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The Guardian Books podcast is our weekly look at the world of books, presented by Claire Armitstead, Richard Lea and Sian Cain. In-depth interviews with authors from all over the world, discussions and investigations make this the perfect companion for readers and writers alike
History might be written by the winners, but in presidential politics the story is often shaped by the Long Shots. Journalist Conor Powell profiles eight presidential candidates who lost the race for the White House but dramatically changed America’s political landscape - right up to today. Long Shots is the story of America’s presidential battles – the contentious contest for the most powerful office in the world - and how knowing where we've been can help us choose a better tomorrow. With ...
It's the chance for you to hear first hand from authors on why they write their books...in their own words! Join J. Douglas Barker LIVE for iUniverse Radio.
Hosted by dubious twitter identity Former Legend and colourful racing identity SidPunts, Full Credit to the Boys is a Sydney based sports podcast where opinions, dick jokes and school boy humour are at Olympic standards.
You Can’t Eat the Sunshine is the podcast of Esotouric, the offbeat Los Angeles company that turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear. Each week, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why.
Can we learn to make smarter choices? Wharton professor Katy Milkman shares stories of irrational decision making--from historical blunders to the kinds of everyday errors that could affect your future. Choiceology, an original podcast from Charles Schwab, explores the lessons of behavioral economics, exposing the psychological traps that lead to expensive mistakes. Season 1 of Choiceology was hosted by Dan Heath, bestselling author of Made to Stick and Switch. Podcasts are for informational ...
The Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) is an independent, non-partisan research institute established in 2014 by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Chinese studies centres exist in other Australian universities. UTS:ACRI, however, is Australia’s first and only research institute devoted to studying the relationship of these countries. UTS:ACRI seeks to inform Australia’s engagement with China through research, analysis and dialogue grounded in scholarly rigour. The ACRI Podca ...
In a right of reply, we uncover the long history of Joel and Fletch on Full Credit to the Boys, and how their efforts here got them gig on the great SEN 1170 AM.
There was a time when people left their homes and went to the shops to buy their musicBy Richard Cain
IUniverse Radio order of interviews for show: 3:00-4:00PM EST 1. “Someone Needs To Tell The Truth”; by Michael J. Hall 2. “Green Walls and Brown Doors”; by Diane Casey 3. “Personal Meaning Demystified”; by Dr. Gerald MiddentsBy TogiNet Radio
How to talk about the Covid-19 rules and restrictionsBy Richard Cain
Jackie and Richard recall how they organised their travels in the pastBy Richard Cain
How would the world look if everyone did the right thing?By Richard Cain
How to highlight your product over others in a sea of choiceBy Richard Cain
How keen are we to put our dancing shoes on?!By Richard Cain
Meet Europe's five most impressive wild mammalsBy Richard Cain
IUniverse Radio order of interviews for show: 3:00-4:00PM EST 1. “Defending Trump: A Debate on the Trump Presidency in Real Time”; by Stephen Barry and Marc Z. Lieberman 2. “Diminished Capacity”; by Leighton Rockafellow 3. “The Twelve Murders of Christmas: A Toni Day Mystery”; by Jane Bennett MunroBy TogiNet Radio
Jackie and Richard enjoy the slow life on the canalsBy Richard Cain
We preview the Big Dance with Marty Lang, Scott Sattler and Robbie Kearns PLUS Bryan Fletcher swings by for his annual unfiltered chat. Download it now, before we delete it.
Parramatta go searching for the next next next Sterlo, the Roosters need a bigger cap, and the great Gavin Badger swings by.
In a past episode titled “Spoiled for Choice,” we looked at how decision-making can be hampered by our desire to avoid the painful emotion of regret. In fact, regret aversion can cause people to abandon certain decisions entirely. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look more closely at regret itself. Stirling Hart is a professiona…
Jackie and Richard go on a short road tripBy Richard Cain
2 Teams down, 6 to go in the NRL so we preview the second week of the Semi Finals in the NRL, plus Mystic Former delivers your October horoscope.
