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IDEAS is a deep-dive into contemporary thought and intellectual history. No topic is off-limits. In the age of clickbait and superficial headlines, it's for people who like to think.
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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, ...
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Arts & Ideas

BBC Radio 4

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Leading thinkers discuss the ideas shaping our lives – looking back at the news and making links between past and present. Broadcast as Free Thinking, Fridays at 9pm on BBC Radio 4. Presented by Matthew Sweet, Shahidha Bari and Anne McElvoy.
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Big Ideas

ABC listen

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Feed your mind. Be provoked. One big idea at a time. Your brain will love you for it. Grab your front row seat to the best live forums and festivals with Natasha Mitchell.
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Books & Ideas Audio

Vancouver Writers Fest

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Exhilarating conversations and ideas from the world’s greatest storytellers and luminaries. From the esteemed vaults of the Vancouver Writers Fest, located in beautiful British Columbia.
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Engelsberg Ideas Podcasts

Engelsberg Ideas Podcasts

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Engelsberg Ideas podcasts bring together leading writers, thinkers and historians to discuss the biggest issues facing the world today. You’ll find calm conversations and thought-provoking analysis.
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Ideas of India

Mercatus Center at George Mason University

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Through conversations with top thinkers in the social sciences and beyond, economist Shruti Rajagopalan explores the ideas that will propel India forward.
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Engelsberg Ideas

Engelsberg Ideas

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Engelsberg Ideas podcasts bring together leading writers, thinkers and historians to discuss the biggest issues facing the world today. You’ll find calm conversations and thought-provoking analysis. Hosted by Adam Boulton and Mattias Hessérus.
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Thinkers & Ideas

BCG Henderson Institute

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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, Global 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. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com ...
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Rank Ideas

Chris Endrey and Nick Delatovic

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Rank Ideas is the definitive list of every human idea ranked in order from best to worst. Hosted by Australian artists, Nick Delatovic and Chris Endrey.
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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.
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Bikes & Big Ideas is the weekly podcast from BLISTER that's dedicated to the most interesting conversations and ideas from the bike world — and beyond. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Sydney Ideas

Sydney Ideas

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Sydney Ideas is the University of Sydney's premier public lecture series program, bringing the world's leading thinkers and the latest research to the wider Sydney community.
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On Broad Ideas, Rachel Bilson is joined by long-time best friend Olivia Allen to talk about sex, mental health, their belief (or lack of) in ghosts, and so much more. They’ll be joined by old friends, young friends, and some friends they haven’t met yet to have fun, casual conversations about the same kind of broad topics you'd find yourself discussing with your girlfriends.
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The Startup Ideas Pod

Greg Isenberg

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This is the startup ideas podcast. Hosted by Greg Isenberg (CEO Late Checkout, ex-advisor of Reddit, TikTok etc). 📬 Join my free newsletter to get weekly startup insights for free: https://www.gregisenberg.com/ X: https://twitter.com/gregisenberg LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gisenberg/ Free 5 day course on using the ACP method to turn strangers into customers via internet audiences and communities over here https://www.communityempire.co/
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Ideas de Valor

Carlos Figueroa

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Ideas de valor es un podcast, que nace para motivar a emprender y a realizar sueños en diferentes ámbitos, tanto en la vida cotidiana como en la profesional. Transmitiendo desde los estudios de Wow Center, Plaza Brassavola en La Esperanza, Intibucá.
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Ideas Have Consequences

Disciple Nations Alliance

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Everything that we see around us is the product of ideas, of ideologies, of worldviews. That's where everything starts. Worldviews are not all the same, and the differences matter a lot. How do you judge a tree? By its fruits. How do you judge a worldview? By its physical, tangible, observable fruit. The things it produces. Ideas that are noble and true produce beauty, abundance, and human flourishing. Poisonous ideas produce ugliness. They destroy and dehumanize. It really is that simple. W ...
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Aspen Ideas to Go

