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RMIT Journalism Students

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Under Cover is not just a podcast. It's a phone call, a voice message left for those who are lonely, confused or just need someone to talk to them at this time of isolation. It's a warm and friendly midnight radio for the world. It is a good friend who is informative, trustworthy and is there for you - with stories, songs and sounds to make you feel connected. With yourself, with your friends, with your world.
 
Stop Solitary for Kids is excited to announce the debut of our new podcast series elevating the voices of people directly impacted by incarceration and solitary confinement as youth. Not in Isolation: Voices of Youth examines how our history and our legal systems combine to harm youth, with shocking disparities for youth of color and LGBTQI youth. We’ll look at how the punishment paradigm in these systems tears at the fabric of our families and communities through the lens of directly impact ...
 
Comedian Paul F. Tompkins & actress Janie Haddad Tompkins are a married couple living in Los Angeles. This podcast is your once a week, direct line to their intimate, meandering, stream-of-consciousness after-dinner conversation as they enjoy their weekend water. A podcastif from their digestif! Named one of the top ten new comedy podcasts of 2020 by VULTURE. #stayfhomekins #SFH #podcasts #humor #marriage #comedy Official STAY F. HOMEKINS merchandise available at www.kinshipgoods.com
 
Coping with coronavirus’ fruits of boredom? Well, make our Asia House Arts In Isolation series your favourite playlist and belt them out — and open a window so others can hear.Pretty much everything from the Louvre to the NBA has been closed, cancelled or postponed. But it takes more than that to really cancel culture. Because if you can’t visit art, we bring it to you. We can still remain connected to the creative voices who help us make sense of our times.
 
Brain Goods podcast focuses on your mental health. Topics range from mindfulness, depression, physical exercise and mental health, personal stories plus much much more. These podcasts have been repurposed from our webinar series. To learn more about our webinar series and AB Korkor Foundation for Mental Health visit ABKF.org.
 
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James Avramenko

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How to be a better friend by losing every friend you've ever made! James Avramenko has a lot of friends, at least on Facebook. Too many maybe. So he's decided to do something about it. Every week James has a friend on the show to talk relationships, social media, art, memories, or whatever else might come up. At the end of the interview they unfriend off Facebook and decide (or sometimes if) they'll stay in touch in the future. Friendless is a fun, irreverent exploration of what it means to ...
 
Tech News Briefing is your guide to what people in tech are talking about. Every weekday, we’ll bring you breaking tech news and scoops from the pros at the Wall Street Journal, insight into new innovations and policy debates, tips from our personal tech team, and exclusive interviews with movers and shakers in the industry. Hosted by Zoe Thomas
 
Desperate to find meaning in his life, troubled Matthew Leads takes a job as the caretaker of an Antarctic Research Facility. An atmospheric isolation horror following his struggles with mental illness, a broken heart and the suffocating presence of Station Blue.
 
Watch our Live Sermons every Sunday morning at 10:30am by searching "Flipside Christian Church" on Youtube or go to "flipside.church" See more of Flipside Christian Church by going to our website at "http://www.flipside.church/media/" or download our app by searching "Flipside Christian Church" in the Google Play and Apple App Store. Flipside Christian Church Madera Ranchos, CA
 
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Navi Carpenter

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Each week we bring stories of people once thought capable of love, but who turned into the worst kind of monster.....targeting, grooming, coercing, blackmailing, isolating and physically abusing their male partner. It is estimated that 4 out of 10 men are abused by a domestic partner, and this constitutes only 10% of reported cases. The stereotype that men are abusers and women are victims is false and dangerous. Abused men are alarmingly underserved and resources for help are minimal. Men a ...
 
Welcome to Coexisting! Audio stories of those currently sheltering at home due to Coronavirus all over the world. Part information, part human story archive but mainly trying to get an uplifting bent on this insane situation we find ourselves in.We have people from from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Canada, United States Australia, UK, Portugal, Iceland, France, Italy and Taiwan so far and the list keeps growing.
 
