Chris Liddell in his bid for the secretary general’s job in the OECD It’s entirely possible that if Trump loses the election, Liddell’s nomination goes nowhere because his sponsor is out of the White House…
 
Handel composed the work over the period of 19 January to 4 February 1740, and the work was premiered on 27 February 1740 at the Royal Theatre of Lincoln's Inn Fields. At the urging of one of Handel's librettists, Charles Jennens, Milton's two poems, L'Allegro and il Penseroso, were arranged by James Harris, interleaving them to create dramatic ten…
 
From dropping out of high school in NYC, to teaching at them in Puerto Rico, to serving as U.S. Secretary of Education in 2016, Dr. John B. King speaks from a wealth of experiences and service… It’s from all of these experiences that he learned the value of second chances, student & educator support, self-care, and national leadership on the issues…
 
There is a pretty good consensus that online learning is better this fall than it was last spring for K-12 students. But there’s also a pretty good consensus that it is not going great, and everyone agrees that learning face-to-face would be better. One thought is to get students more 1-1 help. That’s the idea behind the North Carolina Education Co…
 
"T" is for Talvande, Madame Rose (ca. 1790-1840) and Madame Ann Marsan (Mason) Talvande (ca. 1807-1850) Educators. Between approximately 1816 and 1850, Madame Talvande’s Ladies Boarding School in Charleston educated the daughters of the elite families of South Carolina, including diarist Mary Boykin Miller Chesnut and novelist Susan Petigru King. T…
 
One day after the LAPD beat up Rodney King, an Ice Cube concert went down in history as one of the most violent shows ever held at First Avenue. Hosted by Jay Smooth, we ask rap experts and former First Ave staffers about gangsta rap, security, and the uneasy relationship between the Minnesota music industry and Black hip-hop artists.…
 
Listen above as David Farrar and Shane Te Pou discuss the day's news with Heather du Plessis-Allan on The Huddle President Donald Trump's nomination of his Kiwi staffer for the OECD top job has divided New Zealand's political parties. Chris Liddell, who was born in Matamata and went to Mt Albert Grammar, has been put forward by Trump to the positio…
 
The central England city of Nottingham is the latest part of England to be put under tightened restrictions as part of a three-tier system to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The news came as Britain announced 102 new deaths of people with COVID-19. Its official total is almost, 45,000, the highest toll in Europe. Local authority leaders in Nott…
 
Spark's decision to bundle Sky Sport Now, at a discount, with its own Spark Sport could be "the first white flag" in its media strategy, Jarden head of research Arie Dekker says. In Dekker's view of the six-month deal, "there is a distinct possibility that this is the first step in a process in which Spark can offload its sporting rights". Dekker h…
 
The sale of Wellington's National Library books is set to resume despite being put on hold till after the election About 57,000 books from the Overseas Collection at Wellington's National Library are to be sold for $2 per book at a Lions and Rotary sale in the Hutt Valley. The Library and Information Advisory Commission's David Reeves told Heather …
 
International music artists are creeping back on to summer festival line-ups, after getting government exceptions to enter the country. They have decided two weeks in isolation is worth it for the first chance to play to a crowd. When London drum and bass producer Alix Perez launches his tour in Wanaka this weekend, after arriving a few weeks ago, …
 
Sky says it has reached a deal with Spark that will see Spark offer Sky Sport Now streaming service offered as a $49.99 per month bundle with Spark Sport from November 16. Spark Sport costs $24.99 per month (with some Spark mobile and broadband customers able to claim a $5 rebate), while Sky Sport now costs $49.99 per month (although it can fall to…
 
Melburnians will soon get their first taste of freedom as lockdown restrictions ease tonight. This step comes as the Australian state of Victoria records its second day with no new cases or deaths today. Australian Medical Association's Victorian President Julian Rait told Heather Du Plessis-Allan he's confident the states contact tracing and testi…
 
There are concerns about what Islamic children are learning from unqualified or inexperienced teachers at mosques. International Muslim Association of New Zealand president Tahir Nawaz is calling for Islamic curriculum to be taught in intermediate and secondary schools. He told Heather du Plessis-Allan parents of Muslim children want them to retain…
 
A passenger, one of nine Australian women dragged off a Qatar Airways flight in Doha, has revealed the horror of the invasive examinations Qatari authorities conducted after the discovery of an abandoned baby inside the airport’s bathroom. Speaking to the Guardian Australia, Kim Mills said she was one of nine women taken off the flight bound for Sy…
 
