Maureen Flynn talks about the upcoming 30th International Week of Prayer and Fasting. David Naglieri, director and producer of Mother Teresa: No Greater Love shares news of the film and it's upcoming showing!
On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: Hurricane Ian that lashed Cuba with heavy rain and wind is now targeting Florida's Gulf coast. In the Rose Garden today, President Joe Biden addressed the approaching storm and issued a warning. He also said his administration is on alert and in action to help the people of Florida. Meanwhile, since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade several months ago, reaction has been vocal and in some cases violent. Representatives Chris Smith and Cathy McMorris Rodgers have introduced the Protect Pregnancy Care Centers Act. And a Vatican group is hosting a conference about the ethics of engineering life. Professor Emeritus at Duquesne University, Henk Ten Have, joins to tell us more about this conference. The 30th annual International Week of Prayer and Fasting starts this Saturday. Catholic journalist and cofounder of the International Week of Prayer and Fasting, Maureen Flynn, joins to explain how and why this initiative began. Finally this evening, the feast of the Holy Archangels is on Thursday and one Catholic journalist suggests the faithful should spend part of the day in a movie theater, as Thursday is the one day to view a film on the big screen about Saint Michael the Archangel. The movie's US producer and former war correspondent with NBC News, Oscar Delgado, joins to share how he became involved in this documentary. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn
[This show is produced in Somali only; English caption of the show context is down below] Todobaadkan #TubtaNabadda, waxaan kaga hadlaynaa caqabadaha ay wajahayaan dadka dhagoolada ah. Qaybta hore ee barnaamijka, Maxamed Cabdul Jaamac, Gudoomiyaha Hay'adda Naafada Qaranka, ayaa ka hadlaya baahida loo qabo in dadka maqalka la' inay ka qaybqaataan dhammaan nolosha bulsho, dhaqaale iyo tan siyaasadeed ee dalka Soomaaliya iyo waxyaabaha ay tahay in la sameeyo si riyadaas looga dhabeeyo. Cali Abdi Aadan, Gudoomiyaha Dalladda Naafada Puntland, ayaa isna ka hadlaya waxyaabaha hay'addiisu samayso si loo horumariyo dhaqanka iyo aqoonsiga dadka dhagoolada ah bulshada dhexdeeda inay yihiin muwaadiniin leh dhammaan xuquuqaha dadka kale islamarkaasina kaalin ka qaadan kara nolosha bulshada. Barnaamijka waxaa daadihinaya Cali Guutaale iyo Fatxi Max'ed. Nala wadaag aragtidaada adigoo wacaya idaacadda aad jeceshahay inta lagu guda jiro wakhtiyadaan. Radio Mogadishu (2.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Kulmiye (2.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Baidoa (1.30 p.m., 9.00 p.m.) SBC Radio (1.20 p.m., 7.30 p.m.) Radio Garowe (2.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Cadaado (1.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Risala (2.30 p.m., 9.00 p.m.) Radio Dalsan (2.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Hiranweyn (1.15 p.m., 8.15 p.m.) Radio Galgaduud (2.30 p.m., 9.00 p.m.) Radio Kismaayo (2.30 p.m., 7.00 p.m.) Radio Sanguuni (9.00 a.m.) Radio Waamo (9.00 a.m.) Radio Isnaay (9.00 a.m.) Radio Beerlula (9.00 a.m.) Radio Alraadi (Wednesday 9.00 a.m.) Radio Daar Dheer (9.00 a.m.) Dhageyso Podcastiga barnaamijkaan iyo kuwii ka horeeyeyba. iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/ke/podcast/tubta-nabaada-path-to-peace/id1373615264 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/tubta-nabaada-path-to-peace TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Podcasts/Tubta-Nabaada-Path-to-Peace-p1120872/ --------------------- Si aad wax badan uga ogaato wararka iyo warbixinada Howlgalka Kaalmaynta QM ee Soomaaliya, booqo: Website: https://unsom.unmissions.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNSomalia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UNSOMALIA Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/unsom/ SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/unsom-somalia/ Vimeo: https://www.vimeo.com/unsom ------------------------------ ------------------------------ This week on #TubtaNabadda, we talk about the challenges deaf people face in Somalia. In the first interview, Mohamed Abdul Jama, Chairperson of the National Disability Agency, talks about the need for people with hearing loss to be included in all spheres of the social, economic and political life in Somalia as well as what needs to be done to make that goal a reality. Our second speaker, Ali Abdi Aden, Chairperson of Puntland Disability Organisations Network, speaks about what the organisation he represents is doing to improve the culture of acceptance and recognition of deaf people within society as equal partners and contributors in the life of communities. Mr. Aden also talks about the work to ensure access to jobs and education. The programme is presented in Somali by Ali Gutale and Fathi Mohamed. Share your views by calling in your favourite radio station during the show today: Radio Mogadishu (2.