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Best The Columbian podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best The Columbian podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Book of Mormon is a fascinating work of literature, teeming with stories of prophets, kings, and warriors on the pre-Columbian American continent. Is it a holy writ of ancient history and Christian theology, or did it come from a more recent source. On this podcast, we aim to find out if there are books out there similar to the Book of Mormon that were produced prior to 1830 when the Book of Mormon was released.
 
The Columbian Orator, a collection of political essays, poems, and dialogues first published in 1797, was widely used in American schoolrooms in the first quarter of the 19th century to teach reading and speaking. Typical of many readers of that period, the anthology included many speeches celebrating "republican virtues" and promoting patriotism. The Columbian Orator is an example of progymnasmata, containing examples for students to copy and imitate. In his Narrative of the Life of Frederi ...
 
British Columbia's only daily news show focused on business, brought to you by Business in Vancouver newspaper and biv.com. Join hosts editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe as well as reporters Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin as they interview Canada's business and political leaders about the pressing issues facing British Columbian businesses and industries today. Join them as they discuss real estate, technology, the resource industries and local and provincial politics.
 
Enid Yandell (October 6, 1870 - June 13, 1934) was an American sculptor who studied with Auguste Rodin and Frederick William MacMonnies. She created numerous portraits, garden pieces and small works as well as public monuments. Ms. Yandell also studied in Paris and kept a studio there. This book, Three Girls in a Flat, is a semi-autobiographical account of her work as a sculptor for the Horticultural Building at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. Co-written with two friends ...
 
This conference brings together an outstanding panel of scholars and experts in Mesoamerican studies. They will be sharing their knowledge and recent findings on the making and historical significance of the Bodleian's and other early, pictorial Mesoamerican manuscripts, situating them in the context of the pre-Columbian and colonial societies that produced them, describing the world they depict, and reflecting upon their meaning in contemporary Mexico and beyond.
 
What makes us human? Humans are just animals who know how to cook. Whether you're interested in food, history, or both like I am, this podcast is for you Visit anthrochef.blog for recipes. Theme music by Michael Levy of Ancient Lyre. “An Ancient Lyre” and much more is available from all major digital music stores and streaming sites.
 
This is the podcast about the history of Mexican folklorico dance and music from the Pre-Columbian era to the modern day. This will have not only descriptions and samples of the different pieces from different regions and eras, but also live interviews with the musicians and artists that have been involved with Mexican folklorico music and dance. In particular, mariachi musical groups, trios and other bands will be discussed.
 
Travel back in time with me to some of the most fascinating moments in human history. Witness colossal sea battles involving tens of thousands of men, take part in pagan blood rituals in the mysterious forests of Northern Europe and engage in highly orchestrated tribal warfare within Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. All this and more from the comfort of your own living room/bus to work/toilet throne
 
This book is an early history of the Starved Rock Area in Northern Illinois. In the pre-Columbian era, the Starved Rock area was home to Native Americans, particularly the Kaskaskia who lived in the Grand Village of the Illinois across the river. Louis Jolliet and Jacques Marquette were the first Europeans recorded as exploring the region, and by 1683, the French had established Fort St. Louis on a large sandstone butte overlooking the river. According to a native legend, a group of Illinois ...
 
2016 People's Choice Podcast Awards Nominee!! Horror! Gore! Comedy! Questionable Material! All this and MORE on The Horrorfied Podcast! Laugh as your Horror Hosts Justin, Ian, Sarah and Producer Xack talk about all the slashy, schlocky gore and horror they love, hate, and love to hate and tear it apart piece by piece! Gasp as your humble narrators tear down the ooky spooky curtain and dive into the trenches of the terrifying unknown and dish about the occult, paranormal, and true crime event ...
 
125 years ago, the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair drew millions to Chicago and left a lasting impact. In “From the Midway,” host Colleen Connolly dives into the legacy left behind by the fair, including the remnants that can still be viewed today, the cultural legacy of the fair, the evolution of the Ferris wheel and products that made their debut at the exposition, and still exist today. “From the Midway” is a production of the Chicago Tribune. It was created by digital news editor Colleen Conno ...
 
