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Nouvel Œil
#116 | Perla Servan-Schreiber (Auteure & fondatrice de Psychologies) : Ses secrets de vie

Nouvel Œil

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 39:53


L'ambition de Perla Servan-Schreiber est celle-là : nous questionner, nous transmettre l'essentiel d'une vie qui tient au creux d'une main. Celle d'une femme de 78 ans qui aime, travaille, rit, cuisine, pleure, vieillit joyeusement.  Elle rêve de nous faire gagner du temps pour vivre notre vie, et nous partage ses petits secrets.    Un mot a guidé sa vie : la liberté. De ses choix personnels et professionnels, elle a su fermer les portes qu'il fallait, et ouvrir celles qui appelaient à l'être pour faire grandir sa liberté.  Quels sont ses secrets de vie, aujourd'hui, à 78 ans ?     Plus que tout, Perla nous invite à nous frotter aux gens joyeux, et à cultiver les pas de côté.   Dans cet épisode, on parle de rencontres, de légèreté et ce qu'est prendre de l'âge.   J'espère que cette écoute te donnera l'envie d'expérimenter tes propres secrets de vie.     Belle écoute ! ☀️ ---

Le casque et l'enclume
Claire Baglin pour son roman En salle

Le casque et l'enclume

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 18:06


Claire Baglin signe son premier roman, En salle, une plongée dans le monde du fast food. Un roman rythmée entre l'enfance de la narratrice et son expérience professionnelle. Un livre publié aux Editions de Minuit.

Egosystème - La 1ere
Toucher c'est aimer

Egosystème - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 56:32


Invitée : Véronique Lefebvre des Noëttes, Psychogériatre et philosophe. Lʹimportance du toucher chez les petits est reconnue depuis longtemps et il est même encouragé dans les hôpitaux. Plus compliqué en revanche, de faire reconnaître la caresse bienveillante auprès des plus anciens. Psychogériatre-philosophe, Véronique Lefebvre des Noëttes accompagne les patients très âgés et apaise au mieux les chagrins, les douleurs et les souffrances, en pratiquant la caresse; ce geste ancestral, dont les effets sont scientifiquement prouvés. Une caresse éthique, empathique afin de remettre lʹhumain au cœur du soin. Dr Veronique Lefebvre des Noettes : " La force de la caresse " Editions du Rocher.

Bientôt à Table !
Bientôt à Table !

Bientôt à Table !

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 60:19


Se non è pizza, è pinsa ! La renaissance d'une plante vertueuse : la croisade du sarrasin De la cuisine gastro-zadiste, un chef qui nous met KO et une vilaine table... Les adresses food du mois ! La pizza de la mama a-t-elle du plomb dans l'aile ? Depuis quelques mois, la voilà éclipsée par une intrigante « pinsa romana » sortie dont on ne sait où. Une pate qui fait désormais fureur avec des enseignes, tout entières dédiées à cet obscur objet du désir. Mais de quoi parle-ton ? Nouvelle recette ou remise à jour d'une antique pate romaine ? Filons découvrir cela avec Carlo De Pascale. Une plante qui aurait pu disparaitre de nos champs si quelques éclaireurs n'en avaient pas perçus tout le potentiel. Facile de culture, herbicide naturel et pour ne rien gâcher sans gluten et nutritif... le sarrasin a le vent en poupe ! Une filière qui essaime, du grain aux farines. Découverte ce matin avec un chef paysan breton : Bertrand Larcher depuis Saint-Malo. Créateur de l'enseigne « Breizh Café » le temple de la galette bretonne, l'homme a relancé une filière de culture du sarrasin sur ses terres natales ! Dans son actu, la sortie de cette bible « Sarrasin » son histoire, sa culture et ses applications en cuisine publié aux Editions de la Martinière. La Belgique n'est pas en reste, puisqu'une filière wallonne s'y déploie aussi, nous filerons aux champs où nous retrouverons Isabelle Coupienne, co-fondatrice de Graines de curieux pour ainsi redévelopper, redynamiser des filières d'avenir ! Bref, le sarrasin, une plante 100% bénéfique pour nous, notre environnement et pour ne rien gâcher pour nos petits plats du quotidien. Enfin, il nous revient d'un food trip de haut niveau. Dans sa besace, quelques tables parfaitement dressées, testées et approuvées. On y file dès 11h45 avec Michel Verlinden, critique gastronomique. Food-Team : Sophie Moens/ Carlo De Pascale/Michel Verlinden/Bertrand Larcher/Isabelle Coupienne. Laurent Nelissen à la réalisation Stéphane Delhougne à la production Alexandra Vassen à la programmation musicale

AA Recovery Interviews
Tilda B. – Sober 28 Years

AA Recovery Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 63:45


Tilda B. is an AA member from the other side of the world in Nairobi, Kenya. She grew up in London, where she did most of her alcoholic drinking before getting sober over 28 years ago. Within her first several years of sobriety among London's vibrant AA community, Tilda was offered a dream job in Kenya and has lived there since. Amidst a different culture, with its own norms related to alcoholism, Tilda's relatively brief experience in Alcoholics Anonymous in England helped her quickly acclimate to Nairobi's AA community. When Zoom emerged in the past several years, she re-connected with people with whom she'd gotten sober, and it was on Zoom that I first met Tilda. Her backstory is as colorful, yet tragic, as many in this podcast series, replete with a dysfunctional family rattled by alcoholism. Finding booze and people who drank, Tilda created her own world that alternated between drunken comfort and turbulent chaos, but, like many, she was still functional enough to achieve a higher education and some important jobs. But, towards the end of her drinking, she lost what little control she'd had and her life devolved into abject misery and self-loathing. By the time Tilda crossed the threshold of Alcoholics Anonymous, she was thoroughly beaten by the disease. Sitting in the back of one of London's largest AA meetings, she finally surrendered to the people and the Program. She quickly got a sponsor, worked the steps, attended daily meetings, sponsored other women, and became ensconced in AA service work. Though moving to Kenya relatively early in her sobriety meant leaving the comfort and security of her AA fellowship in England, Tilda understood the absolute importance of establishing a strong Program in her new country. Throughout her long-term sobriety, she has become firmly rooted in Nairobi's AA community with fellow Brits, other ex-pats, and local Kenyans at the heart of her program. Tilda's story is both fascinating and inspiring, and should provide hope and assurance to any AA members facing relocation to another city, state, or country, that AA sobriety is attainable and sustainable anywhere in the world. So sit back, and please enjoy the next hour with my friend and AA sister, Tilda B. Check out Howard's Big Book Podcast, the complete unabridged audio version of the First and Second Editions of Alcoholics Anonymous. The Big Book Podcast is an engaging cover-to-cover, word-for-word reading of all 11 chapters and Personal Stories, many of which were left out of the Third and Fourth Editions. Follow us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Or listen on https://bigbookpodcast.com If you've enjoyed my AA Recovery Interviews series and my Big Book podcast, have a listen to Lost Stories of the Big Book, 30 Original Stories Missing from the 3rd and 4th Editions of Alcoholics Anonymous. It's an engaging audiobook I narrated to bring these stories to life for AA members who've never seen them. These timeless testamonials were originally cut to make room for newer stories in the 3rd and 4th Editions. But their vitally important messages of hope are as meaningful today as when they were first published. Many listeners will hear these stories for the first time. Lost Stories of the Big Book is available on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes. It's also available as a Kindle book if you'd like to read along with the audio. [Disclaimer: AA Recovery Interviews podcast strictly adheres to AA's 12 Traditions and all General Service Office guidelines for safe-guarding anonymity on-line. I pay all podcast production costs and no one receives financial gain from the show. AA Recovery Interviews and my guests do not speak for or represent AA at-large. This podcast is simply my way of giving back to AA that which has been so freely given to me. -Howard L.]

