Three friends that happen to be social workers discuss current social issues from their front room. Expect debate and hard hitting real talk with a sprinkle of top drawer humour to keep it moving.
A podcast that puts you in the conversation. Through this podcast, we aim to discuss social issues, norms, and observations - all in a sociable manner.
Buildings Bridges features Josh Martin. A former atheist, Josh discusses ways to be of real influence in peoples lives, building bridges from the world to God.
On this edition of When Crime Hits Home, The Broward County Crime Commission has taken urgent action, and called upon front-line professionals, from a number of fields, including, but not limited to: Behavioral Health, Social Work, Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, and the Law, to point out, dissect and provide solutions to problems, such as Mass Shootings. If you're a police officer, government agent, social worker, mental health counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist, prosecutor, defense a ...
On The Issues With Michele Goodwin at Ms. magazine is a show where we report, rebel, and tell it like it is. On this show, we center your concerns about rebuilding our nation and advancing the promise of equality. Join Michele Goodwin as she and guests tackle the most compelling issues of our times.
A program dedicated to educating, helping, informing, and inspiring the general public to be better versions of themselves and enjoy an enhanced quality of life. The topics offered cover a variety of lifestyle areas such as social, cultural, health and wellness, business, civic programs and initiatives, provincial and federal programs which impact local Calgary life - all presented in a new, fresh and dynamic package which listeners will easily understand and identify with.
In an exchange between Hemingway and Fitzgerald, Fitzgerald is reputed to have said, “The rich are different from the rest of us,” to which Hemingway replied, “Yes, I know, they have more money.” Make the Leap focuses on the many economic hurdles facing our students with special attention to social mobility, career opportunities and the support that our students need along the way.
Political commentator and comedy writer Erin Ryan and former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Alyssa Mastromonaco are joined by a bicoastal squad of funny, opinionated women to talk through everything from reproductive rights to romcoms. They break down the political news of the week, plus the topics, trends, and cultural stories that affect women’s lives.
Deep Dives into the Trials and Triumphs of Artists, Musicians, Entrepreneurs, and other High Performers
A system-agnostic tabletop RPG discussion podcast that asks more questions than it provides answers. We go through new, sometimes contentious and sometimes hilarious, topics each week covering all aspects of TTRPGs and the people that play them. We also interview industry leaders, react to gaming news, communicate regularly with listeners, and run frequent polls. We want to help make your next session the best one yet. || Email: email@example.com || Twitter: @passive_podcast
Join The Conversation, as we open a healthy and helpful conversation between adults on any topic we feel needs to be addressed or discussed.
Addressing Issues & Topics Affecting Christians Across The Nation. 9 - 10 a.m. Central M-F
Bi-weekly discussion on topics affecting urban communities from the perspective of an urban couple. New episodes every Sunday.
What's this podcast about? EVERYTHING! Join Everett McConnaughey for discussions and analysis on topics that help us understand each other and build a better society. Have something on your mind? Everett welcomes your text or voicemail to 208-391-2808. You can also reach Everett via email at MYSTORY@EVERETTPODCAST.COM
This Podcast is basically book reviews and a group telling different opinions on their book and why we should read it.
Join Océane on the journey of finding your higher self. From scientific information, to holistic approach, ft specialist interviews and special guests. Yoga instructor Neena also comes to explore life questions on health, wellbeing, social issues and more. Océane is a professional hypnotherapist that specialises in trauma therapies, and brain re-wiring. Océane also has many other qualifications in the field of natural healing, reiki and shamanism. She has overcome many near deaths experience ...
Tastes Like Burning: A couple of guys who happen to be a couple. With commentary on life, love, and everything in between. Funny? Sure. Irreverent? Of course. Politically correct? Eat Me.
RN Breakfast daily stories separated out for easy listening. RN Breakfast is the program informed Australians wake up to. Start each day with comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events, and hear interviews with the people who matter today—along with those who'll be making news tomorrow.
The Koncrete Radio Podcast provides a raw and unfiltered view of Trending Topics in Pop Culture, Music, Politics, Social Issues and Current Events. Our Vision is to unpack the truth in stories major Media outlets present in a "politically correct" fashion; our non-partisan approach allows listeners to draw their conclusion based on morals rather than political affiliation.
Burnt out? Feel like you're juggling like an unhinged circus clown and dropping balls left, right and centre? SAME. You're Doing Great Sweetie is a podcast for anyone who feels like they've fallen off the train of life. Maybe you never remember to refill the Brita filter. Or you just re-read Twilight for the 14th time instead of that Book Club book. Life is hard, we try our best, and often we forget that it's not about being perfect or keeping up with everyone else. We're here to tell you it ...
