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Forward-thinking feminists Alana J. Webster and Jacklyn Chung-Young don’t hold back when discussing societal issues facing women and people of color in the new weekly podcast, Black & Yellow. Armed with research and wit, the ladies delve into the complexities of being a Black or Asian woman in today’s world. From CP Time to sexual harassment, Jacklyn and Alana offer their intersectional perspective on what’s happening in our society today and ways to stay as woke as possible. See acast.com/p ...
 
Just like any podcast we aim to stand out, We are an active podcast grouped together like a link in a chain looking to broadcast our sessions as well as explaining, talking about, and exploring the beauty of life. This podcast is intended for people who are outgoing, confident, and holistically an awesome person. Not only will our podcast have unique topics but just genuinely unique people talking on them as well. As a small podcast we distribute our knowledge through conversation and give o ...
 
Join The Gist of Freedom weekly live online discussion is a celebration of the African American experience—honoring all the people, past and present, black and white—who have determined to preserve history in literature, craftsmanship and artifact.
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
Krav Maga is not just a self defence system, it is a way of life. Warriors den is a podcast for Kravist, fighters, martial artists, warriors, politicians and general citizens. Consider this: “The Society that separates scholars from its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools” – Thucydides Your host Jonathan Fader UTKM Co-Founder talks to guest in an open and uncensored format about their fights, their philosophies, and their lives. No topic is taboo an ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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Agite a sua terrible towel, torcedor dos Steelers! Neste episódio, Danillo Batista, Germano Coutinho e Ricardo Resende discutem o que de pior aconteceu em Steelers at Bengals semana 12 2021. MENCIONADOS NO EPISÓDIO Steelers 10 @ 41 Bengals – Semana 12 Não tem melhores momentos, gente, pelo amor de deus Edição: Danillo Batista (@DanilloBatista) Siga…
 
Welcome to Very Literary August! This month we are all about the written word, and how those words meet our fingertips. This episode we are talking to an astute and brutally honest, young feminist writer who is taking us inside the fight for a feminist future. This convo is as hot as these August temperatures! Check It Out. Put Your Money Where You…
 
As youth mental health issues escalate here and globally, a clinical psychologist says it's imperative to listen young people about what services would best help them. Kerry Gibson is an Associate Professor from the University of Auckland and has done extensive research on the matter, including asking young people where they'd like to go for suppor…
 
Technology commentator Dr Mahsa Mohaghegh joins Kathryn to look at where tech is set to head in 2022, and how working from home in the pandemic has driven a rapid digital transformation in many businesses. She'll also talk about AI in facial recognition tools and the resultant privacy concerns, particularly in the wake of the big fine in the UK for…
 
American author Marissa Meyer has spent much of the past decade reimagining the classic fairy stories we think we know so well, and turning them into smash hits. Her first novel, Cinder, became a New York Times bestseller, and she followed it up with three more installments in her Lunar Chronicles series. Then came an Alice in Wonderland prequel - …
 
UK correspondent Hugo Gye joins Kathryn to look at how cases of the Omicron variant are on the rise as the British government looks to speed up its booster campaign. The UK and France are still at loggerheads over how to stop dangerous and illegal crossings of the English Channel in small boats. Labour's had a reshuffle, with leader Keir Starmer ap…
 
A new "anti-troll" law in Australia will hold social media platforms liable for hurtful comments on their websites. The law will define the social media companies like Facebook and Instagram as the publisher of the comments which will allow them to be targeted for defamation claims.If a claim goes to court, the platform will be required to "unmask"…
 
New Zealanders are paying too much for house and contents insurance, according to a new survey. Consumer NZ's price comparison survey shows climate and natural hazard risk is being factored in, and is more expensive than ever. Quotes for a large house differed by more than $3,000 across Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin, and…
 
Science commentator Dr Siouxsie Wiles joins Kathryn to talk about infections in immunocompromised people, and a new study which shows why it's a good reminder to be cautious and keep using masks, even when vaccinated. And an analysis from France during its first wave of Covid has found pregnant women were 60 times more likely to be admitted to ICU …
 
Author George Lockyer embarked on a mission around the country to find some of the more quirky uses Kiwis have for their garages. He found vintage cars, inventions, a military museum, a brewery - quite a successful one - a repair shop, sculpture studio and a radio shack. The result is his book Kiwi Garages - Inside New Zealanders' Happy Places. Geo…
 
Few conversations in Aotearoa pass without some reference to the weather. Is the rain coming in? Is the wind direction changing? Can the barbeque go ahead? Meteorologist and Head of Weather Communications at Metservice, Lisa Murray talks about the weather for a living. But she and her colleagues also carry a heavy responsibility when it comes to pr…
 