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Kulmiye (2.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Baidoa (1.30 p.m., 9.00 p.m.) SBC Radio (1.20 p.m., 7.30 p.m.) Radio Garowe (2.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Cadaado (1.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Risala (2.30 p.m., 9.00 p.m.) Radio Dalsan (2.30 p.m., 8.30 p.m.) Radio Hiranweyn (1.15 p.m., 8.15 p.m.) Radio Galgadud (2.30 p.m., 9.00 p.m.) Radio Kismaayo (2.30 p.m., 7.00 p.m.) Radio Sanguuni (9.00 a.m.) Radio Waamo (9.00 a.m.) Radio Isnaay (9.00 a.m.) Radio Beerlula (9.00 a.m.) Radio Alraadi (Wednesday 9.00 a.m.) Radio Daar Dheer (9.00 a.m.)
0:40 | Canada's Prime Minister was singing karaoke at a hotel bar a couple nights before the Queen's funeral: do you care? Ryan and John review some of the more prominent criticism of PM Trudeau's "down time," and check on what Real Talkers have to say about it. 15:14 | Are you happy at your job? It's International Week of Happiness at Work. Talent recruiter David Bolton explains what Canadians care about most at their jobs, and how trends have changed over the years. CHECK OUT WHAT DAVID'S TEAM DOES AT ROBERT HALF: https://www.roberthalf.ca/en 32:26 | Travis Toews wants to be Alberta's next premier. The former finance minister lays out his plan for party unity, Alberta's future in Canada, a provincial pension plan, re-indexing income tax and social supports (including AISH), and addressing the opioid crisis. CHECK OUT THE TOEWS CAMPAIGN: https://www.toewsforalberta.ca/ 58:54 | Researchers at the University of Alberta Telerobotic and Biorobotic Systems Group are literally changing lives. Combining AI, machine learning, and exoskeleton technology earns them the spotlight in this week's edition of The Leading Edge presented by Leading Edge Physiotherapy. LIFE SHOULDN'T HURT: https://leadingedgephysio.com/ WEBSITE: https://ryanjespersen.com/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RealTalkRJ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/RealTalkRJ/ TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@realtalkrj The views and opinions expressed in this show are those of the host and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Relay Communications Group Inc. or any affiliates.
The deaf community is calling on authorities to act swiftly and ensure that there are Sign Language services available at key service points such as police stations, clinics, and hospitals. They say many incidents of gender-based violence against the community go unreported and may lead to the normalization of GBV against the deaf. This is as the International Week of Deaf People starts today and until the 25th of September to raise awareness about challenges facing the community. For more on this, Elvis Presslin spoke to Nicky Bezuidenhout, Marketing and Communications Manager at eDeaf
This week on TFSR, you'll hear Watani Tyehimba of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and a supporter and comrade of New Afrikan political prisoner Dr Mutulu Shakur speaking about Dr. Shakur's life, activism and the struggle for his release since he's been diagnosed with serious bone cancer. Then, you'll hear portions of the latest episode of Bad News, the monthly podcast from the anarchist and anti-authoritarian radio and podcast network, A-Radio. The segments included are an interview by A-Radio Berlin with an organizer of this July's Weekend Libertaire on the 150th anniversary of the 1872 Anti-authoritarian International of Working People that happened in July in St-Imier, Switzerland. We hope to have an in depth conversation on the split in the International and the early days of the anarchist movement to share in the near future. You'll also hear a shoutout for the International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners, August 23-30th. You can hear more from this and other episodes of BAD News at a-radio-network.org or linked