Welcome to the Department of International Development at LSE events podcast. Tune in for recordings from a range of events in the Department, including lectures and panel discussions on vital subjects in the world of development. The podcasts include the Great Development Dialogue from 2020, an event on development in Asia with Deepak Nayyar and a coversation around Islamic Extremism in West Africa.
The mission of Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio is to provide a live format for emerging, mid-career, and established poets to showcase their work. Whether traditional poetry or spoken word, the show offers an online vehicle for artists to engage in critical dialogue and discussion about poetry. If you would like to be a guest on QL: POR, please contact the host Dr. Michael Anthony Ingram at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit the website at qlpor.com. Dr. Ingram is a retired u ...
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Bringing together top leaders, innovators and renowned faculty from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania discussing topics that matter to consumers and the business world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Real talk for real life
With the ever encroaching tyranny of modern society, you, the individual has never been more important. Life, liberty, & the pursuit of happiness without the threat of violence or coercion. Virtues we are all entitled to, are under attack.Welcome to Rise To Liberty PodcastJoin each week while we dive into what liberty is, why you should care, who values it and who despises it. We'll test boundaries, address controversies and challenge narratives. We'll discuss not only how to preserve and ma ...
Some global issue problem. We invite the guest and ask them questions.
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 ...
A show that tackles social issues within our society. Every Wednesday & Friday.
I Need Friends: A Podcast About Whatever. Sometimes serious, sometimes...not. I enjoy talking about all kinds of different things so topics will vary with each episode. Maybe you'll laugh, maybe you'll cry, perhaps you'll be infuriated. That's a risk you'll have to take, buddy. But with most episodes only around 30 minutes long, what's stopping you from having a listen? You think you'll like one of these other podcasts better? Unlikely. You gonna go hang out with people in real life? Mistake ...
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A one-person discussion about social issues, humanity, and whoever I can make fun of.
How often do you question the things you're told? A lot? Sometimes? Not at all? Join me on the #BiasedReality Podcast as I go about questioning everything. Nothing is off the table in this fun and Honest podcast. Host: Allwell Social Media 🤳🏾 Twitter: @biasedreality_ Instagram: @biasedreality_, @Fourrell
Networks for Social Impact provides research insights on how organizations can and do move the needle on the most pressing social issues of our time. It is a podcast of the Network for Nonprofit and Social Impact at Northwestern University.
Devae Dolley former counselor for Lutheran Social Services counsel people on relationships and social issues.
The Social Society will discuss social media industry updates, business, life, and everything in between Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/social-society/support
Insightful conversations with leaders who use coaching to shape our world
The Human Action Podcast features in-depth interviews on current topics in economics through an Austro-libertarian lens.
The Firebrands podcast is dedicated to critical thinking on politics, religion, philosophy, science, and social issues.
We all read, talk, and listen, but now its time to "REED", talk, and listen. Join Nick and Trey Reed, as they share their views on sports, politics, hunting, and whatever else they feel like talking about. Also, tune for interviews with former athletes, entrepreneurs, and friends. Each Episode will give you a glimpse of the world through the eyes of the Reed brothers.
You Must Be Some Kind of Therapist is a podcast for seekers, dreamers, and questioners that intimately explores the human experience. Your host, Stephanie Winn, distills years of wisdom gained from her practice as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She invites guests from a broad variety of disciplines and many walks of life, including researchers, writers, artists, healers, advocates, inventive outliers, and creative geniuses. Together, they investigate, illuminate, and inspire trans ...
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Mesh podcast is taking a closer look behind successful people,entrepreneurs,and businesses. In today’s social media driven world it’s easy to view someone’s life as “perfect” and perceive their success as luck. The Mesh Podcast is getting back to transparency and unveiling the process.
Stay Woke! Podcast started with discussing music, it evolved to movies and social/cultural issues as well. We are searching for deeper understanding and hope you join the conversation.
Snyderman and Hellkitten take main stream news into the gutter with this comedy commentary on the hottest daily news topics. Punk rock music, ridiculous opinions and a comic spin on serious issues.
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James DePelisi, President of the Broward County Crime Commission talks with experts who deal with crime. CEU's available for professionals.By James DePelisi
NT Health Minister Natasha Fyles was chosen by her colleagues to lead the Northern Territory, following the surprise resignation of Michael Gunner. She's promised stability in government, and identified economic recovery and social issues as priorities.
