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    Feb 26 2021

  • Future Tense / Wellbeing and COVID; the problem with Wikipedia; and the future of policing

    Early in 2020 we looked at New Zealand’s Wellbeing Budget initiative. That was just as the world was going into COVID lockdown. So how did the initiative handle the economic stresses caused by the pandemic. We get an update from Christoph Schumacher. We also look at some of the attribution problems faced by Wikipedia; and Elisabeth Braw from the American Enterprise Institute explains why she thinks the future of policing lies in following a model laid down by Napoleon.

  • Learn German | GermanPod101.com / Video - German Words of the Week #3 - Computer Words

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  • The John Batchelor Show / 1228: The Juggernaut of the Eastern Division. Host

    Photo: No known restrictions on publication.1911. [Connie Mack, Philadelphia Athletics manager (baseball)]  http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contacthttp://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedulesParler & Twitter: @BatchelorShowThe Juggernaut of the Eastern Division. Host

  • BBC Minute / 04:00 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

  • RNZ: The Panel / The Panel with Wendyl Nissen and Peter Fa'afiu (Part 2)

    Taxpayers are footing a large annual bill for patients who need public hospital care after private inpatient treatment, according to a new study from the University of Otago. National's housing spokesperson and Wellington-based MP Nicola Willis says the newly heritage listed Gordon Wilson flats have become a symbol of the problems the city faces. For the first time ever, the Japanese government has appointed a Minister of Loneliness in an effort to combat a rise in the country's suicide rates. N...more

  • Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That / #227: The Marching Soldier

    The Marching Soldier craps "side bet";  Sitting out hands at blackjack;  Naked story;  Craps conditions in New Orleans and Biloxi;  Trip reports:  Tunica;  Cahuilla Casino;  Bellagio;  Snoqualmie Casino

  • The Casey Crew / Episode 190: Stop Running Your Mouth...

    Do you have a particular night that you set aside for your partner? Many couples do and it’s typically called date night. Well, for Envy & Gia, Monday night is one of theirs; and they spend it watching The Bachelor. Have you become obsessed too? A recent episode sparked a topic for discussion, “Do you think that you could marry someone if your parents didn’t approve of them? If you had to choose between moving forward with your partner and following your parents intuition about them, which woul...more

  • HARDtalk / Dr Seth Berkley: How to ensure the whole world gets a Covid vaccine

    Maybe we shouldn't be surprised that a vast gulf is opening up between Covid vaccination rates in the richest countries and the poorest. But still the numbers are shocking. While the UK has given 27% of its population a first dose, many nations have yet to inject a single arm. Hardtalk speaks to Dr Seth Berkley, head of Gavi, the Global Vaccine Alliance and key driver of the effort to ensure the whole world gets Covid protection. It is a great ambition; is it achievable?

  • The Hitched Podcast: Perfecting Your Marriage / Episode 592: The Person We Marry vs. The Relationshps We Build

    New research suggests that when it comes to marital satisfaction, the person we choose to marry isn't as important as the relationship we build together. Dr. Karen Sherman explains what this means.

  • Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly / Honest pay for honest work … or something

    As the Senate pulls the minimum wage hike out of the COVID-19 relief bill (a ruling that came down just after we taped), let’s talk about two very different pay stories. First, Costco says it will pay employees at least $16 an hour— how long before the market laps Congress? Then, former CEO Adam Neumann — remember him? — is still getting paid off of the mess at WeWork. It’s bananapants, folks. Plus: Dunkin’ is getting avocado toast, because apparently it’s 2015, and TikTo...more

  • Marketplace All-in-One / Honest pay for honest work … or something

    As the Senate pulls the minimum wage hike out of the COVID-19 relief bill (a ruling that came down just after we taped), let’s talk about two very different pay stories. First, Costco says it will pay employees at least $16 an hour— how long before the market laps Congress? Then, former CEO Adam Neumann — remember him? — is still getting paid off of the mess at WeWork. It’s bananapants, folks. Plus: Dunkin’ is getting avocado toast, because apparently it’s 2015, and TikTo...more

