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Best podcasts about James Gallagher

Latest podcast episodes about James Gallagher

Inside Health
Women and heart attacks

Inside Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 27:50


Dawn had a heart attack but 'powered through' making the Christmas dinner before seeking help - because she put her symptoms down to anxiety and backache. Her interventional cardiologist in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Professor Vijay Kunadian, sees many women like her who aren't seen quickly enough or given the right medication to improve their chances of survival. We hear about research which reveals that women are much more likely to die of a heart attack than men because of delays and lack of treatment. Learning the piano can help to improve the way our brains process audible and visual information - a task we carry out effortlessly when looking and listening as we do things like cross the road safely or chat with friends. Dr Karin Petroni explains how even just a few microseconds in processing speed can make a difference - so she's going to carry on playing drums. James Gallagher's piano version of Giuseppe Verdi's La donna è mobile/When the saints go marching in (trad) arranged by Nancy Litten/Kenneth Bartels (ABRSM)

Inside Health
Is a fungal pandemic possible?

Inside Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 30:52


James Gallagher asks whether the next pandemic might be an invasive fungi? Most people think of athlete's foot or fungal toe nails but the World Health Organisation recently issued the first ever list of life threatening fungi. James hears stories of hospitals being shut down, a ruined honeymoon and fungal infections that consume human tissue leaving terrible disfigurement. Add to that ‘The Last of Us' a hit video game turned new TV series where a parasitic fungus manipulating the brains of ants has jumped to people. Sounds fanciful but while this particular fungus couldn't cross from ants to humans, Dr Neil Stone explains why invasive fungal infections are on the rise and a potential pandemic should not be dismissed. Producer, Erika Wright

Brexitcast
New Year, New Covid Sub-Variant

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 30:16


How worried should we be about the spread of coronavirus abroad? Restrictions are about to ease in China and there's a new strain of Coronavirus in the USA. James Gallagher, presenter of Radio 4's Inside Health and Kerry Allen, the BBC's China media analyst put Covid back on the agenda. How to Fail podcast presenter Elizabeth Day also joins Adam to talk about New Year's resolutions, and Radio 4's Just One Thing host Dr Michael Mosley shares his top tips for sticking with them. Today's episode was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Rufus Gray, Danny Wittenberg, Miranda Slade and Madeleine Drury. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The senior news editor was Sam Bonham.

Inside Health
Lazy Guide to Exercise

Inside Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 27:50


It's January. Christmas is a distant memory and nobody feels much like getting off the sofa, but luckily this episode can help. James Gallagher is on a mission to find out what is the least amount of exercise you can do to still stay healthy. James goes on a Ramblers wellbeing walk, uses a treadmill for the first time and takes a hot bath all to find out how lazy he can be. His guide Dr Zoe Saynor at University of Portsmouth explains this is the question everyone asks and offers simple tips about how little you can do. Presenter: James Gallagher Producers: Gerry Holt and Erika Wright

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton
New California Laws With Republican Assm. Leader, James Gallagher

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 52:18


Steve and Republican Assembly Leader go through some of the craziest laws that California enacted to start in 2023.

SEN SA Breakfast
AFL NEWS: Footy Shorts with Miles and Bryce (14.12.22)

SEN SA Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 9:40


PREMIERSHIP Hawk Andy Gowers has beaten Jeff Kennett's would-be successor Peter Nankivell to the Hawthorn presidency, marking the start of a new era at the club. Former Victorian deputy premier and Labor figure James Merlino has also been elected to Hawthorn's board. ST KILDA'S off-season of change has continued with list boss James Gallagher leaving the Saints at the end of 2022. Good news for the Sydney Swans with Buddy Franklin actually getting some preseason training this year. The VFL will introduce a “wildcard round” before the finals in 2023 in what a precursor to a massive shake-up at AFL level in the future could be. 

