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This Podcast is about meditation & wisdom tradition. I will share passages from ancient books on spirituality intended to bring inspiration and learning to smart, wisdom-seeking experts, thought leaders, coaches, and entrepreneurs, and everyone interested in the topic. I will interview extraordinary people from all kinds of backgrounds in meditation & healing practices. It will also be about philosophers, modern physics, and last but not least, about psychedelic journeys.
 
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People of Note

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People of Note

Fine Music Radio

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PROUDLY SPONSORED BY PIETER TOERIEN PRODUCTIONS. People of Note is broadcast on Sunday evening at 6 pm on Fine Music Radio with a repeat on Thusday afternoon at 1 pm, presented by Rodney Trudgeon. Says Rodney: “There are a number of fascinating people who pass through Cape Town and I’ve always felt there to be a need for a programme that allows an in-depth discussion with these personalities. Whether their fields are music, literature, theatre, dance, opera or even politics and economics, we ...
 
Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
 
In the spirit of ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ this podcast is a biographical style interview with interesting people that will focus on their love/hate/curious relationship with wine and the fascinating lives they’ve lived so far. Oh and plenty of wine tips and recommendations.
 
Talking to Cool People is an interview show where Jason, you guessed it, talks to cool people! His belief is that everyone is cool and everyone has a fascinating story to tell. Subscribe to enjoy fun, inspirational, and vulnerable conversations with people from all walks of life and from all over the world. With guests ranging from CEOs to college students, from Navy Seals to therapists, from authors to musicians and everything in between, you never know where the conversations are going to ...
 
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The Bayside Bubble

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The Bayside Bubble

Kate Harvey and Maree Lacy

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Love where you live! The Bayside Bubble podcast talks all things Bayside, Melbourne. Everyone who lives in Bayside knows about the 'Bayside bubble'.We know we are so fortunate to live here, on the beautiful Port Phillip Bay, with a wonderful community of people.Your hosts, Maree and Kate, are local Baysiders who love where they live and cannot wait to share some incredible and fascinating stories about Bayside and its people.
 
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menkind

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menkind

Mark Watson and Michael Chakraverty, Impatient Productions

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Michael Chakraverty (Bake Off legend) is gay, brown, and obsessed with girl band Little Mix to a degree that is a bit strange; Mark Watson (scrawny cult comedian) is straight, white, likes football and drinking. The two of them have almost no interests in common. They hadn’t even met until they recorded the first episode of this podcast. Also, Mark is 40 whereas Michael is a baby and doesn’t remember things like Teletext and hadn’t heard of Bovril until recently (Mark is writing this, incide ...
 
Welcome to the Association of Amusing People, a conversational podcast where you might not be amused...but we sure as hell will be! Our team includes four hosts: Fred, Sam, Tristan and Marny. We are friends who share a passion for lighthearted bickering and an exceptional ability to amuse ourselves regardless of what topic we discuss. The format is simple, every episode each of our four hosts presents an issue or story for the group to ponder, explore and ridicule. Discussing a wide variety ...
 
In this era of knee-jerk partisanship and decision-based evidence making, the currency of actual ideas has become sadly devalued in Canadian politics. Veteran broadcaster Jo-Ann Roberts is changing all that with People, Politics and Planet, a wide-ranging audio journey through some fascinating political terrain where you’ll meet some of the country’s most thought-provoking policy innovators. Sure, they mostly lean towards Green – but, as Jo-Ann finds out, that’s where the all interesting stu ...
 
Poetry meets Psychology in a fascinating encounter: Poet Simon Corble begins each episode by sharing one of his very latest short poems with Psychologist Adriana Summers...a spontaneous conversation then takes off between the two of them, full of insight, honesty, wisdom and quite a few laughs along the way. Adriana brings in the mental health issues she is dealing with on a daily basis amongst her clients, while Simon draws on memories, life experiences and his own concerns for people's men ...
 
D.K. Brainard, an astrologer, hypnotherapist and writer, is the host of "Stars for the People." D.K.'s in-depth astrology forecasts powerfully translate current aspects and alignments into how they will affect us personally. Explore DK's fascinating programs now On-Demand and register on the Empower Radio site for our newsletters which feature his weekly astrology predictions - visit www.empoweradio.com.
 
