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blue-sky (verb) : to offer ideas that are conceived by unrestrained imagination or optimism. Hosted by Erin O’Toole, the Member of Parliament for Durham and former leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. The Blue Skies political podcast explores issues facing Canada and the world in a format that brings together thought leaders for an informed and engaging conversation.
 
Each week Christian MP Tim Farron unpacks the murky world of politics and encourages believers around the UK to engage prayerfully. Tim will share what life is like in Parliament, which issues Christians should care about and what you can do to make a difference. Tune in every Tuesday at 5pm or download the podcast from your chosen podcast provider.
 
Usually weekly podcast from Chris Stephens, Member of Parliament for Glasgow South West. News from Westminster, Glasgow South West & Scotland. Local community projects, help and assistance for constituents and the Nerd Spot with other random nuggets from time to time. Sometimes there will be special guests! Occasionally serious, sometimes funny commentary on the week as seen through the eyes of a politician and his staff. We welcome any questions which we will try and answer for you!
 
Join us at the intersection of artistry and engagement! Life Coach and Singer Songwriter Daniel Mandel interviews artists and creative folks to shine a light on the importance of authentic self-expression and engagement. Daniel's purpose is to stimulate curiosity that will lead to play so that we each get to live our most meaningful adventure! I am a Creativity Coach and I’m the chief encouragement officer! I work with people as creators and artists to generate change through curiosity and i ...
 
A Show for Daytime and Prime Time Soap fans. Join us Sunday nights at 8pm ET to talk about the soap genre. soapparty411@gmail.com ^MP @minniepearl74 ,^CP @candypooh ,^SD @samanthadelayed @soapparty411 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Soap-Party-411/550072525059717?ref=hl
 
Guardian political columnist John Harris hosts a cast of voices from up and down the country as well as across the political spectrum to analyse the week’s political news. For US Politics with Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland, make sure to search 'Politics Weekly America' wherever you get your podcasts
 
Jess Phillips MP has always been a prolific letter writer and knows more than most the power of putting words to paper. In the middle of a pandemic that was claiming the lives of so many of her constituents and their loved ones, Jess was inspired to write her husband and children a letter telling them how much she loved them. So in Yours Sincerely, Jess is giving her guests a chance to celebrate three people that mean the world to them. Someone they love… someone who’s no longer around … and ...
 
The Mother of all Talk Shows is an alternative media internet sensation. Hosted by former MP and master speaker George Galloway, one of the finest socialists, internationalists, and democrats of his generation. His bravery for standing up for what he believes in and his legendary resume in politics and political activism speak for themselves. MOATS is one of the most listened to and respected news programmes outside of the mainstream media and Live every Sunday on https://www.youtube.com/c/G ...
 
Hosted by Australian Member of Parliament, George Christensen, the Conservative One podcast features discussions with prominent individuals and experts on both the big philosophical questions of our time and current events from a conservative worldview. The 2022 series focuses on the pandemic, lifting the veil on the virus created in a Chinese Communist Party laboratory to reveal big government control, erosion of freedoms and privacy, a push for global governance, multinational corporates p ...
 
Tokyo_86 AKA Mr Seroba The Selector Was Born in Jane furse in Limpopo, he started to follow Deep House Music 2008 inspired by the legends Dj Kent ultimixes and Deeper Shades of House By Lars Behnrenoth, then he started to follow more Deep House producers/Djs, such as Christos,Ralf Gum, Vinny Da Vinci and many more. He started Djing using Virtual Dj 2010 inspired by the above mentioned legends playing at small tarvens and parties in Limpopo that's how he got motivated by his community to foll ...
 
Wolf and David explore the history films we love or (or sometimes, films we’d loved just a little less but find interesting). Turns out we like different things…anyway, then we given them a score for two things – how good are they as a film, and how accurate are they with their history. When you’ve listened, join us at the History of England Facebook Group – you can vote, and tell us what you think of the film, and you can even tell us (in no uncertain terms) what you think of our views (whi ...
 
CLUBcast is your home for the latest & greatest Electronic Dance Music. Tune in each week as we bring you the best and most recent Dance, House, Electro, Progressive, & Tance tracks. -Co-Hosted by Envisional & MP. -Founded & Produced by MP.
 
Let's Play Ten: The indie and DIY music we love and why we love it. Hosts MP and Ben each pick 5 new songs from 5 different DIY/Small Label artists, and then one deeper track from an older release. We’ll discuss a little bit about each artist and try our best to be as entertaining as all heck for our listeners (we have stories). We DO NOT & WILL NOT monetize this podcast or it’s content, and we WILL NOT be adding sponsors of any sort at any time for our financial gain. We both just want to s ...
 
We Intent to Reach You with More Topics Related to Self-Development, Motivational Stories, Book Summaries, Interesting topics, Personal Investments, Financial topics, Local Politics, International Politics, Simple Economics Concepts, Interesting Analysis, Expert Opinions/ Interview and Travel Blogs. We will try our best to keep our contents well within 10 minutes. All Our Contents Would Be Delivered in Tamil. We also intent to Frame our Contents in The Simplest Way that Reaches Everyone. Kee ...
 
