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Hi everyone. I'm Josh. I'm a writer. A teacher. A lifelong student of world mythologies and cosmologies. This podcast is called The Emerald: Currents and Trends Through a Mythic Lens. Offering perspectives on everything from current global events to cultural movements in art, science, music, literature, yoga practice, and politics, all through the framework of myth, story and imagination. The Emerald. All that's happening on this green jewel in space.
 
Join us for Leeds in Conversation as we bring together voices from across the city to talk about the latest projects and initiatives in Leeds. From discussion and regular updates on the cities creative industry, transport developments, digital innovations, cultural events, business opportunities and more, join us every fortnight to unlock what is happening in the UK’s second largest city.
 
Tired of being gaslit by progressive media? Wanna fight back against deceptive narratives being pushed across the globe? At the Lucas Skrobot show we tear down cultural & geopolitical events giving you the context you need to expose the worldviews driving the cultural agendas of our day. Ultimately connecting back to why it matters to your world, and how to order our lives and society to own the future. Join Lucas Skrobot and follow the show on your favorite podcasts app today to understand ...
 
Global Americans and the Canadian Council for the Americas presents Two gringos with questions, an interview series featuring political and cultural leaders from across the Americas. Your hosts GA Board Member Chris Sabatini and CCA’s President Kenneth Frankel, two gringos who focus on and work in Latin America and the Caribbean, will ask policymakers, business leaders and cultural movers and shakers about their views on the region and its future. The series will provide informal and unexpec ...
 
Mental Health Arts is a year-round arts programme led by the Mental Health Foundation Scotland, built around the annual Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF). Established in 2007, the festival is one of the largest of its kind in the world and among Scotland's most diverse cultural events, covering everything from music, film and visual art to theatre, dance, and literature.
 
RTHK' s The Works focuses on Hong Kong's arts and cultural scene. The Works features news and reviews of visual and performing arts, design, literary and other “ works ” . Added illumination comes from interviews with leading performers and producers, interspersed with updates on events affecting the development of the territory 's artistic and cultural life. There's also in – most weeks – a live studio performance. The Works is aired on RTHK 31 every Wednesday at 19:10. We're on Facebook ht ...
 
A fan’s perspective is what we major in! Tune in to hear us discuss topics surrounding the Hip Hop/Rap genre. The name of our Podcast "We Major" is inspired by the record by Kanye West ft. NAS who are our favorite artist's of all time. We Cover an array of different topics including music, fashion (sneaker's), sports, film, and cultural events.
 
CBC Radio's All In A Day is Ottawa's number one afternoon drive program -- and covers all of Eastern Ontario and West Quebec. Join Alan Neal each weekday for a fresh take on the news you need to know, regular weather and traffic updates, an overview of the best cultural events the area has to offer, and insightful interviews with politicians, musicians, thinkers and more. Contact the show at allinaday@cbc.ca or follow along on Twitter @cbcallinaday
 
New perspectives on video game culture and current events, every other Tuesday. We have fun, we go deep, and we explore the love of games within a broader social and cultural context while challenging conventional notions of what it means to be a "gamer"— and who gets to call themselves one. https://www.pixeltherapypod.com/
 
Competing political, scientific, religious and cultural organizations all want you to accept their explanations. We don't care what you believe - we just want to help you examine things from all the angles, with a foundational goal of seeking deeper understanding, and, identifying objective truths, wherever they can be located. The Reluctant Commentators work tirelessly to bring objectivity to current cultural, political, and scientific, events, approaching the conventional wisdom on wide-ra ...
 
Giving you a behind the scenes insight into the biggest YouTubers, and online personalities. People see the glossy finish of having millions of followers, big brand deals, and earning more than some of the most highly paid CEO’s in the world. But how have they done it? Who are the people behind the scenes? What’s allowed them to succeed over everyone else trying to? Elliott, a YouTuber with 8 million subscribers, and Grace unpack the trends and current events happening in gaming and internet ...
 
We strive for more equitable access to our community’s public space by: • Producing vibrant community events that encourage cultural exchange, facilitate dialogue, and activate ownership over our streets • Promoting active transportation as a means to better health, enjoyment and increased quality of life • Highlighting the economic and social benefit of livable streets • Aiding efforts to create engaging environments through the arts • Partnering with community and civic groups to reimagine ...
 
