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scigest - Plant & Food Research podcast

The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited

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Welcome to scigest - podcast-sized servings of digestible science from the world of Plant & Food Research! Scigest is a podcast channel hosted by scientists at Plant & Food Research in New Zealand who are passionate about communicating their science to New Zealanders and the world, as well as helping science students in their journey to a science career. Our scientists are at the heart of food production, supply and security, contributing to human health and wellbeing as well as social and e ...
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Politics, technology and the pursuit of happiness. Twice a week, Bradley Tusk, New York-based political strategist and venture investor, covers the collision between new ideas and the real world. His operating thesis is that you can't understand tech today without understanding politics, too. Recorded at P&T Knitwear, his bookstore / podcast studio, 180 Orchard Street, New York City.
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Natural and Holistic Health for the whole body. By focusing on balancing and healing the mind, body, and spirit, The Orchard Wellness Podcast gives you the knowhow on what you can do to live a healthier life and spreads knowledge about what you can do to keep you going. Cover art photo provided by Michael Weidner on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@michaelbweidner Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/orchardofnoco/support
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The SHORE Line

Shores & Islands Ohio

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The Shore Line, brought to you by Shores & Islands Ohio, is the definitive podcast about fun attractions and activities, including behind the scenes interviews and local insider tips, for the Midwest’s hottest vacation destination. Between Toledo and Cleveland, our area provides an eclectic mix of historically-significant sites, family-fun amusements, gorgeous scenery, and outdoor recreation. The region boasts the Great Lakes’ best fishing as well as migratory bird watching opportunities. Wh ...
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NOT 97

NOT 97 and The Orchard

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NOT 97 is a home for discovering new music from talented, under-the-radar artists around the world. Biweekly episodes feature intimate conversation with rising artists from around the world, as well as exclusive in-studio live performances. Season Ten of NOT 97 will include a range of artists from Amindi, to FELIX!, Shae Universe, and more. NOT 97 is produced in partnership with The Orchard & Human Re Sources.
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optimise are thrilled to host the riskologists podcast, where we will be speaking with some of risk management’s most respected and esteemed thought leaders from across the UK and beyond. Throughout the opening series of riskologists, we will be chatting intimately with our distinguished guests to firstly understand how their journey into risk management began, as well as delving into their unique insights and invaluable first hand experiences, around some of the industry’s most pressing top ...
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In For A Penny