Our podcast about the science of business! At Omnicor, we’re driven to understand as much as possible in the current organisational and people development space. Each episode will feature fascinating guests who will share tools and the latest thinking to help grow your own career or improve your team or business.
 
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The Ridiculously Human Podcast

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The Ridiculously Human Podcast

Gareth Martin and Craig Haywood conversing with inspiring humans

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A show hosted by two South African buddies, Craig and Gareth. Both have fantastic faces for Podcasting 🙂 Each episode the hosts have conversations with guests who are recognised in their community as people who provide inspiration, motivation and hope. We explore their lives and background stories in fascinating and intriguing chats. We unpack how adversity or their sheer determination and mindset has been used to create a positive and meaningful impact in their and other people's lives. The ...
 
What techniques are used to keep crops safe from insects? What happens to tomatoes when they ripen? This selection of audio slideshows covers a broad range of topics that relate to the nature of both plants and vegetables. From touring the largest display green houses in the world at the Eden Project to genetically engineering crops for African famers, this collection of case studies reveals fascinating insights into the cutting edge work conservationists and bio-chemists are doing in the fi ...
 
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Deep Culture

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Deep Culture

Muhammad Fadly A Halim

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We all have DIFFERENT journeys, SPECIAL messages, and UNIQUE experiences to share about life. I find it fascinating hearing all these wonderful stories and so I thought, "Why not get the rest of the world to hear it too? If I find it inspirational, others probably might too." So if you're someone like me who enjoys listening to other people's stories and deep conversations about life, then this is a podcast that is DEFINITELY for you. Don't forget to subscribe! Support this podcast: https:// ...
 
Join Dr. Miller for conversations with thought leaders, health and wellness experts, and global activist from a variety of fields. You will find valuable tools for healing at every level, from the personal to the planetary. With experts from fields ranging from science and medicine to philosophy and spirituality, Dr. Miller explores ancient wisdom, recent advances in transformational technology, practical tips for self-healing, and guidance for awakening your personal and collective wisdom. ...
 
On December 31 1787, the HMS Bounty, a small sailing vessel embarked from Spithead Harbor, England bound for Tahiti. Her mission was sponsored by the Royal Society in London and aimed at picking up breadfruit plants and fruit from Tahiti and conveying them to the West Indies, where it was hoped they would take root and become a commercial crop. The Bounty was an old ship with a young captain and 46 young officers. The captain's cabin was converted into a potting shed for the expected breadfr ...
 
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Keira Poulsen is an intuitive, energetic healer and creator. She has created The Spiritual Entrepreneur, an all-inclusive and everything people need to succeed in their work as a leader of light. She teaches people who feel a desire to share their message, gifts and work with the world. She is the creator and host of The Awaken Podcast, a show that…
 
Fresh off a round of golf in Bayside, Kate and Maree are back to delve into some more favourites. This week we discuss some of the greatest songs that we have connected with, in an upbeat musical episode of the Bayside Banter. We promise not to sing ourselves (too much) as we reminisce over some old favourites. Featuring Miami Vice theme songs, B52…
 
Dr. Michael Dickinson is the Esther M. and Abe M. Zarem Professor of Bioengineering at the California Institute of Technology. His work focuses on the biomechanics and the biophysics of life with a particular focus on how animals fly. He looks at these questions through a neuroscientific lens, trying to understand behavior and flight control. In ad…
 
Michael and Mark talk to journalist, author and dad who gave birth Freddy McConnell about testosterone, gender creative parenting and the mosaic of characteristics. menkind are on Patreon! If you enjoy listening, would like access to audio and video extras every week, and are able to support us, you can find us at patreon.com/menkindpodcast Follow …
 
Looking back to some powerful experiences I had directing Shakespeare's plays in the natural environment - e.g. The Tempest on a tidal island, Adriana finds some links in what I was doing and I get quite emotional. Themes of healing and acceptance are discovered.Door Simon Corble and Adriana Summers
 
Influential Personal Brand Summit Scott and Jason geek out on neuroscience, Scott talks about his journey from the academic world to running a company that provides a unique service to the academic world (higher education...on a ship!) and Scott blows Jason's mind with a very personal question. "Many of us travel not in search of answers, but of be…
 
