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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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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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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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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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Ready to get visible to audiences filled with your ideal clients? This podcast is for you if you’re a coach, consultant, entrepreneur, or service provider looking to grow your business and make more money. This show will deliver tips to help you write a compelling speech, write a signature speech, write a business presentationdeliver a speech with confidence, storytelling, handel objections, sell from the stage, and monetize your content. You’re in the right place if you’re looking for publi ...
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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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On today’s Work with Purpose episode, Dr Nina Terry, Bec Bodel and Professor Brenton Prosser help you learn the ropes of human-centred design. In today's complex world, how can the public sector effectively ensure that its policies and programs are centred on the needs of the people they serve? This episode explores human-centered design as one pie…
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In this inspiring episode, I sit down with Adam Royle, the creator of Zero2Animal Motivation. Adam shares his incredible journey from battling severe anxiety, depression, and being overweight to achieving remarkable fitness and mental health milestones. Sparked by the words "Tomorrow never comes," Adam transformed his life by hitting the gym daily,…
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Former US Army sergeant released from prison after Texas Gov. Abbott pardons him for 2020 fatal Black Lives Matter protest shooting; Ohio gears up for legal marijuana sales for adult use; Winnebago Tribe apprenticeships prepare students, build workforce; New FERC rule helps Virginia upgrade transmission infrastructure.…
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If you're looking for tips for public speaking on topics like: *How to pitch yourself for speaking opportunities? *How to sell from the stage? *How to get booked to speak? *How to use organic lead generation? *How to make money speaking...Then check out Ep 207 of Be In Demand where I do an audit on how to get booked more to speak to ideal audiences…
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MA household debt grows as grocery prices remain at post-pandemic highs Massachusetts residents struggling to pay high food prices are acquiring a growing amount of debt to pay their bills, according to a new report.The Urban Institute found 60% of adults reported using credit cards to buy groceries but only 20% managed to pay the minimum monthly p…
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During Older Americans Month, experts share ways to stay healthy and fit Unintentional injuries are among the top ten leading causes of death for older adults, and during Older Americans Month, experts want to raise awareness about the importance of prevention as adults age. Holly Billie, a tribal injury advocate with the Centers for Disease Contro…
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James Brown, Crayg Ward, and Nathan Stewart make some serious PROGRESS through PSB's third album: Every Valley. Released in July 2017 on PIAS. Fire up your lamps and get ready to experience the excitement of the first ever PSP-PUB Quiz, some detailed coal analysis, plus a thoughtful debate on the album's politics. Listen along and get in touch at p…
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Jeannette South-Paul, M.D., DHL(Hon), FAAFP, executive vice president and Provost of Meharry Medical College, joins James E.K. Hildreth, PhD, MD, to discuss the longstanding relationship between the Department of Veterans Affairs and medical schools across the country. Together they delve into the impact this collaboration has on medical students, …
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Achieving your goals can be easier than you think by setting up the right conditions. We discuss why relying on willpower is unreliable and how establishing effective systems can lead to consistent success. By lowering your action threshold and recreating successful conditions from your past, you can eliminate obstacles and streamline your path to …
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Evacuations underway after barge slammed into Pelican Island bridge in Galveston, causing oil spill; Regional program helps Chicago-area communities become 'EV Ready'; MI leaders mark progress in removing lead water lines; First Amendment rights to mass protest under attack in Mississippi and beyond.…
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Trump's defense will have Michael Cohen back on the stand today for cross-examination; Poll: Montana battleground voters are 'economic populists'; Empowering Cincinnati, a Bloomberg grant fuels climate and equity initiatives; Pick up a hammer? MN apprentices say, 'Why not?'
