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Public Service Podcasting

Crayg Ward, James Brown and Nathan Stewart

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3 super-fans go(!) delving into the audio archives of Public Service Broadcasting. Join your hosts James Brown, Nathan Stewart, and Crayg Ward on a nerdy and insightful exploration of the band’s entire discography. Together they’ll dissect and celebrate the music of PSB; from the soaring riffs of ‘Spitfire’ to the Berlin beats of ‘Bright Magic’ (…and beyond). Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a casual listener, this podcast is your go-to destination for all things Public Service Broadcasting.
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The Australian Public Service (APS) plays a critical role in delivering the Australian Government’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and priorities for the future. Every fortnight on ‘Work with Purpose’, we will talk to key individuals from inside the APS, giving listeners a unique perspective on how the APS works and how it serves the Australian community. Work with Purpose is produced in a partnership between contentgroup and IPAA ACT, with the support of the APS Commission. Follow Wor ...
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Let’s Talk Public Service

Let’s Talk Public Service

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A podcast from the UVA Law Public Service Center. More information at www.law.virginia.edu/public-service Podcast transcripts available at https://www.law.virginia.edu/public-service/let%E2%80%99s-talk-public-service Transcipts for all podcasts are coming soon.
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The Global Public Service (GPS) Podcast

Hopewell Valley Student Publications Network

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The Global Public Service (GPS) Podcast is a student-run podcast and an upper-level humanities course at Hopewell Valley Central High School. At the end of each semester, students must complete passion projects. Some of the students elected to complete podcasts on their topic.
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Step inside the minds of healthcare leaders across the country with a new series aimed at spreading factual, informative and inspiring knowledge through conversations with a list of influential and educated health and policy experts in various fields. Hosted by James E.K. Hildreth, PhD, MD, infectious disease expert and researcher and CEO and president of one of the country’s four HBCU medical institutions, Meharry Medical College, our first season focuses on relevant and interesting topics ...
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PMS: Public Mande-Service

