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This Week in Microbiology is a podcast about unseen life on Earth hosted by Vincent Racaniello and friends. Following in the path of his successful shows 'This Week in Virology' (TWiV) and 'This Week in Parasitism' (TWiP), Racaniello and guests produce an informal yet informative conversation about microbes which is accessible to everyone, no matter what their science background.
 
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There’s a lot going on in Louisville, and WFPL's In Conversation with Rick Howlett gives people a platform to talk -- both to each other, and with the larger community -- about the biggest issues facing our city, state and region. Live at 11 a.m. every Friday on 89.3 WFPL. Miss the show? Listen here as a weekly podcast.
 
In Conversation with God is a daily reflection based on the seven book series of the same name by author Fr. Francis Fernandez-Carvajal. Two million copies of the book have been sold and it has served as a daily spiritual guide for faithful around the world. Now, Relevant Radio will give these writings another dimension by providing the daily reflections and teachings in audio form. Available only through the Relevant Radio app!
 
Online since 2010! Greg Jorgensen and Ed Knuth have been knocking around Bangkok since the turn of the century. Exploring dark corners, eating amazing food, and interacting with fascinating people, the two have gotten to know and love Thailand's capital in all its confusing, mysterious glory. Every week they chat about topics near and dear to those living here, those visiting here, or those who are just curious about what it's like to live in Asia's craziest city.
 
Since its inception in 2011, RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE has become the most popular and comprehensive international guide to the world of Russian art and culture. Our new podcast will feature even more creative conversations around tradition, fine art, education and more. Owned by art collector and professional Natasha Butterwick RUSSIAN ART + CULTURE features listings of the best selected events all over the world, exclusive interviews with the world-renowned professionals of the Russian cultura ...
 
EPISODE 9- HORRIFYING STORY OF JOSEF FRITZL- Father who was supposed to protect her daughter, instead kept her enslaved in the basement for 24 year. His daughter Elizabeth Fritzl was raped, she gave birth to 6 children. Suffered miscarriage once and death of a new born baby boy. As always episode is ended with fact of the day by Bonnie and words of wisdom by Bennie. Show us love on Instagram- theogbabz. YouTube- In conversation with the babz
 
Award-winning British fashion designer Mary Katrantzou discusses her career with creative director and trendhawk Kinvara Balfour live at the Apple Store, Regent Street. Known for her striking, signature prints and bold tailoring, Mary is one of the most esteemed designers on the London Fashion Week calendar. In addition to her own label, Mary has collaborated with global brands including Topshop, Swarovski, Longchamp and Current Elliot. Mary has won the British Fashion Award for Emerging Tal ...
 
Patrick and Eric in the Morning is a spinoff of the Golden Geek-nominated What Did You Play This Week Podcast — which featured both Patrick Hillier and Eric Buscemi as regular contributors. When, after nearly four years, WDYPTW wound down, Patrick and Eric decided to continue recording a free-form conversation-style show together loosely inspired by Troy and Abed’s morning show from the cult classic sitcom Community. Each episode, for around half an hour, the co-hosts discuss a broad topic — ...
 
Fresh thinking about work, leadership, culture and well-being with authors and industry experts, Blaire Palmer and Natasha Wallace. Don't you sometimes wish you had the opportunity to sit with leaders who've just found themselves on the front pages of the Business section of the newspaper and tell them what you really think? In this show Natasha and Blaire draw on their combined 40 years of experience in Human Resources and Leadership Development and discuss what we can learn from the busine ...
 
