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Two Korean comedians: Peter Kim (@peterkz) & Eunji Kim (@thebesteunji) host The Ajumma Podcast - a weekly show examining relationships, politics, culture, personal victories, failures and sage advice through the judgmental glare of an Ajumma. Questions @ajummashow or email us: ajummashow@gmail.com
 
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Speaking of Psychology

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Speaking of Psychology

American Psychological Association

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"Speaking of Psychology" is an audio podcast series highlighting some of the latest, most important and relevant psychological research being conducted today. Produced by the American Psychological Association, these podcasts will help listeners apply the science of psychology to their everyday lives.
 
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Ask Ronna

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Ask Ronna

Ask Ronna with Ronna (& Bryan)

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You have questions. I have answers. (And so does Bryan.) A weekly podcast hosted by @RonnaGlickman and @BryanSafi. Every Tuesday, wherever you get your podcasts. Send us your questions at askronna@gmail.com
 
Monsters is a podcast that tells the stories of some of the worst people who exist in our world. Each season we will pick a new theme and hand pick stories within that theme that will make your blood run cold. Child killers, torturers, and family annihilators are just a few of the themes that we have lined up. WARNING: This podcast contains graphic content, listener discretion is advised.
 
Storytelling, insight and compelling perspective on American culture and politics. Glenn Beck's quick wit, candid opinions and engaging personality have made this one of the most popular radio programs in America. Watch The Glenn Beck Radio Program, Monday through Friday, 9am - 12pm ET on BlazeTV. www.BlazeTV.com/Glenn
 
On Educators Lead, Jay Willis interviews some of today's most effective, engaging, innovative leaders in education. Dave Burgess, Amy Fadeji, George Couros, Dr. Jenny Grant Rankin, Joe Sanfilippo, Todd Nesloney, Kim Marshall, Peter DeWitt, Eric Sheninger, Theresa Stager, Dr. Robert Dillon, and Jon Corippo are just a few of the 80+ guests to date. This show is for you if you are interested in educational leadership as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, superintendent, or someone who h ...
 
Dr Brian King is a traveling comedian, author, and public speaker. This is his podcast. On The Road with Dr Brian King started in 2012 as a radio segment in San Francisco and over time grew to the podcast that it is today. As a touring comedian and public speaker Dr Brian King spends a lot of time on the road, meeting interesting people and occasionally interviewing them. In recent years, his partner, tango dancer Sarah Bollinger, and daughter Alyssa often serve as his co-hosts. Support this ...
 
TouchPod is the podcast for TouchRadio, which offers a selection of recordings, live or otherwise, from artists who are affiliated to or whose work appear on Touch, including Oren Ambarchi, Thomas Ankersmit, Leif Elggren, Christian Fennesz, Bruce Gilbert, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Howlround, Philip Jeck, Bethan Kellough, Jiyeon Kim, Tony Myatt, Phill Niblock, BJNilsen, Yann Novak, Stephen O'Malley, People Like Us, Peter 7 Paelinck, Pinkcourtesyphone, Peter Rehberg, Simon Scott, Simon Fish ...
 
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Horns Up

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Horns Up

Peter & Animesh

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Two heavy metal fans. One podcast. Welcome to Horns Up, with Peter and Animesh. Recorded and produced from Bombay (India), Horns Up is a weekly podcast dedicated to ramblings, rants, and reviews from Peter Kotikalapudi / Trendcrusher and Animesh Das / Asmo. Throw Them Horns Up! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
 
Forum finds the most interesting stories about where we live, who we are, and charts where our region and world are headed. Hosts Mina Kim and Alexis Madrigal invite communities in the Bay Area and California to engage in meaningful conversation in a two-hour live show that informs and challenges listeners with big ideas and different viewpoints.
 
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Total SF

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Total SF

San Francisco Chronicle pop culture critic Peter Hartlaub

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A San Francisco culture podcast featuring celebrity guests, non-celebrity guests, personalities from the San Francisco Chronicle and a celebration of Bay Area life. Hosted by culture critic Peter Hartlaub and columnist Heather Knight and recorded on the streets, hilltops, parks and landmarks of San Francisco. The pair's focus on the whimsy and wonder of San Francisco began in 2018 when they rode every bus, train, cable car and street car in the city in one day. They believe in highlighting t ...
 
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Building NewLaw

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Building NewLaw

Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold

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The Building NewLaw podcast will feature interviews with lawyers, legal technologists, and other like-minded people that are changing the way that we practice law. Peter Aprile, along with co-host Natalie Worsfold, hope that the podcast will connect the NewLaw community, speed the evolution of legal services, and break the internet like Kim K.
 
Welcome to the physio foundations podcast, a podcast about the foundational knowledge and skills that lie beneath expert clinical practice. Hosted by Luke Perraton, PhD, physiotherapist and physiotherapy educator/researcher at Monash university, Melbourne, Australia. You can watch the video podcast version on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz_Dmvd9wVxpoVN5Dpnx76w/featured Visit our website Perraton.Physio to read our blog and find out more about us Leave a comment on Facebook, T ...
 