The Aspen Institute

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Aspen Ideas to Go is a show about big ideas that will open your mind. Featuring compelling conversations with the world’s top thinkers and doers from a diverse range of disciplines, Aspen Ideas to Go gives you front-row access to the Aspen Ideas Festival and other events presented by the Aspen Institute.
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Leading Ideas Talks

Lewis Center for Church Leadership

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Leading Ideas Talks brings to the table cutting-edge leaders on subjects you care about — navigating change, reaching younger people, financing your ministry, communicating effectively — to help you be the leader God is calling you to be.
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Ideas Sobre Liderazgo

Ideas Sobre Liderazgo

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Ideas Sobre Liderazgo es el espacio donde encontrarás herramientas, temas, mejores prácticas e ideas de vanguardia que te permitirán convertirte en un líder más efectivo, gestionar mejor a tu equipo y lograr un balance de vida y trabajo saludable.
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Defending Ideas

Sutherland Institute

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Defending Ideas is a weekly podcast produced by Sutherland Institute. On this show we are committed to renewing the principles of common sense conservatism, by equipping listeners to become more effective champions of sound principle and good policy. Visit defendingideas.org.
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Great Art, Big Ideas

International Festival of Arts & Ideas

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Introducing Great Art, Big Ideas Podcast from the International Festival of Arts & Ideas in New Haven, CT. This series delves into the most pressing topics in our local community and around the world. Our eclectic program offers a mix of serious, controversial, and whimsical topics, all designed to inspire new ways of thinking.
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What if we spent more time thinking about solutions rather than problems? Are you looking for more positive news? World Changing Ideas travels around the globe to find the leaders, experts and activists who are dreaming big and working to change the world for the better. With a focus on the environment, social justice and innovation, these are stories that will get you thinking. World-changing ideas come in all shapes and sizes. Join the conversation with solutions journalist and filmmaker A ...
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I’m joined by Jason Cohen, a four-time entrepreneur and current Chief Innovation Officer of WP Engine, to discuss his three best startup ideas: a tool for optimizing social media replies, a simpler, lower price segment, and helping people make practical, simple strategies. 🚀 My FREE 5 day email course to learn how to build a business of the future …
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What shapes the perpetrators of violence against women? And why haven’t efforts to achieve political and economic equality been enough to stop the violence? As part of our series, IDEAS at Crow’s Theatre, professor Miglena Todorova explores violence against women — and why efforts to enshrine political and economic gender equality have failed.…
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In this episode of the CEU Press Podcast, host Andrea Talabér (CEU Press/CEU Review of Books) sat down with Matt Qvortrup (Coventry University) to discuss his new book with CEU Press entitled, The Political Brain: The Emergence of Neuropolitics (CEU Press, 2024). Putting the “science” back into political science, The Political Brain shows how fMRI-…
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Has the way politicians speak ever made you shout at the television, feel bamboozled, helpless, or shut out of democratic debate over our shared future? Pollie-talk can make important issues opaque, the inequitable seem fair, and the fair seem inequitable. Join Big Ideas host Natasha Mitchell for some straight talk that cuts through the spin and ja…
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Today, as men, we need to do more than understand the largely lost concept of biblical masculinity. We need freedom. Most men are trapped by "shadows" or lies and have a difficult time expressing vulnerability, making us familiar with the grip of isolation and loneliness. This is not the life God intended. Today, we had the honor of sitting down wi…
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¡Descubre un mundo de posibilidades construyendo tu red de contactos profesionales! Imagina tener acceso a un círculo de personas que comparten tus metas y están dispuestas a apoyarte en tu camino hacia el éxito. Desde oportunidades laborales hasta asesoramiento profesional, una red de contactos puede abrirte puertas que nunca imaginaste. Pero ¿cóm…
