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Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts, and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures. Take a listen to start living more wildly today.
 
Join Jim Cuno, president of the J. Paul Getty Trust, as he talks with artists, writers, curators, and scholars about their work. Listen in as he engages these important thinkers in reflective and critical conversations about architecture, archaeology, art history, and museum exhibitions.
 
WGLT's Sound Ideas is our flagship news program. Every weekday, WGLT reporters go beyond soundbites for deeper conversations with newsmakers, musicians, artists, and anyone with a story to share.This 30-minute newsmagazine is produced Monday through Friday.You can also subscribe to the Sound Ideas - Full Episodes podcast.
 
Inspiring and thought-provoking conversations with leading thinkers about influential ideas on business, technology, economics, and science. Hosted by Martin Reeves, Chairman of the BCG Henderson Institute, and Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak, Chief Economist of BCG. For more ideas and inspiration, sign up to receive BHI INSIGHTS, our monthly newsletter, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
 
Listen to talks presented at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas – the original disruptive festival. FODI features a line-up of leading experts from around the world, who bring bold ideas to complex issues. The festival seeks to challenge orthodox opinion, interrogate accepted truths, break through filter bubbles, and promote healthy and vibrant civil debate.
 
A new series of talks by David Runciman, in which he explores some of the most important thinkers and prominent ideas lying behind modern politics – from Hobbes to Gandhi, from democracy to patriarchy, from revolution to lock down. Plus, he talks about the crises – revolutions, wars, depressions, pandemics – that generated these new ways of political thinking. From the team that brought you Talking Politics: a history of ideas to help make sense of what’s happening today.
 
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The No Bad Ideas Podcast is the creation of Gabriel Urbina, Sarah Shachat, and Zach Valenti, three writer and artist-types who, in order to stay fresh creatively, have an excuse to hang out with each other once a week, and check in on what they're working on, take a terrible idea they found on the Internet each week and turn it into a compelling narrative. Or as close as they can get in 30 minutes. If you're someone trying to be creative yourself or even if you just appreciate a good story, ...
 
Our biweekly podcast features provocative discussions and thoughtful exploration of innovations in science, technology, the environment, and everything in between. Our guests include thought-leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, activists, and experts in the global innovation economy.
 
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Tokyo used to be presented as the ultimate hyper-modern city. But after years of economic recession the Tokyo of today has another side. A site of alienation and loneliness, anxiety about conformity and identity, it is a place where self-professed 'geeks' (or 'otaku'), mostly single middle-aged men, congregate in districts like Akibahara to pursue …
 
Gabriel, Zach, and Sarah are taking a brief summer break this week, but we didn't want to leave you without any No Bad Ideas! So check out this old favorite from our archives, featuring our good comrade Christian T. Kelley-Madera. This week on No Bad Ideas... bugs, bugs, bugs! But before that, the Bad Ideas Band is joined by their dear friend Chris…
 
2020 BBC Reith Lecturer Mark Carney continues his lecture series entitled, ‘How We Get What We Value.’ In this episode, the former bank governor focuses on the 2008 financial crisis and the ongoing impact of the pandemic. This episode originally aired on February 23, 2021.
 
On the Sound of Ideas, politics writer Clare Malone discusses the landscape of the 2022 Ohio Senate race. Detailed show notes at https://www.ideastream.org/programs/sound-of-ideas/2022-oh-senate-race-to-replace-rob-portman-moves-to-the-right.
 
