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The Project Narrative podcast is built on the idea that storytelling is one of humanity’s greatest inventions, a way in which we both seek to understand the world and to change it. The podcast features scholars of narrative in conversation about short narratives that engage in that work of knowing and intervening. In each episode, a scholar reads a narrative aloud and then discusses it with the host of the podcast, Jim Phelan, the director of Project Narrative. The conversations range across ...
 
Hawaii Narrative Project's mission is to document the lives of everyday people in Hawaii, collecting and archiving stories, cultural anecdotes and traditions, for the purpose of educating current and future generations of Hawaii's diverse culture. Disclosure & Discovery is a podcast where we take our favorite stories and put them into short form audio packages for your enjoyment.
 
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Is that a fact?

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Is that a fact?

The News Literacy Project

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"Is that a fact?" is produced by the non-partisan national education non-profit the News Literacy Project. It seeks to inform listeners about news literacy issues that affect their lives through informative conversations with experts working to combat misinformation.
 
Project Voice is a podcast series is spearheaded by the voices of womxn and nonbinary folx of the Asian diaspora. As the host of Project Voice, I hope that this series will act as a digital space where members of our community can go to for guidance and resources. - Jessica Nguyen Founder and Host of Project Voice
 
Narrating your eLearning is about more than just delivering information, it’s about engaging your learners. To get the most out of your time narrating, you need to make sure you’re focused on the things that will improve the conversationality of your narration and connect your learner to the message and intent of your e-learning project.
 
Medical Humanities is a leading international journal that reflects the whole field of medical humanities. Medical Humanities aims to encourage a high academic standard for this evolving and developing subject and to enhance professional and public discussion. It features original articles relevant to the delivery of healthcare, the formulation of public health policy, the experience of being ill and of caring for those who are ill, as well as case conferences, educational case studies, book ...
 
Narrating classic tales of suspense, mystery, Sci-Fi and fiction, J.C. Rede lends his voice to the past to bring these stories into the future. All of the stories featured in Forward Into the Past were originally written as featured stories in various Dime Novels, Story Papers and Magazines of the late 1890s to the early 1930s. In the mid to late 1930s, Dime Novels began to shift in tone, but still continued through the early 1950s. Most of the focus on this podcast will be from the early st ...
 
The Leadership Project with Mick Spiers is a podcast dedicated to advancing thought on inspirational leadership in a modern world. We cover key issues and controversial topics that are needed to redefine inspirational leadership. How do young and aspiring leaders transition from individual contributor to inspirational leader or from manager to leader to make a positive impact on the world.How do experienced leaders adapt their leadership style and practices in a modern and digital world? How ...
 
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Pod Drash

Leon Wiener Dow

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Pod Drash offers a Jewish take on podcasts. Each episode is based on an issue as tackled in another podcast, which host Leon Wiener Dow and his guests riff on (i.e., “drash”), using Jewish tradition to provide new insights and even greater depth. Pod Drash is a project of Kolot.
 
Massive Entertainment - A Ubisoft Studio is the studio behind classic games like The Division, The Division 2 and World in Conflict, and that's currently working on Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and the Star Wars Project. In Behind Massive Screens, we dive deeper into games development, the gaming industry and the people behind the games.
 
Marketing in the age of Web3 is all about creating community, and you can't do that without a good story. Join lifelong storyteller and lyrical gangsta Mike Troiano on a journey to explore the intersection of brand building and Web3, to help you grow your community faster through the marketing superpower of a contagious narrative. Sponsored by G20 Ventures, the capital partner that helps Web3 communities grow.
 
You feel the fire. Your heart beats knowing you have a message of hope to share. But staying in your purpose and light every day can be hard and lonely. Dawnbreakers by The LifeBeats Project with host Briana Johnson-Hurst is a weekly podcast dedicated to providing tools, resources, and like-minded connection for men and women seeking to reenchant a disenchanted world. Each week, whether a conversation with a guest or a solocast, is dedicated to helping you, a Dawnbreaker, remain standing in ...
 
Dialogue: Disparities is a podcast discussing the socioeconomic determinants of health. Join the host Danlin as she navigates through some of the social injustices occurring in North America and their impact on health outcomes. This project is funded by the University of Toronto International Health Program.
 
