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HRCI – Trusting Your Employees with Dr. Amy Dufrane

Today, we have Dr. Amy Dufrane on from HRCI, and we’re going to be talking about trusting your employees. This is going to be a great topic, especially from what we’ve learned from the pandemic with remote work. There are all kinds of great ways that Amy and I are going to take this conversation. Listening […]
Tags: Featured, News, Podcasts, Communication, Company Culture, Remote Work, Employee Engagement, HR, Branding, Amy, Blog Posts, RecruitingDaily Podcast, HRCI, Amy Dufrane

Ask Yourself: Episode 2 – Pride and Preference

In which the Ukuzibuza team ask "Is there still room for monastic schools in a world where gender is fluid?" The post Ask Yourself: Episode 2 – Pride and Preference appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Gender, Podcasts, M&G Listen, Ukuzibuza, Lula Odiba

Paris Hilton: ‘I’m Sick of People Using Me’

In Paris Hilton’s “This Is Paris,” the hotel heiress and entrepreneur says her work ethic is driven by money. She says she won’t slow down until she makes one billion dollars. The doc, available on YouTube, was shot two years ago. Now, at age 40, Hilton tells me she truly feels that money isn’t everything. […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Youtube, Paris, Hilton, Paris Hilton, This Is Paris, Just For Variety

How the Revolution of ‘Rent’ Came to Cuba

The enduring musical “Rent,” celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, didn’t just revolutionize Broadway. It had an impact all over the world — and the new documentary “Revolution Rent” reveals how the show came to Cuba just as the country was in the midst of a major political transition. Listen to this week’s “Stagecraft” podcast below: “Cubans […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Broadway, Rent, Cuba, Stagecraft, Revolution Rent

The Use Case Podcast – Storytelling about Talenya with Gal Almog

Storytelling about Talenya with Gal Almog Welcome to the Use Case Podcast, episode 93. This week we have storytelling about Talenya with Gal Almog. During this episode, Gal and I talk about how practitioners make the business case or the use case for purchasing Talenya‘s diversity sourcing solution. Gal is an expert in the recruitment industry […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Podcasts, Tech, Recruiting, Automation, Candidates, Ai, Branding, Blog Posts, Hr Technology, Passive Candidates, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition, Diversity and Inclusion

Podcast Radio signs up Triton Digital for targeted ads

Podcast Radio has signed up to Triton Digital for the delivery, monetisation, and measurement of its streaming audio and podcast content. Through this partnership, Podcast Radio Network will utilise Triton’s audio streaming network for the delivery of its commercial radio content online and use Triton’s ad server to insert targeted audio ads into their streams, as well as Triton’s audio advertising technology to monetise their inventory through both open and private marketplace deals. Podcast...
Tags: UK, Podcasts, Radio, Glasgow, Triton, Triton Digital, Station News, Gerry Edwards, Podcast Radio, London Surrey Manchester Birmingham, Podcast Radio Network

Motivating Students in Culturally Diverse Classrooms

Sparkchasers Episode 41 | Show Notes Motivating Students in Culturally Diverse Classrooms with Dr. Shaun Woodly Not all children learn the same. And Dr. Shaun Woodly is on a mission to help teachers build connections and support all of their students reach their greatest potential. Shaun Woodly, Ph.D. has dedicated [...] The post Motivating Students in Culturally Diverse Classrooms appeared first on The Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM.
Tags: Podcasts, Populations, All Episodes, Approaches, Institute for Arts Integration, Sparkchasers 2.0, Educating with Equity, Shaun Woodly

ICQ Podcast Episode 353 – Parks on the Air and Xiegu G90 SDR Transceiver Review

On this episode, I joined Martin M1MRB, Leslie Butterfield G0CIB, and Edmund Spicer M0MNG to discuss: Fly Me to the Moon. An amusing story about the first Bitcoin transaction using EME communications. WIA Seeks Review of Amateur Radio Exam System International Space Station to be in Cross-Band Repeater Mode for Field Day. Get out the satellite antenna for Field Day! Aluminium-Ion Battery Development. Scientists in Australia have developed a graphene aluminium-ion battery tha...
Tags: Podcasts, Australia, Radio, Air, ICQ, POTA, EME, Ed Durrant, Bill Barnes, Air POTA, ICQPodcast, Martin M1MRB Leslie Butterfield G0CIB, Edmund Spicer, Xiegu

