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Word Matters

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Word Matters

Merriam-Webster, New England Public Media

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Word Matters is a show for readers, writers, and anyone who's curious about the English language. Join Merriam-Webster editors as they challenge supposed grammar rules, reveal the surprising origins behind words, tackle common questions, and generally geek out about the beautiful nightmare that is our language.
 
Former acting Director of the CIA Michael Morell speaks with top leaders of the U.S. intelligence community as they reflect on their life, career and the critical roles they play in shaping national security policies. As a central figure in the most significant U.S. counter-terror efforts of the past two decades and a former CIA intelligence analyst, Morell is uniquely skilled at taking industry leading knowledge to make connections that provide deep insight into complex security events – he ...
 
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Why It Matters

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Why It Matters

Council on Foreign Relations

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Each episode of Why It Matters breaks down an issue that is shaping our world's future. Join host Gabrielle Sierra as she speaks with the leaders and thinkers who are facing these questions head on. Fueled by the minds at the Council on Foreign Relations, Why It Matters brings some of the world's most compelling stories home to you.
 
The longest running independent international affairs podcast features in-depth interviews with policymakers, journalists and experts around the world who discuss global news, international relations, global development and key trends driving world affairs. Named by The Guardian as "a podcast to make you smarter," Global Dispatches is a podcast for people who crave a deeper understanding of international news.
 
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Mind Matters

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Mind Matters

The Bradley Center

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On the Mind Matters podcast, Discovery Institute’s Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence considers the implications and misconceptions, the opportunities and limitations, and the applications and challenges presented by intelligent agents and their algorithms.
 
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Faith Matters

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Faith Matters

Faith Matters Foundation

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Faith Matters offers an expansive view of the Restored Gospel, thoughtful exploration of big and sometimes thorny questions, and a platform that encourages deeper engagement with our faith and our world.We focus on the Latter-day Saint (Mormon) tradition, but believe we have much to learn from other traditions and fully embrace those of other beliefs.
 
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Spirit Matters Talk

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Spirit Matters Talk

Discussion by Dennis and Phil

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The spiritual landscape has never been more diverse, more eclectic, more individualized or more internally focused. Spirit matters, and in our open-source world, matters of the spirit are complex and endlessly fascinating. The Spirit Matters podcast aims to help listeners make sense of it all.
 
Putting big mouths and big ideas behind microphones. The Physio Matters Podcast - Clinical Gold Delivered Direct. Episodes will feature expert, honest advice, delivered directly to listeners at no cost. Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine information for those working in physiotherapy, sports therapy, sports rehabilitation, medicine and all divisions of the healthcare industry.
 
Safeguarding Matters is a podcast series hosted by the Safeguarding Resource and Support Hub where we discuss matters relating to safeguarding and Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Sexual Harassment in the aid sector. We have conversations with thought leaders and practitioners who can offer insights that can help us all to better understand safeguarding and improve our practices.
 
Join Glenn Kirschner, NBC News/MSNBC legal analyst and former Assistant U.S. Attorney at the D.C. U.S Attorney's Office as he brings analysis and insight to legal issues of the day, drawing from his 30 years as a federal prosecutor, homicide prosecutor and Army JAG. For 30 years, Glenn argued to juries, breaking down complex legal issues in ways that were universally understandable and relatable. He brings that same approach to his analysis of today's troubled legal landscape.
 
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A renounced Al Jazeera journalist was killed last week during an Israeli raid in the West Bank. Shireen Abu Akhleh was wearing a flak jacket with the word "press" clearly marked. Israelis and Palestinians have traded blame over who fired the fatal shot, while Israel has opened an investigation into heavy-handed police tactics used during Abu Akleh'…
 
Digital forensics has been a specialty science in law enforcement for several years now, with emerging technology and investigative revelations happening every year. The science behind digital evidence recovery, be it from a cell phone, computer or even the cloud, takes a skilled investigator who knows what they are doing. In this episode of Polici…
 
In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell speaks with former senior CIA operations officer and Moscow station chief Rolf Mowatt-Larssen about the likely trajectory of the war in Ukraine, including the possibility of a negotiated peace -- or dangerous escalation. Mowatt-Larssen offers insights on Putin's options, potential rifts a…
 
More companies, such as the Wall Street bank Goldman Sachs, are offering employees an unlimited number of days off per year. WSJ workplace reporter Lindsay Ellis joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss why companies are offering the perk, and the tradeof fs workers face when using it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Nigel Coates is a hugely influential architect, designer, artist and educator. He first came to widespread attention as a teacher at the Architectural Association in the early 80s when he co-founded NATO, a radical architecture collective that published a series of magazines with a unique perspective on the city. Later, he co-founded the practice, …
 
An exploration of Thomas Nashe's use of animals as metaphors for those who imbibe heavily; And what *is* the plural of octopus? Hosted by Emily Brewster, Ammon Shea, and Peter Sokolowski. Produced in collaboration with New England Public Media. Transcript available here. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice …
 
Anonymous, fake accounts online are a nuisance at best, and at worst, a threat to safety and democracy. Elon Musk wants to crack down on them in his planned takeover of Twitter, but says he doesn't trust the platform's own assessment of the problem. We hear from one of his personal friends about what it could mean for the deal.Mass inflation contin…
 
Australia relies heavily on volunteers for its disaster response. They're on the ground, often willing and know the environment, but with the severity and frequency of natural disasters on the rise, is it fair to continue to depend on volunteers as first responders?
 