BLACK MAGIC, is a new short story by Dan Shaurette, a prequel to his upcoming novel, BLACK CASTLE. Capt. Matt Black and Dr. Andrew MacGillivray are a pair of paranormal private eyes hot on the trail of someone — or something — killing women during the raucous 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Stranger things are afoot however when their friend, L. Frank Baum, finds a man who was brutally attacked not far from the Fair. Featuring the voice talents of Mat Weller, Murdo Morrison, Ma ...
 
From humble beginnings as an actor and dancer to the decks of some of Australia’s most renowned clubs and events, DJ MKY has officially landed, smack-bang, centre stage… and it’s only the beginning.Given his debut at long-running Sydney mega party Daywash and being a finalist in the Mardi Gras Spin-Off Competition, he was soon to be snapped up by some of Australia’s hottest clubs and bars including The Shift, ARQ Sydney, Columbian, Stonewall and Nevermind, not only for his “hands-in-the-air” ...
 
The only way to save the future is to decode the past. The only way to decode the past is to save the future. Archaeologist Sheppard Smyth has staked his career and the honorable memory of his wife and partner on proving his widely panned theory: Cleopatra VII, the last sovereign pharaoh of Egypt, was not a victim of suicide as history suggests, but of a well-concealed murder. When a statue of the doomed Queen is unearthed in a pre-Columbian excavation site in Mexico, Shep rushes to investig ...
 
History speaks to us through the many threads of the past, informing our present and predicting our future. Vox History examines those voices in a unique way. Each episode of this podcast is created by students of history at Elk Grove High School. In lieu of traditional tests and activities, the students pick the topics and produce the episodes. Sometimes you may hear the voice of teachers as well, as they become inspired by the students.
 
In perhaps the most audacious military enterprise in the history of human conquest, Cortez, with only a few hundred men, conquered a civilization of tens of thousands. This is the story of an Englishman who boards a merchant ship destined for the New World, but a shipwreck strands him in Pre-Columbian Mexico, and Roger must find a way to avoid becoming one of the many human sacrifices offered to the Aztec gods.
 
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The tourism and hospitality sector employs roughly 300,000 British Columbians and is seeking $680 million in initial relief and stimulus from the provincial government to address a significant decline in business. Walt Judas, CEO of the Tourism Industry Association of BC (TIABC), discusses the proposal with Kirk LaPointe, BIV's publisher and editor…
 
A lot of people have debated this question for decades. We sit down with some work from Steven Hassan, Margaret Singer, and other cult experts to discuss what makes a cult a cult. Short answer, yes. Longer answer, yes and it's complicated. Longest answer, yes and listen to the show. Now that I have your attention, reader, here’s a fun activity: sen…
 
The economy will depend on more collaboration during and post-pandemic, and the non-profit research organization Mitacs stands to position itself well as a partner between industry, academia and government. The CEO and chief scientific officer, John Hepburn, talks about the challenges and opportunities with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk La…
 
Who founded America? George Washington? Thomas Jefferson? America had founding fathers alright, but they aren’t the ones you’re thinking of. Would you believe that African slaves and Indians were the true minds and bodies behind birthing America’s culture? It’s all true. Come listen to the story of how American ingredients , cooked by African Slave…
 
In the pandemic, how do you maintain the trust relationship between employers and employees and maximize resilience in the workforce? The BIV special series on Human Resources today features a discussion with Jennifer Lee, managing partner of growth platforms and value creation services for Deloitte. She is overseeing the company’s global response …
 
On BIV Today... In this week-long series, Business in Vancouver examines how businesses can prepare their workplaces properly to return, at how we maintain the trust relationship there and enhance resilience, and in the legal requirements of employers in this period. First in the series is Chris Back, the director of Occupational Health and Safety …
 
