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Best Centre For Cities podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Centre For Cities podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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City Talks from Centre for Cities explores the key issues facing cities and towns in the UK and beyond. Host Andrew Carter interviews leading thinkers in the urban policy field, as well as experts from Centre for Cities about their research and ideas on improving the economies of cities and large towns.
 
Bangalore International Centre (BIC) is a non profit, public institution which serves as an inclusive platform for informed conversations, arts and culture. BIC TALKS aims to be a regular bi-weekly podcast that will foster discussions, dialogue, ideas, cultural enterprise and more.
 
Terry is pumped to be back on the South Coast after doing time in North Queensland experiencing rain, cyclones, floods, rain, rodeos, crocs, stingrays, cane toads, snakes and did we mention rain? Because of these well spent past few years, Terry is fluent in both AFL and NRL and is happy to hand out footy tipping advice during the season. Terry loves classic hits and Everything South Coast so get involved by calling Triple M Albany 783 on 13 27 10 and let him know what’s happening.
 
The City Centric podcast is series from the Centric, a neuroscience research lab enhancing user experience of the built environment for people - www.thecentriclab.com. The podcast is focused on interviewing professionals within the industry. The aim is to help busy myths and hopefully reveal opportunities for collaboration and new business ideas to help solve the complexities facing the cohesive growth of cites.
 
Welcome to the soundcloud page for De Montfort University's Centre for Urban Research on Austerity (CURA) – the UK’s only centre dedicated to urban austerity research. This page contains our podcast series, beginning with our pilot on “Urban Futures” where we promote cutting edge research and action on the issue of the future of urban development in the UK, and beyond. The series is made up of interviews with leading critical academics and practitioners working to deliver an alternative, mor ...
 
Toronto’s new top pair, it’s First Up with Michael Landsberg and Carlo Colaiacovo, 6-10am on TSN 1050. Both born and bred in the city, the charismatic Landsberg brings his entertaining style and strong opinions alongside former Maple Leaf Colaiacovo, who with his 14 years experience in the NHL, brings you inside the locker room like very few can.
 
Vibrant worship, family, community, learning, commitment, sacrifice, and a generous spirit are all elements that make New Life home. New Life Church family services are held every Sunday @ 9:30am - 10:40am and 11:00am till 12:20pm, and every Friday @7pm for the Youth at our centre in Emsworth, located between the cities of Chichester and Portsmouth www.newlifechurch.me
 
WELCOME TO THE SLICK LOBSTER PODCAST. TITLED ‘ADELAIDE ALIVE’ AS HOMAGE TO THE GRAND PRIX CAMPAIGNS OF THE 1980s, SERIES ONE WILL FEATURE EPISODES WITH GUESTS FROM THE CULINARY AND HOSPITALITY WORLDS, GOVERNMENT, SPORTS, MUSIC, ARTS, AND MEDIA. THROUGH FREE FLOWING CONVERSATION, WE DEEP DIVE INTO ADELAIDE AND THE LEGENDS AT THE CENTRE OF ITS CREATIVITY & GROWTH.
 
Watch the Sunday talks on your mobile device..Vibrant worship, family, community, learning, commitment, sacrifice, and a generous spirit are all elements that make New Life home. New Life Church family services are held every Sunday @ 9:30am - 11am and 11:30am till 1pm, and every Friday @7pm for the Youth at our centre in Emsworth, located between the cities of Chichester and Portsmouth www.newlifechurch.me
 
Toronto's ever important spring real estate market is here and so is the Post City Magazines 13th annual real estate roundtable in partnership with the Rotman School of Management. Of course the COVID-19 pandemic has sent the stock market into a tailspin — our panellists share how they feel it will impact the housing market. Expect to hear from CIBC economist Benjamin Tal, CBC Dragon Michele Romanow, condo king Brad Lamb, former chief planner of Toronto Jennifer Keesmaat, real estate agents ...
 
Live at the Hague is a podcast series recorded at the Creative City Centre in the Hague Gallery, a third floor concert venue and visual art gallery in down town Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Live at the Hague features broadcasts of music concerts, performances, spoken word, interviews with visual artists who exhibit work in the gallery and more - if is happening at the Hague, you can hear about it on this podcast. Music for “Live at the Hague” is provided by Saskatchewan signer-songwriter Da ...
 