Welcome back to the Bayside Bubble for the penultimate week of lockdown banter. With the freedom to invite guests back in the upcoming weeks, we get to know each other a bit better with a two-part series of our favourites. This week we share the books that we fell in love with, when and why we took to them so much, and of course, some fun facts con…
 
Dr. Michael Archer is a Professor of Paleobiology in the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of New South Wales in Australia. Mike is a paleontologist who is fascinated with understanding the continuity of life over billions of years. He spends his free time watching Sci-Fi movies, including classics like Jurass…
 
Mark and Michael talk to best selling author, screenwriter and actress Juno Dawson about moral panic, the coven, and a very important fry-up. menkind are on Patreon! If you enjoy listening, would like access to audio and video extras every week, and are able to support us, you can find us at patreon.com/menkindpodcast Follow menkind on Twitter, Fac…
 
Influential Personal Brand Summit Hope provides us with some pro tips to up your public speaking game, Jason and Hope talk about how entrepreneurship is like a river and Hope shares her experience coaching and leading high-level leaders through keynotes, boardrooms presentations, and everything else in between. "Speak up, damn it." Hope Timberlake …
 
I go to the furthest corner of the globe for the latest ‘Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with People’ Podcast episode with MS Cameron Douglas from New Zealand. My guest was not only the first individual from New Zealand to become a Master Sommelier but at the time he was the first person in the whole Southern Hemisphere to earn the highest distinction in t…
 
Happy Wednesday Baysiders. We imagine today’s banter should be somewhat relatable to all. After a fun tidbit to remember the difference between the summer and winter daylight savings adjustment, we discuss our best silly, misleading, expensive and fun purchases that have been getting us through lockdown. We encounter ALDI queue curiosity as well as…
 
Dr. Nancy Mills was a Murchison Professor (2011-2014) at Trinity University. She works at a primarily undergraduate institution as an organic chemist. Typically organic chemists make things like drugs or polymers. When trying to make things, they really focus on making stable compounds. Nancy has actually created a rare unstable (anti-aromatic) com…
 
Michael and Mark talk to Guardian columnist, author and deranged leftie Owen Jones, about systemic homophobia, being a geriatric millennial, and having the hots for David Duchovny. menkind are on Patreon! If you enjoy listening, would like access to audio and video extras every week, and are able to support us, you can find us at patreon.com/menkin…
 
Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on People of Note is the well-known and much respected author and columnist TOM EATON. Tom is a Business Day and Times Select columnist and the author of the bestselling novel The De Villiers Code, among other books. His latest book has the following intriguing title: “Is It Me or Is It Getting Hot In Here? – Great Expectati…
 
In this episode I give a solution to a problem that need addressing post haste because we cannot keep relying on the Military when ever there is a crisis we need another way and I have the solution, also I talk about the infrastructure problem we have in this country. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/TimHeale)…
 
Ben shares the moment that changed everything for him and his identity as someone with autism, goes deep on why it was important for him to write a book about child homelessness and Jason and Ben geek out on the Beatles. Working hard makes our dreams come true. Ben Levin is an autistic teenage with a passion for writing. His first young adult novel…
 
You didn’t read that wrong! This week, prompted by a listener’s misread of a previous episode on pantries, we attempt to tastefully embrace the topic of panties. We talk slang, etiquette, different choices for different occasions, and we briefly take a look at the origin of the word. Hang in with us as we navigate the topic with as few giggles and …
 
Dr. James Pipas is the Herbert W. and Grace Boyer Chair in Molecular Biology and Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. Jim's lab studies how viruses work, how they interact with us, and where they come from. They also use viruses as tools to understand how our own biology works. For example, they study viruses that cause…
 
Mark and Michael talk to mental health campaigner Ben West, about the best meal of his life at Wagamama, taking up hugging, and a crash course in mental health. (Content Warning: suicide) menkind are on Patreon! If you enjoy listening, would like access to audio and video extras every week, and are able to support us, you can find us at patreon.com…
 
People of Note this week takes on an interestingly different format. My producer and I went to Ian Burgess Simpson’s Piano Shop in Lakeside where he had just taken delivery of a Fazioli Concert Grand for a local buyer. I invited Francois du Toit and three of his award winning piano students to come along with me and we discussed this amazing piano …
 