Hoosier Town Breakdown
Starting Season 5: Talking Hoosiers Football and Basketball 2022 Editions

Hoosier Town Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 46:04


The rust and dust on the mics and stat sheets had to get knocked off (literally, ignore the early static) as we start our 5th Season of the Hoosier Town Breakdown! Allen and Greg dig into the 3-0 start for IUFB and take an early look at IUBB and make some way-too-early predictions for IU's starting lineup and record.  Let's Go!  Support the show

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'
Les ventes de mangas en France en 2022 – La 5e de Couv' – #5DC – Saison 8 Episode 2

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 80:52


Cette semaine, la 5e de Couv’ vous reparle chiffres : ceux des ventes de mangas en 2022 ! En effet, si notre planète vient de vivre deux années exceptionnelles à plus d’un titre, celle du... L'article Les ventes de mangas en France en 2022 – La 5e de Couv’ – #5DC – Saison 8 Episode 2 est apparu en premier sur La 5e de Couv' - Le podcast de débat autour du manga !.

Quoi de Meuf
(Rediff) - Les femmes grévistes

Quoi de Meuf

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 38:53


Qui se souvient de la grève du sexe menée par les femmes du Nicaragua au XVIème siècle, ou de la grève des ovalistes en France en 1869 ou bien celle des Islandaises en 1975 ? Malgré leur invisibilisation par les récits officiels, les femmes ont toujours été présentes dans l'espace militant à travers les siècles et les continents, et leur présence fut bien souvent déterminante. Dans ce nouvel épisode, Clémentine et Kiyémis rendent aux femmes la place qui leur revient dans l'histoire des insurrections populaires.Références entendues dans l'épisode : La librairie Violette and Co est située au 102 rue de Charonne, 75011 ParisMichelle Perrot est historienne et militante féministe française Hélène Brion est une institutrice, féministe et syndicaliste CGTLa voie féministe est un manifeste de 1917Johanna Siméant est professeure de science politiqueRegards est une revue de reportage lancé en France en 1932La grève des ovalistes de 1869 est une des première grande grève de femmes ouvrières en France La révolte des Canuts désigne les soulèvements d'ouvriers lyonnais dans les années 1830Le Long Friday a mobilisé les femmes islandaises en 1975Redstockings est un collectif né en 1969Reprise (1995) est un film d'Hervé Le RouxFanny Gallot, En découdre : Comment les ouvrières ont révolutionné le travail et la société, La Découverte, 2015Priscillia Ludosky et Jacline Mouraud sont deux femmes à l'origine de la contestation du mouvement “gilets jaunes” lancée en novembre 2018Les soeurs Papin ont assassiné leur patronnes en 1933Marlène Schiappa est secrétaire d'Etat chargée de l'égalité entre les femmes et les hommesSimonetta Sommaruga est la ministre suisse de la Justice et de la Police Lysistrata est une comédie grecque d'AristophaneLeymah Gbowee est une assistante sociale, militante et activiste des droits humainsPray the Devil Back to Hell (2008) est un documentaire de Gini RetickerAlyssa Milano est une actrice américaine Charmed (1998) est une série américaine créée par Constance M. Burge Bitch est un magazine américain féministe et indépendant fondé en 1996On Arrête Toutes est un collectif qui prépare la grève du 8 mars 2020Sonia Sanchez, Prochain arrêt le Bronx et autres pièces, L'Arche, 2019Core est un collectif pour les droits civiques basé à New York Black Arts Movement (BAM) est un mouvement idéologique qui a émergé aux Etats-Unis au début des années 1960Bobby Sands (1954-1981) était membre de l'Irish Republican Army (IRA)Emile Zola, Germinal, 1885Janelle Monae est une chanteuse, compositrice et actrice américaine Entre nos mains (2010) est un film de Mariana OteroOn a grèvé (2014) est un film documentaire réalisé par Denis Gheerbrant We Want Sex Equality (2010) est un film de Nigel ColeMichelle Zancarini-Fournel, Les luttes et les rêves. Une histoire populaire de la France de 1685 à nos jours, Paris, Zones, 2017Carmen Maria Machado, Son corps et autres célébrations, Editions de L'Olivier, 2019Iowa Writers'Workshop est un programme d'écriture créative de l'Université de l'Iowa Angèle est une autrice, compositrice et interprète belgePlus drôle que la plus drôle de tes copines est un spectacle de Fadily Camara Avatar (2009) est un film de James Cameron Cars (2006) est un film des studios d'animation Pixar La poinçonneur des lilas (1959) est une chanson de Serge Gainsbourg Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes. Cet épisode est conçu par Clémentine Gallot et présenté avec Kiyémis. Monté et mixé par Laurie Galligani. Générique réalisé par Aurore Meyer Mahieu. Prise de son et coordination Ashley Tola.Vous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Hospitality Leaders - Interviews with hotel, event, and food service experts
Art's Influence in Hospitality with Dan Oppenheimer at Robinson Editions

Hospitality Leaders - Interviews with hotel, event, and food service experts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 31:16


On today's episode, I'm joined by Dan Oppenheimer, President at Robinson Editions, to hear some of the ways that art has helped to shape the hospitality industry. Dan has been an artist and a craftsman for nearly half a century, working in stained glass, photography and sculptures. He started by producing signage for the hospitality and food service industry. Now his business focuses on creating a welcoming, homey aesthetic for hospitality businesses. To Dan, art and hospitality influence each other in several important ways: - Artists can be instrumental in making an organization feel hospitable. - Regional art can capture the local spirit and support the local community. - Evolving needs in hospitality can help elevate art techniques. - Both the art and hospitality industries prioritize training and development of future leaders and pioneers. The passion Dan has for his art mirrors the passion that so many hospitality leaders have for their work. In partnership, these two combine to create a guest experience that feels like a home away from home. Robinson Editions - https://www.robinsoneditions.com/ Chris Cano - https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrismcano/ Upshift - https://www.linkedin.com/company/upsh%C4%B1ft/ If you enjoyed today's show, please leave a 5-Star review. For more information and links to all of the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit HospitalityLeaderspodcast.com. #hospitality #Foodservice

OrthosPower
[REDIFF] Paprika. La communication bienveillante.

