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Tova Leigh and Kristen Hewitt are two friends living an ocean apart with two common bonds: motherhood and wine. They are blunt, real, and sometimes their husbands call them bossy. But they also love to have fun and their mission is to make you smile and feel inspired, (or just a little bit better about the fact that you haven't slept in years.) Each week they discuss the ups and downs of parenting, relationships, trending topics, dirty diapers, ice cream, and everything in between. Hosted on ...
 
We are Doctors of Running, a group of doctors of physical therapy all working to provide you all with information about the art and science of running and what we are putting on our feet. In this podcast we will be giving evidence-based deep dives into running related topics as well as detailed running shoe reviews. You can also check us out at our website -- doctorsofrunning.com, and on social media @doctorsofrunning To help us continue to produce content for you all, consider joining our s ...
 
In Sketching Out – two British doctors hang up their stethoscopes to administer a weekly dose of surreal sketch and improv comedy. In a serious world, take time to be silly. Follow along on Instagram and Twitter: instagram.com/coldplatescomedy twitter.com/coldplatecomedy Get in touch at: coldplatescomedy.com
 
Skull + Crossfades is a mixtape series that features 14 curated cuts of post punk, goth, EBM, industrial, new wave and more. Designed for the original post-punk heads who saw the world change, the 80s kids seeking the darker side of John Hughes, the 90s scenesters longing for a taste of that old goth club, the new generation discovering music that matters.
 
The 315 is a new WAER Original podcast hosted by Joe Lee and Kevin Kloss. Over the last few years, Syracuse has witnessed an effort to change the public discourse and, therefore, image of Syracuse as a cold, snowy, dreary place to live. The 315 proposes to ride the wave of this movement to foster a more positive view of the region. For automatic delivery of new episodes subscribe in Apple Podcasts.
 
Kyle Thiermann is a conduit between athletes and intellectuals. He is a professional big wave surfer and journalist. Kyle lets his curiosity be his guide as he explores topics such as surfing, psychedelics and travel. Try starting with #139 Matt Taibbi, #157 Peter Attia, or #158 Mark Healey, Ben Greenfield, & Chris Ryan. thiermann.substack.com
 
GrowCast is one of the world's largest cannabis growing podcasts, where you can hear host Jordan River sit down with some of the most educated and talented people in the cannabis cultivation industry. Tune in to hear world class expert guests take deep dives on niche growing subjects like lighting, nutrients, plant training, organic growing, living soil, grow room automation, and much, much more. So pop on GrowCast to learn while you work in your garden- you've just discovered your number on ...
 
Ever wanted to share a drink with your favorite artist? Every week Atwood Magazine's Tunes & Tumblers invites the music industry's biggest acts and rising stars into the studio to pair their songs with original craft cocktails (and mocktails). Strap on your headphones and enjoy a cold one on us.
 
Occult, History, Conspiracy, Violence. Host, Jon Towers pours a giant drink and tackles topics weekly. Sometimes dark, sometimes mysterious but always entertaining. Jon presents the information in a conversational but edgy tone and struggles to add context and often levity to these examinations of dark magic, the mysteries hidden in dusty old books, forgotten myths, unknown stories of our past, politics and pop-culture and plots from secret organizations and elites. In realms (occultism and ...
 
Join Ken and Michael as they bring you all things Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC) while enjoying, reviewing, and rating an ice-cold beer. Segments include: - Beer Review - A Shot of Business Central: Ken and Michael bring you the latest BC news. - Feature: Ken and Michael break-down helpful features within BC. - Featured App: Ken and Michael try out and discuss apps designed for BC.
 
BBC Countryfile Magazine brings you The Plodcast - a weekly escape to the British countryside with fascinating guests and the wonders of the great outdoors. Enjoy a new escape into the countryside every Tuesday and wind down with our Sound Escapes on a Friday. Find out more about us at www.countryfile.com/podcast Subscribe to the print version of BBC Countryfile Magazine at https://www.buysubscriptions.com/print/bbc-countryfile-magazine-subscription Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for ...
 
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Me, Myself, and AI

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Me, Myself, and AI

MIT Sloan Management Review and Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

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Why do only 10% of companies succeed with AI? In this series by MIT SMR and BCG, we talk to the leaders who've achieved big wins with AI in their companies and learn how they did it. Hear what gets experts from companies like Microsoft, Delta Air Lines, and others excited to do their jobs every day and what they consider the keys to their success.
 