Eric Stephen Booth, a BRIO, (Bronx Recognizes Its Own), Award winner, 2x BETA, (Bronx Excellence In Television Access), Award winner, a Playwright, Poet, Director, Filmmaker, Editor, Producer, CEO of Fruta Extrana Productions LLC and the Author of the Nemesis Horizon Project Novel Series, has ventured out into producing his own podcast.A 70-year-old black gay American male talks about his earthbound experiences living in the United States of America. This podcast is not for children or peopl ...
 
The Alabaster Jar Podcast is a weekly conversation that takes on current issues impacting women at the intersection of faith, theology, and ministry. Dr. Lynn Cohick, Dr. Ingrid Faro, and Dr. Beth Felker Jones pour out their wisdom from years in ministry and academia to inspire women to continue advancing God’s mission in the world.
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse NPR producers The Kitchen Sisters (The Keepers, Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, and Fugitive Waves). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast" —Ira G ...
 
The Grow Dialogue podcast is a liberation project that explores equity, inclusion, belonging, conflict resolution, and culture in the workplace and beyond...including in our personal relationships, families, and communities. Each week Dr. Sundiata Soon-Jahta and Maryella Marie will bring their listeners insightful guest interviews and artistic expressions curated to amplify emerging voices who are sharing practices that support society's transition to a more collaborative, just, sustainable, ...
 
The VM Podcast, a Vichaar Manthan project looking to explore modern day issues through a Dharmic lens. Through in-depth interviews with some of the best thinkers of our time, the podcast explore how we can better understand dharma, our lives, and recapture the ancient and classical ideals of sustainability, liberty and flourishing. Tune in, for an earnest conversation! - Hosted by VM fellow Sumit Sharma, who you can email on podcast@vichaarmanthan.org Join the conversation at https://www.vic ...
 
Seek Sustainable Japan (previously Seeking Sustainability Live) is an interview series with "good people doing great things in Japan". SSJ started in 2020 to give us hope by sharing the insights and good work of others. This interview centered talkshow seeks out better options in life, work and travel by talking with insiders and experts across Japan. How can we enhance our quality of life, yet have less impact on the environment and still have successful businesses and economies? There are ...
 
The Faith Full Podcast tells true stories about the Catholic faith in today’s world through compelling, narrative audio journalism. Episodes include interviews, narrative storytelling, and a blend of high-quality production techniques. The independent, listener-supported project is hosted and produced by Tony Ganzer. He’s a long-time public media journalist and writer by trade, and a Catholic by choice and upbringing. Ganzer has reported on many things over 15 years in the US and Europe, fro ...
 
American Muslim Project is a weekly podcast featuring Muslims shaping America. For nearly 500 years, Muslims have had a presence in North America and have made lasting contributions to American life, culture, and history. In each episode, our podcast elevates unique Muslim voices and explores how they are currently influencing the American experience. American Muslim Project is produced by Rifelion Media. www.americanmuslimproject.com For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartner ...
 
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Death in The Garden

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Death in The Garden

Jake Marquez and Maren Morgan

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“Death in The Garden” is a multimedia project that explores the complex intersection of the cycle of life and death, holism, climate change, civilization, ecology, and health from the perspective of two incredibly curious millennials on a journey to make sense of a very nuanced world. In addition to those listed above, our podcast highlights topics like regenerative agriculture, food, psychology, spirituality, politics, society, and our overall relationship with Nature and the ecosystems we ...
 
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This narrative medicine podcast explores how health providers and trainees think about their experiences in medicine. Not about how they make diagnoses, but how they relate to their patients and what makes them tick. Each episode interviews someone from UMass Medical School who has written a poem or essay to learn about them and their reflection. We hope this podcast inspires others to become more reflective practitioners as well. Reach us at murmursumassmed@gmail.com. We are collecting list ...
 
The Learning Experience Leader Podcast is a project devoted to design, leadership, and the psychology of learning. The aim of the show is to help you expand your perspective of learning design through conversations with innovative professionals and scholars across the world. Every other week a different practitioner or researcher shares insights from their work and experience to bring a more holistic view on how learning happens and what we can do to create amazing learning experiences throu ...
 