OrthosPower

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 49:45


Dans ce premier épisode, Paprika vient nous parler de son métier d'orthophoniste, et également de sa deuxième casquette en tant qu'animatrice d'ateliers en communication bienveillante. Nous verrons comment lui est venue cette envie de se former dans ce domaine, et les liens qu'elle fait entre ses ateliers et sa pratique orthophonique quotidienne. Références bibliographiques citées dans cet épisode: Ginott Haim, «Entre parent et enfant», Atelier des Parents, 2013 (nouvelle édition) Guéguen Catherine, «Vivre heureux avec son enfant – un nouveau regard sur l'éducation au quotidien grâce aux neurosciences affectives», Robert Laffont, 2015 Faber Adele et Mazlish Elaine, «Parler pour que les enfants écoutent, Ecouter pour que les enfants parlent», Editions du Phare, 2012 (nouvelle édition)  Formation Paprika Loste, sur facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/paprikaloste.atelierparents

El celobert
Roxy Music, de l'avantguarda al classicisme

El celobert

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 60:01


Música
Roxy Music, de l'avantguarda al classicisme

Música

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 60:01


indie Invasion
indie-Invasion Shorts: Playing Classic Game Editions....Necromunda

indie Invasion

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 36:06


Join us for indie-Invasion Shorts! 30 minute snippets where we chat about various subjects in the gaming universe. Prepare yourself for the Invasion! For more content from indie-Invasion Podcast visit: https://indieinvasion.podbean.com/   indie-Invasion FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/indieinvasion   indie-Invasion Discord: https://discord.gg/r7pCJrY3wj   indie-Invasion Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/indieinvasion/v   ... indie-Invasion Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/indieinvasion   ... indie-Invasion Merchandise: https://www.redbubble.com/people/indi   ... CoastalCon FB Group our sponsor: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Coast   ... https://www.coastaltex.com   indie-Invasion Theme music Reunion of the Spaceducks by KieLoKaz: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kie   ... Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b   ... Background Music by Michael Ghelfi, and can be found at: https://www.patreon.com/MichaelGhelfi   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDed...

Timeline (5.000 ans d'Histoire)

Dans cet épisode, nous en terminerons avec les clichés, pour revenir, grâce à l'archéologie, sur chacun des points. Et nous verrons comment Napoléon III a été le grand fondateur de l'archéologie moderne. BIBLIOGRAPHIE ROUVIERE, Astérix ou La Parodie des Identités, Paris, Flammarion, 2008 BRUNAUX Jean-Louis, Nos ancêtres les Gaulois, Paris, Editions du Seuil, l'Univers historique, BRUNAUX Jean-Louis, A la recherche d'Alésia. Des légendes grecques au lieu de mémoire, Malakoff, Editions Dunod, Ekho, 2022 DEMOULE Jean-Paul, On a retrouvé l'Histoire de France. Comment l'archéologie raconte notre passé, Editions Robert Laffont, Archéologia, n° 497, mars 2012 Archéologia, n° 523, juillet-août 2014 Archéologia, n° 524, septembre 2014 Archéologia, n° 532, mai 2015 Archéologia, n° 554, mai 2017 Archéologia, n° 586, avril 2020

Cave of Solitude Comics, Movies, Music and more!
Episode 303 – Coming Soon! (Oct 2022 Collected Editions)

Cave of Solitude Comics, Movies, Music and more!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 79:54


Bring out your shopping cart folks as Eric and Dave sift through upcoming releases and decide what to buy, what to recommend, and what to pass on! Which collected editions and omnibus make it to the register for the month of October 2022? Tune in and find out!

Katie The Traveling Lactation Consultant

Dr Kotlow started recognizing and treating tongue tie decades before most other providers.  In fact he has been treating tongue tie since 1974!  Dr Kotlow is dedicated to helping patients have full oral function and not letting tongue tie limit their bodies.  Dt Kotlow and Katie discuss the changes in lasers, treatments, new tools and what families need.Podcast guest:  Lawrence Kotlow DDS: Pediatric Dentistry , Solo Practice Albany NY 1974-Present.  Attended Albany College of Pharmacy 1965-1968.  Graduate of SUNY Buffalo School of Dentistry 1968- 1972.  Cincinnati Children's Hospital Dental Residency 1972-1974.  Past president of the 3rd District Dental Society 1995.  President's Award 3rd District Dental Society 1996.  3rd District Dental Society Three Clinician Awards.  A. Feldman-Hunn medal of merit award 1989, B. William B Smith Award 2000,     C. Down's-Ripp Award 2008.  Board Certified Pediatric Dentistry 1980.  Life member of the American Dental Association, (ADA).  Life Fellow of the American Board of Pediatric dentistry (FABPD).   Life member of the  NYSDA and 3rd District Dental Society of NY.  Member of American Academy of Physiologic Medicine and Dentistry  (AAPMD).  Member of Academy of Laser Dentistry  since 2000.  Mastership Academy of Laser Dentistry (MALD).  ALD : Leon Goldman Award for clinical excellence 2014.   ALD : John Sulewski Distinguished Service award 2022.  ALD :Speaker and Trainer.  Using multiple Laser wavelengths since 1998 for dental procedures.  ALD advanced Laser proficiency in Erbium:YAG, Nd:YAG , CO2 @9300nm  , Standard Proficiency in  Diode 810nm,980 nm and 1064 nm  lasers.  ICAP 2018 Professional Educator Award.  IATP founding member.   Author of over 30 peer reviewed articles,  2 texts : Atlas of TOTS and  SOS 4 TOTS, about lasers, infant frenectomies, and breastfeeding.   Contributed to various chapters in texts on laser  & pediatric dentistry: Dental Clinics of NA,  Principles and Practice of Laser dentistry (Editions 1,2,3),  US dentistry 2006,  Lasers in Endodontics.  NY TopDOCS: Top Dentist 2021,2022.  Today's Dentistry Recognition 2001,2022 Leader in EducationPodcast host: Katie Oshita, RN, BSN, IBCLC has over 22 years of experience working in Maternal-Infant Medicine. Katie is a telehealth lactation consultant believing that clients anywhere in the world deserve the best care possible for their needs. Being an expert on TOTs, Katie helps families everywhere navigate breastfeeding struggles, especially tongue tie and gut/allergy related issues. Email katie@cuddlesandmilk.com or www.cuddlesandmilk.com

HDO. Hablando de oídas de jazz e improvisación
“Take The A-Train” [Dave Brubeck Trio Live From Vienna 1967 (Brubeck Editions, 2022)] Por Pachi Tapiz. #514

HDO. Hablando de oídas de jazz e improvisación

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 4:24


"Take the A-Train" Dave Brubeck Trio Live From Vienna 1967 (Brubeck Editions, 2022) Dave Brubeck, Eugene Wright, Joe Morello. JazzX5 es un minipodcast de HDO de la Factoría Tomajazz presentado, editado y producido por Pachi Tapiz.

