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Best National Obsession podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best National Obsession podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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A new podcast celebrating all that's great about football's National League, by two Torquay United fans - comedian Charlie Baker and talkSPORT's John Cadigan
 
CBC Radio's The Current is a meeting place of perspectives with a fresh take on issues that affect Canadians today.
 
Brighten your week with the latest BBC Radio 4 comedy, introduced by Darren Harriott.
 
Your Host: Boston Braveheart-Current Events, Culture, music, entertainment, and spirituality. Truth Exposed Nation Ⓜ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gettyd/support
 
A weekly Mexican Futbol / Soccer podcast, where a panel of members discuss, argue and sometimes agree on various Mexican LigaMX or National Team topics.
 
The biggest moments in sports history have stories behind them which have never been told. In 1999, Brandi Chastain kicked the winning goal for the U.S. at the Women’s World Cup. Her victory celebration in a sports bra made for one of the most iconic photos in recent memory. But how did we get to a moment where a women’s sport became a national obsession? To answer that question, we have to go back. In Season 1, soccer journalist Grant Wahl traces that ’99 Women’s World Cup victory back to t ...
 
The great Australian dream is now an obsession. With 6.2 million active property enthusiasts spending twice as much time searching for their perfect home as going to the gym, is this obsession healthy? The Australian's economics editor Adam Creighton hosts a series of panel discussions with experts including Bernard Salt, author and historian George Megalogenis, Realestate.com.au’s property economist Nerida Conisbee and financial commentator Peter Switzer, to help make sense of this national ...
 
A weekly pop-culture / news podcast brought to you by Dolly Alderton & Pandora Sykes - the former co-hosts of The Pandolly Podcast.
 
Featuring conversations about Mental Illness from WOUB-AM's weekly community talk program, Conversations From Studio B. Monthly topics include interviews with specialists on Schizophrenia, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Suicide, Bipolar and Borderline Personality Disorder, Tourette's Syndrome, Depression, Police officer experience and Crisis Intervention Training, Family Member experience, Mental Health & the Courts, among others. While some of these specialists are doctors, researchers and ...
 
Hi lovelies, I'm Jenny! Topics I'll touch on - spirituality, food as medicine, my obsession with dogs, etc.
 
This is the podcast that explores British behaviour by unpacking statistics to understand the little differences – and similarities – between us all. Join Stuart Henderson, head of news at Yahoo UK, journalist Matilda Long, and data specialist from YouGov Victoria Waldersee for discussions around the way we work, sleep, love, celebrate and mourn.
 
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Michelle Grattan, Chief Political Correspondent at The Conversation, talks politics with politicians and experts.
 
Two ‘R’s. Two ‘C’s. Two friends with a Star Wars obsession and four days of down time between starts. Thus, a podcast is born. Join Yankees’ pitcher CC Sabathia and media personality Ryan Ruocco as they bring fans inside the mind of one of MLB’s most successful and durable performers. Recorded in-season and exclusively between CC's days on the mound, you never know who will enter the bullpen as the duo discuss sports, music, culture and more.
 
This show is for musicians, artists and entrepreneurs looking for ways to promote and market their business and their lives. Will have interviews with musicians and people in the industry to help you add butts in your seats for your shows, get you noticed and hone your craft.
 
BFM is a 24 hr independent radio station based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia focused on business news and current affairs. Core programs include business news, market reports from Malaysia and other regions and interviews with various business personalities.
 
Welcome to the Limitless Podcast, hosted by entrepreneur, ex-national athlete and former semi-pro athlete Thomas Rozema. I believe that there is Limitless potential within all of us. The Limitless Podcast shares not only my past experiences and stories but it's also a chronicle of my present-day development. On this Podcast, we will cover ideas ranging from Mindset & Peak Performance all the way to Mental Health. #limitless
 
This is the third chapter in Macaulay’s great History of England from the Accession of James II. In this chapter Macaulay looks at the state of the nation in 1685. He discusses the population, the revenue, the military system, the roads, the inns, the coaches, the great cities and, of course London, its coffee houses and first experiments in street lighting. An interesting diversion from Macaulays’s usual obsession with politics but worry not, he still manages to crowbar some political intri ...
 