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It should be easy to vote and hard to cheat. This oft-quoted phrase has been articulated as a guiding principle by many elected officials wading into voting and election policy debates in recent years. So why has this issue been so contentious, and what’s the solution? Nic Dunn sits down with Justin Jones, Executive Director of the Gary R. Herbert …
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Oriana Poindexter is a professional artist whose work weaves together photography, science, and marine life. Her art is very unique. Oriana uses seaweed and light-sensitive chemicals to make stunning, almost haunting prints. She lives in San Diego where she free dives in kelp forests for inspiration, and to harvest materials for her art. Connect wi…
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The anti-tax movement is "the most important overlooked social and political movement of the last half century", according to our guest Michael J. Graetz. In his book The Power to Destroy: How the Antitax Movement Hijacked America (Princeton UP, 2024), Graetz chronicles the movement from a fringe theory promoted by zealous outsiders using false eco…
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Humanity itself might be the hardest thing for scientists to study fairly and accurately. Not only do we come to the subject with certain inevitable preconceptions, but it's hard to resist the temptation to find scientific justifications for the stories we'd like to tell about ourselves. In his new book, The Invention of Prehistory, Stefanos Geroul…
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Nell Tiger Free [Game of Thrones, Servant] talks to Rachel and Olivia about getting cast for Game of Thrones at 14, the most dorky thing about her, and her new film The First Omen. They also discuss the zombie apocalypse, real life ghost stories, and what they would put on their gravestone QR-codes. Broad Ideas is supported by Blissy. Try now risk-…
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“It seems to me that we face very grave crises indeed and that, if we are to survive, we need not just a few new measures, but a complete change of heart and mind.” Iain McGilchrist, The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World There seems to be […] The post Are We Enslaved to One Side of the Brain? – The Sickn…
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Classicist Mary Beard picks Tacitus as a figure who still has relevance if we're thinking about satire, power and celebrity. Shahidha Bari is joined by Mary, historian Helen Carr, who co-edited What is History Now? political sketch-writer from The Times newspaper Tom Peck and Konnie Huq, writer and former presenter of the children's TV show Blue Pe…
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Danny Ryan doesn’t see himself as ambitious — which is surprising, seeing as he’s both stolen and made millions. But in his mind, he’s just an average guy trying to survive in a world that would rather he not. Ryan is the central character of Don Winslow’s sweeping crime trilogy that draws parallels to movies like “The Godfather” and “Goodfellas.” …
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It's incredible to think that after all these years, the Rank Ideas podcast is just four trophies away from our feted EGOT. While we wait, we are lucky to have the greatest award of all - friendship. And this old soccer trophy I have that says 'best podcast co-host' in Nick's handwriting. Are awards generally any good though? Listen up to know defi…
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The biggest division in modern society is between the meritocracy and the people, the cognitive elite and the masses, the exam-passers and the exam-flunkers. Read by Leighton Pugh. Image: Caricature of a Cambridge University library in the Georgian era. Credit: Thomas Rowlandson / Alamy Stock PhotoEI Weekly Listen
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The biggest division in modern society is between the meritocracy and the people, the cognitive elite and the masses, the exam-passers and the exam-flunkers. Read by Leighton Pugh. Image: Caricature of a Cambridge University library in the Georgian era. Credit: Thomas Rowlandson / Alamy Stock PhotoEngelsberg Ideas Podcasts
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Cait Sojka and John Heisler give "lightning talks" on applied business use-cases for modern analytics at the Data Careers Summit on Feb 23rd, 2024! Cait's talk focuses on use-cases enabled by Alteryx that you can immediately get started with, while John's talk focuses on using SQL/data engineering skills and how to position yourself. More on Cait: …
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We’ve been testing a massive assortment of new bikes and other gear, and David Golay and Zack Henderson sat down to chat about a whole bunch of them, including the high-pivot Norco Optic and Sight, the new Specialized Epic Evo, the newly-mulleted Yeti SB165, and more. RELATED LINKS: BLISTER+ Membership BLISTER+ Real World Testimonials Blister Labs …
