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Join Melissa every Monday as she dives deep into the weirdest, funniest, sciency-est ways in which animals intersect at humanity. Let's meet the Canadian cat who solved a murder and advanced forensic technology. How did fish farts nearly cause bombs to fly between Russia and Sweden? How did a pigeon save 194 soldiers in wartime? Why are honey bees trained to find unexploded landmines in Croatia?And, how do these animals intersect with bigger topics, like fake news, mental health, environment ...
 
Jeremy Schulman is a Commercial litigator. And our team does focus on resolving the most complex and challenging commercial disputes facing our clients through litigation, arbitration, mediation, and informal negotiation. We have vast experience representing clients in nearly every industry sector. We represent companies of all sizes, locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. We represent individuals with valuable commercial interests to protect. We represent both plaintiffs and ...
 
New Media Central is the future of alternative media. Free from establishment influence, NMC amplifies the voices of independent thinkers, journalists, and broadcasters. NMC arms its audience with information not necessarily shared by mainstream media sources who are manipulated by the strongarm of corporate and political figureheads in Washington. In 2012, Sal Traina founded a small blog, Liberty By Logic, to share his thoughts on politics. In the midst of the crucial 2016 Presidential elec ...
 
Schulman Bhattacharya is a commercial litigator. His focus is on resolving the most complex and challenging commercial disputes facing our clients through litigation, arbitration, mediation, and informal negotiation. Jeremy Wyeth Schulman team has vast experience representing clients in nearly every industry sector. We represent companies of all sizes, locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. Jeremy Schulman represents individuals with valuable commercial interests to protect. W ...
 
Tim loves it all, Ben hates everything, and Mike could take it or leave it. Come give a listen and join the conversation by leaving a comment or two...... SPOILER ALERT!!! We will keep the first 5 or 10 minutes spoiler free with a quick review, but after that we're going to spoil nearly every part of the movies we talk about! We like to keep the episodes real so we rarely edit our episodes. In our movie reviews, we try to keep the feel of discussing a movie while walking out of the theatre w ...
 
How do you make Big Data less intimidating, more actionable and thus more valuable, in particular for marketing and communications professionals? That is the question at the heart of the Small Data Forum, an initiative by LexisNexis Business Insight Solutions to listen, learn, share and educate ourselves and others who grapple with the challenges of the information avalanche. Industry thought-leaders Neville Hobson, Sam Knowles and host Thomas Stoeckle discuss current industry themes and new ...
 
CLNS Media's Boston Celtics Newsfeed delivers instantaneous news and reports all in real time. In this news feed, you will receive quick hit audio reports, updates and instant analysis on the NBA's winningest franchise. Celtics Newsfeed is also the home to Celtics Roundtable and Josue Pavon's pre-game reports. Can't watch the game? No access to the newsroom? No problem. Subscribe now.
 
You want to learn how to podcast but don't know where to start? Fear not this is the podcast for you! The goal is to show you how to create your very own podcast and offer advice, tips and thoughts on everything from podcasting equipment to presentation style for podcasters. Mike brings nearly 2 decades of radio experience to the table having worked as an on air radio personality, audio producer and content creator. Izabela brings her knowledge of audio branding, personal and business brandi ...
 
Hi! My name is Jerry and I am the Scoutmaster of Troop 664 in Gresham, OR.A while back someone told me to write stuff down, to share my Scouting experience with other people. And so I created a blog. You can read it here.That blog lead to some folks asking me to try my hand at podcasting, and that is where this site came from.I suppose to let you know a bit about me, I have been in Scouting nearly all my life. I had the best opportunities to be a Scout as a youth in the Transatlantic Council ...
 
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In Ivory Coast, longtime foes Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara meet in Abidjan with the former president calling for political prisoners to be freed after 10 years behind bars. But first, political turmoil continues in Tunisia as parties call for dialogue following the president’s dismissal of the prime minister. Plus, over 3,000 youngsters enr…
 
Turmoil grips Tunisia as President Kais Saied sacks the prime minister and suspends parliament with help from the army. Also, fresh anti-government protests in Eswatini leave at least two people dead. Finally, we meet the young entrepreneur in Cameroon hoping to reduce his country's reliance on fish imports. We bring you all these stories and more …
 
In this edition: At least 30 jihadists have been killed by Rwandan forces who were deployed to Mozambique. Rwanda is just one of several countries that have sent troops to the country after a recent uptick in activity by Shabaab Islamist extremists. Also, Tunisia has received foreign aid to help battle a Covid-19 outbreak. The country's hospitals a…
 