Making Sound with Jann Klose
Mike James Gallagher & Anthony Vanchure

Making Sound with Jann Klose

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 66:14


EPISODE 79: Sound Editor Mike James Gallagher and Supervising Sound Editor Anthony Vanchure, whose collaboration on the documentary Lucy and Desi earned the pair an Emmy nomination for “Outstanding Sound Editing.”  Mike and Anthony most recently worked on the biopic Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, which premiered at TIFF and is now available on Roku. Mike worked as the film's main Sound Designer and Sound Editor, and Anthony worked as the Supervising Sound Editor. The film stars Daniel Radcliffe and explores the life of the famous parody singer Weird Al Yankovic in an alternate reality. In addition to his work in film sound departments, Mike is also the creator of INDEPTH Sound Design, an educational platform and a treasure trove of sound design inspiration. The pair's previous credits also include Phoenix Rising, and Meltdown: Three Mile Island.  mikejamesgallagher.com - imdb.com/name/nm3602373Contact us: makingsoundpodcast.comFollow on Instagram: @makingsoundpodcastFollow on Twitter: @JannKloseBandJoin our Facebook GroupPlease support the show with a donation, thank you for listening!

Brexitcast
The Coal, the Cold and the "Coup"

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 34:37


Government faces backlash following controversial coal mine approval. Adam gets instant reaction from Chris Mason, following news that the Cumbria coal mine has been approved, despite concern from some about its climate impacts. Also, with all the cold weather warnings, the BBC's James Gallagher tells us how the cold affects our bodies, and Scotland's national clinical director, Professor Jason Leitch, gives his health advice on how to stay safe and warm in the coming days. This episode of Newscast was presented by Adam Fleming and made by Tim Walklate with Cordelia Hemming, Chris Flynn and Cat Farnsworth. The technical producer was Mike Regaard and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham.

Health Check
'Historic' turning point for Alzheimer's

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 26:28


After years of setbacks, the announcement of the first drug to slow the brain's decline in Alzheimer's is being hailed as "momentous". What makes this breakthrough different? To study the effect of the environment on our health, scientists sometimes have to look to the past. We hear from the author of a study which has uncovered how the worst recession in US history may leave an indelible mark on how well people age. Claudia Hammond's guest this week James Gallagher, the BBC's health and science correspondent, looks at a new single-dose treatment for sleeping sickness and claims it could help to eradicate transmission of the disease by 2030 and why monkeypox is being renamed. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Gerry Holt (Picture: Human brain scan in a neurology clinic. Photo credit: Andrew Brookes/Getty Images.)

Brexitcast
David Cameron on the Alzheimer's Breakthrough

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 26:52


The former prime minister says it's his “happiest day” as president of Alzheimer's Research UK, after the discovery of the first drug to slow the disease. He also speaks about whether he did enough during his premiership to support those who needed dementia care. And, the BBC's health and science correspondent, James Gallagher, explains how the medication works. This episode of Newscast was presented by James Cook and made by Tim Walklate with Miranda Slade, Madeleine Drury, Chris Flynn and Emma Jacobs. The technical producer was Emma Crowe and the assistant editor was Sam Bonham. The editor was Jonathan Aspinwall.

Clare FM - Podcasts
Clare COPD Support Group Chairman Discusses Upcoming Open Day

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 7:41


On Monday's Morning Focus, Alan was joined by James Gallagher who is the Chairman of the Clare COPD Support Group. James spoke about the upcoming open day which the group will host on Thursday November 24th in Cois na hAbhana Ennis from 11:30 am. This will mark the first in person event that the Clare COPD Support Group have held post Covid and new members are urged to attend. If you wish to find more about COPD, you can access information via www.copd.ie or you can contact 1800 83 21 46.

Health Check
Genetic disorders and US abortion bans

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 26:29


Ayoka from Atlanta, Georgia in the US is desperate to have a baby and her family is helping to pay for her IVF treatment. But Ayoka knows that she carries a serious genetic condition, Fragile X, which she does not want to pass on to her children. She tells Claudia Hammond what it means to know that she would be prevented from having an abortion, even if pre-natal testing revealed her unborn baby had the inherited condition. That is because the state of Georgia, up until yesterday when the ban was successfully challenged in court, has restricted termination after six weeks of pregnancy. This restriction is too early for genetic testing to have taken place. So what will she do if the ban is reinstated? Lebanon has experienced profound economic, financial and civil shocks in recent years as well as absorbing almost a million and a half refugees, a third of its total population. The strains on its infrastructure are acute and for the first time in almost thirty years, there have been outbreaks of cholera, claiming lives of young and old alike, just as there is a global shortage of cholera vaccines. Lebanon's Minister of Public Health, Dr Firass Abiad, tells Claudia about the steps that are being taken to treat, vaccinate and restore vital infrastructure to stop the disease spreading. And the BBC's Science and Health correspondent, James Gallagher, brings the latest medical findings, including how armadillos showed that the leprosy bacterium can regenerate organs, how children's different births cause different microbiomes and different reactions to vaccinations and which smells give you a better night's sleep. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Fiona Hill (Photo: A pregnant woman lying down. Credit: Brooke Fasani Auchincloss/Getty Images)