PMS: Public Mande-Service

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NB! Vi har skiftet navn og format på podcasten. I de nye afsnit agerer vi brevkasse, som forsøger at give mænd svar på alt: penisstørrelsers relevans, kærlighed, kvinders tanker og alt derimellem. I skriver - vi svarer!
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We depend on public services for a functioning society. But there are record pressures on our health, social care and children’s services; and those covering homelessness, housing, domestic abuse, education, employment and training, criminal justice and support. Resources are stretched. Demand is escalating. Traditional approaches, whereby public authorities either do everything in-house, or outsource services with the same process as when they buy goods, are not delivering good outcomes. Th ...
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Welcome to The VetRise Podcast w/ Juan Perez, hosted by Marine Corps Scout Sniper Veteran, founder, owner, public speaker, and content creator Juan Perez. My goal is to make success after service accessible to every veteran. You'll learn about the many failures and lessons Juan has learned on his path from service to society. For more information on the VetRise Academy and for a chance to work with Juan Perez (Coach JP), find us on social media @JPTheVeteranCoach Tune in to The VetRise Podca ...
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This limited series podcast is for you if you want to learn how to generate six figure income stream by leveraging speaking opportunities. This 21 episode series will serve as an audio course for online entrepreneurs. This show will deliver tips to help you write a compelling speech, deliver a speech with confidence, sell from the stage, get positioned as the expert, and monetize your content. You’re in the right place if you’re looking for public speaking tips from a professional speaker wh ...
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Matt Yannopoulos, Associate Secretary of the Department of Defence, maps out a unified approach for the public service to defend Australia’s interests. In a world with increasing geopolitical tension, collaboration across the public service remains key to protecting Australia’s security and prosperity. On this episode, David Pembroke sits down with…
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In this episode, we dive deep into the controversial topic of sharing your personal journey, whether it’s fitness, mindset, or overall health. Discover why keeping your progress private might be the key to greater success. We explore the hidden pitfalls of oversharing, how it can sabotage your success, and why your journey should be for you and not…
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VA law prevents utility shutoffs in extreme circumstances; MI construction industry responds to a high number of worker suicides; 500,000 still without power or water in the Houston area; KY experts: Children, and babies at higher risk for heat illness.
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Biden mixes up Harris, Trump names at outset of high-stakes news conference; Boosting 'Hope' about climate-change among NM's next generation; HBCU students highlighted during MLB All-Star Week in TX.; With new home energy rebates on the horizon, MN wants to emphasize equity.
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Utah State University to open center for digital accessibility within education A new center coming to Utah State University this fall will provide accessible digital materials to students with disabilities. Cynthia Curry, director of the National Center on Accessible Digital Educational Materials and Instruction, or NCADEMI, said the facility will…
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The boys from the podcast scramble their microphones in haste to reflect on an exciting week for PSB fans far and wide! If you'd like to get your views heard on the podcast, AND would like to take part in our 'End Of Season Listener Party' then register your interest by emailing: publicservicepodcasting@gmail.com Or DM us on IG: @publicservicepodca…
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Majority of married same-sex couples say marriage equality threatened Twenty years after Massachusetts became the first state to permit marriage equality, a majority of same-sex married couples say it had a profound positive impact on their lives. A new report finds it strengthened couples' relationships, provided legal protections, financial secur…
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In this episode, we're diving into a topic that might ruffle some feathers but is essential for real growth: why you need to stop using your kids as an excuse. We'll explore how this mindset is holding you back and why it’s crucial to prioritize your own goals. Discover strategies to balance your dreams with family responsibilities and learn how to…
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In this episode, we tackle the hidden dangers of toxic positivity. While positive thinking has its benefits, relentless positivity can lead to denial and inaction. Discover how acknowledging struggles and setbacks is crucial for real growth and resilience. Learn strategies to balance positivity with realism and face challenges head-on. This is the …
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Biden mixes up Harris, Trump names at outset of high-stakes news conference; Boosting 'Hope' about climate-change among NM's next generation; HBCU students highlighted during MLB All-Star Week in TX; With new home energy rebates on the horizon, MN wants to emphasize equity.
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In this episode, we explore the journey to personal freedom by breaking free from past habits and mistakes. Learn to identify what's holding you back and take actionable steps towards a better future. Discover the importance of setting boundaries, changing mindsets, and developing routines to achieve true personal sovereignty. This is the VetRise P…
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AZ senator: Many liberties at stake ahead of election. Race to restore power to 1.5M after Hurricane Beryl as dangerous heat wave continues; Feds fine bank $20 million for illegal car-insurance practices; Indiana law introduces big changes to home buying.
