Episodes released in the last day or so
Speculation over whether President Biden will run again heats up, military plane carrying 39 tons of baby formula arrives in U.S, and these 5 used cars' trade-in values are skyrocketing.
Singer, songwriter, guitarist, and bandleader Jose Conde (of the tropical Latin dance band Ola Fresca) draws on the musical melting pot of Miami for his latest solo effort, Souls Alive in the 305. With some music inspired by cicadas and frogs, and George Clinton’s “Atomic Dog,” he combines funk, breakbeat, disco rap, rock n roll, Cuban music and salsa into songs that sound like “the Miami musical landscape of my youth.” Jose Conde and his band perform remotely for the Soundcheck Podcast. - Caryn...more
Daniel is appealing for help tracing the hit & run driver who knocked-down his 4-year old daughter; Joanne's mother's life-saving heart surgery has been cancelled 3 times; Sean was shocked at the wait time for an ambulance; Róisín is desperate to get her son into the CAMHS system; is it a good idea to provide frontline gardai with taser guns?
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, how the war in ukraine is tipping a fragile world towards mass hunger (10:36), why the tide is out for cryptocurrency assets (16:40), and pouring graphene’s bright future. Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions:www.economist.com/podcastoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Catherine cycled through the city centre! How do you pronounce all those words with 'c'?
Social media and dating apps have fundamentally changed the culture of sex, and this impacts how young adults are shaping their personal relationships today. In her new book, The Current Collegiate Hookup Culture, online dating researcher Aditi Paul talks about the “new” culture of sex on college campuses.
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Free podcast looking back on Liverpool 3 Wolves 1 in the Premier League at Anfield and ahead to the week of the Champions League final. Neil Atkinson hosts Rob Gutmann, Emilia Bona and Paul Senior...
Emojis are arguably one of the most effective ways to express emotions when texting. In today’s episode, Xuan Lu shares her research on the use of emojis by developers. She explains how the study of emojis can track the emotions of remote workers and predict future behavior. Listen to find out more!
So for many of us in SaaS, these are still the best of times. The Cloud is bigger than ever, CIOs are buying more than ever, and SaaS is still on a roll. But public stock prices are way down, and venture capital is much tighter than it was just a few months ago. So many of you will want to manage the burn more carefully. But you can’t cut your way to growth. So what should a CEO do? A few simple thoughts: 1. Let go of your bottom 20% of sales reps, concentrate leads in the best reps. This a...more
In the creative process, one of the silent killers is expectation escalation.It’s very important that we have a healthy understanding of our abilities and developmental opportunities, but for some of us, myself included, our expectations of ourselves and our work is our greatest competitor to full, free creativity.In his work On Intelligence, Jeff Hawkins writes of a phenomenon in the mind called the “invariant representation”. This is a mental construct that represents the ultimate form of what...more
5/23 Hour 41:00- Could Tiger ever get back to winning majors again? 14:10- O.A.R. lead singer Marc Roberge joins the Junkies to make a big announcement!