Australia correspondent Bernard Keane joins Kathryn to talk about a report released yesterday which found one third of Parliamentary employees had been sexually harassed. The Parliamentary schedule was released yesterday and it's very light on sitting days ahead of next year's election, and a 40 year old report from an Australian spy agency detaile…
 
Managed retreat is on the table for Dunedin's iconic southern coastline, which is being eroded by climate-related sea level rise. Dunedin City Council's recently released Whakahekerau-Rakiatea Rautaki Tai/St Clair-St Kilda Coastal Plan reviews four coastal management options, including coastal setback to shore-up the coast between these beaches. Th…
 
409 days from entering politics, Christopher Luxon is the new leader of the National party, promising a "reset" and to lead a party for all New Zealanders. The former Chief Executive of Air New Zealand and senior executive at Unilever, says he will bring his real world experience to the role, as he rebuilds the party torn apart by division and in-f…
 
Photographer Juliet Nicholas and writer Sue Allison have produced a collection of New Zealand's most magnificent gardens, and met the inspired gardeners behind them. In the Company of Gardener has enough botanical detail to appeal to the most experienced of gardeners, while its stunning photography will also inspire newcomers to don gardening glove…
 
Pattrick says the Trade Window listing last week must be the most successful on the NZX for a very long time. Not only did it actually get to listing in the face of so many falling over this year, but it provided the biggest 'stag' in recent memory. He also discusses the politics versus the economics of slow border opening, however a lot of skilled…
 
World-leading New Zealand research hopes to provide a cheaper solution for earthquake strengthening in higher-risk buildings. Kathryn speaks with Dr Enrique del Rey Castillo, University of Auckland Civil and Environmental Engineering lecturer and lead researcher in a project to earthquake strengthen damaged or earthquake-prone concrete walls, colum…
 
While the National Party was in the throes of its leadership crisis last Wednesday night, Parliament's Speaker had hours earlier taken the highly unusual step of lambasting the Labour government over the way it rushed through the far reaching traffic light system legislation, under urgency. The law that seriously curbs the freedom of unvaccinated p…
 
Neale Jones and Brigitte Morten talk to Kathryn about the National leadership in disarray and the new front runners to lead the Party. Also Speaker, Trevor Mallard's criticism of the Government over the 'Traffic Light' legislation. And more worry on the Covid 19 front with the advent of a new strain, Omicron, which is surfacing globally and is in A…
 
Yorta Yorta woman Dianne O'Brien was raised in the era of the White Australia policy, a child of the stolen generation. Her memoir Daughter of the River Country - is a story of survival and triumph, raised by a loving adoptive mother and a distant and abusive father. She didn't find out she was Aboriginal until adulthood. Her adult life was marred …
 
Europe is taking no chances with the new Covid 19 Omicron variant. EU states have moved quickly to restrict the arrival of passengers from numerous countries in southern Africa. Tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine and Belarus have gone up a notch, with the Ukrainian President claiming his government has uncovered an imminent Russian-b…
 
From combating Covid, to climate change action, plans for water reform, child poverty and the housing crisis - public policy attempts to solve a myriad problems. So why do some policies succeed and others fail? Kathryn speaks with Canterbury University public policy academics Sonia Mazey and Jeremy Richardson whose book, Policy Making Under Pressur…
 
There are concerns more post-grad students at our tertiary institutions will abandon their research because they simply can't afford to continue. A new paper out today analyses how the stipend portion of scholarships and awards granted to PhD and Masters candidates haven't kept pace with minimum wage - let alone the living wage. It found from 2000 …
 
Travel restrictions are being reintroduced around the world after a new Covid-19 "variant of concern" was detected. The World Health Organisation says Omicron has a large number of mutations, and early evidence suggests an increased reinfection risk. It's the first strain to be declared a variant of concern since the detection of Delta. Kathryn ask…
 
AUT Human Resource Management Professor Jarrod Harr's warning to employers "Ignore the Great Resignation phenomenon at your peril, and start future proofing your businesses". The findings of AUT's latest nationwide Wellbeing @Work rolling survey, guages the intentions of 1000 workers and shows the Great Resignation is happening here.…
 
Film and TV correspondent Tamar Munch looks at new drama-horror series Yellowjackets (Neon, Soho), in which a girls' soccer team survive a plane crash but are still living with the trauma of being stuck in the wild 25 years later. The series stars New Zealand actress Melanie Lynskey. She'll also preview a new 8-part documentary series about Scribe …
 
Technology commentator Peter Griffin joins Kathryn to look at hype around the rise of Web 3.0 - what it is, who's pushing it and why some think it could be the answer to the dominance of Big Tech companies. He's also look at why Meta has delayed introducing encryption to Facebook Messenger and Instagram until 2023.…
 
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