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Ben Nicholson-Smith is Sportsnet’s baseball editor. Arden Zwelling is a senior writer. Together, they bring you the most in-depth Blue Jays podcast in the league, covering off all the latest news with opinion and analysis, as well as interviews with other insiders and people around the team.
 
What would it sound like if the scientists producing some of the latest research also produced podcasts about their work? Listen to Caltech Letters Podcasts to find out! In all our shows, you'll hear Caltech researchers blending science and storytelling to bring you the latest findings in their fields as well as a window into how science works, breaks, and moves forward. We believe communicating our research honestly reveals how scientists view their own work, and helps us all understand how ...
 
New episodes each Wednesday! "Love Letters to Kellie...the Podcast!" hosted by Kellie Rasberry and her longtime producer Robert Ehrman. Each week, Robert will read letters from listeners who are in need of advice from the Love Expert. Whether it's a teenager dealing with a first crush, a single person trying to find love online, or a spouse hoping to save a crumbling marriage, Kellie will give advice that may be tough to hear, but always comes straight from the heart. Write her for advice: L ...
 
If tomorrow was your final day on Earth, what would you write today? Hosted by 7 time military photographer of the year Jeremy Lock, Last Letters are true stories celebrating personal storytelling by illuminating both the diversity and commonality of human experiences. Guests include people globally from all walks of life: military, astronauts, students, homeless, yo-yo champions, mechanics, exonerated prisoners, headhunters, cab drivers, veterans, Nobel laureates and everyone in between. Th ...
 
This is Sunday Letters (formally The Larb), the weekly audio newsletter on life, work, & the pursuit of happiness. Content follows the written newsletter going out to subscribers every Sunday, and topics include psychology, philosophy, society and culture. Using these as a foundation, I explore the meaning and purpose of daily work; why we do it and what would we do without it. I examine the nature of the self; who am I? Who are you? How did we get here and where are we going? In Sunday Lett ...
 
“Accessibility” is more than just a setting on your phone or something you do to help the disabled – it’s the reason we have talking devices, voice recognition and sidewalk ramps. We couldn’t have an inclusive, diverse society without accessibility specialists working behind the scenes to make sure products and services work for everyone. 13 Letters features some of the world’s leading accessibility minds, talking about what they do and how accessibility affects billions of people every day.
 
“Anyone can write to a prisoner on death row...” From the makers of the hit true-crime documentary series ‘I Am a Killer’ comes a gripping, immersive, and personal journey into the minds of murderers. Hosted by documentary makers Zoe Hines and Ned Parker, ‘Letters From A Killer’ reveals the intimate letters they’ve received from convicted murderers facing life in prison or the death penalty. Each episode, we explore the thoughts of men and women who kill through their own words, as Zoe and N ...
 
Letters from the Lunchroom is brought to you by Communities In Schools of Mid-America. Communities In Schools (CIS) is a nationwide non-profit, which connects students and their families to local resources in order to remove barriers so that they will have greater success in school and in life. During this podcast, we talk to people who have a relationship with CIS. From students to staff members, and alumni to volunteers, we know that people who connect with non-profits have a story that le ...
 
Do you often find yourself feeling lost and confused in life? Full of questions and searching for answers? Do you often find yourself wondering what is the most attractive instrument to play or whether or not it is okay to wear a trench coat on a first date? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you have come to the right place. Letters to Jules and Josh is a podcast for regular people who have regular problems and want to receive silly advice from two unqualified best friends. ...
 
Now in its fifth consecutive season, LETTERS READ is the series of usually live events in which local performance artists interpret personal letters written by culturally vital individuals from various times and Louisiana communities and is an ongoing series presented by stationer Nancy Sharon Collins and Antenna. Due to COVID-19, events are podcast.
 
Letters to Italy is a seven-part series about the impact of Covid-19 on Italian immigrants in the Bay Area. How did Italian expats feel when they received news of their country being the epicenter of the pandemic in the Western world, and how did it affect their distant relationship to home? At the intersection of personal memoir and documentary, each episode features conversations with an Italian expat to hear how the pandemic reshaped their life in the U.S., and how they tried to remain co ...
 
Welcome to the Love Letters From God Podcast! My name is Eliza and in 2019, God put it on my heart to start a podcast. I was hesitant, as I was someone who had a fear of stage fright. I began to pray and God brought me on a journey of defining who I am in Christ: a child of God. He has since removed this fear and has implanted in me a desire to spread his glory and love to all. This podcast is designed for you to hear from the Father's heart in a letter addressed to you. Join me each Monday ...
 