Podcast for coffee professionals and enthusiasts. Valerian interviews emerging and established coffee professionals who are ready to reveal their secrets so you can use them to improve the quality of your coffee and boost your coffee business. Valerian works on online coffee education projects from his home in Northern California. Originally he is from Central Europe where he co-owns a third wave coffee roasting company called Green Plantation.
 
Wrestling With Johners Podcast is one of the leading independent Pro Wrestling podcasts. With exclusive interviews with some of the best pro wrestling talent from around the wrestling world. Plus, Pay Per View reviews from WWE, AEW and NXT Part of the Johners Podcasting Network: https://wrestlingwithjohners.com/ Twitter: @withjohners_pod Instagram: @wrestlingwithjohners Facebook: Wrestling With Johners Youtube: Wrestling With Johners Email: wrestlingwithjohners@gmail.com Intro produced by ww ...
 
Over the past four years as Director of Marketing at MVMT, Blake has lead a world class marketing team, scaled a business from 1 to 100 million, and established a network of new wave disruptors. He is determined to share the best of what he's learned so you can join him on the journey to legendary status. Each episode will extract success stories, business strategies, and mindset mastery from living legends.
 
From the stuff your mother never told you, to the stuff your doctor never learned, On Health features taboo-busting conversations that demystify and de-stigmatize our bodies, all while bridging the gap between conventional medicine and wellness. Join Yale-trained MD & midwife Aviva Romm and her line-up of expert guests as they discuss everything from periods to menopause, sex to reproductive health politics, and motherhood to mental health. Each week, Dr. Romm will be exploring the science a ...
 
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Raj Gaddam & Jerry Alengaden

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Kick your feet up, grab a nice cold drink and unwind, as Raj and Jerry chat about everything going on in the world right now! From talking about the struggles of university students, to the come-up of those household names we know and love, listen in as they peel back the layers of their personal lives, and talk about what it’s like growing up as brown boys in Melbourne, Australia.
 
A podcast on the crime wave taking Albuquerque by storm. Notable true crime stories throughout the week here in the 505 and potentially interviews with those involved with the justice system. Aim is to have short 20 to 30 minute podcasts weekly, with the occasional interview or on the scene reporting. Mostly serious with a little bit of fun. America Unhinged. Radio (unfiltered politics, conspiracies, alt news): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpkPvqkjkmzLAad0ezhVt5w Land of Enchantment VLOG ...
 
PeerView (PVI) is a leading provider of high-quality, innovative continuing education (CME/CE/CPE and MOC) for clinicians and their interprofessional teams. Combining evidence-based medicine and instructional expertise, PeerView activities improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies that support clinical performance and patient outcomes. PeerView makes its educational programming and expert-led presentations and symposia available through its network of popular podcast channels to support ...
 
You may think you’re an expert on the odd, haunting, and mystifying, but there’s a new podcast in town. History buffs and occult fanatics Caroline Beaver and Ara Eagan, known to their fans as the Sisters Grim/the Grim Sisters, dive deep into history — from rabbit-hole conspiracies to centuries-old folktales. Episodes feature sporadic special guests like paranormal investigators, abnormal psychologists, death doulas, witches, Satanists, and even the occasional long-lost member of Russian roya ...
 
Dr. Ranjan Kumar Das as a Homeopathic doctor(B.H.M.S) and homeo medicine researcher from last 14 years ,loves to share his knowledge and real-time experiences in this podcast,you will get to listen about health, disease, and homeo medicine, prevention of disease, and practical orientation of application of medicine rather than books knowledge. You will also get some unbelievable result of homeo medicine on different kinds of critical illness.
 
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In this episode we are talking with pharmacist Rachel Newman about was to stay healthy during the cold and flu season. We also discuss the Tylenol shortage and different ways you can make sure your children can get what they need.By Melanie Shenstone
 
We're heading to Cemlyn Bay on the northern coast of Anglesey for a gentle walk around lagoons and quiet coves where birds rule and grey seals sleep. Podcast host Fergus voices a wildlife ramble around this remote haven on a beautiful Welsh island. Recorded in August 2022. This is episode 4 of season 15 of the Plodcast: Mindful Walks in Nature. Ima…
 