In this episode, Shruti and Amartya Lahiri discuss the Indian economy in light of the country’s socialist past, distrust of markets, current monetary policy and continuing challenges. Lahiri is a professor at the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia. He has previously held positions at the University of California Los…
 
As Christians, we're confident in the gospel’s power to redeem us as individuals. But perhaps what we don’t talk about enough is the gospel’s power to transform larger systems, structures and cultures. This is a truth Heather Rice-Minus challenges us to see. As a senior vice president at Prison Fellowship, Heather articulates the case for restorati…
 
This week in the bakery, we’re seasoning our loaf with the simple pleasures of life, a fine discovery in London’s East End and finishing up a progressive discussion around our changes in perception when in lustful relationships. Expect bread-like behaviour. Cop a slice and enjoy!โดย NIJV
 
On January 10th, 1795, a very tired caravan arrives in Beijing. The travelers have journeyed from Canton on an accelerated schedule through harsh terrain in order to make it to the capital in time for the Qianlong Emperor’s sixtieth anniversary of his reign. The group is led by two Dutchmen: Isaac Titsingh and Andreas Everardus van Braam Houckgeest…
 
“Condition for being a hero. If a man wants to become a hero, the snake must first become a dragon: otherwise he is lacking his … Read More › The post Why an Obsession with Safety creates Sick Minds and a Sick Society first appeared on Academy of Ideas.โดย Academy of Ideas
 
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews filmmaker and hip-hop scholar Mark Villegas, who has built his career foregrounding the power of collective abundance. Highlighting the strength, inspiration, and generosity that emerges from collaboration, Mark’s endeavors illustrate the transformations that take place when diverse ideas and cultural traditions are …
 
“Photography, historically, has been used to pin people of color in a particular location to a particular identity or stereotype, and the artists in this exhibition work to unpin that.” Photography is a uniquely accessible and flexible medium today, encompassing everything from cell-phone snapshots to large-format negatives, from formal studio sets…
 
Small towns in McLean County would love to have a couple million bucks in pandemic relief money. They're frustrated the Governor's staff haven't filled out the federal paperwork. Lexington alone would get a quarter million dollars to help businesses and improve infrastructure. Bloomington City Council member Jenn Carillo is resigning because she's …
 
Congratulations to Tadej Pogacar for the big TDF win. Now can we PLEASE get a race that I could ride without falling off of a mountain? <3Where to find Joel + UriahSpotify: bit.ly/JUTI-SPApple Podcasts: bit.ly/JUTI-APGoogle Podcasts: bit.ly/JUTI-GPStitcher: bit.ly/JUTI-STYouTube: bit.ly/JUTI-YTFacebook: bit.ly/JUTI-FBTwitter: bit.ly/JUTI-TWJoelandU…
 
When you think of KEEN, you probably think of their iconic sandals, the ones with bungee cord straps and big rubber toe caps. Over the years, KEEN has prioritized social and environmental responsibility. In this bonus episode, Shelby chats with Erik Burbank, the vice-president of the KEEN Effect and Kirk Richardson, a KEEN Effect advisor. Their mis…
 
White feminism is an ideology that seeks individual power over community wellbeing. Join author Koa Beck for a look at the racism embedded in much of the movement's history, and learn how we can all make feminism truly inclusive. Moderated by Fauziah Ibrahim - You can watch this talk along with the others recorded at the All About Women festival, o…
 
Australia's mental health system is broken and needs to change. On this, psychiatrists, as well as those with a mental illness, agree. But what needs to be done? Are we pathologizing normal human distress, and prescribing too much medication? Could psychedelic drugs, and therapy, be part of the solution?…
 
¿Cómo debe ser el líder multidimensional del siglo XXI? El concepto de liderazgo está en constante transformación. El líder de la actualidad debe, ante todo, asumirse a si mismo como un ente integral, atendiendo distintos aspectos de su ser. Sólo así, podrá estar en sintonía consigo mismo y podrá así generar un impacto más certero en su entorno. Ef…
 
How can data be biased? Isn’t it supposed to be an objective reflection of the real world? We all know that these are somewhat naive rhetorical questions, since data can easily inherit bias from the people who collect and analyze it, just as an algorithm can make biased suggestions if it’s trained on biased datasets. A better question is, how do bi…
 
Over 470 indigenous Australians have died since the royal commission thirty years ago. Indigenous people over-represented in our criminal justice system. They’re more likely to find themselves in police lock-ups and prisons. And more at risk of dying in custody. Indigenous law professor Larissa Behrendt looks at what’s behind those terrible statist…
 
