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The MCU Fan Show offers comprehensive coverage of the stories produced by Marvel Studios. From feature films to Disney+ series, we explore every corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in great detail. This podcast is built for all MCU fans. Whether you started with Iron Man or are just beginning with Loki, it doesn't really matter when you arrived at this party. We're just glad you're here now! Get exclusive podcasts access to community events on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy a ...
 
In each episode of Matters of Life and Death, Tim Wyatt calls up his dad John Wyatt to discuss issues in healthcare, ethics, technology, science, faith and more. Tim is a religion and social affairs journalist, while John is a doctor, professor of ethics, and writer and speaker on these topics. We talk about how Christians can better engage with a particular question of life, death or something else in between. If you want to go deeper into some of the topics we discuss, find more resources ...
 
Hosted by Senior Finance reporter Gillian Bowen, Making Money Easy looks at the current finance and economy news and, with the help of some prominent economists, breaks it down to what the average Aussie needs to know. A 10 News First podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
James and Flav sitting down and talking about what matters and what doesn't. SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL HERE: 🎥 👉https://www.youtube.com/jameslawrence... SUBSCRIBE TO GREAT TOUCH: 🎧 👉https://play.acast.com/s/great-touch-... SUBSCRIBE TO 'THE PROCESS': 🎧 👉https://play.acast.com/s/theprocess FOLLOW JAMES ON TWITTER: 👉https://twitter.com/jamesallcott FOLLOW JAMES ON INSTAGRAM: 👉📸 @jlallcott See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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In the past year, school leaders have faced a constant need to innovate and respond to rapidly changing conditions in their communities, our nation and our world. Now we’re all seeking ways to bring healing and strength to our schools in the year ahead. But what else can we learn from these challenging times, and what inspiration can we draw for the future of schools? Tim Fish, NAIS Chief Innovation Officer, is teaming up with Lisa Kay Solomon, author, educator and designer of strategic conv ...
 
Tom Ravlic FIPA has looked at complex issues in business, finance and politics for a range of publications over two decades. Critical Line Item takes you to the heart of the issues that matter in business and politics with guests who are experts in their field. His book on the Banking Royal Commission, Vulture City – how our bankers got rich on swindles, was released in October 2019 was positively received by prominent journalists, commentators and academics. Vulture City was published by Wi ...
 
Welcome to The Balance Club, where we believe that a balanced life helps us to be healthy in all the areas that matter most. Join us for a mix of conversations about physical, mental, financial and emotional health, all served with a side of motivation and a dab of humour. The Balance Club offers something for everyone, whether you’re looking for honest conversations or a chance to just take a moment and chill the heck out. Check out the series and choose one (or more!) that suit your mood. ...
 
We have never faced us much uncertainty as we do now, and have never needed strong leadership as we do today. Navigate this fast-changing world with ideas and insights for leading through crisis, recovery, and growth, and being fit for the future. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Josh Lynott is a young Australian photographer, writer and athlete. With the hope of impacting a world wide audience, he is driven to bring inspirational thoughts through his photography, writing and now a new podcast to as many people as possible on a daily basis. Often Josh finds himself discussing life's important matters or latest ideas over a coffee, now you can listen in on the conversation too! You can find more out about Josh here: www.joshualynott.com Instagram: @joshlynott http://t ...
 
The Estée Lalonde Show brings Estée's online community into the fold as she interviews guests that she believes will resonate with her audience. Focusing largely, but not limited to: entrepreneurship, beauty/skincare, health/wellness and mindfulness subjects that strike her curiosity - no subject is off limits. Estée asks all of the questions you’ve always wanted the answers to in a casual and relaxed format. Listen to the show if you want to hear honest and open conversations with people ta ...
 