The Isolated but Not Alone podcast features James Rains and guests as they bring mental health awareness to rural and isolated communities through a unique combination of psychology and theology. Through engagement with these communities through questions submitted by listeners, stories, interviews, and conversations, James seeks to dive into the deep places of the heart and mind that are not readily addressed in society, especially in communities that do not have access to these and other m ...
 
Welcome to the Driven to Lead podcast. We are an organization dedicated to helping men grow and thrive personally, professionally, and spiritually. Each month, we host a men's breakfast where our speaker brings a message relating to real life issues and inner struggles we have as men. It is our desire to equip and encourage men with the knowledge to tackle these topics and engage life principles in their family, work, and community life. Join us on a journey of transformation as we awaken th ...
 
A podcast about running tabletop games, focussed on doing so within this current moment of global crisis. I'm an experienced GM adapting offline workshop content into this series that will offer help and encouragement to GMs old and new, covering general game advice, emotional wellbeing, and the nitty-gritty of online play, among other things. Transcripts available through diceagainstisolation.tumblr.com, or in episode descriptions.
 
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Talk Python To Me

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Talk Python To Me

Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)

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Talk Python to Me is a weekly podcast hosted by developer and entrepreneur Michael Kennedy. We dive deep into the popular packages and software developers, data scientists, and incredible hobbyists doing amazing things with Python. If you're new to Python, you'll quickly learn the ins and outs of the community by hearing from the leaders. And if you've been Pythoning for years, you'll learn about your favorite packages and the hot new ones coming out of open source.
 
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Cultivating Resilience

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Cultivating Resilience

Cultivemos (Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network—Northeast)

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If you’re a farmer, you know the joy of working the land: the cadence of the seasons, the understanding of the natural world, the tangible results of your hard work. But you probably also know how stressful it can be. From family and finance pressures, to isolation and an exhausting job that has no days off. In fact, agricultural workers experience suicide rates 50% higher than the national average, and that number is rising. On Cultivating Resilience from Cultivemos (FRSAN-NE), farm care st ...
 
With an emphasis on non-fiction travel books, books on place, nature writing, and travel literature, host Jeremy Bassetti talks with the world’s most celebrated writers about their work and about the business and craft of travel writing in this award-winning podcast. Past guests include travel writers like Paul Theroux, Pico Iyer, and Rolf Potts. The show also covers topics related to travel journalism and travel photography.
 
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The Isolation Pod

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The Isolation Pod

Jana Bacevic and Mark Carrigan

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Two social theorists try and make sense of an unravelling world, with occasional guests. We're interested in the experience of crisis, as well as knowledge production about crisis. In fact we're not sure if it's possible to ultimately separate one from the other 🦊
 
Hi, Im Chris. I am a Primary Teacher with a passion for presenting. I have created a podcast to cheer you up! Here you can listen to:Comute with Chris - weekday shows with short quiz's special guest interviews. At weekends we have Saturday Morning Football - a talk and preview show.
 
Pandemic. Health crisis. Economic downturn. Societal standstill. These are the soundbites we hear in the ever-changing, interconnected 24/7 news cycle; all relating back to one thing: coronavirus. But what about the stories and experiences in this current global narrative that don’t always receive media attention? From Ubiquity Audio, this is ‘Coronavirus: Isolated Times’. Join host Aaron M. Wilson as he takes a deep dive into this uncertain new normal. Only this time, you get to hear it not ...
 
At Deep Isolation, we believe that listening is one of the most important elements of a successful nuclear waste disposal program. A core value of the company is to seek and listen to different perspectives on the matter of nuclear waste, nuclear energy, and disposal solutions. We have created this series to interview experts and stakeholders that represent aspects of nuclear waste. Our hope is to bring clear picture of Nuclear Waste: The Whole Story.
 