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J.J. and Dr. Eric Lawee comment on Rashi's astounding career, and refuse to gloss over his contentious journey to join the Jewish canon. Please send any complaints or compliments to podcasts@torahinmotion.org For more information visit torahinmotion.org/podcasts Eric Lawee is a professor in the Department of Bible at Bar-Ilan University, where he t…
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Climate change is demanding an extraordinarily rapid transformation of human society, and we don’t have a manual. The people who have done the least to cause the problem are the people who will be feeling it most, and that pattern of inequality exists both within and between nations. Mapping a course to an adapted planet is an incredibly complex ta…
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Boeing has been in the news recently . . . Between a door plug blowing off mid-flight and sudden nose dives causing injuries, the company has been in very hot water. ‘Fast Company’ contributing writer Clint Rainey joined us to explain what’s really going on at Boeing and how it plans to address safety and quality concerns. For more on our Boeing co…
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Steve chats with Sylvie Golod and Thomas Maluck from Richland Library about why financial literacy is an important topic for libraries to cover, the programs and services Richland offers in its Business, Careers, and Resources Center, how to make the subject appealing to teens and adults, and the importance of community partners. Plus, a Secret Sta…
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Podcast Episode 144 How can a faith community organize itself to combat the sin of racism? Michael Adam Beck and Stephanie Moore Hand share with us a practical framework for doing justice together that reimagines discipleship, leadership, and evangelism as tools for change. Listen on Apple Podcasts | YouTube Music | Spotify Watch on YouTube Doing […
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En este episodio conversamos sobre las dos grandes plataformas para conocer y entablar relaciones sentimentales, no sentimentales y de negocios. La historia detrás de Tinder y Bumble y como revolucionaron el mundo con sus plataformas. Dale click para acceder a nuestras redes sociales: Youtube Instagram Facebook Ponte en contacto con nosotros Host: …
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In Making Sense of Chaos: A better economics for a better world, J. Doyne Farmer challenges traditional economic models, which rely on simplistic assumptions and fail to provide accurate predictions. Farmer, a complex systems scientist at the University of Oxford and the Santa Fe Institute, argues that with technological advances in data science an…
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Greetings, Tomb Believers! This is it! The thrilling conclusion to our three-part series discussing CAPTAIN BRITAIN & MI:13 in its entirety! (In case you missed them, Part 1 and Part 2 released earlier this week). And this final story arc has EVERYTHING – up to and including Dracula shooting vampires out of cannons from his castle on the moon. For …
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Today my guest is Pranay Kotasthane who is the deputy director of the Takshashila Institution and chairs the High Tech Geopolitics Programme. Pranay co-writes Anticipating the Unintended, a newsletter on public policy ideas and frameworks, and co-hosts Puliyabaazi, a popular Hindi-Urdu podcast on politics, policy, and technology. He is the co-autho…
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Delve into the history, science, and beauty of the natural world with Australian author James Bradley, Professor of Marine Biology Maria Byrne, ocean and climate advocate Tishiko King and host Helen Sullivan (Guardian Australia).This event was held live at the University of Sydney on 8 March 2024. For more details and resources, visit the Sydney Id…
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Embark on a journey with Jess Tayel and Fatimah Abbouchi, a seasoned change and transformation thought leader boasting 25 years of global experience. Having worked in 15 countries and collaborated with esteemed organisations such as Google, Boeing, and Apple, Jess brings a wealth of insight into the intricacies of driving change across diverse cult…
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Keynote by Thi Bui, author and artist of the graphic memoir "The Best We Could Do". Introduction by President Dr. Elsa Nunez, Eastern Connecticut State University Moderated by Dr. Jason O. Chang, Associate Professor of History and Asian American Studies, Director of the Asian and Asian American Studies Institute, University of Connecticut Welcome t…
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Our annual Poetry Bash is a gateway to discovering exceptional poets from across the globe. In this release from our 2023 flagship Festival, hear readings from Victoria Adukwei Bulley (Quiet), Lorna Crozier (After That), Patrick Friesen (Reckoning), Susan Musgrave (Exculpatory Lilies) Michael V. Smith (Queers Like Me), and Matthew James Weigel (Whi…
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