Modernizing Table-Top Role-Playing Games — Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #96 What’s the current status of table-top role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons in pop culture? Thanks to D&D’s recent depiction in Stranger Things and the enormous popularity of fantasy properties like Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings, interest in elves and magic and such is no longer fodder for Satanic panic, but the idea of actively pretending to be a character in this genre t...
Tags: Facebook, Games, Podcasts, College, Wikipedia, Party, Dungeons & Dragons, Amanda, Eric Silver, Pretty Much Pop, Mark Linsenmayer Erica Spyres, Brian Hirt, Dicebreaker, Amanda McLoughlin, Spirits Podcast

‘Girls5eva’ Cast on the Show’s Catchy Earworms, Tough Music Video Choreography and Season 2 Ideas

Grammy-winner Sara Bareilles is honest about the “so many” experiences in the music industry where someone may be really having a moment and then they disappear from the zeitgeist. That, she believes, “speaks to the fickle nature of our consumer culture — that we get bored of people really quickly.” But she also knows that […]
Tags: Podcasts, Awards, Features, Emmys, Sara Bareilles, Girls5eva, Awards Circuit Podcast

Allbirds – Why Leading with Compassion has Never Been More Important With Laila Tarraf

Today’s podcast has a topic that I was really looking forward to getting into. Laila Tarraf, Chief People Officer from Allbirds is here to talk about why leading with compassion has never been more important. This was a really great conversation, especially coming off of a year and a half of the pandemic. This awareness of empathy […]
Tags: Motivation, Featured, Leadership, News, Podcasts, Trends, Company Culture, Employee Engagement, Branding, Blog Posts, RecruitingDaily Podcast, Allbirds, Employee Wellbeing, Laila Tarraf

Anthony Mackie on His ‘Promotion’ to Captain America, and Sam and Bucky’s ‘Bromance’ on ‘Falcon and Winter Soldier’

When Anthony Mackie first put on the Captain America costume for Marvel Studios’ Disney Plus series “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” he says he “literally experienced 1,000 emotions in one minute.” “I’ve worked so long in this business and I’ve done so many things that I felt were not appreciated, or overlooked or things […]
Tags: Podcasts, Awards, America, Emmys, Sam, Marvel Studios, Falcon, Anthony Mackie, Bucky, Marvel Studios Disney, Awards Circuit Podcast

Breaking Down The New $205K World

This week's Thinking Like A Lawyer is all salaries, all the time.
Tags: Money, Podcasts, Law, Bonuses, Biglaw, Thinking Like A Lawyer Podcast, Associate Compensation, Thinking Like A Lawyer, Featured Podcasts, 2021 Associate Salary Increase

The Use Case Podcast – Storytelling about QReserve with Brandon Aubie & Graeme Brown

Storytelling about QReserve with Brandon Aubie & Graeme Brown Welcome to the Use Case Podcast, episode 92. This week we have storytelling about QReserve with Brandon Aubie & Graeme Brown. During this episode, Brandon, Graeme, and I talk about how practitioners make the business case or the use case for purchasing QReserve. Brandon and Graeme are experts […]
Tags: Productivity, Technology, Featured, News, Podcasts, Communication, Tech, Automation, Collaboration, Branding, Brandon, Graeme, Blog Posts, Hr Technology, Graeme Brown, The Use Case Podcast

The best podcasts of 2021 so far

From poltergeists to prison, the Chippendales and the NBA ... here are our picks of the most gripping storytelling from the first half of the yearWriter and comedian Shon Faye hosts this selection of “remarkable stories told by remarkable people”, which shines the spotlight on queer trailblazers of different stripes. Highlights include 73-year-old Kate Bornstein, who has lived with seekers from the Amish to the Scientologists, on what her time on the fringes of society taught her about gender, a...
Tags: Podcasts, Culture, Television & radio, Nba, Kate Bornstein, Marc Thompson, Chippendales, Shon Faye