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Drone Therapy Podcast

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Drone Therapy Podcast

Kristel Jax (Brigitte Bardon't)

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∤ Kristel Jax is a Toronto artist working in music as Brigitte Bardon’t, a multifaceted project including Drone Therapy, where drone music tracks comedic, sincere explorations of mental illness and treatment. Brigitte Bardon't: 2020 Pink @industrialcoast 2019 Radio Songs @already-dead-tapes Drone Therapy Podcast x iTunes, Spotify, Bandcamp
 
We're all Qualified to make a difference with this beautiful gift of life that we've been given, however, being qualified means nothing if you fail to consistently do the work to become the person you were created to become! That's why our ultimate goal is to empower you to chase your potential and live a life that makes a positive impact! Because it's impossible to feel great about yourself when you're not performing at a level that you know you're capable of performing at. You're created f ...
 
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In this episode of the Project Narrative Podcast, Jim Phelan and Leigh Gilmore read and discuss the first chapter from Maggie O’Farrell’s 2018 memoir, I am, I am, I am: Seventeen Brushes with Death, entitled, “Neck.” Leigh Gilmore is a Visiting Professor of English at the Ohio State University and a Core Faculty Member of Project Narrative.…
 
Friends I am so honored to reshare a story from the LifeBeats Library Dawnbreaker, fellow podcaster and influencer Morgan Gifford of Motherhood Revival. Through the sharing of Morgan’s own story of being a people pleaser, we address what it means to own your own story and not let others determine your narrative, recognizing that we cannot please ev…
 
What is a narrative, exactly? It's more than a story. Stories often have a beginning, a middle, and an end, making them self-contained. Contrarily, narratives are open-ended. The outcome depends on the decisions and deeds of people involved, it has the potential to be a forceful call to action. Guillaume Wiatr, the Principal and Founder of MetaHelm…
 
In this episode, Nick Carter pays a visit to his current main suspect Kate Crandall to see if she can incriminate herself as to the disappearance of the Reverend Austin Maybrick. What does she know, and how much is she willing to spill? Let's find out! Theme written by Bernard Kyer for this podcast. Follow the link for more info. https://www.bardme…
 
Have you ever wondered where the earliest sermons in the Bible are found? Moses’ final speech to Israel, found in Deuteronomy, is the first time we see what is essentially a modern sermon—a long speech meant to communicate God’s truth. Just as Israel is about to enter the promised land, Moses reminds them that, just like their ancestors, they have …
 
In this episode we are joined by Trevor Klee. Trevor is the founder of Highway Pharmaceuticals is a biotech startup creating drugs for autoimmune diseases. Right now, they're running a pilot trial of our drug in feline stomatitis. Feline stomatitis is a serious autoimmune disease that affects 1 million cats per year in the US. The only treatment fo…
 
Marina Cantacuzino is a British journalist and storyteller, she is the founder of The Forgiveness Project and discusses with me the power and process of forgiveness in the face of tragedy and injustice. How do we restore those who have been imprisoned for crimes against humanity? What does the bible say about forgiving those who have committed sin …
 
In today’s episode Kaska Hempel, SCCAN Story Weaver, speaks to Alette Willis, one of the researchers involved in the Shifting The Narrative project funded by the British Academy, and carried out by researchers at the University of Edinburgh, with SCCAN as a partner. The project investigated how traditional storytelling can help communities achieve …
 
End of life educator Carol Schoneberg is sharing wisdom about disenfranchised grief, the grief that society says isn’t real, but we all experience. There are a lot of reasons someone’s grief might be disenfranchised. Dysfunctional relationships where there was abuse, or former relationships like ex-spouses can be sources of grief that’s not recogni…
 
Join Petter and new co-host Dori as they sit down with Palle Hoffstein, Art Producer for The Division 2, and dive into his job and his long history in the games industry. What does an Art Producer do and how do they work with the artists? What was it like to work in the industry back in the 90s? How did you develop a fully fledged FPS with only 20 …
 
What does family culture mean to you? What tools do you use to co-create a thriving family culture with your loved ones? In this episode, Sundiata shares a new vision of family culture based on his lived experience. From decolonizing parenting and community organizing, to unschooling young folx and raising free people we’re excited to announce 3 ch…
 