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Professional regulation and self-regulation is an area that is filled with debate and controversy and the accounting profession is not exempt from this often vibrant discourse. The CEO of the Institute of Certified Management Accountants, Janek Ratnatunga, has some concerns and would like a royal commission into the role of audit in out legal regim…
 
The latest lockdown-impacted unemployment figures are out ...but there are signs the worst is behind us. So it's back to work, but in a whole new way - we explore the strategies to handle that. Plus, what's a 'pingdemic' and how Australia can avoid it. And why there may be presents missing under your Christmas Tree this year. Jo Masters, EY Chief E…
 
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Paula Schneider, President & CEO of the Susan G. Komen Foundation, joins Wharton Business Daily to talk about the history of the Foundation, the business of breast cancer, and how they are working to break down inequities in accessing treatment and care. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform…
 
After a season of conversations about education, leadership, and the future, we’re pausing to reflect. What changes do we need to make to our systems and practices to best support students in navigating a future shaped by the events of 2020? Teaching and learning through a pandemic and a period of historic social and political change has exposed cr…
 
What if The Watcher broke his oath? The Guardians of the Multiverse would be born! All of the season’s heroes (and villains) come together in a battle for the fate of not just one universe, but all of them. As one story ends, it feels as though others are only beginning, including a potential Captain Carter spinoff. We break down the season finale …
 
This week we’re digging into assisted dying. A bill to legalise it in England has been introduced to parliament – what does it propose and how likely is it to actually become law? And zooming out a little, what are the social factors behind this renewed push to introduce a form of euthanasia to Britain, and in particular via the House of Lords of a…
 
As risky debt increases and house prices soar, banks have been told to apply a slightly tougher test on a person's ability to afford their mortgage. But what does it mean DOLLAR-wise and WHO will be impacted the most? And will it actually take some HEAT out of the booming Australian property market. Peter Tulip - Chief Economist at Centre for Indep…
 
It's one of the biggest mid-credits scenes in superhero movie history, so let's talk about it! We share our thoughts on that last-minute reveal in Venom: Let There Be Carnage! Hosted by Sean Gerber and Paul Hermann. Follow MCU Fan Show on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook! Get exclusive podcasts access to community events on Patreon! See acast.com/p…
 
Subaru America President and CEO Tom Doll visits Wharton Business Daily to talk about the impact of the semiconductor chip shortage on car sales, the push for EVs and the state of the auto industry overall. This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Business of Auto Sales special. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Venom and Eddie Brock are back, creating and confronting Carnage! Venom: Let There Be Carnage is lighting up the box office but is it any good? How does this sequel build on the flawed foundation of the first film? We examine these questions, that mid-credits scene, and more in this spoiler review! Don't worry, we'll have even more to say about the…
 
What if Ultron won? Continuity would take a retroactive beating, that’s for sure. What we would also see, though, is a compelling story that amplifies Ultron’s threat level as he becomes aware of universes beyond his own. The Watcher is okay with observing the destruction of one universe at a time, but what about the entire multiverse? It may be ti…
 
APRA - the banking regulator is considering what actions it can take to address the medium-term risk created as a result of surging loan sizes compared to what people earn. The changes are likely to cool property prices. So how will this all work and who might be impacted? ANZ Senior Economist Adelaide Timbrell and NAB'S Agribusiness Economist Phin…
 
Robert Reich, Economist & 22nd U.S. Secretary of Labor under President Bill Clinton, visits Wharton Business Daily to discuss the current state of the labor market and outlook - and the impact of the Delta variant on the economy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Senator James Patterson is the chairman of the powerful committee that looks at intelligence and security matters in the Federal Parliament. He looks at the work of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security over the past year and points to a series of challenges confronting legislators when it comes to balancing security priori…
 
What if Thor were an only child? All rules, including those pertaining to Mjolnir, would go out the window! As troubling as that may be for the keepers of the canon, it’s still a really fun party when Thor, Grandmaster (with foam), Darcy, Loki, Howard the Duck, and others are around. Plus, we get an epic, globe-spanning battle between Captain Marve…
 
We've never done so much online shopping or had access to such low mortgage rates while others have lost jobs for the first time in their lives and are now receiving government benefits. So how are people paying the bills and what happens when they can't. Plus, the push to protect vulnerable consumers from getting too many Buy Now, Pay Later accoun…
 
The way we understand equity in our schools is constantly evolving. Students and staff in our communities reflect a broader and richer spectrum of identity, heritage, and self-discovery at this moment than at any other moment in American history. Yet educational practice is still catching up, and the students most likely to be heavily impacted by t…
 
What if Killmonger rescued Tony Stark? Killmonger would have achieved his goals in record time. Michael B. Jordan is back as a version of Erik Stevens whose plans are accelerated via a key piece of information that allows him to save and gain the trust of the man who, in this timeline, would never become Iron Man. We break down this incredible epis…
 