Orna Merchant learns how, during World War Two, a desperate Soviet Union created three all-female aerial combat units. The most celebrated of these was the 588th Night Bomber Regiment. Using Polikarpov Po-2 wooden biplanes, as the aviators approached their target they would cut their engines and glide in to drop their bombs. The eerie sight and sou…
 
Today's episode features the one and only JB from 808 Genetics broadcasting straight from Hawaii! JB joins us a combination of breeder feature and history lesson- he starts by telling some incredible stories of the OG Hawaiian cannabis growers who paved the way to make Hawaii the cannabis haven that it is. JB talks about being a second generation g…
 
The brutal beating of Tyre Nichols by Memphis police officers, caught on video, has renewed calls for greater accountability and oversight on law enforcement. Amna Nawaz, co-anchor of "PBS Newshour," joins Chuck to detail how Congress is once again asked to police the police — and whether they can.By NBC News
 
How do humans cope with sadness? Is it something to be avoided at all costs or part of the human condition? Should we dwell on our sadness, or flee from it? Author Helen Russell explores humanity's history of gloom, and the cultural differences in our approach to tackling it. Helen goes to Lisbon to explore their relationship with melancholy, commu…
 
Several countries are experiencing a fall in the number of babies being born and this has potentially serious consequences. Japan’s Prime Minister, Fumio Kishida, has warned that his country is on the brink of not being able to function as a society. The problem is an increasingly elderly population and not enough younger people to keep the country…
 
Go online to PeerView.com/DNP860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. What are your skills in managing tenosynovial giant cell tumors (TGCT)—particularly in light of updated phase 3 evidence supporting systemic treatment? Find out in this final part of an educational series on TGCT, whe…
 
Go online to PeerView.com/ENP860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Did you miss the PeerView DLBCL Seminar & Tumor Board at the Annual Hematology Meeting in New Orleans or want to revisit this important educational event? Access this program to watch a panel of experts debate the eme…
 
Go online to PeerView.com/NMB860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. The current chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) management tool kit is expanding to include covalent and non-covalent BTK inhibitors, BCL-2 inhibitors, chemo-sparing combinations, and cellular therapies—are you prepare…
 
Go online to PeerView.com/YNC860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. Endocrine therapy, typically with an aromatase inhibitor or fulvestrant plus a CDK4/6 inhibitor, is a mainstay for the management of HR+/HER2- metastatic breast cancer, but many questions still remain about the nuance…
 
As the new year settles in, giving us a hint of the issues that will shape our political landscape for the foreseeable future, the pollsters with NBC News are hard at work taking the temperature of voters. Mark Murray and Bridget Bowman of the NBC News political unit join Chuck to preview how their next poll will inform us of America's zeitgeist wi…
 
We're back on a farm deep in the Devon countryside. At some point in the night you stir, woken by the patter of hail on the slate roof. The barn is old, built hundreds of years before your time, and as the minutes pass by you think of the many stories made, and the many told, within these thick stone walls. It’s a comfort – from your warm, cosy bed…
 
Why did people take to the streets, risking arrest and a barrage of bullets?After protests turned violent and hundreds of people were killed, four Iranians tell the story of why they risked their lives. What has been happening in Iran to drive them out onto the streets to face bullets?‘Agrin’ tells Phoebe Keane she’s tired of being objectified as a…
 
In the summer of 1946 inflation in Hungary reached 41.9 quadrillion per cent. That’s 41.9 followed by 14 zeros – the highest rate of inflation ever recorded anywhere in the world. It meant prices of everyday goods and services doubled, on average, every 15 hours.As the shattered country struggled to get to its feet after World War Two, weighed down…
 
Rep. Ruben Gallego's (D-Ariz.) Monday launch of his 2024 Senate bid could signal the first major challenge to Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-Ariz.), who hasn't announced re-election plans, but shocked Democrats in her switch to independent, late last year. Former Rep. Ron Barber (D-Ariz.) joins Chuck to detail how the Grand Canyon state foreshadows the cha…
 
Content Warning: In this episode, we will be talking about maternal mortality, infant mortality, and the impact of racism on maternal health. 60% of all maternal deaths are fully preventable, and the complications women experience are not inherent to black or brown bodies. Yet Black and Brown women have been blamed for their "bad outcomes" instead …
 
On this episode, Andrea and Megan are joined by a very special guest: Amelia Boone! Amelia's an incredibly accomplished obstacle racer and ultra runner. Tune in to hear how she's survived and won so many epic, painful races. She'll also share her story of long injury history and struggle with an eating disorder, offering strategies to fight and rec…
 
