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Macroeconomics has never been so ... delish! Macro and Cheese explores the progressive movement through the lens of Modern Monetary Theory, with hot and irreverent political takes, spotlights in activism, and the razor sharp musings of Real Progressives Founder and host Steve Grumbine. The cheese will flow as experts come in for a full, four course deep dive into the hot queso. Comfort Food for Thought!
 
Do you want to make smarter decisions about your money and your life? Do you want to make sure you have enough money to retire comfortably? Join Founder and CEO of Keen Wealth Advisors, Bill Keen, as we discuss money, life, and everything in between. Whether you’re on your way to retirement or already there, these shows will educate and entertain you on your journey.
 
Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway analyze the weird patterns, the complex issues and the newest market crazes. Join the conversation every Monday and Thursday for interviews with the most interesting minds in finance, economics and markets.
 
This is the Family Success Secrets show. Many families have struggles with their health, relationships, or finances. This show is designed to show you how you can resolve those problems with systems that we, or our guests, have demonstrated to work in our own homes. We have dealt with many challenges. Being a special needs family presents many complex challenges to family life. As we overcame these challenges, we realized that our favorite times were those when we were sharing our successes ...
 
Renegade Inc. is a new kind of talk show for people who think differently. We interview thinkers, writers, leaders and creators in search of new ideas. No soundbites. No shouting. No hype. Just great guests and entertaining conversation for people who want to question the conventional wisdom of modern life. Renegade Inc is hosted by award winning independent filmmaker and broadcaster Ross Ashcroft. It’s the show for the renegade spirit in everyone.
 
Electronic Groove Podcast features mixes from guest Djs including John Digweed, Damian Lazarus, Laurent Garnier, Hernan Cattaneo, Nick Warren, Timo Maas, Danny Howells, Lee Burridge, Steve Bug, Josh Wink, Chris Liebing, Eats Everything, Visionquest, Soul Clap, No Regular Play, Henry Saiz, Stimming, Miss Kittin, Cassy, Audiofly, and many more.
 
Welcome to the Osprey Podcast. We'll be chatting to a whole host of our inspirational Outdoor Ambassadors and Athletes including Aldo Kane, Jason fox and Victoria Pendleton to name just a few. We’ll be exploring the issues which motivate them and delving into their latest adventures. So if you’re keen to learn some lessons from those who take life and adventure to their absolute limits, then stay tuned, to the Osprey Podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Jens Mueller comes from Essen, the heart of Germany’s Ruhr region and in true German fashion, Jens Mueller is the master of all things Techno. Jens has been behind the decks lighting up dance floors since 1994 and has played set’s at some of the Europe’s most prestigious events such as Love Parade and USB Festival. Jens Mueller has been producing music for as long as he can remember and it certainly shows by some of the incredible tracks he has released such as ‘Pulsar’, ‘Get Back’ and ‘19AX ...
 
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The Zest Is History

Josephine Rozenberg-Clarke and Melissa Mason

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Welcome to The Zest Is History, a brand new podcast from Melissa Mason and Josie Rozenberg-Clarke (former hosts of All Aussie Mystery Hour). Each week, they will spin you a 100% legit and maybe 80% researched yarn from Australia's weird, wild and obviously zesty history. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We’re all storytellers. And these stories we tell not only shape our opinions, give us new perspectives and a shared sense of history, but they also give meaning and color to our lives. They connect us and bring us together. As a documentary filmmaker, I’ve noticed that there’s a special kind of story that we share — colorful stories that become part our own personal myth. As we spin them and toss them around, they evolve and get embellished. I’ve always kept a keen ear for stories — the big ...
 
This is Football Social Daily from Sport Social. We are the ONLY daily Premier League focused podcast bringing you all the latest news and opinion from the EPL. We tackle all the big Premier League talking points from the fans' perspective, 7 days a week throughout the season. Hit subscribe so you never miss a show and don't forget to get involved with us on social media - Twitter: @TheSportSocialFacebook: TheSportSocialInstagram: @SportSocialOfficalAmazon Alexa: "Alexa, Open Sport Social" F ...
 
This story is rated 12 as there is a romantic theme and also death, but nothing explicit, it's still a clean story. We find the team of David and John set to adventure out again. This time in an improved sphere and both of them are going to travel together. A new member is introduced to the team, Debbie Gill. Debbie takes over David's role, predicting the location of the black holes. The trip does not go according to plan, but oh no, don't look to me to spill the beans as to what happens, yo ...
 