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It was billed as “the biggest event in the history of the terminally online.” A debate: socialism vs. capitalism. On your left side, the esteemed Marxist economist Richard Wolff. On your right, a StarCraft player-turned-Twitch intellectual: Steven Bonnel II, better known as Destiny. We dissect the debate, and its limitations. But more broadly, we a…
 
Letters from the Lunchroom is a podcast that shows you a new side of Communities In Schools, a nationwide non-profit which provides support services for at-risk students. We know that people who engage with non-profits have a story to tell, and we want to hear that story. From students to staff members, and alumni to volunteers, our host, Victoria,…
 
The Blue Jays are playing well – maybe surprisingly well. Arden and Ben take stock of the Blue Jays and wonder when top prospect Alek Manoah could join the roster. Music Outro: The Backstays – Forever Gold Bricks Listen to their latest album “Tributaries” here! This episode is produced and sound engineered by Christian Ryan and hosted by Arden Zwel…
 
Aaron and Sadie join Kate for a birthday lunch. Kim introduces Sadie to Rodney, whom she has treatments with. Sadie and Zora have a talk with Marina about Kim’s diagnosis. This show will contain mentions of a suicide attempt, addiction, anxiety, child abuse and neglect, death, depression, homophobia, internalized mysogyny, racism, self-harm, seriou…
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkbKVNWrTAQ&t=26s Guest: Claudio Saunt [1] is Richard B. Russell Professor in American History and Co-Director of the Center for Virtual History at the University of Georgia. He is the author of four books, including West of the Revolution [2] (2014), Black, White, and Indian [3] (2005), and A New Order of Things [4]…
 
This week’s episode starts off with an email from April who is hoping Jules and Josh can settle a debate between her and her boyfriend. The boys break down the pros and cons of the age-old outside clothes on the bed question before offering a final verdict that will be sure to shake things up for the couple. Next, financially stable jacked king Dal…
 
“I don’t remember exactly when, but I lit the flare and ran. Only later did I learn that there were three people in the house” In 2014, Shey Weiker announced to friends that all child molesters deserved to die. Believing that her son had been abused by her ex-brother in law, she committed arson in an act of angry vigilante justice. True Crime docum…
 
Writer and radio producer Sara Marinelli introduces the series by sharing some of her Letters to Italy that she has been writing since the onset of the pandemic. Through a collage of voice-memos, phone calls, radio news, journal entries, and music recorded on Italian balconies, Sara explores her sense of belonging and ways to connect from afar with…
 
Have you ever been tempted to write a hate letter? Should you do it? So often I hear people, in a fit of pique say, “I’m gonna write a letter!” This is usually in response to some company who has foisted a faulty product on us or to a politician who has disappointed us. But, we harbor anger to...由Love Letters Live
 
Two issues?! In this economy? Show Notes: Run Time: 1:33:36 Adam and I are in rare form! We're always in rare form, though — not fully cooked. Half baked, if you will. We tell a hero/villain team-up story, as requested. But it takes us more issues than we thought! You get twice as many issues (and twice as many team-ups) as anticipated! Then, a var…
 
Living with Alzheimer's. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a parent with Alzheimer's living with you? How about as a young woman? Lee Ann shares her story of faith from a little Italian girl, who never knew her father. She was raised by her single mom who though she only had the opportunity to complete a 6th grade education gave …
 
In Chapter 4 of "Not My Thesis," Jane Panangaden explains the abstract world of pure math and the delights of exploring it, as well as her work advocating for tenants' rights in Pasadena. While dividing her time between writing proofs and legislation, Jane grapples with how we apply our skills, technical or otherwise, to bring a different world int…
 
A vow renewal is a special breed of new beginning. It’s not just a restatement of original promises; it’s about a couple reaffirming their love and mutual commitment after years of lived experience. Which is exactly why Cindy Brown and Sharon McMahon chose to do it again and again. Plus, Meredith drops in on a (virtual) mass vow renewal ceremony or…
 
In today's episode, I’m sitting down with Emily Frase and Mary Bruno - both women who’ve been guests on the podcast before. They’re back because they’ve recently founded FabM Base, an online resource and database to help women tackle tough topics surrounding fertility, reproduction, and women’s health. It’s an amazing place where science and real l…
 
I've been considering bringing this bad boy back to life, and while the break has been long, it seems to make sense. I've been writing Sunday Letters since 2015, and while I occasioned to narrate some issues, or at least talk on the particular week's topic, renaming the podcast in line with the newsletter never occurred to me until recently. I laun…
 
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