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Deutschland heute - Deutschlandfunk
Frauen in der Politik - Brandenburg vernetzt Kommunalpolitikerinnen

Deutschland heute - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 6:04


Richter, Christoph D.www.deutschlandfunk.de, Deutschland heuteDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Anarchy Among Friends
Anarchy Among Friends #208 - 'defense of hearth and home and militia functions'

Anarchy Among Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 114:13


The Bois talk about how more Americans than ever are carrying firearms, the CDC removing defensive firearms statistics from its website, a Wyoming man suing for the legal right to manufacture his own m16, the ATFs edict on stabilizing braces, Illinois passing an AWB & the reaction, and whatever else we stumble into! https://linktr.ee/anarchyamongfriends Dyreka's Crochet Pattern - https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hungry-caterpillar-educational-toy Dyreka's book - https://www.amazon.com/Think-Yourself-Critical-Thinking-Beginners/dp/1791936172/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1 Andrew's YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYuYw7aFnaJBc8F6NCn-CKg/videos "InkedAnarchist15" for 15% off at https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/?rfsn=4064657.9a3f66&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4064657.9a3f66 https://www.reaperapparelco.com/?ref=52cju0Cb Or use "InkedAnarchist" at checkout and get 10% off. RK Sppokware https://rkspookware.com?aff=11 Jeremy at The Quartering's 'Coffee Brand Coffee': https://coffeebrandcoffee.com/?ref=0juh6r1T Check out Road to Autonomy https://rtamagazine.com/ Poppins Patches - https://www.facebook.com/poppinspatches or poppinspatches.com Anarchy Among Friends Telegram - https://t.me/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends FB - https://www.facebook.com/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends Odysee - https://odysee.com/@AnarchyAmongFriendsRoundtableDiscussion:5 Anarchy Among Friends Rumble - https://rumble.com/user/Valhallarchist Anarchy Among Friends MeWe - https://mewe.com/p/anarchyamongfriendsroundtablediscussion Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0pqbeHBmWPN1sG0e6L28Uv Podbean - https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/8yy6n-c5c4e/Anarchy-Among-Friends-Podcast Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anarchy-among-friends/id1459037636?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/anarchy-among-friends GooglePodcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNGZmNzQwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/anarchy-among-friends Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1459037636/anarchy-among-friends PocketCasts - https://pca.st/CDH3 RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/anarchy-among-friends-Wkzzjl Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 U.S. 444 (1969), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case, interpreting the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Court held that government cannot punish inflammatory speech unless that speech is "directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brandenburg_v._Ohio THIS PODCAST IS COVERED BY A BipCot NoGov LICENSE. USE AND RE-USE BY ANYONE EXCEPT GOVERNMENTS OR THEIR AGENTS IS OK. MORE INFO: https://bipcot.org/

Blue Moon | Radio Fritz
Lützerath & Lausitz – Wie weiter mit der Kohle? – mit Bruno Dietel

Blue Moon | Radio Fritz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 100:16


Zehntausende sind am Wochenende nach Lützerath in NRW gefahren, um gegen die Abbaggerung des Dorfes durch RWE zu protestieren. Auch bei uns im Osten wird noch Braunkohle gefördert, auch in der Lausitz sind viele Orte weggebaggert worden. Aus Klimasicht gibt es nur eine Lösung: Schluss mit der Kohleverstromung, so schnell wie möglich. Sollten wir den für 2038 verhandelten Kohleausstieg in Brandenburg auf 2030 vorziehen, so wie in NRW? Was machen wir mit den Jobs, die dranhängen? Und wie bekommen wir die Energiewende hin?

Iboga Radio Show
PREMIERE : IMD - Morning Lake (Original Mix)[Sofa Beats]

Iboga Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 6:23


Mountain Lake is a track that was inspired after a camping day in a lake in Brandenburg, Germany. In Summer I.M.D tries to go the most that he can to camp at this lake, it is a place where he can find peace, be with himself, and be away from any stress that "normal" life can bring. With this in mind, he tried to create a track in which the new Morning brings you a new beginning, a new way to tell you the history of life. Always being in together with love and gratefulness. Love to nature, love to ourselves. A new day, a new dance.

Anarchy Among Friends
Anarchy Among Friends #207 - The Bois Are Back!

Anarchy Among Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 114:27


We get into talking about Sara Brady getting pardoned, the bumpstock ban getting struck down, a 'study' claiming that distrusting the gov't is bad for you, an 'expert' saying regulating social media speech is the way to prevent a civil war, Rand Paul's 'Grevious Report', and whatever else we stumble into! https://linktr.ee/anarchyamongfriends Dyreka's Crochet Pattern - https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hungry-caterpillar-educational-toy Dyreka's book - https://www.amazon.com/Think-Yourself-Critical-Thinking-Beginners/dp/1791936172/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1 Andrew's YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYuYw7aFnaJBc8F6NCn-CKg/videos "InkedAnarchist15" for 15% off at https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/?rfsn=4064657.9a3f66&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4064657.9a3f66 https://www.reaperapparelco.com/?ref=52cju0Cb Or use "InkedAnarchist" at checkout and get 10% off. RK Sppokware https://rkspookware.com?aff=11 Jeremy at The Quartering's 'Coffee Brand Coffee': https://coffeebrandcoffee.com/?ref=0juh6r1T Check out Road to Autonomy https://rtamagazine.com/ Poppins Patches - https://www.facebook.com/poppinspatches or poppinspatches.com Anarchy Among Friends Telegram - https://t.me/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends FB - https://www.facebook.com/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends Odysee - https://odysee.com/@AnarchyAmongFriendsRoundtableDiscussion:5 Anarchy Among Friends Rumble - https://rumble.com/user/Valhallarchist Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0pqbeHBmWPN1sG0e6L28Uv Podbean - https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/8yy6n-c5c4e/Anarchy-Among-Friends-Podcast Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anarchy-among-friends/id1459037636?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/anarchy-among-friends GooglePodcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNGZmNzQwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/anarchy-among-friends Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1459037636/anarchy-among-friends PocketCasts - https://pca.st/CDH3 RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/anarchy-among-friends-Wkzzjl Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 U.S. 444 (1969), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case, interpreting the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Court held that government cannot punish inflammatory speech unless that speech is "directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brandenburg_v._Ohio THIS PODCAST IS COVERED BY A BipCot NoGov LICENSE. USE AND RE-USE BY ANYONE EXCEPT GOVERNMENTS OR THEIR AGENTS IS OK. MORE INFO: https://bipcot.org/ Pardon - https://www.ktvb.com/article/news/local/idaho-press/meridian-police-chief-and-mayor-condemn-labradors-decision-to-dismiss-charges-of-meridian-woman/277-3d3bbf4f-2c98-49bc-884e-50c1ea4bb53d Bumpstocks - https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2023/01/06/appeals-court-strikes-down-bump-stock-ban-13-3-decision/ Distrust - https://blog.independent.org/2022/12/27/distrust-of-government-is-bad-for-you-claims-study/ Censorship - https://www.yahoo.com/news/want-prevent-civil-war-regulate-030339685.html Spending - https://nypost.com/2022/12/23/sen-rand-paul-airs-grievances-in-festivus-report-on-waste/

Nulldrei55 - Der Cottbus-Podcast
Folge 105 - Chrissi Herold, Lausitzer Karate-Kid

Nulldrei55 - Der Cottbus-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 29:11


Kata, Kumite und Arnis Anyo sind nicht die 18, S23 und M5 auf der Sushi-Karte. Das sind Sportarten und genau hier bei uns in der Lausitz wimmelt es in diesen von Landes-, Deutschen und sogar Europameistern. Chrissi Herold ist unter anderen dafür verantwortlich. Seit einer gefühlten Ewigkeit ist sie Vorsitzende des Kampfkunstclubs Doitso Budo Kwai und selbst so etwas wie eine lebende Legende. Mit dem schwarzen Gürtel ausgestattet, hat sie unzählige Meistertitel geholt und verhilft Karate seit Jahren zu einer Blüte wie in kaum einer anderen Region in Deutschland. Wie Chrissi Herold das macht, warum ihre Tochter ein echtes Karate-Kid ist und warum sie es überhaupt nicht leiden kann, wenn jemand ihren Sport Kampfsport nennt, erzählt sie in ihrer Geschichte in Nulldrei55 – der Cottbus-Podcast von Radio Cottbus.

Nacktes Niveau
Folge 67 - Fliegende Hunde

Nacktes Niveau

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 76:18


Kommunikationswissenschaftler Michael Meyen (medienblog.hypotheses.org) und Publizist Ali Utlu (twitter.com/AliCologne) sprechen mit Milena Preradovic (t.me/punktpreradovic) und Paul Brandenburg (t.me/paulbrandenburg) u.a. die Silvester-Randale und den historischen Schwurbel-Zenit der Tagesschau, die Finanzierung der "letzten Generationn, einen scheinrechten Linksangriff auf ein ZDF-Team, den wachsende Staatsterror gegen Beamte und das Ergebnis: umgekehrten Totalitarismus. Außerdem: Ein Gedankenexperiment mit den Rundfunk-Zwangsgebühren. (Erstveröffentlichung: 7.1.2022).

