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SOLABS QM Insights

SOLABS, Ericka Moore, Philippe Gaudreau, Mandy Gervasio and Guests

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Welcome to the QM Insights show sponsored by SOLABS, with your host Ericka Moore, Head of Client Success. The QM Insights podcast is designed to provide SOLABS EQMS end users with deep dive information on the software application empowering them to fully harness the functionality this automated platform has to offer. Listeners will develop a robust understanding of the QM10 product and have the ability to understand how it is best used to maximize ROI and compliance levels.
 
For a long time, tech culture has focused too narrowly on technical skills; this has resulted in a tech community that too often puts companies and code over people. Greater Than Code is a podcast that invites the voices of people who are not heard from enough in tech: women, people of color, trans and/or queer folks, to talk about the human side of software development and technology. Greater Than Code is providing a vital platform for these conversations, and developing new ideas of what i ...
 
"Truly Anything" goes deep into the mind (via Magic School Bus) of Mandy Moore fanatic and "Jennifer's Body" historian, Donny Hadfield-Smith. In each episode, he'll speak on whatever he wants: the newest Netflix shows, Wendy's seasonal items, his never-ending quest for the truth about Jon Benet Ramsey, whether or not Trishelle was the end of "The Real World" as we knew it, or a Sarah Michelle Gellar retrospective. In other words, he'll talk about... truly anything.
 
In a world that can feel divisive and bleak, it's easy to get caught up in feelings of hopelessness, but the beautiful, glorious, truth is this: LOVE NEVER FAILS. In the 40 years I’ve been on the airwaves, I’ve implored my listeners to LOVE SOMEONE; Family, friends, neighbors, community, the Lord, and themselves. I’m talking to guests with names you may know, and those you may not. But the reason I'm talking to them is because I feel they have an inspiring story to share with you on how to c ...
 
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A Story of Us

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Ohio State Anthropology graduate students

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An original podcast brought to you by the graduate students of the Department of Anthropology at The Ohio State University. Join us once as we explore the human experience! We are now a part of the Anthropology Public Outreach Program at The Ohio State University. Follow us @ohiostateAPOP
 
MASASHI OSAKU provides DJ mixes of Progressive,Electro,Tech House on the Podcast for the world directly.As picking up latest tracks,he's gonna take you up through your ears at any place. ----> Introduction about "MASASHI OSAKU" ----> Masashi Osaku is a DJ specializing in Electro/Progressive/Tech/Acid House and is a master of the decks delivering fabulous mixes with the highest level of quality and class. He is constantly learning, improving and searching the world for the newest, hippest tun ...
 
We’ve all heard those great podcasts where the Elite Runner or the esteemed coach share their secrets on how to get faster? Well… Imagine you don’t want to get faster? Or you aren’t even that good at running… like us? Or don’t even like running… like Ali? Maybe this is the podcast for you? Four amateur and un-elected runners discuss what makes them tick and what they enjoy about running with guests who have something to share that is something other than the latest VO2 max session See acast. ...
 
The Envelope podcast pulls back the curtain to reveal intimates stories from this award season’s top contenders. Every Tuesday, A-list actors, directors and showrunners join Los Angeles Times entertainment reporters Yvonne Villarreal and Mark Olsen for conversations about their personal lives and creative processes — and how it all fuels their art.
 
If you could peer into everyone's inner thoughts through a filter of music, would you? As Zoey struggles with her new ability that may or may not be an indication of lack of sanity, we're here every week on the AFTERBUZZ TV ZOEY'S EXTRAORDINARY PLAYLIST AFTER SHOW PODCAST breaking down each episode of our new favorite show! From news and gossip, story arc discussion, and even some predictions on what'll happen to Zoey next! Subscribe and leave a comment to stay up to date!
 
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Darren Hayes and Anthony Armentano

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A light-hearted comedic spoiler free movie podcast focusing on the week's new cinema releases. Darren Hayes and Anthony Armentano spend their hard earned (or borrowed) cash to see the latest film releases and tell you what they thought. Because they don't get in for free, their opinions are honest. Honestly! May contain funny bits (they're both Groundlings trained improvisers) and strange non sequiturs (Anthony has a degree in film and Darren has an Olympic medal in rambling). Maybe some nau ...
 