  • The Tony Robbins Podcast / A Ringside Conversation w/ Boxing Legend Evander Holyfield | An Exclusive Interview With The Only 4x Heavyweight World Champion

    Tony has had the privilege of working with some of the most amazing athletes in history. Today he sits down ring-side with 4-time Heavyweight world champion Evander Holyfield. In this exclusive interview, Holyfield talks about what it was like growing up, his peak career moments, the notorious fight with Mike Tyson, and the possibility of stepping back into the ring all these years later. Tony guides Holyfield through an epic retelling and reveal of what it means to be a part of a comeback story...more

  • Kickass News / Director Lee Daniels on Jazz Icon Billie Holiday

    Oscar-nominated director Lee Daniels (Precious, The Butler) talks about his latest film The United States vs. Billie Holiday and how the 1971 movie Lady Sings the Blues inspired him to go into entertainment.  He reveals that he always has a personal connection to each of his films, that The United States vs Billie Holiday was the first movie that he has ever directed sober. and how his own struggle with drugs and alcohol gave him insight into Holiday’s lifelong addictio...more

  • Tech News Weekly (Audio) / TNW 172: Net Neutrality Returns! - Facebook and Australia, Android vs iOS Updates, Twitter's Super Follow

    Facebook and Australia, Android vs iOS updates, Twitter's Super Follow. Alex Kantrowitz from Big Technology Podcast talks about how Facebook and Australia have made amends in the News Feed dust-up. Karl Bode wrote for VICE about the changes that are imminent in the California courts to bring Net Neutrality back into the limelight. Jason and Mikah discuss some changes hitting Android and how updates differ between iOS and Android. Mikah details Twitter's breaking news of a paid subscription mode...more

  • Global News Podcast / EU leaders vow to speed up vaccine production

    Greece and Austria are urging other EU states to adopt coronavirus vaccination "passports". Also: jailed Putin critic Alexei Navalny "moved out of Moscow remand centre", and the black browed babbler bird is not extinct after all.

  • The Energy Gang / Watt It Takes: Executive Producer Stephen Lacey

    This week, we have a bonus episode of Watt It Takes featuring Stephen Lacey, our founding host and executive producer.Back in December, Powerhouse CEO Emily Kirsch interviewed Stephen for a holiday edition of Watt It Takes. They talked in front of an audience about his career in journalism, how the world of podcasting has evolved, and his entrepreneurial journey launching a production company. And great news! Watt It Takes is now a standalone series. You can subscribe on Apple, Spotify, Goo...more

  • Can He Do That? / Reshaping the role of the Justice Department

    Can Attorney General nominee Merrick Garland rebuild confidence in the DOJ's independence? How might his efforts on Biden policies like combating far-right extremism and curbing police violence make the perception of an independent DOJ harder?Related reading and episodesThe duty of a president during crisisTrump incited a mob. American Democracy suffered.How the Oklahoma City bombing case prepared Garland to take on domestic terrorism

  • Ancient Warfare Podcast / AWA139 - How fast could a legionary camp react to an attack?

    If a roman legionary camp was attacked, how fast could it react? Jasper gives us his opinion. Like the podcast? Why not become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/ancientwarfarepodcast

  • ESPN FC / Arsenal's Best Saka Player?

    The FC crew discuss Arsenal's dramatic win over Benfica to advance to the Europa League round of 32 while Leicester City were dumped out of the competition by Slavia Prague. Is Joao Felix wasting his talent at Atletico Madrid? Plus, the debate over Atalanta's red card against Real Madrid continues.

  • a16z Live / It's Time to Heal #2

    On this episode of the new a16z Bio Clubhouse Show "It's Time to Heal", a16z general partners Vineeta Agarwala, Jorge Conde, Vijay Pande, talk to guest Dr. Gaurav Singal about the future of digital diagnostics: what are they, who stands to benefit from them, and critically, who pays.

