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Vancouver's source for Urbanism, Insight, and Evolution. Hosted by Gordon Price, former Vancouver City Councillor and Director of the SFU City Program lecture series. Featuring interviews with leading players and emerging voices on issues of urban planning, architecture, housing, transportation, politics, culture, and public spaces.
 
Kate Glavan and Emma Roepke are here to make the wild world of wellness more digestible to you. We are your best friends who know *too much* about supplements like sea moss and sex dust. We know the nerdy details of the gut microbiome and the modern food system’s integral relationship to climate change. We are seeking to drive a new narrative in the wellness industry -- that you too can take your sea moss each day, but you can continue to challenge the elitist, exclusionary, and confusing as ...
 
Self Discovery Radio is focusing our direction on showcasing the work that people and organizations are doing globally in helping to redirect the world and its inhabitants to live in a more tranquil purposeful and meaningful liberating life. We believe if we share the stories and some of the incredible journeys that ordinary people have made in redirecting theirs lives and in embracing their true love of life and purpose, it will not only inspire you the listener but also show you who you ca ...
 
Lauren is a 6 figure stripper turned SUPER CEO hell bent on creating more well rounded and wealthy womxn on this planet. Her main goal? For you to become the best possible version of yourself: sexy, free, expressive, unapologetically confident, + prosperous. She uses a blend of fucked up humor, manifestation principles, soulful sales strategy, and physical healing modalities (such as hypnosis, EFT, NLP, + trauma informed life coaching) to help luscious babes all over the globe achieve luscio ...
 
Check out our website! http://WWW.LOGOSMEDIA.COM Logos Media podcast with host Jan Irvin. Gnostic Media is now Logos Media - open-source, independent media that pulls you outside of the box and into the heart of cognizance itself. Topics of investigation include: education and the 7 liberal arts (the trivium and quadrivium), the mystery schools, mythology, theology, shamanism, entheogens, archaeoastronomy, politics, economics, and much more. By bringing together leading academic and independ ...
 
~60 min class time with Pastor Kevin Wright discussing the History of the Church within the context of the history of the world. Listen as they discuss how the Church developed and how it affected the world in the process (and how it was affected by the world in return). Make connections on how history repeats itself -- how we can learn from that, and how we tend to make the same mistakes people made in the past. This series was originally presented with PowerPoint slide shows. Unfortunately ...
 
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In 1969 a satirical book, The Peter Principle, suggested that promotion led to incompetence. Written by a Canadian Professor of Education, Dr Laurence J. Peter and playwright Raymond Hull, the book was a parody of management theory but it's core message struck a chord with many. It became an instant classic, selling millions of copies around the wo…
 
In 1971 a group of squatters, artists and activists took over a disused military barracks on the edge of Copenhagen. They established a self-governing hippy commune called Freetown Christiania, after the surrounding district of Christianshavn. Residents began to build houses along their own experimental designs and soon Christiania had its own thea…
 
In 2010 the Haitian capital and surrounding areas were hit by a catastrophic earthquake. Much of Port Au Prince was flattened and more than a hundred thousand people were killed. Amid the destruction and death people's first instinct was to pull together and help one another. Zak Brophy has been speaking to Kinsley Jean who was just a teenager when…
 
King Louis XVI of France and his queen, Marie Antoinette, were killed during the French Revolution. Their son and heir was said to have died in prison in 1795 but did he in fact escape? The 10-year-old spent his last two years of life in solitary confinement with no human contact. During his final few months he neither talked nor walked, rumours sp…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma talk about caffeine! We discuss the various types of caffeine like coffee, tea, kombucha, bulletproof, energy drinks, pills, etc. Kate and Emma talk about the wide-ranging health benefits of caffeine, while also navigating how to balance caffeine and sleep by looking at which groups should be cautious of their inta…
 
In September 1971 prisoners in a high security jail in the USA turned on their guards taking 42 people hostage. After 4 days of negotiations, armed police retook the jail. By the time the siege ended 39 people were dead. Rebecca Kesby spoke to Carlos Roache, a former prisoner who took part in the uprising.PHOTO: Attica prisoners making the black po…
 