in our show notes. Finally, we'll be finishing up this episode with Sean Swain's weekly segment. Enjoy! We hope to be releasing an interview with Tim (aka Sole) and Aaron from the Propaganda By The Seed podcast next week. Patreon supporters can keep an eye out for the release a few days early. Support Update Speaking of Patreon, a big thanks to the folks who've been supporting this project on patreon and to the 10 new supporters this month! It's fantastic and we're almost at our base of sustainability for the zine program. If you want to support for as low as $2 a month, check out Patreon.com/TFSR. And you can find other methods of supporting us through merch purchases or through one time or recurring donations at tfsr.wtf/support. Non monetary ways to support us include reaching out for comment or show suggestions via snail mail or email, rating & reviewing us on google, apple etc, resposting our content on social media, sharing in real life with people. More info on that at tfsr.wtf. Or, the crème del a crème, getting our content on a local radio station so strangers will hear the content of these chats irl. More about that at tfsr.wtf/radio. Thanks so much! . ... . .. Featured Tracks: Flowers and Fire by Blitz from Second Empire Justice Juniper (remix of Y La Bamba) by Filastine from Loot + tracks yet unknown from Bad News (to be posted soon)
This week, we spoke with Alex, an anarchist squatter in the Athenian neighborhood of Exarchia. They talk about repression by the New Democracy party, struggles against green washing wind turbines around rural Greece, the fires raging through the country, resistance to rape culture, fighting against the building of a metro station in Exarchia and the privatization of public spaces like Strefi Hill, police presence at Universities, anarcho-tourism and the hunger strike of anarchist prisoner Giannis Michialidas. Links: Learn more on the struggle for Strefi by visiting LofosStrefi.Noblogs.Org or finding them on Twitter (@LofosStrefi) or Facebook Protest from 2021 at Strefi Hill video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoikItwwFn4 From the attack in the feminist demo against attempt of rape. Very strong moment for us oppressed from patriarchy: https://youtu.be/kXKfV69_lGo Self organized carnival from strefi assembly, no metro in exarchia square assembly and self organized Navarinou park https://youtu.be/Q1XpyBttDdc 25th june International call for defending exarchia https://youtu.be/xYl6eNlfHLU New mural for Alexis Grigoropoulos https://youtu.be/9vr6uHgO-7g Announcements Week of Solidarity August 23-30th is the International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners. The site https://Solidarity.International has suggestions of ways to get involved, a poster for this year, and place to contact to announce or share your action or event. Reject Raytheon, WNC On Earth Day 2022, affiliates of Reject Raytheon AVL performed a rally, march and direct action at the Bent Creek River Park to block traffic and protest the building of a factory by Pratt & Whitney, a subsidiary of aerospace war drone and fighter plan component manufacturer, Raytheon. You can support folks as they attend court at 9am on August 31st the Buncombe County courthouse, room 1A for trespassing charges. And you can learn more about the struggle to push back the murder machine manufacturer Raytheon locally at RejectRaytheonAVL.com Firestorm Fundraiser If you haven't heard, our friends and sponsor Firestorm Books has purchased a building and will be moving down at 1022 Haywood Rd to the former site of Dr. Dave's Automotive, near the Odditorium over the next year. They plan to donate the land to the Asheville Community Land Trust to be held in protection for perpetuity, but are fundraising now to pay for remediation and renovation of the space. You can support their efforts and help make this new space a reality by visiting their GiveButter page linked in our show notes for this episode. TFSR Patreon I'll keep this short and sweet. A big shout out to the folks who've donated or joined our patreon recently. We're still not at the level where our recurring donations will cover the monthly cost of our printing, mailing, web hosting and transcriptions (about $600 per month would do that) let alone saving up to help us cover future travels to gather interviews, but we're moving that direction. To entice you, we've changed up our patreon to feature a new $3/mo level, and are offering occasional online patreon content to that and other levels including early releases, behind the scenes chats, updates and other things. If you can throw us some dough, we'd be much obliged. You can find more about the patreon at patreon.com/tfsr and learn other ways to support us at tfsr.wtf/support ! . ... . .. Featured Track: Αυτό Το Σύστημα [Διάβρωση Cover] by Γεμάτος Αράχνες, ρε Φίλε! from their 2021 split with Βελζεβούλ Τα μη χειρότερα