COVID isn't over, and the 'let it rip' approach has left us with some the highest daily case numbers in the world. How did we get from fortress Australia to throwing in the towel, and do we need to go back to restrictions? Plus, Alice Zaslavsky dishes on the ultimate dinner party etiquette. And this National Volunteer Week, we spotlight volunteers …
 
There is now PROOF that Twitter PURPOSELY censors conservatives, and we have all the details from Project Veritas. Plus, mainstream media continues to blame Tucker Carlson for the Buffalo shooting, and Jen Psaki's replacement bombs in her first spar with Peter Doocy. Today's Sponsors: Patriot Mobile is America’s only Christian conservative cell pho…
 
In Ryan Warner's regular interview with Colorado's governor, he asks Jared Polis about enshrining reproductive rights in the state constitution, the new penalties for fentanyl, and a range of other topics. Then, Denver's unauthorized urban camping ban was signed 10 years ago today. Plus, Colorado's unique contribution to electric cars.…
 
This session of the radio show shares my "Talk Franklin" conversation with Town Administrator Jamie Hellen. We had our conversation via the Zoom Conference Bridge. Conversation around the following topics with a common thread of peaks and valleys, journey more important than the destination: Welcome back Friday 13th, not superstitious So much good …
 
This week Haddy chats with Aussie Trail Superstar Kellie Emmerson. Kellie’s is a previous UTA100 Winner, a 3-time Surf Coast Century Champion and placed 5th at trail running’s Mecca, UTMB. She has also represented Australia at multiple Trail and Mountain Running World Championships. Kellie is a respected running coach, a public health focused OT an…
 
Welcome to this episode of Community Matters podcast, where we discuss issues important to managing and governing condos, cooperatives and homeowner associations. Today’s conversation is all about best practices for community association managers that are new to the profession. Our panel discussion addresses things like how to handle the variety of…
 
Today Tom Jacobs is here so we’re Chewing Over what is often considered the holy grail of prevention work in MSK; ACL injury prevention! A serious and often career +/- life changing injury, so where are we with the evidence? Your lunchtime show 12:30-13:00 on Mondays and Fridays with Jack Chew chatting about whatever is topical. Usually healthcare …
 
Enset is a relative of the banana. It has been cultivated in a parts of Ethiopia for generations because it has several unique characteristics that make it a resilient and reliable staple crop. Despite Enset's incredible potential to support food security it is rarely -- if ever -- cultivated beyond the Ethiopian Highlands. culture. My guest, Dr. J…
 
We love love. We love being in love and even love the idea of being in love. We love certain foods, clothes, celebrities, music, cars, teams, etc. - we could go on and on listing all the things we love. Is it possible, though, that our “love” for so much has watered down its meaning? More importantly, has our own love become watered down and meanin…
 
Lucky Lucci: Don’t Focus on the Failure, Focus on the Bounce Back - Music Matters #54 As always constructive criticism is very appreciated, let us know what we can do to make our content more enjoyable , accessible, understandable, and educational for you! Welcome to an AboveTheBridgeMusic.com featured episode of Music Matters. In episode #54 Dante…
 
Most of you watching today know children who are in our schools right now. We’ve talked a great deal with educators and students themselves about the challenges and promising moments of this year. On today’s show, we will talk with three elementary school principals about how our kids and educators are doing - and what we need to consider as we win…
 
For this episode, Faith Matters is honored to bring on our good friend, Richard Ostler. Richard is a former YSA Bishop whose ministry has focused on all types of Latter-day Saint journeys, and especially on those of people who have felt marginalized in any way. In addition to his podcast, he’s now written two books, both under the title Listen, Lea…
 
Season 10 Special of Cheshire Matters, your favourite 'digital' pub, featuring your absolutely amazing, brilliant, witty and riculously talented 'Ab Fab' digital pub landlord and host Jonathan Starkey with the equally (but not quite) Mark Hartley (Stats Man). This is a discussion expanding on the first story of the main podcast 13.05.22 on the loca…
 
Tom Service is joined by Dan Grimley for a walk in the Surrey Hills where Vaughan Williams grew up to explore the ways in which the community, sound and landscape of this area shaped his music and his thinking. They also visit Dorking town centre where Vaughan Williams played a central role in the community, especially during World War Two and in t…
 
