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In uncertain times what’s needed is not just clarity about today’s pandemic, but insight into the challenges that lie ahead as America recovers and returns to normal. GoodFellows, a weekly Hoover Institution broadcast, features senior fellows John Cochrane, Niall Ferguson, and H.R. McMaster discussing the social, economic, and geostrategic ramifications of this changed world.
 
Españolistos is a Spanish language learning Podcast spoken in clear Latin American Spanish geared towards intermediate to advanced language learners. The conversations are 99% in Spanish so you can focus on your listening comprehension. The topics are fun and interesting, sometimes controversial, and always educational. We believe that discussing deep and meaningful topics will increase your vocabulary as you learn new and practical words for everyday living. Andrea (Colombian Spanish Teache ...
 
The world has never been more connected. Yet never more divided. We yell at each other from inside our echo chambers. But change doesn’t happen inside an echo chamber. It’s time to get out, to stretch our legs, to step on some land mines. It's time to have an uncomfortable conversation with Josh Szeps. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Scientists talk about what they do and why they do what they do. Their motivations, their trajectory, their setbacks, their achievements. They offer their personal take on science, mentoring and the many aspects that have shaped their work and their lives. Hosted by journalist Vivien Marx. Her work has appeared in Nature journals, Science, The Economist, The NY Times, The Wall Street Journal Europe and New Scientist among others. (Art: Justin Jackson)
 
Welcome to our podcast! This is a podcast where you can listen to conversations mainly in Spanish that are easy to understand with native speakers from different Spanish Speaking countries to give you an opportunity to listen to casual and natural conversations about everyday topics and everyday situations so that you can learn Spanish in a communicative context. We share conversations for intermediate and advance learners and provide free supporting content on the show notes.
 
David DuByne's Mini Ice Age Conversations Podcast discusses timelines for what you can expect from now through 2024 as society resets so you can keep your families and communities safe. Civilization is affected by energetic mappable cycles on Earth as the Sun repeats its 400-year cycle of low activity affecting global crop production, the economy and every aspect of our lives.
 
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Deborah Seligsohn is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Villanova University. Her research focuses on Chinese politics, US-China relations, and public health, energy and environmental politics in China and India. Prior to her academic career, she served as the Beijing-based Principal Advisor to the World Resources Institute’s China Ener…
 
What lessons can we learn from public health victories like the eradication of smallpox? How can we expand those lessons to the fight against non-infectious diseases, too? And how can each of us become a better ancestor to the generations to come? This episode is hosted by Dr. Judy Monroe, president and CEO of the CDC Foundation, in conversation wi…
 
This is an audio version of Mike Murphy‘s Friday rumblings. This is a regular post on Facebook that I’ve turned into a podcast. I decided Mike’s words needed a wider audience. You may agree or disagree with what he says, but there is certainly much food for thought contained here. You can friend Mike on Facebook for the printed version or read it b…
 
This week Rob & Olivia from Mecardo dive into the latest quarterly market insights report covering our core commodities. The team discusses bumper harvests, another record canola crop, geopolitical influences on the grain market, continued volatility in the cattle market, and the latest trends in lamb and wool markets.…
 
This is a recording of a live event that I did in London with Freddie Sayers. Freddie is the former editor-in-chief of YouGov, the founder of Politics Home, and the executive editor of UnHerd, which is a great publication you should all be reading. So Freddie ran this conversation, and we covered lots of ground. We talk about American race politics…
 
Pastor David Ramirez joins the Podcast to discuss a recent essay series on Luther's Larger Catechism under review for soft-peddling sexual perversion and social justice language. https://www.worldviewconversation.com/support/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/conversations-that-matter8971/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redci…
 
What were the major political and diplomatic issues that Israel’s founders faced in 1948? How did they inform the writing of Israel’s Declaration of Independence? What can Israel’s Declaration teach us about natural and historic rights, the relationship of religion and state, and the meaning of national sovereignty? To discuss these questions, we a…
 
Josh shares his aeroplane-nerd thoughts about the end of the 53-year reign of the Queen of the Skies, and spars with Stan Grant - Australia's leading Indigenous commentator - about how to maintain journalistic distance from issues like marriage equality and Indigenous rights which directly affect our lives. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
Show Notes: En este episodio, Alba entrevista a Sara Andrés de HandySpanish y Sara comparte con todos ustedes el tipo de contenido que ella hace en su podcast además de otro contenido para Instagram y su canal de YouTube. En este episodio, podrán conocer a Sara y el mundo de HandySpanish. HandySpanish Website https://handyspanish.com/ Newsletter ht…
 
This is a recording of a live event that I did in London with Freddie Sayers. Freddie is the former editor-in-chief of YouGov, the founder of Politics Home, and the executive editor of UnHerd, which is a great publication you should all be reading. So Freddie ran this conversation, and we covered lots of ground. We talk about American race politics…
 
Sandrine Jourdan vanished from a Queensland property in July 2012. A coroner would eventually rule her death a probable suicide. But her body has never been found, and while most in her life have concluded Sandrine is probably dead, many suspect she may have met with foul play. Among them is retired detective-turned-private investigator Graeme Crow…
 
In the concluding part of the Digication Scholars Conversations with Alex Della Fera, our guest discusses social pedagogy, students' self-perception, and much more. Alex is an associate professor of English at Passaic Community College, and she's such a delight to listen to. Watch the episode here: https://youtu.be/D3B1oPlWf5g For more information …
 