Tanzania's main opposition party says its leader and other members could be charged with terrorism after sweeping arrests that have drawn international concern. Also, Madagascar says it has foiled an attempted assassination plot targeting President Andry Rajoelina. Two French citizens are among those arrested in the probe.…
 
South African firm Biovac partners with Pfizer and BioNTech to produce their vaccine in South Africa for distribution on the continent. It's a welcome deal for Africa, but pharmaceutical companies continue to oppose vaccine patent waivers which could vastly ramp up the pace of production. Also, Tunisia's military takes over running the Covid-19 res…
 
Mali's interim leader says he's doing "well" after he escapes an assassination attempt unharmed. A man tried to stab Assimi Goita in Bamako after prayers for the Islamic festival of Eid al-Adha. Also, despite facing a surge in Covid-19 infections, Senegalese families prepare to come together to celebrate Tabaski on Wednesday. Some medics fear that …
 
In this edition: a Nigerian fighter jet is shot down by suspected bandits in the country's beleaguered northwest. It’s a disturbing apparent evolution in the combat capabilities of local gangs. Also, the Thales corruption trial of former South African president Jacob Zuma restarts with the jailed ex-leader appearing on camera from behind bars for t…
 
In a stunning jump in South Africa's death toll from the ongoing unrest, nearly 100 more people are reported dead. President Cyril Ramaphosa says the country was not prepared for the violence. Also, FRANCE 24 takes you inside the fight over parts of Ethiopia's Tigray region. With Tigrayans fleeing, the Amhara see a chance to take back what they cla…
 
In tonight's edition: tens of thousands of troops are being deployed to hotspots of unrest in South Africa. Communities try to clean up after days of looting as the chaos exacerbates racial tensions. Also, Ethiopia accuses aid agencies of being part of a propaganda campaign. The conflict now sees local TPLF fighters facing off against ethnic Amhara…
 
In tonight's edition: Ethiopia's war heats up as Amhara forces vow to attack Tigrayan soldiers. There are fears the conflict may be entering a dangerous new phase. Also, South Africa plans to expand the deployment of its army to quell the unrest that has killed 72 people over the past six days. Thousands have been arrested. And the opening qualifie…
 
In tonight's edition: The death toll from South Africa's unrest climbs to 72, with the army sent in to help quell the violence sparked by the jailing of former president Jacob Zuma last week. Also, eight months of clashes in Ethiopia's Tigray region continue to endanger the lives of civilians. Millions are in need of emergency food assistance. The …
 
South Africa deploys troops to contain what President Cyril Ramaphosa describes as unprecedented violence. Six people have been killed after several days of rioting sparked by the jailing of ex-president Jacob Zuma. Also, Tunisia launches an appeal for donations to help its overwhelmed health system. New Covid-19 infections are also on the rise in …
 
Two Englishmen and a German talk about football… With SDF episode no. 48 being recorded sandwiched between the 1966 World Cup win (20,187 days ago, assuming Sam’s calculation is correct) and the 2021 final of the Euros (2.5 days ahead at the time of recording), we couldn’t possibly avoid the topic. It was by no means the only topic though, and we s…
 
In tonight's edition: Ten years ago tonight, thousands of people filled the streets of Juba to celebrate the birth of what is still the world's youngest nation. A decade on, the independence of South Sudan is unfortunately no longer a cause for celebration. From the start, the country has been hampered by inter-tribal conflict and famine. In this e…
 
In tonight's edition: Africa is being hit hard by a third wave of Covid-19. The continent has marked its worst week yet of the pandemic and the WHO warns that the worst is yet to come. Meanwhile, Uganda is still facing its second wave. We speak to epidemiologist Chris Baryomunsi about the measures taken there. Plus, human rights groups welcome the …
 
In tonight's edition: Doctors Without Borders halts work in parts of Ethiopia's Tigray region after three of its aid workers are killed. We hear how the NGO took the difficult decision. Also, kidnappers who took dozens of children from a boarding school in northern Nigeria this week make contact with a member of the school management, demanding foo…
 
In tonight's edition: Former South African president Jacob Zuma attends a hearing to fight an arrest order issued against him last week over his refusal to cooperate in a corruption probe. Also, schools shut down in Nigeria's Kaduna state as the kidnapping crisis worsens. Finally, Congo Brazzaville's famous art school "Poto Poto" goes digital amid …
 
In tonight's edition: All eyes are on Jacob Zuma as the former South African president fails to turn himself in before an arrest deadline. Also, in the latest wave of mass abductions from schools in northwestern Nigeria, around 140 students are taken from a boarding school in Kaduna state. Parents at the Bethel Baptist High School are distraught. A…
 