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Our guest on this week's Sheer Isolation is Oliver Phipps from the Wharf Theatre in Devizes. This historic building next to the Kennet & Avon Canal has been putting on stage shows for decades. It's recently undergone a major refurbishment and is opening it's doors to new audiences, offering more inclusive events and introducing youngsters to the wo…
 
On today's episode, I'm going continue my discussion on personality development. I have always found personality development to be interesting ever since I sat in college listening to a professor discuss whether or not there people have a soul. In this episode, my goal is to provide a brief overview of Existential Theory/Therapy and its approach to…
 
I'm sure you're familiar with package managers for your OS even if you don't use them. On macOS we have Homebrew, Chocolatey on Windows, and apt, yum, and others on Linux. But if you want to install Python applications, you typically have to fallback to managing them with pip. Maybe you install them for your account with the --user flag. But with p…
 
To tackle social isolation among seniors, some caregivers have turned to virtual reality. One company developing that technology is Rendever. At The Wall Street Journal's recent Future of Everything Festival, personal tech columnist Nicole Nguyen spoke with Rendever’s co-founder and CEO about where this tech stands today and how it can be leveraged…
 
During Pride Month, the LGBTQ community marches to defend its rights around the world. Our reporters went to meet some members of its older generation in France and Spain. Older gay, lesbian and trangender people often feel invisible within their wider communities and the majority of them suffer from loneliness after family rifts and years of discr…
 
How did the discovery of oil transform Saudi Arabia's cities and its architecture? Join this conversation with Abdulrahman and Turki Gazzaz, two architect brothers, to discover how their curiosity to understand their home city of Jeddah led to the rise of "Saudi Modern," a project to discover, record, and capture the spirit of modernist architectur…
 
"Ambient as interesting as it is interesting" The term Power Ambient is yes, another attempt at putting a badge or genre to a wide-encompassing range of music stylistically, but it’s one that I have often gravitated towards amongst many others when describing a particular style of music we are dealing with here. When it comes to a spectrum of Ambie…
 
Privilege comes in many forms: socio-economic privilege, gender privilege, heterosexual privilege, to name a few. In this episode, the Sugars reply to two letter writers who are facing different forms of privilege. They discuss with Catrice M. Jackson, a leading voice for racial justice. This episode was originally published on August 11th, 2018.…
 
Wall Street Journal reporter Robert McMillan has spent years trying to find a Russian hacker who would tell him their story. And then, he met Dmitry Smilyanets, the man who managed one of the most notorious hacking teams to come out of Russia. Dmitry’s story is the story of how a generation of hackers grew up in Russia. It follows the dramatic game…
 
Dominica, a member of the Commonwealth, is a small island in the lesser Antilles. Located between the French overseas departments of Guadeloupe and Martinique, it's one of the poorest countries in the Caribbean. To finance its economy, Dominica offers a Citizenship by Investment programme, or CBI. Investors can buy a Dominican passport, which has t…
 
Elon Musk says he put his $40 billion acquisition of Twitter on hold over bots on the platform, and he demanded to see the social-media company’s data on fake or spam accounts. In recent weeks, Twitter complied, sending over a massive data dump. Now the billionaire and his team need to sort through it. WSJ tech reporter Sarah Needleman joins host J…
 
The anti-immigrant attitude is common in South Africa. But in recent months it has taken an organised shape in the form of a rapidly growing populist movement. Young people united as the movement called "Operation Dudula" are demanding that illegal immigrants be sent home. The ruling party, the ANC, will have to respond. Authorities are firm in the…
 
Celsius, one of the largest crypto lenders, has been under pressure. And people active in the sector have been keeping a watchful eye. The lending giant promoted itself as lower risk but higher reward than traditional banks. But investor documents from last year show Celsius was actually built on risk. WSJ reporter Eliot Brown joins host Julie Chan…
 
Succession isn’t just about passing down the farm. Because whether you realize it or not, your successors will inherit more than the land you give them. They’re getting the legacy you left behind, and if they’re your children, a lifetime of the values you’ve imparted to them. Which is why any discussion of succession starts well before you’re ready…
 
