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Listen and subscribe to a new podcast series that shares innovative ideas for people-centred projects so that we are all empowered and inspired to learn and experiment – one conversation at a time. **Support us on Patreon** https://www.patreon.com/TheWonderHouse **Donate on Ko-Fi** https://ko-fi.com/thewonderhouse @TheWonderHouse www.TheWonderHouse.co.uk
 
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Association of Commonwealth Universities

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The Internationalist is a podcast from the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU). In each episode, academics, students and practitioners from across the Commonwealth take on the current debates in higher education. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Ghadar Now! is an auditory intervention that allegedly digs up the root of modern human civilization, along with all the bacteria and fungus around it, and brews an indigestible cocktail for the consumption of first-world’s neoliberal guards.
 
The Sex Agenda is a podcast by Decolonising Contraception that is leading the conversation around sex, sexuality and reproductive health among Black and people of colour. Filled with expert knowledge and a good dose of laughter, nothing is too embarrassing or off-limits on this podcast as hosts Dr Annabel Sowemimo (community sexual & reproductive health doctor) and Edem Ntumy (community engagement officer) strive to debunk myths, tackle taboos and initiate difficult conversations. ---Artwork ...
 
Join Hannah Witton and some very special guests as they discuss all things sex, relationships, dating and bodies in her new podcast, Doing It! In a series of frank, open & honest conversations guests talk about their personal experiences from periods and pregnancy to sex, disability and everything in between. Expect laughs, tears and some serious sex education.
 
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Science for the People

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Science for the People

Rachelle Saunders, Bethany Brookshire, Anika Hazra, & Marion Kilgour

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Science for the People is a long-format interview podcast that explores the connections between science, popular culture, history, and public policy, to help listeners understand the evidence and arguments behind what's in the news and on the shelves. Our hosts sit down with science researchers, writers, authors, journalists, and experts to discuss science from the past, the science that affects our lives today, and how science might change our future.
 
Everything story, body and creativity. Join your Personal Mythmaking host Janelle Hardy as she asks her guests the same four questions: Whose traditional territory are you on? What’s your favourite fairytale/ancient tale? What’s your relationship with your body like? And what’s your connection to your creativity? These potent conversations are created by mixing lifestories, memoir-writing, creativity, the body, fairytales + conversation together with wild abandon. Through the lens of persona ...
 
This is Network ReOrient: exploring the post-Western, reconnecting the Islamosphere. Every other Friday we feature conversations with thinkers, artists and community activists about things Islamicate and decolonial. Network ReOrient is a part of the Critical Muslim Studies project, connecting and intersecting acts of epistemic disobedience and political re-imagination. Check out https://www.criticalmuslimstudies.co.uk/
 
These podcasts are recordings from the Cutting Edge Issues in Development Thinking & Practice lecture series 2021/22 and 2020/21, a visiting lecture series coordinated by Professor in Practice in the Department, Duncan Green and Professor of Development Studies, Professor James Putzel. The Cutting Edge series provides students and guests with fascinating insights into the practical world of international development. Renowned guest lecturers share their expertise and invite discussion on an ...
 
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Africa Knows

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Africa Knows Collective

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Every other Monday, Africa Knows brings you conversations with African(ist) scholars and thinkers who talk about their own work, the decolonisation of the academy, and the knowledge revolution taking shape all over the African continent. We are a collaborative platform, with co-hosts calling in from different locations - go to africa-knows.captivate.fm for more details. Nigeria is our first port of call, but we aim to expand our reach over time. Interested in collaboration? Contact us at afr ...
 
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SSEAC Stories

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Sydney Southeast Asia Centre

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SSEAC Stories is a podcast series produced by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre at the University of Sydney. Experts join us in every episode to explore the latest research and share their insights on a wide range of topics pertaining to Southeast Asia.Visit our website for more information or to browse additional resources: sydney.edu.au/sseac.
 
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The Good Robot

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University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies

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Join University of Cambridge Christina Gaw postdoctoral researchers Eleanor Drage and Kerry Mackereth as they ask the experts: what is good technology? Is ‘good’ technology even possible? And what does feminism have to say about it? Each week, they invite scholars, industry practitioners, activists, and more to provide their unique perspective on what feminism can bring to the tech industry and the way that we think about technology. With each conversation, The Good Robot asks how feminism c ...
 
CIRCUIT CAST is a podcast produced by CIRCUIT Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand, interviewing contemporary artists about recent exhibitions and how they approach their practice. CIRCUIT is Aotearoa/New Zealand's leading distributor of artists' moving image works. www.circuit.org.nz.
 