In the Aftermath of the Al Qaeda attacks against America on September 11th 2001, many Muslims living in the US had their allegiance to America questioned. In the days after 9/11 all over America hate crimes against Muslims and anyone perceived to be Muslims soared. In 2001, according to crime statistics by the FBI, hate crimes against Muslims and A…
 
In October 2001, just a month after the 9/11 attacks, the first airstrikes against Afghanistan began in what the US and its allies called Operation Enduring Freedom. The country was being targeted because it had provided a haven for al-Qaeda. In 2011 Louise Hidalgo spoke to two Afghans who were in Kabul the night the bombing started.(Photo: The aft…
 
The al-Qaeda attacks against America took place on the morning of September the 11th 2001. The news was broken to the US President, George W Bush by his Chief of Staff Andrew Card, as he was on a visit to an elementary school. Simon Watts reports. This programme was first broadcast in 2020.(Photo: President George W. Bush shortly after learning of …
 
On the 9th of September 2001 the Afghan fighter Ahmed Shah Massoud who led the opposition to Taliban rule, was killed by a suicide bomber. Just two days later, Al Qaeda carried out their attacks in the USA. In 2011 Louise Hidalgo spoke one of Ahmed Shah Massoud's friends who was with him the day he died.PHOTO: Ahmed Shah Massoud (Getty Images)…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma talk about how your favorite hippie foods got to your plate! We get into the history of the 1960s in the United States -- looking at the ways in which counterculture, anti-corporate attitudes, radicalism, student protest, etc. elevated food to symbolize both a political and moral choice. We discuss tofu, brown rice…
 
Throughout 2001 the US authorities were being given warnings that a terror attack was imminent. A Congressional Commission, FBI officers and the CIA were all worried. There were even specific warnings about planes being flown into buildings. Louise Hidalgo spoke to former Senator Gary Hart who co-chaired the Congressional Commission that tried to c…
 
When World War Two ended and the Korean peninsula was divided, Soviet soldiers occupied the North, and US soldiers occupied the South. So how did one man, Kim Il-sung, take control of communist North Korea and create the long-lasting dynasty that still runs the country today? Kevin Kim has been hearing from Professor Kim Hyung-suk about his meeting…
 
Palermo businessman Libero Grassi published an open letter in Sicily’s main newspaper denouncing the Mafia for constantly demanding extortion payments. Grassi was hailed as a hero, but his public refusal to pay was intolerable to the Mafia and a few months later, in the summer of 1991, he was executed in person by one of Cosa Nostra’s top bosses. L…
 
When South Vietnam fell in 1975, most could not escape. In the last days, the US airlifted its remaining personnel and some high ranking Vietnamese officials - but millions were left behind to await their fate. This is the account of one South Vietnamese veteran who remained in Saigon as North Vietnamese forces took the city. Dr Tran Xuan Dung serv…
 
This electric car revolution is finally on the horizon: many car manufacturers have promised to make only electric vehicles in the near future, in response to the climate emergency. But the first mass-produced modern electric car, the General Motors EV1, was launched back in 1996. Within a few short years it was scrapped: almost every vehicle was r…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma answer the listener's submitted questions for back to school season. This pod is for all of our sea moss girlies headed back to college or university! We talk about the food at dining halls, general health/wellness advice on a new college campus, organization + time management tips, plus how to balance being a well…
 
Muhammadu Buhari's military government launched an unusual campaign to clean up Nigeria in August 1984. Under the policy, Nigerians were forced to queue in an orderly manner, to be punctual and to obey traffic laws. The punishments for infractions could be brutal. Veteran Nigerian journalist Sola Odunfa spoke to Alex Last about the reaction in Lago…
 
In the mid 2000s disability campaigners in Mexico were stepping up their efforts to secure changes in laws and attitudes in their country. They faced indifference from politicians and business leaders, and stereotypical portrayals in the media. For the estimated 4.3 million women with disabilities in Mexico, the situation was even more difficult. M…
 