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens take a look back at the pulsating final day of the Premier League after Manchester City were crowned champions in dramatic fashion. The guys also talk Kylian Mbappe’s stunning decision to turn down a move to Real Madrid, AC Milan’s first Serie A title since 2011 and a quite fantastic goal from Mario Balotelli. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to UNCLE JOEY’S JOINT..... It’s Monday, May 23rd.... Today we talked with the Great & Powerful, CHAZZ PALMINTERI!! https://chazzpalminteri.net/ https://instagram.com/chazzpalminteri?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= https://twitter.com/chazzpalminteri This podcast is ALWAYS presented by ONNIT! https://www.onnit.com This episode is also brought to you by Manscaped & The Freeze Pipe.…. Get 20% off plus free shipping with the code DIAZ at https://manscaped.com Support the show and get 10% off with the co...more
Science has shown that the best way to help our kids become independent, kind, and happy is by talking with them. And yet we often find ourselves distracted, exhausted, or at a loss as to how to have meaningful conversations. On today’s episode we talk to As a speech pathologist, writer, and Harvard lecturer, Rebecca Rolland is passionate about the power of language and conversation to enhance our relationships. In her latest book, The Art of Talking with Children and her approach, she shows y...more
Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Troy Townsend and Jonathan Liew to reflect on a momentous final day in the Premier League. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/footballweeklypod
That’s a wrap on the Premier League season. Jimbo, Daniel Storey, Tom Williams and Adrian Clarke look back on a great final day and a great campaign.The title race is on a knife edge for a couple of hours but Man City eventually come from 2-0 down against Villa to retain the title. The Athletic’s Sam Lee recounts a fuzzy afternoon at the Etihad where City show their character and personality.Leeds survive but how will they fare next season? Is Jesse Marsch too manic? Will they struggle along wit...more
As the soft-spoken, highly intelligent son of missionaries in Morganton, North Carolina, Luke Chang gave no indication of the killer he would become. But after hacking into a teacher's computer at his school, a stint in the Marines was his only option.As a young recruit, Luke was taunted for being a virgin who didn't cuss, drink, or smoke pot. That all changed when Luke met Casey Byrams, a fun-loving musician and fellow Marine from Cullman, Alabama. Their friendship set off a series of events th...more
I’m talking to an entrepreneur who built and sold a company in public. The company was called Storemapper. We’re going to talk about how he did that but I also want to know more about what he decided to do afterward. Today, Tyler Tringas is the founder of Calm Company Fund, an ecosystem of founders and funders of profitable and sustainable businesses. Tyler Tringas is the founder of Calm Company Fund, an ecosystem of founders and funders of profitable and sustainable businesses. Spon...more
It’s X Minus One on this week’s Relic Radio Science Fiction. From March 21, 1956, here’s their story A Thousand Dollars A Plate. Listen to more from X Minus One https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr22021/SciFi725.mp3 Download SciFi725
On W.V.O. Quine's "Epistemology Naturalized" (1969). What justifies scientific theory? Not theory-free observations, as Quine shows us by considering how we figure out foreign languages. Instead of basing science on epistemology, Quine thought we need to make epistemology part of science. Get more at partiallyexaminedlife.com. Visit partiallyexaminedlife.com/support to get ad-free episodes and tons of bonus discussion. Sponsors and Plugs: Maximize the impact of your charitable giving via GiveWel...more
Live from Zürich: Monocle 24's Chris Cermak, Tyler Brûlé and Carlota Rebelo have the latest on the World Economic Forum in Davos. Plus, President Biden vows to defend Taiwan, Dr Chris Smith explains monkeypox and Fernando Augusto Pacheco reviews the day's papers.
A Channel 19 old timer describes the early days of covering hockey games while having to explain the sport to viewers at the sane time. Don Berman on social distancing.Sign up for a Backstage Pass and enjoy a 30,000 plus hour archive, Phil's new podcast, Classic podcasts, Bobbie Dooley's podcasts, special live streaming events and shows, and oh so very much more… Sign up now at PhilHendrieShow.com!
The baby formula shortage has led many parents to consider breastfeeding. That comes with a variety of costs and barriers, especially in workplace culture. Zoom exploded during the pandemic and has become a fixture in the American workplace lexicon. But what’s Zoom to do with all that money? President Biden, on the final day of his Asia tour, launched a new economic alliance with 12 Indo-Pacific nations.