Der BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Podcast
Paula Schramm - Mathe ist wirklich nicht mein Ding

Der BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 67:16


Paula Schramm im BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Hallo, ich bin Paula, 33, und ich war gerade beim Sport, Tschüssi. Solche lustigen Posts von Paula Schramm findet man regelmäßig in den sozialen Netzwerken und sofort wird klar: Das ist eine lustige, junge Frau! Tatsächlich hatte ich mit Paula, einer unserer besten deutschen Schauspielerinnen, einen sehr lustigen, kurzweiligen Talk. Geboren in Potsdam hat sie eine unglaubliche Geschichte zu erzählen: Ballettunterricht mit drei Jahren, erste Rolle mit sieben, als Kinderstar „Emely Busch“ in der KI-KA Serie "Schloss Einstein“ zu sehen, von Mitschülern gemobbt, Schulwechsel und seitdem Filme, Filme, Filme. Sie war "Lissi von Buren" in der Comedyserie "Doctor's Diary", hatte ihre erste große Kinohauptrolle in "Französisch für Anfänger", sammelte Hollywood Erfahrungen in "WHISTLEBLOWER" und lernte sogar Ukrainisch für diesen Streifen. In jeder Rolle ist sie glaubwürdig, als Prinzessin, Ärztin oder aktuell als Kriminalkommissarin Franziska „Franzi“ Berger, im Team „Soko Hamburg“. Den Rest ihrer Geschichte hört ihr am besten selbst. Es lohnt sich. Überall, wo es Podcasts gibt, unter BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk.

Hielscher oder Haase - Deutschlandfunk Nova
Wildtier-Rückkehr - Elche in Brandenburg

Hielscher oder Haase - Deutschlandfunk Nova

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 4:30


Rund fünf bis fünfzehn Elche gibt es in Brandenburg, die aus Polen eingewandert sind, sagt Artenschützer Moritz Klose. Konflikte könnte das nur mit dem Autoverkehr und den Förstern bringen, die Sorge um junge Bäume haben. **********Ihr könnt uns auch auf diesen Kanälen folgen: Tiktok und Instagram.

Angebissen - der Angelpodcast | rbb
Barsche angeln mit dem Ned Rig - Fanggarantie im Winter? | #110

Angebissen - der Angelpodcast | rbb

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 31:54


Heiße Würstchen, für kalte Tage - das Ned Rig regelt! So das Motto in der ersten Episode im Jahr 2023. Eric war kürzlich in den USA und hat Frieder alles mitgebracht, um das Ned Rig zu testen. Die perfekte, weil schön langsame, Angelmethode für lethargische Winterbarsche. Frieder testet das Ned Rig für Euch vom Belly Boot aus zusammen mit seinem Angel-Kumpel und Angebissen-Fan Stephan. Nebenbei gibt's Tipps zur Köderführung und Ihr erfahrt, wer dieser Ned eigentlich ist. Spiel, Spaß und Spannung - auch 2023 ist Angebissen Euer Premium-Überraschungs-Ei unter den Angelpodcasts.  

Campus & Karriere - Deutschlandfunk
Wissenschaftsjahr 2023 "Mein Universum": Interview Jens Brandenburg, BMBF

Campus & Karriere - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 4:50


Maleike, Katewww.deutschlandfunk.de, Campus & KarriereDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Podcasts von Tichys Einblick
TE Wecker am 02.01.2023

Podcasts von Tichys Einblick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 24:30


Heute: Es ist absehbar: Deutschland schleudert in ein Verkehrschaos ohnegleichen. In NRW bröseln Betonbrücken, die wichtigste Autobahn durch das Sauerland ist teilweise gesperrt, weil Brücken baufällig sind. Dies behindert auf dramatische Weise unter anderem viele mittelständische Unternehmen in der Region, die ihre Waren nicht mehr richtig abtransportieren können. Auf der Schiene sieht es nicht viel besser aus: eine »Beschleunigungskommission Schiene« hat gerade für viel Geld festgestellt, dass die Infrastruktur der Bahn »überaltert« sei. Auf vielen S-Bahn-Strecken fahren kaum mehr Züge, in Berlin und Brandenburg werden komplette Fahrten im Regionalverkehr gestrichen. In der Region Rhein-Neckar fallen komplette Zugverbindungen aus. Ursache: Keine Fahrer mehr. Dies, obwohl als offizielle Losung gilt: Autos weg und alle auf Bus und Bahn. Doch weder ÖPNV noch die Bahn sind in der Lage, die notwendigen Transportleistungen zu erbringen, damit alle an ihr Ziel kommen. Jetzt wurde das 49 Euro Ticket beschlossen – als Nachfolger jenes 9 Euro Tickets vom vergangenen Sommer. Das soll ab diesem Frühjahr erhältlich sein und gilt für Busse und Bahnen im Nahverkehr. Es soll Menschen zu einem günstigen Preis auf die Bahnen bringen. Bund und Länder schießen jeweils 1,5 Milliarden Euro zu. Doch es zeichnet sich das vollkommene Chaos ab. Ein Gespräch mit Dr. Dirk Spaniel, dem verkehrspolitischen Sprecher der AfD-Bundestagsfraktion. Er weist auf die exorbitante Kostensteigerung der Verkehrsbetriebe hin, die die nicht mehr stemmen können. Das werde dazu führen, dass komplette Verkehre eingestellt werden müssen. Webseite: https://www.tichyseinblick.de

Ein Pod Kaffee
Neujahrsfolge 2023

Ein Pod Kaffee

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 37:18


Frohes Neues! Philipp und Tjorven sitzen zum Jahreswechsel im Camping Bus irgendwo in Brandenburg am Wasser und blicken gemeinsam zurück und voraus. Die beiden besprechen ihre persönlichen Neuentdeckungen des Jahres, Dinge mit denen sie in 2022 abgeschlossen haben und die eine Sache, die sie in 2023 auf jeden Fall erreichen wollen - drastische Wetteinsätze inklusive. Philipp schwärmt unter anderem von neuen Klangwelten und Wüstenplaneten voller Lebensweisheiten, Tjorven von der Stille und druckvollem Deutschrap. Es geht um weniger scrollen und die Erkenntnis, dass die wilden Jahre vielleicht vorbei sind. Wir freuen uns auf das neue Jahr mit euch!Support the show

Nulldrei55 - Der Cottbus-Podcast
Folge 104 - Andreas Pfeiffer, Aus dem Kittel ins Rathaus

Nulldrei55 - Der Cottbus-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 26:40


Aus der Praxis ins Rathaus – kurz nach dem Jahreswechsel gibt es auch in der zweitgrößten Stadt in der Niederlausitz einen Generationswechsel. Im Schatten der großen Stichwahl um das Oberbürgermeisteramt in Cottbus hat sich auch Senftenberg einen neuen Bürgermeister gewählt. Auch hier hat es im Oktober eine Stichwahl gebraucht, um den Tierarzt Andreas Pfeiffer aus seiner Praxis ins Rathaus zu holen. Gerade Anfang 40 steht der ebenso wie Tobias Schick in Cottbus für eine neue Generation an den Stadtspitzen mitten im Strukturwandel der Lausitz. Wem vertrauen die Senftenberger da ihre Stadt an, was will Andreas Pfeiffer anpacken und warum überhaupt verlässt er die Tierarztpraxis, die sein Vater schon geführt hat, für einen Job im Senftenberger Rathaus? Fragen auf die Andreas Pfeiffer selbst eine Antwort gibt jetzt in Nulldrei55 – der Cottbus-Podcast von Radio Cottbus.

Nacktes Niveau
Folge 66 - Schaumwein & Schlitzer

Nacktes Niveau

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 76:40


Milena Preradovic (t.me/punktpreradovic) und Paul Brandenburg (t.me/paulbrandenburg) präsentieren das Jahresfazit 2022, das quälende Ende eines Mastodons und die Enthüllung eines großen Geheimnisses. Guten Rutsch Euch allen! (Erstveröffentlichung: 31.12.2022).

Der BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Podcast
Simone Sommerland - Ich liebe Musik

Der BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 89:48


Simone Sommerland im BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk Simone Stiers, wie sie mit bürgerlichem Namen heißt, ist Deutschlands erfolgreichste Kinderlieder-Sängerin. Trotz unzähliger Gold - und Platinschallplatten haben viele Menschen ihren Namen noch nie gehört. Ihre Musik kennen sie schon, besonders natürlich Eltern kleiner Kinder. Aktuell ist „Die Königin der Kinderlieder“ seit rund 440 Wochen mit dem Album „Die 30 besten Spiel- und Bewegungslieder“ in den „Offiziellen Deutschen Album Charts“ und hat damit ABBA, Helene Fischer, Andrea Berg, Pink Floyd und die Beatles auf die Plätze verwiesen. Simone Sommerland, die große Unbekannte in unserer bunten Medienwelt, erzählt im BB RADIO Mitternachtstalk ihre aufregende Lebensgeschichte. Ihr erstes Bühnenmusical spielte sie mit neun Jahren, mit 16 zog sie zu Hause aus und als sie gerade Achtzehn wurde, hatte sie bereits ihre erste goldene Schallplatte. Simone begleitete viele Künstler auf deren Tourneen, sang auf dem Traumschiff, gründete ihre eigene Musikschule und rief zusammen mit Freunden das Projekt „Simone Sommerland & die Kita-Frösche“ ins Leben. Insgesamt hat sie über 60 Alben herausgebracht und ein Ende ist nicht in Sicht. Unbedingt reinhören!

Deutschland heute - Deutschlandfunk
Immer mehr Wolfsrisse - Tierhalter in Brandenburg verzweifelt

Deutschland heute - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 5:58


Nehls, Anjawww.deutschlandfunk.de, Deutschland heuteDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Im Visier – Verbrecherjagd in Berlin und Brandenburg | rbb24
Das mysteriöse Verschwinden eines zweifachen Vaters aus Brandenburg

Im Visier – Verbrecherjagd in Berlin und Brandenburg | rbb24

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 21:36


August 2011, Zeckerin, Niederlausitz. Ein alleinerziehender Vater erhält einen Anruf. Er will sich mit einem Freund treffen, verabschiedet sich von seinen Kindern und will am Nachmittag wieder da sein. Doch er kehrt nie wieder nach Hause zurück.