This podcast gives the listener an opportunity to hear conversations with people from the field of systemic psychotherapy. Host Sezer and Julie, two systemic psychotherapists, discuss a wide range of topics, theories, practices and experiences with their guests, giving the listener an insight into this disciplines contribution to social change.Artwork by Arai Drake Creative: http://www.araidrake.com/portfolio/thesystemicway/Music by Rena Paid
 
A podcast by Clinical Psychologists, for Clinical Psychologists. Deep-dive conversations with clinicians and academics at the forefront of their fields. A great resource for all clinicians from graduates to gurus. Follow us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/clinicallythinking DISCLAIMER: Discussions are the personal opinions of the participants and do not represent APS policy or individual therapeutic advice. You should seek your own independent professional and/or legal advice pertin ...
 
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Non-Diet Yogi

Casey Conroy, MNutrDiet, APD, YT

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Non-Diet Yogi explores and dismantles the world of #BigWellness​, where yoga, spirituality, fitness, diet culture, white supremacy and toxic female entrepreneurship collide in a dizzying spectacle of goji berries and designer mala beads.This podcast is for you if you - love yoga, but don’t always love yoga culture - wish to form a deeper connection with your body and with the natural world around you, minus the wellness wankery - are tired of the classism, racism, sexism, homophobia, transph ...
 
The Earth Sea Love Podcast is a podcast for and about women, feminine and non-binary people who are Black, Indigenous or a Person of Colour and their relationship with nature hosted by Sheree Mack. The Earth Sea Love Podcast is committed to exploring the experiences of women of colour with Mother Nature. We want to provide spaces where the hidden voices in the environmental/ conservation conversations can explore their relationship with the natural world.Inspired by time spent outdoors, we a ...
 
CRÈME is an acronym – it stands for Communicating the Race Equality Message Effectively. In each episode we will be interviewing a representative of one of the organisations fighting for racial equality in Britain. But this will not be just a dry discussion on policy – this is about the people behind the campaigning, and the experiences that shaped them.
 
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Civic Journalism Lab at Newcastle University

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A forum for professional, student and community journalists in the north east of England to meet, learn and collaborate. It’s supported by Newcastle University.
 
We need to talk about the outdoors. Not just the epic stories, but the important news, the big events and the social issues that permeate the whole of the outdoors. On The Outside is for anyone who spends their time outdoors in the UK and wants to engage in the wider outdoor community. Each episode, a diverse panel of enthusiasts and experts from a range of outdoors sports discuss the news stories that matter to them. We'll look at everything from specific sports news, to headline stories ab ...
 
These dialogues from the Wits School of Arts, Arts Research Africa project, are intended to stimulate practice, enable research, and inspire collective engagement around the question of Arts Research in Africa. Art lecturers and postgraduate students in the Wits School of Arts at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, are grappling with the challenge of positioning arts research in an African context. These podcasts seek to develop a dialogue with both national and international ...
 
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Decolonising knowledge production in the field of violence against women is about empowerment. Instead of allowing Western ideals to dominate knowledge production, we must refocus our attention on the lived experiences of those who are most affected by violence, and whose expertise is often ignored, as we search for solutions. In this episode we le…
 
‘There were no locals at all’: Reckoning with race, history and access in Kenya’s tourism industry. For much of his career as a tour guide in Kenya, Felix Migoya would have clients from the United States and Europe but no Kenyans. Safari was seen as the preserve of white people, a ‘mzungu affair’. Alex Kamau is part of a new generation of young Ken…
 
Welcome back to On The Outside! We're returnig with an in-depth chat about all things Kinder Scout Trespass. Last month was the 90th anniversary of a mass trespass across Kinder Scout in the Peak District, a moment that is credited with helping to create our National Parks, and rights of way access in the UK. Francesca is joined by Frit Tam, Ani Pa…
 
This episode we chat with Melissa Suze, the Flood Witch. We talk about ways you can begin to decolonise your witchcraft practice. You can find Melissa here https://www.floodwitch.comand follow her on instagram here https://www.instagram.com/temperancehomebarThe books Melissa recommended are Brujas; The Magic and Power of Witches of Color by Lorrain…
 
In this episode, Hannah is joined by Kaz Lucus, a kink positive queer Kenyan sex educator who hosts The Spread podcast. Kaz talks to Hannah all about why she decided to create the Spread Podcast and her mission of helping fellow Kenyans be more open in discovering their sexuality, as well as how religion is the root of sexual taboo and stigma in Ke…
 
The thing about humans is that, as a social species, we work with other people. And this means we often, consciously or unconsciously, end up being awful to each other. If you are someone who is marginalized in the workplace--something that often happens to people of color, LGBTQIA+ people, people with disabilities and white women--how do you deal?…
 
In this episode, Julie and Sezer speak with Gwyn Daniel about her connection to politics and systemic thinking and how she navigates the two in the systemic community. Gwyn talks about gender, power, class and geography in this rich and insightful episode. Gwyn Daniel is a Systemic Family Therapist, Trainer, Clinical Supervisor and co-founder of th…
 