Health Check
Women and children's health hit by disasters and Covid

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 26:28


After decades of progress – how can we stop the pandemic, climate change and conflict around the world from turning back the clock when it comes to women and children's health? We hear from UNICEF's Dr Jennifer Requejo about a new report which examines the impact of natural disasters, war and the pandemic and offers some ideas of how to catch up on targets for improvements. The BBC's medical and science correspondent James Gallagher thinks he hasn't had Covid-19 – and takes a blood test to see whether there are any tell-tale signs that he might have been infected unknowingly. And there's news of how Covid affected life expectancy and whether spending time in the countryside or by the beach might make a difference to how long we live. And a study which suggests that 5 hours is the minimum number of hours sleep we need to stay healthy. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Paula McGrath (Picture: Close up of a mother carrying a baby boy in a fabric sling. Photo credit: PixelCatchers/Getty Images.)

The John Phillips Show
James Gallagher (Full Hour)

The John Phillips Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 31:39


John fixes California with James Gallagher Quite Frankly - Accidentally only posted second half on Thursday - heres the Whole HourSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The John Phillips Show
Assemblyman James Gallagher

The John Phillips Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 11:27


John fixes California with James Gallagher Quite FranklySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

NAB AFL Trade Radio
St Kilda List manager James Gallagher discusses the Saints 'quieter' trade period (Trade Feed) - Day 4 (29/09/22)

NAB AFL Trade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 13:39


Saints list boss James Gallagher gave an update on some big names in this trade period including Jordan De Goey, Hunter Clark, Brad Hill and Jack Bowes

NAB AFL Trade Radio
James Gallagher updates on Jordan De Goey interest - (Trade Feed) - Day 4 (29/09/22)

NAB AFL Trade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 0:48


St Kilda have had a long interest in Jordan De Goey and James Gallagher outlined what he could do to their list.

NAB AFL Trade Radio
James Gallagher provides an update on Saints young gun Hunter Clark and his future at St Kilda (Trade Feed) - Day 4 (29/09/22)

NAB AFL Trade Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 0:43


List manager at St Kilda James Gallagher gives an update on fan favourite Hunter Clark who is said to be assessing his options.

Health Check
China approves first inhaled Covid vaccine

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 26:24


China has approved the first nasal Covid vaccine inhaled up the nose. James Gallagher, BBC Health and Science correspondent explains how a sniffed vaccine primes the immune system. Plus Claudia hears about the health consequences of a ban on abortion in some US states for young women who develop a breast cancer diagnosis during pregnancy. Professor Virginia Borges and Assistant Professor Nicole Christian from the University of Colorado explain the difficult decisions women are having to make. And resolution of the mystery pneumonia identified in Argentina. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: Coronavirus image. Credit: fotograzia / Getty Images)

Brexitcast
We're caught in a cap

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 33:52


Inquisitive (not suspicious) minds thinking about energy prices. The energy price cap - the maximum amount suppliers can charge customers in England, Scotland and Wales for each unit of energy - will go up in October and again in January. But what does the price cap mean, and how is it calculated? Adam finds out with Robert Buckley, from Cornwall Insight (the company crunching the numbers behind the forecasts), and Jess Ralston, at the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit. Also, health reporter James Gallagher, tells us why London GPs are offering urgent polio boosters to children. Today's episode was produced by Clare Williamson with Miranda Slade and Cordelia Hemming. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.