Fazit - Kultur vom Tage - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Kirchen - Wenn Glocken anderswo weiterläuten

Fazit - Kultur vom Tage - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 7:34


Sakrale Gegenstände wie Glocken oder Altäre werden nach der Entweihung von Kirchen an andere Gotteshäuser weitergegeben. Ein Förderkreis in Brandenburg hat Glocken aus Gelsenkirchen an die Sankt Bartholomäi Kirche nach Zerbst vermittelt. Killus, Joachimwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, FazitDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Radio Horeb, LH-Leben in Beziehung
Weihnachten. "Das Volk im Finstern sieht ein Licht".

Radio Horeb, LH-Leben in Beziehung

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 57:07


Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 177 Part 2: History at Your Fingertips: How Beatriz Chadour-Sampson Catalogued 2,600 Historic Rings

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 35:37


What you'll learn in this episode:   How Beatriz discovered and catalogued the 2,600 rings in the Alice and Louis Koch Ring Collection at the Swiss National Museum How Covid lockdown changed how people wear jewelry Beatriz's tricks for making a jewelry exhibit more engaging What it's like to work with jewels uncovered from shipwrecks How global trade has influenced how jewelry is designed and made   About Beatriz Chadour-Sampson   Beatriz Chadour-Sampson studied art history, classical archaeology and Italian philology at the University of East Anglia, and at the University of Münster, Germany. Her doctoral thesis was on the Italian Renaissance goldsmith Antonio Gentili da Faenza. In 1985 she published the jewelry collection of the Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Cologne. Since 1988 she has worked freelance as a jewelry historian, curator of exhibitions and academic writer in Britain. Her numerous publications on jewelry, ranging from antiquity to the present day, include the The Gold Treasure from the Nuestra Señora de la Concepción (1991), and 2000 Finger Rings from the Alice and Louis Koch Collection, Switzerland (1994). She was the consultant curator in the re-designing of the William and Judith Bollinger Jewelry Gallery at the Victoria & Albert Museum (opened in 2008), London and was guest curator of the ‘Pearl' exhibition (2013-14). She is an Associate Member of the Goldsmiths' Company, London. Today Beatriz Chadour-Sampson works as a freelance international and jewelry historian and scholarly author. Her extensive publications range from Antiquity to the present day.    Additional Resources: Instagram Museum Jewellery Curators - Goldsmiths' Fair Photos available on TheJeweleryJourney.com Transcript:   Working in jewelry sometimes means being a detective. As a freelance jewelry historian and curator of the Alice and Louis Koch Ring Collection at the Swiss National Museum, Beatriz Chadour-Sampson draws on her wealth of knowledge to find jewelry clues—even when a piece has no hallmark or known designer. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about how she creates jewelry exhibits that engage viewers; how she found her way into the niche of shipwreck jewelry; and what it was like to catalogue 2,600 rings. Read the episode transcript here.  Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the second part of a two-part episode. If you haven't heard part one, please head to TheJewelryJourney.com. My guest is Beatriz Chadour-Sampson. She's been the curator of the Alice and Louis Koch Ring Collection at the Swiss National Museum for almost 35 years. Welcome back.   Beatriz: You asked about the catalogue. We didn't know if the exhibition was going ahead at one point, but I was asked by V&A Publishing to do a book on pearls, which I did. So, yes, we did a book which was for sale during the exhibition. That was in 2013. We redesigned the jewelry gallery, and 2008 was the end of that. The pearls exhibition was in 2013, the beginning of 2014.   Sharon: Why was it redesigned, the gallery?   Beatriz: The jewelry gallery. With all galleries, there comes a point where they need to be refreshed and renewed, and the previous design needed it. You even had gates you had to get through, and if you weren't quite as slim as myself, you would have problems getting through the gates. When it was redesigned, it was a completely different aesthetic. As I said, the boards have to tell the story, so when the visitor walks in, they have to understand the story and go from one to the other. Some people say the gallery is very full, but it is a study collection. We asked the education department artists to do certain things.    I was very keen on going “from cradle to grave.” The gallery is chronological, so you want a display before you start to know why you wear jewelry. A child wears jewelry or a mother wears jewelry to protect them at childbirth, or they wear it for status or religion or whatever it is. Jewelry is multitasking, multifunctional. Today we think of jewelry as decorative, but that is not the case. Jewelry was made for an occasion and a reason. With status, you always have the big diamonds and the big stones. That has always existed, in recently centuries definitely. But there are so many more reasons for jewelry, for mourning and birth and good luck. That sort of exists today, probably with charms. So, jewelry is multifunctional.    Then we have a screen with pictures from different centuries showing portraits because, at a jewelry gallery, you can't see the pieces on someone. They need the body, but they don't have the body. So, it's good to have a screen showing how the jewelry was worn through the centuries, which is very important. Also in the display, each board—let's say you had earrings, a necklace and a bracelet. The concept was that what you wear on the top of the head goes on top. What you wear around your neck comes next and then the base, so you have a feeling of an abstract body in a way. It's not always obvious, but I try to think of it logically.    Of course, with the contemporary, we couldn't do that. It is all chronological until you get to about the 1950s, and that's it. You have to find a completely different concept. So, we decided to do it by materials. Good chronology at the beginning, but then it comes into materials. Natural materials, new metals, techniques. You couldn't do decades. That couldn't work. So, we did it by materials, which is an interesting aspect because you have all the different materials they use in comparison to all the gold and silver you see throughout the gallery. Suddenly, you're seeing a whole wall of completely different materials.   Sharon: What is your role as co-curator? You're curator and co-curator of so many places. What's your role as a co-curator? What do you do? What do they call in you for?   Beatriz: It's an advisory role. The Victoria and Albert Museum is a bit more than just an advisory role. You're working with the team, with the architect. It's a team procedure, but as I say, everybody has their own role to play. It intermingles, of course.    Sharon: At other times, you've talked about a different museum in Switzerland where you came, and it looked just—was it at eye level? Was it low? Was it too high?   Beatriz: Oh, that one, no. You remembered that detail. The eye level, that was the Victoria and Albert Museum. That is in the center of the gallery because we did a display for a tourist who goes to the museum and only has 10 minutes to look at jewelry history. So, in the center you've got these curved glass cases. The jewelry is on special mounts. You remember that. I asked my colleagues of different heights, from four foot something to six foot something. In the storage room, we had glass doors where there was a lot of storage space with artifacts in it, and I used Post-it Notes to put the different heights of people to see what a good eye level is. So, if you're looking at a broach or a tiara or something, you want it on the level where you more or less visualize it on your body so you can see it well. So, yes, that's the Post-it Notes. I used not only double-sided tape and pieces of paper, but also Post-it Notes, trying to find the right height for the pieces.    Eye level is hugely important, but the other museum you're thinking of may be something I'm current advising on. This is really an advisory role. It is a museum that will open next year, the Dubedeen, a German museum. Of course, there are gemologists there that are very specialized, but their museum experience is missing. So, I'm giving a little bit of advice on the background of things. Don't put a plinth that you can fall over. Don't make drawers that a child can get their fingers caught in. You learn these things from places like the Victoria and Albert Museum. There's health and safety. There's also the height of displays, the attention span of visitors. Text shouldn't be too long. It's more of an advisory role than an active role.   Sharon: I'm thinking about attention span. You must have seen that really go down. It seems nobody has more than two seconds for attention anymore.   Beatriz: There is an element of that. I think the Koch Collection of rings in the Jewelry Gallery is one of the most visited in the England museums. When you get to sparkle and glitter, there's more attention span, but not so much on the text.   Sharon: Yeah, that's probably true. You've also done a lot of work on shipwrecks. That's very interesting.   Beatriz: That goes back to 1989. By sheer coincidence, I came to work on shipwrecks. I was in New York when I was working on the Concepción Collection. I met Priscilla Muller of the Hispanic Society of America in New York, and I helped her with some Spanish and Portuguese jewelry. When she was asked, she just didn't have the time to work on the shipwrecks. She thought with my Spanish and Portuguese knowledge, I would be suited for that, so I was asked by Pacific Sea Resources in 1989 to work on an incredible shipwreck called the Nuestra Señora de la Concepción from 1638 that sank. It was the usual thing, mutiny and the wrong person taking care of the ship. That's a private story, not a jewelry story, but the interesting thing is that the jewelry was basically made for Spaniards in the Philippines. The jewelry was made in the Philippines, the majority of it for Spaniards. It was a Spanish colony at the time.   When I was first went through it, I thought, “It looks quite European. It looks O.K.” I signed the contract, and little did I know how much research was involved for the material, which I hardly knew. It was because of the influence. The Spaniards definitely had European design books they brought with them. By then, you had printed books with designs in them, and they must have had them there. Chinese craftsmen were working for them in the Philippines, and of course the Chinese had great skills with outside countries. Some of it looks very European, and some of it is Indian influences, Siamese influences, and influences from Java, Sumatra. The chains, heavy gold chains, were certainly Chinese filigree. In fact, I told the Ashmolean Museum it belonged to Sir Elias Ashmole, whose portrait and chains still exist in the Ashmolean Museum, and I told them that one of the gold chains he had was Chinese. It was given by the Kuffners from Brandenburg, and I happened to find out that the Kuffners from Brandenburg travelled to China. So, that all fit. That was a little like detective work. That was published in 1990.   I've recently been working again on shipwrecks, just a few pieces of absolutely fascinating jewelry found off the shore of the Bahamas, which has now been in the Maritime Museum on the Bahamas for only a few months. I also worked on the Atocha in Key West. I organized an exhibition in Hanover for them, where we did a display of the Atocha and Santa Margarita events. But what's so fascinating about shipwrecks is that we see so many portraits of beautiful jewelry from the Renaissance, the 16th, 17th centuries, where they really documented beautifully painted jewelry in paintings. Thanks to that we can study them in detail. All this jewelry doesn't exist anymore, especially gold chains, because gold chains were the easiest thing to melt and reuse for more modern jewelry. As I have said, I have a smile when somebody talks to me about recycled gold being something new. Well, it's nothing new. Recycling gold goes back centuries.    Sharon: I'm surprised because in the pictures, you always think it's a straightforward gold chain with no Chinese engraving or anything. You think of it as a gold chain.   Beatriz: Some of it is simple, what they called a P-chain. You saw loads of it, especially on Dutch paintings. But in the Atocha there was a spiral. You can see they're very tidy on the portraits, but it looks as if they had a spiral at the back holding the chain so they flowed down properly. Some of those chains we had were definitely Chinese filigree because those chains are filigree. In the 1655 shipwreck from the Bahamas, there's a chain like that, and that's mainly why they asked me to look at it. That certainly reminded me of some of the Concepción work, which was Chinese craftsmanship.    The trade was amazing. You had trade happening in the Philippines. Even the Dutch were trading with the Spaniards. The Dutch were trading silks and spices from China and so on. These big galleons went from the Philippines to Acapulco and Vera Cruz and then to Havana. They went on a route around South America, loading and offloading things from Europe. It's interesting because in Seville, there's the Archivo General de Indias, and there they have all the books on the shipping material. Like with the Atocha, they found out which ship it was because the gold bars have a text mark on them, and that coincided with the documents they have in Seville. It's fascinating. It's a fascinating field.   