Futurist Nikolas Badminton, presents the Exponential Minds Podcast features experts from all fields around the world discussing how humanity is impacted by the exponential growth in technology and the thinking behind it. The host, Nikolas Badminton is a world-respected futurist speaker that provides keynote speeches about the future of work, the sharing economy, and how the world is evolving. Nikolas is based in Toronto and speaks across Canada, USA, UK, Asia, and Europe.
 
How do plants get from the soil to the shelves? How does a garden centre make money? What are the challenges behind running a garden? What goes into setting up your very own plant-business?If you have ever wondered about any of these questions, "The Untold Story of Gardening" is the podcast for you! Follow Tamsin Westhorpe, journalist and gardener, as she travels throughout the UK to meet with the most influential people in horticulture to talk plants, gardening and business.This podcast com ...
 
We’re living in an era of transformation of our public services. The demands of an ageing population, the growing potential of digital to engage citizens in new ways, and continued public spending restraint are reshaping the public sector. Our monthly podcast with Nick C Jones, Director of our Public Sector Research Centre, explores the latest issues facing public sector organisations.
 
Do you market events or venues? Do you want to learn more but don't have time to do it? Introducing The Amplifier Event Marketing Podcast, your chance to listen in on a “no holds barred” conversation about marketing events and venues from the best in the business. Our goal is to educate, inspire and entertain you, while you hear straight talk from our guests about what works and what doesn’t when trying to pump up the volume for your event or venue. And unlike most conferences or webinars, y ...
 
Welcome to Auckland Conversations, where you are invited to join those creating the world’s most liveable cities. From exploring the implications of climate change to discussing the virtues of public art, our series of free Auckland Conversations events have brought influential speakers and world-class ideas to the people of Auckland from leaders and experts in design, planning, heritage, environment and socio-economics. Now you can join the conversation from wherever you are by streaming Au ...
 
A podcast interviewing entrepreneurs and business leaders in the emerging market of East Africa. Host Sam Floy showcases companies operating across Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia. Find conversations with companies ranging from solar power and food production to smoothies and toothpicks.
 
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The general contractor chosen to build a community centre in east London has been fired following months of delays and construction issues. Jasper Construction won the $21.4 million contract in fall 2017. The East Lions Community Centre was set to open in fall 2019, but was pushed to early 2020 following issues. It has not yet opened. Ward 2 counci…
 
Cities have been epicenters of the global Covid-19 pandemic. While life for the public has changed immeasurably in just a few short months, urban authorities have also had to quickly respond to new challenges and responsibilities to keep their residents safe – often bringing them into conflict with national and state governments. To discuss how the…
 
You Got to Know When to Hold Them, Know When to Fold Them! Today I speak to Nitesh Salvi, founder and CEO of Pocket52. He talks about how he went from playing poker in the late nights in his student dorm with friends to building India’s largest poker platform. He talks about how they build trust and loyalty on the platform. Talks about getting reje…
 
Marit Stiles, NDP Education Critic, joins to discuss what supports are needed for parents when kids go back to school in September. Polling numbers for Donald Trump out of states like Florida have been trending downward. Could Trump's bad polling numbers could be linked to COVID-19? Wayne Petrozzi, professor at Ryerson University, explains. And, ne…
 
Researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute are investigating the use of bovine lipid extract surfactant suspension (BLES®) for treating severe cases of COVID-19. What is bovine lipid extract surfactant suspension and what can it do to help patients suffering from the disease caused by the novel coronavirus? Dr. Jim Lewis, Lawson Scientist and …
 
How do viral outbreaks arise? Can genomic epidemiology identify pathways of emergence of infectious diseases?In this episode of The Review we will answer these questions with Dr Kyriaki Nomikou, a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Virus Research who gives us a snapshot of the results and implications of her recent publication (https://doi.or…
 
An Ontario court has dismissed an appeal from opponents of a supervised drug consumption site that is set to go up in London, Ont. at 446 York Street. Brian Lester, executive director of the regional HIV/AIDS Connection, joins Craig to discuss his reaction to the decision and where things go from here.…
 
Members pushing for a permanent safe injection site at 446 York St cleared another hurdle over the weekend. Brian Lester, Executive Director of the Regional HIV/AIDS connection, joins Craig to discuss. Aine McGlynn, Chief Operating Officer of The Good Partnership, joins the show to explain how the federal government could actually help non-profits.…
 
Dr. Chris Mackie said the novel coronavirus pandemic, and changes within the health care system itself, have increased the amount of work to be done by a medical officer of health. That's one of the reasons why the Middlesex London Health Unit (MLHU) has decided to temporarily split the role of CEO and Medical Officer of Health. Michael Clarke will…
 
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