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Vox Conversations brings you weekly discussions between the brightest minds and the deepest thinkers; conversations that will cause you to question old assumptions and think about the world and our role in it in a new light, including five years' worth of episodes hosted by Vox co-founder Ezra Klein.
 
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 ...
 
A podcast about life, the universe and anthropology produced by David Boarder Giles, Timothy Neale, Cameo Dalley, Mythily Meher and Matt Barlow. Each episode features an anthropologist or two in conversation, discussing anthropology and what it has to tell us in the twenty-first century. This podcast is made in partnership with the American Anthropological Association and with support from the Faculty of Arts & Education at Deakin University.
 
Hedgeye is an investment research and financial media company founded in 2008. Our core principles are transparency, accountability and trust. Hedgeye’s Real Conversations series, hosted by CEO Keith McCullough, brings together the brightest minds in the business to cut through the noise and discuss the financial market moves that actually matter.LEGALThe opinions expressed in Hedgeye Real Conversations are those of the individual speaking and not of Hedgeye, and should not be construed as s ...
 
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¿Sabías que en África hay un país en el que se habla Español?¡Es Guinea Ecuatorial!Hoy, aprenderemos varios datos interesantes sobre este país.Guinea Ecuatorial obtuvo su independencia respecto a España el 12 de octubre de 1968, pero mantiene el idioma español como lengua oficial junto al francés, y recientemente (a partir de 2010) el portugués.Get…
 
Great Conversations features interviews with authors and writers, exploring books, writing and literary culture from Australia and the world. Today's episode features A B Endacott discussing storytelling in her essay Mirror Mirror. Mirror Mirror explores our propensity as storytellers. Every day our world is filled with stories; stories we consume …
 
Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp was a protest camp established in 1981 to protest against the deployment of USAF controlled Ground Launched nuclear armed Cruise Missiles at RAF Greenham Common in Berkshire, England. On the eve of International Women’s’ Day 2021 I talk with Jan Castro-Fraser who chose to challenge the existence of nuclear weapons…
 
Questions/topics from the Linchpin community answered were: 1. Quick reflections on the year 2020 2. Tips for working out when motivation is low 3. Programming Phases, Structure & Cycles 4. Why do we do Handstand Walking if it does not happen in everyday life? And much more...
 
Sign up for Hedgeye's flagship show, The Macro Show https://hedgeye.com/tms Get the smartest market show available with Hedgeye’s live daily, online video broadcast featuring key market and economic insights, investing implications and interactive viewer Q&A. Turn off that tired “Old Wall” TV and tune into The Macro Show. See for yourself why more …
 
For the maiden episode of Elevated Conversations, Pop African singer, Ric Hassani sits down with Victor Okpala to discuss his new album, The Prince I Became, his early days of artistic uncertainties, finding his place, and transcending to music royalty. ABOUT Elevated Conversations is an interview series hosted by modern culture curator and communi…
 
On this edition of Conversations, Frances Mayes talks with host Dan Skinner about "Always Italy," which won the Lowell Thomas Award for best travel guide of 2020. She co-authored the book along with Ondine Cohane. Mayes is a best-selling travel author. Her books include "See You in the Piazza," "Under the Tuscan Sun," "Bella Tuscany," "Every Day in…
 
Ivy Wong is a member of Switzerland’s Orchestre De La Suisse Romande and has had a fascinating path through the music world. We talk about what it’s like playing and living in Switzerland, growing up in Hong Kong and moving to New York for college, the ups and downs of freelancing and auditioning in the US, the set of coincidences that led to her a…
 
Vox book critic Constance Grady talks with Vox gender identities reporter and novelist Anna North about Anna's new book Outlawed. They discuss creating an alternative history, reimagining the Western, and having fun with the usually fraught topics of gender and identity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Pop the kettle on and sit back for our first 'tea' themed episode! For this episode, Matt invited Michael Dunford, a PhD Candidate in Anthropology at ANU whose research explores labour, language, and tea in Myanmar, to join him in conversation with Sarah Besky and Mythri Jegathesan. Sarah Besky is a cultural anthropologist and Associate Professor i…
 
A beautifully candid conversation with Richard Ayling, about the challenges men are having to face, in order to move into a state of individual authenticity. Dealing with the aftermath of the #metoo movement and opening up. We also explore The Law of Gender, navigating and redefining societal expectations and discovering and re-imagining what it me…
 
YonaHoly is a producer, sound designer and engineer from Portland, Oregon. He has collaborated with artists like HADI and Aidan Skira who have been guests on the podcast before. Find his beats on BeatStars: www.beatstars.com/yonaholy/sound-kitsIn this episode of Conversations From Yesterday we talk about making music, life in Portland, collaboratio…
 
True Crime Conversations explores the world's most notorious crimes by speaking to the people who know the most about them. This month we’re focusing in on Australia’s most notorious crimes... It’s the morning of February 6, 1986. Australia as a nation, but more specifically New South Wales, is in a state of shock. Two days prior, the body of 26 ye…
 
Your future is created by what you do today not tomorrow. We were never created to live an average life. We were created to be a history makers. Behind every female history maker is a tribe of others who are making history. This statement is so true regarding our first featured modern day history maker Ms. Tonja Murphy. An Author, Consultant & Moti…
 
Jordi Getman Eraso, Professor of History and the inaugural Director of Online Learning at Bronx Community College, tells us about the moment that he, as an educator, realized, “Oh wow, I've been doing this all wrong.” Jordi explains his path to rethinking how he teaches; acknowledging the importance of empathy and context, empowering students to gr…
 