AA Recovery Interviews
Gary G. – Sober 39 Years

AA Recovery Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 62:27


Gary grew up in a family in which his father was a well-known band leader and his mother was literally the singer in the band. But, the chaotic lifestyle and his mother's alcoholism were a constant source of conflict between his parents. High school at a military academy provided some respite from the discord at home, but alcohol still found its way into Gary's life. By the time he was in college, Gary's attraction to drinking was matched only by the business acumen he'd acquired from his father. Managing his own successful pop band while booking others, success in his end of the music industry accelerated. But so did his alcohol use. Brief stints of sobriety were cobbled together by sheer will power, but he still couldn't stop. By the time his ability to function under the influence began to wane, the realization that he was an alcoholic who needed help struck him hard. Fortunately, Gary's interlude of clarity occurred when he ran into a friend he'd not seen in a long time who told Gary of his sobriety through AA. The seed planted, Gary procrastinated calling his friend, but eventually connected with him and went to his first meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous. Gary's tale is one of complete commitment to AA and the constant recognition of its primary importance in his life. Events and circumstances which challenge even the most committed AAs have been taken in stride and Gary credits continuous practice of the Program basics for his ability to weather difficult times. The gifts of sobriety appear with regularity in Gary's life and his ability to share that with others makes him a valued friend to many and an esteemed member of his AA community. I think you'll dig Gary's easy-going manner and his revealing story of contented sobriety. So please enjoy the next 60 minutes of AA Recovery Interviews with my friend and AA brother Gary G. Check out Howard's Big Book Podcast, the complete unabridged audio version of the First and Second Editions of Alcoholics Anonymous. The Big Book Podcast is an engaging cover-to-cover, word-for-word reading of all 11 chapters and Personal Stories, many of which were left out of the Third and Fourth Editions. Follow us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Or listen on https://bigbookpodcast.com If you've enjoyed my AA Recovery Interviews series and my Big Book podcast, have a listen to Lost Stories of the Big Book, 30 Original Stories Missing from the 3rd and 4th Editions of Alcoholics Anonymous. It's an engaging audiobook I narrated to bring these stories to life for AA members who've never seen them. These timeless testamonials were originally cut to make room for newer stories in the 3rd and 4th Editions. But their vitally important messages of hope are as meaningful today as when they were first published. Many listeners will hear these stories for the first time. Lost Stories of the Big Book is available on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes. It's also available as a Kindle book if you'd like to read along with the audio. [Disclaimer: AA Recovery Interviews podcast strictly adheres to AA's 12 Traditions and all General Service Office guidelines for safe-guarding anonymity on-line. I pay all podcast production costs and no one receives financial gain from the show. AA Recovery Interviews and my guests do not speak for or represent AA at-large. This podcast is simply my way of giving back to AA that which has been so freely given to me. -Howard L.]

The CyberWire
A conversation with members of Baltimore FBI: Special Agent in Charge, Tom Sobocinski, and Supervisory Special Agent for Cyber, Tom Breeden. [Special Editions]

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 20:05 Very Popular


In this extended interview, CyberWire Daily Podcast host Dave Bittner sits down with members of the FBI's Baltimore field office: Special Agent in Charge, Tom Sobocinski, and Supervisory Special Agent for Cyber, Tom Breeden. As part of the FBI's cybersecurity awareness campaign, they discuss what the FBI can do to enhance and amplify cyber efforts in ways unlike any other public or private organization. This interview from August 30, 2022 originally aired as a shortened version on the CyberWire Daily Podcast.

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'
Les iyashikei manga, l'éloge du bien-être ? La 5e de Couv' – #5DC – Saison 8 Episode 1

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 66:54


Enfin la 5e de Couv’ retrouve les chemins de la rentrée ! Après une dernière petite récréation, cette fois, le podcast entame sa huitième saison ! Quelle émotion ! Mais justement, on va y aller... L'article Les iyashikei manga, l’éloge du bien-être ? La 5e de Couv’ – #5DC – Saison 8 Episode 1 est apparu en premier sur La 5e de Couv' - Le podcast de débat autour du manga !.

Rogue Opinions
Podding Ain't Easy: Herogasm Editions

Rogue Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 108:01


Scott and Carl take a look at the last 3 episodes of The Boys season 3 and discuss some possibilities for season 4

Splash
Les paris en ligne vont-ils ruiner notre jeunesse ?

Splash

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 20:52


Pour cette nouvelle saison de Splash, Emmanuel jette un pavé dans la marre de l'économie, mais accompagné d'une team de journalistes éco, qui l'accompagneront toute l'année sur des sujets toujours aussi épineux. Dans ce nouvel épisode de Splash, Cathy Dogon plonge pour nous dans l'univers des paris sportifs. Avec la Coupe du Monde 2022 qui arrive à grands pas, elle s'intéresse au secteur florissant des applications de paris sportifs. Pour l'Euro 2021 déjà, les mises sur les paris sportifs en ligne ont atteint un niveau record : 7,89 milliards d'euros… de quoi ruiner un grand nombre de joueurs et surtout la jeunesse la défavorisée. Cathy s'est entretenue avec le sociologue Thomas Amadieu, professeur en stratégie et marketing à l'ESSCA School of Management, auteur de La Fabrique de l'addiction aux jeux d'argent et avec Sophie Massin, professeure en sciences économiques à l'université de Lille. Quel est le profil type d'un joueur ? Pourquoi les jeunes issus de milieux défavorisés, majoritairement racisés, sont-ils ciblés par les opérateurs de jeu ? Comment l'industrie du jeu modernise son marketing et ses pratiques ? Et comment devraient-elles être encadrées ? Des questions auxquelles tentent de répondre Cathy, Emmanuel et ses invité·es.Sources utilisées pour l'épisode : Thomas Amadieu, La Fabrique de l'addiction aux jeux d'argent, Editions le Bord de l'Eau, 2021. Sophie Massin, Mémoire d'habilitation à diriger des recherches (HDR) : « Economie des addictions et attitude face au risque en santé », 2021.Sophie Massin, Gambling nations: a study of the structural and cyclical macro determinants of gambling expenditure, à paraître.Autorité nationale des jeux, Rapport d'activité, 2021.Les problèmes liés aux jeux d'argent en France, en 2019, Résultats du Baromètre de Santé publique France.Observatoire français des drogues et des toxicomanies (OFDT), enquête Escapad, 2019.Splash est un podcast produit par Nouvelles Écoutes Écrit et animé par Cathy Dogon en compagnie d'Emmanuel Martin Chargée de production : Mathilde Joninavec l'aide de Xavier KamakyDirectrice Des productions : Marion GourdonVous pouvez consulter notre politique de confidentialité sur https://art19.com/privacy ainsi que la notice de confidentialité de la Californie sur https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Les Cours du Collège de France
LES COURS DU COLLEGE DE FRANCE du vendredi 09 septembre 2022