In “One by Willie,” Texas Monthly’s John Spong hosts intimate conversations with a range of prominent guests about the Willie Nelson songs that mean the most to them. But this series isn’t just about the songs. It’s about what music really means to us—the ways it can change us, take care of us, and connect us all. Songs featured in the episodes can be found on Apple Music. Listen here.
 
The sun shines — you know it has always shone, changeless as Time itself. With such a faith — unfounded and therefore incontestable — I came under the glow of one brave June morning, threading field after field of blossoming clover until I stood at the gate of the bee-garden over against the hill. I raised the latch of the gate. Its sharp click drew to its full lean height a figure at the end of the garden, which was bending down in the midst of a wilderness of hives. The man came towards me ...
 
Our story begins in 1973 when the shy and reclusive schoolboy Jeff would spend hours hiding in the "studio" (little more than a school broom cupboard) with a record player, a cassette recorder and a handful of scratched 45's endlessly trying to emulate the DJs he would listen to whilst hiding under his bedcovers with his battered transistor radio pressed to his ear all night long endlessly as he tried to maintain the shaky reception to stations like Radio Luxembourg, the FAB 208, where you c ...
 
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This is an edited version of our latest live Q&A as I discuss the intersection of Politics and Economics with Professor Steve Keen (he has just released a new book) and the Founder of the New Liberals Victor Kline. Go to the Walk The World Universe at https://walktheworld.com.au/By Martin North
 
After spending so much of his academic career systematically disproving the many myths peddled by mainstream economists, Professor Steve Keen has written a manifesto. He joins Ross Ashcroft on Renegade Inc to detail a blueprint that will allow us to reboot our relationship with the economy, each other, and with the plundered planet on which we all …
 
In lieu of our normal Monday Property Rant, tonight we present an edited edition of a special live Q&A as I discuss SQM’s latest Property Report. Louis Christopher has an amazing grasp on the property data, and along with our property insider Edwin Almeida, we discuss the future trajectory based on his scenarios. Notably, you … Continue reading "DF…
 
Normally, economists expect a somewhat stable relationship between job openings and the unemployment rate. More job openings = more people are employed. Lately, however, the shape of this relationship has changed. Job openings are absolutely soaring. And yet total employment in the economy is well below pre-pandemic levels. On this episode, we spea…
 
Feargal Brennan is joined by Jay Motty and Mark Critchley to review a busy and snow filled weekend of Premier League action. Michael Carrick's positive start as Manchester United boss yielded a draw away at Chelsea as Manchester City edged out a 2-1 win over West Ham at a snow covered Etihad Stadium. Liverpool picked up back to back 4-0 wins at Anf…
 
Is a negative trade balance such a bad thing? Some countries with a bit deficit seem to be doing okay, like American, even the UK to an extent, whereas others, like Japan have a trade surplus and a economy on the road to nowhere. This week Phil Dobbie and Steve Keen discuss how important is a trade balance for the overall good of an economy. And wh…
 
Michael Albert is one of the creators of participatory economics (parecon) and has developed a vision for a post-capitalist world that includes participatory governance. His new book, No Bosses, A New Economy for a Better World, goes into detail. From Noam Chomsky’s endorsement: *No Bosses* describes and advocates a natural and built Commons, worke…
 
The extended stock values around the world, created by too much Central Bank and Government financial support, makes them prone to react to news be it bad or good in a more extreme way. As we said a couple of days back, given the liquidity often it’s a matter of switching between sectors based on … Continue reading "Omicron Day – Black Friday or Re…
 
Niall McCaughan is joined by ex-Premier League players Trevor Steven and Dean Hammond to preview the weekend's games, including a huge clash at Stamford Bridge where table-topping Chelsea host Manchester United. United sacked Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick will take interim charge. Can they revive their season with an unlikely win? Plus, can West Ham …
 
Manchester United look set to appoint German coach Ralf Rangnick as their interim boss. Who is the 63-year-old and what will he bring? (Part 2, 20:28) We dissect the performances of Premier League sides in Europe last night, including Conte's dismay at his Spurs side losing to unknown Slovenian team Mura. (Part 3, 45:13) The latest transfer gossip,…
 