  • Conversations / Raised in a cult

    Serafina Tanè was born into a doomsday cult led by a charismatic and abusive man who claimed he'd been abducted by aliens

  • Catholic Answers Live / #9993 Open Forum - Jimmy Akin

    Questions Covered: 04:00 – When we are in heaven, will we see others or will we be so enamored by God that we see only him?  07:32 – My son is almost 20 and is not practicing his faith right now. How can I talk to him about the faith and help bring him back to it? He asked me how he can want a God who required such a sacrifice of his own Son.  08:15 – Is a couple who qualifies for an annulment required to get one?  22:00 – I am a fan of the show Wanda Vision, but I ...more

  • The Disruptive Entrepreneur / How to Dramatically Increase Your Fees (The 6 Areas)

    In today’s brief but powerful episode, Rob talks his audience through the six areas where you can increase your fees. These include the knowledge plus experience formula, his unique take on the ‘hero and the guide’, increasing your self worth, over subscribing your services and not forgetting the easiest one of all – offering great service.   KEY TAKEAWAYS Knowledge plus experience equals results. If you gain more knowledge in something, turn it into an experien...more

  • PBS NewsHour - Segments / News Wrap: Biden says the U.S. is ahead of schedule on COVID-19 vaccinations

    In our news wrap Thursday, President Biden says the U.S. is ahead of schedule on COVID vaccinations with more than 45 million people receiving at least one shot, the number of Americans filing new unemployment claims fell, supporters of Myanmar's military attacked protesters in Yangon, and Texas lawmakers began grilling CEOs from energy companies after statewide blackouts. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

  • Today, Explained / The case for Covid-19 optimism

    Vox’s German Lopez explains why he feels optimistic about the end of the pandemic even though 500,000 Americans have died, the virus is mutating, and it’s going to take a long time to vaccinate the world.Transcript at vox.com/todayexplained. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

  • The Allusionist / 131. Podlingual

    In their podcasts Mija and Moonface, Lory Martinez and James Kim create autobiographical fiction in multiple languages.  There are a few swears in this episode. Find out more about this episode at theallusionist.org/podlingual and hear the whole conversation, and the others in the series, on Scripps College's podcast feed.  The music is by Martin Austwick. Hear Martin’s own songs at palebirdmusic.com or search for Pale Bird on Bandcamp and Spotify, and he’s @martina...more

  • Marketplace / Ready to release some pent-up demand

    The unemployment rate is still high at 10%, and the economic recovery from COVID-19 is going to take a while. But as coronavirus cases begin to trend downward and vaccine distribution continues, people are getting ready for things to open up. On today’ show: Some economists think there will be a whole lot of pent-up demand let loose as things start to look up. Plus, New York’s plans for reopening, the challenges in winterizing Texas’ power grid and an update on how pandemic lea...more

  • The World Next Week / U.S. Assumes UNSC Presidency, Intelligence Report Investigates Khashoggi Killing, and More

    The United States assumes the presidency of the UN Security Council, with Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield newly confirmed as the U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations; the U.S. intelligence community releases a report on the Jamal Khashoggi killing; and a political crisis deepens in the country of Georgia.

  • Political Gabfest / Shocked, Shocked! By Her Tweets

    Emily, John and David discuss the Tanden take down, Merrick Garland‘s DOJ, and how to stop police killings of Black people with guest Jason Johnson.Here are some notes and references from this week’s show:Isaac Chotiner on Twitter @IChotinerMitch Daniels for the Washington Post: “Senate Republicans Could Restore a Bit of Civility by Confirming Neera Tanden” Jacob Jarvis for Newsweek: “Neera Tanden Once Criticized Joe Manchin's Pharma CEO Daughter”Wesley Lowery for GQ: “The Most Ambitious Effort ...more