Walter Bingham travels all over Israel and the international Jewish world to bring you in-depth reports in his exciting magazine style program. Topics range from cultural and entertainment events and social problems to major political interviews and statements recorded live as they happen. He holds up a mirror at Jewish life and paints pictures in sound. His many famous guests have included Alan Dershowitz, Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks, Charles Krauthammer, John Bolton, German film star Iris Berbe ...
 
The Asian Law Students' Association was founded in 2014 with the aim to provide a friendly and inclusive support network for students of a shared cultural background together by providing social, educational and cultural opportunities at Victoria University. We facilitate a mentoring programme for students and host a range of events, including the popular Dumpling Day, BYOs and speaker events throughout the year. ALSA encourages students of all backgrounds including international exchange st ...
 
The Lucas Miles Show hosts an eclectic list of top national guests, like Hollywood’s, Candace Cameron Bure, Mario Lopez, and Kathie Lee Gifford, to Christian pastors like Chad Veach and Will Graham, to news and culture figures such as Rabbi Leder, Sean Hannity, and more! The show features deep diving long form interviews to help Lucas and his audience get to know his guests in new and exciting ways. Lucas brings his background as filmmaker, pastor, author, entrepreneur, and lay theologian, t ...
 
Brash, irreverent, informative and open to all manner conversations. Hattage Underground provides the most colorful commentary on social, cultural, political and entertainment issues, news and current events. Life time cohorts and longtime antagonists of the sensitive. Hosted by Mr. Unpopular opinion aka The METABaron, accompanied by your neighborhood surly villain VoiceTheVILLAIN, the enigmatic MACHOSAMPSON and man of the people Bee Dub, the latest addition to the Team.
 
Welcome to St Louis In Tune, where we size up current and historic events involving people, places, and things in areas such as the arts, crime, education, employment, faith, finance, food, history, housing, humor, justice, and sports. The interviews on our weekly podcast help give you the edge to live a more informed life. We discuss more than just St. Louis as we connect the Gateway City to our country's cultural fabric and lives. The show is co-hosted by Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston.
 
Humans Being is one-hour podcast hosted by world-renowned saxophonist Kirk Whalum. In each episode, Kirk will guide us through an entertaining mix of stories from his lengthy career, musings on spirituality and politics, observations about world events and conversations with celebrities and media personalities. And, of course, impromptu jam sessions with artists you know and some you should know. Kirk’s objective is to inspire, entertain and increase our collective spiritual territory!
 
Your Network Of Praise Podcasts cover a wide spectrum of topics: from special events going on in our 60+signal and 5-state broadcasting region, to in-depth interviews with music artists and national leaders, calls to prayer, and moving testimonies, and key ways for believers to be involved in critical issues in cultural reform. The reoccurring theme is to share the hope and encouragement always available in Christ, regardless of the topic, pressing issue, or current trends facing our nation. ...
 
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Fiordland locals hope a masterplan being unveiled for their region today doesn't just become all talk and no action. The Milford Opportunities Project was started back in 2017 to provide a future direction for iconic Piopiotahi and the surrounding area. The project received a $15 million boost from the government to help get it off the ground. Repo…
 
How Samoan culture struggles with the shame of abuse has been outlined to the inquiry into abuse in care. The Royal Commission is this week focusing on how abuse has damaged Pacific people living in this country. While some are willing to be named, others feel the need to tell their story anonymously. Reporter Andrew McRae has been following the he…
 
There are still security problems at a youth justice residence in Auckland where two young people escaped through a window and went on the run last year. The Office of the Children's Commissioner has inspected the Korowai Manaaki Youth Justice Residence, a secure facility for young offenders and those waiting to go to trial. It found many improveme…
 
A newly discovered painting by Frances Hodgkins was sold last night in Auckland for $260,000. The 115-year-old work was among the main attractions at a keenly watched art auction, which also included works by the ever-elusive Banksy and two by CF Goldie. Other works - not all - went for better amounts than their earlier estimates. It was the one wa…
 
Teachers say learning te reo and tikanga Māori is making them better teachers. A hundred-million-dollar programme, launched this month, aims to teach the language to forty-thousand early childhood and school teachers. The lessons are part of a push to ensure Maori is spoken more widely in schools. Here's our education correspondent, John Gerritsen …
 
The jury in the trial of police killer Eli Epiha, found him guilty of the attempted murder of Constable David Goldfinch after deliberating for ten hours Epiha had admitted murdering Constable Matthew Hunt and reckless driving causing injury, but denied that he intended to kill Goldfinch when he opened fire. The jury's decision was not unanimous but…
 