Synopsis A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty “Hi-yo, Silver!” Generations of American baby boomers first heard Rossini's “William Tell” Overture as the opening credits of the old Lone Ranger TV western, but we suspect only a few of them ever realized the overture by an Italian composer was written for a French opera about a Swiss archer, which was adapted from a German play by Friedrich Schiller. Like a Facebook relationship, “It's complicated.” Anyway, Rossini's “William Tell” was first heard in Paris on today's date in 1829. Rossini hoped “William Tell” would be considered his masterpiece. Ironically, the complete opera is only rarely staged these days, but the “William Tell” overture became a familiar concert hall showpiece – SO familiar, in fact, as to become something of a musical cliché. The Russian composer Dimitri Shostakovich gave a dark 20th-century spin to Rossini's overly familiar theme, when he quoted the “William Tell” overture in the opening movement of his Symphony No. 15. In the context of Shostakovich's enigmatic final symphony, Rossini's jaunty little theme comes off like a forced smile, and audiences are free to read whatever political subtext they wish into its rather sinister context. Music Played in Today's Program Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868) –William Tell Overture (Philharmonia Orchestra; Carlo Maria Giulini, cond.) EMI 69042 Dimitri Shostakovich (1906-1975) –Symphony No. 15 in A, Op. 141 (London Philharmonic; Mariss Jansons, cond.) EMI 56591 On This Day Births 1884 - Russian-born American composer Louis Gruenberg, near Brest-Litovsk (Julian date: July 22); 1896 - Russian inventor Lev Sergeivitch Termen (anglicized to Leon Theremin) in St. Petersburg (Gregorian date: August 15) Deaths 1784 - Italian composer and teacher Giovanni Battista Martini, age 78, in Bologna; His students included Gluck, Mozart, Grétry, and Jommelli; Premieres 1829 - Rossini: opera, "Guillaume Tell" (William Tell), at the Paris Opéra; 1941 - Robert Russell Bennett: Symphony in D ("For the Dodgers"), in New York; 1961 - John Cage: "Atlas Eclipticalis," at the "International Week of Today's Music," in Montréal; 1967 - Lalo Schifrin: cantata, "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" (adapted from the composer's filmscore) by the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, with Lawrence Foster conducting; Others 1668 - German composer Dietrich Buxtehude marries the daughter of Franz Tunder, retiring organist at St. Mary's Church in Lübeck, as a condition to succeed Tunder in his position at St. Mary's; It is thought that both Handel and J.S. Bach were both interested in the position - but not in Tunder's daughter; 1778 - Milan's famous Teatro alla Scala (La Scala) opens with a performance of “L'Europa riconosciuta” by Italian opera composer Antonio Salieri, a work written specially for the occasion; The theater took its name from the site previously occupied by the church of Santa Maria della Scala (named after Bernabo Visconti's wife, Beatrice della Scala); This same opera, conducted by Riccardo Muti, was performed on Dec. 7, 2004 at the Gala reopening of La Scala after three years of major renovation; 1779 - Mozart finishes in Salzburg his "Posthorn" Serenade; 1795 - The Paris Conservatory of Music is founded by the National Revolutionary Convention. Links and Resources On Rossini On other famous radio themes
It's Mrs. International Week! What are the ladies up to for a whole week!? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepageantbuzz/support
Carbs is back with some take aways from a beer and pizza catch up with Jon Dutton and Troy Grant. Plus a lot of hype for international rugby league round.
eviivo kicks off U.S. and Canada expansion with prestigious eviivo Awards and International Week of the Host contest The leading hospitality software company opens annual eviivo Awards, which recognizes amazing property owners, hoteliers and hosts in independent accommodations, to the U.S. and Canada. NEW YORK, NY (FEBRUARY 16, 2022) — eviivo, a leading global hospitality software company, ...
