I'll be sharing ways on how to overcome poverty
Follow along as 4 friends discuss all forms of media. From the Newest Video Games to the oldest Anime.
Video Games·TV & Film·Leisure
This podcast is about different, everyday guys issues. The conversation is meant to make you laugh. But also make you think and ponder. It can be street and at the same time intellectual. Ok, who am I kidding, it’s going to be more street.
In this blog Coach Childs will share his thoughts on the game of lacrosse. The "I've Got Some Thoughts" blog will include story telling from the past, debating current topics within the game, and a look into the future of our great sport! We hope you enjoy!
This podcast features a series of conversations with people who bridge orchestral performance and theatre by reimagining how concerts are programmed and presented, how musicians perform, where performance can occur, and the role of the audience in the co-creation of the live event. This podcast is part of a research project funded by the British Academy. For more information, please visit the project blog: https://sites.exeter.ac.uk/orchestraltheatre Photo credit: Matt Belcher (Southbank Sinfonia)
Red FM Bangalore The Chumma Show
Society & Culture
The business podcast aimed at shining a spotlight on the best businesses in the Frederciskburg, Virginia Area.
Chris, Jay and Kevin are longtime friends who met while students at SUNY Oswego. For the Throwing Bagels podcast, they’ll talk about sports relevant to upstate and/or downstate New York, and sometimes won’t talk sports at all!
a podcast that was made for you as a parent of an autistic child (or a parent with concerns)! a place you can go for reliable and reputable information. i’m Dr. Tay, a licensed child psychologist and parental mindset coach specializing in autism. i have supported 100s of autistic children and their families and have been in the autism field for over a decade. each week we will discuss topics that directly impact your life. from providing psychoeducation about autism and neurodiversity to talking about your personal growth, well-being, and evolution as a parent, we dive into it all. ***disclaimer: not clinical advice, for educational purposes only*** join the evolve Facebook community >> facebook.com/groups/evolveautism where I do an exclusive Q+A about the episode topic each week. AND subscribe to this podcast by hitting the plus or follow button so you don't miss an episode.
Parenting·Education·Science·Kids & Family·Self-Improvement·Social Sciences
How do we design buildings and cities for a planet in crisis? And how do we create an equitable world for all life? Join sustainability strategist and author, Nirmal Kishnani, on Ecogradia, a new weekly podcast where we explore the way forward with experts and practitioners at the frontlines of sustainable architecture and urbanism. If you seek inspiring stories and provocative points of view, innovative ideas, and solutions that are future-ready, Ecogradia is for you. Each episode pushes the boundaries of knowledge so you can shape your own journey, beyond ‘less harm’ to ‘doing good’. To get even more out of this podcast, go to ecogradia.com to find all our episode notes. You can also follow us, leave a review or share your views on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. The first season of Ecogradia is sponsored by the Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction.
Welcome to the podcast! Join me, Glen, as we dive into the world of mysterious creatures and occurences! Every week, I'll look at something unexplainable, tell a story, and look at reasons that could explain them! Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.