Inside Health
A good death with friends and family

Inside Health

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 27:49


Should friends and family be trained to give potent medications to those dying at home to relieve their symptoms? We often say that we'd like to die peacefully at home when the inevitable happens. Yet people can be left in pain for hours waiting for a doctor or nurse to be free to visit and administer the medicines that ease our symptoms in our final days. James Gallagher speaks to Mark, who was trained to administer medicines to his mother to help keep her comfortable at the end of her life, and to palliative care doctor Marlise Poolman who is pioneering the programme across North Wales. Presenter: James Gallagher Producer: Beth Eastwood

Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling
Episode 147: TMPT Feature Show: James Gallagher of Silver Vision

Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 68:13


Today's Feature episode of The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling is with the former UK Silver Vision employee, James Gallagher. Host John Poz and James will discuss breaking into the business, working for Silver Vision, creating compilations, how the WWF/Silver Vision relationship started, Tagged Classics, WWE in the UK, Clash at the Castle, SummerSlam 1992, Bret Hart, unreleased VHS/DVDs, and so much more!Follow us on Twitter and IG @TwoManPowerTripStore - Teepublic.com/stores/TMPT

The J-Talk Podcast
JTET - J2 Round 28 / J3 Round 18 Review

The J-Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 74:42


Once again, JTET is here to look back on all of the latest J2 & J3 action. This week, the pod starts with Jon Steele reviewing all of last weekend's J2 action (including a bonus mention of Tokyo Verdy's win over Iwata in the Emperor's Cup). After that, James Gallagher joins Jon for some in-depth chat about FC Ryukyu, as well as a preview of the upcoming Round 29 fixtures. To finish, there's the usual 'J-Talk: Short Corner' segment, with Mike 'The Magic' Innes back and banging after a short vacation - he has all of the J3 news and match reports to keep you up to date with the third tier. Hope everyone enjoys the show, and thanks for the support as always!

Brexitcast
Monkeypox Health Alert

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 28:16


A global health emergency is declared, so how worried should we be? Adam is joined in the studio by the BBC's James Gallagher and Dr Rosamund Lewis from the World Health Organisation, to discuss the global outbreak of Monkeypox and how the world can get it under control. Also, there's a warning today that parts of England may face drought conditions if the hot weather persists without rain. Anglian Water's Regan Harris talks us through how to save water at home and what companies are doing to prepare for shortages. Today's Newscast was made by Tim Walklate, with Cordelia Hemming and Clare Williamson. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.

Inside Health
How's your hay fever?

Inside Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 27:21


Aaaaaaaaa-choo! If you have hay fever then you know that it can be a right pain in the… nose. This week Inside Health presents a complete guide to hay fever. Are we enduring the worst hay fever season? When was the disgustingly-named “summer catarrh” first identified as a medical condition? And what can we safely plant in the garden without setting off our symptoms? GP Navjoyt Ladher and immunologist Danny Altmann join James Gallagher in the park to talk causes and treatments, and to find out how close we are to having a cure. Presenter: James Gallagher Producer: Anna Buckley

Brexitcast
Omicron and On

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 32:12


Should we be worried about the rise in Covid infections? Adam is joined in the studio by Newscast regular, the BBC's James Gallagher. Political correspondent Ione Wells gives us the latest from Westminster following allegations that Chris Pincher groped two men. He's now been suspended as a Tory MP. And Dragons' Den star and entrepreneur Steven Bartlett talks to Adam about podcasting with Matt Hancock and his love of musicals. Today's Newscast was made by Tim Walklate, with Daniel Wittenberg, Cordelia Hemming and Alix Pickles. The technical producer was Michael Regaard. The editor was Jonathan Aspinwall.

NFIB California
Episode 23: Bulletin...Assembly Member James Gallagher on the Flawed Gas Tax Rebate Agreement.

NFIB California

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 10:34


In this brief but very informative NFIB Bulletin podcast, Assembly Member James Gallagher addresses the outcome of the recent gas tax relief agreement and how it could have been better vetted and better delivered. Unfortunately, as in so many other cases, partisanship was the culprit in what may have been a much better approach. Here what state legislators took into consideration before delivering this less than desirable action. To learn more about how the NFIB helps support small business, visit www.NFIB.com/ca

Health Check
Polio misinformation

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 26:30


Online misinformation about polio has gone global after the detection of so called vaccine-derived poliovirus in London sewage. BBC health and science correspondent James Gallagher explains what's really happening. And Claudia Hammond talks to Professor Beate Kampmann from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine who explains that while vaccine-derived polio virus has been reported in 24 countries since 2021 the vaccination programme has protected millions of people. Plus why looking after your body clock can be good for your health. Professor Russell Foster unpicks how our circadian rhythms can have an impact on the way our bodies deal with the food we eat, the exercise we do and medications we take. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: Someone using a mobile phone indoors. Photo credit: Charday Penn/Getty Images.)