Sharon: It seems like it.   Beatriz: It's a mystery and it's global, of course. Made in Asia; there's nothing new. It's hundreds of years. There would not be any porcelain in 18th century Europe the other way around.   Sharon: Do you get to see the ship right away? When it comes up, do you see it when they pull it from the ocean?   Beatriz: No. When I was asked to work on the Concepción, I had to travel to Singapore where it was being cleaned and conserved. In one instance I had to say, “Stop cleaning because I think there's enamel underneath, black and white enamel. Stop.” You have to be careful because you have to get rid of the marine dirt. No, I got to see it after it was cleaned or while it was being cleaned.    Sharon: Wow! And then what? It goes to the museum? What happens afterwards?   Beatriz: It nearly got split up and sold at auction. I'm glad it didn't because it's a historical find, but unfortunately you have to go the Mariana Islands to see it. You can't see it always. The material is put together, and it was published in a black and white archaeological report. It was published in 1990, so at least it's documented. National Geographic did a beautiful spread with color, so you know what it's like.   Sharon: What have you learned from parsing these shipwrecks, from researching the shipwrecks?   Beatriz: The extent of influence in Europe of some motifs and how far they went. It was made in the Philippines and sold in Europe because everything that was made and transported on this galleon, the Atocha, at some point went to Seville and then it was traded on. We definitely know that the emeralds the emperors were after came from Colombia and then went through Havana to Seville. It's a fascinating trade, but the trade is something we never think about. In Roman times, the Roman emperor wanted pearls, so they traveled to southern India to get pearls. History does amaze one.    Sharon: It does. You're working on many projects now. What can you tell us about some of them?   Beatriz: I can tell you what's half-finished and what's coming. I've had a year of three books. I co-edited a book with Sandra Hindman, founder of Les Enluminures. I need to add Les Enluminures because for many years, I've been their jewelry consultant. They're based in Chicago, New York and Paris and are specialized mainly in Medieval and Renaissance jewelry, but this has nothing to do with the book we did. It just happened to be that we worked together again. Sandra and myself did something called a liber amicorum in honor of Diana Scarisbrick, a leading jewelry historian. It was for her 94th birthday, and we kept it a secret until her birthday. It had 20 authors in three languages all writing in her honor. That has come out. It's now available. It was published by Paul Holberton. It's on varied topics, from archaeology to today, really. 20 authors contributed towards that.    Today I received my copy of a book I worked on for the Schmuckmuseum, so it's now published. The launch is on Sunday, but I won't be traveling to Germany for that, unfortunately. It has to be a Zoom celebration for me. It's to do with the humanist Johann Reuchlin. He was from Pforzheim. He lived in the late 15th to the 16th century, and it's about script and jewelry from varying periods. It's a lot of contemporary jewelry as well. The cover doesn't really tell you that because it was the 500th anniversary of, I think, his death date. So, he was honored in this book, which has just come out, with essays from many people. Lots and lots of jewelry. That was published by Arnoldsche, and it's called—I have to think of it—German sounds so much easier in this case. It means script and pictures worn on the finger. I worked on rings with script on them.   Sharon: With writing you mean?   Beatriz: Yeah, writing, that's it. There are a lot of other topics in the book as well, but jewelry is certainly the dominant. Yes, they are rings. Mary Queen of Scotts is somebody who wrote her inscription inside the ring and was loyal to the queen. Had that been seen, her head would have gone to the chop. It's rings with prayers on them or rings with some sort of amuletic inscriptions. It's all inscriptions on rings in my case, and it's about Josiah Wedgwood who gave this ring to John Flaxman. You've got a whole history behind it. It's rings with script on them, highly visible on the bezel, either visible on the bezel or inside the hoop.   Sharon: In English or German?   Beatriz: It's basically German, I'm afraid to say, but with lots of good pictures with excellent captions, which are international. I am bilingual in German and English, but I haven't written German for a long time.    I've actually written a third book that's coming out, but that won't come out until January. That was a huge task. It's on jewelry from Bossard from Lucerne. It started in the early 19th century, but the two I worked on were a father and son from 1869 until 1934. That was the period of historicism. It was also a time of fakes of Renaissance jewelry being made, because there were so many collectors who wanted Renaissance but couldn't afford the real Renaissance jewelry. So, it was very tempting for fakers to make fake jewelry. When I started, I didn't know what I was in for, but I have come to the conclusion that it's pure historicism, what Bossard made. I had very little jewelry to go on, just a few pieces in private hands, but I did find by sheer coincidence a drawing, and I found the bishop who it belonged to. You have a hundred drawings by the Bossard Company over this whole period, and it's very interesting material to see their designs they were making. In some instances, it's real Renaissance. I don't know if they were Renaissance or if it was actually made later. Then it gets critical. It's a very complex period, but a very interesting archive in the Swiss National Museum in Zurich.   Sharon: For next year, do you have other projects going on?   Beatriz: Yes, the coming projects. I mentioned the gem museum, which is opening next year. I'm in the midst of advising. I'm going to be working very shortly—I've already started a bit—on the jeweler Eileen Coyne from London. She's been working on jewelry since the 1970s and continues to make jewelry very, very different to anything I've worked on before. What I find so fascinating is that her imagination and inspiration come from the material. It comes with the material and the tools. She also uses interesting gemstones and beads that come from ethnic backgrounds. She uses the most amazing materials. Also jades, carnelians, all kinds of things. So, we're going to do a book. She had a shop in the 80s and into the 90s. Her jewelry was displayed in Harvey Nichols in London, and she had a shop where all the celebrities and royals went shopping. It was quite an interesting clientele. We'll see if we get photographs or if they allow us to show some of the things they bought. It's very much about discretion in such cases. So, that's interesting, a completely different type of jewelry.    I'm really excited about it, but at the same time, I've also been involved, and am more involved now, in an artificial intelligence project. That is a ring that has been designed by Sylvia Reidenbach and John Emeny in England. Sylvia Reidenbach is German, but she teaches in Glasgow and London and all over Europe as well. She has created, with John Emeny, a ring with artificial intelligence based on one or two rings from the archaeological museum in Munich, a few rings from the  Germanisches Nationalmuseum in Nuremburg, and 150 rings from the Koch Collection. There's one design. The machine makes the design, mixes it all and combines it into one design. The ring is now being made. The stone is labradorite. It's been on display since Wednesday last week in the Germanisches Nationalmuseum but will be coming to Zurich afterwards. So, I'll be learning a lot about AI and design. That is completely different from anything. I like the natural materials and history, and then the contrast is the AI.   Sharon: The AI is the dimensions of all these hundreds of rings?   Beatriz: Yes, the images are put into the machine, the AI. Don't ask me the technology of it because I haven't got a clue about AI technology. I'm at the beginning of it all. I'm learning, but I have seen how it develops. The images are fed into the machine, like the 150 rings from the Koch Collection and the others, and the machine designs one ring out of that.   Sharon: Wow! So, it's already made and in the museum.   Beatriz: Only just now. It's hot off the press, but there's more to come on that. There will be more to come on that, yes.   Sharon: You've written several other books. You wrote “A Life in Jewels.”   Beatriz: That is the book we did for Diana Scarisbrick, honoring her. I've written books since 1981, so it's added up quite a bit. Sometime I can give you a list.    Sharon: How about the influence of women on 20th century jewelry? Has it changed jewelry? Has it made it more feminine?    Beatriz: It's an extremely complex story, the role of women in design. You have to see it from the role of the woman in history. Just recently by coincidence, I've seen some material on women painters from the 16th and 17th centuries. In Bologna, for example, there were quite a few, and it's only now coming to the fore. You also have to see high jewelers' workshops in the field of jewelry. You don't have a Renaissance piece of jewelry and know, “So-and-so made it.” That didn't exist. It's only in the 19th century that we start that. The hallmarking system in England goes back to the 13th century, but jewelry was considered smallware, so they didn't consider putting a hallmark on it.    That changed later on, the but the name of the designer is something that we very often don't know. The high jewelers of the 19th century, when you knew the name of who made it in Paris or New York, you never know the name of the designer. That is something that came in in the 20th century. You have some classical examples. With Cartier, it was Jeanne Toussaint. She designed some of the iconic pieces for Cartier and the Duchess of Windsor. She worked for I don't know how many decades designing jewelry. She was a very important female designer. Then you've got Coco Chanel. She designed jewelry, mostly costume jewelry, but she also designed diamond jewelry. Not that she wanted to, but it was for the nation and probably the economy that she did it. Elsa Schiaparelli, with her fantastic surrealist jewelry, made that incredible neckpiece with beetles in plastic. If you had to date that as a jewelry store and you didn't know the background, you'd easily say 1970s or 80s. It's so amazing. In that period, you also had Suzanne Belperron with her really unique designs in jewelry.    Of course, the role of the woman changed after the First World War. You had millions of widows, and they had to work. The whole society was changing. After the Second World War, it became even more evident that women were working. I was very cheeky. I did a lecture. It was in the British Museum, and I was talking about the changing role of men and women buying jewelry. You can imagine the shock of some of them. I said, “Women go out and buy their own jewelry.” Before it was classical: the husband bought the jewelry for the wife. They were the earners, so they bought it. There were a few examples in the early 1900s, like the Duchess of Manchester, whose tiaras are in the Victoria and Albert Museum. She was one of these Dollar Princesses and quite a character. She liked smoking cigars and all. She went off with the family diamonds to Cartier and said, “Make me a tiara, and use up the garments.” You have Lady Mountbatten, who, after the birth of her daughter, Pamela, decided to go to Cartier and buy herself a nice bracelet that she could also wear in her hair in the 1920s.    There are a few examples. On the whole, it was always the husband buying the jewelry, but past that, you have women earning money and buying their own jewelry. The 60s sets off in that direction, and then it becomes jewelry that's more affordable. Jewelry has never been so diverse as in the last decades. It's never been so diverse in all its history. If you look at the Royal College of Art, I think you'll find that, in general, there are a lot more women in training to become jewelers. You find so many names of women designers, now one doesn't even talk about it. Whether it's a man or a woman, it's just become a norm.    Sharon: That's interesting. If you stop to think about it, I don't even know if there are that many male designers. I'm thinking about when I go to studios. You see more women than you do men.   Beatriz: It's more and more, yes. There are more and more women, absolutely.   Sharon: What would you advise? What piece of advice would you give emerging jewelers or people who want to follow in your steps?   Beatriz: Remember that if you're a jewelry historian, you're an academic. Remember that. You have to really enjoy what you're doing. In my case, I was very lucky. I've worked for so many different projects and so many different jewelers internationally. I've specialized in that, but it's very difficult. Maybe, depending on the economic situation, people can volunteer in a museum to learn the trade. I think what you really have to know is do you want to work in a gallery, or do you want to work in an auction? Do you want to work in a museum? They don't always mingle, so you have to learn where you want to go. It depends on what your interests are. If you have anybody, send them to me privately. I'm happy to talk it through.   Sharon: Thank you for being with us.   Beatriz: My pleasure.   Sharon: Well will have photos posted on the website. Please head to TheJewelryJourney.com to check them out.   Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.