When the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24, ending the federal right to abortion, it was “devastating,” says Sheila Katz, CEO of the National Council of Jewish Women, in an interview with Haaretz Weekly. “We had been mapping out every possible path this decision could go down. And the one the court chose was absolutely the worst,…
 
In the waning days of the prison, three inmates perform arguably the greatest prison break in American history. It’s immortalized by Hollywood in the 1979 film, “Escape From Alcatraz,” starring Clint Eastwood. And the escape remains one of the great unsolved mysteries of American crime. For more details, please visit www.blackbarrelmedia.com. Our s…
 
Apps that track menstrual cycles or fertility collect a trove of sensitive data about users. Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last Friday, striking down the constitutional right to an abortion, some of those app companies are moving to change how they handle that data. On today’s show, WSJ personal tech columnist Nicole Nguyen joins h…
 
As experts gather at a UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned that the world is facing an "ocean emergency". In Australia, the Great Barrier Reef recently suffered another mass bleaching event, just months after a UNESCO committee recommended the World Heritage Site be listed as "in danger". The country's ne…
 
On the previous series on spiritual grooming and spiritual abuse, I discussion on a current situation that is having a profound impact on me that has all kinds of intersectionality within the rural and isolated communities in which I have interaction and reside. The topics focused on the difficult and complex issues of spiritual grooming and spirit…
 
Algorithmic stablecoin TerraUSD was supposed to maintain its value at $1 with the help of its sister-crypto, Luna. But TerraUSD’s price collapsed to pennies in May, while Luna plunged by more than 99%, wiping out around $40 billion in value. Their creator Do Kwon has been attempting a comeback by relaunching Luna. WSJ markets reporter Alexander Osi…
 
To close out PRIDE Month 2022, this episode is a celebration. Dr. Ashley King is an inspiration. Her work empowers students, invites them to thrive and cultivate not just meaningful projects, they cultivate meaningful experiences that show them what they can accomplish. I want to acknowledge all the awe-inspiring work that Dr. Ashely King isContinu…
 
In Germany, a former SS corporal at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp is on trial on charges of being an accessory to murder for the deaths of 3,518 people between 1942 and 1945. The verdict in the trial of 101-year-old Josef Schütz is expected this week. Schütz, who maintains his innocence, is one of dozens of alleged Nazi criminals that German…
 
Episode Summary You don’t want to go on a diet. Who does? Letting go of foods you enjoy to eat “healthier” foods just often sounds like torture, and it doesn’t last. So, what does? In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I discuss how focusing on the change you want is the most powerful force to overcome temptation, distraction, and bad …
 
Benedict Allen is my guest today. He is the author of several books, including most recently Explorer: The Quest for Adventure and the Great Unknown. I ask him about his urge to explore, and about what I poorly articulate as his “old school” mode of traveling the world. We chat about about making bonds while traveling, about homecomings, and about …
 
Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientists with science news stories and analysis. In today’s programme: Scientists discover the world’s biggest bacterium, evidence that we pick our friends based on how they smell, and do brain training apps really work?Plus... we tackle a thorny issue - if we rely too heavily on solar and wind power, and the sun does…
 
We continue our chat with Telegraph and Kerrang! Journalist, Ian Winwood in this week's Sheer Isolation. He's recently published a book which draws on his first-hand experiences to investigate why so many young superstars of the music industry crash out of fame and spiral into addiction. In this episode, Ian gives us more of an insight into Bodies …
 
In India, over a million female healthcare workers known as "ASHA" ("hope" in Hindi) work tirelessly to help the country's poorest. Last month, the WHO honoured their hard work with its Global Leaders Award. Over the last 16 years, these women have become the backbone of India's healthcare system, especially for the hundreds of millions of Indians …
 
Andy Jassy took over as Amazon CEO nearly a year ago. Since then the company’s stock price has fallen, online shopping demand has shrunk and the e-commerce giant has been left with excess warehouse space. As a result, Jassy has been forced to reverse course on some initiatives started by founder Jeff Bezos. WSJ reporter Dana Mattioli joins host Zoe…
 