  • Daily Meditation Podcast / Feeling Calmer and More at Ease

    "Meditation has helped me cope and live through all of these weird and unique pandemic times." --Luisa from Bogota, Colombia, your fellow meditator Does negativity seem to consume you? When consumed by negative thoughts, It can be easy to lose sight of the ordinary miracles happening in life like the morning sunrise, the loyalty of your pet, or the blossom, and fragrance of a flower. This week, you are invited to refocus your thoughts on the positivity in the world.  This is day 6 of a 7-day Sta...more

  • Arts & Ideas / Foucault: The History of Sexuality 4

    Shahidha Bari is joined by Lisa Downing, Stuart Elden, and Stephen Shapiro to read volume 4 of Foucault's History of Sexuality, translated into English for the first time, which examines beliefs and practices among the early Christians in Medieval Europe. Although he had specified in his will that his works shouldn't be published after he died (in 1984), the rights holders of Foucault decided that these ideas could now be made public. So what do they tell us and how influential has his approach ...more

  • This Week in Startups - Audio / Reid Hoffman on the Joby Aviation SPAC, lessons from early Airbnb & Facebook bets, passing on Stripe & SpaceX, investment thesis & more | Angel S5 E6

    The post Reid Hoffman on the Joby Aviation SPAC, lessons from early Airbnb & Facebook bets, passing on Stripe & SpaceX, investment thesis & more | Angel S5 E6 appeared first on This Week In Startups.

  • Around the NFL / Russell Wilson Breadcrumbs & NFL Vision Boards

    A room filled with heroes - Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal bring you the latest news around the NFL starting with Big Ben most likely staying in Pittsburgh (5:45). The Athletic's Michael Shawn-Dugar joins the show to talk all about Russell Wilson and the trade rumors happening in Seattle (13:51). The heroes create a vision board for the 2021 season (39:25).

  • Life Matters - Full program podcast / The cost of childcare, market gardening after bushfires, cross-cultural style

    Could cheaper childcare help the COVID-19 recovery, community led market gardening after natural disasters, and how to have conversations about cultural styles.

  • The Ramsey Show / My Bank Job Pressures Me to Push Products That Put People in Debt (Hour 3)

    Debt, Career, Retirement, Taxes, Savings As heard on this episode: Zander Insurance: https://bit.ly/2Xbn7hD Burst Oral Care: https://bit.ly/3lCENep  Sign Up for a FREE trial of Ramsey+ TODAY: https://bit.ly/31ricKt  Tools to get you started:  Debt Calculator: https://bit.ly/2QIoSPV Insurance Coverage Checkup: https://bit.ly/2BrqEuo Complete Guide to Budgeting: https://bit.ly/2QEyonc Check out more Ramsey Network podcasts: https://bit.ly/2JgzaQR

  • Open Source with Christopher Lydon / Billie Holiday at 100

    This show first aired July 30, 2015. The astonishment about Billie Holiday in her 100th birthday summer is how differently we hear her. Back in the day — in her music, in her autobiography — Lady Day was the full catalog of suffering in a 20th-century underground: abandonment and child prostitution on the way to drink, drug addiction, and death at 44. “The most hurt and hurting singer in jazz,” said the authoritative Nat Hentoff. But resurrection in art jumps out of the soundtrack here — starti...more

  • Pod Save America / “The Clown Prince of CPAC.”

    Trump tightens his grip on the GOP ahead of this weekend’s CPAC speech, Texas Democrats analyze why they came up short in November, and new Data for Progress/Vote Save America polling shows overwhelming bipartisan support for voting and democracy reforms. Then ProPublica’s Dara Lind talks to Dan about Biden’s immigration moves and the influx of unaccompanied minors at the border.For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/podsaveamerica.For a transcript of this episo...more

  • The NPR Politics Podcast / How Young Activists Are Working With America's Oldest President

    Many young progressive groups were openly hostile to Joe Biden's primary campaign, but they rallied to support him once he secured the nomination. Now, his administration regularly meets with young organizers—who are hoping to increase their representation in the halls of power.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, political correspondent Juana Summers, and White House correspondent Scott Detrow.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at nprpolitics@npr....more