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Many successful investors credit their success to ongoing learning and education, but if you’re riding the share market solo, where do you start? Equity ASA is brought to you by the Australian Shareholders’ Association to help you stay informed and to build financial knowledge through current, topical and expert interviews about investing, corporate governance and the share market. This podcast is produced and presented by Phil Muscatello from Shares for Beginners. Phil is a highly experienc ...
 
The Neil Haley Show is heard in over 180 countries and has over 3 million listeners a week. The Neil Haley Show is syndicated on 150+ stations. Here are some of the stations and markets the show is being played on: • BPTV Channel 7 Pittsburgh PA • 1310 AM WDOC Eastern Kentucky • 92.1 FM / 1630 AM Tampa FL • 99.5 FM / 1520 AM Las Vegas NV • 87.9 FM / 870 AM Macon GA • 102.1 / 1640 AM Lancaster PA • 96.3 FM Boulder CO • 90.3 FM Milwaukee WI • 94.7 FM Pittsburgh PA • 101.5 FM Long Beach CA • 97 ...
 
Changing careers is no small feat. Follow the journey of ex-radio host Kyran Wheatley as he talks with experts, career changers and friends and family to explore his next move and mindset after his dream job at Triple J came to a sudden standstill. If you’re at a crossroads in your career or seeking greater fulfillment in the work you do, this is the podcast for you.
 
Triple Blaze Radio presents entertainment at its best! LMAO @ Johnnie J & Friends is a 8x nominated - Award winning show! 2013 & 2012 Jordan Mikael Radio Award Winners for 'Best Comedy Show' is at it again!!! Tune in each and every Tuesday night @ 7pm EST to listen to LMAO @ Johnnie J & Friends.Join your favorite comedian Johnnie J as he displays his comedic genius along with Ms. Cocoa & Valentino as they share their funny views, silly behavior and random thoughts about any and everything! M ...
 
Hannah McElhinney (VICE, Triple J) presents five stories exploring how our minds sometimes try to sabotage us, why it happens, and what to do if yours does. Featuring the stories of students at Swinburne University of Technology, The Things I’ve Thought examines substance abuse, depression, homelessness, domestic abuse, anxiety, and eating disorders in a relaxed and relatable way. The stories are personal, informative, and are a much needed tool in the effort to smash the stigma around menta ...
 
Scientists have a bit of a reputation as a "straight man", dry humour, poor people skills, and very serious. But not every scientist is a straight man! Through SciCurious, get to know the queerer side of science, as I interview LGBTQ+ researches in STEM, and highlight the work they do in advancing science. I'm your host, Dr. Brynley Pearlstone, and I'm a triple threat; I'm a gay man, I have a Ph.D in Astrophysics, and now, I'm a podcaster! Join me each month as I talk with LGBTQ+ people in S ...
 
Radio Salaam Shalom is a Bristol-based online radio station staffed by a volunteer team mainly from the Jewish and Muslim communities of the city. It launched on 1 February 2007. The project is seen as the UK's first Muslim-Jewish initiative of this type and emphasises the voice of the “moderate majority”. Its programmes give people from both communities the chance to celebrate, debate and share the events, issues and faith that shape their daily lives. It has received coverage and been the ...
 
Freo de Janeiro delivers engaging conversations with a range of inspirational personalities and public figures from across the world to help us better understand people, sport and culture. Expect friendly and emotive conversations with Western Australian sports mind, Abid Imam, filled with rich storytelling and a whole lot of laughs. Abid and his guests take listeners on an audio journey across the globe, sharing stories which provide insight on diverse cultures and lived experiences. Previo ...
 
The Den of truth is a medium hosted by Tino which aims to explore individuals ideas and truths. Created in the dungeons of Southwest Sydney, the platform champions artists and creatives and gives the audience an insight of the multicultural society of Australia.
 
1. Fat Trel - or Nah 2. Lil Wayne (feat. Drake) - Grindin' 3. Jacquees (Feat. Trinidad Jame$) - Bet I 4. August Alsina (Feat. Rick Ross) - Benediction 5. Courtney Noelle (Feat. Juicy J) - Without You 6. Frank Ocean Mick Jones and Paul Simonon - Hero 7. Troye Sivan - Happy Little Pill 8. DJ Khaled (feat. Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future & Jeremih) - Hold You Down 9. Greg Machado (Feat. Jadakiss) - Cant Live Without You 10. Jay Electronica (Feat. Latonya Givens) - Better in Tune with the Inf ...
 