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In this episode, we explore how the words you use shape your reality. By examining your self-talk, both internal and external, you can identify limiting beliefs and start transforming them into empowering ones. Learn why it's crucial to change your inner dialogue and how doing so can unlock new levels of personal and professional success. This is t…
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MA lawmakers push Medicaid expansion to improve maternal mortality rates On the heels of Mother's Day, Massachusetts lawmakers are backing legislation to address the country's high rates of maternal mortality.The "Mamas First Act" would expand Medicaid coverage to include doula and midwife services, which are proved to reduce the rates of C-section…
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Are you tapping into the power of public speaking for your business? Because if not, you could be missing out on a pile of easy! In this episode, we're diving deep into why speaking gigs needs to be a major part of your marketing game plan. There's no "badge of honor" for grinding it out with old-school hard sell tactics when you could be getting i…
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Protests at college campuses in the U.S. begin to fade as graduations are held, but support organizations continue to guide students; New data from Ohio State University researchers show nearly 1 in 5 older adults are not prepared for emergencies; a new study finds the flame retardants used in the seats of many cars emit toxic gases.…
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In this powerful episode, Beth Elton discusses her journey to finding her calling in helping combat veterans heal from trauma. Listen as she shares her unique approach to therapy that respects the military background of her clients while guiding them through the emotional aftermath of their service Guest: Bethany "Beth" Elton, AMFT Beth is a Regist…
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Louisiana teachers worry about state constitution changes. Ohio experts support a $15 minimum wage for 1 million people. An Illinois mother seeks passage of a medical aid-in-dying bill. And Mississippi advocates push for restored voting rights for people with felony convictions.
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Join us in this powerful episode as we tackle the challenge of overcoming personal vices. From alcohol to negative self-talk, discover how to recognize and break free from the habits that are holding you back. Learn actionable strategies to transform your environment and shift your mindset, enabling true personal growth. This is the VetRise Podcast…
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If you're looking for tips for public speaking on topics like: *How to pitch yourself for speaking opportunities? *How to sell from the stage? *How to get booked to speak? *How to use organic lead generation? *How to make money speaking...Then check out Ep 205 of Be In Demand where I do an audit on how to get booked more to speak to ideal audiences…
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US postal workers help out with the nation's largest one-day food drive. A union coalition in California advocates for worker rights amidst climate challenges. Livestock waste is polluting 'Pure Michigan' state image. And Virginia farm workers receive updated heat protection guidelines.
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UT among largest percentage declines in Medicaid, CHIP enrollment A new report from Georgetown University's Center for Children and Families showed Utah is one of the states to see the largest percentage declines in their child Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program population, with 25% fewer children enrolled than prior to the initiation…
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Ballot dropbox ban a barrier in SD primary; former President Donald Trump says jail threat won't stop him from violating gag order; EBT 'skimming' on the rise, more Ohioans turn to food banks; new maps show progress on NY lead service line replacement.
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Report examines impacts of 2024 anti-transgender legislation A staggering 93% of transgender teens live in a state that has enacted or proposed legislation that would restrict their rights, according to a new report from the Williams Institute at UCLA's School of Law. Utah was the first state this year to enact a bathroom ban, and that has led to s…
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In this episode, we talk about the hidden dangers of settling for 'good enough' and how it stifles your momentum. We Talk about personal experiences of overcoming complacency, highlighting how self-imposed excuses can derail us. We challenge you to dismantle these barriers and reignite your pursuit of excellence. Discover how breaking through your …
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Are you undervaluing your services? Both emotionally and financially? We invite special guest Angie Cole to delve into the concept of value exchange in professional relationships. We discuss our challenges, successes, and the importance of nurturing genuine connections. This episode provides valuable insights into the significance of not undervalui…
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National parks in UT benefit from BLM rules Conservation experts are applauding the Bureau of Land Management for releasing two new rules that recognize conservation as an essential part of public lands management and strengthen accountability for oil and gas operations across the West, including Utah. Beau Kiklis is the senior program manager of e…
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Alabama faces battle at the ballot box; groups look to federal laws for protection; Israeli Cabinet votes to shut down Al Jazeera in the country; Florida among top states for children losing health coverage post-COVID; despite the increase, SD teacher salary one of the lowest in the country.
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Northeastern University students, staff condemn arrests, charges of antisemitism Students and faculty at Northeastern University are demanding their school issue a public apology for what they say are false charges of antisemitism during recent protests.School administrators cited the slurs as justification for police to dismantle a pro-Palestinian…
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