Böll.Spezial
Stummer Frühling – Pestizid-Lobby in Zeiten des Krieges (2/3)

Böll.Spezial

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 39:16


Während die EU-Kommission im Sommer 2022 ambitionierte Pläne zur Pestizidreduktion vorlegt, trifft auf sie massiver Widerstand der Industrie. Auch bei der Zulassungsverlängerung für Glyphosat scheinen die Industrieargumente bei den Behörden gut zu verfangen. Geschickt werden ökonomische Argumente verbreitet und mit fragwürdigen PR-Methoden in den Vordergrund gestellt, um die Pestizidreduktion auszuhebeln. Dabei bemängeln Toxikologen, dass auch 2022 - trotz der Glyphosat-Skandale der Vergangenheit - die Zulassungsbehörden Studien nutzen, die nicht nach den neuesten Wissenschaftsstandards arbeiten und sogar den OECD-Maßstäben widersprechen. Werden nun in Zeiten des Ukrainekrieges alle Fortschritte der Umweltbewegung zunichtegemacht? Ein Podcast mit: • Nina Holland, Antilobbyorganisation CEO, Brüssel • Peter Clausing, Fachwissenschaftler Toxikologie bei PAN Germany, Brandenburg • Professor Siegfried Knasmüller, Institut für Krebsforschung der ·Medizinischen Universität Wien  • Silvia Bender, Staatssekretärin im Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft (BMEL), Berlin Shownotes: Original Recherche und Reportagen aus Berlin, Brüssel und Brandenburg. Im Rahmen der „Farm to Fork Strategy“ und des „Green Deals“ will die EU bis 2030 den Pestizideinsatz und deren Giftigkeit um 50 % reduzieren. Hier der Vorschlag der EU- Kommission: https://food.ec.europa.eu/plants/pesticides/sustainable-use-pesticides_… Die Studie von Wiener Gen-Toxikologen, die die Methodik der Industriestudien untersucht: https://www.global2000.at/sites/global/files/Analyse-Glyphosat-Studien…

Angebissen - der Angelpodcast | rbb
Enrico di Ventura - Rapper, Turnierangler, Köderdesigner | #109

Angebissen - der Angelpodcast | rbb

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 41:30


Ihr habt Bock auf Angeln? Ihr habt Euch schon mal ein Angelvideo im Netz angeguckt? Dann seid Ihr definitiv an Enrico "Die Maschine" di Ventura nicht vorbei gekommen. Kaum ein Turnier, das er nicht mitgefischt hat. Und dazu ist er seit zwei Jahren Chef-Köderentwickler für die Marke "Leck mich am Barsch", kurz "LMAB". Aber kennt Ihr den Menschen hinter dem Profi? Kennt Ihr den Angel-Champion als rappenden "Italo Reno"? Und habt Ihr geahnt, dass er nur wegen eines gebrochenen Sprunggelenks in der Angelbranche gelandet ist? Alles, was Ihr bisher über Enrico noch nicht wusstet, gibt’s in dieser Episode. Unser Weihnachtsgeschenk an Euch! Frohes Fest, Ihr Feiertags-Forellen!

Anarchy Among Friends
Anarchy Among Friends Roundtable Discussion #206 - P.W.I.D.

Anarchy Among Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 114:50


The Bois talk the Biden administration training junkies to give out covid tests, the Dems putting forward a legit 'Minority Report' bill, secretly stipping people of their gun rights, a sheriff's deputy's romp caught on a hot mic, a Minnesota kid learns all about OpSec/PerSec, people being okay with freedom in decline, and whatever else we stumble into! https://linktr.ee/anarchyamongfriends Dyreka's Crochet Pattern - https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hungry-caterpillar-educational-toy Dyreka's book - https://www.amazon.com/Think-Yourself-Critical-Thinking-Beginners/dp/1791936172/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1 Andrew's YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYuYw7aFnaJBc8F6NCn-CKg/videos "InkedAnarchist15" for 15% off at https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/?rfsn=4064657.9a3f66&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4064657.9a3f66 https://www.reaperapparelco.com/?ref=52cju0Cb Or use "InkedAnarchist" at checkout and get 10% off. RK Sppokware https://rkspookware.com?aff=11 Jeremy at The Quartering's 'Coffee Brand Coffee': https://coffeebrandcoffee.com/?ref=0juh6r1T Check out Road to Autonomy https://rtamagazine.com/ Poppins Patches - https://www.facebook.com/poppinspatches or poppinspatches.com Anarchy Among Friends Telegram - https://t.me/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends FB - https://www.facebook.com/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends Odysee - https://odysee.com/@AnarchyAmongFriendsRoundtableDiscussion:5 Anarchy Among Friends Rumble - https://rumble.com/user/Valhallarchist Anarchy Among Friends MeWe - https://mewe.com/p/anarchyamongfriendsroundtablediscussion Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0pqbeHBmWPN1sG0e6L28Uv Podbean - https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/8yy6n-c5c4e/Anarchy-Among-Friends-Podcast Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anarchy-among-friends/id1459037636?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/anarchy-among-friends GooglePodcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNGZmNzQwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/anarchy-among-friends Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1459037636/anarchy-among-friends PocketCasts - https://pca.st/CDH3 RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/anarchy-among-friends-Wkzzjl Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 U.S. 444 (1969), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case, interpreting the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Court held that government cannot punish inflammatory speech unless that speech is "directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brandenburg_v._Ohio THIS PODCAST IS COVERED BY A BipCot NoGov LICENSE. USE AND RE-USE BY ANYONE EXCEPT GOVERNMENTS OR THEIR AGENTS IS OK. MORE INFO: https://bipcot.org/ Tests - https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden-administration-funds-study-train-drug-addicts-distribute-covid-tests Minority Report - https://dailycaller.com/2022/12/09/legislation-to-track-social-media-predict-mass-shootings/ Stripped - https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/restoring-america/fairness-justice/secret-service-ice-fbi-secret-strip-gun-rights-emails Hot Mic - https://www.tmz.com/2022/12/14/la-sheriff-deputy-caught-sex-act-radio-during-shift/ OpSec - https://www.yahoo.com/news/fbi-arrested-minnesota-man-told-154001843.html Decline - https://reason.com/2022/12/14/the-world-is-still-getting-less-free-a-distressing-number-of-people-think-thats-fine/