What are the secrets behind a super amazing launch? Bushra Azhar, one of the most amazing women in business I know, will talk to us about the psychology of persuasion on the podcast today. She gives us 7 amazing psych approved launch hacks to double, triple and even quadruple the results of your next launch. This is one of my favorite podcast episo…
 
What’s the easiest way to bring math into the conversations you’re having with your family? Get outside your math book and feast on the beauty and wonder in creation! Guests Jennifer Courtney and Marc Hays help host Lisa Bailey discover the relationship between numbers, patterns, creation, and math conversations. Listen in as these long-time lead l…
 
Light Living For the session to be discussed on March 14, 2021 John 3:14-21 David Cassady Nikki Hardeman Crystal Shepherd Daniel Glaze What is the difference between belief and trust, and how does that distinction affect how we live out our faith? Is it enough to believe? Or are we called to go deeper and trust? We grapple with a text that includes…
 
William Allen Young is an American actor and director who has starred in over 100 television, stage, and film projects, including two Academy Award-nominated films, A Soldier's Story and District 9. He is best known for his roles as Frank Mitchell on UPN's Moesha, Dr. Rollie Guthrie on the CBS medical drama Code Black, and as Judge Joseph Ratner on…
 
“What do I do when my spouse just feels like a roommate?” We’re tackling this question and more on the podcast today! Today’s episode of Conversations with John and Lisa is part two of our “Building a Marriage that Lasts” conversation in which we’re answering questions sent in from the audience. Some of the topics we’re tackling are: -How to co-lea…
 
Rebecca Anne Proctor is a journalist, presenter, and consultant who writes on culture, cultural policy, contemporary affairs, international relations, the art market, art exhibitions, luxury, fashion, food, hotels and travel for Arab News, Artnet, The Forward, Frieze, Vogue Arabia, Wallpaper, ArtNews, The National, Galerie Magazine, T Emirates: The…
 
Hollywood bigshot and industry insider Michael Holland welcomes us to HIS turf as we continue our transition from the cemeteries of Sunnydale to the morgues of LA. The conversation this time covers two episodes often dismissed as early-series filler, but which we argue actually have important things to say about the characters and the developing th…
 
In this episode, Matt and I are joined by Kevin Andrews who shares his newly found passion for creating his own movie props! We discuss the importance of props in movies as well as the other components that go into making a cinematic experience truly great. We also share some of our favourite props in movies as well as go over our listener submissi…
 
Join me and Journalist Michael Hobbes (@RotteninDenmark) for a fun, extremely cathartic chat about *gasp* Cancel Culture! Check out Michael's excellent podcasts @yourewrongabout & @maintenancepod on twitter What is Cancel Culture? Does the right engage in Cancel Culture? Are other things being swept up into Cancel Culture discourse? - we cover all …
 
Sven Johann talks with Eoin Woods Eoin’s book on software and systems architecture Understanding quality attributes Calculus of service availability Release It arc42 template for communicating software architecture C4 model Operational, the forgotten architecural view Google Dapper, a large scale distributed tracing infrastructure Learning from inc…
 
Janell Rardon joins me on the podcast this week to talk about emotional and spiritual health, something that is sorely missing in the Church. Janell recently penned Stronger Every Day: 9 Tools for an Emotionally Healthy You. It’s a book loaded with encouragement and strength imbuing tools for your life journey. You’ll likely have some aha moments a…
 
When Meda DeWitt was in her early 20s, she began her journey as a traditional healer—she was pursuing a degree in nursing when she says that Spirit had other plans for her. She was having health events that couldn’t be explained by western medicine, so she sought and found answers in holistic medicine. She says that people have a tendency to think …
 
Eclipse Foundation Executive Director Mike Milinkovich joins us for a discussion all about open source development. We discuss mastering the art of open source to complete digital transformation, the requirements to foster successful software collaboration, providing the infrastructure to enable development in the community, as well as some common …
 
In this episode I explore the 3rd albums of Gazza and The Dogg Leave a review and star rating on apple podcasts and follow the pod on twitter or email us to continue the conversations. Twitter Show: https://twitter.com/ConvoAboutNone Personal: https://twitter.com/TuliTokyo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tulitokyo/ Youtube: https://www.youtube…
 
How should we think about fiscal stimulus in an era of low interest rates? Is $1.9 trillion too much? Is the proposed relief package sufficiently well targeted? In this Conversation, former Treasury Secretary Lawrence H. Summers shares his analysis of the American economy and the challenges we face. Summers argues for substantial fiscal stimulus bu…
 
Damian and Jim discuss the need for empathy within leadership, and entrepreneurship. Recorded via Zoom during lockdown. — DISCOUNTED ACCESS TO MARCHFIRST MEMBERSHIP If you'd like to join the MarchFirst Membership and access monthly group video coaching, an archive of content and previous group sessions, simply use this link. You can learn more abou…
 
En este episodio entrevisto al gran Álvaro Mendoza, marketero digital colombiano, fundador y CEO de Mercadeo Global y estrella en Clubhouse. En este enriquecedor entrevista Álvaro nos habla de su próxima conferencia SomosEmprendedoresDigitales.com que se llevará a cabo el 26, 27 y 28 de febrero 100% virtual. También Álvaro nos cuenta: Cómo comenzó …
 
Patricia Fara is a historian of science at Cambridge University and well-known for her writings on women in science. Her forthcoming book, Life After Gravity: Isaac Newton's London Career, details the life of the titan of the so-called Scientific Revolution after his famous (though perhaps mythological) discovery under the apple tree. Her work emph…
 
There's an ongoing wave of anti-Asian violence and harassment spreading across the U.S. There have been incidents where Asians in America, especially women and the elderly, are being spat on, knocked down, robbed, slashed across the face and worse. This is causing fear in these communities, economic challenges for the businesses, And confusion and …
 
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