Les Cours du Collège de France

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 58:45


durée : 00:58:45 - Les Cours du Collège de France - Qu'est-ce qu'un canon et que pouvons-nous apprendre du moment de son officialisation? William Marx analyse de quelle façon un texte canonique, Shakespeare dans le monde anglophone, La Fontaine ou Molière en France, peut être précisément celui qui va permettre une communication entre les générations. Normalien, agrégé de lettres classiques William Marx est titulaire de la chaire de "Littératures comparées". Nous voici au terme de son enquête autour des bibliothèques invisibles, où bibliothèques matérielles et mentales sont étroitement liées.Le cours précédent s'est achevé sur "L'exclusion d'Ovide des collections des bibliothèques publiques, qui, au moins sous la fin du règne d'Auguste et sous Tibère, définit un espace exemplaire, où même ce qui reste en dehors de la bibliothèque, l'ouvre d'Ovide, sert d'exemple frappant pour tout un chacun", avait souligné William Marx. "L'en-dehors de la bibliothèque, poursuit le philologue, c'est le territoire du malheur, dévolu à la voix malheureuse du poète,  et cet en-dehors n'est pas moins signifiant que l'en-dedans. On pourrait nommer cet en-dehors de la bibliothèque la bibliothèque invisible des exclus, et l'existence de cette bibliothèque invisible est peut-être la vraie raison, fondamentale, de l'existence de bibliothèques matérielles : l'en-dedans sert à définir un en-dehors."Il analyse aujourd'hui comment la canonisation, le canon, peut être "justement ce qui permet de passer par-dessus l'épreuve de la mort et de l'oubli, qui l'accompagne irrémédiablement."En juin 2020, Lorraine Rossignol, s'est demandée pour le magazine Télérama, si La bibliothèque idéale existait. "Avec la question de la sélection, note-t-elle, se pose celle de la formation des esprits". "Quelles cohortes de livres ignorés, proscrits, jugés trop fantaisistes, trop transgressifs, ou trop 'mauvais_', au regard de certains critères d'appréciation circonstanciés, ont ainsi échappé aux radars de l'Histoire??_ » demande la journaliste. Elle note que William Marx "reste inconsolable de l'engloutissement de ces bibliothèques invisibles". Lorraine Rossignol explique que le philologue "se demande à quoi pouvaient bien ressembler les centaines de tragédies grecques qui, aux temps de l'Empire romain, furent ainsi écartées des canons officiels?: sur quatre-vingt-dix pièces d'Eschyle, sept seulement nous sont parvenues. Sur quatre-vingts d'Euripide, dix-huit. Sur cent vingt de Sophocle, sept?! Une hécatombe." Et William Marx de souligner :"Et cela en partie à cause de ce besoin d'établir un 'ordre idéal' des livres. Il s'agit sûrement d'un mal nécessaire?: il faut bien que des ouvres fassent patrimoine commun, pour la cohésion de nos sociétés. Mais mon travail de chercheur consiste à le détruire. Parce qu'il engage les générations futures. Comment savoir ce qui aurait pu leur être utile???"La contradiction de la canonisationQuelle est la faute originelle de la canonisation et la contradiction où elle se tord ? demande William Marx. Son analyse autour du canon et de l'oubli s'appuie, en ouverture de cours, sur "une lecture d'un passage du livre de Néhémie, au chapitre 8,  rapportant la lecture du livre de la Loi de Moïse par Esdras à la porte  des Eaux, à Jérusalem, en 458 ou 398 avant notre ère". "Nous pouvons nous  intéresser de plus près, souligne William Marx, à un moment qui souvent est passé sous silence  dans les traditions religieuses : le moment de la canonisation, le  moment d'inauguration et d'officialisation d'un canon."Nous gagnons le Collège de France, le 13 avril 2021 pour le cours de William Marx, aujourd'hui "Le canon et l'oubli".Pour prolonger La leçon inaugurale de William Marx, initulée « Vivre dans la  bibliothèque du monde » est publiée chez Fayard et sa première série de  cours à fait l'objet en 2021 d'un bel essai, intitulé « Des Etoiles  nouvelles. Quand la littérature découvre le monde », aux Editions de Minuit.Références du générique de fin : Reprise de Claude Debussy, "Prélude à l'après-midi d'un f

Wandering DMs
What’s Up With One D&D | Threat or Menace? | Wandering DMs S04 E33

Wandering DMs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:03


Paul & Dan assess the information so far on the next edition of D&D after 5E. In August 2022, Wizards announced that the next phase of major changes for Dungeons & Dragons would occur under the One D&D initiative which includes a public playtest of the next version of Dungeons & Dragons. Revised editions of the Player's Handbook, Monster Manual, and Dungeon Master's Guide are scheduled to be released in 2024. The first public playtest, Unearthed Arcana: Character Origins, was released on D&D Beyond on August 18. Samantha Nelson, for Polygon, commented that public playtest material should not be "considered final". Nelson wrote that spells are now grouped by "arcane, divine, or primal" power sources – terms that were previously used in 4th edition's magic system. Xavier Johnson, for Dot eSports, and Christian Hoffer, for Comicbook.com, both highlighted that this playtest release updates the critical roll mechanic to an automatic success or failure if a roll is natural 20 or 1, respectively.Hoffer wrote that the "backwards compatible" One D&D release proposes "significant changes to backgrounds and races, two of the core building blocks when creating player characters. The rules also introduce several new backgrounds, new tiefling variants, and a brand new race […]. Most notably, the proposed rules shift Ability Score Increases from being a racial trait to a Background trait". What do you think of these proposed ideas for the edition of D&D to come after 5E? Would you be more or less likely to play the game? And do they threaten to erase old-school play, or support it? See the new website & video for One D&D hereRead Dan's comparison with the 5E announcement here Wandering DMs Paul Siegel and Dan “Delta” Collins host thoughtful discussions on D&D and other TTRPGs every week. Comparing the pros and cons of every edition from the 1974 Original D&D little brown books to cutting-edge releases for 5E D&D today, we broadcast live on YouTube and Twitch so we can take viewer questions and comments on the topic of the day. Live every Sunday at 1 PM Eastern time. This description uses material from the Wikipedia article "Editions of Dungeons & Dragons", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

Just The Discs Podcast
Episode 279 - Fun City Editions, Canadian International Pictures & AGFA

Just The Discs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 37:10 Very Popular


In this episode, Brian talks about a trio of titles - first the COCA-COLA KID from Fun City Editions, then BUSTER KEATON RIDES AGAIN and HELICOPTER CANADA from Canadian International Pictures and Lastly a lovely collection of Doris Wishman films from AGFA. Check out these and other Vinegar Syndrome Partner Labels here: https://vinegarsyndrome.com/collections/frontpage-partner-labels This week's episode is also brought to you by the fine folks at DiabolikDVD - a great place to buy your discs from! https://www.diabolikdvd.com/ Just the Discs Now has a YouTube Channel! Check it out here and subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCffVK8TcUyjCpr0F9SpV53g Follow the Show on Twitter here for Episode previews and new Blu-ray News! twitter.com/justthediscspod We're also on Instagram! instagram.com/justthediscspod/

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'
Club #5DC – Episode 03 – La 5e de Couv'

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 58:32


Pour commencer sa rentrée en douceur, la 5e de Couv’ vous propose un nouvel épisode de sa formule qui ne se prend pas trop au sérieux : le club #5DC ! Un mini-club de rentrée... L'article Club #5DC – Episode 03 – La 5e de Couv' est apparu en premier sur La 5e de Couv' - Le podcast de débat autour du manga !.

Gamereactor TV - Norge
GRTV News - Sony won't replace damaged Firefly Editions of The Last of Us: Part I

Gamereactor TV - Norge

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 4:08


Gamereactor TV - Inglês
GRTV News - Sony won't replace damaged Firefly Editions of The Last of Us: Part I

Gamereactor TV - Inglês

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 4:08


Gamereactor TV - Español
GRTV News - Sony won't replace damaged Firefly Editions of The Last of Us: Part I

Gamereactor TV - Español

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 4:08


Gamereactor TV - English
GRTV News - Sony won't replace damaged Firefly Editions of The Last of Us: Part I

Gamereactor TV - English

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 4:08


Gamereactor TV - Italiano
GRTV News - Sony won't replace damaged Firefly Editions of The Last of Us: Part I

Gamereactor TV - Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 4:08


The Xbox Wrap Up
Ep. 32 No Good News for Xbox or Playstation fans

The Xbox Wrap Up

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 111:31


This week we have some bummers coming from 343i as well as Naughty Dog as fans are disappointed with the state of updates for Halo and the Collector's Editions showing up damage for The Last of Us Part 1. Some good deals this week and we find out that The Calisto Protocol may have zombies both in the game and out with their work culture.