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In Conversation with God is a daily meditation that features the writings of the saints and themes from the liturgical seasons and daily Mass readings. Each podcast will be available on the Relevant Radio App for one day only, so be careful not to miss out on the day’s reflection! In Conversation with God available at Scepter Publishers Install the…
 
Abortion, guns, and religious liberty. Few issues are more hot button than these. And in its current term, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear cases involving all three. Because the topics are complicated but important, on this week’s show two law professors helped us sort through them: Sam Marcosson, Professor at the University of Louisville Brandeis…
 
Now in its third year, Sven Klees talks to Lisa about what to expect at Luxembourg Fashion Week, the concept store and its new location. Luxembourg Fashion Week, started by Dany and Fabi at the Fashion and Design Academy. This year it will be held in Dudelange (Hall Fonduq), opening night on October 2nd, and tickets are still available! If you can'…
 
Are there inequalities in divorce proceedings for men? Is ‘Résidence Alternée’ the default ruling for child custody? In this podcast, I talk to Patryk Rybiński, the President of FAD Fathers Against Discrimination, http://fad.lu/, and Andy Adams, who have both experienced the inequalities of divorce when it comes to child custody and associated issu…
 
Policing and police reform have had a particularly bright spotlight on them in recent years, and the Louisville Metro Police Department has gotten more than its share of attention. At one point, Louisville aspired to “model city” status when it came to policing. Five years later, the killing of Breonna Taylor and then David McAtee stamped out that …
 
Greg interviews Lindsay Kiptiness, the Kenyan Ambassador to Thailand. Ambassador Kiptiness begins by introducing himself and explains his responsibilities as ambassador to Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Burma. He explains his unfortunate arrival during COVID times, and his desire to really explore Thailand when it fully re-opens. The Kenyan …
 
With a host of activities, this club is a great way to develop a new set of friends, find your bearings and get involved with the community. President Liz Dardar Bryant and Gretchen Blanchard, Director of Communications, talk with contagious joy for the work they do with AWCL. The American Women's Club of Luxembourg, AWCL, was founded in 1959 by tw…
 
Greg and Ed confess to their past as Dungeons and Dragons-loving young geeks. Who would have thought? The boys take inspiration from an old blog post of Greg’s where he applied D&D’s famous moral alignment chart to Bangkok. Moving through the list, Ed provides his feedback as each example is presented. Greg begins by explaining the system (for thos…
 
Flatout Games is a board game design collaborative that was founded in 2017 by Molly Johnson, Robert Melvin, and Shawn Stankewich. They are “focused on creating innovative and elegant game experiences” and “love puzzly games with simple rules, high replayability, and great tension and decision-making, typically with low-luck, high-skill euro-style …
 
Dr Christos Christou, International President of Médecins Sans Frontières, spoke to Lisa about the vast range of work they do as they celebrate 50 years "No doctor, you're not a human. You're my hope." It's this sort of message, which Dr. Christou received from an HIV patient in Zambia nearly 20 years ago, which keeps him going. European Borders Wo…
 
On this episode of TWiM, using colicins to ferry DNA into cells through an iron transporter, and construction of highly efficient microbial fuel cells that produce more electrical current than previously observed. Links for this episode: Colicins used to ferry DNA into cells (mBio) Highly efficient microbial fuel cells (Science) Silver assists fuel…
 
More than 6 million Americans over the age of 65 are living with Alzheimer’s Disease, making it the most common form of dementia. Dementia, in any form, interferes with cognitive function, memory and personality. It can dramatically affect the life of the person with it, and their loved ones who serve as caretakers. According to the Greater Kentuck…
 
On this episode Greg chats with his buddy Jesse Davis. You might not know Jesse’s name, but if you have kids, chances are they know his daughter. About four years ago Jesse and his daughter started Brianna’s Secret Club, a YouTube channel aimed at kids where Brianna and her pals do things like unwrap gifts, play with toys, build stuff, and do other…
 
Luxembourg's British Ladies Club brings together an international community of women and their families, raising money for charities and organising events. It's not easy moving country as a trailing spouse, and it's often the mother / wife who trails, with or without children, but usually with no ready make network of friends or work colleagues. Th…
 
If you're a renter trying to keep a roof over your head or a landlord relying on housing income, these last few months have been particularly unsettling. The federal moratorium on evictions has ended, and even with financial assistance available, it’s a confusing and stressful time. On this week’s “In Conversation,” we discussed the current state o…
 