We've been encouraged for decades to learn an Asian language but many of us don't see the need to be bilingual. If we want deep engagement with our Asian neighbours then language learning should be a priority. In China, the government is pushing for the use of the national language Mandarin. While the benefits of a common language are understood mi…
 
Trying to grow a business, family, or climb the corporate ladder? Perhaps you are trying to change the world or improve yourself. Whatever success means to you, it can be harder to achieve when living with Anxiety. In this episode, I introduce you to what it means to be successfully anxious, how it impacted me, and what you can learn from my experi…
 
I spoke to macroeconomic analyst Karthik Sankaran about many of his brilliant insights on economic development process. Karthik long and broad experience working on emerging markets shines through our entire conversation. His gift of wit and summarizing complex economic into understandable bits is one of the best I have encountered - as you can tel…
 
Michael Douglas that is. Join the fan club and know more about him than he ever wanted you to know. Check out ghostpartyparty.com! Have a look at all of our movie posters for all of our episodes! Song Credit: DON'T MAKE TERRY WAIT by Dr Sparkles licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Artwork by Kelsey Henry and Andrew Santoro Edited, Produced, and Recorded…
 
How do we adjust our communications for audiences from cultural backgrounds different from our own? This episode starts with advice on how to do this for audiences within North America and then considers how to communicate with cultural groups across the world. The episode summarizes Chapter 6 of Business Communication: Rhetorical Situations (Broad…
 
Tsedal Neeley is Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. Her work focuses on how leaders can scale their organization by developing and implementing global and digital strategies and regularly advises top leaders who are embarking on virtual work and large-scale change that involves global expansion, digital transformat…
 
Hear from Kate Crawford, Honorary Professor at the University of Sydney and one of the world's foremost scholars on the social and political implications of artificial intelligence.Timed for the Australian launch of her new book, 'Atlas of AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence', Kate speaks with Fenella Kernebone t…
 
How does the story of Nehemiah guide leaders today? Lovett H. Weems Jr. explains why Nehemiah is so relevant to leaders in today’s church and how the book of Nehemiah informs our understanding of a leader’s calling and tasks.โดย Lewis Center for Church Leadership
 
Steve chats with Judi Moreillon, editor of Core Values in School Librarianship: Responding with Commitment and Courage, about why equity, diversity, inclusion, and intellectual freedom are core values for school librarians, the work of her contributors, and why this is her last book. Judi Moreillon, PhD, is an editor, author, literacies and librari…
 
Buckle up! In this much-anticipated episode, Scott, Karl, and Trent discuss outlaw country music. Starting as a movement about freedom, authenticity, and rebellion, outlaw country is all about breaking the rules. During the 1970s, Nashville's country music stars had to fight for creative control of their songs. When Willie Nelson bucked the Nashvil…
 
Cooperation is the means by which life arose in the first place. It’s how we progressed through scale and complexity, from free-floating strands of genetic material, to nation states. But given what we know about the mechanisms of evolution, cooperation is also something of a puzzle. How does cooperation begin, when on a Darwinian level, all that t…
 
With more people coming out as gender fluid, transitioning or on a spectrum of gender identity, it's clear the biological constraints of gender today have loosened. But how do we deal with enduring gender-based social inequality and injustice? Will we ever get to a point in society where gender doesn’t matter? Jesse Bering is an award-winning scien…
 
As Marxists, we follow the example set by the Russian Revolution of 1917, as the greatest event in human history - a milestone in the fight for a world liberated from oppression, exploitation and war. But we are also often told lies about what the revolution was and what it represented. In this episode of Revolutionary Ideas, we will be interviewin…
 
Ideas, Energized: Deeper Dive Series Presented by Larta Institute and OCP North America Hosted by Rodger Wasson of Farm to Table Talk Episode 6 of Deeper Dive features Kari Hernandez, VP of Carbon Operations at Indigo Ag In this episode Kari Hernandez, VP of Carbon Operations at Indigo Ag joins Rodger to discuss the challenges and opportunities for…
 
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