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Erin is joined by Roddy MacKenzie, a Canadian author and historian who travelled to London to join to the long queue of mourners honouring the Queen. Roddy shares his journey and reflects on Queen Elizabeth’s inspiring life of service. They discuss the role of the constitutional monarchy in Canada, the Queen’s special bond with our country and Rodd…
 
Children's Minister and deputy Labour leader Kelvin Davis has apologised for comments aimed at an ACT MP. Davis told Karen Chhour to "cross from her Pākehā world into the Māori world", in response to questions about Oranga Tamariki contracts. He said she was "looking at the world from a vanilla lens". But Chhour is Māori and did live in state care.…
 
It’s been a busy few days for the Conservative party. Rebel MPs pushed the chancellor into announcing a U-turn on abolishing the 45p top rate of income tax. Now it seems like another battle is looming over universal credit. The Guardian’s John Harris is at the party’s conference in Birmingham to ask: has Liz Truss lost control?. Help support our in…
 
The classic horror story of an unspeakable being birthed into our dimension in the Massachusetts hamlet of Dunwich. Narrator and Producer Marlene Pardo Pellicer Podcast of classic horror, mystery, skulduggery, adventure and ghost stories. Who's hiding in the closet? What's under the bed? You'll be asking yourself these questions after you listen to…
 
For those of you who want an extra dose of spooky stories. Host/Narrator – Marlene Pardo Pellicer Links to mp3 files and video link -- www.supernaturalstorytime.com MarlenePardo.com If you like the content on any of the shows, your donations is appreciated and accepted at Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Marlene11 Kevin MacLeod http://i…
 
Alex Scott is one of the most high profile names in women’s sport. The former Lioness started playing football for Arsenal when she was just eight years old, later, as a semi-professional player for the club she washed the men's team kit to earn extra money on the side. Alex went on to play for England 140 times and now presents on the BBC and Sky …
 
Tim is joined this week by Hannah Rich, director of Christians on the Left for part two of our special episode recorded in front of a live audience at Labour Party conference. They discuss the need for Christians of the same political thinking to unite with one voice before Tim takes questions from the audience. Tim also reflects back on an eventfu…
 
Solomon Islands' Foreign Minister has admitted the country almost didn't sign up to a declaration with the United States because it included indirect references to China. The statement was released last week, following an historic gathering of Pacific leaders in Washington. Jeremiah Manele made the admission after formal talks with his New Zealand …
 
The new rules around plastic are having an effect for dog owners and their pets' business. The phase out of single use plastics means certain dog poop bags are no longer available. Sustainable options like those made from environmentally friendly materials are now the only way to go. Our reporter Finn Blackwell and camera operator Nick Monro went t…
 
Foodstuffs has recalled various brands of Pams frozen berry products because of a possible link to Hepatitis A. They are currently being removed from New World, Pak n Save and Four Square stores nationwide and from Trents and Raeward Fresh stores in the South Island. Our reporter Finn Blackwell is at New World Victoria Park.…
 
There's shock and concern among commuters and businesses in parts of Auckland that will be sidetracked when several train routes are temporarily closed from 2023. A major rebuild on foundations underneath railway lines means everyone will be steered toward apparently 'express' buses for several months at a time over the next two years. Sally Wenley…
 
It's going to be a few more years before All Blacks fans have to worry about one of the team's key players leaving New Zealand shores. The youngest of the three Barrett brothers in the team, Jordie Barrett has signed on with New Zealand Rugby until the end of 2025. RNZ sports reporter Clay Wilson talks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightco…
 
Auckland Airport says it's "very sorry" for leaving more than 100 passengers waiting in a cold corridor on Sunday. But the airport and aviation security say they were left in the dark about Air New Zealand's delayed service. The late arrival of a flight from Samoa meant passengers connecting to an Australian flight missed the window to clear custom…
 
GPs say money to help increase the number of new community doctors is coming just in the nick of time. The government has announced a boost to the pay of trainee and junior GPs, plus support for the clinics where they work. Its aimed at fixing the critical - and worsening - shortage of GPs before it is too late. Health Correspondent Rowan Quinn was…
 
Cyber criminals have breached the IT system of a health provider with 450,000 patients. Pinnacle's Midland Health network was hacked last Wednesday, affecting regional offices and GP practices across the central North Island from Taranaki to Rotorua, and up to Coromandel. It says the system that was breached does not contain patients' clinical note…
 
A delightfully frothy Monday crossword courtesy of debut NYTimes crossword constructor Sarah Sinclair, with such bubbly clues as 44D, Person being used by another, CATSPAW, 37D, Playthings in bathtubs, TOYBOATS (try answering that 5 times fast!), and the mysterious (to Mike, at any rate), 49D, Common eyeliner shape, WING. We also should give a shou…
 
According to the Malaysia Retail Industry Report for September 2022, Malaysia’s retail industry recorded a growth rate of 62% in retail sales in Q2 versus 18.3% in the prior quarter. But will consumer sentiment remain high as inflation bites? We speak to Tan Hai Hsin of Retail Group Malaysia on retail players’ Budget 2023 wishlist. Brought to you b…
 