A BETTER LIFE IS WITHIN YOUR REACH! Value Investing podcast covers knowledge and discipline that you need to bring financial success to your life. In terms of knowledge, this podcast will deliver wisdom from legendary investors such as Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch and in terms of discipline, this podcast will train you to be a wise and long term investor. Enjoy the podcast!
 
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K-Pod

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K-Pod

KoreanAmericanStory.org, Catherine Hong, Juliana Sohn

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K-Pod, a production of KoreanAmericanStory.org, is a series dedicated to the stories of Korean Americans in arts and culture. Hosts Catherine Hong and Juliana Sohn talk to artists, writers, designers, directors, musicians, chefs and other creatives about their work, their lives, and how they came to forge their careers.
 
This is a podcast about Korean-American adoptees who return or repatriate to Korea to live and work in the country they were born in and separated from via international adoption. Funded by the US Fulbright program, the show seeks to educate the adoptive community, Korean people and the world at large about the experiences of these selected adult adoptees.
 
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Cooking Issues

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Cooking Issues

Heritage Radio Network

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Dave Arnold, chef and inventor, answers listener questions on the latest innovative techniques, equipment, and ingredients in the food world. Each week on Cooking Issues, Dave solves your cooking dilemmas with his mile-a-minute stream of knowledge. Got a question on ike-jime, the Japanese fish killing technique? We got you covered. Hydrocolloids, sous-vide, liquid nitrogen? No problem. Have a question about pimping your oven to make great pizza? Give us a call. Occasionally Dave will invite ...
 
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Janet Jackson spoke about her relationship with her late older brother, as well as her personal battles with weight fluctuation in a new two-part documentary series, Janet Jackson. Kim Kardashian says a second sex tape with Ray J does not exist. Disney has issued a response over its upcoming live-action “Snow White” remake following criticisms made…
 
Look, there's no need to be modest here. Ronna looks fabulous today and she's fully embracing it. Plus we also have a show that we know you'll fully embrace too, pardon me. Joining us in The Carriage House is actor and producer Peter Kim! You know him from the hit Netflix movie THE FORTY-YEAR-OLD VERSION and Billy Eichner's upcoming rom-com BROS. P…
 
Glenn reveals the recently released FOIA numbers that show the U.S. government bailed out multiple foreign countries to the tune of trillions. B.J. Dichter, the spokesman for the Canadian Trucker Freedom Convoy, joins to discuss the massive trucker convoy headed toward Canada's capital to protest the mandates. Former President Trump joins Glenn for…
 
B.J. Dichter, the spokesman for the Canadian Trucker Freedom Convoy, joins to discuss the massive trucker convoy headed toward Canada's capital to protest the mandates. Former President Trump joins Glenn for an exclusive interview discussing the Russia-Ukraine conflict and President Biden’s phone call to Ukraine. Rep. Chris Stewart joins to discuss…
 
John Stamos last saw Bob Saget just one month before the comedian’s untimely death and noticed something “odd” during their time together. Erika Jayne is responding to a motion from a bankruptcy trustee who asked her to turn over a set of diamond earrings valued at $750,000. Teresa Giudice reflected on how her life might be different had she never …
 
In this episode of the China in the World podcast, Paul Haenle speaks with Elizabeth Economy about her new book, “The World According to China.” Dr. Economy’s book challenges the notion that China’s foreign policy ambitions are circumscribed by a set of narrow sovereignty interests. Instead, she explores Xi Jinping’s vision to transform the global …
 
Hosts Peter Hartlaub and Heather Knight are joined by Chronicle arts and culture columnist Tony Bravo to talk about The Castro Theatre, and the changes set to happen when Another Planet Entertainment takes over in 2023. San Francisco native Bravo and the hosts share Castro history, its importance to the LGBTQ community and some of their favorite mo…
 
Charlotte Church was catapulted into the spotlight at the age of 11 after singing down the line on television show, This Morning. Within two years Church had performed at Rupert Murdoch’s wedding to Wendi Deng, opened for Shirley Bassey and played the Royal Albert Hall. As a teenager she had her phone hacked and was hounded by the tabloids - but th…
 
After nearly three decades on the Supreme Court, Justice Stephen Breyer said on Tuesday that he will retire by the end of the current term. Justice Breyer, one of the Court's three liberal members, will step down as the Court considers major cases involving abortion and gun rights. Breyer’s retirement offers President Biden, who vowed during the ca…
 
A new report released this week details the experiences of Silicon Valley’s “shadow workforce” -- the temporary contract workers tech companies hire through third parties. These contractors, who are disproportionately women and people of color, receive different pay, benefits and protections than employees. While tech companies have fared well duri…
 
Port of Oakland commissioners will vote Thursday on whether to approve an open air rock and gravel storage facility at the port. The port says the Eagle Rock Aggregates facility will bring much needed construction materials to the Bay Area. The proposal is strongly opposed by some West Oakland residents who say the dust from the facility will furth…
 