今回取り上げる3つのニュースです↓ ①OpenSeaがアプリ版をリリース ②Facebookが悪い印象を隠ぺいしていた？ ③Snapchat、ユーザーに手話を教える新レンズをリリース ・ ・ ・ ＼SNS／ ■Twitter https://twitter.com/yamaumiy ■Instagram https://www.instagram.com/yamaumiphoto/ ・ ・ ・ 〈参照記事〉 ■OpenSea has an app, but you can't buy NFTs on it - THE VERGE https://www.theverge.com/2021/9/20/22684372/opensea-app-nft-ios-android-apple-google ■Is This Facebook's ‘Big Tobacco' Moment? - Bloomberg Businessweek https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-09-23/facebook-fb-big-tobacco-moment-internal-mental-health-research?sref=VvJhl47t ■Snapchat Launches New Lenses to Teach Users Sign Language as Part of International Week of the Deaf - Social Media Today https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/snapchat-launches-new-lenses-to-teach-users-sign-language-as-part-of-intern/606954/
President Higgins has published a special message to mark the International Week of Deaf People. In his message, the President paid tribute to “our deaf community for all they have done to improve the landscape here in Ireland for citizens who are deaf or hard of hearing.” The text and video version (with subtitles) of the President's message are available via https://president.ie/en/diary/details/message-for-international-week-of-deaf-people-2021
Today Is National Compliance Officer Day, National Better Breakfasts Day, European Day of Languages, Forget-Me-Not Day, Gold Star Mother's Day, Happy Daughters Day, National Dumplings Day, International Day of The Deaf, International Day for The Total Elimination of nuclear weapons, Johnny Appleseed Day, Lumberjack Day, National Dumpling Day, National Mesothelioma Awareness Day, Priesthood Sunday, Shamu the Whale Day, National Situational Awareness Day, World Rivers Day, World Deaf Awareness Day, and World Contraception Day. Today Starts Banned Books Week, International Week of the Deaf, National Chimney Safety Week, National Fall Foliage Week, National Keep Kids Creative Week, Remember to Register to Vote Week, and Sea Otter Awareness Week. Celebrate each day with the It's Today Podcast. Please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and share with everyone you know. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Itstoday)
It's DBAle³ as we celebrate 3(ish) years of episodes, International Week of Happiness at Work, and World Gratitude Day. To commemorate, our jovial Chris duo divulge what makes them happy at Redgate and share their top tips for a happier workplace. What better way to start than with Jonny's mate's questionable home brew? So, grab yourself a beer and join the jamboree – cheers.
Jenny learns about the new DC Office for the Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing (ODBH) from activists Brianne Berger and Robb Dooling in honor of the International Week of the Deaf, taking place September 20-26, 2021.
Can you smell the happiness in the air? It is September! The Happiness month. Here in the UK, we get to celebrate the International Week of Happiness at Workplace. That said, the big question remains, what makes you happy?In this episode, I will be sharing 7 practical tips that can help in making you happy. Some of the tips may seem obvious, but we find ourselves not paying enough attention to them shockingly.Are you ready to get happier? Listen in to this episode.Key Talking Points of the Episode:[02:11] Smile more[03:13] Exercise: when we exercise, we get that release of endorphins. Because basically the blood is pumped around our body with we're using our cardiovascular system[03:39] Sleep: Sleep makes us feel better and fresh[04:09] Spend more time with family and friends[04:37] Be with mother nature: It helps you calm down[04:52] Plan: When you plan things, you get excited[05:31] Meditate: Meditation puts you in a happy state of awareness and controlStandout Quotes from the Episode:“It takes more muscles to frown than it does to smile.”The Laughter Man, Pete Cann, is on a fun-filled mission to bring the positive benefits of laughter to the world. Since discovering Laughter Yoga, company owner Pete has transformed his business and family life and now wants to share his infectious secrets and get the planet laughing along with him.You'll find Pete, his trademark red hat and his happy vibe on the following firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/thelaughterman/https://www.instagram.com/petecannthelaughterman/https://www.facebook.com/thelaughtermanhttps://www.youtube.com/c/petecannthelaughtermanhttps://www.tiktok.com/@petecannthelaughterman
Antonio and Anthony discuss Italy's World Cup qualifier matches and the new world record that they now hold. They touch on the upcoming Prem League games and Serie A games. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
You want to get involved, but you are shy? You don't feel like it's your place? You'd rather wait until you finish school, quit your job, retire, move, your children get old enough, or you get old enough? Well…hold on to your hat because we have high school student Lela Tolajian that planned and implemented an International Week of Action Against Modern Slavery that was a 6-day event involving 20 countries.