Health Check
Polio misinformation

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 26:30


Online misinformation about polio has gone global after the detection of so called vaccine-derived poliovirus in London sewage. BBC health and science correspondent James Gallagher explains what’s really happening. And Claudia Hammond talks to Professor Beate Kampmann from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine who explains that while vaccine-derived polio virus has been reported in 24 countries since 2021 the vaccination programme has protected millions of people. Plus why looking after your body clock can be good for your health. Professor Russell Foster unpicks how our circadian rhythms can have an impact on the way our bodies deal with the food we eat, the exercise we do and medications we take. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: Someone using a mobile phone indoors. Photo credit: Charday Penn/Getty Images.)

BBC Inside Science
Monkeypox, Pompeii aDNA, and Elephant Mourning Videos

BBC Inside Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 35:08 Very Popular


Why are non-African monkeypox cases causing concern? Also, the first complete human genome from a Pompeiian cadaver, and how YouTube is aiding animal behaviourists. As cases of monkeypox appear strangely dispersed around Europe and elsewhere in the world outside of Africa, BBC health and science correspondent James Gallagher outlines to Vic the symptoms and some of the mysterious elements of this outbreak. In Pompeii, scientists have for the first time managed to sequence the whole genome of an individual killed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. Serena Viva of the University of Salento describes the site of two individual's tragic demise all that time ago, one female aged around 50 years, and a younger male, both leaning on a couch in a dining room. Geneticist Gabriele Scorrano describes how the ancient DNA (aDNA) was preserved and extracted, and how the male individual's genome was so well preserved it could be sequenced in full. As they suggest this week in Nature, there weren't too many surprises in what they found, but the ability to do this sort of science opens up a new era of Pompeiian archaeological treasure. Faced with covid lockdowns and unable to observe in the wild, elephant conservationists Nachiketha Sharma and Sanjeeta Sharma Pocharel decided to see if videos uploaded to YouTube could enlighten science on rare behaviours of Asian elephants. African Elephants are known to have a strange fascination, even respect, for the death of other elephant individuals, especially those near to their families such as calves and parents. Asian elephants' thanatological (death related) behaviour is less well observed however. But the researchers turned to videos of strange grieving-like behaviour to begin a catalogue of the different reactions such as carrying dead calves, standing guard, or vocalizing. They dedicate their work, published by the Royal Society, to the elephants involved. This sort of research, using video observations captured and shared by members of the public are proving rather useful to zoologists and animal behaviourists. Ximena Nelson of the University of Canterbury in New Zealand was one of the first scientists to suggest the usefulness of trawling the internet for odd video of animals and explains a bit more to Vic. Presented by Victoria Gill Produced by Alex Mansfield

The Issue Is
249: Gavin Newsom, James Gallagher, Pete Aguilar, John Myers

The Issue Is

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 21:45


This week, Elex is joined by Governor Gavin Newsom to discuss the state's surplus and California's tax system. California Assembly Minority Leader James Gallagher stops by to discuss inflation, gas prices and the GOP's 2022 outlook. Rep. Pete Aguilar weighs in on this week's Jan. 6 committee hearings and LA Times Sacramento bureau chief John Myers discusses his retirement from journalism.

The 1% Club with James Krause
James Krause & James Gallagher's betting plays for UFC Vegas | The 1% Club Podcast with James Krause

The 1% Club with James Krause

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 21:22


Bellator MMA & Glory fighter James Gallagher & James Krause break down this weekends UFC card

John and Ken on Demand
John & Ken Show Hour 2 (05/25)

John and Ken on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 32:22


James Gallagher comes on the show to talk about the effort to repeal the gas tax in the state of California. Don't store your avocados in water. Steve Gregory comes on the show to talk about Operation Safe travel.

Brexitcast
Monkeypox Business

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 33:06


What is it and how worried should we be? James Gallagher has the latest, as 11 cases of monkeypox are confirmed in the UK. Sue Gray's Partygate report is expected next week. Adam is joined by Alex Forsyth and former Downing Street Director of Comms, Craig Oliver, to talk it through. And what do you get when you mix politics with theatre? A Tony Blair rock opera, apparently! Harry Hill and his writing partner, Steve Baker, tell all. Today's Newscast was made by Alix Pickles and Cordelia Hemming. The technical producer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.