With access to high-level movers and shakers in politics and government, and deep experience covering the real worlds of war, crime and terrorism, Geraldo Rivera reports from countless locations around the nation and the world, a twice weekly, half hour program filled with drama, passion and surprises. I will give you my unfiltered opinions on the latest breaking news, political commentary, interviews with news makers, celebrities, friends and foe. With shows originating from home base in Ne ...
 
A podcast about the disruption in our lives, how to move with the times, and how it has only just begun. In each episode, Keegan will share his thoughts on new and emerging technology, why it’s important, and why it could go mainstream. Keegan has been speaking about tech, SaaS, culture, and film since 2014 on podcasts, webinars, and blogs, and has had a startup featured to a national print and tv audience.Support the podcast at https://www.patreon.com/disruptionpodcast
 
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Welcome to the Edified Equity Thought Leadership Platform! Here we focus on Educating People about Investing in Multifamily Apartment Communities as a Passive (Equity) Owners. We focus on all of the unique Benefits associated with being a Passive Owner.Primary Goal: Educate Investors on the Benefits of, Passively, Investing in and Owning Multifamily Apartment Complexes in an effort to provide them with an optimal alternative to the traditional investments.This channel Will Help You understan ...
 
Love your bitchy self! Join us – Idelisse Malavé and Joanne Sandler the Two Old Bitches (from New York City) – as we celebrate kick-ass, unstoppable women from around the world. Women over 50 tell us how they re-imagine their lives, their bodies, their relationships and their creativity as they go through huge transitions. The 87-year old former dance teacher who lived with Andy Warhol in the 1960s and became an accomplished painter in her 80s; the 79-year old Australian activist who left he ...
 
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It's Episode Ninety Four of the podcast all about life in football's National League, brought to you by two Torquay United fans - comedian Charlie Baker and talkSPORT's John Cadigan.This week features tales of Oxford City, a big interview with very tall comedian Tom Davis, the inaugural Barrow Corner and the debut of new game 'Alan Dowson's Throwin…
 
Dez, Craig & Kam join Ross to lookback at Liverpool's 2-0 win over Manchester United. Can the Reds go unbeaten all season? Do United need to buy in this window? Also, big wins for Norwich, Newcastle & Wolves whilst Spurs were held to a draw by Spurs. Includes Winners & Losers of the weekend and a short preview of the midweek fixtures.…
 
Into The Blue is a show dedicated solely to discover and explore the latest tracks and releases of the week. Join your host, Tim Sharp as he spins you a fresh mix of eclectic tunes from all over the globe. -- Werkha - Generation X Dominic J Marshall - Time Unremembered Tim Shiel - Right In Front Of You (ft. Braille Face) Ultraísta - Tin King DieMan…
 
The good news is that 3,373 tonnes of illegal waste has been shipped back to it's countries of origins. The bad news is that Malaysia still generates over 40,000 tonnes of its own waste a day. We look at some measures that we must undertake to reduce the amount of trash that we send to the landfill.
 
A CENBET survey found that 58% of its respondents are in favour of bringing back the local elections but plenty of them weren't quite convinced that it will bring about changes.
 
We talk about political alliances and how they change after Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad commented on a meeting he had with PAS leaders.
 
The Chinese government plans to ban non-degradable bags in major cities by the end of 2020 and in all cities and towns by 2022.
 
According to Oxfam, 2000 of the world's richest people have more collective wealth than 4.6 billion of the world's poorest. Their annual wealth inequality report concluded that unpaid taxes and unpaid care work are the two biggest contributors to this.
 
Severe burns can leave scars that cause psychological distress to the person, even long after the injury has healed. So how are burn wounds managed and treated to minimise the risk of scarring? What is the role of reconstructive surgery in recovery? To help us find out more, we’re speaking to Dr Jagjeet Singh, consultant plastic and reconstructive …
 
Flying foxes are giant fruit bats, and are one of the most threatened groups of bats in the world, with their numbers declining sharply due to hunting and habitat loss. They play a critical dual role in forest maintenance and regeneration as pollinators and seed dispersers, and are particularly important for pollinating durian trees. Rimba’s Projec…
 
Today, England’s Department of Education kickstarts a new scheme that will make sanitary products like pads and tampons freely available to schools and colleges in the country. We take a look if we can emulate this to address period poverty in Malaysia.
 
A prized painting by Gustav Klimt that was stolen nearly 23 years ago, has been found and authenticated. We look at the fascinating story behind its theft and reappearance.
 