When the RMS Titanic sank in 1912, after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic, roughly 700 passengers survived by escaping in the ship's lifeboats. Among them were six Chinese sailors travelling in third class. Unlike other survivors, their stories remained untold for decades. They faced racism and a hostile immigration system when they reached…
 
In today’s show, Kate and Emma talk about the rise of alternative milks! We talk about the decline of traditional milk consumption in the United States coupled with a surging demand for plant-based alternatives. We look into the health questions surrounding dairy including topics like calcium, bone health, and lactose intolerance. We then investiga…
 
The economist John Maynard Keynes transformed 20th century economic policy. Considered one of the great minds of his age, his seminal work The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, sought to diagnose and find solutions to the misery and mass unemployment of the Great Depression. For decades his ideas were central to economic policy adop…
 
Nicolae Ceaușescu was the first communist leader to be given a full state visit to the UK, but it was controversial from the outset. The Romanian president was a known dictator who ran a brutal regime, but Britain was still cash-strapped after World War Two and was desperate to build new trading partners. Dorian Galbinski was one of the main transl…
 
In August 1990 following the Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein’s invasion of neighbouring Kuwait hundreds of foreign nationals were held hostage by the Iraqi government. Among them were the Rahims, a British Muslim family who had been in Iraq on a religious pilgrimage. Sameer Rahim has been speaking to Farhana Haider about his time as Saddam's prisone…
 
In this thrilling return after a brief hiatus; our lovely host sits down to dish on vaccines, learning, recognizing your surroundings, and letting it be ok to change your mind. You won't want to miss this one; besides haven't you missed her enough as is? SAFE TO BE SEEN CARTS OPEN: Https://www.luscious-lifestyles.mykajabi.com/Safetobeseen All the w…
 
When Indian independence leaders, including Gandhi, were jailed in 1942, activists set up a secret radio station to carry the message of rebellion against British rule. Among the campaigners who worked at the station was Usha Mehta, who was later imprisoned for broadcasting anti-British news and playing patriotic music. Claire Bowes has been listen…
 
The last remaining US forces pulled out of Vietnam on April 30th 1975 as communist North Vietnamese troops took control of the country. There was a desperate scramble to evacuate US personnel and some Vietnamese colleagues who feared brutal reprisals at the hands of the communists for having helped the Americans. With the airport destroyed, they ha…
 
In today's episode, Kate and Emma talk all things herbs -- teas, tinctures, roots, etc.! We give you a brief history of such healing practices in the United States, then give you our favorite herbs for stress, sleep, digestion, and so much more. Kate and Emma talk about cultural appropriation, government regulation, and ethical sourcing to leave yo…
 
Genocide has a long and grim history, but until the 1950s, the mass extermination of a people or a group was an atrocity without a name, a definition or an international law against it. One man did more than anyone else to change that: the Polish Jewish lawyer, Raphael Lemkin. He coined the term genocide and fought for decades to stop it. He also s…
 
Vera Lengsfeld was a prominent human rights activist in East Germany who was arrested and jailed for taking part in a peaceful protest. She was sent to Hohenschönhausen, the main political prison of the former East German Communist Ministry of State Security, the Stasi. There she was kept in solitary confinement until shortly before the Berlin Wall…
 
East Germany's most famous singer-songwriter was exiled to the West in November 1976, causing an international outcry. Wolf Biermann was stripped of his GDR citizenship while on tour in West Germany.Wolf Biermann spoke to Lucy Burns about his political songs and his fame on both sides of the Berlin Wall.This programme is a rebroadcastPicture: Wolf …
 
How a young West German student helped East Berliners escape communism at the height of the Cold War. Volker Heinz told Robin Lustig how he worked with a Syrian diplomat to smuggle people across the Berlin Wall in the boot of the diplomat's car. From March to September 1966 the pair managed to help more than 60 people to make the crossing.This prog…
 