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere
Le grand voyage de Magellan, entre réel et imaginaire - Les "Grandes découvertes", une invention du XIXe siècle (4/5)

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 30:42


Christophe Colomb, Vasco de Gama, Fernand de Magellan… Les navigateurs-explorateurs des XVe et XVIe siècles font encore bien souvent rêver, car ils sont associés aux récits d'aventures, de découvertes, et sont généralement présentés comme des personnages centraux d'épopées héroïques. L'une des explications de cette fascination est à chercher dans la notion même de "grande découverte", une expression née au XIXe siècle, révélatrice d'une certaine idée de l'Europe. Laurent Huguenin-Elie s'entretient avec Romain Bertrand, directeur de recherche au CERI, spécialiste de l'histoire connectée, de l'Indonésie moderne et contemporaine. Il a consacré de nombreux travaux à la question des dominations coloniales européennes en Asie du Sud-Est. Il est l'auteur de "L'exploration du monde - Une autre histoire des Grandes Découvertes" (Editions du Seuil). Illustration: détail de la carte de Martin Waldseemüller, réalisée en 1507, où apparaît pour la première fois le mot "America".

Les Cours du Collège de France
LES COURS DU COLLEGE DE FRANCE du jeudi 01 septembre 2022

Les Cours du Collège de France

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 58:45


durée : 00:58:45 - Les Cours du Collège de France - Quels sont les "rêves humanistes de bibliothèques parfaites", qui parcourent les siècles ? demande l'écrivain-philologue William Marx. Quels sont les paradoxes de la bibliothèque de Babel imaginée par l'écrivain argentin Borges ? Pourquoi cette bibliothèque monstrueuse devient-elle un cauchemar ? De quelle façon la bibliothèque créée par Aby Warburg reconstitue-t-elle la totalité de l'expérience mentale et comment la forme en ellipse de sa salle de lecture rappelle-t-elle à la fois la boîte crânienne et la dimension cosmique de cette belle institution européenne?William Marx, titulaire de la chaire de "Littératures comparées" poursuit son exploration des "bibliothèques invisibles", bibliothèques mentales et pas seulement virtuelles, qui peuvent avoir des liens avec les bibliothèques matérielles.Dans le cours précédent, nous avons découvert le merveilleux Atlas Mnémosyne, du nom de la déesse grecque de la mémoire, élaboré par le grand chercheur historien de l'art Aby Warburg. William Marx nous a expliqué que "L'Atlas Mnémosyne est une carte mentale, et que c'est à ce titre qu'il intéresse depuis de nombreuses années non seulement les historiens de l'art, mais aussi les artistes et les écrivains. C'est une bibliothèque d'images organisée selon les réseaux de la mémoire. L'actuelle Warburg Institute Iconographic Database en est la prolongation numérique. Et il en va de même ou presque pour les 60 000 volumes de la bibliothèque d'Aby Warburg. Énorme bibliothèque, car il utilisa pour la constituer les fonds de l'héritage familial"."Il a pu ainsi fonder, rappelle William Marx, à Hambourg, dans les années 1910, un premier institut destiné à accueillir sa bibliothèque et à l'ouvrir aux chercheurs. Quand les nazis prirent le pouvoir, la bibliothèque fut envoyée à Londres, et l'institut y fut transféré, puis incorporé à l'université de Londres. Il y existe toujours, comme un centre de référence inégalé en histoire de l'art de la Renaissance et de la tradition classique. Le catalogue de la bibliothèque constitue une thèse à lui seul, une vision du savoir."L'analyse des "utopies bibliothécaires", comme William Marx les appelle, l'a conduit à nous présenter "celle de François Grudé La Croix du Maine, qui, en 1524, dans sa Bibliothèque française, a proposé au roi Henri III l'utopie d'une bibliothèque que l'on décrirait aujourd'hui comme panoptique." C'est cette prétention à la totalité, de savants bibliothécaires, qui doivent aussi négocier avec les puissants et les désastres des temps, qu'explore William Marx aujourd'hui. Et nous verrons que le rêve de fusion entre le cosmos et l'esprit n'est jamais loin...Nous gagnons le Collège de France, le 9 février 2021 pour le cours de William Marx, aujourd'hui "Le rêve de la bibliothèque parfaite".Pour prolonger La leçon inaugurale de William Marx, initulée « Vivre dans la  bibliothèque du monde » est publiée chez Fayard et sa première série de  cours à fait l'objet en 2021 d'un bel essai, intitulé « Des Etoiles  nouvelles. Quand la littérature découvre le monde », aux Editions de Minuit. Aby Warburg, l'Atlas Mnémosyne. Avec une présentation de Roland Recht, L'Ecarquillé (poche, 2019). Une version grand format va être ré-imprimée... Stephan Waldhoff, "Leibniz bibliothécaire", La Revue de la BNU, 10 | 2014, 22-31                 The Library of Babel by Érik Desmazières, "feuilleton" par l'artiste-designer John Coulthart. 11 estampes d'E. Desmazières, Bnf "La bibliothèque de Babel  de Borges est une bibliothèque qui contient tous les textes possibles et imaginables. Il s'inspire de La bibliothèque universelle de l'écrivain, philosophe et mathématicien, Kurd Lasswitz (1904).

AA Recovery Interviews
Amy B. – Sober 3 Years

AA Recovery Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 63:46


Amy's fascinating story is one of early exposure to her father's alcoholism and her mother's active involvement in Al-Anon. But her parents also divorced when she was very young and she and her sister were shuttled back-and-forth to fulfill the terms of joint custody. Like many adolescents of divorced parents, Amy sought relief and release through the alcohol and marijuana she started using in 8th grade. The habitual use of alcohol carried her through a wild and colorful journey until she briefly tried AA in her early 20's to ease her growing troubles. Unfortunately, she saw only the differences and few similarities in the infrequent meetings she attended. Deciding she could handle it herself, she spent the next couple of decades up and down in her addictions while raising four children and dealing with her husband's escalating alcoholism. By the time she hit the doors of Alcoholics Anonymous, Amy's life had been turned upside-down. A lengthy and difficult divorce in the early days of her AA membership nearly took her out. Had it not been for the AA women who surrounded her with tough love and constant support, Amy likely would not have made it. She immersed herself in the steps and service work sufficient to gird her against the continuing allure of her previously glamorous, yet alcoholic, life style. Listening to Amy's story it's clear she is a woman who takes her sobriety and spirituality seriously. She imparts her hard-won wisdom to other women who reach out for help and can be seen at meetings making sure everyone feels welcome.   Amy was quick to agree to my invitation to share her story, which we recorded directly after a meeting we both attend. Because she chaired that meeting, her demonstration of service to her group service was top-of-mind and a great starting point for the interview. Please enjoy listening to this episode of AA Recovery Interviews as you soak up the words of active recovery gleaned from my friend and AA sister, Amy B.   Check out Howard's Big Book Podcast, the complete unabridged audio version of the First and Second Editions of Alcoholics Anonymous. The Big Book Podcast is an engaging cover-to-cover, word-for-word reading of all 11 chapters and Personal Stories, many of which were left out of the Third and Fourth Editions. Follow us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Or listen on https://bigbookpodcast.com If you've enjoyed my AA Recovery Interviews series and my Big Book podcast, have a listen to Lost Stories of the Big Book, 30 Original Stories Missing from the 3rd and 4th Editions of Alcoholics Anonymous. It's an engaging audiobook I narrated to bring these stories to life for AA members who've never seen them. These timeless testamonials were originally cut to make room for newer stories in the 3rd and 4th Editions. But their vitally important messages of hope are as meaningful today as when they were first published. Many listeners will hear these stories for the first time. Lost Stories of the Big Book is available on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes. It's also available as a Kindle book if you'd like to read along with the audio. [Disclaimer: AA Recovery Interviews podcast strictly adheres to AA's 12 Traditions and all General Service Office guidelines for safe-guarding anonymity on-line. I pay all podcast production costs and no one receives financial gain from the show. AA Recovery Interviews and my guests do not speak for or represent AA at-large. This podcast is simply my way of giving back to AA that which has been so freely given to me. -Howard L.]