Health Check
New trial results of a fourth Covid booster

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 26:26


Brand new results of a fourth Covid booster trial, with a mix and match approach including half doses, reveals good news for global vaccine rollout. BBC Health and Science correspondent James Gallagher explains. Plus evidence from Ohio where Professor Ihuoma Eneli's new paper shows how weight gain increased markedly in low-income US children and teenagers during early Covid-19. And the science of dreams, Claudia Hammond speaks to Brazilian neuroscientist Sidarta Ribeiro about his new wide ranging book The Oracle of Night. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: A patient who has received a fourth Covid-19 vaccination in Rieti, Italy. Photo credit: Riccardo Fabi/NurPhoto/Getty Images.)

Health Check
New trial results of a fourth Covid booster

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 26:26


Brand new results of a fourth Covid booster trial, with a mix and match approach including half doses, reveals good news for global vaccine rollout. BBC Health and Science correspondent James Gallagher explains. Plus evidence from Ohio where Professor Ihuoma Eneli's new paper shows how weight gain increased markedly in low-income US children and teenagers during early Covid-19. And the science of dreams, Claudia Hammond speaks to Brazilian neuroscientist Sidarta Ribeiro about his new wide ranging book The Oracle of Night. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: A patient who has received a fourth Covid-19 vaccination in Rieti, Italy. Photo credit: Riccardo Fabi/NurPhoto/Getty Images.)

The John Phillips Show
James Gallagher

The John Phillips Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 34:43


John fixes California with Assemblyman James Gallagher See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Issue Is
239: Sen. Bob Hertzberg, Assembly Minority Leader James Gallagher, and Comedian Matthew Friend

The Issue Is

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 19:56


In the aftermath of the Sacramento shooting, CA state Senator Bob Hertzberg (D) and Assembly Minority Leader James Gallagher (R) talk gun control and criminal justice reform. Comedian Matthew Friend is back, showing off his impressions, including presidents Trump and Obama, Dr. Fauci, Senators McConnell and Sanders, Gov. Newsom, Howard Stern, and more.

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton
Ep. 87: California Politicians Can't Quit Covid ft. James Gallagher & Kevin Kiley

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 43:13


Steve is sent a list of crazy Covid laws that are being sent to the floor and it is blowing his mind. Asm. Leader James Gallagher & Asm. Kevin Kiley take us behind the scenes to break down what is going on and how to fight back against these crazy laws being passed. 

Next Round
California Burning – Panel Discussion

Next Round

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 62:38


California once again experienced one of the largest wildfires in state history in 2021, in the shadow of a severe drought that is increasing fire danger. In this panel discussion from PRI's annual Ideas in Action Conference in Sacramento, policy experts discuss what can be done to reduce wildfires and reform the state's water policies.  The speakers include Steven Greenhut, author of the PRI book Winning the Water Wars; the Hon. Daniel Kolkey, PRI Board Member and Chair of the California Reform Committee; the Hon. James Gallagher, California State Assemblymember of the 3rd District; and Brian Isom, Research Manager, Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State University.

Below Average Joe's MMA Podcast
Ep. 192 - UFC Columbus and ONE X Preview | Jorge Masvidal and Colby Covington Beef Far From Over

Below Average Joe's MMA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 94:28


Time Stamps: (0:00) - Intro (4:49) - Jorge Masvidal and Colby Covington have an altercation outside of steakhouse in Miami (18:13) - UFC Columbus Main Event Preview: (4) Curtis Blaydes vs (9) Chris Daukaus (27:05) - UFC Columbus Preview: (2) Askar Askarov vs (6) Kai Kara-France (35:34) - ONE X Special Rules Super Fight Preview: Rodtang vs Demetrious Johnson (44:21) - Fight Announcements (C) Juliana Velasquez vs (2) Liz Carmouche SCHEDULED for Bellator 278 on April 22 James Gallagher and Sergio Pettis OUT of the Bantamweight Grand Prix (1) Juan Archuleta vs (3) Raufeon Stots SCHEDULED for Bellator 279 on April 23 (C) Yaroslav Amosov OUT vs (1) Michael Page, replaced by (4) Logan Storley for Bellator 281 on May 13 (14) Santiago Ponzinibbio vs Michel Pereira SCHEDULED for UFC Fight Night on May 21 (1:00:25) - Things We Missed PFL Announces its season schedule starting Wednesday, April 20 (lightweights and light heavyweights) (1:03:05) - THE REST (Other notable fights to look out for this weekend) ONE X: (C) Angela Lee vs Stamp Fairtex ONE X: (C) Adriano Moraes vs Yuya Wakamatsu ONE X: Shinya Aoki vs Yoshihiro Akiyama UFC Columbus: (7) Joanne Wood vs (9) Alexa Grasso UFC Columbus: Matt Brown vs Bryan Barberena UFC Columbus: (9) Neil Magny vs Max Griffin UFC Columbus: (4) Jennifer Maia vs (13) Manon Fiorot (1:33:01) - Follow our social media + Interact and engage with the show! Be sure to follow us on all platforms to stay updated on future episodes and announcements: Our Linktree can take you straight to our Donation and Voice Message options, video episodes on YouTube, social media platforms, and more! Simply click the following link and explore where you can support, engage and interact with our podcast: https://linktr.ee/baj_mmapodcast Thanks for listening! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/belowaveragejoes-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/belowaveragejoes-podcast/support

