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Burning Platforms

Per Capita Australia

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Welcome to Burning Patforms: De-Coding the Power and Politics of Big Tech. Join Peter Lewis, Lizzie O’Shae (Digital Rights Watch), Dan Stinton (HealthEngine CEO), and guests, fortnightly for analysis of the politics of technology from some of Australia’s leading digital campaigners and industry experts. Brought to you by the Centre of the Public Square - an initiative of Per Capita.
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Centre Square

Centre Sqaure

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Based in Perth, talking weekly with AFL players & talent on Sport FM 91.3 radio. Check out our Instragam & Facebook @centresquarepodcast for all the latest news & updates.
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Readings and Thoughts on Poetry, Faith & The Imagination. All I know is a door into the dark. Outside, old axles and iron hoops rusting; Inside, the hammered anvil’s short-pitched ring, The unpredictable fantail of sparks Or hiss when a new shoe toughens in water. The anvil must be somewhere in the centre, Horned as a unicorn, at one end and square, Set there immoveable: an altar Where he expends himself in shape and music. Sometimes, leather-aproned, hairs in his nose, He leans out on the j ...
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Rob Deutschmann sits down with community leaders, civic leaders, and others from across Waterloo Region to learn more about their experiences and how those lessons can apply to today's issues.
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From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
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AIBF Business Talk

All-Ireland Business Foundation

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AIBF Business Talk is an original podcast brought to you by the All-Ireland Business Foundation. In each episode we talk to innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders to bring you practical lessons and actionable insights that you can apply to your business and in your daily life.
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Stackenschneider is a night club located in the very centre of Saint Petersburg close to all the main touristic attractions. It is a club that promotes various underground electronic music and hosts weekend parties with emerging Russian and foreign independent music talent from around the world. The club was named after Andrey Stackenschneider, a Russian architect who lived and worked in Saint Petersburg in the 19th century, and who designed and built the house at Millionnaya street which wa ...
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Sacred and Profane

Pam Rocker and Roberto Che Espinoza

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Sacred and Profane: Bending the Binaries of Faith , is a podcast bringing queer and faith perspectives to the ordinary and extraordinary topics that are threaded through our lives. Pam Rocker and Roberto Che Espinoza spend a lot of time in the public square talking about faith, religion, LGBTQ+ stuff, and queer possibility, fused together with comedy. Pam and Roberto are kindred spirits and Texans who are immersed in activist and spiritual movements. Sacred and Profane puts the elements of s ...
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Devon Soundscapes

BBC Radio Devon

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Tim Manns presents a five-minute journey in sound around some of Devon’s most beautiful and iconic locations. Close your eyes and feel yourself transported to the West Country.
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Comedians Te Radar and Donna Brookbanks look at the lighter moments of the week, including Uber's annual list of the most unusual items left in rideshare cars globally. This year it includes a live turtle, a 'fart sensor', and a WWE championship belt. And how much would you pay to smell like Eden Park? The Auckland stadium has released a fragrance …
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The Kiwis league captain, the Golden Boot winner for the best player in the world, the main main in the Panthers forward pack that's won three straight NRL premierships - is coming to the Warriors. One All Black heading overseas (briefly) has been a talking point this week, with Jordie Barrett's deal to stay in NZ Rugby slightly overshadowed by his…
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The Minister of Transport Simeon Brown is in Ashburton today to open the 18 million dollar Fairfield Freight Hub. This is expected to increase the the amount of local freight carried by rail from 6,000 containers to 20,000 containers a year. Jonathan has the latest on the controversy to install median barriers on State Highway One between Ashburton…
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Te Puna Reo o Manga Tangaroa in Kaikohe has been set up to prioritise children living with disabilities. The school was created by local couple Claraand Manga Aperahama-Kopa to provide quality education to tamariki of all capabilities. Clara talks to Kathryn about her young son who inspired the whanau to fund-raise and build the pre school…
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On this week's AIBF Business Talk, Elaine Carroll, AIBF CEO, chats to Conor Hannaway, Managing Director of The Learning Rooms. The Learning Rooms specialises in digital learning services, crafting engaging online experiences for skill development and offering eLearning consultancy and support for L&D teams. 🖥️ Conor's journey began with learning an…
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Film and TV correspondent James Croot joins Kathryn to talk about Civil War (cinema), which follows a group of journalists through an America at war with itself, in a race to reach the White House. One Question (Sky Open) is a new season of a popular game show with Claudia Winkleman, The Royal Hotel (online rental from April 24) stars Julia Garner …
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Negative body image is a lifelong issue for many women which social media only serves to fuel. Yet the habits and self-talk of mothers can also have a profound effect on young girls becoming overly critical of their bodies. Psychologists Janet Boseovski and Ashleigh Gallagher offer advice on what to do and what not to do in their new book Beyond Bo…
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Technology commentator Alex Sims joins Kathryn to discuss the issue of the right to repair, which also covers the right to use and maintain goods. As more of what we use comes to rely on software to operate, where are consumers left when things don't work as they should - or stop working completely? She'll look at the example of Tesla requiring own…
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Long term plan consultation is underway and includes $9m for upgrades to the zoo, which the New Plymouth District Council says are required to meet regulation and modern zoo standards. Robin details the rogue billboards appearing locally about road repairs. Trans-Tasman Resources has withdrawn from the Environmental Protection Authority process to …
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Dr Thom Linley has always been fascinated with fish, how they behave, their ecology and their different ocean habitats. He is a curator of fishes at Te Papa, and also co-hosts the Deep-Sea Podcast, where he speaks to scientists about their marine discoveries. Dr Linley was among the first teams to capture video of the world's deepest fish, includin…
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UK correspondent Dan Bloom looks at the anti-smoking legislation - similar to what was proposed and then dumped in New Zealand - that's creating huge divisions within the Conservative Party. He'll look at progress on Rishi Sunak's Rwanda plan for illegal migrants and what's in Prime-Minister-for-49-days Liz Truss' new memoir. Dan Bloom is deputy ed…
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A recent report by the Education Review Office painted a grim picture of student behaviour - saying violent and disruptive behaviour in schools has reached critical levels. Half the teachers surveyed said the problem has become worse in the past two years, and half say they are spending nearly an hour a day dealing with bad behaviour. The Education…
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