I interview Michael Krug, Health and Fitness Coach in this wonderful episode about Men's Health and Fitness! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/social-society/support
This systematic slaughter, now totaling in the dozens of millions, can only occur in a nation at war with God and His Word. Child sacrifice has a long and dark tradition amongst mankind.Until the church is just as concerned with God’s justice and righteousness in the earth, as it is God’s love, grace, and forgiveness, the current trend - modern hol…
Jeff is solo this week and hosts Tom Woods to ask a simple question: Why do social issues dominate our attention, to the detriment of economics and fiscal reality? Read Jeff's article "Why Social Issues Dominate" Mises.org/Dominate
Stephanie Creary, Wharton Assistant Professor of Management, talks about the idea that firms and boards are experiencing a sense of permission and pressure from external groups, including investors, the public, and their own employees, to engage in social issues and respond. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
This week we're talking about what makes for an ideal session length? What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of shorter vs longer sessions. Do we still have it in us to run marathon sessions that last the whole weekend? Tune in for insights on how to structure your games for time, TTRPG news, listener feedback, and more. Twitter: @passiv…
Episode 65 focuses on the relationship with your kids, featuring Ken Roc and his 16 year-old son, Qudduce. This is Part 2 of the series where Ken Roc and Qudduce breakdown the relationship over the pass 15 years. And how its going now that Roc is home. Follow Ken Roc @iam_coachroc and follow Qudduce @qudducex on Instagram. Get more How 2 Hustle Pod…
Saturday's election has reshaped the political landscape in ways that will reverberate for years to come.Three of the best minds in the parliamentary press gallery - Michelle Grattan, Phil Coorey and Karen Middleton from the Saturday Paper and author of the Anthony Albanese biography - Telling It Straight, join the program to discuss.…
Re-elected Liberal MP Bridget Archer says much work needs to be done to rebuild the Liberal Party following Saturday's election rout. She says she's prepared to play her part in making sure the Party moves back to the centre on issues such as climate change and integrity.
Greens Leader Adam Bandt says the minor party could win up to 6 seats in the Lower House and hold the balance of power in their own right in the Senate. He says the Greens will use their increased numbers to push the new Labor Government on climate change, housing affordability and equality.
Anthony Albanese and four senior frontbenchers will be sworn in today, even though Labor has not yet formed government. Incoming Finance Minister Katy Gallagher says the unusual interim arrangements allow the Prime Minister to attend the Quad talks in Japan, while ensuring the new government hits the ground running from day one.…
Several 'Teal Independents', crushed Liberal support in previously comfortable blue ribbon seats this election, claiming historic wins.Among them, Dr Monique Ryan, who has forced out the country's most recent Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, from the inner Melbourne seat of Kooyong, and Dr Sophie Scamps, has taken the Sydney seat of MacKellar from Liber…
The World Health Organisation is expanding its surveillance of the Monkeypox virus.It comes after 92 confirmed and 28 suspected cases of identified in countries where it's not usually found.
A Labor Government will now oversee an economy that's facing record debts, lethargic wages and soaring inflation.So what impact will policies, including more spending on childcare and increased pay for the aged care sector, really have on boosting productivity?
Two election analysts say Labor is on track to form majority Government, despite a primary vote of just 32.8%. They warn that the haemorrhaging of votes to Teal candidates and other independents is so strong that the major parties wont survive beyond the next election in 2025.
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Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth. [More on standupforthetruth.com]By David Fiorazo
We spend a lot of time on this show talking about central banking. This week we talk about central bankers themselves, from Powell to Brainard to Lagarde to Greenspan. Robert Aro joins.
It's been six-weeks of non-stop campaigning from our political leaders, and it's nearly time for Australian voters to give their verdict.So what were the highs, the lows, and weirdest moments of the 2022 election campaign?
The art of politics can at times be poetic, but how many politicians were actually published poets? On the eve of the election, this poetry segment explores all things Australian democracy.
Researchers have found an ancient tooth belonging to a young girl, from 150,000 years ago.And a new study reveals that bottlenose dolphins self-medicate for skin conditions by rubbing themselves on coral.
Changes to voting rules will ensure all Australians with COVID will be able to vote in the election.The Australian Electoral Commissioner requested the changes, which have been accepted by the Federal Government.
After 6 weeks of campaigning, there is just one more sleep before we all have the chance to vote. The Political Editor for news.com.au Samantha Maiden and the host of Insiders on ABC TV David Speers join RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
The latest polls show the federal election narrowing even further, with one putting Labor and the Coalition's primary vote on 34 and 33 respectively.Penny Wong, Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs says it was always going to be a tight election, but the Australian people have a stark choice between more Morrison or a better future.…
The polls open in just over 24 hours to determine a contest that looks increasingly like it will go down to the wire.Finance Minister, Simon Birmingham says if the Coalition wins, it will be because they outlined plans that have worked, plans for the future.
Major polls published this week show the race has tightened between the two major parties. So what can we expect from the next 24 hours of campaigning and what role could the polls play?
The AEC will allow people who tested positive from 6pm on Tuesday to vote by phone, but those who tested positive earlier were supposed to apply for a postal vote. Independent candidate Dr Monique Ryan is supporting a Federal Court action to try to ensure that people with COVID can vote tomorrow.
