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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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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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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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It’s time to step to the front of the room, hold the microphone, and share your story, solution, and thought leadership. This show will deliver tips to help you write a compelling speech, deliver a speech with confidence, and monetize your content. You’re in the right place if you’re looking for public speaking tips from a professional speaker who now helps entrepreneurs, small business owners, online coaches and consultants. Get ready to learn how to leverage public speaking opportunities t ...
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Proposed UT bill targets AI in political ads One Utah lawmaker wants to regulate artificial intelligence in political ads.Sen. Wayne Harper, R-Taylorsville, is behind Senate Bill 131, which would help ensure Utahns are not being misinformed. ...(Read More)
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FirstEnergy first to abandon interim clean-energy goals for addressing climate change; the body of an 11-year-old Texas girl who disappeared on her way to school has been found in a river; and Indiana youth reported to be making progress despite challenges.
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New online tool helps Boston grow tree equity A new online tool is helping community groups in Boston ensure all neighborhoods reap the benefits from urban tree canopies. The Tree Equity Score Analyzer, or TESA, was created by the national nonprofit, American Forests to help communities study disparities in tree coverage and develop planting scenar…
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Did you have a business as a young teenager to earn a little extra money? Celi Arias, a business coach who started her first business at age 11to fund her passion for ballet. We dive into Celi's diverse background - from professional dancer to fashion designer to COO - and how those experiences shaped her unique approach to coaching clients today. …
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Public Service Podcasting is GO! Welcome to the first episode of a brand new podcast, featuring James Brown, Crayg Ward, and Nathan Stewart. Together these three music lovers will delve deep into the discography of their favourite band: Public Service Broadcasting. Episode 1 starts at the beginning with The War Room EP, released in 2012 - a documen…
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Despite greater flexibility and more opportunities, gender equity still has some way to go. The country’s gender pay gap persists, and women are still underrepresented in leadership positions according to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency. One of the ways workplaces and women themselves are trying to turn the tide, is to offer and actively engag…
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Minnesota public safety agencies reeling from weekend tragedy; Speaker Johnson faces critical decision on Ukraine aid; Public comment sought on proposal to limit growth in health-care costs; MS postal union workers voice concerns about understaffing, mail delays.
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Group advocates for better transit options in rural Utah A coalition of Utah stakeholders is launching the "Campaign for Public Transit in the 435," which will aim to bring better forms of transit to those who live in rural areas and engage legislators in the process. Scott Mershon, Cache County resident and one of the organizers of the 435 Transit…
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UT heart survivor shares story to spread awareness for American Heart Month One Utah woman is sharing her story during American Heart Month to spread awareness about how important preventive heart health care is.Claire Larson, a cardiac arrest survivor, was a 28-year-old aerobics teacher in April 2000, who said she felt healthy and "on top of the w…
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New poll: Strong majority in AZ values postsecondary education; Trump's New York hush-money case will start March 25. It s the first of his criminal trials; ACLU says immigrants in Omaha's Immigration Court are often denied their due-process rights.
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Deadly Kansas City shooting following the Chief's victory parade; stagnant state funding leaves Texas public schools reeling; Children's Dental Health Month: Experts encourage good habits early; New data illustrates decline of thriving farm communities.
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School counselors teach time management to counter students’ high rates of stress Time management is an essential skill for academic success, but school counselors say it can also help counter students' increasing struggles with depression and anxiety. Educators report alarming rates of mental health challenges among teens post-pandemic as they jug…
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Report: Utah's tax burden increases, sitting above national average A new report found the State of Utah's overall tax and property tax burden hit record lows over the last five years, while the state's income tax reached an all-time high.The report by the Utah Foundation examined changes in Utahns' tax and fee trends for nearly the last century.Ch…
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MA voters urged to register, complete mail-in ballots ahead of upcoming primary Voters in Massachusetts are being encouraged to complete their applications for mail-in ballots ahead of next month's presidential primary. The deadline to register to vote is February 24th and the deadline to complete an application for a mail-in ballot is February 27.…
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What should you charge for your speaking fee? How much can you charge to speak if you’re starting out? Let’s dive into these questions about how to determine your speaker fees, especially when asked "How much do you charge?" Honestly, there isn’t a simple answer and there are many factors go into the answer you should consider. Your speaker fee dep…
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Special election held for New York s 3rd Congressional District; Trump says he'd let Russia attack NATO countries that don t pay enough; 'Operation Good' works to curb violent crime in Jackson; the U.S. Senate takes a step closer to passing foreign Aid to Ukraine and Israel.
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Report: New immigrants adding to MA economy, workforce A surge of new immigrants in Massachusetts is currently straining the state's emergency shelter system and budget but a new report found they will bring direct economic benefits to the region.In their first year after arrival, 1,000 immigrants with work permits generate an estimated $24 million…
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SCOTUS appears skeptical about barring Trump from Presidential ballot; US Senate advances a $95 billion Ukraine, Israel aid package; PSEA applauds Gov. Shapiro's record budget proposal for public schools; Postal workers speak out about short staffing, mail delays.
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Senate Republicans sink border bill; Montana political candidates receive among highest foreign donations; Indiana's 30th 'Soup Bowl' sells out in effort to sack hunger; Report: Greedflation primary driver of higher consumer prices.
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Senate Republicans sink border bill; Montana political candidates receive among highest foreign donations; Indiana's 30th 'Soup Bowl' sells out in effort to sack hunger; Report: Greedflation primary driver of higher consumer prices.
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Join James Brown, Nathan Stewart and Crayg Ward on an exciting new adventure through the discography of Public Service Broadcasting. Insta: https://www.instagram.com/publicservicepodcasting/ X: https://twitter.com/PSPodcasting Web: publicservicepodcasting.co.ukCrayg Ward, James Brown and Nathan Stewart
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Indiana looks to bridge educational attainment gap, targets 60% by 2025; CA weathers extreme rain event; WI experts say a strong lease could help ease land woes for new farmers; on Safer Internet Day, experts offer tips to protect your family.
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UT Gov. visits southern border over 'public safety issue' After a trip to Texas to visit the southern border, Gov. Spencer Cox expressed concern, calling the situation a public safety issue.Cox joined 14 other governors in Texas in response to what he called President Joe Biden's "open border policies." Cox said illegal crossings have increased sig…
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Being in the audience is as important as on the stage. Are you attending live events to network and grow your business? In this episode, we’re talking about a firsthand experience to attending a live event and the incredible opportunities that arose from it. From booking speaking events to collaborating with like-minded professionals, Laurie-Ann hi…
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MA public school support staff fight for a living wage Lawmakers in Massachusetts are considering legislation to ensure Education Support Professionals in public schools earn a living wage. ESP's do it all - teach, help students with special needs, clean classrooms and more. The bill would set a statewide salary of $45,000 for these workers. ...(Re…
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Federal internet assistance plan winding down in Utah For a number of years now, Congress has appropriated billions of dollars to the Affordable Connectivity Program to help internet access become more affordable for many.The funding for the initiative is set to run out by this April, which means many people around the country and in Utah are prepa…
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