On this week's episode, the Neoliberal Project joined Radically Pragmatic, a PPI Podcast to talk about their week of action and the exciting events that are happening across the country and around the globe. Jeremiah Johnson, Policy Director for the Center for New Liberalism and Director of the Neoliberal Project, and Markose Butler, Organizing Director for the Neoliberal Project and the State and Local Outreach Director for PPI, joined Aaron White, Director of Communications for PPI, to explain who the Neoliberal Project is, what they do, and why the week of action is so important. The Neoliberal Project has over 70 local chapters in 12 different countries, many of which are participating in the week of action and promoting the exciting work the Neoliberal Project does year-round. Learn more about the Neoliberal Project here: https://neoliberalproject.org/ Learn more about the Progressive Policy Institute here: https://progressivepolicy.org/
It's International Week! And what an utter mess we're in. Some on our own making, some, Covid related. Rugby League, innit? We discuss the whys and wherefores and such of the squads announced, and yet to be, as there's a triple header of action to look forward to. An unpredictable week of results in Super League saw Saints unable to score a try at home, Hull KR dominate Wigan at the Piedome, and Salford edge out Huddersfield in a case of mistaken identity with Ian Watson looking for Perry Mason's phone number. You made plenty of good points in the comments throughout, which is good. Plus, as a bonus, before the show we caught up with the Head Coach of England's Wheelchair RL team Tom Coyd, as they prepare to meet Wales on Saturday, and talk about their preparations ahead of the World Cup this autumn, and their new chairs. (If anyone fancies a game of Mobility Scooter RL, please get in touch.)
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This week was international week. Join the guys in a slightly shorter episode with all the round up for the home nations international games and discussions on Wales's discipline issues and should Bamford get an England call up? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Soccer Comic Rant #349 USMNT Is Lit! Southgate Picks a Questionable English Squad. Fuck The FA Cup! & International Week. American Sergiño Desta scores a brace for Barcelona! Iheanacho's double sinks Manchester United and puts Leicester in the last four of the FA cup. Gareth Bale says he plans to return to Real Madrid next season instead of just shutting up. Spurs finally win a game. Lingard score for West Ham again. How can we get him to do that for United? Chelsea barely beats the newest team in the Championship, Sheffield. Ian Edwards https://www.instagram.com/ianedwardsc... https://twitter.com/IanEdwardsComic http://ianedwardscomedian.com/ Neil Chakravarty https://twitter.com/SawyersLawyer https://www.instagram.com/sawyerslawyer/ Martin Harris https://www.instagram.com/martin_harr... https://twitter.com/martinwharris Aaron Brungardt https://twitter.com/hilAARONous https://www.instagram.com/aaronbrunga... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today Is Gallo Wine Day, International Color Day, International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, International Day of Forests and The Tree, International Sports Car Racing Day, Memory Day, National Common Courtesy Day, National Day of Action on Syringe Exchange , National Countdown Day, National Crunchy Taco Day, National Fragrance Day, National Healthy Fats Day, National French Bread Day, National Flower Day, National Teenager Day, National Renewable Energy Day, National California Strawberry Day, National Single Parent Day, Twitter Day, World Down Syndrome Day World Poetry Day , and World Puppetry Day. Today starts: American Chocolate Week Consider Christianity Week, International Week of Solidarity with People's Struggling Against Racism & Discrimination, Christian Passion Week, National Agriculture Week National Animal Poison Prevention Week , National Inhalant and Poisons Awareness Week, National Poison Prevention Week, National Protocol Officer's Week, World Folktales & Fables Week, and Wellderly WeekSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/Itstoday)
Your hosts Albert and Mada continue their 8-week series, Osho - the Most Rebellious and Controversial Mystic of all Times, with special guests: Director at Osho International, Klaus Steeg, and the man behind the digital and social media initiatives at Osho International Foundation, Anil Chandwani. They share their personal stories on how they discovered Osho and how they are continuing to paint the canvas of Osho's vision.