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere
Le grand voyage de Magellan, entre réel et imaginaire - De l'autre côté du miroir (3/5)

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 30:03


L'histoire de l'expédition de Magellan a souvent été narrée comme un récit d'aventures héroïques et de découvertes, une rencontre de l'Europe avec d'autres mondes. Et si, 500 ans après ce périple autour du globe, nous passions de l'autre côté du miroir pour tenter de voir ce que les mondes frôlés par les membres de l'expédition de Magellan ont, eux, observé. Retourner la longue-vue et comprendre par exemple qu'Enrique, esclave malais de Magellan parfois encore considéré comme un traître en Occident, est un héros en Asie. Laurent Huguenin-Elie s'entretient avec Romain Bertrand, directeur de recherche au CERI, spécialiste de l'histoire connectée, de l'Indonésie moderne et contemporaine et qui a consacré de nombreux travaux à la question des dominations coloniales européennes en Asie du sud-est. Il est l'auteur de "L'exploration du monde - Une autre histoire des Grandes Découvertes" (Editions du Seuil). Illustration: Henrique de Malacca, ou Enrique (né vers 1495), est l'esclave et l'interprète de Magellan, qui l'achète en 1511 à Malacca (actuelle Malaisie). Ils embarquent en 1519 à bord de la Trinidad pour ce qui sera le premier tour du monde. Après la mort de Magellan durant ce périple, le nouveau commandant, Duarte Barbosa, refuse de lui accorder la liberté promise par son prédécesseur.

X is for Podcast: An Uncanny X-Men Experience
Upcoming X-Men Omnibus Editions, Strange #5, X-Men #13 & X-Force #30

X is for Podcast: An Uncanny X-Men Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 98:11


The X-Pack is back with all new coverage! First off, kick things off with Nico as he takes a look at the upcoming slate of X-Men omnibus editions in the latest in the annual look at the oversized line (0:00:00)! Then, join (most of) The Midnight Mission as they examine their favorite issue of Strange yet (0:27:15) before checking out VerX, where the team takes a look at two X-Titles, this time X-Men and X-Force, and see how they come together to help shape, or distract, from the X-Line (0:49:30)! Strap back in for an all new X Is For Podcast – we hope you survive the experience!

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'
Déambulation à Japan Expo 2022 : part 4 – La 5e de Couv' – #5DC

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 42:09


Voici notre dernière déambulation à Japan Expo 2022 ! Tout comme les vacances, notre série de l'été touche à sa fin ! Cette fois, on retrouve Maxime, accompagné de Julie et de Robin. Êtes-vous prêts pour un ultime... L'article Déambulation à Japan Expo 2022 : part 4 – La 5e de Couv' – #5DC est apparu en premier sur La 5e de Couv' - Le podcast de débat autour du manga !.

New Books in Law
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books in Food
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Food

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/food

New Books Network
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Medicine
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine

New Books in Public Policy
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Public Policy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

New Books in Economics
Mélissa Mialon, "Big Food & Co" (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021)

New Books in Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 51:39


In the 1960s and 1970s, the exposure of Big Tobacco's aggressive lobbying and internal efforts to obscure science showcasing the harmful effects of smoking changed U.S. public opinion of the industry and of product safety protocols, both of which had largely obscured these harms from public view for decades. Public awareness grew, triggering regulation on disclosure related to political influencing strategies, marketing tactics, and transparency regarding the devastating toll of tobacco products on many communities, including and especially children. As similar approaches to assessing the public health impacts of Big Oil and Big Pharma, among other industries, have gained traction in recent decades, Dr. Mélissa Mialon's new book, Big Food & Co (Thierry Souccar Editions, 2021), adds the amalgamation of multinationals and transnational supply chains that make up Big Food, to that list. Rising health inequities across race, class, and geography are subtle, yet central themes throughout Dr. Mialon's meticulous accounting of a complex puzzle in which the marketing and distribution strategies of soft drink companies and ultra-processed food manufacturers are quietly but steadily ushering in a new globalized era of related public health crises – measured by increasing rates of of diabetes, cancers, and heart disease, etc– a crisis that has long been felt in the United States. Whether branding t-shirts and games at summer camps in France for underprivileged children or blanketing entire streets in Mauritius with the unmistakable bright red and white flag of Coca-Cola, Dr. Mialon describes a taxonomy of commercial determinants of health common to nearly every example – whether multinational food companies' policy advocacy in Colombia, public-private partnerships in Brazil, or culturally responsive branding for holidays in Southern Africa. Between academic research and investigative journalism, the survey of trends in Big Food's operation, marketing, and regulatory capture, offered throughout the book are additionally grounds for laying out a policy roadmap with public health indicators at the center of a wide range of potential reforms including campaign finance and heightened disclosure protocols for public-private partnerships to mitigating conflicts of interest in scientific studies related to food, agriculture, and health, among many others. Dr. Mélissa Mialon is Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland. She is a food engineer with a PhD in nutrition and co-coordinates the « Governance, Ethics and Conflicts of Interest in Public Health » (GECI-PH) network, based out of the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. Her research focuses on commercial determinants of health, and particularly on the practices used by corporations to influence public health policy, research and practice. Anna Levy researches and teaches on emergency, crisis, and development practice & politics at Fordham & New York Universities. She is the founder and principal of Jafsadi.works, a research collective focused on advancing structural and participatory accountability in non-profit, movement, multilateral, city, and policy strategies. You can follow her @politicoyuntura. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/economics

Welcome to Primetime!
76 - Fun City Editions (Patreon Archive Episode)

Welcome to Primetime!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 16:54


Welcome to a previously recorded episode! This was a Patron-exclusive episode that aired several months ago. Since I took the Patreon down, I have a whole bunch of episodes that were previously unreleased in any capacity besides Patreon. So if you're wondering why the music and show title are different, that's why. In the first episode of WTP 2, we take a look at the boutique home video label, Fun City Editions, and the eclectic mix of films they have released thus far! Check them out at vinegarsyndrome.com Follow us on Instagram @welcometoprimetimepodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/welcometoprimetime/support