The hospitality sector is hoping the Bledisloe Cup will still be a success - despite almost no Austrailians being let into the country. The trans-Tasman bubble is on pause for eight weeks as Austrailia struggles to contain the Delta variant of Covid-19. At the same time, the Wallabies are being given permission - on economic grounds - to enter New …
 
A leading family doctor backs extending Covid-19 vaccinations to group 4 at this time even before group 3 has been fully immunised. From today, New Zealanders in group 4 are able to book to receive the jab, while many in group 3 are also yet to get the jab. General Practice New Zealand chair and Wellington GP Jeff Lowe spoke to Corin Dann.…
 
We have a winner in this year's Supreme Pie Awards. Auckland baker Sopheap Long of Euro Patisserie in Torbay last night took out the 24th Bakels NZ Supreme Pie Award with what's described as a seriously good steak and cheese pie. It must have been seriously good to convince celebrity chef and judge, Peter Gordon, who had said he was looking for a w…
 
Four police officers who faced attacks and racial slurs as they defended the US Capitol Building in the January riot there have given graphic testimony before the House of Representatives. It was the first hearing before the congressional committee set up to investigate the attack by a mob of supporters trying to overturn the election loss of then-…
 
Staff at Te Arawhiti, the Office for Māori Crown Relations, are leaving the agency at high rates, with multiple former Māori staff accusing it of racism. In 2020 almost on in three people who joined the organisation within a year - that's the highest staff turnover rate of any government ministry or core agency. RNZ understands one long-serving Māo…
 
The National Party has raised the possibility New Zealand could have avoided the Suhayra Aden situation if it had adopted Australia's law that strips terror suspects of citizenship. Aden, who has links with ISIS, was born in New Zealand, but moved to Australia when she was six, and flew to Syria on an Australian passport in 2014. The case became Ne…
 
Police Commissioner Andrew Coster says New Zealand's style of policing, whcih does not involve general arming, is what makes officers on the ground safer. It comes after calls for adding more firepower to the frontline after a spate of high-profile firearms incidents and the trial of an officer who killed an officer. Eli Epiha had already pleaded g…
 
Police killer Eli Epiha will be sentenced in October for shooting two officers - one fatally - in Auckland last June. Epiha had already admitted murdering constable Matthew Hunt and yesterday a jury found him guilty of the attempted murder of officer David Goldfinch. After a two week trial and 10 hours of deliberations, the jury also found getaway …
 
The long-awaited rollout of Covid-19 vaccines to the general population starts today, but the government is being told to come clean about when people can really expect to get their shot. The first portion of the 2 million people that are in group 4 are now eligible to get their jab. Hamish Cardwell filed this report.…
 
The Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism is winning plaudits for its work in hobbling the online work of violent extremists. The US-based organisation was founded by Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube in 2017 after the terrorist attacks in Paris. It allows for greater collaboration between member companies, including the ability to qui…
 
In this episode, stand-up comedian Ajay Thakkar recaps Andy Murray's withdrawal from the olympics, Kei Nishikori vs. Andrey Rublev and Nick Kyrgios comments on Clay Tournaments, In news outside of tennis, Ajay discusses NPR's hitpiece on Ben Shapiro and what it truly means, Joe Rogan vs. Marc Maron, Tucker Carlson getting yelled at by some dude in …
 
The four legged members of New Zealand's Olympic team have been settling into their air-conditioned stables in Tokyo ahead of competition later this week. Much like the human athletes, the horses have a big support crew in tow - including grooms, a farrier, vet and even their own physiotherapist. Maja Burry filed this report from Tokyo.…
 
The trial of two men accused over the mysterious death and entombment of an underworld drug figure has started in Auckland. The remains of Wang Baochang, known as Ricky Wang, were found set in concrete off the Desert Road, two and a half years after he went missing. Five men were eventually charged - three have already pleaded guilty to helping hid…
 
The New South Wales Covid-19 outbreak is continuing to grow; two more have died, and there are currently almost 2000 active cases - including 145 new cases reported yesterday. A decision on whether or not to extend the Greater Sydney lockdown is due in coming days, but it's a safe bet it won't be lifted. Things are looking grim - and New South Wale…
 
The inquiry into abuse in care has been told that a lack of cultural recognition in the treatment of mental health patients is a form of abuse. Leota Dr Lisi Petaia says it's important to strike a balance between cultural and clinical approaches to the care of Pacific patients. Reporter Andrew McRae has been at the Royal Commission hearing in South…
 