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‘Jeopardy’ champ Mattea Roach tells us what else she got to take home from her time on the show, plus she tells us what the bathrooms are like at ‘Jeopardy’. Mandy Moore talks about the final 2 episodes of ‘This Is Us’. Roz talks about his experience having Covid. Rebel Wilson joins us to talk about ‘Senior Year’. Broadway legend Patti LuPone tells…
 
Kate Rusby is one of the UK’s leading folk singers. She joins Andrea Catherwood to talk about her latest album 30: Happy Returns. She's collaborated with musicians such as Ladysmith Black Mambazo, K. T. Tunstall and Richard Hawley to sing new versions of her old songs and to celebrate thirty years of making music. The footballer Jake Daniels has co…
 
After Little Mix said goodbye to their fans with their final show on Saturday before going on hiatus, it seems that for the first time in decades, Britain is without a major girl band. Emma is joined by Melanie Chisholm from the Spice Girls and music journalist, Jacqueline Springer.We discuss recent work from home data with Dr Jane Parry, Associate…
 
Emeli Sandé is one of Britain’s most successful songwriters - with 19 million singles sold; including three number one singles, six million albums and four BRIT awards. Emeli joins Emma to discuss her music and career.How are disabled children being affected by the war in Ukraine? There are claims that thousands have been forgotten and abandoned in…
 
‘Alice’s Book’ by Karina Urbach tells the story of Karina's grandmother Alice Urbach. Before the Second World War Alice wrote a cookbook called Cooking the Viennese Way! but when books by Jewish authors couldn't be distributed, Alice was taken off it. Karina talks about her family history, intellectual theft by the Nazis and her mission to restore …
 
For 50 years, women in America have had a constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy. Now, a leaked draft opinion suggests that the Supreme Court will overturn Roe v Wade. Anne McElvoy asks Mary Ziegler, a legal historian, about the origins of the landmark legislation and what would happen if Roe is cast aside. Plus, does the Supreme Court need …
 
H*tler’s Tasters is a dark comedy about the young women who have the “honour” of being Adolf Hitler’s food tasters. The play explores the way girls navigate sexuality, friendship, patriotism, and poison during the Third Reich. Emma Barnett talks to its award winning playwright, Michelle Kholos Brooks After a record number of women are elected to St…
 
This week, nightstand shopping with Laurie proves to be a tense experience. It turns out Rory is not a coastal grandmother (though he has one!) and Laurie is a big bowtie gal. Plus, a week of obedience, secret Tower of Terror access, and Ed Sheeran smashes. Subscribe and follow us at @superexcitedpod Follow Rory: @itsRORYjames Follow Laurie: @lauri…
 
In former consultant neurologist Jules Montague's new book, The Imaginary Patient, she looks at how they can be influenced by many external factors. Who gets to choose which conditions are "real" or not, and is that a helpful question to ask? And what implications does that have for women? She joins Emma. Michael Gove, The Levelling Up Secretary, c…
 
Whether you’re an emerging creator, established TikToker, or you’re just hoping to scale an expanding side hustle, we could all use a little support. Thankfully, as the creator economy expands, so do businesses looking to elevate creators through focusing tools, monetization apps, and even hubs for influencer pay transparency. While they’re moving …
 
Abi Morgan is a BAFTA and Emmy-award winning playwright and screenwriter whose credits include The Iron Lady, Suffragette, Sex Traffic, The Hour, Brick Lane and Shame. She is the creator and writer of BBC drama, The Split. She has now written her first book. This is not a Pity Memoir about an extraordinarily tumultous period in her and her family's…
 
At the tender age of 9, Kelly Rowland formed a musical group with her friends that in a few year would be known the world-over as "Destiny's Child". That was in 1990, and Kelly is all grown up now with a successful solo career in music, fashion, acting, directing/producing, and recently, writing. Her children's book, "Always With You, Always With M…
 
Childbirth is something that more than 80% of women go through in their lifetime. But could that be about to change? Sci-Fi author Helen Sedgwick thinks we’re just a generation away from external, artificial wombs being used for childbirth. But what does this mean for the concept of motherhood and a woman’s place in society? Anita is joined by Hele…
 
Emeli Sandé is one of Britain’s most successful songwriters. With 19 million singles sold including three number one singles, 6 million albums and four BRIT awards (including Best Female twice!). Emeli joins Emma to discuss her music, and has a specially recorded version of There Isn’t Much – a track written with Naughty Boy and Shaq, from her new …
 
Bachelor star Matt James chats with Damnit Maurie about his new book and bunions. Nine-year-old Derek Rodriguez went viral after Toronto Blue Jays fan Mike Lanzillotta handed him an Aaron Judge home run ball, causing the youngster to break down in tears! THEN Derek Rodriguez scored an on-field meet-and-greet with his hero on Wednesday. Both Mike an…
 
Emma talks to Peggy Seeger who has enjoyed six decades of success with her music. Peggy was married to the singer Ewen McColl. Together they revitalised the British Folk Scene during the 50s and 60s. Now 86 years old, Peggy's own songs have become anthems for feminists, anti-nuclear campaigners and those fighting for social justice.Exam season is u…
 
James Corden announces he is stepping down. Ellen tapes her final episode. The return of The Roz & Mocha Confessional Mothers Day Edition. We celebrate ‘Star Wars Day’. We call The Queen to ask about how she eats bananas. Cardi B wishes she wasn’t famous.By Frequency Podcast Network
 