Updates on the wanderlust walrus who is now sinking boats in Spain, a bomb sniffing rat retires, and a revisit of the raven who inspired two old-timey authors, Charles Dickens & Edgar Allan Poe. Resources: Magawa the land mine sniffing rat (original resources found on Episode 10) NPR: https://www.npr.org/2021/06/04/1003258540/after-years-of-detecti…
 
In tonight's edition: The Ethiopian government has denied accusations it planned to choke off food aid to the war-torn Tigray region after rebels took control earlier this week. Also, Zambia holds a state memorial service for its first president Kenneth Kaunda, who passed away last month aged 97. And the International network Cartooning for Peace i…
 
In this edition: The army has been deployed in the kingdom of Eswatini after days of demonstrations against King Mswati. The opposition claims 40 people have been killed in the crackdown. Also, in Senegal, a new law on terrorism voted in last week has sparked clashes. Our correspondents meet opposition figures fighting the bill. And the legendary t…
 
In tonight's edition: The US calls on authorities in Eswatini to hold back on the use of deadly force after pro-democracy protesters say several people have been killed in a crackdown on rallies. Also, as DR Congo marks its 61st independence anniversary, we speak to author and researcher Séverine Autesserre. She believes the country's hopes for a m…
 
In tonight's edition: In a historic ruling, South Africa's top court hands the country's former president Jacob Zuma a 15-month jail term for "egregious" contempt of court after he refused to appear before graft investigators. Also, rebel fighters in Ethiopia's war-hit Tigray region seize more territory after taking the regional capital Mekele on M…
 
In tonight's edition: Ethiopia’s government declares an immediate, unilateral ceasefire in its Tigray region after nearly eight months of conflict as Tigrayan forces occupy the regional capital of Mekele. Also, ministers from over 40 countries meet in Rome to address the jihadist threat on the African continent. This comes as reports of Boko Haram …
 
In this edition: the spike in violence in the Tigray region continues with the murder of three humanitarian workers. Our correspondent in Addis Ababa brings us more on the story. Also, 15 UN peacekeepers are wounded in Mali. The Sahel state has been struggling with an Islamist insurgency. We bring you analysis from FRANCE 24's terrorism specialist.…
 
In tonight's edition: The WHO is warning that new cases of Covid-19 have been rising since the beginning of May across Africa. Also, coastal cities such as Cape Town are in need of urgent action to fend off the effects of climate change, according to a leaked UN climate report seen by AFP. And dozens of incidents of assault on homosexual people hav…
 
Jeremy Schulman is a Commercial litigator. And our team does focus on resolving the most complex and challenging commercial disputes facing our clients through litigation, arbitration, mediation, and informal negotiation. We have vast experience representing clients in nearly every industry sector. We represent companies of all sizes, locally, regi…
 
The Celtics’ formally announced the change via their Twitter, with quotes from both Ainge and Stevens. Ainge said the past 18 years have been a “thrill of a lifetime,” while Stevens was quoted saying that he is “excited to tackle this new role.” Stevens will help lead the search to find the next head coach of the Boston Celtics. Watch the video: ht…
 
The Celtics travel to Brooklyn tonight with their season on the line. Brooklyn took a 3-1 series lead in Game 4, and the C’s hope to fight back tonight. Kemba Walker and Robert Williams remain unlikely to play in tonight’s game. Both are listed as doubtful on the Celtics’ injury report. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/DRr9-H2qqfE…
 
Boston was without Kemba Walker and Robert Williams, and with the Nets shooting 59.3% from deep on the game, the Celtics couldn’t keep up. Following the game, a fan in the crowd threw a water bottle at Kyrie Irving as he was exiting the floor and going down the tunnel. The fan was identified, arrested, and banned for life from TD Garden. Watch the …
 
A father's devotion to his daughter is saving the monarch butterfly; condors go all Spinal Tap on a woman's home; Melissa gets real with how local and state government officials in Massachusetts can get inspiration from wildlife overpasses before another Somerville resident is killed in a crosswalk in her city. ***** Resources: Butterfly Connection…
 
Alongside Jaylen Brown, Kemba Walker, and Robert Williams both find themselves listed on tonight’s injury report. Walker is questionable while dealing with a bone bruise on his knee, while Williams is listed as doubtful due to a sprained ankle he suffered last game. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/Ljm7VzNmPlA…
 
After going down 0-2, the C’s hope the energy from their fans can help build them back up. Tristan Thompson was asked about the Nets beating up on Jayson Tatum in the first two games. He talked about the need for more energy and more physicality tonight. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/4gtbYkEkyMw
 