TWiM explores the role of biofilms in infection by coronaviruses, and development of a Shigella vaccine using outer membrane vesicles derived from Salmonella Become a patron of TWiM. Links for this episode Biofilms and coronaviruses (Appl Envir Micro) Outer membrane vesicle vaccine (Appl Envir Micro) TWiM Listener survey Music used on TWiM is compo…
 
You see the title. Enough said. Ali has reached a milestone and we get introspective about it. Plus, we discuss the Raising Kanan finale. Twitter.com/dlemoncomedy // Twitter.com/mrmuhammadKeep up with the conversation on Facebook:Facebook.com/InTheConversationעל ידי Damien Lemon, Ali Muhammad
 
Greg and Ed discuss expat merit badges - the small ‘level ups’ we get for each new step we take on our journey to becoming fully acclimatized to Thai culture. From texting on a motorbike to putting things in your ear - how many do you have?
 
The most recent census numbers show more than seventy-five thousand Asian-American folks live in Kentucky, and a new podcast seeks to share their stories and experiences. “Where Y’all Really From” is the first show to come out of the Louisville Public Media podcast incubator, and three of its four co-creators join us this week to tell us all about …
 
Greg interviews returning guest Stu Jay Raj - polyglot, expert language teacher and man about town. Greg begins by asking Stu about his recent series of videos analyzing the second language capabilities of various celebrities, including Jon Cena and Robert DeNiro. Stu responds by explaining his MindKraft program, which is kind of a general learning…
 
Recorded 9/12 Discussion Inka / Marcus Brand - Married couple, won Kennerspiel des Jahres for the Exit series Patrick La Boca Village - take actions - take time, when you cross the time track someone dies and they go into the book of the villagers or anonymous graves Rajas Exit series Orleans: Invasion (with Reinr Stockhausen) - Invasion co-op and …
 
Muhammad Ali, Louisville’s favorite son, left a big footprint on the world. It’s about to become bigger with the new eight-part documentary produced by filmmaker Ken Burns that premieres this weekend on PBS. Burns brings his storytelling eye to the life and legacy of Ali, as he has done with a wide variety of subjects over the years, including wars…
 
Episode 5 of Talking music with Olga Jegunova podcast is about Stage fright or Performance anxiety. It is a common state of mind before or during performance and public speaking. Symptoms of it can vary from cold hands, stuttering to nerve ticks and dizziness. If not taken under control, state fright can destroy a performance. Many artists suffer f…
 
Greg and Ed sit down with old friends and travel experts Trevor Ranges and Scott Coates of the Talk Travel Asia podcast. The guys run through a whole range of questions: How do you first come to Thailand? How did you meet each other? How do you adapt to Thai food? How did you learn (or not learn) Thai language? What Thai cultural rules have you lea…
 
Talking to Festival Director Geoff Thompson, we cover the effects of Covid-19 on the film industry, languages from the British Isles and jam making! Geoff Thompson moved from Dublin to Luxembourg over 30 years ago. In that time, amongst many other things, he set up the British and Irish Film Festival. Now in its 12th year, we reflect on how Covid a…
 
Usually, the word anniversary brings to mind celebrations. Commemorating happy occasions. The marking of a precious moment in time. But remembering 9/11 is different. Yes, it’s the anniversary of the date on a calendar. But it was also a complicated historical event — an attack on American soil that still resonates two decades later. This week on “…
 
On this episode, an electrochemical scaffold that delivers safe doses of hypochlorous acid to treat wound infections in humans, and a method for sampling and monitoring bacteria and viruses on surfaces using plain paper stickers. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michele Swanson, and Michael Schmidt Links: E-scaffolds on TWiM 143 The EPS matrix (J Bact) I…
 
