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New York Times best-selling novelist Scott Sigler gives away all of his stories as free, serialized audiobooks. Described as "Stephen King meets Michael Crichton meets Chuck Palahniuk," Scott's stories of hard-science horror will have you tapping a vein as you Jones for next week's fix. Subscribe to hear major-release hardcover novels read by the author, as well as short fiction and the "FridayFix," a random piece of weekly nonsense. For more info on the author, visit http://www.scottsigler.com
 
The editors of The Christian Science Monitor take you beyond the headlines with the ideas driving progress in this 15-minute news briefing. The Monitor Daily Podcast is available each Monday through Friday at 6 pm ET. For more information on the Daily or The Christian Science Monitor, visit csmonitor.com. Send your comments, suggestions or thoughts to podcast@csmonitor.com.
 
Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs interested in the scien ...
 
Washington journalists from print, wire services, and broadcast media discuss the top news stories of the week. Drawing on their contacts and sources at the White House, Capitol Hill and elsewhere, our panel of journalists provide unique insights and analysis that go beyond the headlines and give listeners the "inside" story on what they see and hear in the news. Subscribe to a Podcast of the show Broadcast Schedule Issues in the News is broadcast on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. You can a ...
 
Let's Talk Change - in dieser Podcast-Reihe interviewen die DWR eco Gründer Doreen Rietentiet und David Wortmann abwechselnd Protagonist*innen unserer Zeit, um den Wandel zu einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung endlich zu beschleunigen. Gemeinsam mit relevanten Entscheidungsträgern, inspirierenden Innovatoren und spannenden Visionären zeigen sie welche kleinen und großen Hebel wir in Unternehmen, Politik, Medien, Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft in Bewegung setzen können. Die Interviews werden auf De ...
 
If you’ve ever wondered whether Keto can really help you lose weight or if Intermittent Fasting is actually effective, or even if HIIT help you become a fat-burning machine, then the Legendary Life Podcast is for you. Every Monday, celebrity trainer and longevity evangelist Ted Ryce interviews the world's brightest and most thought-provoking leaders about fitness, nutrition, biohacking, fat loss, sleep, hormones, chronic disease, anti-aging, mindfulness, and countless other health topics. He ...
 
This account is no longer in use. I did 2 hours a night 5 nights a week for two years but then suspended the show for a year. I am now using Here Be Monster's account and am only doing a 2 hour weekly show. Midnight Pacific Wed mornings (Tuesday night if you prefer) If you want to contact me please do so on my Facebook page called "The Pinko the Bear Show" Or at my new network/website www.thecommonsprojectnetwork.com where you can find tons of lefty leftist shows;) Cheers. Cheers and Solidar ...
 
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Thursday’s final presidential debate probably won’t change many votes. Also: today’s stories, including the keystone state of Pennsylvania, Bolivia’s elections, and the potential perils of poll watchers. Join the Monitor's Peter Grier and Molly Jackson for today's news. For more information, visit csmonitor.com/daily.…
 
The first “scientific” election poll was conducted in 1936 by George Gallup, who correctly predicted that Franklin D. Roosevelt would win the presidential election. Since Gallup, our appetite for polls and forecasts has only grown, but watching the needle too closely might have some unintended side effects. Solomon Messing, chief scientist at ACRON…
 
The Los Angeles Dodgers deserve kudos for winning their first World Series in 32 years. But for a moment, let’s look at what the underdog Tampa Bay Rays taught us – and the Dodgers. Also: today’s stories, including how Tulsa is reckoning with its racist past, political opposition in Tanzania, and how one electrician’s good deed started a movement. …
 
Last month, President Donald Trump announced the creation of the 1776 Commission to recenter American education on patriotic themes. The idea did not come out of nowhere. Also: today’s stories, including a look at Europe’s spiking pandemic cases, the growing political ‘diploma divide,’ and how working from home has benefited those with disabilities…
 
Music has those “charms to soothe.” What a welcome attribute in times like these. Live music, suppressed by the pandemic, is finding responsible new ways to connect and uplift even with venues shuttered. Also: today’s stories, including a look at the militarization of police, a reporter’s story from Air Force One, and our weekly points of progress.…
 
Do you want to truly be your own master, increase your emotional toughness, control your lizard brain, and get more done during your day? Do you want to turn your dreams into action - all the time? In this episode, a high-performance consultant Ryan Munsey talks about how to apply the fundamentals of emotional control so that you can uplift yoursel…
 
The final battle continues as the humans and monsters clash. Bryan Clauser goes toe-to-toe with the snake-faced Sly. His partner Pookie Chang finds Chief Amy Zou’s twins. Dmitri Vasilov and the Russians get their weapons. Frank Lanza and his crew get their backup. All of this while Firstborn anxiously awaits his king for their getaway. Written and …
 
Issues in the News moderator Shayna Estulin, Political and Foreign Affairs Correspondent with panelists Jonathan Broder, Contributing Editor at Congressional Quarterly and Josh Glancy, Washington Bureau Chief for the Sunday Times, analyze the top stories of the week including the latest developments on the upcoming US presidential election.…
 
Even In A Pandemic, Science Class Is In Session This academic year, school campuses across the United States look very different. Instead of crowded hallways and bustling classrooms, students are spaced six feet apart, sometimes behind plastic barriers, while others are at home on camera in a video call. Since some states do not weigh in on school …
 
Getting caught up in your own lies can devalue your sense of self-worth, distort your view of reality, and negatively affect your close relationships. In this Real Talk Friday episode, I talk about how to stop lying to yourself and become a better version of yourself that achieves more in life! Listen now!…
 