Rachel Nichols asked Irving about his experiences in Boston, referencing TD Garden and playing in front of the fans. Irving was quoted saying that “hopefully we can just keep it about basketball” and “hopefully there’s no belligerence or racism from the crowd.” Watch the video: https://youtu.be/WtnodMoo2Hs…
 
Jayson Tatum finished the game with only nine points. He left the game in the third quarter after being poked in the eye by Kevin Durant. Brad Stevens commented on his status in his postgame press conference. The Celtics now travel back to Boston for Games 3 and 4 of the series. Game 3 takes place this Friday, May 28th. Tip-off is set for 8:30 PM o…
 
Outside of the expected absence of Jaylen Brown, Boston has a clean injury report. Robert Williams is expected to be all systems go for this evening’s matchup. Brad Stevens spoke in his pregame press conference about the adjustments needed by Boston going into tonight’s matchup: Watch the video: https://youtu.be/ji2m5TIdr9Q…
 
Brad Stevens gave a health update on center Robert Williams. He said they are trying to keep him off his feet, but that he “should be ready to go tomorrow.” It was recently announced that fans will be allowed back at near full capacity at TD Garden starting on May 29. That will be just in time for Game 4, a Boston home game. Watch the video: https:…
 
Melissa presents three happy stories about animals and humans - Yoriko the fish makes an unusual friend at an underwater shrine; a service dog flunk out becomes the first arson detection dog in Saginaw, TX; how scientists are using googley eyes to save birds. Resources: Love is Blind: Yoriko and Hiroyuki Arakawa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfwd…
 
Boston put up a solid fight in the first half but ultimately crumbled in the final two quarters, losing 104-93. The real highlight of the game was big man Robert Williams. Williams set the franchise record for most blocks in a playoff game, recording nine on the night. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/uN432tws1E8…
 
During the Matrix Churchill affair – a conflict of interest and bit of political skulduggery so tepid compared with what’s happened in the intervening 20 years – the Tory MP Alan Clark conceded that he had been “economical with the actualité” in answer to Parliamentary questions. Lying about arms export licences to Iraq seems almost innocent compar…
 
Brad Stevens spoke in his pregame interview about tonight’s matchup. He talked about how important matchups will be in Game 1, and which guys on the Nets roster the Celtics have to worry about outside of the big three. The Celtics and Nets square off at 8 PM tonight on ABC. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/Fv9GtVKZYCc…
 
According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, sources are saying that Williams is expected to play in Game One vs Brooklyn. Multiple Celtics players spoke after the team’s practice today. Marcus Smart commented on odds being stacked against them in the upcoming series. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/z2yp2AI8U_g…
 
Danny Ainge joined Toucher and Rich this morning for his weekly interview and gave an update on the possibility that more fans could be allowed at TD Garden. Although the state of Massachusetts recently stated that all remaining COVID restrictions will be lifted on May 29th, Ainge said that the team has not yet been given the go-ahead by the NBA to…
 
Stevens said that Robert Williams will be a game-day decision tomorrow, but everyone else is ready to go. He was asked how the team can prepare for the challenges ahead with the Wizards game tomorrow night. The Celtics are 2-1 against the Wizards on the season, but all three games were close and hard-fought. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/6ncPaD…
 
This week all about dogs and sight! We have a greyhound who gets corrective lenses, the first seeing eye dogs, and a guardian livestock dog gets an unusual flock to tend. ***** Melissa can be found at MelissaMcCueMcGrath.com and BewilderedPod on Twitter, BewilderbeastsPod on Facebook, Bewilderbeasts on Instagram and email BewilderBeastsPod@gmail.co…
 
The Celtics held out their top players, trotting out a starting lineup of Luke Kornet, Grant Williams, Semi Ojeleye, Romeo Langford, and Tremont Waters. They will face off against the Wizards Tuesday night at 9 PM in the first game of the play-in tournament. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/6OSlX7dRa9M…
 
The C’s were without many key players but had a couple of reserves step up to the plate. Tremont Waters and Luke Kornet both played huge parts in the win. Waters finished with 14 points and 7 rebounds, both career-highs. Meanwhile, Kornet filled up the stat sheet. He had 12 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and four blocks for the game. Watch the vide…
 
Boston travels to Minnesota tomorrow to take on the Timberwolves at 2:00 PM. Alongside Jaylen Brown, Kemba Walker, Marcus Smart, Robert Williams, and Tristan Thompson will all be out for tomorrow’s game. Jayson Tatum and Evan Fournier are questionable. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/Cvu_25kPSRc
 
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