The federal government has set aside billions of dollars aimed at improving internet speeds for rural Americans. But, despite multiple government programs designed to fix the problem, many in those communities are still waiting for faster speeds. WSJ reporter Ryan Tracy joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how communities are being impacted by slow int…
 
Sally Grainger was originally a chef, but in her 20’s, she was gifted a copy of an ancient Roman cookbook called Apicius. Apicius is a bit of a fluke. It shouldn’t have survived the 2000-ish year journey into the modern era, but it did. And in this episode of Here Be Monsters, Grainger explains how Apicius persisted due to being a favorite text for…
 
The NGO Doctors without Borders is calling for humanitarian corridors to be created for asylum seekers stuck in Libya, who often face torture and abuse in Libyan detention centres. Now safely in Niger, two former detainees spoke to our correspondents about their harrowing ordeal. They were able to leave Libya thanks to the Emergency Transfer Mechan…
 
You may have heard of the Bloomberg terminal. It's expensive software that can monitor and analyze real-time financial market data and place trades on the electronic trading platform. But have you heard of OpenBB? It's similar software for real-time and long term analysis for finance and investing. The difference is it's open source and built entir…
 
Alcatraz cools down for a few years after the battle, but eventually the escape attempts resume. Some inmates are desperate to flee the harsh conditions on the island. Some seem like they are simply wired to escape, regardless of the facility or its location. Those who fail and return to the prison inevitably end up in the isolation cells known as …
 
Crypto has been on a wild ride lately, experiencing huge dips and volatility impacting investors and companies, and catching the eye of regulators. WSJ crypto reporter Paul Vigna joins host Zoe Thomas to answer your questions about how the market is supposed to work, how the government is responding and what the future could hold for the cryptocurr…
 
Episode Summary Wanna know more about Jeff? No? Well, you're going to anyway. :) The 9-year anniversary of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast is right around the corner, and I thought this would be a great time to reflect on the show while letting my wife take over the microphone! Tessa holds the crown as the most-interviewed guest on this show, which makes …
 
by CHRISTOPHER TANTLINGER, An Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal.A tool designed with zero tolerance would not be able to function efficiently or effectively. Likewise, taking a zero-tolerance approach to emergency preparedness and response has led to some problematic policies and procedures. This article explains why building …
 
The Mexican state of Michoacan is facing an unprecedented wave of violence. Since January, more than 800 homicides have been recorded there, making it Mexico's most violent state. While criminal groups wage a war to control territory, the state's residents pay a heavy price: kidnappings, murders and forced displacements. Our correspondents met one …
 
Short-form videos have become the latest big battleground for social-media platforms. TikTok is the most popular, but hot on its heels is Google’s rival service YouTube Shorts. WSJ reporter Salvador Rodriguez joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how YouTube Shorts grew in popularity so quickly and the surprising audiences it is attracting. Learn more a…
 
To mark World Refugee Day, we head to Belgium, where several hundred unaccompanied minors are still waiting for a legal guardian. Under Belgian law, all foreign minors arriving into the country unaccompanied by an adult must be assigned a legal guardian in order to register with the authorities. But the country faces a shortage of these profiles an…
 
So, I don't know if this is a good thing or a bad thing but I just realized I don't know how to swim. Don't laugh at me. We'll talk about that along with 2022 mom's wearing low low low cut bikini's at the pool with the kids now. In Dumb news: - California man selling gas for .69 - A 4 year old gets a vasectomy - Subway selling their sandwiches in v…
 
For the fifth time since 2019, Israel will hold an election as the country's political crisis grows ever worse, with no end in sight. Why did Prime Minister Naftali Bennett decide to shock the political scene by blowing up his own government? What kind of leader will his interim successor, Yair Lapid, be? And is it too soon to discuss a comeback by…
 
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