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A podcast that helps you understand the fascinating chemistry hidden in your everyday life. Have you ever wondered why onions make you cry? Or how soap gets your hands clean? What really is margarine, or why do trees change colors in the fall? Melissa is a chemist, and to answer these questions she started a podcast, called Chemistry for your life! In each episode Melissa explains the chemistry behind one of life’s mysteries to Jam, who is definitely not a chemist, but she explains it in a w ...
 
Welcome to Recovery Jam, a group of compulsive eaters in recovery. We love the Big Book, we believe that miracles still exist, and we believe that God launches search-and-rescue missions for us addicts. 💕 (Recovery Jam is not affiliated with Overeaters Anonymous or any other organization.)
 
Terser Adamu, who is an Africa Business Strategist, International Trade Adviser, and Director at ETK Group, shares his thoughts on how to unlock Africa’s economic potential in the 21st century. This is delivered through engaging and thought provoking discussions with innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, policy makers and business leaders who are unlocking Africa’s economic potential. Whether you're a business leader, aspiring entrepreneur, have a comfortable side hustle, or want to take you ...
 
Welcome Folks, to the BEST podcast that explores Wacky Wabbits, Screwy Ducks and the artistry of all classic Looney Tunes shorts, re-imaginings and motion picture appearances. Hosted by Jonathan Graves @TheDarkPilgrim. Rate, Subscribe & Like on iTunes and follow @ThisMeansPodcast because That’s NOT All Folks!
 
Michael Masci is the owner of Michael Masci Entertainment agency as well as an entertainer himself. He has been a leader in the entertainment agency for over 30 years and enjoys promoting fellow entertainers. Shows are live streamed at www.facebook.com/michaelanthonymasci.com. Join live broadcasts by calling in live (516) 418-5590. Visit www.MichaelMasci.com
 
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On this week's podcast, Animation Director Todd Shaffer and Senior Animator Alain Sequin from Tonic DNA sat down with me to discuss their work on The Looney Tunes Cartoons series currently available on HBOMax; Space Jam: A New Legacy and over on Disney+ the latest feature Disenchanted! Tonic DNA is a Montreal-based studio that specialize in a vast …
 
Episode #47 with Robert Besseling, Founder and CEO of Pangea-Risk, which is a specialist intelligence firm providing analysis and forecasts on political, security, and economic risk in Africa and the Middle East. Pangea-Risk has become a leading risk advisory and consultancy with a broad network of clients ranging from DFIs, banks, traders, corpora…
 
#149 Gluten. Public enemy number one. If you're gluten intolerant that is. But what is gluten? Why is it in bread? What does it do in bread? Let's find out. References from this episode https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17008153/ https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4360/10/6/617 https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/resources/highschool/chemmatters/past…
 
Episode #46 with Melissa Mbugua who is on a mission to build the new African media. Melissa is also the Co-Director of Africa Podfest. Africa Podfest is an organisation that inspires and elevates African podcasters by showcasing developments in African podcasting, convening community in the new media ecosystem, and increasing the production of high…
 
Bonus Episode: Question and Response 37 In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about regulation of scented products, being a parent and getting a PhD, condiments as non-newtonian fluids, adhesive removers, and more! References from this Episode https://www-sciencedirect-com.libproxy.library.unt.edu/topics/f…
 
Episode #45 with Michael Lawal who is Founder of sendit.money. A platform that is providing an intuitive, secure, and inexpensive way to send & receive money. Sendit.money is a reverse remittance platform that specialises in transfers to and from immigrant communities in developed countries to emerging markets, and it is growing exponentially year …
 
This week's podcast welcomes back a legend in the history of Hollywood, Dan Romanelli who created WB Consumer Products and helped bring Michael Jordan to Space Jam! You can already listen to the first appearance of this former Head of WB Products in the archives where he goes in-depth with Space Jam's production, Mel Gibson opening WB stores and so…
 
Episode #44 with Arthur Chupeau who provides strategy, growth, product, technology, funding and business advisory to the best start-ups operating from Africa with African founders. Arthur is also Head of Ventures at the Baobab Network. The Baobab Network is an accelerator that backs early-stage technology start-ups in Africa, providing entrepreneur…
 
#051 Rebroadcast This week, Melissa and Jam begin a multi-faceted topic: mosquitos. Now of course mosquitos are insects, so studying them would mostly fall into biology. But there's a lot of chemistry here too. The first question, why do mosquitos bite humans at all? How do they find us, and why do they want to bother us? And perhaps more important…
 
On this week's podcast, I'm joined by a very good friend and talented freelance writer, Tamara Brooks to pose our opinions on the Friz Freleng's adaptions of Robert Louis Stevenson's sinister work; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as Halloween Season winds down. And being big DC fans, we discuss the latest news regarding James Gunn and Peter Safran taking o…
 