Filling in for Glenn, Pat and Stu discuss the upcoming retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and President Biden’s promise to select a black woman to fill the seat. Pat and Stu discuss the current ideological makeup of the Supreme Court as they go through the possible Breyer replacements. Stu lays out the reasons why Biden will get a S…
 
Filling in for Glenn, Pat and Stu discuss the upcoming retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and President Biden’s promise to select a black woman to fill the seat. Pat and Stu discuss Spotify removing Neil Young’s music after his failed ultimatum. Pat and Stu discuss the advancement of technology to the credit of capitalism. Learn mor…
 
Welcome home! Now slip off your raincoat and settle down in the flickering firelight. Listening to Janet Sutherland will suggest summer snakes hissing in the hay, as you explore the rural upbringing that has shaped the quietly-magnificent world of her four Shearsman Books collections: Burning the Heartwood, Hangman’s Acre, Bone Monkey and Home Farm…
 
"To talk of transracialism instead of racial passing is, I think, to shear off its past of darkness, of illicitness," argues Esi Edugyan. Transracialism implies that we've gone beyond the limiting values of racial passing, allowing us to define for ourselves what our race is. So where do our rights to define ourselves begin and end?…
 
“I believe America is simultaneously a riotous comedy and a heartbreaking tragedy,” writes Wajahat Ali in his new memoir “Go Back to Where You Came From.” With humor, Ali recounts a Bay Area childhood growing up as the shy, pop culture-loving, Husky jeans-wearing only son of Pakistani immigrants. Although the community around him made clear the onl…
 
Lunar New Year is only a week away, on February 1st, which means some of you could already be running behind in getting the spread ready. As part of our new series on the food cultures of the Bay Area with KQED Food Editor Luke Tsai, we’ll talk about the traditional, and not so traditional, foods of the New Year. Whether you’re planning an elaborat…
 
More than 120 restaurants closed in San Francisco in 2021 — and many still-open places feel like they’re on their last legs. Dining simply has not come back, and though some businesses have prospered by making lemons into take-out, others are tapping out. And it’s not just restaurants: the iconic Castro Theater is planning a switch to live events t…
 
In what has now become an annual tradition on Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson, law professors John Yoo and Richard Epstein join the show to opine on a newly minted Supreme Court. For the first time in decades, today’s court is dominated by a majority of originalist justices—justices who believe the Constitution means today just what the docu…
 
Glenn lays out all the ways the government is attempting to take full control over every aspect of our lives. Glenn gives a monologue about the spirit of America and the lengths to which that spirit can take you. Author Peter Schweizer joins Glenn to discuss his book, “Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win." Glenn shares a stor…
 
Glenn lays out all the ways the government is attempting to take full control over every aspect of our lives. Author Peter Schweizer joins Glenn to discuss his book, “Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win." CEO and president of Karns Foods Scott Karns joins Glenn to discuss how grocers are having to manage both inflation and su…
 
Taylor Swift has blasted a British pop star after he said that Swift, a two-time Album of the Year Grammy-winner, “doesn’t write her own songs.” Adele postponed her Las Vegas residency after throwing a fit over a swimming pool stunt. Queen Latifah opened up about her former costar Chris Noth. Donny Meacham joins Rob! Don't forget to vote in today's…
 
As an adult, making new friends – and maintaining old friendships – can be tough. Life is busy and friends end up taking a backseat to other relationships and responsibilities. Dr. Marisa Franco, psychologist and friendship expert, talks about how to make new friends and strengthen and rekindle old friendship ties, why Americans’ friendship network…
 
"We all construct our own identities," Esi Edugyan says in her third Massey Lecture, "but we all understand, sooner or later, the limits of doing so​ — ​that there are ways in which our practical, economic, and physical realities are fixed." She explores how people who “pass” as Black complicate our understanding of identity.…
 
In this fascinating conversation today with guest, Joseph O’Connor, will have you thinking deeply about your own brain, habits, and emotional intelligence. Joseph O’Connor is a prolific author of many books but in today’s conversation, we’re diving into his most recent publication, Coaching the Brain: Practical Applications of Neuroscience to Coach…
 
Beset by a climate crisis that's creating ever more devastating wildfires, Californians may find it "easy, even comforting, to sit in despair," writes reporter Liz Weil. But, she continues, "nihilism is a failure of the imagination, the bleak, easy way out. We need to face the lives before us." That includes recognizing that we're in what climate f…
 
Last Thursday, San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced that the latest Covid surge in San Francisco, which was fueled by the highly transmissible Omicron variant, was on a downward trend, having peaked in early January. This welcome news comes as San Francisco shifts its thinking on Covid. According to the city’s Department of Public Health, the…
 
In his new book "Davos Man," New York Times Global Economics Correspondent Peter S. Goodman exposes the role of elite billionaires in deepening global inequality, often while burnishing a do-gooder image. Goodman joins us to talk about how gatherings like the annual World Economic Forum in Davos help the mega-rich divert attention from their effort…
 
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