With around 50% of nursing home residents suffering from malnutrition, a Queensland aged care provider has introduced a unique program that turns mealtimes into an experience. In six months Lutheran Services has seen a 21% drop in the number of clinically diagnosed residents with malnutrition through its Happy Table project.…
For the first time in 50 years, the US Congress held an open briefing on unidentified flying objects.But UAP watchers say its raised more questions than answers.
Surging inflation and interest rate hikes have cast something of a shadow over the economy in the lead up to the election.But the news isn't all bad - unemployment has fallen to a record low of 3.9%, and wage growth has picked up, although not enough to keep up with inflation.
Wharton Professor of Marketing Americus Reed talks about the state of Netflix and if it can bounce back with ad-supported tiers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco discuss the primaries then are joined by Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro to talk about the baby formula shortage and what led to this catastrophic situation. Plus Bethenny Frankel joins to talk about her new book and the future of female leadership. Next: Grace Parra-Janney and Julissa Arce join to discuss the systemic …
After thirty years, Australian country legend Lee Kernaghan has sold millions of albums and had forty number one hits.He says he's happiest when he's on the road and singing tunes, and he's about to hit the road again for a new tour.Guest:Lee Kernaghan Producer:Sam Emery
Cannes Film Festival has returned, with big drawcards Tom Cruise and Australian director Baz Luhrmann in attendance.There is significant buzz around two Australian films, Austin Butler as Elvis Presley in Baz Luhrmann’s forthcoming Elvis biopic and George Miller's epic fantasy Three Thousand Years of Longing.…
When George Floyd was pulled to the ground by police officers in the U-S city of Minneapolis, he pleaded over 20 times "I can't breathe".Now, ahead of the two-year anniversary of the killing, a new book digs deep into his family's history to ask who George Floyd was and what it was like to live in his America.…
Record COVID numbers in WA could impact the election on Saturday, with the Australian Electoral Commission warning some polling places may not be operational because of covid-related staff shortages.Nationwide there's been a spike in deaths, with 66 people with COVID dying on Tuesday.
Leaders are crossing the country to make their final pitches to voters, while the polls tighten between the two parties.The Political Editor for Guardian Australia Katharine Murphy joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
Anthony Albanese and Senior Shadow Ministers will fan out in 20 marginal Liberal seats, in what they are dubbing the Final Sprint to a Better Future. Deputy Leader Richard Marles says voters will be urged to sack Scott Morrison who is offering nothing other than more of the same.
Employment Minister Stuart Robert has acknowledged that wages are falling behind inflation, but says that the Government is helping households through tax cuts and one off payments. He says that the real test for the Government is job creation with today's labour force figures expected to show the unemployment rate falling below 4% .…
Four of the key climate change indicators; greenhouse gas concentrations, sea levels, ocean heat and acidification, all hit record highs last year.A new report from the World Meteorological Organisation says this is yet another clear sign human activity is causing major and harmful changes to our planet.…
As QLD farmers grapple with the heartbreak of a third major flood in four months, the Federal Government is being urged to provide special disaster assistance.Farming groups warn consecutive natural disasters are testing the resilience of flood effected producers and communities.
Next month, federal legislation which banned alcohol in remote communities expires, meaning alcohol can be freely sold and consumed in places which have been dry for 15 years.The government says an opt out clause means communities can choose to stay dry, but critics say there's been little consultation, and the return of alcohol will be devastating…
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has given rise to air pollution, caused oil spills and damaged the country's natural resources. Kyiv is now building a case to prosecute the Kremlin for alleged environmental crimes.
We discuss compromise in the church, discernment, history of apostasy, post-modernism, progressivism, the new Barna survey of pastors lacking a biblical worldview, church growth philosophies, and other anti-biblical ideas leading to the weakness in todays Christian church.Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more …
Yesterday's wages data shows that they're rising at less than half the rate of inflation.The Government says it's a worldwide problem, so how does Australia compare on the world stage when it comes to cost of living?
We discuss cultural influences - including public school sex surveys - the LGBT uses to reach children, boys (identifying as transgender) beating girls in various sports, practical advice about how Christian parents can respond when a child says (thinks) they are the opposite sex.Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians a…
One of the most hotly debated Rolling Stones albums, Exile On Main Street, turned 50 last week. Tim Rogers says he loves the album because it feels grubby and sounds wonderfully muddy - and he's taking the album on tour with the Rolling Stones Revue.
The rapidly growing market for alternative proteins is worth billions of dollars, and according to CSIRO and independent think tank Food Frontier, Australia risks being left behind. They warn that while Australians are increasingly consuming plant-based meat and dairy alternatives a greater investment is required to develop manufacturing that takes…
With intervention-era legislation coming to an end, the NT parliament has passed a bill to allow communities who wish to remain dry to opt out for another two years.The opposition and host of NGOs have criticised the bill, saying it will lead to rivers of grog once again flowing through remote communities, with devastating impacts.…