We talk to Newfoundlanders dealing with the aftermath of #Snowmaggedon2020, where about 90 cm of snow has fallen since Friday.
 
We discuss the extradition hearing for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou that starts Monday in Vancouver, as two Canadians remain in a Chinese prison under harsh conditions.
 
We ask why Canada should trust Huawei to build our 5G network, the next big step in our internet infrastructure. Alykhan Velshi, vice president of corporate affairs for Huawei Canada, says there’s nothing to worry about, but China expert Margaret McCuaig-Johnston isn’t so sure.
 
A satirical river of sound and a platform for diverse new talent, this is topical satire like you’ve never heard it before. A new open-door comedy for a fresh generation of satirists who don’t write sketches, jokes and one liners, but instead channel their talents into playing around with sound.Following an award-winning pilot and an award nominate…
 
To charge your smartphone, you still need to have some kind of cable running power to it from an electrical socket. But several companies have touted the possibility that over-the-air charging will soon render chargers obsolete.
 
As deepfake tech grows more and more convincing by the day, it’s getting harder for people to discern between an altered video and the real deal. An article that was supposed to tell us how to spot doctored videos doesn’t really say much at all, which means the only real way to spot deepfakes… is to consume as many deepfakes as possible.…
 
According to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia is on track to commercially roll out 5G technology in the third quarter of 2020. This comes on the back of launching the 5G Malaysia Demonstration Projects in Langkawi over the weekend, making officially making Langkawi a 5G-ready island. We look at the case studies that was showcased an…
 
It’s easy to feel like transformation is hard to achieve, or some miracle of life like a caterpillar metamorphosing into a butterfly. But it turns out that metamorphosis isn’t as difficult - or as clear cut - as the analogy usually suggests. Hetal Doshi, organisational psychologist, joins us for the first of twelve shows all about “The Butterfly Ef…
 
Ray Teng talks about his transition from a job in the tech field to founding a job-hiring company, how AJobThing caters well to all kinds of employees and employers, and how he’s used his learnings from his experience in the 2014 Alliance Bank BizSmart SME Innovation Challenge to take AJobThing to the next level.…
 
Nearly two years on from GE14, a new compilation of essays and articles, titled Rebirth: Reformasi, Resistance and Hope in New Malaysia reflects on the dynamics, issues and circumstances that underpinned the historic outcome. Our panel dissects what happened from their perspectives, and also discusses how the country should, or could, move forward.…
 
Lendlease, a global property and development company with AUD$100 billion of projects in the pipeline is known for landmark projects like Tate Britain and the Sydney Opera House. This company has now set its sights on TRX with a stake in the lifestyle quarter, so we speak to Tony Lombardo, CEO of Lendlease Asia to find out their plans in this very …
 
UMNO has emerged as the winner of Saturday's Kimanis by-election, which saw voter turnout of over 80%, and a winning margin of just over 2,000 votes. Does the blame for Pakatan Harapan's loss fall at the federal or state level? We speak to Ibrahim Suffian, Programme Director at the Merdeka Centre, about key issues like the Sabah Temporary Pass, the…
 
Tesco UK tries to sell its 2000 outlets in Malaysia and Thailand but faces regulatory hurdles as there questions of monopoly from the Thai Fair Trade Commission. Charles Allen, Global Retail Research Analyst from Bloomberg Intelligence tells us what the issues are for this sale and also what are the challenges for the supermarket landscape in the U…
 
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad launched the 5G Malaysia Demonstration Project in Langkawi over the weekend and announced that Malaysia is expected to roll out 5G technology in 3Q 2020. Separately, the Securities Commission launched Guidelines on Digital Assets which allows companies to raise up to RM100 million through initial exchange offe…
 
Stephen Innes, Asia-Pacific Market Strategist at AxiTrader tells us that the Chinese economy looks poised for a recovery after registering the lowest growth of 6.1% in 2019 since 1990. He also weighs in on the Ringgit direction after appreciating since the beginning of the year and notes that this trend looks set to continue as the local economy is…
 
We get you out of bed, to your first cup of coffee or to your first destination of your day with thought-provoking discussions on ideas, people and events shaping all our lives. 03:10 - How do you detoxify your toxic social media feed? 08:58 - What is the most important thing to you in a work space? 13:37 - What does the loss in the Kimanis by-elec…
 
This week, Patrick Teoh takes you on another foot stomping, hand clapping ride down memory lane as he blows dust off his vinyl collection to bring you a selection of the biggest hits from the 1980s and 90s.
 
