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    Feb 20 2020

  • Future Tense / Water banking, rain farming and other ways to safeguard against future drought

    Water banking involves the deliberate injection of surplus water into known aquifers. The idea is to repurpose the world’s many artesian basins as giant sustainable storage tanks - ones that can readily be drawn upon in times of drought. It’s just one of the ideas we explore in the second instalment of our two-part series on water conflict and management – the politics, the problems and the potential solutions.

  • Soundcheck / Omar Sosa and Yilian Cañizares Reinterpret Cuban Roots, In-Studio

    Pianist Omar Sosa grew up in the Afro-Cuban tradition, studied jazz in America, and now lives in Barcelona. Yilian loves to go back to her Cuban roots but refuses to be locked into stereotypes. Together, these two Cuban artists living outside their homeland blend Afro-Cuban roots, jazz, and Western Classical music in work inspired by the important influences of water – and called AGUAS Trio. Omar Sosa and Yilian Cañizares (Venezuelan percussionist Gustavo Ovalles) play live in our studio. Watch ...more

  • Daily Radio Program with Charles Stanley - In Touch Ministries / From Alienation to Reconciliation - Part 1

    The Lord's purpose and plan is to bring us back from our alienated position to oneness with Him.

  • The Inquiry / Why are trade deals so hard to do?

    Britain is trying to make multiple trade deals since leaving the EU. Some negotiations between countries have lasted for years. The breakdown in the World Trade Organization, the changing nature and complexity of world trade and a general lack of trust between nations means it could be a very drawn out process. Presented by Tanya Beckett.

  • BBC Minute / 03:30 GMT

    Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds

  • Dude Soup / Jeff Bezos Saves the WORLD for his CLONES - Dude Soup Podcast #266

    This week the gang is in Austin discussing ways to get a piece of Jeff Bezos' climate change fund, the rise and fall of HQ Trivia, the dangers of Hot Cheetos water in your lady parts, and another illuminating round of Mount Up for Morbius! Follow us on Twitter:https://twitter.com/jameswillemshttps://twitter.com/adamkovichttp://twitter.com/sorolahttps://twitter.com/toddwomackTshirts n stuff: https://store.roosterteeth.com/collections/funhaus

  • Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters / Maurice Kamto Ran for President of Cameroon. Then He Was Arrested

    The President of Cameroon is named Paul Biya. He's been the president of Cameroon since 1982. Before that, from 1975, he was prime minister. Depending on how you count it, Paul Biya of Cameroon is one of -- if not the --  longest-serving world leader. My guest today, Maurice Kamto, challenged Paul Biya for the presidency in national elections in 2018. Kamto lost in what he plausibly claimed were rigged elections. He subsequently led a peaceful protest movement against the government of Paul Biya...more

  • Trumpcast / Bill Kristol's Long Strange Trip with Republicans

    Virginia Heffernan talks to Bill Kristol about Trump's impact on liberal democracy, the unexamined reward structure of becoming a Trumpist, American conservatism in decades past versus today and conservatives' relationship to Russia, isolationist language creeping into politics, and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

  • The John Batchelor Show / There are no vaccines imminent or even likely for Covid-19; Dr Henry Miller @henryimiller

    Image:   There are no vaccines imminent or even likely for Covid-19;   Dr Henry Miller @henryimiller Dr Henry Miller, Pacific Research Institute; in re: Anti-malarial drug, or stem cell medicine?  The corona virus has spikes around its edges, so needs a protein around it. Need to distinguish between drugs to treat ill people, and vaccines.  Vaccines go to huge numbers of people, so the regulatory bar is very high.  Drugs have a different risk/benefit evaluation.  If an already-approved drug was ...more

  • The Gist / Ye Olde Bloomberg Soundbite Shoppe

    On the Gist, birtherism and deatherism.In the interview, Mike chats with Daily Beast reporters, Lachlan Markay and Asawin Suebsang about their new book, Sinking in the Swamp: How Trump's Minions and Misfits Poisoned Washington. They discuss how they used their so-called "omni-shambles beat" to write the book and why there is nothing tempered about Trump's administration.In the spiel, visiting Ye Olde Bloomberg Soundbite Shoppe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

  • The Flash Podcast / The Flash Podcast Season 6 - Episode 12: "A Girl Named Sue"

