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The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or listen on-line. CKUT is composed of over 200 volunteers working with a staff of coordinators, not just to make creative and insightful radio programm ...
 
Digital Learning Radio is a podcast dedicated to exploring ways to use technology to empower learning within a classroom, campus, or district. Each week, our conversations center around living, learning, and leading with technology. The hosts are members of the Region 10 Education Service Center’s Digital Learning Team, and we frequently interview educators and other guests from around the country. Whether you’re looking for resources, favorite tech tips and tools, or want to hear ways techn ...
 
Will the traditional college campus be relevant in the future? Today, it seems that everything in higher education is in question. Now more than ever it’s important for us to have those tough conversations about what the future holds. Join us as we talk to the placemakers…those professionals who are in the business of making college campuses places where people want to be… Each week we will explore the future of the college campus in a very uncertain world…
 
Stephen Hawking once said that intelligence is the ability to adapt to change... so let’s adapt. Hosted by author and entrepreneur, Steve Glaveski, Future Squared brings you conversations with preeminent thought leaders from myriad disciplines such as startups and entrepreneurship, technology, corporate innovation, psychology, philosophy, economics, politics, biology, human performance and productivity, motivation and self development, management and leadership, health and fitness and more t ...
 
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McKinsey & Company Recruiting

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Whether you’re an experienced professional or a recent graduate, working with McKinsey could be a rewarding next step in your career. Every individual at McKinsey plays an important role in our collective success. The McKinsey Recruiting Podcast is your ear on the inside. Through this podcast, we share details about who we are, what we do, and how we recruit. Our episodes will answer frequently asked recruiting questions and introduce you to some of our colleagues.
 
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Cape York Partnership

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Ever since the Federation of Australia, a plethora of politicians, academics and media personalities have opined and commentated on Indigenous Australian affairs. But amongst the discourse, whether it be formalised debate or discordant blither, one voice has been notably absent: the collective voice of First Nations people. As of 2020, First Nations peoples comprise just 3.3% of the Australian population. Yet they represent 29% of the incarcerated Australian population, including an estimate ...
 
The NJ Tech Meetup is a monthly meeting of 150+ entrepreneurs and innovators from our impressive group of innovative and creative members. We meet monthly, usually at the Stevens Institute of Technology campus in Hoboken, NJ, to hear from smart feature speakers and interesting startups. The goal is an atmosphere of sharing best practices and learning from both failure and success.
 
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Science Sundays is a free lecture series open to the public that provides a wide range of current and emerging topics and issues in science that touch our everyday lives. Speakers are experts in their fields from on campus and around the world with experience in making their topics interesting and accessible for audiences of all ages, with or without a science background.
 
St. Merlinda's School for Magical Misfits is an academy designed to help young individuals of magical descent master their powers and become contributing individuals to society. We stand by our students, no matter how many buildings they accidentally burn down or souls they collect. It is our duty to help our students get through such "growing pains" so they can develop properly.
 
This podcast is dedicated to the Bar Finals of the Nigerian Law School and life after law school. Episodes feature discussions on any topic from any course in the law school curriculum namely; Professional Ethics and Skills, Civil Litigation, Criminal Litigation, Corporate Law Practice, and Property Law Practice, and conversations with lawyers (practicing & non-practicing) about life in and outside of the Bar. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is an independent creation of DigiLaw and is not affiliat ...
 
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Collective Voices: Lament and Hope As this academic year draws to a close, let us take stock of our EMU collective experiences of lament and hope. Leaders from student clubs and organizations, faculty groups, staff councils, and administrative bodies have been invited to bring a statement of what they are lamenting and where their hopes lie as they…
 
The American artist Kiki Smith talks about tapestry and her long career.My Art Crush: painter and printmaker Kirtika Kain makes tactile work about the oppression and unrecorded history of Dalit people.Step inside the Palais de Tokyo (in Paris), Europe's largest centre for contemporary art, for a tour of the exhibition Reclaim The Earth.…
 
Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera and Cats were all produced by the same man: Cameron Mackintosh. In Australia for the opening of a new production of Mary Poppins, Cameron shares his journey from humble beginnings to producer extraordinaire.Also, Anna O'Byrne shares songs and stories inspired by her work with Julie Andrews and we interrogate the…
 
Canadian author, Emily St John Mandel, says the pandemic changed her as a writer. Her latest, Sea of Tranquility, was written during lockdown in New York and while it's a standalone novel, also features links to her previous books, Station Eleven and The Glass Hotel.Also, Goan-Anglo-Indian Australian writer Michelle Cahill's novel, Daisy and Woolf,…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this …
 
Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this …
 
Logie nominated ABC series The Newsreader is a late 20th century period drama about sexual politics, egos and the stories that shaped our consciousness in the mid 1980s. Co-creator and writer Michael Lucas and series writer Kim Ho take us behind the scenes of the series.MasterChef judge and Logie nominee Melissa Leong talks about how life has chang…
 
In this season Kathryn and Laura are inspired to learn and inspired to share. Each week they discuss the ongoing story of their learning as they engage in reflective practice to connect their ideas and continuously grow. This week’s inspiration is shared by Kathryn as she discusses the new Learning Forward standards. Transcript Reflection Form: Com…
 
We meet two Australian women making waves in film & TV to hear about their personal experiences in the industry....Chloe Rickard - Partner, COO and Executive Producer at Jungle Entertainment who are behind some of our most high-profile shows including No Activity, The Moodys and Wakefield; and Sophie Hyde - director of the feature films Animals, 52…
 
How often does a political artwork fall into the national spotlight during a federal election? Hear from Archibald portrait prize winner Blak Douglas.Plus, an Italian art exhibition that puts NFT juggernaut Beeple alongside European masters and Australia's Richard Bell.And enter the studio of weaver, printmaker and textile artist Ema Shin.…
 
When Yorta Yorta/Gunaikurnai theatre-maker Andrea James quit her job as a legal secretary to pursue a career in the arts, it was because she saw the theatre as 'a place where truth gets told.' She is now one of our most celebrated playwrights and directors. Also, we hear a scene from A Letter for Molly, the debut play from Brittanie Shipway at the …
 
Here Goes Nothing is the last in what Steve Toltz calls his trilogy of fear which began with A Fraction of the Whole. This latest book is narrated by a ghost who discovers there is an afterlife hierarchy and he is at the bottom. Also, Irish writer Audrey Magee on her second novel The Colony which is colonisation in microcosm and Toni Jordan's sixth…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
This week Ben and Bev discuss the #WrongAsianing of Labor candidate for Reid, Sally Sitou, why these incidents cut deep and wonder why apologies can be so hard to come by when they happen.We shove Whovians Rhianna Patrick and Ahmed Yussuf into a Tardis for their take on the news that Sex Education’s super charismatic Ncuti Gatwa will be Dr Who’s 14…
 
In this season Kathryn and Laura are inspired to learn and inspired to share. Each week they discuss the ongoing story of their learning as they engage in reflective practice to connect their ideas and continuously grow. This week’s inspiration is shared by Laura as she discusses the blog post “You Are More Ready for Learner-Centered Than You May T…
 
Director Leah Purcell and actor Rob Collins on The Drover's Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson, Purcell's powerful post-colonial revision of a short story by Henry Lawson, which in her hands becomes a mesmerising outback western presented through a feminist, First Nations lens. Plus, Jonathan Alley tells us how he wove his admiration for cult band T…
 
In this episode, Tamsyn and Paniz are joined by writer and activist Nora Loreto and feminist and social justice advocate Sheru Abdulhusein to reflect on their experiences working at and with feminist non-profits (and “feminist” non-profits), how feminist non-profits emerged in Canada, and how they often reinforce the same oppressive power structure…
 
Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this …
 
Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this …
 
Greetings from the 22nd La Biennale di Venezia, in Italy!The Venice Biennale is known as the Olympics of the art world, complete with golden awards, stunning achievement and sometimes, disappointment. This year has seen more female artists, Black artists and minority cultures representing national pavilions than even before. Take a tour with Daniel…
 
Geraldine Turner has been a mainstay of the stage since the 1970s, featuring in the Australian premieres of Chicago, A Little Night Music, Into the Woods and more. Now she's written a memoir, Turner's Turn, about her performing life and a very painful personal life.Also, the cast of Bob Dylan musical Girl from the North Country perform for us and w…
 
This is our special “one take” episode. Jill and Aaron get into June announcements, a lot of David Lynch news, and speculate about François Truffaut. Note that this was recorded prior to the announcement of Kino securing some Truffaut titles, but our speculation still stands for other titles. Episode Links Classic Film Collective David Lynch Remast…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
This week it’s all about curry, capes and … sex clubs.The PM’s social media obsession with posting his curries hit new highs of engagement when the internet noticed the chicken in his questionably-garnished korma was also questionably cooked. Is the curry discourse a distraction, or can we talk about curry and scrutinise the campaign at the same ti…
 