AA Recovery Interviews
Corby M. – Sober 2 Years

AA Recovery Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 67:19


Corby first entered AA in 2017, only to be sidetracked by a relapse in 2020. Fortunately, he survived that slip and was able to claim a new sobriety date two years ago. Corby's relapse story is one that's grown more common these days, as the prescribed use of opioids for legitimate pain turns into misuse and then addiction. In Corby's case, intense back pain and the ensuing abuse of pain-killers lead him back to alcohol despite all he'd been doing in AA. By the time he made it back to the Fellowship after inpatient treatment, he had been whipsawed by the voracity of the disease. Clawing his way back into the middle of the Program, he redoubled his commitment to stay sober and established new lines of accountability to his sponsor and those he was closest to AA. With a renewed spirit of service to AA, he became more active than ever in his Club and offered both newcomers and those who'd relapsed his hard-won experience and growing wisdom. I'm grateful to have the opportunity to see Corby in a few meetings each week and observe first-hand the very real change that has come to him as the result of earnestly working the Program of Alcoholics Anonymous. His involvement in the Fellowship extends well-beyond the conclusion of each meeting. I often see him sticking around to chat with newcomers and old-timers alike, with his affable manner that everyone loves. Corby's story will resonate with anyone who has turned to alcohol for respite from doubt, uncertainty, and fear. That he survived his disease's attempt to permanently take him out of pain and misery is strong evidence for the efficacy of the AA Program. That he now lives each day to stay sober and help others demonstrates the transformation that can occur as the result of doing the hard work the Program requires. I believe you'll find Corby's story to be both engaging and informative. His is a message that we alcoholics need to hear over and over again. So settle in for the next 65 minutes of this episode of AA Recovery Interviews with my friend and AA brother, Corby M. Check out Howard's Big Book Podcast, the complete unabridged audio version of the First and Second Editions of Alcoholics Anonymous. The Big Book Podcast is an engaging cover-to-cover, word-for-word reading of all 11 chapters and Personal Stories, many of which were left out of the Third and Fourth Editions. Follow us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Or listen on https://bigbookpodcast.com If you've enjoyed my AA Recovery Interviews series and my Big Book podcast, have a listen to Lost Stories of the Big Book, 30 Original Stories Missing from the 3rd and 4th Editions of Alcoholics Anonymous. It's an engaging audiobook I narrated to bring these stories to life for AA members who've never seen them. These timeless testamonials were originally cut to make room for newer stories in the 3rd and 4th Editions. But their vitally important messages of hope are as meaningful today as when they were first published. Many listeners will hear these stories for the first time. Lost Stories of the Big Book is available on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes. It's also available as a Kindle book if you'd like to read along with the audio. [Disclaimer: AA Recovery Interviews podcast strictly adheres to AA's 12 Traditions and all General Service Office guidelines for safe-guarding anonymity on-line. I pay all podcast production costs and no one receives financial gain from the show. AA Recovery Interviews and my guests do not speak for or represent AA at-large. This podcast is simply my way of giving back to AA that which has been so freely given to me. -Howard L.]

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'
Déambulation à Japan Expo 2022 : part 3 – La 5e de Couv' – #5DC

Manga Tv - Podcast - La 5e de couv'

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 39:57


Japan Expo 2022, c’est là que nous avons tourné ce nouvel épisode de notre petite série de déambulation de l'été ! Ces émissions ont toutes été enregistrées dans les allées, à la redécouverte du plus... L'article Déambulation à Japan Expo 2022 : part 3 – La 5e de Couv' – #5DC est apparu en premier sur La 5e de Couv' - Le podcast de débat autour du manga !.

Autoblog Podcasts
New GMC Canyon, Ford Bronco Heritage Editions and Nissan Z | Autoblog Podcast #743

Autoblog Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 69:49 Very Popular


Plus Mercedes EQS, VW Atlas and sleeping in cars

The Convergence - An Army Mad Scientist Podcast
63. Gaming the System: How Wargames Shape Our Future

The Convergence - An Army Mad Scientist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 48:24


Army Mad Scientist interviewed the following world-class SMEs to explore how wargaming can enhance traditional training and education methods to help build better Leaders: Ian Sullivan serves as the Senior Advisor for Analysis and ISR to the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2, at the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC G-2). This is a Tier One Defense Intelligence Senior Level (DISL) position. He is responsible for the analysis that defines and the narrative that explains the Army’s Operational Environment, which supports integration across doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities, and policy. Mr. Sullivan is a career civilian intelligence officer who has served with the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI); Headquarters, U.S. Army Europe and Seventh Army, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2 (USAREUR G-2); and as an Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) cadre member at the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC). Prior to assuming his position at the TRADOC G-2, Mr. Sullivan led a joint NCTC Directorate of Intelligence/Central Intelligence Agency Counterterrorism Mission Center unit responsible for Weapons of Mass Destruction terrorism issues, where he provided direct intelligence support to the White House, senior policymakers, Congress, and other senior customers throughout the Government. He was promoted into the Senior Executive ranks in June 2013 as a member of the ODNI’s Senior National Intelligence Service, and transferred to the Army as a DISL employee in January 2017. Mr. Sullivan is also a frequent and valued contributor to the Mad Scientist Laboratory. Mitchell Land has spent time in both the Navy and the Army National Guard, and has a life-long love affair with gaming war. He is the designer of GMT’s Next War games. The series currently consists of five games (two of which are 2nd Editions) and three supplements, with more on the way. In addition, Mr. Land was the developer for GMT’s Silver Bayonet: The First Team in Vietnam (25th Anniversary Edition) and Caesar: Rome vs Gaul. When not playing or working on games, you can find him cycling — most often on the Katy Trail. LTC Peter Soendergaard is an Infantry officer in the Royal Danish Army. He has served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. For the last ten years, he has worked in various force development positions, from the Danish Army’s Maneuver Center of Excellence to the Army Staff. For the past four years, LTC Soendergaard has served as the Danish Army’s liaison officer to U.S. Army TRADOC. He is currently serving in the strategic development section of the Danish Defense Command. Jennifer McArdle is the Head of Research at Improbable U.S. Defense & National Security, a commercial start-up that is bringing innovative distributed simulation technology to defense. She also serves as an Adjunct Senior Fellow in the Center for a New American Security’s defense program and wargaming lab and as a Non-Resident Fellow at the Joint Special Operations University. A former professor, Ms. McArdle has

Barley & Me
Leonard Malting Reviews! Girl Beer (Documentary, 2022) w/ Director Marena Domingo

Barley & Me

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 97:03


In this episode of Barley & Me Presents: Leonard Malting, host Ben Rice and half he crew (Paulina Olivares of Drake's Brewing and president of the Sacramento Pink Boots Society and NOT Corky McDonnell of the Dare Daniel Podcast) discuss and review the new beer documentary, Girl Beer, with surprise guest, directorMarena Domingo. This episode was recorded at Drake's The Barn in Sacramento immediately after a showing of the film and a women in beer roundtable (which was also recorded, with permission, for this episode!)We discuss Paulina's years-long efforts to help Marena make this documentary a reality and get it viewed in Sacramento (even longer than Leonard Malting has been a thing!), what "girl beer" is/isn't, and the differences in treatment of male vs female taproom/brewery staff by customers. Plus! The endless doubt of knowledge, expertise, and experience of female-identifying workers, adorable skunks, and responsible kid ownership. All this and so much more, on this episode of Barley & Me Presents: Leonard Malting.If you have a beer-centric or heavily-beer-involved movie recommendation, let us know and maybe we'll do this again!Find out more about Girl Beer @girlbeerdocFind out more about PBS Sacramento at @pinkbootssacramento on InstagramCheck out Corky's bad movie podcast on social media @daredanielpod, or listen wherever you get your podcasts.Barley & Me can be found across social media @barleyandmepod. Be sure to follow us for more info on future Barley & Me Presents! Editions, as we try to tackle music, movies, sports, and more! Email questions/comments/concerns/Dream Teams to barleyandmepodcast@gmail.com