A laptop and the Internet is all you needBy Richard Cain
We drill down on the 5 hottest topics including the Wildcard Round, the best of the sacked coaches and Top 3 sporting flogs. Plus Kevvie Walters lands a nightmare job and we volunteer to dance at the AFL Grand Final.
For some people, the check engine light on their car dashboard means an immediate trip to the repair shop. But for others, it represents a nagging unpleasant feeling that’s best to be avoided. So they put it out of their mind for as long as they can. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we examine the tendency to avoid or ignore certai…
We drill down on the 5 hottest topics with Channel 9's James Bracey including conducting a live NRL draft (plus we stitch Sid up), the AFL sign ABBA to do their halftime entertainment and the NRL get AC/DC for their big day.
IUniverse Radio order of interviews for show: 3:00-4:00PM EST 1. “The Communing Tree”; by Theresa Verboot 2. “Death by Your Own Device: A Philip Sarkis Mystery”; by Peter Kowey 3. “Learning to be Oneself”; by Mabel Moyano & Daniella BarberyBy TogiNet Radio
It's not just people who like to find and keep thingsBy Richard Cain
We chat to Tigers royalty Pat Richards about scoring in two Grand Finals on two sides of the world, the brilliance of Benji Marshall, and umpiring Michael Clarke. Plus James Tedesco gets a lifetime of brown paper bags, and Sid makes scurrilous accusations about an Australian legend.
You’ve probably had the annoying experience of going to a store to pick up a few things, only to leave having forgotten at least one of them. That’s likely due to the challenge of holding more than one piece of information in your working memory while you shop, not to mention the effects of time pressure, distraction, and the procedural complexity …
We chat to the great Mal Cochrane about playing a Grand Final concussed, the lunacy and brilliance of Rambo Ronny Gibbs, and getting to know Jared Waerea-Hargreaves every second Tuesday. Plus Sid pushes the Tigers Big 4 to Belmore, and we discuss French arthouse movies. Well, one of them.
Three British icons that define our historyBy Richard Cain
We wrap up the latest round of the NRL, we hear some classic Grab A Mirrors, PLUS some of the best stories from a few of our favourite guests over the journey.
“Mom! Janey got more ice cream than me! Not fair!” For kids—and many adults—the notion of what’s fair or not often involves comparing quantities of some valuable thing. But there’s another, more nuanced concept of fairness that crops up in certain types of negotiations. In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at what people percei…
Jackie and Richard talk about what people wear on their headsBy Richard Cain
We chat to Duncan McRae about watching Wendell score 5 tries, sweet Super League coin and not playing for Porto Rico. Plus the Broncos and Siebs have a staring competition, and Dean Young turns the Dragons around in just 1 week.
We chat to Mr Queensland Ben Dobbin about the ongoing Broncos saga, Mary McGregor finds the key to getting the Dragons to put in a 100% effort and Seibold calls in the gun detectives from Law and Order.
Traditional economic theory says that more choice should always be better than less. After all, if the cereal aisle has corn flakes, honey nut corn flakes, toasted coconut corn flakes, chocolate corn flakes, multi-grain flakes, and all the rest, you’ll surely be able to find the breakfast carbs that suit your taste buds perfectly. But it turns out …
IUniverse Radio order of interviews for show: 3:00-4:00PM EST 1. “Citizen's Guide to P3 Projects: A Legal Primer for Public-Private Partnerships”; by Ernest C Brown 2. “Conversations With Myself: Short Introspective Discussions About life”; by Michael William PetersonBy TogiNet Radio
Big or small, should all businesses be online?By Richard Cain
We chat to Commando and author Bram Connolly about leadership, bravery and which Rambo movie was best. Plus we look at the mess that is the Broncos and the Richmond Tigers start dating each other.
We send our love under a bell, Madge Maguire wants to be a Cowboy and we give our Top 3 most over rated bands of all times. Its controversial!