In this season Kathryn and Laura are inspired to learn and inspired to share. Each week they discuss the ongoing story of their learning as they engage in reflective practice to connect their ideas and continuously grow. This week’s inspiration is shared by Kathryn as she discusses the book Show and Tell: How Everybody Can Make Extraordinary Presen…
 
British actor Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey, Paddington) talks about playing the writer Roald Dahl in the new film To Olivia, set in the late 1950s, early 1960s, a period when he was married to American actor Patricia Neale and the couple lost their young child to measles. Plus, African American Italian director Jonas Carpignano on To Chiara, whic…
 
What do artists think about when making huge public art? Lindy Lee is making the most expensive work commissioned by the NGA, and Judy Watson's bara will grace Sydney's harbour with a giant Gadigal fish hook.Then, the US art lab addressing the problem of confederate monuments to racist causes... and Indigenous artists Julie Gough, Nicholas Galanin …
 
Gather as a campus community for convocation to recognize and celebrate student academic and service achievements and accomplishments from this academic year. Over 50 awards, such as Teacher of Promise, Tutor of Distinction, Math Competition, Exceptional Leadership and Exceptional Service will be given by at least 12 different departments or progra…
 
Richard Wagner's epic fantasy opera Lohengrin is a fairy-tale romance, but a disconcerting German nationalism lurks beneath its surface. French director Olivier Py confronts the opera's complexities head on in his upcoming production for Opera Australia.Also, we trace the influence of theatre practitioner Konstantin Stanislavski and his impact on m…
 
Josh is joined by friend-of-the-show Michael Hutchins for a conversation about the Criterion Channel’s permanent streaming library. Episode Links The Criterion Channel The Criterion Channel Club Facebook Group January New Releases Michael Hutchin’s Letterboxd List of Streaming-Only Criterion Titles Michael Hutchins’s Letterboxd List of Limited Enga…
 
We meet some of the most remarkable mothers in recent fiction, with authors including Dawn French, Douglas Stuart, Anne Enright, Lisa Taddeo, Larissa Behrendt and Alice Pung. These literary mums can be loving, neglectful and sometimes cruel – and they often reveal something about the author’s own relationship with their mother or children. Other fe…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
This week, BW and BL writhe their way through their feelings about the world’s richest man’s moves to buy twitter.BL shares his bulging dossier documenting the rise of full frontal male nudity on television, and what to make of it. Meanwhile in Australia, Jimmy Rees, formerly known as Jimmy Giggle, discusses exploring Australian history via the wor…
 
In this season Kathryn and Laura are inspired to learn and inspired to share. Each week they discuss the ongoing story of their learning as they engage in reflective practice to connect their ideas and continuously grow. This week’s inspiration is shared by Laura as she discusses Designing for Belonging. Transcript Reflection Form: Complete the Ref…
 
Two interviews with directors who have made films about families, parenting and memory…...you’ll meet Korean-American writer director and film critic Kogonada, who talks about his mysterious, gentle sci-fi film After Yang, set in a near future society where androids can be bought as companions. Plus, French filmmaker Céline Sciamma , who’s new film…
 
Rebecca Belmore is one of Canada's most important artists and is now having her first Australian solo show.Plus, visit Sally Smart's studio, inspired by one of the most influential dance companies of the twentieth century.And Yuki Kihara's Venice Biennale entry Paradise Camp, where the artist reimagines tropes used by Paul Gauguin and Samoan touris…
 
Red Stitch Actors' Theatre has just 80 seats, but the company is acclaimed for their bold programming of the buzziest new work from abroad and for developing new Australian plays. Now in its 21st year, we meet their artistic director Ella Caldwell.Also, Kaitlin Tinker summons the strength of Alien heroine Ellen Ripley in her play about pregnancy an…
 
Jennifer Down doesn't turn away from uncomfortable truths in her Stella Prize shortlisted novel, Bodies of Light, about the systemic failures of the residential and foster care systems in the 70s and 80s. Also, we revisit our interview with Jonathan Franzen who talks about faith and family, which are two themes in his latest book, Crossroads.…
 
An Introduction to Ngak Min Health with Charmaine Nicholls, Melanie Dunstan and Matthew Carson Indigenous Australians have an average life expectancy 19 years below that of wider Queensland and an unparalleled lack of access to healthcare services. And the health gaps start early. So what if we could improve early intervention by opening a holistic…
 
Marcus Pinn joins as we discuss announcements for June and other news. Some of the discussion was not Criterion related as we discussed the Indicator Columbia Noir set featuring Humphrey Bogart. We also discuss Kinuyo Tunaka, the release cycle of Janus Films, the NYC arthouse theater scene, and much more. Episode Links Classic Film Collective Hokut…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
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