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E2Talks is a monthly podcast where we chat about the English language landscape, conversing about topics relevant to ESL students. E2Talks, an extension of E2Language, will provide listeners with extensive insights into topics that matter to our students. The goal here is to create a more laidback learning environment that you can access on your terms!
 
In this show, The Conference Board of Canada brings you the connections that make us stronger as individuals, as organizations, and as a country. Hear from senior-level executives from our biggest institutions and leaders from Canada and around the world. For us, leader isn’t a title, it’s a way of acting in the world. You’ll hear leaders who are working to create a bright future. Since 1954, we have provided leaders and decision-makers with the economic analysis, applied research, data, net ...
 
This is a personal strategy of how I trade while having a full time career. It goes from how to get started, analyzing your emotions, and maybe integrating my strategies into your trading personality. The goal of this is to bring value on how you can trade stocks as a side business and one day you might even turn it in a income generating business. This might even turn into a love. This will be a weekly update. Lean in to strategies and conversations. Like the episodes? Support here: https:/ ...
 
Remember the cartoons you loved as a kid? Do you, like us, remember mid-2000s Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network with a mix of fondness and terror – or, if you don’t, do you want to know what the fuss was about? Join Mary, David, and Ben as we revisit the cartoons that shaped us in an episode-by-episode deep dive, as well as the Internet fan culture as it was then and is now. How do these nostalgic shows hold up? What do we think of them now, as not kids but sad adults? How has the zeitgeist an ...
 
The Word in Ed is a podcast that explores the world of education. Each episode we chat with luminaries and practitioners from the field of education to provoke new thought, explore new trends, and get the real word on how how to improve education. Share a word: @wordined (twitter) AND suggest a guest --> http://bit.do/wordined Hosts: Laura McBain & Ron Beghetto
 
The Directors UK Podcast allows the listener to attend our member Q&A events with top directors. Hear what directors have to say when they speak to a room of their peers, and gain exclusive insight into their creative process. Directors UK is the professional association for screen directors working in the UK. With over 7,000 members, we protect the rights and represent the concerns of directors in a fast-changing industry. We promote excellence in the craft of directing and campaign for equ ...
 
The Chicago Coaching Center is a progressive collection of instructional coaches interested in targeting specific coaching skills, dispositions, and attributes in the world of coaching. ​​ We design learning experiences that grow coaching skills to their highest possible capacity. Our summer workshops are targeted to future coaches and to coaches with experience and they provide collaborative learning environments for all who attend. In each episode we will speak with leaders in instructiona ...
 
The Morning Tempo podcast is for small business owners and entrepreneurial spirited, with a slant on creativity. Episodes will feature insights and expertise curated by host yours truly with the help of featured guests. The intent here is to share information and lessons that will help make your entrepreneurial journey easier. Most episodes feature long form interviews with business owners, startups, and otherwise creative individuals. Find it wherever you get your favorite podcasts.
 
Rianne Martyn hosts "Killer Mindset", a true crime podcast that shares cases from serial killers to homicides to missing persons cases. Rianne walks you through the events leading up to the crime as well as the aftermath of the crime. Most importantly this podcast attempts to bring justitice to the famillies involved with some of these cases with the help of listeners.
 
On Parsing Science researchers share the unpublished stories behind their recent research and share the background that led to their scientific discoveries. In the show we explore what doesn’t makes it into scientific journals — taking listeners behind the scenes of world’s most compelling science.
 
MCI is an independent, global association, communications and event management company. Our combined expertise enables us to offer strategy, creativity and execution in the field of association management (AMC), Congress and Exhibition (PCO), live communication, meetings, events and incentives and performance improvement programmes. Learn more at http://www.GrowGlobally.com.
 
The Prospect Group is a leading global firm specializing in media, research, and consulting. We meet, and discuss the most relevant economic issues with, hundreds of the world’s leading business executives, political elites, and other influential personalities from a cross-section of industries and countries. Watch video interviews from around the world.
 