Inside Health
The Power of the Dog

Inside Health

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 29:34


This week James Gallagher finds out if the Power of the Dog is true. No not the movie, but the claim that dogs can make us live longer. He's also doing press ups in the studio to see if small amounts of muscle building exercise can help boost our health no matter how old we are. Then, inspired by the last episode on long Covid, James goes in search of the lost art of convalescence.

Brexitcast
TWOS-cast

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 32:34


As the daily pod turns two, we're still wrestling with Covid. Self-isolating at home following a positive lateral flow test, Adam - along with the BBC's James Gallagher in the studio - reflects on that televised Downing Street briefing two years ago to the day, when it became clear that our lives would never be the same again. Also, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian aid worker detained for six years in Iran on charges of spying, has finally been released by Tehran. Adam discusses the news with Ceri Thomas, host of the podcast Nazanin, and journalist Jason Rezaian, who spent 18 months in an Iranian prison. Today's Newscast was made by Tim Walklate, with John Murphy and Ben Cooper. The studio director was Hannah Montgomery. The assistant editor was Alison Gee.

The John Phillips Show
James Gallagher

The John Phillips Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 33:33


John fixes California with Assemblyman James Gallagher See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Health Check
Black women and breast cancer

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 27:17


Breast cancer makes up a third of all cancer diagnoses for black women and for those with the most common type of cancer, ER-positive (estrogen or oestrogen positive) cancers, black women are 42% more likely to die of the disease than white women. The reasons for these disparities are complex and include socio-economic factors and racism. There is also a historical absence of samples from black women in research databases and lack of inclusion in clinical trials. Researchers at Stanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute at La Jolla, California in the US have discovered significant differences at the molecular level which could explain some of the disparities. In research published in the journal, Therapeutic Advances in Medical Oncology, Dr Svasti Haricharan and her team found significant differences in black women in the all-important DNA damage repair genes, the proteins which form our body's first line of defence against damage to our DNA. Dr Haricharan tells Marnie Chesterton that these findings have real-world implications for the treatments black women should be offered and when. GP Dr Ann Robinson joins Marnie to discuss a new study which suggests people with high blood pressure who take paracetamol on prescription, could be increasing their risk of heart attacks and strokes. University of Edinburgh researchers published in the journal, Circulation, trial results which suggest that although taking the painkiller for headaches and fever is safe, doctors should think twice about the risks and benefits to patients taking it over many months. The trial tracked volunteers, two-thirds of whom were taking drugs for high blood pressure, or hypertension. Paracetamol, the results showed, increased blood pressure, which is one of the most important risk factors for heart attacks and strokes. Group B Streptococcus is an infection which causes almost 100,000 new-born deaths, at least 46,000 stillbirths, and significant long-term disability for babies around the world. The bacterium is harmless for most pregnant women who carry it but it can be extremely serious when it passes to babies during pregnancy, childbirth or in the early weeks of life. James Gallagher reports on the merits of testing for Group B Strep and talks to Dr Kate Walker, Professor of Obstetrics at the University of Nottingham in the UK about a large, randomised controlled trial she is leading which will provide much-needed evidence about how best to protect babies from this dangerous infection. And Dr Ann Robinson shares with Marnie new research which focuses on the best ways to avoid and treat gout and how playing games on your mobile could help you to quit smoking. Presenter: Marnie Chesterton Producers: Paula McGrath and Fiona Hill (Picture: A senior woman looking through a window. Photo credit: FG Trade/Getty Images.)