Iron Sharpens Iron Radio with Chris Arnzen
December 16, 2022 Show with Jeremy Brandenburg on “Bruce Hunt: Orthodox Presbyterian Missionary to Korea”

Iron Sharpens Iron Radio with Chris Arnzen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 119:55


December 16, 2022 Jeremy Brandenburg a former Army officer & current pastor of Redeemer Orthodox Presbyterian Church of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, who will address: "BRUCE HUNT: EARLY 20th CENTURY, 2nd GENERATION, ORTHODOX PREBYTERIAN MISSIONARY to KOREA"   Subscribe: iTunes  TuneIn Android RSS Feed Listen:

Wir. Der Mutmach-Podcast der Berliner Morgenpost
Folge 500: Beisenherz, Marinic, Zuckowski, Strack-Zimmermann fragen, Mutmacher antworten

Wir. Der Mutmach-Podcast der Berliner Morgenpost

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 54:38


Deutschland jubelt! 500 Folgen Mutmachpodcast, 5000 Tonnen Liebe und 50 heitere, gemeine, kluge und aufwühlende Fragen von Promis und Marie-Agnes Strack-Zimmermann an die Mutmacher Suse, Paul und Hajo. Mit dabei: Micky Beisenherz, Anastasia Umrik, Rolf Zuckowsky, Jagoda Marinic, Lars Haider, Ulrike Herrmann, Jens Spahn, Anne Otto, Hatice Akyün, Sonja Koppitz, Karina Teutenberg, Tristan Horx, Windkraft-Felix, Katrin Hinrichs, Prof. Alexander Thiele, Prof. Maren Urner, Stephan Weichert, Alexandra Schwarz-Schilling, Annika Köppern, Andreas Tölke, Anuschka Roshani fragen nach dem lustigsten Gast, Appendixangst, Sex im Alter, Golden-Retriever-Loyalität, Coolness und Selbsthass, Saukralle und Burnout? Schaumwein und LSD? Streiten oder vorbereiten? Gute Boomer, böse Boomer? Anstecken und Selbstverstärken. UniMoog und Familientherapie? DramaQueen und Boxautomat. Stadtpflanze, Weltschmerz und Süffisanz. Petersilie und Wikingerin. Plus: Wo steht eine Baumschule in Brandenburg leer? Folge 500.

Deutschland heute - Deutschlandfunk
Zurück nach Brandenburg - Wie das Land Städter in die Provinz lockt

Deutschland heute - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 5:33


Richter, Christoph D.www.deutschlandfunk.de, Deutschland heuteDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Angebissen - der Angelpodcast | rbb
Dickbarsche am Fließband mit Berlins einziger Fischerin | #108

Angebissen - der Angelpodcast | rbb

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 48:09


Dichte Nebelschwaden hängen über dem Müggelsee, als wir mit Maria Thamm losfahren. Diesmal begleiten wir Berlins erste und einzige Fischerin auf ihrer Tour im Revier. Wir wollen wissen, was es wirklich bedeutet, Fischerin zu sein. Und logisch, wir wollen wissen, was in ihren Netzen drin ist. Eines ist Fakt: Was dann wirklich zum Vorschein kam, haben wir nicht erwartet…

What's Up Westfield
Whatsupwestfield with Lisa Brandenburg

What's Up Westfield

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 50:40


Hello I am Curt Whitesell and want to welcome you to the coolest and most informative podcast in the Westfield Indiana area.....Whatsupwestfield. Whatsupwestfield is a local chat fest to dig deep into politics, development, who's doing what and anything else we can fit into 45 minutes of fun online. If you have topics or an interest in being an amazing guest, please reach out to us and we would love to hear your ideas. My guest today  moved to Westfield from New Jersey and during the difficult time of Covid was looking to connect.  She soon realized many other women in Westfield were having similar struggles and she started a facebook group.  Today that group has over 2000 members, regular groups and growing.  When not hanging with the local ladies she is a mom, wife and full time professional.  Please welcome Lisa Brandenburg to the podcast

rbb Praxis
Stadt, Land, Medizin: Hochleistungsmedizin in der Lausitz

rbb Praxis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 3:09


Die medizinische Versorgung auf dem Land hat einen schlechten Ruf. Doch es gibt auch Kliniken in Brandenburg, die hoch spezialisiert arbeiten und alles bieten, was es in der Großstadt gibt - zum Beispiel ist die Abteilung für Urologie im Klinikum Niederlausitz am Standort Lauchhammer. Von Ursula Stamm

Anarchy Among Friends
Anarchy Among Friends Roundtable Discussion #205 - w/ Michael Sodini of WalktheTalkAmerica.org

Anarchy Among Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 118:43


The Bois talk about mental health & firearms with Mike Sodini of Walk The Talk America. WTTA's mission "is to raise awareness and create a change in the misunderstandings regarding mental illness and firearms by bringing together industry leaders to reduce gun violence, negligence, suicide, and the trauma created by these events." https://www.walkthetalkamerica.org 'A Conversation About Guns And Mental Health With Walk The Talk America.' - Connie Wray - https://youtu.be/NzpG00Yn0_w https://linktr.ee/anarchyamongfriends Dyreka's Crochet Pattern - https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hungry-caterpillar-educational-toy Dyreka's book - https://www.amazon.com/Think-Yourself-Critical-Thinking-Beginners/dp/1791936172/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1 Andrew's YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYuYw7aFnaJBc8F6NCn-CKg/videos "InkedAnarchist15" for 15% off at https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/?rfsn=4064657.9a3f66&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4064657.9a3f66 https://www.reaperapparelco.com/?ref=52cju0Cb Or use "InkedAnarchist" at checkout and get 10% off. RK Sppokware https://rkspookware.com?aff=11 Jeremy at The Quartering's 'Coffee Brand Coffee': https://coffeebrandcoffee.com/?ref=0juh6r1T Check out Road to Autonomy https://rtamagazine.com/ Poppins Patches - https://www.facebook.com/poppinspatches or poppinspatches.com Anarchy Among Friends Telegram - https://t.me/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends FB - https://www.facebook.com/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends Odysee - https://odysee.com/@AnarchyAmongFriendsRoundtableDiscussion:5 Anarchy Among Friends Rumble - https://rumble.com/user/Valhallarchist Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0pqbeHBmWPN1sG0e6L28Uv Podbean - https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/8yy6n-c5c4e/Anarchy-Among-Friends-Podcast Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anarchy-among-friends/id1459037636?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/anarchy-among-friends GooglePodcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNGZmNzQwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/anarchy-among-friends Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1459037636/anarchy-among-friends PocketCasts - https://pca.st/CDH3 RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/anarchy-among-friends-Wkzzjl Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 U.S. 444 (1969), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case, interpreting the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Court held that government cannot punish inflammatory speech unless that speech is "directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brandenburg_v._Ohio THIS PODCAST IS COVERED BY A BipCot NoGov LICENSE. USE AND RE-USE BY ANYONE EXCEPT GOVERNMENTS OR THEIR AGENTS IS OK. MORE INFO: https://bipcot.org/

DLF-Magazin - Deutschlandfunk
Verfassungstreuecheck - Warum Brandenburg Beamte überprüfen will

DLF-Magazin - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 8:26


Richter, Christophwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Dlf-MagazinDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!
Catholic Charities Changes - 'Respect' for Marriage Act - Germany Mass Arrest

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 119:59


Catholic Drive Time - 877-757-9424 Date – Wednesday, December 7, 2022 – Memorial of Saint Ambrose, Bishop and Doctor of the Church INTRO – Catholic charities withdraw from immigration coalition after investigative report reveals group supports abortion – Michael Hichborn is back! And – Is the Religious Liberty clause in the Marriage ACT a trojan horse? Brent Haynes weighs in. Also – David L Gray - Germany arrests 25 over alleged far-right coup plot Quick News - - BREAKING: Elon Musk confirms James Baker, former FBI counsel, FIRED from Twitter after Hunter laptop revelations... also, he is alleged to have scrubbed the Twitter files of FBI references before they were released to the journalists too. -OH... and... Steven D'Antuono, assistant director in charge of the FBI Washington Field Office, announced his retirement just as House Republicans have announced plans to investigate recent operations and actions at the bureau. - Morocco advanced to the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time, beating Spain 3–0 in a penalty shootout on Tuesday. - Democrat Raphael Warnock Defeats Republican Join Email list! GRNonline.com/CDT GRN to 42828 What's Concerning Us? – Michael Hichborn - Catholic charities withdraw from immigration coalition after investigative report reveals group supports abortion The Main Points 1) It's hard to imagine the USCCB didn't know what they were getting into when they joined PIF. On their "Join the Coalition" page, it says, "With more than 500 member organizations working in the areas of immigrant rights, ... reproductive justice, and dozens of other issues, it's our members that make PIF a powerhouse." 2) The main reason we discovered this coalition is because we were researching CCHD grantees. There are three CCHD grantees that are still listed as members of PIF (Casa San Jose, WeCount!, and COFI). If the USCCB thought it was bad enough that they had to leave, will they require those three grantees to leave, or will they continue providing them funding, despite this membership? 3) It's not good enough for the USCCB to just slink away. PIF sent out an email to its members about the statement on abortion well ahead of of its publication, which means the USCCB would have known about the statement before it was published. One of the principles the USCCB agreed to as a member of PIF was that it would not publicly disagree with policies, statements or positions taken by PIF. Even after withdrawing, the USCCB has NOT issued a public statement. The USCCB MUST publicly condemn PIF for its advocacy for the slaughter of innocent children. I guarantee if PIF had issued a statement that was deemed racist, the USCCB would have acted immediately to put distance between it and PIF. Guest Seg. - Brent Haynes - The Marriage ACT and Religious Liberty – a Trojan Horse? 2nd Guest Seg. -David L Gray – A Coup in Germany - Police have arrested 25 suspected members or supporters of a "domestic terrorist organization" aiming to topple the German state. Justice Minister Marco Buschmann said the network was part of the "Reichsbürger scene." - The Reichsbürger movement is made up of a number of small organizations and individuals, mainly in the states of Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Bavaria. They do not accept the legality of the Federal Republic of Germany or any of its government authorities. - The movement argues that the German constitution prior to World War II was never properly nullified and that the formation of the former Joe Social Media IG: @TheCatholicHack Twitter: @Catholic_Hack Facebook: Joe McClane YouTube: Joe McClane Rudy Social Media IG: @ydursolrac Youtube: Glad Trad Podcast Adrian Social Media IG: @ffonze Twitter: @AdrianFonze Facebook: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations Visit our website to learn more about us, find a local GRN radio station, a schedule of our programming and so much more. http://grnonline.com/

