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As a digital marketing professional, I spend much of my time online. The internet provides plenty of fantastic opportunities for us all, but it can also be draining. With so much noise, finding peace and time to reflect is more essential than ever before. Through inspirational conversations with key individuals, The Social Sanctuary takes a closer look at important topics across the digital space, covering everything from cyberbullying to online influencers, how to get young people into work ...
 
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Listeners tell us what they thought of the coverage of the funeral of Desmond Tutu – why, a listener asks, did one of Newsroom’s presenters talk over South Africa’s president? Plus, your highs and lows of the BBC World Service in 2021. And, a fond farewell to Newsday's longest serving presenter Lawrence Pollard!Presenter: Rajan DatarProducer: Howar…
 
We are honoured to be joined by Greg Wah, science communicator from Australia and co-host of the excellent Smart Enough to Know Better podcast. We discuss the size of the universe and how the JWST is going to help us look back further than ever, iconic images from Hubble, the beauty and importance of science and more. Podcast: https://smartenough.o…
 
Keeping with our space theme we chat to Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy about how he captures his incredible images, space travel, aliens and more. You have to check out Andrew’s photos, they’re mind-blowing. He definitely has an eye for creating something beautiful but it’s backed up by a sound scientific knowledge and genuine love for the wonde…
 
History remembers many great men but it forgets far more. Warren De la Rue, born 1815, was an engineer and scientist who pioneered astral photography. From designing and operating the photoheliograph – the first instrument created specifically for photographing celestial bodies – to improving chemical processes to decrease exposure times De la Rue …
 
Somali Regional State President Mustafa Muhumed Omar in an interview with BBC World Service discussed important issues related to the overall political situation in Ethiopia as well as the Somali region. President Mustafa Muhumed Omar, a person with knowledge, experience and full leadership maturity, underlined that there are currently no individua…
 
We go ghost hunting in a Neolithic passage grave, taking with us an infrared robot, an EMF metre and recording equipment for EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon). Do we capture anything? Does anything capture us!? Belief in ghosts and spirits is a worldwide phenomenon, it crosses cultures and ages. You’d expect modern science to taper these ideas, but…
 
The Story of Aids recalls the early years of the HIV crisis, as told by the people who lived through it. We hear your comments and speak with the show’s producer about the sensitivities involved in making the series.Plus, a listener inspired by our recent interview with Lyse Doucet offers her feedback on the BBC’s reporting of Afghanistan.Presenter…
 
Halloween is drawing near and the spirits are stirring so what better time than now to chat with Tim Brown from the Paranormal Intelligence Gathering Service (PIGS). Anton and I really enjoyed talking to Tim as he explained how PIGS conduct their research, what findings they’ve discovered and the use of EVP in some of the unique locations Guernsey …
 
We were invited to chat to our local BBC radio station and they very kindly gave us permission to reproduce the show. If you’re curious how the podcast begun and what Anton’s favourite topic has been (I can’t believe he said it live on air, on the BBC!!) then have a listen! It was great fun and we’re so pleased they invited us on, thank you BBC Gue…
 
This episode marks our two year anniversary and we celebrate in style! I recreate the 1858 Great Stink of London, a terrible smell caused by an overburdened sewerage system and unresponsive government. Cholera filled the streets killing thousands - bad air or miasma was thought to be the cause. The city needed a hero...Anton then tells of modern da…
 
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What is perception? How do we see the world? How do our senses trick and lie to us? Through a series of simple experiments you can try at home we look at all these questions. We then delve deeper into our perception and understanding of the world around us. Most people perceive themselves as above average, can’t take on new ideas and misremember ev…
 
The Proms are back, but what are the challenges of broadcasting classical music globally? We hear from the Proms producer. Plus, listeners give us their thoughts on series two of 30 Animals That Made Us Smarter, a show that bills itself as “amazing things humans have learnt from the animal kingdom”.Presenter: Rajan Datar Producer: Howard Shannon…
 
Propaganda is the spreading of information in support of a cause. … The word propaganda is often used in a negative sense, especially for politicians who make false claims to get elected or spread rumors to get their way. In fact, any campaign that is used to persuade can be called propagandaPropaganda its easilyidentifiable false based philosophic…
 
The Personified Leadership Strengths Of mustafe Muhumed Omar Somali Regional State President !! Somali Regional State, president He excellence Mustafe Muhumed Omar, do you think that there any one semilar to him when we compare to those individuals whose pastly led by the somali region top political engine i.e when we are tolking personified and in…
 
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As the Olympics draw to a close, listeners tell us what they think of the BBC’s coverage. What’s it like broadcasting when there is no live crowd? The World Service’s sports editor answers.Plus, a listener wonders why a recent panel debate on Cuba failed to have any contributors from Cuba itself.Presenter: Rajan Datar Producer: Howard Shannon…
 