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Colorado housing costs 8th least affordable in the nation; Restrictions on transgender health care slipped into Senate's must-pass defense bill; Proposed GOP budget could harm NYers, critics say; MI high court re-evaluates life sentences for young offenders.
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AZ senator: Many liberties at stake ahead of election: Race to restore power to 1.5M after Hurricane Beryl as dangerous heat wave continues; Feds fine bank $20 million for illegal car-insurance practices; Indiana law introduces big changes to home buying.
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In this episode, we explore the feeling of not being good enough and the biases we face. Discover how to change perspectives, improve yourself, and turn biases into opportunities for success. Real stories and actionable strategies will guide you in overcoming challenges and achieving excellence. This is the VetRise Podcast w/ Juan Perez, hosted by …
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Excessive Montana heat prompts virtual emergency health care; Trump toys with Miami crowd and Rubio over vice presidential pick; CA transport projects get millions from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law; University of Georgia farm program helps veterans transition to agriculture.
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Colorado posts 2nd-highest loss of Medicaid coverage in the nation; Biden opens NATO summit by announcing new air defenses for Ukraine; New map reveals high wildfire risks for Florida; Advocacy groups want NM's governor to halt the special legislative session.
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Colorado posts 2nd-highest loss of Medicaid coverage in the nation; Biden opens NATO summit by announcing new air defenses for Ukraine; New map reveals high wildfire risks for Florida amid heat wave; Advocacy groups want NM's Governor to halt the special legislative session.
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In this episode, we explore the concept of equanimity and its importance in maintaining composure during life's most chaotic moments. Learn how to respond appropriately rather than react emotionally, and discover practical strategies for developing a calm, resilient mindset. This episode dives into the teachings of stoicism, personal anecdotes from…
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In celebration of NAIDOC Week, Corey Tutt OAM from DeadlyScience and artist Ben Williams share the spirit of pride in their heritage and work. They invite you to listen closely to create true connections with First Nations peoples. How can all Australians join in celebrating First Nations peoples’ contributions? And what will it take for the public…
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Advocates to flood social media to promote Black Women's Equal Pay Day; At least 7 dead and more than 2M without power in Hurricane Beryl aftermath; Richmond city workers' first union contract to take effect; Fed judge restores higher WA farmworker wages.
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Majority of married same-sex couples say marriage equality threatened, Texas officials say restoring electricity will take days after Beryl knocked out power to millions; 'Tiny Home' community in AR aims to combat homelessness; PA reaps major gains from Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
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The majority of married same-sex couples say marriage equality threatened, Texas officials say restoring electricity will take days after Beryl knocked out power to millions; 'Tiny Home' community in AR aims to combat homelessness; PA reaps major gains from Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
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Clean-water advocates head back to court over Colorado factory farms; Tropical Storm Beryl expected to make landfall in Texas as a hurricane; 'Drive-thru' blood network addresses critical shortage in rural Montana; Kentucky to provide health coverage for people leaving incarceration.
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Hurricane Beryl slams into Texas coast: Wind, surge threats; Roof repair grants could keep MN insurance claims from spiraling out of control; 'Composting our emotions:' how climate action cultivates well-being.
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Clean-water advocates head back to court over Colorado factory farms; Tropical Storm Beryl expected to make landfall in Texas as a hurricane; 'Drive-thru' blood network addresses critical shortage in rural Montana; Kentucky to provide health coverage for people leaving incarceration.
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Biden administration's proposed heat rules would protect ID farmworkers; Biden Tells Governors He Needs More Sleep and Less Work at Night; NM wildfires prompt precautions, new food assistance; Advocates for detained immigrants decry the loss of free phone calls.
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MI empowers disadvantaged communities for clean energy; Biden high-stakes interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos set to broadcast tonight; Report: National project helps MN push back against deforestation; NE crisis response system needs bolstering,
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Biden administration's proposed heat rules would protect ID farmworkers; Biden tells governors he needs more sleep, less work night; NM wildfires prompt precautions, new food assistance; Advocates for detained immigrants decry the loss of free phone calls.
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Illinois' 988 crisis hotline 'ineffective;' Biden tells allies he knows he has only days to salvage candidacy; Hurricane Beryl aims for the Yucatan Peninsula; Federal judge blocks Montana logging project, protects iconic hawk.
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$90 million in federal infrastructure funding headed to WA; Hurricane Beryl roars by Jamaica after killing at least 6 people in the southeast Caribbean; UNLV law professor: SCOTUS has changed the U.S. in 'dramatic ways'; Free summer camps boost career goals for underserved youth.
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Report: UT answers 94% of mental health crisis calls Two years since Congress designated the new 988 National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, a new report examined each states' progress and found Utah has fared well in terms of responsiveness.The mental health advocacy group Inseparable found Utah's 988 call answer rate was 94%.Angela Kimball, chief a…