In For A Penny: Personal finance simplified

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The In For A Penny podcast is produced and presented by freelance personal finance journalist Marc Shoffman and The Orchard Practice financial planner Joshua Gerstler. Each episode aims to address the confusing concepts and challenges from the world of business, finance and wider society. Links: The Orchard Practice Cavendish Content Leave a review! Support our show with a donation! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/inforapennypodcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for mo ...
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A series of interviews with California Fig lovers – from growers to chefs to retailers to dietitians – celebrating the quality, nutrients, and benefits of California grown figs. This series covers everything from sustainable growing practices and health benefits of California Figs to the many uses of California Figs, including many great snack and meal ideas. After listening, you will be hungry and informed!
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Well, it can’t *end* that way, obviously, but if the Electoral College is deadlocked at 269 — a remote but not implausible outcome — it will set off a process that could set a new peak of Trump era mayhem. Bradley plays out the thought exercise with Tom Bonier of TargetSmart, a leading Democratic poll and data shop. They also review the rest of the…
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Alternate dimensions and parallel worlds is not something The Twilight Zone was afraid to explore, and this month we take a look at two excellent examples of this type of storytelling. Season 3 "Little Girl Lost" explores a scenario where a young girl named Tina slips into the fourth dimension via a portal that opens up in her bedroom wall. The fol…
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“A Dishonest Man” Luke 19:1-9 A dishonest tax collector named Zacchaeus encountered Jesus, and when he did, not only did his life change, but his values changed, too. As we encounter Jesus, our lives and values are also supposed to change. ___________________________________________________ Encounters with Jesus (Lent) Throughout the Gospels, peopl…
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When you do everything imaginable to improve your mental and physical health, Bradley says, you run the risk of ruining your mental and physical health. Well, not quite. But you get the point. Bradley comes clean about his obsessive regimen and asks the question, How can you tell if you're doing enough? When he's 83, will he wish he'd spent more ti…
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S1, E7 In this episode, we head to Ørchard on Catawba Island…and, no we aren’t picking apples, but we are enjoying some delicious and unique local dining! Don’t sleep on the hot honey and pepperoni pizza! Joining us on the podcast is Hannah Vlk, Brand Manager for the Ørchard who tells us all about this dining destination’s three venues – Ørchard Ba…
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New Zealand’s ocean space is many times larger than our land area and presents an enormous opportunity to expand into sustainable open ocean aquaculture for finfish and shellfish. In this week’s podcast, Julie Blommaert speaks to scientist Suzy Black about mobile aquaculture, an innovative new system for farming fish that has massive potential for …
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“Some Random Fishermen” Mark 1:14-20 Some random fishermen encountered Jesus. He called them to repent, believe, and follow Him, and their lives were forever changed as they did so and became his first disciples. As we encounter Jesus, He calls us to repent, believe, and follow Him so that we might also become his disciples. (Ash Wednesday) _______…
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The shooting near the Super Bowl parade was just another day in America. Fixing our culture of violence, says Bradley, will only come from a hard, grinding program of systemic change that addresses not just easy access to guns but the mental health crisis, income inequality and how we regulate the forces of technology that are running roughshod ove…
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“A Woman at a Well” John 4:1-26, 39-42 A woman at a well had an encounter with Jesus, and it changed her life and the lives of others in her town, as she and they came to believe in Him as their savior. As we encounter Jesus, He calls us to believe in Him and receive Him as our savior, too. ____________________________________________________ Encou…
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S1, E6 The Shore Line presents: Put-in-Bay in the Winter with Miller Ferries Yes, there are islands in Ohio! And, yes, people live on them year-round. On this episode Jill and Dayton chat with Put-in-Bay island native, David Bianchi, a Captain and Chief Engineer with Miller Ferries to Put-in-Bay and Middle Bass Island. David loves his community and…
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Joining us for this incredible season 2 finale from the fringe of America is Patty from Canadia, and we are so excited to be talking about this episode with her! We, of course (and by we, we mean Patty), tackle some of the science in this episode and whether or not it all makes sense. We also talk about our favorite moments from this finale and how…
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The relative scarcity of male readers inspired Douglas Vigliotti to start a podcast called Books for Men. Like Vigliotti, Bradley is an exception, but as a bookstore owner, he's curious to know why the gender disparity exists and what can be done to change it. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City’s only free …
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If you're wondering why Joe Biden refuses to give up on his reelection campaign, try imagining the way he sees himself — as Bradley does in this episode — and the answer becomes obvious. Plus, Bradley floats a game-changing plan for public subsidies of sports stadiums and shares his personal tips on how to live with OCD. This episode was taped at P…
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S1, E5 The Shore Line presents: Cedar Point Sports Center Did you know that thousands of athletes and their families visit Shores & Islands Ohio each year to participate in a number of both indoor and outdoor sports tournaments? One of the most-loved venues in the region is the Cedar Point Sports Center. Jill and Dayton are joined by Shores & Islan…
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Effective Prayer James 5:16, Mark 11:20-25 Effective prayers come from seeking to live God's way, remembering to ask, and doing so by faith without doubting that God can do what we've asked for. Prayer Matters As we move into the new year, we'll begin a new series of messages called "Prayer Matters" because prayer really does matter a great deal. A…
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Today on Scigest, we speak to Dr Andrew Allan, Principal Scientist at Plant & Food Research and Professor in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Auckland. Andy was recently elected as a Fellow to the Academy of the Royal Society Te Apārangi in recognition of more than 30 years of research in plant genetics, and has featured on th…
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How does the non-profit open-source encyclopedia withstand the corrupting forces of internet culture? Bradley talks to Molly White, proprietor of the website Web3 is Going Just Great and deeply committed Wikipedian. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City’s only free podcast recording studio. Send us an email wi…