ScottC’s Podcast Review: Audio Horror

I listen to a lot of podcasts. A lot of podcasts. Looking at my podcatcher, I have over seventy-five on there. I can also say, going total hipster, that I was into podcasts way before Serial. I listen to podcasts, I’ve been on podcasts, I work with podcasts. I thought I’d share some of the podcasts I listen to and maybe hit a couple that may have passed you by with the current glut out there. Dr. Malcolm Ryder is on the air and you need his help. From his radio show A Voice From Dar...
Tags: Reviews, Podcasts, Horror, America, Anna, Sam, Sam Bailey, Claire, Bailey, Judith, Ryder, Malcolm Ryder, Odd America, Dr Ryder, Claire Sterback, Anna Sheridan

How ‘The Serpent’ Star Tahar Rahim Let Go of the ‘Dark Energy’ From Playing a Serial Killer

No doubt playing a serial killer could really mess with one’s psyche. Just ask Tahar Rahim. The actor portrays real-life 1970s French murderer Charles Sobhraj in Netflix’s eight-episode “The Serpent.” When they first began shooting, he thought he was able to leave the work behind him when he went home at the end of the […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Netflix, the Serpent, Tahar Rahim, Charles Sobhraj, Just For Variety

Safeguard Global – Redesign Workforce Strategies by Being Globally Fluent with Brian Dames

Safeguard Global – How Can Companies Redesign Workforce Strategies By Being Globally Fluent With Brian Dames On today’s show, we have Brian Dames from Safeguard Global here to talk about how companies can redesign their workforce strategies by being globally fluent. We’re actually gonna be talking a lot about global fluency, or multinational employment proficiency, […]
Tags: Featured, News, Podcasts, Global, Employment, Future Of Work, Tech, Remote Work, Recruiting, HR, Candidates, Hiring, Branding, Employee Retention, Blog Posts, RecruitingDaily Podcast

Ask Yourself: Episode 1 – How to start a revolution

Celebrate Youth Day by tuning in to episode one of our new youth-centred podcast series. The post Ask Yourself: Episode 1 – How to start a revolution appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Podcasts, FeesMustFall, AskYourself, ​kanya Cekeshe, M&G Listen, Ukuzibuza

‘Lovecraft Country’ Star Jonathan Majors on ‘Ant-Man 3,’ Joining the MCU and Those ‘Creed’ Rumors

Jonathan Majors had just come from a boxing session with his trainer when he joined me for an interview for Tuesday’s episode of “Just for Variety.” I couldn’t help but wonder if the workout was to prepare him for his upcoming work in the next “Ant-Man” movie or the third “Creed” to be directed by […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Ant-man, MCU, Jonathan Majors, Just For Variety

The Use Case Podcast: Storytelling about Adway with Sara Dalsfelt

Storytelling about Adway with Sara Dalsfelt Welcome to the Use Case Podcast, episode 91. This week we have storytelling about Adway with Sara Dalsfelt. During this episode, Sara and I talk about how practitioners make the business case or the use case for purchasing Adway. Sara is an expert in all things recruitment marketing. Her passion […]
Tags: Featured, News, Podcasts, Social Media, Communication, Tech, Branding, Sara, Programmatic, Blog Posts, Recruitment Marketing, Passive Candidates, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition, The Use Case Podcast, Use Case Podcast

Storytelling in Math and Art

Sparkchasers Episode 40 | Show Notes Storytelling in Math and Art with Ruth Byrne Be honest: when you think about math, do you have the urge to suddenly shrink and move to the back of the room? Well, art educator Ruth Byrne wants to change that. Art Educator for 14 [...] The post Storytelling in Math and Art appeared first on The Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM.
Tags: Podcasts, Arts Integration, Visual Arts, Steam, Strategies, Visual Thinking, All Episodes, Institute for Arts Integration, Sparkchasers 2.0, Ruth Byrne

Stream 160 In-Depth Radio Interviews with Clive James, Pico Iyer, Greil Marcus & Other Luminaries from the Marketplace of Ideas Archive

Would you like to to hear a long-form conversation about the history of the vinyl LP? Or about the history of human rights? About the plight of book reviewing in America? The wild excesses of the art market? The nature of boredom? The true meaning of North Korean propaganda? What it’s like to live in Bangkok? What it’s like to go on a road trip with David Foster Wallace? The answer to all of the above: of course you do. And now you can hear these conversations and many more besides in th...
Tags: Facebook, Podcasts, College, America, Radio, Archives, Seoul, Bangkok, Tyler Cowen, David Foster Wallace, James, Werner Herzog, Barry Goldwater, Michel de Montaigne, Tim Harford, Kevin Kelly

Register to watch a livestream recording of the Equity podcast!