Published by ( HORN PEACE PRESS DAILY NEWS)# Advertisements#USAID adminstrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)Ms. Samantha Power arrived in Sudan on July 31 for the purpose of the United States,Agency for International Development (USAID) ‘s trip to Sudan and Ethiopia.On the 3rd day in Sudan visited Ethiopian refug…
 
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Why the Security ‘Council turned a blind eye to the ongoing conflict between Ethiopian federal government(FDRE) and’TPLF!!Why the International Security Council turned a blind eye to the fierce fighting that has erupted in Ethiopia.It is unfortunate that the international security council is turning a blind eye to the fierce fighting that has erupt…
 
In my latest bonus episode, I chat to Andy Meakin and Lee Ford of The FilmFile Podcast about why cinema isn't dead, the rise of streaming services, their experiences with social media trolls and whether Black Widow can perform well at the Box Office. We also dive into a deeper discussion about Andy and Lee's interests in film, how cinemas are recov…
 
The Social Sanctuary is back with a special bonus episode for #LonelinessAwarenessWeek 2021. Today, I'm chatting to Louisa "Wizzi" Magnussen, founder of https://mindsanonymous.com, Radio Host and Owner of https://wiz-media.co.uk. Wizzi and I chat about loneliness as we move out of lockdown after a recent article published by The Guardian states tha…
 
We are honoured to be joined by the very charming George McGavin. One of the leading entomologists he taught at the University of Oxford before embarking on TV career that has taken him deep into the jungles of Guyana, New Guinea and more. Always lively and passionate George is full of stories of his adventures and the importance of understanding o…
 
War is never nice but sometimes it drives people to their extremes. In desperation to gain the upper hand all logic and rational thought is flung out the window and insane proposals for weapons are put forth. From dropping cakes seeded with anthrax on herds of cows to bats with bomb-backpacks and giant siege towers to expanding foam guns mankind ha…
 
On the final episode of The Social Sanctuary Series 2, I chat to Will Chalk, Multimedia Journalist for the Newsbeat team at the BBC. Will produces news and features for BBC Radio 1 and he started his journey in Student Radio before working in local radio and then moving on to his dream job at BBC Radio 1. Find out more about Will's career so far, a…
 
How can you help your children to get better quality sleep? On today's episode, I discuss overcoming nighttime fears, creating a healthy sleep routine and where our nightmares come from with Lucy Shrimpton, The Sleep Nanny. Lucy also shares nursery decor ideas and busts some old myths around sleep! Lucy Shrimpton is one of the world’s leading child…
 
In possibly our most uncomfortable episode yet for Anton we talk Oxen! In school history lessons they just seem to turn during the agricultural revolution to help with crop rotation and then disappear. But what exactly are Oxen, how are they used, where do they come from and what is their history? We travel the world to answer all these questions.…
 
I loved chatting to Brogan Tate, Lifestyle Vlogger and Digital Content Creator on today's episode of The Social Sanctuary. Brogan and I discuss positive influencers and whether it's really fair to paint influencers with the same brush. We also chat about the importance of upholding your personal values when making business decisions and Brogan shar…
 
On this episode, I chat to Sean Gorman, Level Designer, Environment Artist and World Builder about Video Games in Youth Culture, Creating New Worlds and Forging a Successful Career. Sean is a London based, experienced video game developer with over 4+ years of professional in-house work experience in the games industry; as a Level Designer and prio…
 
Is a disproportionate amount of time given over to stories from the US? One listener shares his views US focused programmes. Plus, Africa Eye specialises in reports from across the continent. But what makes the team tick? We go behind-the-scenes.And Comedians vs The News - we asked listeners to give the second series a second chance. They tell us w…
 
I loved chartting to Emma Davey, qualified integrative counsellor and a recovery coach for victims that have suffered from Narcissistic Abuse on today's episode. Emma and I discuss her own personal experiences of being in a narcissistic relationship and Emma shares ways you can overcome narcissistic abuse. We also share how you should deal with a j…
 
Welcome back to The Social Sanctuary, I'm thrilled to be back for Series 2. To kick off the series, I chat to Samantha Carbon of Samantha Carbon Therapy and Baker Street Therapy in London. Samantha and I dive into a discussion all about addiction, stepping back outside and living in the moment. Samantha became interested in the area of psychotherap…
 
After its independence in 1821 Costa Rica was a poor nation with very little outside trade but one man, from a small island halfway around the world, would change that. William Le Lacheur, born 1802, was a merchant and sea captain who is widely credited with transforming Costa Rica’s economy through the coffee trade. Commanding a fine fleet of ship…
 
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