Welcome to Face the Music - a deep dive with the best musicians in the world about how they got started, what inspired them to kick off their career and what challenges and failures they faced along the way. Hear from the best in the business about how they fell in love with their craft, what records they listened too, what it was like performing for the first time, how they pushed through the failures on their path, and heaps more. It's your favourite band, as raw as you've ever heard them. ...
 
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Management is essentially a bundle of the decision-making processes. Decision-making also plays an important role in the planning process. The effective decision involves two important aspects—the purpose for which it is intended, and the environmental situation in which it is taken. Check out what Dr. Shannon Panzo has to say about the power of de…
 
Prince Philip, the irascible and tough-minded husband of Queen Elizabeth II who spent more than seven decades supporting his wife in a role that both defined and constricted his life, has died, Buckingham Palace said Friday. He was 99. His life spanned nearly a century of European history, starting with his birth into the Greek royal family and end…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, we speak with nurse and UCLA professor Kristen R Choi. Today’s topics include: Advisors don’t think AstraZeneca vaccines will be used in U.S. Long Beach opens vaccines up to 16+ Johnson & Johnson vaccine supply to plummet across U.S. and CA Could we see vaccine pa…
 
Following Governor Gavin Newsom’s announcement earlier this week that California would lift COVID restrictions on industries and end the state’s tier system for regulating operation and capacity of businesses, the L.A. Phil is announcing its return with the news that it will reopen The Hollywood Bowl and The Ford will reopen for live music events t…
 
It's the Shake Up and we're talking...Australia's vaccine roll out has hit a massive hurdle, whether workers have the right to disconnect when they're not on the job, and why an unapproved photo of Khloe Kardashian posted online has caused a family rift.Join Hack's Avani Dias with Matt and Jack from the Inspired Unemployed and comedian Froomes.…
 
We welcome Zane Simon (Associate Editor for Bloody Elbow) to discuss Ralph Bakshi's one-of-kind collaboration with Frank Frazetta, 'Fire and Ice' (1983). Follow Zane Simon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheZaneSimon Read Zane's Work at Bloody Elbow: https://www.sbnation.com/users/Zane%20Simon Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Wr…
 
New research from the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FermiLab) in Illinois has found that a tiny subatomic particle appears to be disobeying the laws of physics, which could open up a host of new questions about the nature of our universe. The early findings suggest that “there are forms of matter and energy vital to the nature and evolutio…
 
There are plenty of things we've been forced to go without during the last year -- seeing friends and family in-person, going out with friends and coworkers, live events like sports, music, theater and more. But for many Southern Californians who endured long daily commutes to and from work before the pandemic forced some professionals to work from…
 
A recent spate of mass shootings that gained national media attention has also meant renewed critique of the way national and local media covers shootings - including reliance on police and perpetrator narratives and how and why some shootings get covered while others are deemed not of national interest. So how do those behind-the-scenes editorial …
 
The Long Beach City Council unanimously approved a plan Tuesday night to convert the city's convention center into a temporary shelter for up to 1,000 unaccompanied migrant children. The site will be run by the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and FEMA. The agencies have already set up similar shelters at convention centers in San …
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, infectious disease specialist and professor of medicine at the UCSF Medical Center. Today’s topics include: COVID-19 vaccines working well against CA variant WaPo: variants will define the next pandemic phase Experts s…
 
Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is improving rapidly, and some scientists reckon we could soon be falling in love and marrying robots.Also, the UK is warning young people to avoid using the AstraZeneca vaccine if they can. Will Australia follow suit?And, a behavioural scientist has identified three dating 'types' that are stopping people from findi…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with Dr. Tim Brewer from UCLA. Today’s topics include: AstraZeneca vaccine paused in adolescents after blot clot concerns Double mutant variant found in California More than 40% of new cases coming out of five states Young Angelenos head to Bak…
 
According to a recent study published in Nature, scientists from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel were able to grow mouse embryos in an artificial womb for several days. Though the mice have yet to be fully gestated in a robotic womb, this research has some interesting potential applications. According to the New York Times, this experim…
 