The thrilling part about entrepreneurship is following your dreams while pursuing your passions. That's definitely the case for illustrator and creative director Alexandria Batchelor. As the head of her own company, Foxee Design, Alexandria uses her skills in graphic design, branding and illustration to not only provide killer work for her clients, but to also redefine standards in the industry within art and design that represents minorities (primarily Black women). Now that's change worth supp...more
In the latest episode of our monthly series marking the centenary of the BBC, media historian David Hendy speaks to Matt Elton about the ways in which the corporation kept up with a changing Britain through the 1960s. (Ad) David Hendy is the author of The BBC: A People’s History (Profile Books, 2022). Buy it now from Waterstones:https://go.skimresources.com?id=71026X1535947&xcust=historyextra-social-histboty&xs=1&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.waterstones.com%2Fbook%2Fthe-bbc%2Fdavid-hendy%2F...more
Getting Things Done, or GTD, is a productivity system developed by David Allen, and it was introduced to the world in the book “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity.” Here’s the thing about GTD though; a lot of its promoters are very… opinionated about how you follow it. If you don’t follow it to the letter, you aren’t “doing it right.” We don’t really care about all that – we just want to get our important stuff done! We’ve both used GTD for at least 15 years, b...more
Sometimes as we strive to achieve greatness, we forget that there are so many amazing people around us who can help us reach our goals faster and better. In this episode, workout to motivational music and discover the power of asking for help. “The problem with high performers is...because you're so good, you tend to do everything by yourself. In reality, what you should be doing are the things that matter most.” If you'd like to implore others to help you reach your goals, this episode is for y...more
It’s blue ribbons and cowboy hats on today’s Ramble, as Man City claim another consecutive league title and Leeds stayed up by the skin of Wout Weghorst’s foot. Marcus, Luke and Jim are here to recap it all!Liverpool put up an excellent fight and were left a point short, while Arsenal put on an end-of-year picnic for a job (somewhat) well done. Oh, and Man United lost - paging Erik ten Hag…The Ramble will continue as normal for the next few weeks, as we get stuck into the Champions League final,...more
Sean Illing talks with Cornel West about the American philosophical tradition known as pragmatism. They talk about what makes pragmatism so distinctly American, how pragmatists understand the connection between knowledge and action, and how the pragmatist mindset can invigorate our understanding of democratic life and communal action today. Cornel West also talks about the ways in which pragmatism has influenced his work and life, alongside the blues, Chekhov, and his Christian faith.This is the...more
There's no shortage of demands put on you between your personal life and owning your own business. The key is, can you get them to work together instead of in conflict? Here are some ideas to make it all easier and be at your best, delivering your peak performance. We need to think differently about this than those with traditional jobs. So here you go! Contact Jeffrey – Website Books Watch my TEDx LincolnSquare video and please share! Valuable resources to help you – ...more
President Biden says the US would get involved militarily if China invaded Taiwan. Epidemiologists are investigating a potential US outbreak of monkeypox — a rare viral infection. And three months into the Ukraine war, long lines are stretching for miles as refugees and trade return to the country.
Connecting with other women in the alcoholic beverage space is so exciting for me, and I can’t wait for you to hear today’s conversation with Brittany Merrill Yeng, the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey. We talk all about how she launched this brand with her husband, her approach to scaling, and what it’s like to build business relationships. Brittany shares how she’s learned to articulate her vision and point of view, even when people around her have doubts. She...more
Carol Kuykendall and her daughter-in-law Alexandra, describe some of those feelings—anticipation, excitement, turmoil, grief—and how you can work through those. With personal stories and some practical tips, they look at the homestretch to prepare your child—and yourself—for their launch. Receive the book "Give Them Wings" for your donation of any amount: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-daily-broadcast-product-2022-05-23?refcd=1413501 Get more episode resources: https://www.focuson...more
God is honored when we do our jobs with technical excellence, and he is also honored when we give ourselves to the kinds of excellence that cannot be measured.
When you’re served a plate with a variety of foods on it, should you put a bit of each on the fork to create one multi-faceted bite? Or alternate between foods? A married couple comes to us for mediation in this dispute. Plus, is it okay to eat eggs that were hard boiled for Easter decorations after they’ve sat in a basket for a month? Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings, hosts of the podcast For Colored Nerds and real-life best friends, join Dan to take your calls and resolve your food disputes! The...more
Three months since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, one of the biggest surprises has been the inability of the Russian military to achieve some of its basic goals. One clear example: A failed attempt to cross the Donets river in eastern Ukraine earlier this month left hundreds of Russian soldiers dead. Its aftermath is raising doubts in Russia, even among the military’s most ardent supporters.Guest: Anton Troianovski, the Moscow bureau chief for The New York Times.Want more from The Daily? For one ...more