I had a visit from David Llewellyn-Smith from MacroBusiness and Damien Klassen from Nucleus Wealth and Walk The World Funds. We recorded a discussion on some of the underlying drivers behind the economy. Go to the Walk The World Universe at https://walktheworld.com.au/By Martin North
 
All 4 Premier League sides are through in the Champions League after wins for Liverpool and Manchester City last night. Could we see another English winner this season? Plus, we discuss tonight's Europa League games and whether the notion that half time could be extended by 10 minutes is a good idea or not...…
 
Most of the big retailers have assured their customers that shelves will be stocked for the holidays this year. Nonetheless, there has been a lot of anxiety about shortages and supply chain disruptions all year. On this episode of Odd Lots, we speak with John Porcari, Port Envoy to the White House Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force. He's been coor…
 
In today’s show we look at some the latest developments in the digital finance space against the latest economic news. First American consumers — the U.S. economy’s main engine — showed little hesitation on spending last month despite the fastest inflation in three decades, setting up the economy for a year-end growth spurt.Purchases of goods … Con…
 
Feargal Brennan, Ian Brannan and Matt Pidd on midweek duty for a busy round of Champions League action for all four Premier League sides. Michael Carrick picked up a debut win as Manchester United caretaker boss as Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho sealed their place in Champions League last 16 with a 2-0 win at Villarreal. Chelsea cruised past Ju…
 
Tune in to “JEFF THE FISH'S SONIC NATION” a musical utopia where cultures meet - This week featuring: Cory Wong, Kengo Kurozumi, MF Robots, Kurt Elling, The Jive Turkeys, Nsue, Jules Brennan, Shay Hazan, Kuunatic, Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak & Silk Sonic, Big Sean & Hit-Boy, Loelash, Khalia, Joey Quinones, Sun Shade, JD Simo, The Be Positives, Danie…
 
In this episode Katie Keene, our host, discusses the secrets to educating young children, ADHD children, or children with learning challenges. There are simple ways to accommodate their needs, that enhance comprehension and success. Katie gives you those tips, so you may find joy and success with your children. Enjoy the show: ADHD and oxidative st…
 
Manchester United are looking for Solskjaer's successor - is ex-Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino that man? He has emerged as a strong contender for the Old Trafford hot seat. (Part 2, 21:28) United travel to Villarreal tonight in the Champions League with Michael Carrick in temporary charge. Meanwhile Chelsea face Juventus. (Part 3, 36:19) Gareth Sou…
 
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked as Man Utd manager over the weekend. Was it the right call and who is the best option to replace him? (Part 2, 24:09) The latest transfer rumours from the Premier League, including a shock link to a Chelsea departure for Mason Mount. (Part 3, 41:47) We select our ‘heroes and villains’ from the weekend’s games, with m…
 
In my latest chat with our property insider Edwin Almeida, we look at the change in the property weather, as prices are on the turn, the mythology of migration, and discuss why fire alarms which work are so important! https://www.ribbonproperty.com.au/ Go to the Walk The World Universe at https://walktheworld.com.au/ Find more at https://digitalfin…
 
Inflation is hot. You can debate why that is, or how long it will last, or who is to blame, or whether elevated inflation is a worthwhile price to pay for a fast recovery. But, regardless, it exists. So what now? Should the Fed pivot into inflation fighting mode? On this Odd Lots, we speak with Jason Furman, an economics professor at Harvard, and t…
 
With the US invasion of Afghanistan coming to end and Iran joining the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, the Middle East, otherwise known as West Asia, is seeing major shifts in geopolitical power dynamics.Ross Ashcroft is joined by Beirut-based journalist and analyst Sharmine Narwani, and journalist and investigative historian Gareth Porter to di…
 
Feargal Brennan, Jay Motty and Sam Lee look back at HUGE weekend of Premier League action and major talking points on the managerial merry go round. Manchester United have parted company with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following their 4-1 defeat at Watford with Michael Carrick taking over as interim boss in a dramatic 24 hours at Old Trafford. Liverpool …
 
In this long-awaited, much-delayed by illness and (technological) misadventure episode, Josie talks Mel through the mysterious origin story of Australia's national dance - The Nutbush. We recorded this as a livestream for our Patreon supporters so if you want to watch us record the next ep, get involved here for just $5 a month: patreon.com/thezest…
 