Wendy De La Rosa, Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School, talks about her new report showing working families aren't claiming benefits owed to them, and why if they did, it could be the key to ending childhood hunger and poverty, and improving education. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
If there's one thing we can rely on during a pandemic, it's its ability to through a spanner in the works when it comes to data. The jobs figures for August tell a big story - but you've got to look under the bonnet. Almost 150,000 people lost work ...while heaps chose to stop looking at all ...and those that still 'have' jobs saw their hours plumm…
 
Juliette Kayyem, President Obama's Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs at the Department of Homeland Security and CNN National Security Analyst, talks about the impact of 9/11 on homeland security and what has changed in the last 20 years. This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's special, 9/11: 20 Years Late…
 
What if Earth's Mightiest Heroes became the Undead's Mightiest Heroes? There would still be Hope, and a vlog. We break down the latest episode of the Marvel Studios animated series, which gave us a new Avengers lineup we loved, and some other things we didn't. Plus, more thoughts on Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings! Hosted by Sean Gerber a…
 
As lockdown drags on, plenty were wondering if the current performance of the economy was enough to make the RBA do more to help us cope … so did they? Yes and no … our economists explain. Plus, how stopping violence against women also makes sense for the economy. And where would you go with your vaccine passport. Angela Jackson, Lead Economist at …
 
Shang-Chi and the Legend of The Ten Rings has dazzled critics and audiences while breaking records at the box office. Suffice to say, we get it. All of the praise and every penny earned are well-deserved. It's the most creatively ambitious franchise debut we've seen in the MCU, with the excellence in execution to match. We break down this extraordi…
 
Investors and other stakeholders read financial statements when they are issued but not a lot of time is spent looking at the process by which the underlying documents that set reporting principles known as accounting standards are developed. Andreas Barckow is the new chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board and in a very special a…
 
U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh talks about the state of the labor market and why the government investing in jobs and employment services will help get more Americans back to work. This interview originally aired as part of Wharton Business Daily's Labor Day special. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
What if Doctor Strange lost his heart instead of his hands? That whole "it's not about you" lesson wouldn't really stick. This Doctor Strange is indeed the Sorcerer Supreme, but the absolute power to break absolute points in time corrupts absolutely. We break down the shattering of a mind and a universe in this spoiler review! Hosted by Sean Gerber…
 
The latest economic growth figures are out and they show the economy expanded in the second quarter BUT there's a caveat - they only take in a TINY bit of the latest lockdowns. In this episode we dive into how the data works, what to expect from the data next time around, and what IS a 'technical recession' and why we should throw the description i…
 
Barbara Corcoran, Star and Executive Producer of ABC's "Shark Tank," and Founder of The Corcoran Group, talks about the state of small business, why she thinks the worst is over, and why small businesses are in the best position to react to the next curveball that comes their way. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
What does it mean to be a citizen of this world, of our community, and of our future? What does “citizen” mean, anyway? And what is the role of schools in growing citizens—or what should it be? The current reality facing schools is one of rapidly changing social and political conditions that affect educators, students, and communities as a whole. W…
 
Here is our non-spoiler review of the spectacular Shang-Chi and the Legend of The Ten Rings! You can help kids see this phenomenal Marvel Studios film by contributing to and/or sharing the campaigns below! Shang-Chi Challenge: Help Kids See Shang-Chi Give Shang-Chi a #GoldOpen Get exclusive podcasts access to community events on Patreon! See acast.…
 
Today’s episode is a little hard to sum up – we begin by reflecting on the recent series of scandals around abusive church leaders, before going to discuss how contemporary culture thinks about sex and power (and in particular how they are exploited) in human relationships. And then we consider to what extent Christians should become as suspicious …
 
What if Fury's Big Week completely disrupted The Avenger(s) Initiative? Nick Fury believes in heroes and he's going to need that belief more than ever in a timeline where hope seems lost. We break down the complete reshaping of arguably the most eventful week in Marvel Cinematic Universe history in this spoiler review! Hosted by Sean Gerber with sp…
 
Welcome back to The Balance Club, Summer Series. This week, our hosts, Kirsti Buick, (@itsmekirsti) and Georgia Grant (@ggrantyfitness) are discussing The Comparison Curse, and both share advice on How to be More Self Directed and Less Self Critical. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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