This episode begins with a panel discussion with Marie D’Elephant and Marissa McCool about navigating ethical non-monogamy. Open relationships/marriages can be a taboo topic and uncomfortable for some; Marie and Riss help us by giving a 101 discussion to introduce us to the subject, uncover some common pitfalls, and provide resources for further re…
 
Lots of interlocking stories to discuss this week. We jump right in with a discussion about the most recent headlines sparked by the protests following George Floyd’s death. A lot of legislation has been crafted in response to the protests, including an executive order from President Donald Trump. We examine the organizations he listed during the s…
 
On BIV Today... As the economy reconfigures itself coming out of this unprecedented slowdown, will businesses rethink how they prioritize clean technology? Steve Oldham is CEO of Squamish-based Carbon Engineering, best known for its innovative carbon capture technology that's caught the attention of everyone from Bill Gates to the World Economic Fo…
 
Launching a startup in pre-pandemic times is already considered backbreaking, as anything from bad timing to a misread on the market can cause hard work and a fantastic idea to collapse without warning So what about navigating the launch during a pandemic? Olive Technologies CEO Chris Heard joins the show to offer his first-hand insights.…
 
Sue Paish, the CEO of the federal digital technology supercluster, is one of British Columbia's leading executives. She shares her insights into tech, along with her experience in running LifeLabs and Pharmasave and as the former chair of the Business Council of British Columbia, on how the sector is navigating the pandemic and what is ahead for it…
 
Racial tensions and police brutality in America have caused protests, riots, and citizens becoming the victims of war crimes committed by our military-police force. How did we get here? Where do we go? How can we effectively reform policing in America? It’s a complicated issue and a couple of white guys are going to do their best to introduce you t…
 
Tamara Vrooman is one of British Columbia’s most prominent business leaders. A former provincial deputy finance minister, she has been CEO of Vancity for 13 years and led it to become one of the continent’s most progressive financial institutions. She’ll move next month to a new challenge: CEO of YVR, the award-winning airport. She discusses these …
 
“Bioshock Infinite can make you feel uncomfortable.” - Kevin VanOrd. So will 2020. We talk about civic religion in the video game Bioshock Infinite and how it relates to the apotheosis of Christopher Columbus and racism in the church. We end with a discussion of the current nationwide protests and affirm that #BlackLivesMatter. We thank @BenjaminEP…
 
On BIV Today... Entrepreneur and philanthropist Chip Wilson, founder of Lululemon Athletica, discusses the impact of the pandemic on retail and how we work. He joins BIV multimedia reporter Hayley Woodin and is the second in a 10-part series of discussions with prominent British Columbian business leaders. See more at https://biv.com/…
 
Business magnate Jimmy Pattison, British Columbia's best-known business leader, discusses the impact of the pandemic on the economy and the effort to recover. He is in conversation with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe and is the first in a 10-part series of discussions for the BIV Business Leadership Series. See more at https://biv.…
 
Is good cooking defined by ingredients, skill in preparation, style of cuisine, or is it something even more fundamental and deeply human? We left out of Africa all the way back in Episode 1, and rarely looked back, but in this episode we finally return to the vast continent, specifically south of the Sahara desert, where more than any other qualit…
 
On BIV Today... Google Canada's head of industry for retail Kristina Elkhazin discusses what the tech giant has heard and seen from retailers during a pandemic that shuttered stores around the world. She also offers insight on how retailers can start their digital strategy. Hayley Woodin hosts, see more at https://biv.com/…
 
On BIV Today... Mario Canseco, president of Reaearchco, a public opinion research firm, discusses the court ruling involving Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou and the implications for Canada-China relations. He is in discussion with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See more at http://biv.comBy Business In Vancouver
 
Update on COVID-19 time! The Mormon church is taking steps to reopen wards around the globe while there’s no evidence that we’ve effectively flattened the curve. They’re also investing some resources into making PPE for medical workers in the form of masks and surgical gowns made from sacred-underwear cotton. Plenty to discuss. Then, Braden tells u…
 
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