James Gallagher asks whether the next pandemic might be an invasive fungi? Most people think of athlete's foot or fungal toe nails but the World Health Organisation recently issued the first ever list of life threatening fungi. James hears stories of hospitals being shut down, a ruined honeymoon and fungal infections that consume human tissue leavi…
 
Head deep into Goatchurch Cavern in the Mendips with historian and artist Amy Jeffs and Plodcast host Fergus to hear ancient tales, myths and legends as we enter the bowels of the earth. Amy's new book, Wild: Tales from Early Medieval Britain explores how our ancestors viewed nature and landscape through their stories, poetry and song. Listen on as…
 
In 2002 photojournalist Caroline Irby and former BBC reporter Tom McKinley arrived in Sierra Leone to cover the fallout from the country’s brutal conflict. They travelled with children caught up in the fighting; as they were reunited with their families. Now, just over two decades on, Caroline returns to West Africa to track them down.…
 
First time guest and founder of Seedsherenow James Bean joins the program for an incredible episode! James shares the story of his cannabis journey and enlightens us on the evolution of the cannabis genetic marker. James reminisces on some of his favorite members of the breeding community from back in the day, and emphasizes just how rapidly the ma…
 
Kindness. It's at the core of the way Katie Steller is showing up in the world. She founded the Steller Kindness Project and the Red Chair Project, where she travels around Minneapolis giving free haircuts to people in need. In this week's episode, we talk about the mental health challenges Katie has maneuvered in her life and the ways she has lear…
 
The seeds are planted for a debt-ceiling showdown, as newly empowered House Republicans aim to use the threat of a default as a tool to force budget cuts. Brendan Buck, a former adviser to House Speakers John Boehner and Paul Ryan, joins Chuck to outline how the everlasting crisis of the debt limit might reach a new high as a more extreme form of c…
 
It's winter, and some folks are heading for ski resorts, and that means a big change in altitude for most. The National Academy of Sciences reports that 33.5% of the population lives below an elevation of 100 meters above sea level. That means that, in any major disaster, getting out of Dodge often means heading for the hills. There’s a possibility…
 
As the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union swept over vast areas of Ukraine and Belorussia from the summer of 1941, over three million Jews were deliberately targeted for annihilation. Shot, hung, butchered, a million and a half Jewish souls were buried in vast pits in Babi Yar, Rumbula, Mariupol, Minsk, Kyiv and Riga. Many accounts began to flood in…
 
During World War Two, approximately 1.6 million Soviet, Polish and Romanian Jews survived by escaping to Soviet Central Asia and Siberia, avoiding imminent death in ghettos, firing squads and killing centres. Many of them wrote music about these horrors as the Holocaust unfolded. Singer Alice Zawadzski, whose own family found themselves on a simila…
 
Since the Taliban returned to power some 18 months ago, women in Afghanistan have been removed from nearly all areas of public life. They are barred from secondary schools, universities and most workplaces and cannot even socialise in public parks. As Afghanistan faces a growing humanitarian crisis, we bring together three students in the country t…
 
Fifty years ago, Jane Roe become the centre of a ruling that would fuel US politics for the following decades. The Roe v Wade case gave women the constitutional right to abortion, until 2022 when it was overturned by the US Supreme Court. Claire Graham speaks with Katty Kay about the 1973 legal case, the legacy of that ruling and how abortion becam…
 
He had been secretary of Labor, budget director and Treasury secretary, but is most famous as the nation's secretary of State at a time when the world was reeling from the Cold War: George Shultz's legacy of public service is notable not only for being only one of two to have held that many Cabinet posts, but also for his pivotal role in crafting P…
 
In the 100th edition of Sound Escapes, we're on a boat in the Outer Hebrides at anchor near a small island. An underwater microphone captures grey seals swimming around the hull of the small boat while a full moon hangs in the still night. Enjoy a specially extended audio experience to celebrate our 100th episode. Recorded by musician David de la H…
 
Rachel Carson’s 1962 book Silent Spring has probably done more than any other to raise concerns about the damage that uncontrolled use of chemicals can cause to the natural world. Carson imagined a ‘silent spring’ in a world where birds no longer sang, killed off by indiscriminate spraying of pesticides. Her plea for caution when using insecticides…
 