As part of Duke Law's International Week, Aya Fujimura-Fanselow, Clinical Professor of Law and Supervising Attorney at the International Human Rights Clinic at Duke Law, moderated this discussion with Nanjala Nyabola, independent consultant and author,Digital Democracy, Analogue Politics: How the Internet Era is Transforming Kenya, and Maya Wang, China Senior Researcher, Human Rights Watch. This event is part of the Duke Law Human Rights in Practice series organized by the Center for International and Comparative Law and the International Human Rights Clinic. Co-sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association; the Black Law Students Association; the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute; the Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics; the Human Rights Law Society; the International Law Society; the Latin American Law Students Association; the Middle East North African Law Students Association; the South Asian Law Student Association; and the Womxn of Color Collective. View transcript: https://law.duke.edu/transcripts/TRANSCIPT-Nanjala%20Nyabola%20%26%20Maya%20Wang%20_%20Digital%20Rights%20%26%20Discrimination.pdf
On this Inauguration Day, Bishop talks about unity and the meaning of abiding in God's love. Then it's on to this Sunday's Gospel reading which tells the story of Jesus calling his first disciples to repent, re-orient their lives, and follow Him. Additional material on the International Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, can be found here: https://www.usccb.org/committees/ecumenical-interreligious-affairs/international-week-prayer-christian-unity
On our final episode of 2020 (thank heavens that's over!) we're posting the audio from our live event at the University of Pittsburgh. We talk with Larry Brilliant, M.D., and epidemiologist who worked on the team that eradicated smallpox. He is an expert on pandemics and has a life like Forrest Gump. We find out his thoughts on COVID-19, his advice on how to deal with people who think it's a "hoax," and what working on the eradication of smallpox taught him about the human condition. He is amazing, has incredible stories, and is truly a hero. Hope you learn a lot from his incredible life. Happy New Year, Brainiacs. Here's to 2021!
Host Roy Shanahan was joined by David Buggle and thebigkickoff.com's Neal Dobbs to look back at the Republic Of Ireland's game against Bulgaria and the Wales game at the weekend. - Why won't Stephen Kenny play Jack Byrne for larger periods of a game? - What formation is his team slowly evolving into? - Why is he taking so long to make substitutions? - What players should start in the first World Cup fixture in 2021?
Soccer Comic Rant #331 When Will The Media's Racist Attacks On Manchester United Players Stop? Plus International Week. Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba and Mason Greenwood keep getting misquoted and attacked by the media. What should be the punishment for journalist who publish fake click bate stories? Predictions for upcoming premier league games. Does Spurs have what it takes to beat Man City? Mourinho vs Guardiola does either coach still have what it takes?
International Week gives the Podcast the chance to assemble a Panel of keen football watchers to choose their Favourite International sides down the years. Akin Dawodu, Ekpen Omonbude, Peter Ntephe and Abdul-Hamid Sadiq choose their faves and why.
This episode we discuss the international break and whether Southgate is the right man to take England to glory, we mention the Grealish and Mount debate and also many more premier league debate such as Lampard vs Arteta. We also discuss the growing injury list of the season which has hit Liverpool hard... make sure you listen to it all it is truly worth it as we have two brand new guests on this episode.
Join greenie and jacko for the weekend round up of all the international games .. and for the first time on our podcast we have a incredible solo artist Geoff Mull playing us out with his latest single ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In light of International Week of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, Jacques Classen from Martyrs for Christ encourages us to continue praying for the persecuted church, our brothers and sisters, around the world.
So on a monster show today we've taken a good look at Project Big Picture, the pros and cons and all of the lovely gooey bits in between. We also take a look at our Mount Rushmore of players for Premier League royalty. A fun show as always, check us out @podoftwohalves
This episode we cover the weekly round up of football in this case is the international week and also week commencing games with premier league back this weekend. We also discuss the prospect of changes to the game where Liverpool have brought forward its ideas. And we have a spurs fan on the show to give his insight and we have a great north London debate. Make sure u tune in
This week is International Week as we round up a first competitive win for Northern Ireland since 2015, defeat for the Republic and England's training camp. Sioned chats to Sky Sports and FC Cymru's Abi Davies about the vital forthcoming Wales qualifier in Norway and an historic event as S4C shows a women's domestic game for the first time in it's history as it hosts Cardiff City v Swansea City. We look back at the first week of the National League as Emily watches West Brom draw 2-2 with Nottingham Forest and catches up with Forest defender, Laura-Jayne O'Neill and manager Andy Cook. Plus a look ahead to the the forthcoming FA Cup Quarter finals from last season! Subscribe on Itunes and Spotify
It's time to hit the road for International Week on The Great Canadian Baking Show! Michael and James suffer a complete and total case of the giggles at one point, but decided to leave it in because we still laughed so much during editing. We've also got a new Aurora on Record this week! Signature … Continue reading "Season 3: Week 6 – International Week"
It's time to take a trip around the world in 44 minutes. It's International Week in the Baking Show tent, so join Michael and James as they dish on how the bakers did this week! Signature – Hand Pies Technical – Daifuku Mochi Showstopper – Italian Cookie Sculpture