MOATS is an alternative media internet sensation. Hosted by former MP and master speaker George Galloway, each week he discusses the biggest stories not in the news with the best independent journalists in the world. This week's guests include: Author of Bombs for Peace: NATO's Humanitarian War on Yugoslavia, George Szamuley on NATO and the NordStr…
 
Two term Auckland mayor Phil Goff is hanging up the chains this election. The former Labour leader and cabinet minister has spent more than 40 years in local and central politics. Goff led the city through the Covid pandemic and lockdowns, locked horns with fellow councillors over the prospect of a waterfront stadium, fought for and got a regional …
 
In this letterbox episode, Jess speaks to Steph Hirst about the impact Caroline Cossey had on her and the way her story inspired Steph to believe she could take the next steps in her journey. Birmingham Literature Festival Live Show: https://www.birminghamliteraturefestival.org/events/jess-phillips-and-sali-hughes/ Follow the podcast at @jessphilli…
 
There's a hole lot of trouble brewing in Tauranga - over allegedly vicious pot holes plaguing motorists and pedestrians alike; twisting ankles and knackering tyres. And some are taking to a bit of DIY to patch up the problem themselves because they reckon the council not moving fast enough. The council's transport network operations manager Tony Bo…
 
The plastic phase out has begun, with polystyrene food and drink containers and PVC food trays now banned. If businesses are found to be deliberately flouting the new rules, they could be fined up to $100,000. Our reporter Niva Chittock and cameraman Nathan McKinnon took a trip around to the shops to see what's changed.…
 
Across the ditch there will be no official winners or losers in junior rugby league in fact no score kept at all in a significant shake up of the sport in New South Wales. In a plan reportedly signed off by the NRL and New South Wales Rugby League there will be a staged phasing out of competitive matches for children under the age of thirteen. Mean…
 
Surprise maintenance closures are heading down the tracks for Auckland train passengers and the disruption to commuters will last years. Rock foundations under several lines around the city need to be removed and rebuilt so they can cope with more trains on the lines when the network hooks into the City Rail Link, hopefully by the end of 2024. That…
 
A nice Goldilox Sunday puzzle by Kathy Bloomer - not too hard, not too easy, but juuuust right (although, as always, YMMV depending on a number of factors -- how much experience you have solving crosswords, your knowledge of pop culture and assorted arcana, and, occasionally, how much luck you happen to have about your person). In today's episode, …
 
SMEs were hammered during the pandemic, struggling with limited cash flow and reliance on brick-and-mortar operations. The government sought to help them with multiple assistance packages amounting to billions, as well as the record Budget 2022 of RM332 billion. With the country’s economy still on shaky ground, what can we expect from Budget 2023 t…
 
There are many great reasons for doing the NYTimes Crossword - one is their ability to shine a light on a great talent that you otherwise might not have heard of. Such is the case today, when OCEANVUONG makes their way into the grid (a debut for the crossword constructor, Natan Last) -- so if you get a chance, check out their poetry, it is really a…
 
Record numbers of nurses are quitting the NHS in England, according to new data analysis by the Nuffield Trust for the BBC. More than 40,000 have left the health service in the past year. Another report published this week from NHS Providers said the squeeze on pay amid rising inflation is forcing nurses and other staff to stop contributions to the…
 
Iain Dale and Jacqui Smith cast their beady eyes over the fallout from the Mini Budget and Liz Truss’s terrible week. They talk about events in Russia and Iran, as well as the Molly Russell Inquest and internet regulation. They talk about the Labour conferences, polls and the appalling comments made by Labour MP Rupa Huq. Smut content: Middling but…
 
A possibly easier than usual Friday crossword -- which according to the Law of Conservation of Crossword Difficulty™️ means that tomorrow's could be brutal! But we could not possibly complain about a grid that had so much ... ECLAT. And so, as today's podcast will attest, we did not. Five squares on the JAMCR scale, for a job well done!…
 
A woman posted a thread on Mumsnet about wanting to take time off work while going through a break up with father or her child, the responses she got were mixed. We want to know whether you would ever consider this but also would you be open about taking time off to help deal with a break up? We speak to relationship expert Mel Schilling and blogge…
 
A commentary on the last 11 songs created for the Podsongs project, with musicians Jack Stafford, Maurizio Sarnicola, Massimino Voza and Luigi Falcione. Go behind the scenes with the band to hear how they made the songs inspired by the interviews. 1) A Hose Through Which Love Flows 2) It's Not 1984 3) War On Mother Nature 4) From Me To We 5) This I…
 
Floridians woke to catastrophic devastation this morning after Hurricane Ian slammed into the state's southwestern coast. At least 17 people are dead but US President Joe Biden is warning it could be the most deadliest hurricane in the state's history. Ian was downgraded to a tropical storm as it moved east but has since upgraded again to a hurrica…
 
Sanctuary Dog Watch has finally said good bye to Boss, after 788 days in their shelter - that is two years, 8 months or more than 14 dog years. He's graduated with flying colours into a loving new home. Dog Watch Sanctury Trust General Manager Bridget Paterson is here to told Nick Truebridge about the turn around. [embed] https://players.brightcove…
 
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