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It's time once again Roll It does a new release, or at least new to most people. This week Ryan and Ty talk about the 2020 film, that just dropped on Hulu in the past couple weeks, Nomadland. There's talk about the cinematography, Frances McDormand, and of course what it is this movie is actually trying to say, so join in! Come back next week for a…
 
In episode 94, we talk with Lindy McBride and Zhilei Zhao from Princeton about their research into how mosquitoes that can carry dangerous diseases such as Zika, dengue, West Nile virus and malaria are able to track us down so quickly while ignoring other warm-blooded animals.By Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves.
 
You may have been told your characters are too 'flat', not 'rounded' or 'believable' - that's an important note, but how do you actually go about fixing that? Kira-Anne Pelican, the author of 'The Science of Writing Characters', has written extensively about this very question. Using the latest research from the major branches of psychology to expl…
 
Zhao and Richards talk about how their process and filmmaking has evolved over 3 films, their spiritual connection to Terrence Malick, why Zhao decided to edit herself and Richards wanted to build Fern's van himself (and ended up with a production design credit), and marvels of Frances McDormand.By Chris O'Falt
 
Environmental sustainability is one of the most pressing concerns of our time. And while this is something most of us can agree on, turning that consensus into action is more difficult. If we want to make progress on our climate targets, we need to work smarter. One tool policy-makers and organizations are turning to is psychology. If we know how p…
 
In One Man in His Time, the legendary Australian performer and director John Bell, now 80 years old, reflects on his own life and career — so much of it lived in company with William Shakespeare. Also, Enlightenment by Joe Paradise Lui reimagines The Buddha and The Monkey King as two young women in contemporary Australia, and we reconnect two Harry…
 
Meet Jesal and Rochard. We are the Transatlantic Rebels. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcastRebels Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TransatlanticRebels Episode 120 is all about the last 5 episodes of Disney Plus' excellent new Marvel TV show, "WandaVision" (2021). This is a great discussion and covers many aspects of the …
 
Ryan and Ty jump into some PTA this week with his 2012 effort - The Master. There's a lot to talk about with this - great performances, search for meaning and masters, and much more (even if it doesn't necessarily give us a lot in terms of hard answers). Check it out and come back next week for John Hughes' The Breakfast Club! Contact us at rollitp…
 
What Does a Childhood Memory Look and Sound Like? That's a question we explore with the "Minari" director, who revisited his memories of growing up on an Arkansas family farm in the 1980s to make this film. And for the second half of the podcast Isaac and I welcome his composer Emile Mosseri into the conversation to discuss their collaboration.…
 
On this week's special double-length episode, we offer something for lovers of blockbuster sci-fi/horror and indie sci-fi dramas. Wade and Kevin sit down with fellow critic Sarah Welch-Larson to talk about her brand-new book, Becoming Alien: The Beginning and End of Evil in Science Fiction's Most Idiosyncratic Film Franchise. In a fascinating conve…
 
While hosting the Golden Globes, co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler told the world that awards shows are “stupid” and “a scam”. Then Fey said, “even with stupid things, inclusivity is important.” That was their way of addressing the fact that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which runs the Golden Globes, has not had a Black member for 20 yea…
 
What does it feel like when your relationship to the world around you suddenly changes? Riz and Darius talk about the unique subjective experience they crafted for the audience as Ruben (Ahmed) looses his hearing, and the immersive way they shot ‘Sound of Metal.’ From putting mics down Riz’s throat, to learning drums, to the fascinating way sound d…
 
In this podcast Jay is joined by Nick Jenkins, the founder of Language Confidence - an AI-driven software as a service product that gives students automatic corrective feedback on their pronunciation. In this discussion, Jay and Nick talk about pronunciation broadly and more specifically how AI can help students develop better speech habits. They t…
 
Actor and playwright Meyne Wyatt, recently named one of Time magazine's 100 emerging leaders, reflects on his life in the arts, success with the paintbrush at the Archibalds and his recent turn as a voice actor, narrating The Boy from the Mish for Audible.Also, Opera Queensland present the Australian opera Lorelei, conceived and performed by Ali Mc…
 