Throughout its four or so years of life, the Equity podcast crew has had the good fortune to record a few live shows. We sat on the small stage at TechCrunch Disrupt, for example, with Garry Tan one year, and Charles Hudson another. We’ve also ventured to other venues and events with varying levels of success. But it’s 2021 and there are no IRL events coming up, so we’re bringing back the live show, but on Hopin. That means that no matter where you are, you can swing by, talk a little shit with...
Tags: TC, Podcasts, Tech, Garry Tan, Chris, Danny, Charles Hudson, Equity podcast

How I Podcast: Left Handed Radio’s Anna Rubanova

The beauty of podcasting is that anyone can do it. It’s a rare medium that’s nearly as easy to make as it is to consume. And as such, no two people do it exactly the same way. There are a wealth of hardware and software solutions open to potential podcasters, so setups run the gamut from NPR studios to USB Skype rigs (the latter of which has become a kind of default during the current pandemic). We’ve asked some of our favorite podcast hosts and producers to highlight their workflows — the equip...
Tags: Podcasts, Entertainment, Tech, Npr, David Rees, Rhode, Ben Lindbergh, Jesse Thorn, Justin Richmond, WNYC Studios, How I Podcast, Lauren Spohrer Jeffrey Cranor, Anita Flores, Sam Dingman, Sarah Enni RiYL, Eleanor Kagan

Indeed – Advice On How Grads Can Avoid Burnout + Incorporate Atypical Experiences During Job Hunt With Paul Wolfe

Indeed – Advice On How Grads Can Avoid Burnout + Incorporate Atypical Experiences During Job Hunt With Paul Wolfe On today’s podcast, we have Paul Wolfe here from Indeed, and we have a wonderful topic to explore. We talk about how new grads can maintain mental health during the job search, which can be stressful […]
Tags: Featured, News, Podcasts, Trends, Communication, Remote Work, Job Market, Tips, Hiring, Branding, Paul Wolfe, Blog Posts, Recruiting Industry, Recruiting Advice, RecruitingDaily Podcast, Candidate Experience

Why you should add "Here Be Monsters" to your podcast subscriptions

During the Covid-19 quarantine, I began listening to podcasts more than ever. There is one podcast that I'm particularly thankful for, as it got me through the long hours spent in isolation this past year and brightened my day every time I listened to it. — Read the rest
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My husband’s death inspired It’s a Sin scene, says Russell T Davies

In new Guardian podcast, TV dramatist tells Grace Dent about writing Colin’s final hoursRussell T Davies, the writer of It’s a Sin, the Channel 4 drama about the HIV/Aids epidemic in the late 1980s, has revealed that the death of Colin, one of show’s characters, was partly based on the death of his partner.Speaking to the food writer Grace Dent on a new Guardian podcast, Comfort Eating, which launches on Tuesday, Davies said he had drawn on the experience of watching his husband, Andrew Smith, d...
Tags: Television, Media, Podcasts, Drama, Society, UK News, Culture, Television & radio, Aids and HIV, Russell T Davies, Colin, Davies, Andrew Smith, Grace Dent

Bake Off to Inside No 9: what to watch instead of the Euros

A football-free cultural guide to the week ahead, from comedy podcasts to Sean Bean dramasListen, I’m with you. I have no interest in Euro 2020 either. But luckily, over the years I’ve perfected the art of finding other things to do. Here’s a day-by-day alternative viewing guide for the first week of the tournament (after that, you’re on your own). Continue reading...
Tags: Games, Music, Television, Podcasts, Culture, Television & radio, Euro 2020, Sean Bean dramasListen

“On The Mark” Podcast by Sightmark with Host Jeff Hamilton

Podcasts are a great way to pass the time alone in a car when you’ve grown tired of whatever newfangled pop music that is being blasted on repeat 24/7. Sightmark, a fairly well-known optics company in the industry has just started their own podcast with the “On the Mark” podcast and host Jeff Hamilton (would […] Read More … The post “On The Mark” Podcast by Sightmark with Host Jeff Hamilton appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Podcasts, Guns, Companies, Daily News, Host, JEFF HAMILTON, Sightmark, On the Mark Podcast