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The terms “sustainability” and “sustainable development” are now so commonplace as to be meaningless – according to the sceptics. Worse still, a focus on sustainability, they say, can actually mask the very real problems we have in dealing with climate change and managing the world’s diminishing resources.
Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash curates a program exploring the importance of protest music as part of our shared cultural history. She talks of how the rich oral tradition of roots music embraces migration stories, loss, resistance, and how we are moving to something better, but that it might be painful. And ultimately, protest songs can show us a path to get there. (Originally from Live With Carnegie Hall from June 2020.) Set list: Rosanne Cash and Leventhal plays Bob Dylan's "License to Kill" ...more
You love your spouse so much, but we're all still human. Part of being human is getting on each other's nerves. John, Erin and Greg discuss what it looks like for couples to work through irritations during the early years of marriage. Featuring guests Amber Lia, Guy Lia, and Jean Daly. Find us online at focusonthefamily.com/marriagepodcast, or call 1-800-A-FAMILY. Get the book "Marriage Triggers" for your donation of any amount: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-fofm-podcast-2021-09...more
Author Jen Babakhan offers encouragement to stay-at-home moms and women who are considering leaving the workplace to take on this role as she shares lessons she's learned from her own transition which have shown her why this is one of the best decisions her family has made. Get Jen's book "Detoured" for your donation of any amount: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-daily-broadcast-product-2021-09-23?refcd=1145007 Get more episode resources: https://www.focusonthefamily.com/episodes/b...more
Spending time with God can be difficult when your kids require so much attention. John and Danny offer some ideas for how to spend time with the Lord amidst the busyness of parenting. Find us online at focusonthefamily.com/parentingpodcast, or call 1-800-A-FAMILY. Get Heidi St. John's book "Becoming MomStrong" for your donation of any amount: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-fofp-podcast-2021-09-21?refcd=1143802 Get more episode resources: https://www.focusonthefamily.com/epi...more
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Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Greek writer known as the father of histories, dubbed by his detractors as the father of lies. Herodotus (c484 to 425 BC or later) was raised in Halicarnassus in modern Turkey when it was part of the Persian empire and, in the years after the Persian Wars, set about an inquiry into the deep background to those wars. He also aimed to preserve what he called the great and marvellous deeds of Greeks and non-Greeks, seeking out the best evidence for past events an...more
On this week’s Talkhouse Podcast we’ve got a couple of friends who both happen to have new but very different projects out this month: Amber Tamblyn and Mac McCaughan.Tamblyn is an actor-writer-director-poet-activist with a wildly diverse resume. She may be best known for roles on Joan of Arcadia and Two and a Half Men, but that’s only the tip of a pretty incredible iceberg. She’s written well received books of poetry—including 2015’s Dark Sparkler. She directed the 2016 film Paint it Black, whi...more
In a special Opinion Audio bonanza, Kara Swisher, Jane Coaston (The Argument) and Ezra Klein (The Ezra Klein Show) sit down to discuss what went wrong for the G.O.P. in the recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom of California. “This was where the nationalization of politics really bit back for Republicans,” Jane says. The three hosts then debate whether the media industry’s criticism of itself does any good at all. “The media tweets like nobody’s watching,” Ezra says. Then the hosts turn to The Wa...more
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There are tons of ways to make money online — the root of all of them comes down to helping people. Two common ways entrepreneurs help a wide audience is by packaging up their knowledge and experience into an online training course or a membership program/community. But which model makes the most sense for your business? To find out, it’s time for another Side Hustle Showdown. For the debate, I’ve invited back two Side Hustle Show favorites: Jacques Hopkins has sold over $2 million worth of his...more
Congressional Democrats are struggling to bring together their moderate and progressive factions to pass an infrastructure bill and its gigantic sidecar, a budget plan filled with tax hikes, climate-related legislation, and social spending. With the party divided, is Biden’s agenda about to hit the skids?Guest: Jim Newell, Slate’s senior politics writer and author of the weekly newsletter, The Surge. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefi...more
As the 25th James Bond film hits cinema screens we look at the lasting appeal of the franchise. The original author, Ian Fleming, died in the 1960s but other writers took on the challenge of keeping Britain's most famous secret agent alive. Photo:Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time To Die. Credit: Nicola Dove/PA Wire.
