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The Island Green Podcast

Len Currie & Chris Currie

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The Atlantic Canada Golf Podcast. Len Currie and Chris Currie talk and banter on about what's going on around Canada's incredible East Coast Golf Industry. PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland. 🇨🇦 ⛳️
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Atlantic Canada’s Hidden Stories. Backyard History unearths the often hilarious, mostly mysterious, always surprising untold tales of Canada’s East Coast, as only a Maritimer can spin them. Based on host Andrew MacLeans’s newspaper column, and produced by Jordan Lauzier, and brought to life with friends voicing contemporary quotes! 🌐backyardhistory.ca 📧andrewmaclean@backyardhistory.ca Support Backyard History: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/backyardhistory
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In 2019, Scottish fiddle player Isla Ratcliff spent four wonderful months in Cape Breton, an island in Nova Scotia, on Canada's east coast, with a rich traditional music culture. Isla fell in love with the music, the people and the place. Her experiences there, and in neighbouring New Brunswick inspired her to release The Castalia, her debut album of traditional and self-composed fiddle music. In this series to accompany the album, Isla introduces us to the people she met in Nova Scotia and ...
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fromtheapron.com podcast is focused on community theatre and aims to promote local productions by interviewing the directors of plays. Each episode features an in-depth conversation with a different director, discussing their experience and approach to directing community theatre, as well as the themes and highlights of their current production. fta also encourages listeners to attend upcoming performances and support their local theatre community. By showcasing the creativity and passion of ...
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Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast

The Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University

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From the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University, the Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast features interviews and conversations with scholars and researchers working in and around Southeast Asia, all of whom have been invited to give a Gatty Lecture at Cornell University. Conversations cover the history, politics, economics, literature, art, and cultures of the region. Interviews are hosted by graduate students at Cornell University, and podcast topics cover the many nations and peoples of Sou ...
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This week’s proverb marks the last Bible study of the Spring 2024 which shall be resumed in September. As we were led into looking at the impact of wisdom on a wise man’s life. Proverb 10 continues on by showing how a wise son makes his parents glad. Who is the wise son but one who takes all types of lustful temptations and turns them into chances …
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In this episode, Francine interviewed Sirithorn Siriwan, or Ing, a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Asian Studies at Cornell University. Ing discusses rice rituals in northern Thailand and how they relate to animism, or “Sasana Phi.” She draws from narratives surrounding what she coins Thai "ricelihood" to unfold the juxtaposition of phi, rice …
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Fr. Kyrillos gives the sermon on Wednesday Eve of Pascha, he speaks about the parable of the 5 wise and 5 foolish virgins and relates it to the life of prayer. He speaks about what prayer is, its necessity in the life of repentance, and our obstacles to it.By Saint Mary Coptic Orthodox Church, East Brunswick, NJ
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In this episode, Francine interviewed Dr. Diana Kim, who is an assistant professor at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service as well as a core faculty member of the Asian Studies Program. In this conversation, Dr. Kim discusses how the Japanese occupation can help us understand the legacies of European colonial institutions in Southeas…
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The proverb starts off by stating that Wisdom has slaughtered her meat and mixed her wine. What is the meat or blood if they are not the very body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ? Who has prepared for us a meal of love, that we may enter into the eternal heavenly Kingdom with Him. Fr. Mina emphasizes that those who await their entrance into eter…
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In this episode, Francine interviewed Dr. Boreth Ly, an associate professor of Southeast Asian Art History and Visual Culture at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Dr. Ly discusses her research on the black and white photographs of the Sultans of Java as well as the Dutch governors from the colonial era. Transitioning to a postcolonial conte…
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Wisdom existed before all ages. How then can we see Wisdom? God places us inside of His heart, mind, and thoughts throughout every prayer we offer, Wisdom invites us to have a very intimate relationship with the Holy Trinity and says, "Come, I will show you the economy of salvation of my love for you." The same love with which the Father loves Me a…
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At age 15, Hugh Corkum becomes a rum runner to provide for his family after his father, a Lunenburg Nova Scotia sea captain, loses his job after crashing into an American sumbarine. Part Two of the 'Liberty On The Rocks' trilogy about the Liberty, the fastest rum running ship of Atlantic Canada! Buy the Backyard History book at backyardhistory.ca/b…
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We are embarking on a journey to uncover God's Wisdom this week. King Solomon began the new proverb by saying that wisdom vies for the heart while lust vies for the external appearance. King Solomon had just concluded preaching against the practices of the immoral. As wisdom screams out from the top of the hills, inviting all of us who were found s…
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In this episode, Francine interviewed Dr. Nora Taylor, an Alsdorf Professor of South and Southeast Asian Art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Dr. Taylor discusses her research on contemporary Vietnamese art and the ways in which she has engaged with the paradoxical nature of monuments. She reveals how the Vietnamese public views art p…
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This week we are taken on a trip through the lens of Proverbs 7 which shows us the way that leads to the chambers of death. King Solomon shows us an example of a man who is lured down the path of iniquity. Not knowing that it would cost him his life. Sin here is represented by the immoral woman who seduces the simple to go with her and enjoy the lu…
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In this episode, Francine interviewed Dr. Hew Wai Weng, a research fellow at the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies, National University of Malaysia. He is currently a visiting fellow at Cornell University under the Fulbright Malaysia Scholar Program. He discusses the rise of right-wing majoritarianism and the popularity of decolonial…
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Fr. Mina begins with Proverbs 6:20, where it is urgently urged that we retain God's commandment in our minds. According to Fr. Mina, until we temporarily live without God's commands, we are unable to fully appreciate their significance. The proverb then goes on to discuss living an immoral lifestyle outside of marriage, highlighting how many lives …
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The boys chose a remote location to record this edition and were joined with the much younger guest host and Countryview ‘Legend’ Scott Morton. Discussions included Scott’s modest golf career, the Halftime show at the Superbowl, the Wasted Management, Tiger Woods with SUN DAY RED, the return of Anthony Kim, and much more.…
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In this episode, Francine interviewed Dr. Daniel Whitehouse, an ERSC postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Anthropology and Sociology, SOAS University of London. Dr. Whitehouse introduces the idea of "network institutions," specifically through Suan Kularb Wittayalai. Suan Kularb Wittayalai is Thailand’s oldest state-administered secondary schoo…
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This week's Bible study continues with a discussion on the value of work in one's life. According to what the Bible says, a person who does not labor should not eat. The work of God is not distinct from our occupations or our studies! God hastened us to subdue the earth during creation; every minute we spend studying or working at a job is a kind o…
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Fr. Mina continues by discussing the virtues of marriage in chapter 5 of the book of Proverbs, which states: "There is newness in marriage." Lust is there all around us and at the tips of our fingers. However, the holy mystery of marriage offers an opportunity to encounter a new kind of love—an unfathomably selfless love. This is the "running water…
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Why You Shouldn’t Always Help Your Neighbours Shovel & the McRib is BackIt’s episode LIV (54) and we talk about the emerging Shankers Tour with Tour Founder Keegan MacKinnon. Len & Chris also realise that there is only so much golf content in the wintertime so mix it up with local newsworthy items…including the lack of news sources, the PEI weather…
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Fr. Mina continues with lectures 6 and 7 of Proverbs. King Solomon teaches us about growing in wisdom and accepting advice that the quality of our lives may improve. Fr. Mina then explains how the way of wisdom is one but there are many paths. Fr. Mina then expounds on not opening the door to sin and the harm this causes to an individual, especiall…
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Welcome to Spicy SEAP! This final episode of Season 11 is a special edition where we recreate the popular TV show 'Hot Ones', but with a twist—these aren't chicken wings, but spicy Southeast Asian food. Francine is joined by Geronimo Cristobal and Eric Goh, PhD candidates and co-chairs of the SEAP Graduate Student Committee. She asks them about lif…
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After a reasonably significant hiatus Len & Chris return for the 53rd episode with special guest Alison Griffin-Waddell, Executive Director of the PEI Golf Association. Discussions includes Alison’s impressive curling career, this year’s Amateur events, a tricky rules scenario, amongst other topics.Len & Chris also put a wrap on 2023 PEI Players of…
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