Health Check
New research on the Omicron variant

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 27:27


New research on the Omicron variant unpicked by James Gallagher, BBC health and science correspondent. Plus many people listen to music for hours every day, and often near bedtime in the hope of a good night's sleep. But if you can't get the tune out of your head could this be counter-productive? In new research, neuropsychologist Michael Scullin of Baylor University has looked at the rarely studied effect of these so called earworms. And could fish oils one day be used to treat some forms of severe depression? Claudia hears from Alessandra Borsini of King's College London who has been examining the impact of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in the lab and has followed up with a promising trial on severely depressed patients. Plus James Gallagher explains that despite there being no evidence 5G mobile networks are harmful many types of necklaces and accessories claiming to "protect" people from 5G have hit the market. Now the Dutch authority for nuclear safety and radiation protection warns that with long term use such anti-5G products themselves could be harmful due to radioactive concerns. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: Omicron variant (B.1.1.529): Immunofluorescence staining of uninfected and infected Vero E6 cells. Photo credit: Microbiology HKU/BSIP/Universal Images Group via Getty Images.)

Health Check
Omicron update

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 26:28


Omicron update from James Gallagher, the BBC Health and Science Correspondent. And as New Zealand announce plans to ban cigarette sales to the next generation born after 2008, Claudia reviews the psychological evidence for such a policy working with Professor Robert West. And with wild birds migrating many countries are seeing an increase in Bird Flu. Dr Richard Webby, director of the World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Studies on the Ecology of Influenza in Animals and Birds, explains the risk to human health is low but the implications are high. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: A doctor with a blood sample of Covid-19 Omicron variant. Photo credit: Yalcinsonat1/Gerry Images.)

MMA Fighting
We Got Next | A Fired Up Danny Sabatello & Victorious Vince Morales

MMA Fighting

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 48:44


With the Bellator bantamweight grand prix recently announced for 2022, one fighter in particular feels like he deserved his opportunity to vie for the world title and $1 million. This week on We Got Next, Bellator 135-pounder Danny Sabatello (3:08) reacts to being left off of the bracket, discusses why he believes James Gallagher is the most egregious name in the eight-man slate, not being impressed with Sergio Pettis' last two fights or his recent spinning back fist KO of Kyoji Horiguchi at Bellator 272 this past Friday, how Bellator's bantamweights match up with the UFC's, being ready to be an alternate if called upon, and wanting to welcome Gervonta Davis to MMA. Vince Morales (28:07) recaps his KO win over Louis Smolka this past Saturday at UFC Vegas 44, talks what being the first to knock Smolka out means to him, not getting a bonus, what has changed since his loss to Chris Gutierrez and why he was thankful for that experience, 2021 being his breakout year for a number of reasons, his callout of Nathaniel Wood, and his goals for 2022. Follow Mike Heck: @MikeHeck_JR Subscribe: http://goo.gl/dYpsgH Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/u8VvLi Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/eFhsvM Like MMAF on Facebook: http://goo.gl/uhdg7Z Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/nOATUI Read More: http://www.mmafighting.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Health Check
Covid cases across Europe

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 27:04


James Gallagher, BBC health and science correspondent, examines Covid case rates across Europe. A report on a new study documenting the incidence of Typhoid in three capital cities - Blantyre, Malawi and Kathmandu, Nepal, for the first time - plus updated estimates in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Claudia discusses the role of antibiotic resistance and gets an update on a new vaccine for the disease. Remembering Professor Sir Michael Rutter, ‘the father of child psychiatry' who died recently. And can house work help your memory? Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Erika Wright (Picture: A crowded street in Brussels, Belgium in November 2021. Photo credit: Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency/Getty images.)

The Pottscast
James Gallagher

The Pottscast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 55:20


Welcome to the first episode of the Anniversary month of The Pottscast, 1-year-old, we are starting it out with a huge guest, James Gallagher, The Strabanimal, James is a 135ib killer who has his sights firmly set on the Bellator Bantamweight title, held by Sergio Pettis. On the show, we talk about James' journey so far, growing up in Strabane wanting to fight, moving to Dublin at 14 to train under Coach Kavanagh at SBG, friendship with Conor McGregor, and much more. https://www.instagram.com/thepottscast/