Let's light a fire in the kitchen with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Adam Young, Harmundi, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Christine Collister, Achill Crossing, Jen Midkiff, Jesse Ferguson, Steel Clover, Kris Colt & the Black Rose Band, Bang On The Ear, The Langer's Ball, Blaggards, Ockham's Razor, The Gothard Sisters I hope you enjoyed this week's show. If you did, please share the show on social or with a friend. The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is here to build our diverse ...more
Is a deep, personal connection with God fueling everything you do?
We know Osher Gunsberg as the host of The Bachelor franchise, but as he was handing out roses on the show, he was also battling mental illnesses like anxiety, depression, OCD and suicidal ideation. Now he’s looked into what’s wrong with mental health in Australia, in a documentary called A Matter of Life and Death on SBS. China’s LGBTQI youth are fighting the government’s conservative stance on their identity through a dance movement called voguing. Plus, some young Aussies have created a ...more
A restriction on abortion from as early as six weeks into pregnancy is now law in Texas. The state has also outsourced enforcing it to private citizens who can get up to $10,000 if they sue those who perform or assist an abortion that breaks the ban. As lawmakers in other American states intend to follow Texas Charmaine Cozier finds out what it means for the political hotspot that is abortion provision in the US. Presenter and producer: Charmaine Cozier Researched by: Christopher Blake Editor...more
We can’t understand the past without understanding when things happened, because if we can’t place them in some sort of chronological order, we can’t understand the relationship between them. But how do we know when things happened in the distant past? Professor Sturt Manning of Cornell University is an expert on chronology, using tree-rings, radiocarbon, and historical sources to date events and archaeological sites from many thousands of years ago. Patrick's book is now availabl...more
Have you heard of attachment theory? It’s all about how your dating/relationship patterns were formed when you were a baby. In this bonus episode, find out your attachment style and how to change it.
Bonnie Pritchett reports on Texas pro-lifers stepping up efforts to help women now that most abortions are banned in the state; Myrna Brown talks to Canadian religious liberty advocate Marty Moore about how churches in his country are standing up to government control; and Sarah Schweinsberg meets a grandmother aging with grace and making a name for herself on Instagram. Plus: an interview with the new WORLD Opinions editor, twin record-holders, and the Thursday morning news.Support The World an...more
You know we had to go for Round 2! We’ve brought your favorite Snap storytellers from around the world Backstage again, sharing the real stories that bubble up when the stage lights go down. Dino Archie, Shannon Cason, Dr. Ray Christian, Joyce Lee, and Don Reed join Glynn to spar about problematic side dishes, code-switching, and skin-lightening cream. Big thanks and love to the whole crew! This episode contains some adult language. Produced by Nikka Singh & Regina Bediako, original score...more
How can you make money from your podcast? Cathy shares 8 different ways to monetize your show, including sponsorships, affiliates, memberships, courses, programs, and more! - Cathy's Podcast program is open for enrollment! Sign up at https://cathyheller.com/join - Shoutout to our friend Alison Prince and her podcast Because I Can Life! Listen wherever you listen to podcasts and check out Becauseicanlife.com/gift for her list of ideas for products you can start selling online - Thanks Flex...more
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#1188 Today we're talking with Stephanie Taylor from the UK. She and her sister have a business together at Rent2RentSuccess.com. That's essentially a way to rent a property from a landlord, then rent it out again. She and her sister teach others how to do this through their course and membership program. Things are starting to take off, but Stephanie is wondering: Now that we're here, how do we get to the next level? When you find a little success online, you might find yourself facing an ...more