Stefan Kapferer war schon an vielen kritischen Schaltstellen unserer Gesellschaft tätig - als Staatssekretär auf Bundes- und Länderebene, als internationaler Diplomat, als Interessensvertreter einer der mächtigsten Branchen Deutschlands und nun als Unternehmer und Vorsitzender der Geschäftsführung von 50 Hertz, die sich als Netzbetreiber das Ziel 1…
 
Well, good grief. The latest holiday tradition lost to 2020 is the Great Pumpkin. In the words of Linus: “Augh! You didn’t tell me you were going to kill it!” Also: today’s stories, including formal opposition in Saudi Arabia, a consequential referendum in Chile, and cookbooks to spice up your stay-at-home cuisine. Join the Monitor's Yvonne Zipp an…
 
For the first time, NASA sent a spacecraft to snatch soil samples from an asteroid. Also, the crucial role of Florida’s Latino voters in the 2020 election; new debates over Mexico's feminist protests; and the power of pottery during lockdown. Join the Monitor's Dave Scott and Kendra Nordin Beato for today's news. For more information, visit csmonit…
 
Why is the West having much less success handling COVID-19 than East Asia? At the heart of the discrepancy, it seems, are differing views of liberty. Also: Iran is poised to make a comeback as a US priority; a lawyer helps a pop star ignite a ‘People Power’ movement in Uganda. Join the Monitor's Mark Sappenfield and Rebecca for today's news. For mo…
 
Canada's founder is caught in the latest debate over monuments, as the country examines his oppression of indigenous people. Also: a new generation fuels protests in Thailand; a black Republican makes his case; and student poll workers challenge the stereotype of the apathetic youth. Join the Monitor's Amelia Newcomb and Ken Kaplan for today's news…
 
There are so many diets out there, but which ones actually work? In this episode, renowned nutrition expert Alan Aragon will share what the science says about the most popular diets while explaining the long-term effects on your body and health. Plus, he will crack the latest fish oil, coconut oil, and bitter controversy. Listen to this episode and…
 
It is the dead of night, and the S.S. Jeremiah O’Brien is steaming across the fog-choked San Francisco Bay out towards the Golden Gate Bridge. The Russians, the Italians, the San Francisco Police, and the Nocturnals have all come aboard for what is sure to be a brutal final showdown. Bryan Clauser is trying to distract the Nocturnals as his partner…
 
A panel of prominent Washington journalists deliberate the latest top stories of the week which, include President Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden crisscross battleground states to energize their supporters. Join Issues in the News moderator Michael Williams, Contributor to CBS Radio in Washington with panelists Linda Feldmann…
 
Here’s a pro tip for young aspiring reporters: When interviewing a politician, your most useful responses often come in the follow-up questions and real-time fact-checking. Also: today’s stories, including potential changes in American foreign policy, welcoming immigrants into France, and women's success India’s streaming culture. Join the Monitor'…
 
Across The Country, A Spike In Coronavirus Cases Over 217,000 people have died of COVID-19 in the U.S., and many states are seeing an upswing in case numbers as we head into fall. In rural Wyoming, there have been over 8,100 cases, with 57 deaths to date. More populated Wisconsin has seen over 167,000 cases—and recently crossed the grim threshold o…
 
The 2020 Nobel Prize winners have been announced, and among them is UCLA astronomer Andrea Ghez, who split the prize with Roger Penrose and Reinhard Genzel. Ghez, also the fourth woman to ever win the Physics prize, won for her 1998 work that resolved a decades-old debate among astronomers: What lurks at the difficult-to-observe heart of the Milky …
 
Die gefährlichste Kurve in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften ist lautChristian Stöcker die Exponentialfunktion. Tatsächlich fällt es unsMenschen schwer, exponentielles Wachstum zu verstehen. Und das wirktsich auch auf unseren Umgang mit der Klimakrise aus. Warum das so istund welche Rolle die Digitalisierung, Politik und Lobbyismus zudemspielen, erklär…
 
This fall the Monitor's Husna Haq got a lesson in perseverance from an unlikely teacher: her 4-year-old son. Also: today’s stories, including the perils of paramilitary militia groups, competing incentives to expand and shrink the electorate, and an inaugural trip to the Texas state fair. Join the Monitor's Kim Campbell and Ken Kaplan for today's n…
 
A small amount of stress can be good, motivating you to perform well. But multiple challenges daily, such as sitting in traffic, emotional trauma, meeting deadlines, and paying bills, can push you beyond your ability to cope. In this episode, Dr. Mike T. Nelson will explain how you can improve the body and mind resilience to stress, so you can fina…
 
Ted's father died six days ago. In this emotional Real Talk Friday, Ted opens his heart and talks about his final days with his dad and shares the five major lessons he learned from his dad's death.Ted Ryce による
 
Today's guest is Michael McCullough of the University of California, San Diego. We are discussing his book The Kindness of Strangers: How a Selfish Ape Invented a New Moral Code. How did humans, a species of self-centered apes, come to care about others? Since Darwin, scientists have tried to answer this question using evolutionary theory. In The K…
 
Rex “The King” Deprovdechuk is behind everything. He kidnapped the twin daughters of San Francisco Police Chief Amy Zou, forcing Amy to draw two of the city’s crime kingpins to a vintage, World War II transport ship called the Jeremiah O’Brien. Now the O’Brien with Zou, her daughters, and the criminal elements onboard is heading out to sea under th…
 
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