Talking Flutes!
Making your music come alive! - E: 240 with Clare Southworth

Talking Flutes!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 25:14


Understand the composers narrative and your performance will come alive! In this podcast, Clare takes a look at the beautiful 'Sonate en Concert' by the prolific composer Jean-Michel Damase and two movements, the 'Rondeau' and the 'Aria' from the beautiful and haunting flute piece Suite Antique by John Rutter Of the ‘Sonate en Concert' Clare says "in my opinion, Damase doesn't get the credit amongst flute payers that he deserves!' Composed in 1979, 'Suite Antique' is a concertante work by John Rutter and is written for harpsichord, flute and string orchestra. Rutter composed the piece, in six movements, for a concert at which Bach's fifth Brandenburg concerto was to be performed, and so decided to write the piece for the same ensemble. In this podcast Clare looks at two movements in particular, the 'Rondeau' and the 'Aria'  Please 'Rate - Like - Follow' Talking Flutes 'on whatever podcast provider you are listening on as it helps others to find us! 'Talking Flutes' and 'Talking Flutes Extra' are podcasts by the TJ flute company.  For more information visit www.trevorjamesflutes.com

Anarchy Among Friends
AAFRTD #204

Anarchy Among Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 118:37


The Bois get into Trump being Trump and Republicans eating it up, 'Censorship By Surrogate', a Montana man fighting to hold the gov't to its word, the US gov't pressuring Canada to end the 'Freedom Convoy', a Daniel Shaver update, a judge ruling that police don't owe you a thorough investigation, an 82 yr old woman arrested for not paying her garbage bill, and whatever else we stumble into! https://linktr.ee/anarchyamongfriends Dyreka's Crochet Pattern - https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hungry-caterpillar-educational-toy Dyreka's book - https://www.amazon.com/Think-Yourself-Critical-Thinking-Beginners/dp/1791936172/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1 Andrew's YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYuYw7aFnaJBc8F6NCn-CKg/videos "InkedAnarchist15" for 15% off at https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/?rfsn=4064657.9a3f66&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4064657.9a3f66 https://www.reaperapparelco.com/?ref=52cju0Cb Or use "InkedAnarchist" at checkout and get 10% off. RK Sppokware https://rkspookware.com?aff=11 Jeremy at The Quartering's 'Coffee Brand Coffee': https://coffeebrandcoffee.com/?ref=0juh6r1T Check out Road to Autonomy https://rtamagazine.com/ Poppins Patches - https://www.facebook.com/poppinspatches or poppinspatches.com Anarchy Among Friends Telegram - https://t.me/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends FB - https://www.facebook.com/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends Odysee - https://odysee.com/@AnarchyAmongFriendsRoundtableDiscussion:5 Anarchy Among Friends Rumble - https://rumble.com/user/Valhallarchist Anarchy Among Friends MeWe - https://mewe.com/p/anarchyamongfriendsroundtablediscussion Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0pqbeHBmWPN1sG0e6L28Uv Podbean - https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/8yy6n-c5c4e/Anarchy-Among-Friends-Podcast Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anarchy-among-friends/id1459037636?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/anarchy-among-friends GooglePodcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNGZmNzQwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/anarchy-among-friends Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1459037636/anarchy-among-friends PocketCasts - https://pca.st/CDH3 RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/anarchy-among-friends-Wkzzjl Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 U.S. 444 (1969), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case, interpreting the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Court held that government cannot punish inflammatory speech unless that speech is "directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brandenburg_v._Ohio THIS PODCAST IS COVERED BY A BipCot NoGov LICENSE. USE AND RE-USE BY ANYONE EXCEPT GOVERNMENTS OR THEIR AGENTS IS OK. MORE INFO: https://bipcot.org/ Freedom Convoy - https://nypost.com/2022/11/24/us-officials-pressured-canada-to-stop-freedom-convoy-new-testimony-reveals/ Trump - https://www.cnn.com/2022/12/03/politics/trump-constitution-truth-social/index.html Censorship - https://thehill.com/opinion/judiciary/3760753-censorship-by-surrogate-why-musks-document-dump-could-be-a-game-changer/ Road - https://thehill.com/opinion/judiciary/3749231-a-montana-mountain-man-goes-to-court-to-protect-his-property-rights/ Thorough - https://www.coloradopolitics.com/courts/constitution-does-not-require-thorough-police-investigation-into-theft-judge-rules/article_d5274cae-70e4-11ed-bc04-5b47410086b4.html Shaver - https://reason.com/2022/11/28/arizona-town-to-pay-8-million-to-widow-of-daniel-shaver-shot-while-crawling-unarmed-toward-police/ Garbage - https://www.al.com/news/2022/12/82-year-old-alabama-womans-arrest-for-not-paying-trash-bill-stirs-outrage.html

Startup Insider
Crocus Labs erhält Millionenfinanzierung für nachhaltige Beleuchtungslösungen (Vertical Garden • HTGF • Berlin)

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 19:38


In der Mittagsfolge sprechen wir heute mit Markus Erbe, CFO und Co-Founder von Crocus Labs, über die erfolgreich abgeschlossene siebenstellige Seed-Finanzierungsrunde.Crocus Labs entwickelt intelligente LED-Beleuchtungstechnologie, um Gewächshäuser, vertikale Farmen und andere geschlossene Gartenbausysteme trotz der hohen Energiepreise rentabler zu machen, indem seine Technologie es ermöglicht, die Kosten für Beleuchtung signifikant zu senken. Ein frei einstellbares Breitbandspektrum soll mit dazugehörigen Sensoren dabei helfen, eine Vielzahl von Nutzpflanzen in Innenräumen mit deutlich höheren Erträgen anzubauen. Crocus Labs wurde im Jahr 2020 von Dr. Prashanth Makaram, Markus Erbe und Galina Gorshkova in Berlin gegründet und hat seitdem zwei Produktgenerationen entwickelt, die erfolgreich im Anbau von Erdbeeren, Basilikum und Salat mit kommerziellen Partnern getestet wurden. Das Team des Entwicklers von Vollspektrum-Beleuchtungslösungen zeichnet sich insbesondere durch Interdisziplinarität zwischen praktisch angewendeten Wirtschaftswissenschaften und Ingenieurwesen aus.Das Berliner Startup hat nun in einer Seed-Runde Kapital in Höhe eines siebenstelligen Betrags eingesammelt. Die Lead-Investoren waren hierbei der High-Tech Gründerfonds und Brandenburg Kapital. Das Investmentvehikel des Business Angels Club Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. namens BACB Bet und weitere Angel-Investoren haben sich ebenfalls an der Finanzierung beteiligt. Das frische Kapital soll die weitere Produktforschung und Produktion in Brandenburg sowie Tests bei verschiedenen Kunden unterstützen, um das Startup auf die weitere geographische Expansion und eine breite Produktvermarktung vorzubereiten. Crocus Labs plant weiterhin Innovationen zu entwickeln, um die Kosten für den Betrieb von Indoor-Farmen zu senken und gleichzeitig die Qualität der Ernteprodukte zu verbessern.

Anarchy Among Friends
Anarchy Among Friends Roundtable Discussion #203 - w/ Anti-Politics Podcast