Episode #43 with Debo Omololu who is an Intrapreneur & Entrepreneur with two decades of experience in business development, market research & venture capital. He is also the CEO & Co-Founder at GetFundedAfrica. GetFundedAfrica's mission is to help Africa’s most promising startups find funding, grow & solve society’s greatest challenges. They do thi…
 
On this week's podcast, I'm honored to host Julie and Tim Cahill, the creative team behind Carrotblanca (1995) as well as writers on multiple landmark Looney Tunes projects within the Looniverse! Julie is also the very first female to write on a WB produced project with these characters! Join me as we dive deep into the rabbit hole and travel throu…
 
Episode #42 with Amne Suedi who is an Investment Adviser, International Lawyer, and Director of Shikana Group, a leading legal and investment advisory firm specialising in East African foreign investments. What We Discuss With Amne Suedi Do you believe Africa is as risky as it is sometimes portrayed? What are some of the nuances or challenges in Ea…
 
Hey Folks! We were treated to a surprise yesterday as Cartoonito dropped a brand new Halloween short just before the end of spooky season and it's filled with Easter Eggs to the larger Looniverse! The bite-sized short is only 3 minutes long and unlike the usual fair from this series, non of the character create any conflict that prevents them getti…
 
Bonus Episode: Question and Response 36 In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about raw garlic burns, Bella Hadid's dress, carbon monoxide poisoning, and more! References from this Episode https://www.nytimes.com/2005/08/16/science/not-for-the-faint-of-mouth-why-garlic-packs-such-a-wallop.html#:~:text=It%2…
 
Episode #41 with Olivier Vanden Eynde, who is Founding Partner and Executive Director at Close the Gap Kenya, which is a Circular Economy HUB In Mombasa. Close the Gap Kenya focuses on refurbishing and recycling laptops, computers, and a variety of electronic devices through a one-stop shop where they not only innovate, incubate, and manufacture, b…
 
#146 When we are sick and super congested, many of us go to the store to pick up a decongestant. But what if some decongestants DON'T EVEN WORK, like at all? Wouldn't that be frustrating? Well we're sorry to say, it's true. Some "decongestants" are essentially ineffective against congestion? Why? Why are they even sold? Why are they even called dec…
 
Episode #40 with Brendan Mullen, who is Co-founder and Managing Director at Secha Capital, a lower-market impact private equity fund in Southern Africa employing an Operator-Investor model and investing in traditional industries making the green economy, tech-enabled, and/or post-COVID transition. Secha was founded in 2017. Its first fund invested …
 
#013 Rebroadcast This week Melissa and Jam explore the chemistry of not being burned by the big, ominous, flaming ball of radioactive insanity that lights up our skies each day. Did you know that to some people, radiation burns are no big deal? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It's actually a very big deal and the sun is constantly trying to kill us all. Save yourselves.…
 
Episode #39 with Yaa Ofori-Ansah, who is an expert in African development, trade, sustainability & ESG, finance & policy, and founder of Talking Drums, a travel and tourism marketplace with a specialisation in Africa that prioritises sustainable tourism & culture & seeks to connect people with Africa. What We Discuss With Yaa Ofori-Ansah Can you te…
 
Happy Spooky Season Folks! Welcome to your best source of news surrounding the beloved Looney Tunes!In this podcast you'll find an abundance of horrors!Starting off with Looney Movie News Layoffs and a possible cancellation! THE HORROR! THE HORROR!On this week's podcast, I'm joined by the talented host of Getting Strange with Steffany Strange, TV p…
 
#145 Today we're talking about the most toxic substance known to humans, and yet it also happens to be a substance that many people willingly inject into their bodies. It's Botox! Why is it so toxic to humans, and how did we come to the decision to inject it into out bodies, and why doesn't it hurt us? How to start a podcast.
 
Episode #38 with Eric Annan who is Founder and CEO of AYA, a curated marketplace for early-stage startups and high growth businesses to access vetted African Web3 digital skilled talents. AYA helps early-stage startups and medium-sized companies find the right fit talents to supercharge their business. Eric is passionate about ensuring that there a…
 
Bonus Episode: Question and Response 35 In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about pressure, eicosane, clouds, chemistry analogies, coffee, and baking. Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have the best podcast platform available. We use it and we are totally in love with it. Find us …
 
Episode #37 with Prof. Tal Edgars is Group Executive Chairman at GBSH Consult Group. Also, a multi-award winner, globally renowned business authority, seasoned diplomat and a cutting edge thinker and author with an outstanding record in planning, managing and executing highly successful private and public sector initiatives in Africa, Europe, Ameri…
 
#144 Cars are complicated, there's lots of parts that do lots of things most of us will probably never understand it all. Well we can at least tackle one of those mysteries today. You've probably heard of something called a catalytic converter, right? And you've probably heard that it's important. Well that's true! But why? What does it do, why is …
 
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