An episode packed with topics. We discuss the recent Chicharito to LA Galaxy rumors, Pocho drug test drama, Pulido to MLS, Chivas recent win. John and I have ups and downs as the Pumas game is on while podcasting. Enjoy!By Soccer Chronicle
 
Bob, Craig & Keshika to lookback at the big news of the week. Barcelona's new coach, Quique Setien. We discuss. We also lookback at the midweek FA Cup replays which saw wins for Spurs and Man Utd. There is a full preview of the EPL weekend including Liverpool v Manchester United. Also, Treatment Table & 3 Big Shouts.…
 
An article by the BBC talks about how companies in the UK are welcoming neurodiverse talents and the measures taken to provide a conducive working environment. We also discuss steps organizations here can take in providing a neurodiverse workplace.
 
A study by ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute found that 73% of Southeast Asians fear that the region will be a battleground for influence by the US and China. We look at ASEAN's place as the grass between the two elephants.
 
A 17-member pro-tem committee has been established to finalise a draft on the Malaysia Media Council Act.
 
Standard Chartered expects the ringgit to do better against the US dollar in 2020.
 
In the UK, NHS guidance says that pharmacists should play a bigger role in getting the nation into shape by initiating conversations on topics like weight loss with customers. We look at the concept of offering unsolicited advice and whether it is an effective way to encourage others to lead a healthier lifestyle.…
 
Dr George Lee returns to discuss the latest medical news. Expect deep insights delivered with generous humour. Road accidents have remained one of Malaysia’s leading causes of death every year. Victims of road accidents often face injuries ranging from minor to severe ones, that could leave them with life-long disabilities. So how are emergency and…
 
History on Repeat is a new eight-part miniseries that aims to delve into key aspects of Malaysian history. While we won’t be able to cover every period and topic in our vast and complex past, we will be having a series of conversations on key subjects, places and themes, and discussing why our history still matters today. For our second episode, we…
 
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, better known as Harry and Meghan, have announced that they will “step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent”. If they can say “no” to family expectations, can we?
 
Has all that scanning and browsing of emails and articles online taken its toll on the way you read, say a literary novel? You're not alone. While research is showing that reading on screens changes the brain - and not for the better - it's not too late to change. And the solution could be as simple as putting that smart device away.…
 
The incredible and harrowing story of Craig Avery and Clarence Hynes, two men who believe they were switched at birth; author and journalist Peggy Orenstein says you should talk to your sons about sex the way you would about table manners — often; and we meet a former sea urchin diver in Newfoundland who has used his talents to haul 20,000 lbs of g…
 
The author and journalist Joel Stein makes the (hilarious) case for elitism in his latest book, In Defense of Elitism: Why I'm Better Than You and You are Better Than Someone Who Didn't Buy This Book.
 
Events this week in the U.S. Democratic race — including questions about Elizabeth Warren's so-called "electability" — are highlighting the issues women in politics face, including in Canada.
 
Yesterday, American authorities arrested three suspected neo-Nazis, including Canadian former army reservist Patrik Matthews. We speak to investigative journalist Jared Holt about why he thinks these arrests are significant.
 
In Australia, thousands of activists have taken to the streets, saying their government is doing too little to fight climate change and to stop the bushfires that continue to ravage the country.
 
In cram school-obsessed South Korea, students fork out for classes in everything from K-pop auditions to real estate deals. Now, top Korean firms are rolling out artificial intelligence in hiring - and jobseekers want to learn how to beat the bots.
 
Space travel is physically and emotionally taxing, which is why future astronauts might have emotional support robots to assist them on their missions. While it might not match the emotional resonance of another human, having a robot that’s catered to your specific feelings could save astronauts a lot of mental strain moving forward.…
 
In the name of science, would you let people see everything you do on your phone? That’s what The Human Screenome project aims to do, by asking volunteers to allow it’s app to screenshot your phone every 5 seconds. All this to give us a better idea of how technology is linked with social problems.
 
The Geeks look at how CES fared this year and some of Jeff Sandhu’s top picks and why robots could one day need emotional support.
 
In the wake of CES Las Vegas, MSP’s Father Time, Matt Armitage, looks back at some of his favourite gadgets of the ages.
 
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