Covid-19 may have tipped 18,000 more children into poverty. The Child Poverty Action Group says its modelling shows more whānau have been doing it tough since the nationwide lockdown - with Māori and Pacific the hardest hit. It says the government hasn't acted with enough urgency. Social issues reporter Sarah Robson has the story.…
 
One of New Zealand's big god medal hopes at the Tokyo Olympics get their campaign underway today. As well as being the defending Games champions, sailors Peter Burling and Blair Tuke are six-time world champions in the 49er class. The multi-talented duo arrive at their third Olympics fresh off playing key roles in Team New Zealand's successful defe…
 
An expert in counterterrorism says if there is any risk involved in bringing Islamic State-linked woman Suhayra Aden to New Zealand it is more for her than it is for the rest of the country. [audio_play] "If there is a threat in this equation it is the threat to her, and her family." The National Party says it's outrageous the details behind the ar…
 
An expert in the Middle East is backing plans to bring a woman linked to Islamic State back into New Zealand. Cabinet ministers have agreed to accept Suhayra Aden and her two children into the country - but won't reveal when they'll arrive or what conditions they'll be under. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will only say a plan is place to keep New Z…
 
It could be 2022 before the wastewater pipe which has burst twice in the past 10 days in Porirua is properly replaced. Over the weekend, Ngāti Toa Rangatira put a two-week rāhui on Te Awarua o Porirua because of the sewage spills The broken main pipe remains in use but it's is a fragile condition, threatening to burst again. Harry Lock reports.…
 
Students and principals are backing moves to tackle racism in schools. They say unconscious bias is behind deep and long-standing inequities in the education system that leave Māori and Pacific children with poor results. Māori news reporter Jamie Tahana reports in the first of a series of stories on efforts to make schools, and teachers, more bicu…
 
Motorhomes and horse trucks are being forced off the road under rule changes brought in by Waka Kotahi, the NZ Transport Agency. Owners say it is surprising, devastating and absurd - and costing them tens of thousands of dollars. One manufacturer says thousands of vehicles will be affected. Phil Pennington reports…
 
The National Party says it's outrageous the details behind the arrival of a New Zealand woman linked to Islamic State are not being disclosed. Suhayra Aden and her two children were detained by Turkey after trying to illegally cross the Syrian border earlier this year. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says police and other agencies are involved in pla…
 
The latest film by New Zealand producer and director Jane Campion is among the front-runners to claim the top prize - the Golden Lion - at this year's Venice Film Festival. The Power of the Dog will premier at the festival in September and despite being only seen by a select few, it is already being regarded as an Oscar nominee contender. Screen Da…
 
Police have confirmed there is an investigation into Suhayra Aden ahead of her return to New Zealand. The government yesterday agreed to allow the 26-year old and her two children to be repatriated here from Turkey - but they won't reveal when they'll arrive or what conditions they'll be under. Political Editor Jane Patterson spoke to Susie Ferguso…
 
A counter-terrorism expert says there is no reason to lay charges against a woman linked to the Islamic State. Police have confirmed there is an investigation into Suhayra Aden ahead of her return to New Zealand. The government yesterday agreed to allow the 26-year old and her two children to be repatriated here from Turkey - but they won't reveal …
 
Less than a quarter of people who received an initial invitation to the country's first mass Covid-19 vaccination have booked a slot. The three-day clinic at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau starts on Friday and aims to give shots to more 15,000 people. It was supposed to be centred around Manukau Institute of Technology students and their fam…
 
Motorhomes and horsetrucks are being forced off the road, and owners are facing bills of $20,000 or more as a result of rule changes brought in by the Transport Agency. Vehicles are being knocked back if they have had their cab modified since 2005 It is common to modify them to include either a crawlthrough or walkthrough from the cab into the back…
 
Opposition parties are demanding the Government be more transparent about the case of an accused terrorist headed for New Zealand. Cabinet ministers have agreed to accept Suhayra Aden and her two children into the country - but won't reveal when they'll arrive or what conditions they'll be under. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will only say a plan i…
 
Less than a quarter of those sent initial invitations to the country's first mass Covid-19 vaccination event booked a slot. The three-day event starts Friday at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau and aims to reach at least 15,500 people. It was supposed to be limited to the Manukau Institute of Technology students and their families to try stop …
 
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