Like a Kaleidoscope, when life shifts, new beauty appears.​ Karen Guess shares how Kaleid women are on a journey together, connecting our stories with stories God is telling in our city. Shifts can be messy, confusing, hopeful, or uncomfortable. Kaleid embraces shifts. They welcome God's work within them as they gain new perspectives about themselv…
 
"Increasing Numbers of US Students Look for a ‘Real’ World," read a 1965 headline from the magazine Moderator. "Academics: Get Real!," the Harvard Business Review implored in 2009. "‘Defund the police’ runs into reality," the Washington Post warned in 2021. "As Latin America Shifts Left, Leaders Face a Short Honeymoon," the New York Times declared …
 
Persuasion is everywhere. Everyday life is a give-and-take of persuasion. The question is, how do we differ in our persuasive style and how does it affect us getting a "yes" more than a "no"? Our guest this week is the vibrant, best-selling author and internationally renowned presentation skills expert Michelle Bowden who talks about her research-p…
 
Grant was joined by the dYmension team to discuss what RollApps are?! Yup, that is not a typo. We delved into what the current limitations are with all L1s and how application-specific chains can implement the dYmensions stack to increase capacity, latency, throughput and much much more. Learn more - https://twitter.com/dYmensionXYZ Like, Share, an…
 
Friends I am so honored to reshare a story from the LifeBeats Library Dawnbreaker, Jessica Dahlquist, the podcast host of Extraordinary Moms. Despite her admittedly feeling like she is in a funk, her influential messaging shines through. Today we have a powerful conversation about giving your own voice weight and how your voice is needed in this wo…
 
After years of wandering in the wilderness and what seems like way too many rebellions against Yahweh, Israel has finally arrived on the edge of the promised land. What could possibly go wrong now? And yet even here, two of Israel’s tribes rebel, repeating the sins of Adam and Eve and dividing themselves from their brothers. Join Tim and Jon as the…
 
Fritz Schumann is a talented visual journalist who has been working on meaningful Japan stories by making powerful documentary films and writing stories about people whose stories are important, but rarely told. LINKS Okunoshima - Japan's Poison Gas Factory Documentary https://okunoshima.video/ All Fritz documentary films on VIMEO: https://vimeo.co…
 
How has the life and recent death of Queen Elizabeth II influenced popular culture as we know it today? It seems like the recent news of Queen Elizabeth II’s death and the current state of the British Monarchy is yet another event that is dividing people across media and creating even more polarization in our collective culture. From feelings of ad…
 
Warning: This episode contains a description of the loss of a terminally ill infant. It may not be for all listeners. Boy mom and advocate Kasey Carmona shares the story of her family’s hospice journey with her son CJ. Using her voice to advocate for her baby’s healthcare, Kasey and her family created quality of life for CJ. What they found were mo…
 
Angels seem mysterious and familiar all at the same time. Angels are by definition different than you and I are—they’re spiritual beings, without bodies, but can be present in our world. St. Augustine says “angel” is the name of their office, or what they do: they are servants and messengers of God. In this episode we hear about what another saint,…
 
What is zero-waste look like in actuality, does it really mean zero-waste?! This is the audio for an article I wrote on MEDIUM titled "Zero-Waste Branding Scrutiny" in response to an "insight tour" I gave to a visiting journalist who wanted to add Kamikatsu to his book, but was disappointed. This informs me as to how I need to do future tours and o…
 
Ania shares her story of domestic abuse and her passion for making sure other women don't go through the same thing as her by founding Shelter Movers in Montreal. Danlin asks Ania about how she wants people to treat survivors of domestic violence and the steps we can all take to be more supportive. Ania can be reached at ania@sheltermovers.com, and…
 
"Why Are We Still Governed by Baby Boomers and the Remarkably Old?," inquires The New York Times. "Why Do Such Elderly People Run America?," The Atlantic wonders. "Gerontocracy Is Hurting Democracy," insists New York Magazine’s Intelligencer. "Too old to run again? Biden faces questions about his age as crises mount," The Guardian reports. Though t…
 