    In this week’s episode of The Flash Podcast, Andy, Tatiana, Breeze, and Lacy get together as they review the twelfth episode of season six of The Flash. In the episode “A Girl Named Sue”, Ralph Dibny officially meets DC Comics' Sue Dearbon (Natalie Dreyfuss) as the show kicks off the origin story of the iconic couple, with a twist or two. Meanwhile, Iris encounters Eva McCulloch (Efrat Dor) in the Mirror World while Iris' mirror-clone is up to no good. That and more on this week’s episode of The...more

  • The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast) / How to Teach Kids to Protect Themselves

    The world can be a dangerous place, and our kids are especially vulnerable. From bullying and abuse to abductions and shootings, how can we shield our children from danger? More importantly, how can we teach them to respond to violence when we aren’t with them? Today we have Dad Edge Alliance member Adam Mitchell. He is a personal protection expert who specializes in tactical parenting. He is also the host of the Close Quarter Dad Podcast and Training Program. In this episode, we do a live Q&A w...more

  • TALKING POLITICS / Macron vs Everyone

    We talk to Shahin Vallee, former economics advisor to Emmanuel Macron, about the state of the Macron presidency: from the gilets jaunes to the pensions protests, from dealing with Merkel to facing off with Putin, and from now to the next presidential election in 2022. Did Macron save the centre of French politics or has he destroyed it? Can he really be sure he'll beat Le Pen next time? And what is his plan to rescue the West? Plus, we discuss what the Griveaux and Mila affai...more

  • ESPN FC / Spurs Sputter in UCL

    The FC crew discuss Tottenham's lackluster performance to RB Leipzig. Plus, Neymar blames PSG for his lack of form & Liverpool criticize Atletico Madrid's tactics.

  • Download This Show / Why don’t we vote in elections with an app?

    This week, the messy world of electronic voting. Why are some people pushing it? And could it ever work? Plus, funny internet memes and photoshop jokes are big business for politics. US presidential candidates are buying in, but how much impact do they really have on elections? And it was the live mobile-first quiz show that was beloved by millions. So who destroyed HQ? Guests: Ariel Bogle, online technology reporter, ABC Science @arielbogle + Brad Esposito, director of content at Eucalyptus @br...more

  • Global News Podcast / Optimistic signs over global Coronavirus crisis

    Japan rejects criticism of its handling of the coronavirus cruise ship; More bad news for Boeing after debris is found in the fuel tanks of brand new 737 Max aircraft; Could ammonia prove the green alternative to diesel to transform the world's shipping industry?

  • Catholic Answers Live / #9461 Which Catholic Doctrine Troubles You? - Karlo Broussard

    Book Karlo to speak at your parish or next event.  Questions Covered: 01:36 – What is the point of praying the Hail Mary prayer when you can pray the Jesus prayer?  11:12 – How do Catholics understand hell? I don’t ever hear about it in my church.   15:40 – What is the substantiation for Catholic sacred tradition and theology?  21:44 – Can the pope change Catholic doctrine?  34:22 – How can Catholics believe in purgatory?  45:43 – Are St. Paul’s lette...more

  • PBS NewsHour - Segments / News Wrap: Pentagon official resigns in impeachment fallout

    In our news wrap Wednesday, John Rood, a top Pentagon official, is the latest to be purged since President Trump's impeachment trial over the delay in sending military aid to Ukraine. Rood said he is leaving at the president's request. Also, the U.S. Justice Department is denying reports that Attorney General William Barr might quit over frustration with Trump's tweeting.

  • Marketplace / What it’s like to be a service worker right now

    Two in 10 American workers are in the service industry. As part of “The United States of Work” series, we’re following a bartender in Portland, Oregon, and a hair stylist in Boise, Idaho. Plus: sinking toy sales, new producer price index numbers and what it’s like to build your own house.

  • Marketplace All-in-One / What it’s like to be a service worker right now

    Two in 10 American workers are in the service industry. As part of “The United States of Work” series, we’re following a bartender in Portland, Oregon, and a hair stylist in Boise, Idaho. Plus: sinking toy sales, new producer price index numbers and what it’s like to build your own house.