In today’s episode, Kate and Emma discuss sports supplements -- things like Creatine, Caffeine, Protein, Amino Acids, and so much more. We nerd out about how to train with your menstrual cycle, the dangers of underfueling, how to shop for supplements, and meal timing with your workouts. We finish off with our advice on the best ways to build out a …
 
In the early 1990s, when homosexuality was still a criminal offense in India, a group of gay men and lesbian women set up the Counsel Club in the city of Kolkata. It was one of the first queer support groups in India. Their first meetings took place in secret at the home of one of the members. Later, the group campaigned for gay rights in India and…
 
When the US led invasion of Afghanistan ousted the repressive Taliban regime in 2001, it was no longer illegal to listen to music or news on the radio. Afghan businessman Saad Mohseni returned to his home town of Kabul to launch Arman FM, a new radio station which played modern music and comedy programmes amongst other things which had been banned …
 
Michael Austin had spent years in a Hindu meditation cult before becoming agnostic. Then, at age 59, he finally found the truth he had been searching for. This is the second part of Michael’s amazing story. You can connect with us through email at gps@billygraham.org or on Billy Graham Radio on Facebook. You’re anxious or fearful and would like to …
 
When the south-east region of Nigeria declared itself to be the independent state of Biafra, civil war broke out. More than a million people died before the fighting stopped. We bring you one child’s story of getting caught up in the frontline. Paul Waters hears from Patricia Ngozi Ebigwe, now better known as TV and music star Patti Boulaye, who wa…
 
The 1970s were a time of rapid development in the Indian Himalayas. New roads had recently been built, allowing logging companies greater access to the region’s vast, remote forests. Local people made a subsistence livelihood from these woods, and when the trees were cut down they endured erosion, poor farming conditions and catastrophic floods. A …
 
In today’s show, Kate and Emma try to figure out… what the f*ck is GOOP? We talk about how Gwenyth Paltrow got into wellness, transformed the industry, and discuss what GOOP’s rise says about consumerism and the distrust of modern medicine. Kate and Emma talk about the controversies and lawsuits that GOOP has gotten into -- things like the jade egg…
 
In 1961, the Washington Post newspaper hired an African American woman as a reporter for the first time. Dorothy Butler Gilliam was only 24 when she got the job. At the time there were hardly any women or minorities working in newsrooms. Most of her white colleagues wouldn’t speak to her, taxis wouldn’t stop for her. Dorothy has been speaking to Fa…
 
“I looked back and recognized I was in a cult for 15 years.” Michael Austin spent most of his 20s and 30s in a Hindu meditation cult worshiping an Indian guru. He thought he found the spiritual truth he was searching for, only to discover it was a lie. This is the first part of his dramatic life story. You can connect with us through email at gps@b…
 
Remembering the earthquake and tsunami which devastated Japan and triggered a nuclear emergency in 2011. Max Pearson, who reported from Japan at the time, presents eyewitness accounts of the disaster which left thousands dead and led to many questioning the future of the country's nuclear industry. Photo: Tsunami smashes into the city of Miyako in …
 
After decades of campaigning in Japan, the pill was finally legalised in 1999. In contrast, the male impotency drug Viagra was approved for use in just six months, and legalised before the contraceptive pill for women. Politician Yoriko Madoka pushed hard for the right to take the pill and told Rebecca Kesby that sexism and male dominance in Parlia…
 
In January 1972 a Japanese soldier was found hiding in the jungle on the Pacific island of Guam. He had been living in the wild there for almost 30 years unaware that World War Two had ended. His name was Shoichi Yokoi. Mike Lanchin spoke to his nephew and biographer.This programme is a rebroadcastPhoto: Shoichi Yokoi on his arrival back in Japan i…
 
In today's episode, Kate and Emma bring you sea moss girlies another LOVELINE episode! You send us some juicy DMs with your current love situations. We went ahead and gave you our silly little love advice. We chat about dating apps, long-distance relationships, hookup culture, red flags, and how to be a wellness god out there in the dating world. K…
 
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