Seeing & Believing closes out Black History Month with a look at the buzzed-about new film that is based on the true story of the death of Fred Hampton. Shaka King's Judas and the Black Messiah features two powerhouse performances from Get Out's Daniel Kaluuya as Hampton and LaKeith Stanfield as Bill O'Neal, the man who worked to bring down Hampton…
 
BL + BW discuss Allen v. Farrow, a new HBO documentary series reinvestigating claims of child sexual abuse against director Woody Allen, who has continuously denied the accusations since they were raised in 1992, amidst an ugly and highly public breakup with Mia Farrow. The series was made with the cooperation of Dylan Farrow, who at age 7 accused …
 
It's Directors UK Podcast time! In this episode we’re treated to a fascinating discussion between two outstanding filmmakers, Shaka King and Barry Jenkins, as they discuss Shaka’s latest film, Judas and the Black Messiah. Together they discuss staying true to the story of Fred Hampton, directing the film’s many amazing performances, working long-di…
 
In this episode, guest host Dr. Sarah Wise speaks with Dr. Stacey Gray and Dr. Eric Holbrook. They will discuss article: Prophylactic antibiotics after endoscopic sinus surgery for chronic rhinosinusitis: a randomized, double‐blind, placebo‐controlled noninferiority clinical trial. Read the article in International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology Li…
 
Policies need to make sense with how people and businesses already operate. Otherwise, they won’t work. Knowing how people make decisions can help policies make sense to the people they’re supposed to support. A misplaced nudge can sometimes feel like a shove. Policies work better when they line up with how people already make their decisions. Sash…
 
For decades, Patricia Cornelius has been writing tough, passionate plays about people who are rarely seen or heard in Australian theatres. Through those years, she's often had director Susie Dee alongside her. Their new play is called Runt.Also, The Twins reunites comedian Greg Fleet and documentary maker Ian Darling more than 40 years after they s…
 
This week Roll It takes a look at the criminal underworld with John Wick. Ryan and Ty talk about the comedy/violence relationship, visual style, and top tier world building in this wild ride of a film. Come back next week for the 2020 film that just dropped on Hulu, Nomadland! Contact us at rollitpodcast@gmail.com or follow us! Twitter - @RollItPod…
 
It's finally time for the episode everyone and their dog wanted to be on. Wait a minute... is CatDog an Avatar animal? Holy shit, I just thought of that literally right now. Nickelodeon Cinematic Universe confirmed! Anyway, Toph is in this one. Our friend (and very first fan!) Dianna joins us to talk about Toph and why she's an excellent example of…
 
Mark Zuckerberg’s not playing. If you needed a reminder that Facebook isn’t a web browser - the social media giant’s world-first decision to ban stories from Australian news sites sent that message loud and clear. What happens on a fact-free Facebook? BW + BL discuss. BW reports back on the first two chapters of Reply All’s The Test Kitchen, the po…
 
The only way Shaka King was going to get a film made about the Chicago leader of the Black Panthers, Chairman Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya), was to mask it as ‘Donnie Brasco’ genre film, and on this podcast we break down the incredible structure and ingenuity of this remarkable script. Shaka also talks about collaborating with DP Sean Bobbitt (afte…
 
In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with Margaret (“Peggy”) Goodell from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas to talk about her work on the epigenetic regulation of stem cell self-renewal and differentiation. Dr. Margret Goodell's laboratory focuses on how differentiation and self-renewal is regulated in hematopoietic s…
 
Welcome to the Directors UK Podcast!In this episode, we’re treated to a fascinating conversation between two filmmaking greats, as Paul Greengrass chats with Mike Leigh about his latest film, News of the World.In a wide-ranging discussion, Paul and Mike talk about the allure of the Western genre, what it takes to forge a directing career, and the s…
 
Artist Lucy Culliton paints almost exclusively her own homelife on the farm. She takes us through her inspiration and philosophy, including the importance of rescue animals in her life – all eight dogs, four horses, parrots, goats and 47 sheep. Plus, meet the sculptor using discarded plastic lids to create large-scale 'constellations'. And what mak…
 
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