  • I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast / The "Reaper of death" Thanatotheristes

    For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Ekrixinatosaurus, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Ekrixinatosaurus-Episode-273/ To get access to lots of patron only content check out https://www.patreon.com/iknowdino Dinosaur of the day Ekrixinatosaurus, the "explosion born" abelisaurid from Argentina. In dinosaur news this week: A new tyrannosaurid, Thanatotheristes, was found in Canada Utah may soon have a Utahraptor State Park 150,000 illustrations of the n...more

  • Planet Money / #973: Indicate This

    From our daily podcast The Indicator: How Amazon Prime packages reach you so damn fast? And why Lancaster, PA became the refugee capital of America?

  • Part-Time Genius / What did Teddy Roosevelt do to Dr. Seuss?!

    In today’s special episode, Mango sits down with Erin McCarthy, editor-in-chief of Mental Floss to talk about everything Teddy Roosevelt… from whether he really climbed a mountain out of spite, to how a seal inspired his fossil collection, to what made him so darn productive (hint: it helps to drink coffee from a mug the size of a bathtub). Plus, we get into just how high-pitched TR’s voice was, and why Dr. Seuss was so darn scared of him. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart...more

  • The Dave Ramsey Show / Should I Start a Business While in Baby Step 2? (Hour 3)

    Debt, Savings, Home Buying As heard on this episode: LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2J7PMKA  SimpliSafe: http://bit.ly/2J7ReN2  LAST chance to join us on the Ramsey Cruise! Book today: http://bit.ly/2uJcDsd Tools to get you started:  Debt Calculator: http://bit.ly/2QIoSPV Insurance Coverage Checkup: http://bit.ly/2BrqEuo Complete Guide to Budgeting: http://bit.ly/2QEyonc Interview Guide: http://bit.ly/2BuGnZE Check out other podcasts in the Ramsey Network: http://bit.ly/2JgzaQR     

  • Shrink Rap Radio / #680 AI, Robotics, and Chasing the Singularity with Matthew Dahlitz and Richard Hill

    Matthew Dahlitz has a wide ranging, interdisciplinary knowledge that can be of great value to you as you bring into convergence all that you are with all that you know. Matthew helps people “join the dots” in professional practice and in life. Matthew is both university trained and an autodidact whose knowledge spans across the arts, technology, psychology, neuroscience, emergency medicine, and business. He has studied psychology at the University of Queensland with a Master of Counseling degree...more

  • Cast of Wonders / Cast of Wonders 403: The Oak Knowers (part 1)

    Author : Wesley Jenkins Narrators : Eden Royce, Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali, Cherrae L. Stuart, Dominic Rabrun, Moses Utomi and Alex Jennings Host : Reluctant Spider Audio Producer : Jeremy Carter Artist : Alexis Goble Cast of Wonders 403: The Oak Knowers (part 1) is a Cast of Wonders original. Content warning for language/profanity. This two-part story […] The post Cast of Wonders 403: The Oak Knowers (part 1) appeared first on Cast of Wonders.

  • Life Matters - Full program podcast / Disagreeing with loved ones, learning difficulties and retiree bounceback

    Talking to family members about some topics can be difficult, especially when you discover you don't share the same values. We explore the evidence behind a program that's being used in some schools to help children with learning difficulties, plus hear about retirees who decide to return to work.

  • Daily Meditation Podcast / Trust

    Trust what's trying to happen in your life. This is part 6 of a 7-part Consciousness meditation series, episodes 1725-1731. Give our new sip and om app a test drive for 1-week free. Receive access to 1,900+ fully guided meditations customized around a weekly theme. Select from 300+ series to fit your mood with a Clarity Journal and a Slow Down Guide customized for each theme. Brand new themes are introduced each week with brand new meditations offered daily. Connect with other meditators on th...more

  • The Cloudcast - Cloud Computing / Scalable Databases on Kubernetes

    SHOW: 438DESCRIPTION: Peter Mattis (@PeterMattis, Co-founder/CTO of @CockroachDB) talks about the evolution of scalable SQL databases, the challenges of globally scalable data management, how Kubernetes has evolved to manage stateful applications, and lessons learned running Kubernetes and CockroachDB. SHOW SPONSOR LINKS:MongoDB Homepage - The most popular database for modern applicationsMongoDB Atlas - MongoDB-as-a-Service on AWS, Azure and GCPDatadog Homepage - Modern Monitoring and Analy...more