We three idiots sat down and covered the latest updates in the market. Some talking points were The Wintermute hack, zk next narrative, Ethereum proof of stake, Gensler and ETH in US jurisdiction, Wombat Exchange, HXRO Updates and much more. Like, Share, and Subscribe for more cryptocurrency, deep dives, and market news Sign up for THE APE ENCLOSUR…
 
Christian theological education should reflect the rich diversity of the global body of Christ. Dr. Brittany Kim helped found and now leads Every Voice. Lynn and Sareen discuss with Brittany how Every Voice supports minority students and offers resources to help theological educators develop more diverse and inclusive learning environments. Learn m…
 
Velocity and speed are different things. Speed is the distance traveled over time. We can run around in circles with a lot of speed and cover several miles that way. Velocity measures displacement and it is direction-aware. Which is better for scaling? Simon Severino, our guest this week, is a genuine trailblazer as the CEO of Strategy Sprints, a l…
 
The story of The Real Ambassadors, a jazz musical created by Dave Brubeck and Iola Brubeck for Louis Armstrong in the 1950/60s—a poignant tale of cultural exchange, anti-racism, jazz history, and it’s a love story—between life-long husband and wife partners, Iola and Dave Brubeck and their vision for a better world. The original show, featured Loui…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Emad Mostaque, founder and CEO of Stability.ai to talk about his recent release of Stable Diffusion (an open source transformer language model), AI ethics, AI alignment, and what large language models mean for the fuutre. This episode was co-hosted by Lars Doucet.By Will Jarvis
 
As Moses’ death draws near, Yahweh selects Joshua to lead the people of Israel. What made Joshua uniquely qualified to lead? How does his leadership differ from Moses’? In this episode, join Tim and Jon as they discuss how the Hebrew Bible depicts Joshua as a new Adam, a new Moses, and a precursor to the Messiah himself. View full show notes from t…
 
I was lucky enough to be joined by the Y2K team who is currently building on Arbitrum. The product itself allows users to hedge against pegged asset risk in DeFi. This is something not seen before in DeFi and could have resulted in a lot of people not getting completely wiped out by the likes of UST. This was a fascinating discussion and it is real…
 
We encounter the second chapter of the Nick Carter mystery: The Call of Death. Shortly before leaving to investigate a bank robbery, Nick is waylaid by a mysterious lady insisting that she has a matter of life and death on her hands! What story can she share? Theme written by Bernard Kyer for this podcast. Follow the link for more info. https://www…
 
00:00 Welcome Stefanie Sekich-Quinn 00:43 Passion started in childhood 02:30 Save the Trestles Campaign 06:50 OKTie Wooden Glasses on Etsy 07:30 Policy & Implementation 11:00 State by State Report Card 15:30 Collecting Data 18:00 Public access to beaches 19:20 Outdated thinking 21:20 Real Estate Value & Risk 23:00 Hawaii's Vulnerability Assessment …
 
Our Story Weaver, Kaska Hempel, talks to Karen Ridgewell about year one of Scottish Climate Action Town project, delivered by Architecture and Design Scotland (https://www.ads.org.uk/) and funded by the Scottish Government. Karen shares lessons and tools for empowering communities to plan for their own climate friendly and fair future. Production a…
 
Controlling the narrative in your head is about your self talk. It's about the words you say to yourself and how you choose to respond when those negative thoughts creep in (which they will!) that tell you all the lies about yourself. This was an awesome growth moment I had this week and wanted to share it with you. Time to get better! Enjoy! Follo…
 
Our guest Dean Lambert of The Love Always Project knows firsthand how difficult it is to make funeral arrangements, even after 30 years working with funeral professionals. According to The Love Always Project website, “Dean Lambert has worked with funeral professionals for nearly 30 years to help them connect and serve the families facing one of th…
 
Today's Topics: 00:00 JJWalsh & Tove Kinooka Intro 00:35 Hawaii vs Japan 01:00 Little Hands Product 02:15 Ichion Forum ESG Event 05:11 Women Inspire Event 06:13 Women in Law Event 09:34 Re-Use Hawaii Deconstruction 11:30 One Young World 15:23 Online Courses Sustainability 19:45 Ahead of compliance 20:43 Hacking Sustainability BCCJ 23:50 Plastic Pol…
 
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