Anarchy Among Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 119:58


The Bois from the Anti-Politics Podcast join us to talk a little gun control a little culture stuff, and to have a damn good time. https://anchor.fm/antipoliticspodcast https://open.spotify.com/show/1kVFiEkJ4wjFiPfmd7IftA https://www.twitter.com/AntiPoliticsPod https://linktr.ee/anarchyamongfriends Dyreka's Crochet Pattern - https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hungry-caterpillar-educational-toy Dyreka's book - https://www.amazon.com/Think-Yourself-Critical-Thinking-Beginners/dp/1791936172/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1 Andrew's YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYuYw7aFnaJBc8F6NCn-CKg/videos "InkedAnarchist15" for 15% off at https://www.thebeardstruggle.com/?rfsn=4064657.9a3f66&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4064657.9a3f66 https://www.reaperapparelco.com/?ref=52cju0Cb Or use "InkedAnarchist" at checkout and get 10% off. RK Sppokware https://rkspookware.com?aff=11 Jeremy at The Quartering's 'Coffee Brand Coffee': https://coffeebrandcoffee.com/?ref=0juh6r1T Check out Road to Autonomy https://rtamagazine.com/ Poppins Patches - https://www.facebook.com/poppinspatches or poppinspatches.com Anarchy Among Friends Telegram - https://t.me/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends FB - https://www.facebook.com/AAFRTD Anarchy Among Friends Odysee - https://odysee.com/@AnarchyAmongFriendsRoundtableDiscussion:5 Anarchy Among Friends Rumble - https://rumble.com/user/Valhallarchist Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0pqbeHBmWPN1sG0e6L28Uv Podbean - https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/8yy6n-c5c4e/Anarchy-Among-Friends-Podcast Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/anarchy-among-friends/id1459037636?ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/anarchy-among-friends GooglePodcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNGZmNzQwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/anarchy-among-friends Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1459037636/anarchy-among-friends PocketCasts - https://pca.st/CDH3 RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/anarchy-among-friends-Wkzzjl Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 U.S. 444 (1969), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case, interpreting the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The Court held that government cannot punish inflammatory speech unless that speech is "directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brandenburg_v._Ohio THIS PODCAST IS COVERED BY A BipCot NoGov LICENSE. USE AND RE-USE BY ANYONE EXCEPT GOVERNMENTS OR THEIR AGENTS IS OK. MORE INFO: https://bipcot.org/ Zombies - https://www.ibtimes.com/scientists-breathe-life-48500-year-old-zombie-virus-found-frozen-siberia-3640313?utm_source=ground.news&utm_medium=referral Gun Sales - https://www.ammoland.com/2022/11/study-no-link-between-legal-gun-sales-violent-crime/ AWB - https://www.cnbc.com/2022/11/24/biden-says-hell-renew-push-for-assault-weapons-ban.html Disinformation - https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/11/23/would-be-disinformation-czar-now-a-registered-foreign-agent/ Fauci - https://nypost.com/2022/11/25/all-knowing-dr-faucis-memory-suddenly-vanishes-when-he-has-to-testify/ Murphy - https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2022/11/27/chris_murphy_60_of_counties_in_america_are_refusing_to_implement_gun_laws_congress_needs_to_do_something_about_it.html

Sourcing Matters.show
ep. 113: Forces-of-Nature miniseries -ft. Benedikt Bösel

Sourcing Matters.show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 48:57


ep. 113: Benedikt Bösel · Land Use Pioneer Forces of Nature is a talkshow miniseries featuring dynamic leaders from across food & environmental movements. Tune-in for a dose of optimism.   ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES IN LAND USE w/ host: Aaron Niederhelman Benedikt Bösel is founder and CEO of Gut & Bösel, a 3,000 hectare ecological farm and land use research center east of Berlin, Germany.  The site is quickly becoming an epicenter for the future of food & fiber production.  It's the whole ball of wax from regenerative food production practice, forestry management, savvy land use, stewardship initiatives, animal centric integration, and even a royal bed & breakfast to welcome new guests to the movement. It's a gem of a spot and a big win for the EU Regen. In 2016, Benedikt took over management of the land that's been in his family for 300 years. He changed the operating system to farm and forest by improving the ecology. In just a few short years, Gut & Bösel has grown from a concept to now tabulating positive outcomes of systemic land use management trials.   Brought together in Brandenburg, this epicenter will expand everyone's capabilities to understand and to work smarter with natural systems.  Buy-in has been good. Agtech is woven into the fabric of this innovation hot-bed, and influential players from around the Brandenburg region, across Germany and throughout Europe have responded to Gut & Bösel with resounding support. In the blink of an eye, Benedikt has laid the foundation for a Stone Barns, EURO.   --- LAND USE PIONEER ---   FARMING THE ELEMENTS Mitigating climate change & biodiversity loss, staving off hunger & malnutrition and even offering equal opportunities for all, at Gut & Bösel they believe that land use is the key to addressing many pressing problems. Through holistic pasture management, composting, syntropic agroforestry and forest conversion, and even the development of new software and technology – they're working on methods of multifunctional agriculture to build healthy, resilient and thriving ecosystems. The Brandenburg region has little precipitation and very sandy soils. It's a challenging place to farm. Benedikt came to Alt Madlitz with a grand idea. Then drought came, and everything changed. This forced him to innovate years before originally planned. Benedikt doubled down on closing the nutrient cycling loop of ecology to keep healthy production from his land. He's weathered that storm and now built resiliency.   AWARD WINNING EFFORTS & DEFT TOUCH Benedikt was named 2022 Farmer of the Year in Germany by the Federal Minister of Agriculture. The Gut & Bösel team was recently the subject of a six-part Disney+ miniseries titled ‘The Farm Experiment‘, which is expected to drop in 2023. The release of a book sharing more of the good, the bad and the journey to date is on the docket. In ep. #113 we chat about the soon to begin World Cup 2022. You get some insight into Benedikt's POV on global affairs, and where he believes change is going to come from. We also learn that despite being a German football fan at heart, it's the NBA that gets Benedikt to kick back and have a few beers. In fact, it's my hometown Boston Celtics may be his team. Go GREEN (C's & The Planet). I'm pulling for team USA in Qatar, but no matter what happens I'm just excited to see the beautiful game played on its grandest stage.  Despite all the problems that brings.   https://sourcingmatters.show  

Im Visier – Verbrecherjagd in Berlin und Brandenburg | rbb24
Grenzenlos - Doppelmord in Berlin und Brandenburg

Im Visier – Verbrecherjagd in Berlin und Brandenburg | rbb24

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 46:41


Februar 2017, in einem Park in Berlin-Neukölln wird eine Leiche im Schnee entdeckt. Am selben Tag lassen zwei Söhne im brandenburgischen Finsterwalde eine Wohnung öffnen. Sie finden ihren Vater mit zertrümmertem Schädel. Zwei Morde, die nichts miteinander zu tun haben. Oder doch?

Was jetzt?
Armenien: Ziemlich allein am Kaukasus

Was jetzt?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 11:27


Armenien und Aserbaidschan sind seit Jahren verfeindet. Russland gilt eigentlich als die Schutzmacht Armeniens, doch im Schatten des Kriegs gegen die Ukraine fühlt sich Armenien von Moskau im Stich gelassen. Wieso gilt das Verhältnis zwischen Russland und Armenien mittlerweile als angespannt? Und wie wird die Annäherung der Europäischen Union an Aserbaidschan in Armenien diskutiert? Diese Fragen klärt Jannis Carmesin mit Andrea Jeska, die gerade erst in Armenien recherchiert hat. Flüsse und Seen in Deutschland leiden darunter, dass sie begradigt, gestaut und mit zu vielen Schadstoffen belastet werden. Carolin Wahnbaeck war an der Unteren Havel in Brandenburg unterwegs, die gerade renaturiert wird. Die Autorin erklärt im Podcast, wie aus einer industriell genutzten Wasserstraße wieder ein Fluss wird und wie realistisch das EU-Ziel ist, alle Gewässer bis 2027 in einen guten Zustand zu überführen. Alles außer Putzen: Dieser Honiglebkuchen läutet den Advent ein. (https://www.zeit.de/zeit-magazin/wochenmarkt/2022-11/nuernberger-lebkuchen-honig-rezept-wochenmarkt) Moderation und Produktion: Jannis Carmesin Redaktion: Constanze Kainz Mitarbeit: Marc Fehrmann und Lisa Pausch Alle Folgen unseres Podcasts finden Sie hier. Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter wasjetzt@zeit.de. Weitere Links zur Folge: Armenien: Schießen nach Stundenplan (https://www.zeit.de/2022/48/armenien-ukraine-krieg-oel-gas) Konflikt zwischen Armenien und Aserbaidschan: Droht ein neuer Krieg an Europas Peripherie? (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2022-09/armenien-aserbaidschan-konflikt-berg-karabach) Kaukasus: Kaum Fortschritte bei armenisch-aserbaidschanischem Treffen in Sotschi (https://www.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2022-10/armenien-aserbaidschan-annaeherung-wladimir-putin) Naturschutz: Einmal begradigt und zurück (https://www.zeit.de/2022/48/naturschutz-untere-havel-wasserstrasse-umbau) Elbvertiefung: Die Schlammschlacht (https://www.zeit.de/2022/48/elbvertiefung-hamburger-hafen-containerschiffe) Schifffahrt in der Klimakrise: In neuem Fahrwasser (https://www.zeit.de/2022/41/schifffahrt-klimakrise-co2-neutralitaet)

Tagesthemen (Audio-Podcast)
22.11.2022 - tagesthemen 21:45 Uhr

Tagesthemen (Audio-Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 33:52


Themen der Sendung: Sponsoren und Fans irritiert nach Rückzieher bei "One Love"-Binde bei Fußball-WM in Katar, Einigung bei Bürgergeld und Gas- und Strompreisbremse, Die Meinung, Abzug der Bundeswehr aus Mali erst bis Mai 2024, Neue Gebührenordnung lässt Tierarztkosten steigen, Weitere Meldungen im Überblick, #mittendrin aus Meyenburg: Schiedsrichter in Brandenburg, Frankfurter Städel Museum widmet Barockmaler Guido Reni Ausstellung, Das Wetter

Tagesthemen (320x240)
22.11.2022 - tagesthemen 21:45 Uhr

Tagesthemen (320x240)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 33:52


Themen der Sendung: Sponsoren und Fans irritiert nach Rückzieher bei "One Love"-Binde bei Fußball-WM in Katar, Einigung bei Bürgergeld und Gas- und Strompreisbremse, Die Meinung, Abzug der Bundeswehr aus Mali erst bis Mai 2024, Neue Gebührenordnung lässt Tierarztkosten steigen, Weitere Meldungen im Überblick, #mittendrin aus Meyenburg: Schiedsrichter in Brandenburg, Frankfurter Städel Museum widmet Barockmaler Guido Reni Ausstellung, Das Wetter