¿Sabes algo de Mary Winston Jackson? Pues ella fue nada más y nada menos que la primera ingeniera afroamericana en trabajar para la NASA. Ella fue un símbolo de empoderamiento para las mujeres de su época y lo sigue siendo hoy en día. Hoy te vamos a contar sobre su vida, su carrera, sus logros, su impacto y más. Ella es una mujer que merece ser rec…
 
Hey guys! Welcome to the second episode of the year 2023! Join me as I debunk my year and let you in on what I've been up to but most of all, share what I've learnt in the past year. In this episode as I share my final lessons of last year, a mental health conversation is provoked and its state in our country. Get your cup of hot tea and listen in.…
 
Amongst all my summer reading good intentions I knew that I wanted to find something pacey and fun in a good old fashioned edge of your seat kinda way. Pip Drysdale has a way with pacey thriller’s. She’s the author of The Sunday Girl, The Paris Affair and The Strangers We Know. She’s been shortlisted for a Ned Kelly Award and most importantly she’s…
 
This episode features a conversation between Jen Snoxell and me as we discuss the concept of the highest self and what it means to embody the version of oneself in their greatest potential and deepest truth. Main Points: Jen believes that everyone is on a journey to reach their highest self. Being the highest self means showing up every day, accept…
 
The question to ask is why is our world changing so drastically right now. I think part of the answer is onset of the Grand Solar Minimum which through history has reduced crop yields and reduced carrying capacity of the planet. If you knew the onset of this cycle, you would time the controlled de-evoluition in tandem. Thank You for Visiting my Spo…
 
Sometimes shit happens... and that's okay! We don't have control over everything that happens in our life. It's full of surprises but the important thing is how we can learn to navigate these things so you can come out stronger and happier... and this is what we'll talk about in this episode. Business & Life Conversations Podcast Links: Action Take…
 
Here’s episode 4 of the Polite Conversations Aftershow, where you get to hear behind the scenes content of everything and anything to do with Polite Conversations/Woking Up/Twitter Spaces …with guests that are exclusively patrons of the show! This time I’ve got the wonderful Jack & Daniel of the ‘I Don’t Speak German’ podcast, who are friends and p…
 
The United Nations Climate Conference (COP 27) held in Sharm el-Sheik in November resulted in a landmark agreement to develop a dedicated fund to assist developing countries in responding to loss and damage as a result of climate change. A delegation of local leaders traveled to Egypt to participate in the conference and will share their experience…
 
Community Conversations is a long-running podcast highlighting community success stories from a wide variety of online community management professionals. Episode #88 of Community Conversations features Adam Ballhaussen, Senior Director of Customer Education and Advocacy at Docebo. Adam shares a look at how Docebo leverages Insided’s community solu…
 
About 30 years ago in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, agenda 21 recognized that humanity stands at a defining moment in history, confronted by worsening poverty, hunger, ill health, and the continuing deterioration of the ecosystems on which we all depend for our well-being. Years later, world leaders continue to prioritize development over the environment…
 
Salt, Light, & Laughter For the session to be discussed on February 5, 2023 Matthew 5:13-20 David Cassady Nikki Hardeman Daniel Glaze Bert Montgomery We do a good bit of laughing in this episode, but also delve into the notion of our being called to be salt and light in the world. What does that mean and how do we even begin to live up to those ide…
 
GoodFellows celebrates its 100th episode with Hoover senior fellows Niall Ferguson, H. R. McMaster, and John Cochrane reflecting on social, economic, and geopolitical lessons learned since their first conversation nearly three years ago. Also debated: the merits of the World Economic Forum in Davos, the spectacle of climate-change bloviation, plus …
 
Chuck Israels recently picked up a new Jonathan Li bass from Eastman Strings, the company for whom I work. I got together with Chuck in Portland over the holidays to talk to him about what he likes about it and to do some play tests. Enjoy! Subscribe to the podcast to get these interviews delivered to you automatically! Connect with us: all things …
 
Paul Salopek is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and National Geographic fellow who, at the age of 50, set out on foot to retrace the steps of the first human migrations out of Africa. The project, dubbed the “Out of Eden Walk,” began in Ethiopia in 2012 and will eventually take him to Tierra Del Fuego, a distance of some 24,000 miles. Calling i…
 
In Part 2 of the Healthy Conversations discussion with Dr. Brennan Spiegel, professor of medicine and public health at Cedar Sinai Health System, gastroenterologist, and VR pioneer, lets us peak into the future, and see some of the many ways VR is getting “real-er” – as he puts it: “You can experience life as someone with a disability, or as a diff…
 
Dr. Steven Salzberg is a Johns Hopkins University researcher and director of the Center for Computational Biology at Hopkins. I spoke with him about genomics, about long-read sequencing, about human biology and human diversity, about funding, technology choice, about complete and incomplete genomes, about jobs in bioinformatics. He described his te…
 
Dr Hannah Preston discusses toxidromes with Dr Euan Sandilands. In this episode of Clinical Conversations, Dr Hannah Preston discusses toxidromes (different poisoning presentations) and their management in the acute medical unit (AMU) with Dr Euan Sandilands, with a focus on hyperthermic toxidromes.Dr Euan Sandilands is Consultant Physician at the …
 
Derek Abbott is a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Adelaide in Australia who, along with genetic researcher Colleen Fitzpatrick, finally solved the mystery of the Somerton Man, an unidentified man found dead on a beach in Australia in 1948. He joins me to talk about his decades-long quest to find this man's identity, how the…
 
Welcome to the first episode of season two, today we have two guest who join me for a fun conversation about being a maker. Check out Mark and Nolan's contact info below so you can see what they are working on next. Hosted by Tiff Marchand from Night Carver Designs https://www.instagram.com/nightcarverdesigns/ Guest: Nolan from Nolan Built https://…
 
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