Eight days away from their election, I remain surprised that the Democrats chose Joe Biden. And rather than having my surprise wane over time, it actually just keeps increasing. Even today, when we have a video emerge in which Joe Biden appears to forget Trump’s name. Now, there is a dispute about how bad that moment is for Biden because it turns o…
 
A couple of years ago we attended a Next Tribe Event in NYC. The title for the evening was “Screw Invisibility,” and it was a gathering for women over 40. When we entered the loft space we were blown away. The room was packed. Filled. Brimming with women in their 40’s, 50’s 60’s and 70’s. The energy was electric. The messages from the speakers were…
 
As a young reporter, Nina Totenberg once got a tip about a robbery underway at the local bank. When she called the bank to confirm, one of the burglars answered the phone. Her career has since taken her from covering misguided crimes to reporting on the country’s highest court. Nina joined National Public Radio in 1975 as a legal affairs correspond…
 
Thought leadership is one of those buzzwords that has been so overused, it has almost been rendered meaningless. But as Stephen Woessner and I preach to agency owners in our book, Sell with Authority, when done well for the right reasons, being an authority can drive significant revenue for your agency. Stephen’s agency, Predictive ROI, decided the…
 
Episode 147: Canada has a long history of folks who have attempted to communicate with the dead - a practice is known as Spiritualism. Some of these have claimed that they can connect directly with those on the other side. Here we will give a bit of history, tell some of their stories and give a how-to primer for entertainment purposes only. We do …
 
On this episode of the Brighton Book Club, Anna is joined by book blogger Jules Swain. Connected by their mutual frustration at the publishing industry, Jules and Anna choose four authors who they feel you should know about. They also discuss Mary Loudon’s steamy novel MY HOUSE IS FALLING DOWN. Anna also talks to Brighton-based writer Katy Massey, …
 
In the first episode of the Jesus Loves You, This I Know podcast, host Cecilia Cicone explores the reality that we know that God loves us in the very fact that we exist. If you'd like to financially support the podcast, you can send support via Venmo to @cec_squared and you can follow Cecilia on Twitter and Instagram @cecsquared. A picture of Cecil…
 
The Sew Much More Podcast is sponsored by; The Workroom Channel Scarlet Thread Consulting The WCAA Helser Brothers, Inc The Curtains and Soft Furnishings Resource Library Merril Y Landis, LTD Monica Rhodes is the sole proprietor of Monday Wash Furniture in Chicago, IL. She has degrees in Anthropology and Southeast Asian Studies from the University …
 
Guerra y fútbol: El conflicto entre Armenia y Azerbaiyán no es algo nuevo, sin embargo, hace unas semanas se reactivó y las últimas acciones bélicas están devastando Armenia. El mundo del fútbol también se ha visto involucrado. Es un tema doloroso, pero está sucediendo ahora y es importante darlo a conocer. ¡Gracias por escucharnos! 🔔 ¡SUSCRÍBANSE …
 
¡Esta es nuestra primera columna de opinión! Aquí analizo qué ha pasado con el gran problema de la Premier League con el #VAR. Muchos esperaban que el VAR solucionara todos los problemas arbitrales, como si fuera un sistema autónomo e infalible, pero después de dos años, muchos hinchas aún no aceptan o no entienden del todo que el VAR sigue siendo …
 
¡Gracias por escucharnos! Pocos saben quién es Hansi Flick, por eso en este nuevo capítulo de #Sportiva les presentamos la sorprendente historia del DT de Bayern München. ¿Sabían, por ejemplo, que Flick jugó 5 años en Bayern y que se tuvo que retirar a los 28 del fútbol profesional? Eso es sólo una parte de las muchas sorpresas en la vida del exito…
 
Kiwi Company Laybuy are going strength to strength. Recently the company took on a deal with football giants Manchester United. Laybuy listed its first quarterly business update, noting soaring demand not just in New Zealand but also Australia and the UK. Purchases have increased by more than 160 percent. Laybuy Managing director Gary Rohloff told …
 
The British government on Wednesday put another 1.4 million people into England’s tightest coronavirus restrictions, but faced growing criticism that its piecemeal approach to curbing the outbreak is sowing division and confusion. Dan Jarvis, mayor of the northern England city of Sheffield, said that the South Yorkshire region will face Tier 3 rest…
 
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