In ten weeks of conflict Vladimir Putin has not been afraid to rattle the nuclear sabre. Western leaders have responded by tempering their own rhetoric – but the risk of nuclear war is greater than it has been for more than half a century. Anne McElvoy asks Rose Gottemoeller, a former deputy secretary-general at NATO, whether Russia will launch nuc…
 
In this Ask Roz & Mocha Episode, some of the questions answered were, ‘Do you put your seat belt on first before driving or find a song in the radio?’ Our latest Wordle stats. Roz gives advice on reheat chicken wings. Plus, If money wasn't an issue, would you buy a mansion or a normal 4 family house?…
 
Radio 1’s Adele Roberts won Radio Times’ Moment of the Year award at the Audio and Radio Industry Awards this week, for the moment when she spoke to her listeners about being diagnosed with bowel cancer. She joins Emma to talk about her ongoing treatment and how she’ll celebrate when it’s done.Judith Hutchinson has been trying to house Ukrainian ci…
 
This week, Rory reveals that he’s basically in a conservatorship because nobody trusts him to furnish a home by himself, while Laurie emerges from making hits in the studio. Rory unveils his plans to decorate his home to trick people into thinking he’s cool and Laurie gloats after winning an audience poll. Plus, an embarrassing singalong, doing gre…
 
In 10th grade, Henry Thong took media studies, thinking it’d be a chance for him to slack off. Instead, he discovered a passion for videography that transformed his career aspirations and redefined his future. Henry pursued film seriously from that point on, entering festivals at every chance he got and following the Casey Neistat philosophy of con…
 
Candice Carty-Williams described her very successful first novel Queenie as 'the black Bridget Jones'. In the opening chapter of her new novel People Person absent father Cyril climbs into his gold jeep and drives around London collecting the five half-siblings he has sired, introduces them all for the first time and buys them an ice-cream. Candice…
 
Deepa tries Damnit Maurie’s famous mac and cheese. Would you put a urinal in your home? 14% of guys say they want a urinal in their house and 91% of women DO NOT one. Mocha says he’s done with ‘Wordle’. Amanda Bynes is back with another banger! Kim Kardashian accused of photoshopping out her belly button. Helen Mirren on cover of ‘People’s’ beautif…
 
The TV presenter Julia Bradbury on her TV documentary and life after her breast cancer diagnosis. The longest serving MP, Dame Margaret Beckett on standing down as an MP in the next election.The "aunties" - the older women in the community who we should respect but for some may be judgemental as well as motherly. Podcaster and writer Tolly Shoneye …
 
Maya Sondhi has made a name for herself in television dramas like Silent Witness and Line Of Duty. But now she's in the writer’s chair, and she's behind a new police drama called DI Ray. It follows DI Rachita Ray who's promoted to join a ‘Culturally Specific Homicide’ investigation. Rachita suspects there's something else going on here.Rebecca Hils…
 
We chat with Maitreyi Ramakrishnan about getting her drivers license. We learn how much Snoop Dogg charges to be featured on songs. Caillou is BACK with a new diss song for Roz, this time featuring Shem! You’ve got to hear these 8 people on a French tv show with the most unusual laughs. The Damnits try the lock box with $100 in it for their 4th att…
 
Evidence of Russian war crimes litters the landscape of Ukraine. But it’s a long trudge from the battlefields to the courtroom. Anne McElvoy asks Oona Hathaway, an expert on law and warfare and a professor at Yale University, whether the perpetrators will be held accountable. Could Vladimir Putin and others be prosecuted by a Nuremberg-style tribun…
 
The presenter Julia Bradbury talks to Emma about her new documentary Breast Cancer and Me. Conservative Party Whips are conducting an investigation after two female MPs say they witnessed a colleague watching porn on his mobile phone in the House of Commons. The Attorney General Suella Braverman joined Emma, along with the feminist and activist Dr …
 
This week, it’s time for Rory’s big move and he has one last gym crush while Laurie saves the day more than once. Neither of them have ever done cocaine but Rory accidentally moves it and Laurie sparks rumors at an industry event. Plus, why does nobody talk about how terrible it sounds when silverware scrapes against a bowl? Subscribe and follow us…
 
Bethany Shriever’s win at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 gave the British Olympic team its first ever gold medal in BMX racing even though she had to launch a crowdfunding appeal to stand a chance of qualifying for the games. What does this latest award mean for her and BMX racing? In the wake of the Sarah Everard murder, Boris Johnson said he’d stop a…
 
Dame Margaret Beckett is one of Britain's most celebrated and respected female politicians and will be talking to us about her decision to stand down as an MP at the next elections She was first elected in October 1974. and has been described by Keir Starmer the leader of her own party as a “legend” and a “trailblazer”. She talks about the highligh…
 
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