**Reminder** Each episode of Macro N Cheese is accompanied by a transcript and an “Extras” page with links to related material and resources. To access, go to realprogressives.org/macro-n-cheese-podcast. In one sentence: the winners and losers of the 21st century are the countries that attract young people. Parag Khanna is a leading global strategy…
 
Economics works so well because we al have perfect information about everything, all the time. Right? We choose products at the best price because we know all about all products and their prices, so we can make the best choice. That means we can all pursue our own self-interests to provide the most efficient outcome for any situation. Huh? This wee…
 
Sport Social's Niall McCaughan and Marley Anderson are joined by former Southampton man Francis Benali to look ahead to the weekend's Premier League games. With Eddie Howe, Dean Smith and Steven Gerrard all taking on new roles, we ask how exactly will they fare - plus, who will emerge on top between two form teams in Liverpool and Arsenal? All of t…
 
Jim Salveson, Marley Anderson and Joel Tudor discuss recent links between Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers and Manchester United, something the ex-Liverpool coach has labelled "disrespectful". Also, contract talks between United and Jesse Lingard have broken down and we answer your questions on who we think will finish in the top 7 Premier League pla…
 
The RBA’s head of payments, Tony Richards, said the value of many cryptocurrencies, which have surged to $US2.6 trillion, could crash when central banks decide to assert control over their monetary systems. He has warned users and investors in fad-fuelled cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin they risk holding speculative assets with “niche” uses that c…
 
MacroVoices Erik Townsend and Patrick Ceresna welcome Alhambra Investments' CIO Jeffrey Snider to the show. Jeff gives the first truly credible counter-argument to date for the secular inflation thesis that so many of our previous expert guests have come around to in the last couple of years. Link: https://bit.ly/30JPTZF…
 
Niall McCaughan is joined by Marley Anderson and Callum Tyler to discuss the latest Premier League news. Crystal Palace's on-loan Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher is reportedly uncertain about his future at Stamford Bridge - should he stay at Selhurst Park or try to make it at Chelsea? Plus, Dean Smith is confident his new Norwich side can surviv…
 
The corporate bond market is huge and important, allowing U.S. companies to tap investors for much needed borrowing. But even as sales of bonds have been booming in recent years thanks to low interest rates, the overall structure of the credit market and the way such debt is traded has been criticized for years. While stocks trade electronically on…
 
I am old enough to remember the 1970’s when central bankers were claiming inflation was temporary, before it took off into the teens and beyond. While I am not suggesting history will repeat, we can see the weird dynamic, with greed driving markets one way, inflation fears pulling in a different direction, and renewed lock-downs … Continue reading …
 
When "Sopranos" star James Gandolfini died in 2013, he left behind an estate worth $70 million. The musician Prince died in 2016, and earlier this year, the IRS valued his estate at over $160 million. Michael Jackson was worth $500 million when he died in 2009. Aretha Franklin's estate was worth as much as $80 million when she died in 2018. And des…
 
Tune in to “JEFF THE FISH'S SONIC NATION” a musical utopia where cultures meet - This week featuring: Kansas Smitty's, Jules Brennan, Yakul, Cory and The Wongnotes, Ken Nishizaki, Hamburg Spinners, Crushed Velvet and the Velveteers, JD Simo, Jay Tennant, Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak & Silk Sonic, Steven Christie ft. Joseph Malik, Khalia, Blufyah, Zac…
 
Jim Salveson, Marley Anderson and Ian Brannan are on today's episode of Football Social Daily discussing how the Premier League has dealt with the Newcastle takeover, which sides are early favourites for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and the latest transfer rumours.By Sport Social
 
In this episode Steve and Katie Keene, our hosts, are interviewed by Jake Anderson from the Podcast Marketing Radio.com. Listen in while Steve and Katie discuss their "Home Economy" - how they use their home as a training ground for their kids. Here is where you can find Jake: podcastmarketingradio.com Enjoy the show: Information on oxidative stres…
 
Ant McGinley, Joel Tudor and Marley Anderson reflect on a dominant night as England's Premier League stars secured their place at Qatar 2022 with a 10-0 thrashing of San Marino. We discuss the stand out performances and Joel pitches to play for the European minnows. Then we look at a story which seems to have caught West Ham by surprise, as their f…
 
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