For the past two thousand years, the pope has been a major player in global affairs. He is frequently called upon to act as a peace broker, a mediator, an advocate, and an influencer; and with over 1.3 billion followers around the world, the pope and his governmental arm, the Holy See, have the power to shape the future. How has the pope's power ch…
 
In this episode, four University of Edinburgh staff members, Jo Merrifield, Education Programme Manager at the Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility, Michael Gallagher, Programme Director of the MSc in Digital Education, Velda McCune, Deputy Director of the Institute for Academic Development and Brian Mather, Senior E-Learning Developer at the Veter…
 
After 46 games of twists and turns, it's the play-offs for Mansfield Town, with Northampton Town the opponent over two legs. Ahead of the first leg at One Call Stadium, we take a look at play-off campaigns of yesteryear, the current season, the opposition and much more! ....The views expressed in this broadcast are solely those of the individuals .…
 
Donald Hebb, the father of neuropsychology, is known for Hebb’s Law which states “neurons that fire together wire together.” This means that as you repeatedly perform an action which gives you pleasure or relief, the neurons between the action and the pleasure simultaneously fire. Dr. Robert J. Marks interviews an anonymous man called Stretch who d…
 
In this episode, Kimberlé is joined by W. Kamau Bell, director of the four-part documentary series We Need to Talk About Cosby. Together, the two use an intersectional lens to explore Bill Cosby's descent from his seemingly immovable status as "America's Dad.” Unpacking the complex interactions of race and gender that enabled Cosby's alleged sexual…
 
In this episode of the podcast Safeguarding Matters, we discuss funding for safeguarding and explain what funding is available for safeguarding and how non-governmental organisations can get funds for their safeguarding activities. In this episode, Dr. Eleanor Nwadinobi, the Senior Adviser for the RSH Nigerian Hub talks with Karen Walker-Simpson, D…
 
Dr. Päivi Räsänen, a medical doctor who has been a member of the Finnish Parliament for 27 years, joins Dr. Mike Chupp on this week's episode. She shares her story about how she has been involved in a legal battle to protect her religious freedoms for the last three years.על ידי Christian Medical & Dental Associations® (CMDA)
 
We know meat is problematic for the environment, and seafood has its own issues with overfishing, so do we have to wave goodbye to the foods we love? Well, what if we told you that there are substitutes which you can enjoy without sacrificing taste and texture? We start with mycoprotein, in the form of the well-known meat substitute products of Quo…
 
Welcome to this brand new investing podcast from the London South East. My name is Peter Higgins, you can find me on Twitter @conkers3 and I will be your host for this series of Investing Matters podcasts. What can you expect from the Investing Matters podcasts? A great question. You will find long form interviews with noteworthy veterans and exper…
 
We talk with Health News Florida reporter Stephanie Colombini about her reporting on Florida’s “No Patient Left Alone” act. The new law lets family members visit patients in health care facilities — even during an emergency like a pandemic.על ידי Stephanie Colombini, Veronica Catoe, Mary Daniel
 
Arthur Aghajanian is a Christian contemplative, essayist, and educator whose work explores visual culture through a spiritual lens. After many years of study and practice in Eastern traditions, he found his way back to Christianity with his discovery of the mystical tradition. His work, which combines a passion for art history and ongoing study of …
 
It's no surprise that Elon Musk just announced that he will reverse the ban of Donald Trump once he owns Twitter. But what actually is pretty shocking was the reason Musk said he was so offended when Twitter banned Trump: because it was a "morally bad decision." This video takes on the absurdity of that claim. The American oligarchs really do want …
 
Why are we so polarized about gay marriage, immigration, gun rights, abortion, not to mention religious beliefs? Kurt Gray helps shed light on this through his use of interdisciplinary methods to study our deepest beliefs and how to bridge moral divides. Dr. Gray is an an Associate Professor in Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of North…
 
Across this 3-part special, Katie talks with Justin Zorn & Leigh Marz co-authors of Golden The Power of Silence in a World of Noise. The book reveals how to go beyond the ordinary rules and tools of mindfulness. It’s a field guide for navigating the noise of the modern world—not just the noise in our ears but also on our screens and in our heads. D…
 
With Cereals just a month away, Farm Contractor magazine headed down to Cambridge to see the various crop plots and interview the exhibitors. In this special addition of Machinery Matters, we step away from the tractor cab to explore the latest in crop development and provide a preview for what will be at Cereals. In this episode you will be able t…
 
California’s new math standards don’t add up, Twitter’s San Francisco days may be numbered if Elon Musk has his way, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may be royally tired of California. Hoover senior fellow Lee Ohanian and distinguished policy fellow Bill Whalen, both contributors to Hoover’s “California on Your Mind” web channel, join Hoover sen…
 
Patients who survive a cardiac arrest often sustain a severe anoxic brain injury. Determining their neurological prognosis is a critical component of post-cardiac arrest care. In this episode of the podcast, we will discuss best practices for Neuroprognostication after Cardiac Arrest. Our guest is Dr. Neha Dangayach, a neurocritical care physician …
 
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