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SCOTUS turns down river dredge mining in ID without a permit; the White House weighs options after ruling on immunity-Democrats angry at partisan split; Tips to stay safe as July 4th heatwave envelops the Golden State; Prison reform proposal seeks federal funding to reduce the state prison population.…
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CO nursing homes left in dark as utilities cut power to prevent wildfire; First Democrat in Congress calls on Biden to withdraw after debate; Report says abortion restrictions cost SD's economy $670 million annually; CT '988' hotline services rank high in national report; NE Winnebago Educare promotes children's well-being.…
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Voters say future SCOTUS appointments are top-of-mind issue; President Biden issues a warning about power of the presidency and Trump after SCOTUS immunity ruling; summer meals for kids available to-go and by delivery in remote rural areas, and IN's 988 success sets example but report says all states must improve crisis support.…
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One million acres of forest protected under The Conservation Fund, including in OR; Trump seeks to set aside his New York hush money guilty verdict after Supreme Court immunity ruling; 'Share the Pennies' weatherization program tackles climate solutions, reduces cost; Utah feels the impact of California's ban on gestation crates.…
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Utah feels impact of California's ban on gestation crates Farm advocates claim price gouging on meat and poultry in California is spreading across the country, including Utah's pork industry, which garnered close to $122 million of personal income and $195 million of Gross National Product in 2023.California passed a law banning the use of gestatio…
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MA boosts funding for 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline services Community groups in Massachusetts will see continued funding to support the state's 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.Public health officials have announced more than $8 million in grants to better support those experiencing emotional distress or suicidal thoughts. Nearly 7,000 calls were…
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Mail carriers celebrated on National Postal Workers Day; Beryl becomes 'extremely dangerous' Category 4 hurricane expected to bring life-threatening conditions to the Caribbean; MA boosts funding for 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline services; NV June primary shows high preference for mail ballots.
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SCOTUS keeps Trump election case alive, but rules he has some immunity for official acts; AR health center aims to get more healthy foods to expecting mothers; IL financial jobs seen at risk with possible merger; Idaho poll: Clean energy production, preserving nature compatible goals.
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Dr Amaly Khalaf and Dr Steven Munns from the Australian Public Service Commission explore psychological safety in public sector workplaces – from the desk to the frontlines. Creating workplaces which are both mentally and physically safe is a mission close to Dr Amaly Khalaf’s and Dr Steven Munn’s hearts. On this episode of Work with Purpose, they …
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SCOTUS decision in ID case allows emergency abortions for now; Trump and Biden debate abortion; FL aims to build a comprehensive crisis response system; MN labor dispute highlights park workers' job challenges; DE Legislature approves End-of-Life Options Act for terminally ill patients.
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New plan to increase tariffs on Chinese imports garners public support - Tariffs were discussed during the debate last night; CNN flash poll shows Trump as the clear winner of first presidential debate; New Mexico 'Dreamer' sets sights on state legislature; Campaigns ramp up messaging for ND property tax question.…
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In this episode, we dive into strategies for achieving extraordinary results in just one year. Learn how to cut out distractions, focus on what truly matters, and implement actionable steps to make your biggest goals a reality. Whether it's personal growth, career advancement, or fitness, discover how to maximize your potential and make this your m…
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Farm Bill proposal would cut SNAP food assistance by $30 billion; Biden and Trump to face off at CNN presidential debate; Preparing the next generation of Hmong farmers; A trip to Ohio transports visitors to another world.
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Know your status on National HIV Testing Day There are over a million people living with HIV in the United States and just over 3,400 call Utah home.Today, on National HIV Testing Day, public health experts want to encourage testing so people can know their status and get the care they need.A new poll found more than a third of Americans believe se…
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Indiana center hosts sites for National HIV Testing Day; SCOTUS mistakenly posts abortion ruling document on website; Helping prevent the 'summer slide' among NM's school-aged kids; Lawsuits allege Amazon responsible for selling chemical used for suicide.
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Discover how to overcome self-sabotage by becoming self-aware and addressing the flaws holding you back. Learn to replace negative habits with positive actions and aim for your best life. Identify what's sabotaging your progress and take control of your journey towards success. This is the VetRise Podcast w/ Juan Perez, hosted by Marine Corps Scout…
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California 'price gouging' ripples to Iowa; Trump lawyers in classified docs case ask judge to suppress evidence seized during Mar-a-Lago search; Mobile units aim to 'Make Summer Fair' for rural low-income kids; New Mexico earns high marks, boosts enrollment with no-cost college.
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