In this week’s “Throwback Thursday / Where are they now?” segment, we hear from the owner of ColorHype. Initially a local painting class business based in Texas, ColorHype adapted during the pandemic and sold more than 8,000 painting kits to customers nationwide. Show notes: SideHustleSchool.comEmail: email@example.comBe on the show: SideHustleSchool.com/questionsConnect on Twitter: @chrisguillebeauConnect on Instagram: @193countriesVisit Chris's main site: ChrisGuillebeau.comIf you're e...more
Franklin Leonard helped change the way movies get made in Hollywood. It’s not what he expected as a young Black math wiz growing up in Georgia. But after a love affair with movies that started at Kim’s Video in New York City, Franklin established The Black List, a tool that became one of the hottest commodities in show business and opened doors for people who weren’t getting a shot. Franklin and Marc talk about how The Black List movies made millions, how it pushed back on conv...more
Prodigy vs talent vs hard work. Is a prodigy born or made? How important is talent compare to hard work? What is the role of the educator nowadays compare pre-Google days? In this episode, I am honored to have Judit Polgár, Chess Grandmaster, on to talk about her origin story, her take on the education system nowadays, how can chess be translated into education, how can an adult learn a new skill at a high level. Towards the end of the episode, Jay The Engineer and I also talk...more
While resistance to vaccine mandates goes back 200 years but state laws allowing for religious exemptions were rare until the 1960s. And faith leaders from the Pope to imams have pushed Americans to get vaccinated. So why do religious exemptions exist? Reporter Andrew Meriwether digs into the complicated history of religious exemptions.
Philo Vance investigates the murder of the owner of a curio shop. Original Air Date: April 29, 1943 Support the show monthly at
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Subscribe to the transcripts at https://www.allearsenglish.com/subscribe In today's episode we answer a question about the phrasal verb whip up. Learn how to use it, and then find out how you can figure out if words are really used or not. Get more details today
It’s important to remember that mindfulness is a practice; despite our best intentions, we might not always get it right the first time around, and that’s okay. This week, award-winning researcher and certified mindfulness-based stress reduction teacher, Shalini Bahl-Milne offers a practice to help you hit reset and refresh. This practice can help you align with your intention and let go of what is no longer serving you. It can also help you create space around your emotions, so you can act in a...more
Martin Bosley and Jo McCarroll discuss Judith Collins pulling out of planned media appearances, Participants: Martin Bosley, Jo McCarroll, Karyn Hay
In just two short years, Lil Nas X has proven he's much more than "Old Town Road." He's taken a successful novelty song and parlayed it into a budding and influential music career. He's come out as gay and arguably become pop's biggest out star. He's a master of performance art and marketing, and his eponymous debut studio album Montero easily became one of the year's most anticipated projects.
Since the start of the pandemic, face coverings and their ability to prevent the transmission of Covid-19 have been under constant scrutiny by scientists, politicians and the public. More than a year and a half in, what do – and don’t – we know? Madeleine Finlay speaks to Prof Cath Noakes about how effective different face coverings are, how best to use them, and when we should be masking-up. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod
So question for you: When was the last time you did something where it was so immersive, so enjoyable it so captivated, the essence of who you are that you completely lost track of time? You just vanished into the experience, the activity, the moment, the conversation, the relationship, like the world around you ceased to exist. The only thing that you became aware of, if you were even aware of that, was you and the thing that you were doing, or the person or the group of people that you were en...more
My guest today is Nova Reid, a Ted speaker, activist and author. Nova uses her past experience working in mental wellbeing to encourage meaningful change from the inside out in many areas of how we live our lives including anti-racism work. Her work is really powerful, energising and moving and I really admire and respect everything she creates. In this episode, we also discuss Nova’s new book The Good Ally: A Guided Anti-Racism Journey, an urgent call to arms to become better allies to each o...more