  • The Indie Hackers Podcast / #149 – Generating Passive Income by Teaching What You Know with Greg Rog of LearnUX

    Greg Rog (@greg_rog) is one of the few indie hackers I know who's actually managed to build a passive income business. His website, LearnUX.io, makes over $10k per month, yet he spends less than a day each month updating the content and answering questions. His secret? A combination of hard work over a sustained period of time, obsessive focus on making a 10x better product, and embracing no-code tools to support automation despite knowing how to code himself. In this episode, Greg walks me thro...more

  • The Lowe Post / 538's Chris Herring

    Zach and Chris Herring of 538 pick their five most interesting players for the rest of the NBA season.

  • Fresh Air / Chaos, Corruption & Trump's Secrets At Deutsche Bank

    In his book 'Dark Towers,' David Enrich traces Deutsche Bank's shadowy practices, from laundering money for Russian oligarchs to the violation of international sanctions. Enrich, who is the finance editor at the 'New York Times,' also talks about the bank's long relationship with Donald Trump, and the suspicious activity that has gone unchecked. Also, critic John Powers reviews the Amazon series 'Hunters' starring Al Pacino.

  • Cato Daily Podcast / Jarchow v. State Bar of Wisconsin

    A case awaiting acceptance by the Supreme Court challenges required fees paid by attorneys to State Bar of Wisconsin. Much of that money then goes to fund extensive lobbying. Trevor Burrus and Andrew Grossman comment.Related material:Cato Institute brief in Jarchow v. State Bar of Wisconsin

  • The Ringer NBA Show / The Cavs’ Coaching Change and Three Post-All-Star Story Lines | Group Chat

    With a new head coach and a less-than-impressive season, what does the future look like for the Cleveland Cavaliers (3:30)? Plus, major story lines for the rest of the regular season: the impact of buyouts for the league (16:30), what Kyrie Irving’s injury means for the Nets (28:55), and Giannis’s MVP reputation (39:28).Host: Justin VerrierGuest: Rob Mahoney

  • Perino & Stirewalt: I'll Tell You What / Democrats, Choose Your Fighter

    It's the Bern-Berg-pocalypse... Dana Perino, former White House Press Secretary, co-host of Fox News Channel's "The Five" and host of "The Daily Briefing" and Chris Stirewalt Fox News Politics Editor run through the daily goings on in the world of politics. This week Dana and Chris discuss the state of the Democratic field ahead of Wednesday night's presidential debate, how the candidates are responding to opposition research and the controversy surrounding President Trump's recent pardons. P...more

  • Amanpour / Amanpour: Timothy O'Brien, John Pomfret and Timothy Snyder

    Timothy O'Brien, senior adviser for the Bloomberg 2020 Campaign, joins Christiane Amanpour to answer key questions about billionaire businessman Mike Bloomberg's late entrance to the election race. He confirms exclusively that Bloomberg will disclose her tax returns and sell his company if elected. John Pomfret, former Washington Post Beijing bureau chief, and Elizabeth Cohen, CNN senior medical correspondent, asses the global fallout from coronavirus and the implications for Chinese P...more

  • Here Be Monsters / HBM131: A Cure for Carsickness

    Bethany Denton has a long history of carsickness. Ever since she was a little girl, long car rides made her nauseous and gave her stomachaches. Once, when she was four years old, her carsickness was so bad that she made her dad take a detour to look for a cure at the grocery store. At the time, they were driving through Central Idaho, visiting all her dad’s favorite places from childhood.  They drove to Kooskia and Kamiah, two small neighboring towns where Bethany’s dad lived for some time with ...more

  • True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers / AMERICAN SHERLOCK-Kate Winkler Dawson

    Berkeley, California, 1933. In a lab filled with curiosities–beakers, microscopes, Bunsen burners, and hundreds upon hundreds of books–sat an investigator who would go on to crack at least two thousand cases in his forty-year career. Known as the “American Sherlock Holmes,” Edward Oscar Heinrich was one of America’s greatest–and first–forensic scientists, with an uncanny knack for finding clues, establishing evidence, and deducing answers with a skill that seemed almost supernatural.Heinrich was...more