In 2018 the town of Paradise in hills of northern California was wiped out by one of the worst wildfires in California's history. The disaster made headlines around the world - regarded as a symbol of the dangers posed by climate change. So what does the future hold for communities like Paradise in a region increasingly threatened by wildfire? Four…
 
Now fully seated in Congress and committees, Rep. George Santos (R-N.Y.) launched his way into office thanks to a seemingly unending stream of lies. New York Times reporter Nicholas Fandos and Republican adviser Daniel Scarpinato join Chuck to explain how an unknown Republican from Long Island ended up in Capitol Hill ... and duped everyone tasked …
 
Join me as I am joined by Flat Earther - Truther - UFO spotter - Alien abduction survivor, TRUMAN ROSWELL - LIVE! We discuss taking his career and Truman Roswell persona to a whole new level coming out of Lockdown in 2021 and going into a tremendous 2022. Truman tells us what it was like to start the year as the Sacrifice Pro 'Loserweight' Champion…
 
Welcome to the second half of our alcohol miniseries! In part one, I focused on how alcohol metabolizes differently in women than men and how this increases women's alcohol-related health risks. I also talked about how alcohol can effect puberty, our hormones, and menstrual cycles. If you haven’t already listened, it's a perfect prequel to today's …
 
This second part of our winter running feature is all about the treadmill. Some days, the weather is just too rough to brave the elements, or maybe the schedule calls for a hard workout that will be unnecessarily challenging in the cold/snow/ice; that's where the treadmill comes in. Nate & Andrea share tips to finding and buying the right treadmill…
 
The rise of antibiotic resistance means that we need alternatives to fight infections - and some healthcare professionals are turning to maggot therapy to help clean up wounds. They might be treating people living with diabetes who can experience a loss of sensation in their feet because of high blood sugar levels. Damage to their blood vessels can…
 
Take a wander along on of Britain's oldest roads: the Ridgeway. TV presenter, writer and archaeologist Mary-Ann Ochota is the patron of the Ridgeway National Trail, and takes host Fergus on a circular walk from the stone circle at Avebury onto mysterious Fyfield Down before walking along the Ridgeway to magnificent West Kennet Long barrow – where a…
 
There’s growing scientific evidence that many animals are not only conscious but they possess a more profound sense of self. They can learn by experience and make decisions that depend on a sense of the future - in other words they are “sentient” beings with the capacity to feel pain, pleasure and emotions. In the second part of this two-part serie…
 
An instant classic episode today- good friend of the show Molokai Kevin debuts on the main podcast for the first time! Kevin is a multi decade cannabis grower who specializes in outdoor soil gardening- and is currently living on the Hawaiian desert island of Molokai. Kevin talks about how Hawaii has changed over the years, and shares some wild stor…
 
Panther Modern – “Ready”, 2020. Fluid Ghost – “I’m Done Being Drained”, 2022. Logickal – “ForeMost”, 2021. Covenant – “Feedback (Club Mix)”, 2000. Haujobb – “Demon”, 2001. NN – “Deception”, 2020. cEvin Key – “Tomahawk”, 2021. ECO – “Abgehoben”, 1998. Pablo Bozzi – “Last Moscow Mule”, 2020. Javier Martinez – “Alter Ego (Alvee Remix)”, 2020. Kontravo…
 
Barely three weeks into the new year, the two likeliest candidates for 2024 — President Biden and former President Trump — now both face criminal investigations for their handling of classified documents. The Rev. Al Sharpton, host of MSNBC's "PoliticsNation" and president of the Political Action Network, joins The Chuck ToddCast to weigh in on how…
 
What does it mean to be a citizen? Is it about belonging, or about convenience? Katy Long examines two trends which offer stark alternatives: countries which remove citizenship (or want to), and those which sell it. Sharing stories from Belarus, the Dominican Republic, Malta and Kuwait reveals how very differently different countries think about th…
 
When it came to tackling Covid, China has been among the strictest on the planet. There have been almost three years of travel restrictions, testing and lockdowns. Host James Reynolds also chats with Yanni, Lex and David, who discuss what it has been like to live under China’s ‘zero Covid’ policy and how they have all recently had the disease, foll…
 
Inspired by the Arab Spring, peaceful protests began in Syria in early 2011. However, a complex civil war followed which has lasted over a decade and involved many other countries. Lina Sinjab, a BBC Middle East correspondent, explains how the conflict in her native country began. From the arrest and torture of protesting teenagers in Daraa to the …
 
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