We sit down with filmmaker Richard Ledes to discuss the process of making his film Adieu Lacan, which depicts a successful psychoanalytic intervention by Lacan. Ledes is a fascinating filmmaker who has been compared to David Lynch and his most well-known film is Fred Won't Move Out. Adieu Lacan is available on VOD and is definitely a must-watch!…
 
In this episode I spoke to Aurelien Mondon regarding how those on the left should, if at all, respond to the current iteration of 'the culture war' Aurelien Mondon is a Senior Lecturer in politics at the University of Bath. His research focuses predominantly on the impact of racism and populism on liberal democracies and the mainstreaming of far ri…
 
Making the invisible visible: After her father was abducted and killed in the Gambia, Nana-Jo Ndow, and her cousin Sirra started an organisation to raise awareness of the issue and set up a memorialisation centre. Now, survivors are starting to heal by sharing their stories and young people can learn about human rights. It’s usually men who are for…
 
Climate change is perhaps the greatest challenge facing humans today. Yet politics appears to be failing to deliver the required response. Students of politics are therefore conducting a wealth of research to understand what’s happening and what could be done better. But is that research actually doing any good? Is it contributing to better outcome…
 
In this episode we chat to Virginia Dignum, Professor of Responsible Artificial Intelligence at the University of Umeå where she leads the Social and Ethical Artificial Intelligence research group. We draw on Dignum’s experience as an engineer and legislator to discuss how any given technology might not be good or bad, but is never valueless; how t…
 
On this minisode with Hana we chat about the 5 signs of reincarnation in children.Here is the case of James Leninger referenced when talking about nightmares: https://med.virginia.edu/perceptual-studies/wp-content/uploads/sites/360/2017/04/REI42-Tucker-James-LeiningerPIIS1550830716000331.pdfHere is the case of xenoglossy from the Thai boy https://p…
 
In this episode, I spoke to Aaron as they broke down what is materialism and why they choose to adopt a materialist politic when thinking about Black liberation. Aaron Booe is an organizer with the Claudia Jones School for Political Education in Washington, D.C. Currently, they are studying Political Science and Economics at Howard University. I.G.…
 
We are pleased to welcome writer and thinker Jordan Osserman to the show to discuss circumcision and his new book Circumcision on the Couch: The Cultural, Psychological, and Gendered Dimensions of the World's Oldest Surgery which has recently been published by Bloomsbury. Join us at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/torsiongroups to get access to our…
 
Naturopathy was never intended to focus on weight loss. And when it comes to women’s health - especially preconception care, postpartum and peri-menopause - taking the emphasis off of weight and shape and onto health becomes even more imperative. Dr. Caitlin O’Connor, a naturopathic doctor based in Denver, Colorado shares her wisdom. SHOW NOTES: 09…
 
Energy, and who controls it, has emerged as a major issue in Southeast Asia in recent years. Nowhere is this issue more evident than in the Mekong region, where China’s influence on the politics of energy has been steadily on the rise under the umbrella of its Belt and Road Initiative. China’s investments have supported Cambodia in being able to me…
 
Most of the UK went to the polls last week, and the vote in Northern Ireland was perhaps particularly significant. Next year will mark 25 years since the 1998 Belfast or Good Friday Agreement, which brought peace to Northern Ireland after nearly 30 years of conflict. The power-sharing arrangements established by the Agreement have brought many succ…
 
Season 4 is here. Episode 045. Welcome to The Earth Sea Love Podcast at our new home here @Podbean. We're bringing a mini series of solo episodes from your host, Dr. Sheree Mack as she attempts to bring you up to speed with what's been happening behind the scenes during the hiatus/ winter break. We hope you enjoy listening.…
 
Gaddafi meets Aliyu Isa Aliyu, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at Federal University Dutse, Nigeria, and Senior Research Associate at Sun-Yatsen University in China. Dr Aliyu speaks about his work and academic career, including his recipe for a successful PhD, the high quality of Nigerian undergraduate math courses, the role of complex mathematics i…
 
No democracy in the world has yet achieved equal representation for women in its national parliament. So it’s important to understand what could be done to improve the situation. One long-standing idea is that some electoral systems may be better than others in enabling fairer representation. A new article co-authored by Dr Eleanor Woodhouse, Lectu…
 
In this casual end of season episode, Hannah has a good sit down chat about how season five went and what it was like being pregnant while recording, and then digs into some listener questions about pregnancy, parenting and maternity leave plans, and what you can expect from Doing It in the future! Thank you all for all your support this season, an…
 
Dr Bayo Akomalafe is a philosopher, writer, activist, professor of psychology, and executive director of the Emergence Network. In this chat, Dave talks to Dr Bayo about: unschooling and non-schooling community as an organism trauma as an invitation to reimagine rupture and repair - individually and collectively surrendering to the non-human world …
 