China’s government warned Washington on Wednesday not to boycott next year’s Winter Olympics in Beijing after the Biden administration said it was talking with allies about a joint approach to complaints of human rights abuses. A Foreign Ministry spokesperson rejected accusations of abuses against ethnic minorities in the Xinjiang region. He warned…
 
California plans to lift most coronavirus restrictions on businesses and workplaces June 15, with officials saying enough people should be vaccinated by then to allow for life to almost get back to a pre-pandemic normal. The mask mandate in the nation’s most populated state will stay in effect, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday, and he cautioned that …
 
We are back and finishing off our FAQs! We dive into questions on core work and how we eat and train. Please send us your questions and topics to zack@rockedcommunityfitness.com or jenn@rockedcommunityfitness.com and don't forget to leave us a rating and review. We love hearing from our listeners. Stay strong, healthy, and happy! Jenn & Zack @rocke…
 
More and more people are moving to the regions from the big cities, and that, teamed with a lack of housing stock, has created difficult circumstances for a lot of young people.And, accusations of racism have been levelled at one of Australia's oldest and most loved soaps, Neighbours.Also, we talk to Dr Brad McKay on how you separate fact from fict…
 
This week’s Getting Curious is going to the dogs—and the cats and the cows and the crocodiles! Philosopher and writer Eva Meijer joins Jonathan for a conversation about how non-human animals communicate, why humans have often underestimated other species’ capacity for language, and what we can do to build more sustainable, respectful relationships …
 
Last week, Cornell University became the latest in a growing pool of higher education institutions to announce that COVID-19 vaccinations will be required for students to return to campus. “Medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated, but the expectation will be that our campuses and classrooms will overwhelmingly consist of vaccinated in…
 
It might sound like a concept out of Chris Nolan’s 2010 box-office-hit-turned-cultural-touchstone “Inception,” but researchers in Germany and the United Kingdom were recently able to successfully plant memories in the minds of study participants before going back and helping the participants identify and root out the memories. In the study, researc…
 
The sweeping rewrite of Georgia’s election rules represents the first big set of changes since former President Donald Trump’s repeated, baseless claims of fraud following his presidential loss to Joe Biden. Georgia has been at the center of that storm. Trump zeroed in on his loss in the state, even as two Democrats won election to the U.S. Senate …
 
As more people get a COVID-19 vaccine, the more it feels like there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. The good news: the vaccines are working! So that means things can slowly start to reopen and return to normal. While that’s definitely exciting news, why are so many of us feeling anxious? A recent survey from the American Psychological Associati…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with Dr. Kimberly Shriner, infectious disease specialist at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena. Today’s topics include: Biden likely to move up vaccine eligibility for all Americans Riverside, Calif. expands vaccine eligibility to 16 and up Are va…
 
For three years, the Californian group Peach Tree Rascals have been attracting fans worldwide through a succession of singles.Their biggest hit so far is ‘Mariposa’ which exploded worldwide in 2019 via social media. It currently is sitting at well over 200 million streams. The biggest fanbases for them are a lot of Asian countries too, such as Indo…
 
For many live music lovers and frequent concert-goers, there’s always that one performance that was better than all the others. Maybe it was the first time you finally saw your all-time favorite artist up close and personal in a packed venue, or maybe it was a more intimate performance with a smaller audience and venue. For Larry Mantle, it was a n…
 
As more Americans receive a COVID-19 vaccination, people are growing even more tempted to travel. Airlines certainly hope that’s as some add various domestic routes in an effort to reach folks who are ready to climb aboard this summer. According to CNBC, United Airlines has added dozens of nonstop flights from the midwest to coastal areas. The comp…
 
Sunday marked days of celebration for followers of multiple faiths as Christians across Southern California and the world observed Easter and Jews celebrated the end of the Passover holiday. And for members of the Muslim faith, the start of Ramadan is just around the corner on April 12th. Despite more and more people being vaccinated, these religio…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with UC Berkeley’s Dr. Arthur Reingold. Topics today include: Michigan, New York and New England seem to be facing a fourth wave. Might it hit California? Indoor events can resume in California (with limitations) mid-April The effects of in-per…
 
Infrastructure was a road to nowhere for former presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama. But Joe Biden believes he can use it to drive America to the future after a dozen years of false starts. The trip is unlikely to be smooth. Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure package, released Wednesday, would go well beyond the usual commitments to roads an…
 
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