In this episode I tell the truth about the haulage industry in the country and the decline in it and just why drivers are leaving it and not coming back, if you think I'm right then please put others right, funny thing it has nothing to do with Brexit and everything to do with the EU, also a heads up on the British Army. Support the show (https://w…
 
I read my poem "Thank You" - written after receiving a book about wild bees as a present - and we talk about the tension between an artistic approach to the living world and the scientific standpoint. How does this tension affect the work of a psychologist, where both empathy and scientific detachment are needed?…
 
In this episode I comment on PMQs (Prime Ministers Questions) without the PM or Leader of the Opposition but the Deputy Prime Minister and the Shadow Leader of the Opposition, the fiasco of the mass email sent out by the MOD (Ministry of Defence) and the effects of mass immigration over the last 30 years. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.…
 
Episode 43: Stop calling Emotional Intelligence a soft skill! During a time when your EI (Emotional Intelligence) is as important- if not more so important than your IQ, we sat down to better understand this with Dr Karina De Bruin who teaches and measures EI for a living. Although this is a competency that can be taught, it is by no means easy. Ka…
 
Karin gives Jason a VERY surprising answer to what she wants us to know about her, talks about her inspiration for her cheeky and thought provoking book The Ins and Outs of my Vagina: A Penetrating Memoir and Jason and Karin explore the very close relationship between anger and sadness. "Trust your intuition. You have all the answers that you need …
 
Hang in there Bayside, every cloud has a silver lining and it’s time to sink our teeth into this week’s episode. Have you picked up on our not too subtle hint? This week we discuss the interesting (and not so interesting) origin stories of some of your favourite idioms and phrases. We get feedback on our recent board game banter and share heated Pi…
 
Dr. Autumn-Lynn Harrison is Program Manager of the Migratory Connectivity Project and a Research Ecologist at the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Duke University and an Affiliate Professor at George Mason University. Her research focuses on the migration of marine animals such as seabirds and seals. …
 
Michael and Mark talk to comedian, style icon and Drag Race Down Under judge Rhys Nicholson, about lifting washing machines, personal branding and how to get rid of f@ckheads. menkind are on Patreon! If you enjoy listening, would like access to audio and video extras every week, and are able to support us, you can find us at patreon.com/menkindpodc…
 
Rodney Trudgeon’s guest on this week’s edition of People of Note is a truly multi-talented South African composer, musician and teacher. LIAM PITCHER is known primarily for blending elements of classical, electroacoustic and electronica music as well as for his distinctive piano improvisations. In fact he has just released a 10 CD set of his improv…
 
I read one of my latest poems, Holiday Hints, which combines two slices of what to do in different emergencies (fire and tide) with advice I hear from a pebble found on a Scottish beach... We explore the power of stones, their use in therapy and talk about threatening, or challenging situations.Door Simon Corble and Adriana Summers
 
Here is another Tim's rant, after Boris Johnson's reshuffle and the appointment of Liz Truss to the Foreign Office lets hope she can shack the place up and also get some dialog going with the Taliban to get our Embassy back in Kabul very soon. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/TimHeale)Door Tim Heale
 
On the ‘Matt Talks Wine & Stuff with Interesting People’ Podcast I’m joined with Founder & wine maker for Cloudsley Cellars (@cloudsleycellars) Adam Lowy! So great going to visit Adam and try all his single vineyard wines with the background for our tasting being the specific vineyards the grapes come from. We chat about his passion for all things …
 
Jena is back! In this very special episode, one of our favorite guests Jena Kingsley is back to catch us up on everything she is up to. We chat about her hilarious podcast Social Studies w/ Jena Kingsley, Jena gives some real advice for those who want to get into comedy and talks about what makes for the best relationships. Jena is a comic, writer,…
 
Welcome back to the Bayside Bubble for more lockdown banter. On today’s episode we revisit the end of the Paralympics, and share feedback from a listener on on pantry organisation. We discuss the state of our nails six weeks into the latest lockdown before settling on our main topic for the day, board games! We share the concepts, origins and tidbi…
 
Dr. Jennifer Grandis is a Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Director of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, and Associate Vice Chancellor of Clinical and Translational Research at the University of California, San Francisco. She is also an American Cancer Society Professor. Jennifer is a Cancer Bio…
 
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