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"How Should We Pray?" Mathew 6:5-14, Ephesians 6:18, 1 John 5:14-15 We should pray, seeking an honest and intimate connection with God and using the Lord's prayer as a guide. We should also pray all kinds of prayers constantly and with confidence. Prayer Matters As we move into the new year, we'll begin a new series of messages called "Prayer Matte…
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The secret to Joe Biden's unpopularity may be that we have a hard time loving any politician who's been a Vice President. Plus, endorsements don't matter but Taylor Swift's would, does Mark Zuckerberg's mea culpa mean a damn thing and why the Knicks are good for New York City. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York …
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S1, E4 The Shore Line presents: Kalahari Resorts & Conventions This week, Jill and Dayton get the inside scoop on everything Kalahari Resorts & Conventions. First, they catch up on finding some hidden gems and fun things to do in the winter season in Shores & Islands Ohio. Then, Kalahari spokesperson Destini Smith joins the podcast to tell us why K…
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We are finally nearing the end of season 2! Join us as we, along with David Wu (the mastermind behind The Fringemunks), discuss the first half of “Over There,” the incredible season 2 finale! We discuss what we love so much about this epic finale and how it is truly a huge climax for the series overall, pivoting the series in a very new direction f…
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Economic pessimism persists despite the consistent run of good news. Anthony Pompliano, aka Pomp, joins Bradley to discuss what's wrong with this picture — and why the media business, in particular, is anything but doomed. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City’s only free podcast recording studio. Send us an e…
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What are you supposed to do when you see a stranger mistreating someone in public? Bradley explores the pros and cons of intervention. Plus: Why he quit Mounjaro; how much of the billions spent chasing swing voters is waste; is Brooklyn Heights to blame for New York City's housing shortage; and no, we don't need a new federal agency to police Big T…
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Does God Really Listen and Answer Prayer? Psalm 139:1-4, Jeremiah 33:3, Proverbs 28:9, James 4:3, Mark 11:24, 1 John 5:14 God hears everything, including our prayers. God does answer our prayers. When people ask faithfully, God frequently grants their prayers, more often than we may realize. However, God does not always give us what we pray for, an…
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S1, E3 The Shore Line presents: Great Wolf Lodge Join host Jill Bauer this week as she chats with Great Wolf Lodge Sandusky General Manager, Ryan Greaves. Ryan has been on the resort team for a year and a half, has worked in the hospitality space for over 20 years, and is passionate about enhancing guest experiences. The Great Wolf Lodge Sandusky r…
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Tina Nguyen, Puck correspondent and author of The MAGA Diaries: My Surreal Journey into the Heart of the Alt-Right (and How I Got Out), joins Bradley and Cory to discuss the past, present and future of the conservative movement and why liberals get outplayed again and again. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York Ci…
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From language barriers to cultural adjustments, international students and professionals face unique challenges when relocating to a new country to pursue their science careers. In this podcast episode, Jay Jayaraman, hailing from Fiji, chats with fellow scientists Luna Hasna from Bangladesh, Liz Florez from Peru, and Tina Wang from China. Together…
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All those mega-donor masters of the universe pouring money into Trump alternatives forgot one important thing — that it's going to take a lot more than their money to beat him. Bradley assesses the shattered dreams of DeSantis, Christie, Scott, Ramaswamy, and (coming soon!) Haley. But he's sticking with his prediction (for now) that neither Biden n…
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"Why Should We Pray?" Colossians 4:2, Matthew 6:5-7, James 5:16, Mark 14:36, Matthew 6:6 We should pray for a number of reasons: we are called to pray in scripture because prayer is powerful, but most importantly, we should pray in order to grow a deep and intimate relationship with God. _____________________________________________ Prayer Matters …
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S1, E2 The Shore Line presents: Castaway Bay On this week’s podcast, Jill and Dayton talk dining local as part of an upcoming social media campaign. Then, the two are joined by Castaway Bay General Manager, Melissa McClure, and Cedar Point Director of Communications, Tony Clark, to talk about the Sandusky-based, Caribbean-themed Castaway Bay indoor…
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Returning to the main Fringe canon, we find out where Peter went after disappearing at the end of “The Man from the Other Side” - none other than the literal northwest, Washington State! Here he meets Sheriff Ann Mathis (one of the show’s best episodic characters played wonderfully by The Goonies’ Martha Plimpton) as he helps her investigate a stri…
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Could the Empire State lead the way in making social media safer for kids? Bradley talks to NYS Senator Andrew Gounardes of Brooklyn about the two bills he's sponsoring in Albany to finally rein in a reckless industry. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City’s only free podcast recording studio. Send us an email…
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With all that's going wrong in the world, argues Bradley, AI stands out for its potential to do good on a grand scale. But it's only potential. Plus, Bradley gives an update on his personal Munjaro experiment, offers free, unsolicited advice to Bill Ackman on his crusade against higher ed, wonders about why a good hit man is so hard to find and tel…
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"What is Prayer?" John 17:1-2, 11: 20-21, Matthew 14:23, Matthew 6:6, 1 Thessalonians 5:17 Prayer is communication and communion with God, which is central to the Christian life. _____________________________________________ Prayer Matters As we move into the new year, we'll begin a new series of messages called "Prayer Matters" because prayer real…
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S1, E1 Welcome to The Shore Line The introductory episode of The Shore Line Podcast, hosts Jill Bauer and Dayton Barnett introduce themselves and the Shores & Islands Ohio organization. Shores & Islands Ohio is a Midwest vacation destination and this podcast aims to offer behind the scenes views and interviews, local insider tips, and informative d…
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Chris Coffey, CEO of Tusk Strategies, joins Bradley to break down the messy chessboard of New York politics. Can the Governor solve the housing crisis this time around — or least make a meaningful dent in it? Will the Mayor rise above his legal morass and be the man of action he purports to be? And is there anything, beyond law and order, that trul…
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