Continuing the series on the 7 Deadly Sins, Greg and Ed address the envious Envy. Of course, we love Bangkok, but no place is perfect - so, what are some things in other countries that we are envious of from our perch here? Greg begins by looking over the fence at coffee culture in Vietnam. Presumably due to French influence, Vietnam has an insane …
 
Cédric Gantzer from CGDIS talks to Lisa Burke about the emergency services in Luxembourg, what they do and how to help. Have you heard of CGDIS? Perhaps the summer floods brought this acronym to the fore. It stands for Corps Grand-Ducal d'Incendie et de Secours; Luxembourg Fire and Rescue Corps. Cédric Gantzer, Chef de département for the Director …
 
If you work for a living, figuring out how to live and work during COVID-19 has been no small job. Some are still wrestling with working remotely and staying productive when the commute to work involves passing the television set. Others are working from home while also learning how to homeschool their kids. Many are front-line workers juggling a d…
 
Greg interviews Mark Siegel, the director of Golfasian, one of Asia’s largest golf tour operators. Greg opens with the caveat that neither he nor Ed are golfers and leaves it up to Mark to do his best to sell us on a golf holiday in the Land of Smiles. Greg begins by noting that his first thought of a relaxing holiday would not be to spend 4 hours …
 
Chatting with Tim Pauly from the Luxembourg Police, we learn how to protect ourselves and our homes from criminals, from burglary to cyber crime. Tim Pauly, a First Commissaire with the Grand Duchy's Police Department, has worked as a police officer for 20 years: the first fifteen in uniform as a patrol officer and the last five in the national pre…
 
TWiM reveals how temporal shifts in antibiotic resistance elements govern phage-pathogen conflicts, and the intracellular localization of toxin-antitoxin proteins in E. coli. Become a Patron of TWiM! Links for this episode: Phage-pathogen conflicts (Science) A ‘Trap-Door’ Strategy for Mobile Element Escape (Front Micro) Location of toxin-antitoxin …
 
In this episode, Greg fills us in on all the special concerns of being a parent in Bangkok. As if being a parent on its own didn’t have enough surprises, it turns out there are several things to keep in mind if you are expecting or even just bringing a child to the Big Mango. Pre-eminent is of course the issue of proper schooling, be it Thai or int…
 
PISA is a show which explores science and history across Luxembourg, now available in English on RTL Today. Olivier Catani co-presents PISA with Joseph Rodesch. Together they probe how things work, the research taking place in Luxembourg and explain various historical sites across the country. Olivier has been working with RTL for 15 years. Alongsi…
 
It’s been a long time since we’ve had a regular back-to-school season for our children. And unfortunately, this year’s return still has personal protective masks on the school supplies list. When COVID-19 first started, many of the most severe cases were in older people. With the delta variant, data shows an increasing number of kids not just testi…
 
Greg interviews Kru Nan from the “You Too Can Learn Thai” podcast. Greg begins with the theory of the ‘critical period,’ that the human brain is primed to learn languages early in life but not later. Kru Nan notes that the research is not final and that adults might actually have some advantages over children. For example, adults may be able to abs…
 
Mark Martin returns to TWiM to discuss ways to increase diversity in our field, and the discovery of Borgs, giant extrachromosomal elements with the potential to augment methane oxidation. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Elio Schaechter, Michele Swanson, and Michael Schmidt Guest: Mark O. Martin Subscribe to TWiM (free) on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitc…
 
For a moment in time, it seemed as if we were getting COVID-19 under control. But then the delta variant moved in with a swiftness, and now many of us have more questions than reliable answers. On this week’s “In Conversation,” host Rick Howlett talked with Dr. Jon Klein from UofL's School of Medicine about what Louisville and the Ohio Valley Regio…
 
The 4th episode of podcast “Talking music by Olga Jegunova” is about friendship.You may wonder why a podcast on classical music suddenly touches upon a relationship theme? Plato said that music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. Indeed, music is about life as everything that we do and …
 
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