In this episode, we talk to Blaise Agüera y Arcas, a Fellow and Vice President at Google research and an authority in computer vision, machine intelligence, and computational photography. In this wide ranging episode, we explore why it is important that the AI industry reconsider what intelligence means and who possesses it, how humans and technolo…
 
In this episode we explore the personal and professional journey of Hesther Selbeck, a Dutch Systemic Psychotherapist and developer of Contextual Equine Therapy. Hesther takes us on a ride through the development, theory and practice that underpins her model. Contextual Equine Therapy is a form of systemic therapy in which horses are used as co-the…
 
In this episode, I spoke to the dope Too Black regarding how we should organise and build politically, particularly focusing on what our approach should be towards the Black bourgeoisie Too Black is a poet, traveling and teaching artist, and author fusing historical content, current events, creative practice, and interpersonal interaction on intern…
 
Clinical Psychologist and author of the book Emotional Intelligence, Dr. Daniel Goleman transformed the way the world educates children, relates to family and friends, and conducts business. The concept of EI is now taken for granted, but without it we would not have developed modern treatment modes such as Schema Therapy and DBT. His work has been…
 
We sit down with the prolific writer and thinker Richard Seymour, Co-Founder of Salvage Magazine and author of The Meaning of David Cameron (2010), Unhitched (2013), Against Austerity (2014) and Corbyn: The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics (2016). Since 2013, Seymour has turned to Lacanian theory in his writing and analysis of contemporary polit…
 
What happens when you combine diet culture with MLM essential oil giants doTERRA and Young Living? Disordered eating, poor body image, and a burnt gullet. The practice of ingesting essential oils has been a wellness trend for the last few years thanks to essential oil MLMs. But most qualified aromatherapists and herbalists warn against it. Why the …
 
Following the 2014 coup in Thailand, in which the Thai military overthrew the caretaker government after 6 months of political crisis, major media outlets suggested that the coup could lead to ethnic tensions—and potentially civil war—between the Isan people of northeastern Thailand and the central Thai government. While this civil war never eventu…
 
Climate change is – as the article we’re discussing this week puts it – ‘the quintessential long-term problem’. Action is needed to avert massive long-term harm. But the steps that are required will generate short-term costs. Democracies are famously short-termist. Politicians who want to be re-elected don’t like imposing short-term costs on voters…
 
Capitalism is more than just an economic system, it's also a form of sorcery. In this episode with special guest Otis Bell, we discuss what spells capitalism and colonialism ensorcel us with to normalize or "naturalize" racism, classism, patriarchy, ecocide, and so on. In particular we will discuss who is sacrificed upon the altars of capitalism, w…
 
What is the history of digital pornography? How do algorithms perpetuate LGBTQIA+ content censorship? What is the role that content moderation and corporate ownership plays in perpetuating misogyny and heteronormativity? In this episode, we interview Alex Monea about the history of digital pornography and LGBTQIA+ content censorship. We also discus…
 
I chat with Author of the Art of Frugal Hedonism Annie Raser-Rowland about: how to consume less and live more why frugality and hedonism aren't a contradiction why we're afraid of having and consuming less - and how to overcome it orienting communally and relationally finding sensory pleasure in our mammalian bodies what our bodies are saying about…
 
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Kate Chandler, Assistant Professor at Georgetown and a specialist on drone warfare. We recorded this interview the day that Russia invaded Ukraine, which reminded us of just how urgent a task it is to rethink the relationship between tech innovation and warfare. As Kate explains, drones are more than just tools, they…
 
Sandy Gibbs speaks to Thomasin Sleigh about a new body of work made over six years in response to the 1968 Olympics, a project made between Aotearoa, Mexico and Germany which used failure as a generative process. She discusses older women taking the space, critiquing the idea of competition in sport and art, and using restaging as a video art metho…
 
We are very pleased to sit down with American historian and cultural critic Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn to discuss her work on the history of race relations in America and the legacy of her father, the historian and critic Christopher Lasch. Christopher Lasch's thought has skyrocketed in popularity in recent years and one of the big questions that surrou…
 
Gaddafi talks to Ibrahim Bello Kano ("IBK"), Professor of English Studies at Bayero University Kano and vocal critic and public intellectual. They talk about the romance of academia but also its (sometimes ugly) political economy, and also touch upon: the growing historical ignorance of students; the importance of the literary analysis of nonfictio…
 
Most people know how the age of dinosaurs ended. An asteroid hit and all the dinosaurs died out. But it's never quite that simple. In her newest book, The Last Days of the Dinosaurs: An Asteroid, Extinction, and the Beginning of Our World, Riley Black describes what the immediate post-impact world looked like, and what it would become.…
 
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