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    Sky News Daily
    Ukraine War Diaries: EP19 - Combat stress, stoicism & a special journey (Aug 8-12)

    Sky News Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 8:00


    After months of war, Oksana begins to experience vivid destructive thoughts. Recording while returning from the frontline, Seva shares important news about his father.Meanwhile, Ilyas is given clearance to make a special journey to Poland. BACKGROUNDOksana, 35, works in overseas education. She lives with her husband, Seva, in an apartment complex in central Kyiv and has remained in the Ukrainian capital since the war started. Many of Oksana's closest friends have left the country to begin new lives in Europe. Some may never return. She's determined to stay.Seva, 40, is a company CEO and husband to Oksana. Before the war, he travelled across Europe for business. Now, he makes regular supply drops of medical aid and rations to Ukrainian troops on the front line in Eastern Ukraine. He's originally from a small village near Dnipro. Ilyas is an IT specialist and married father who fled from Kyiv to Lviv shortly after the war started. His wife Natalia, and two young sons are taking refuge in Poland.As of August 2022, Ilyas is back living in the family apartment in Kyiv and working, in part, for the Ukrainian government on various projects. Ukraine War Diaries uses first-person audio, recorded on the ground in Ukraine, to give an intimate day-to-day perspective of life in a war zone.EP20 diary entries were recorded using WhatsApp voice note. From the producers of Sky News' multi-award winning series – StoryCast. Producer Rob MulhernEditing Paul StanworthDigital Promotion David Chipakupaku

    STORYCAST
    Ukraine War Diaries: EP19 - Combat stress, stoicism & a special journey (Aug 8-12)

    STORYCAST

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 8:00


    After months of war Oksana begins to experience vivid destructive thoughts. Recording while returning from the frontline, Seva shares important news about his father.Meanwhile, Ilyas is given clearance to make a special journey to Poland. BACKGROUNDOksana, 35, works in overseas education. She lives with her husband, Seva, in an apartment complex in central Kyiv and has remained in the Ukrainian capital since the war started. Many of Oksana's closest friends have left the country to begin new lives in Europe. Some may never return. She's determined to stay.Seva, 40, is a company CEO and husband to Oksana. Before the war, he travelled across Europe for business. Now, he makes regular supply drops of medical aid and rations to Ukrainian troops on the front line in Eastern Ukraine. He's originally from a small village near Dnipro. Ilyas is an IT specialist and married father who fled from Kyiv to Lviv shortly after the war started. His wife Natalia, and two young sons are taking refuge in Poland.As of August 2022, Ilyas is back living in the family apartment in Kyiv and working, in part, for the Ukrainian government on various projects. Ukraine War Diaries uses first-person audio, recorded on the ground in Ukraine, to give an intimate day-to-day perspective of life in a war zone.EP20 diary entries were recorded using WhatsApp voice note. From the producers of Sky News' multi-award winning series – StoryCast. Producer Rob MulhernEditing Paul StanworthDigital Promotion David Chipakupaku

    Binah
    Binah: Dispatches from Warsaw on the Ukrainian aid response

    Binah

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 58:59


    Rabbi Batshir Torchio of the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, Aleksandra Makuch of the Taube Center for Jewish Life & Learning in Warsaw, and Marta Saracyn of the JCC in Warsaw report on the Ukrainian aid response in Poland.

    Deep Look: Ultiworld's Weekly Podcast
    US Open and YCC Recaps

    Deep Look: Ultiworld's Weekly Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 63:51


    Charlie and Keith discuss the top teams at the US Open, look at the standouts from YCC, and the implications on the wider scene. They also check-in with the goings on at the WJUC in Poland.Check out our sponsor, Sunset Lake CBD: sunsetlakecbd.com (use promo code 'deeplook').

    Explaining Ukraine
    Who are Ukrainians, and what do they want? | Ep. 132

    Explaining Ukraine

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 51:20


    We are analyzing the key features of the Ukrainian civic and political identity: a long history of fighting against tyranny, a culture of self-organization, dynamism of social change, and a bottom-up understanding of politics. This episode is made in partnership with VoiCEE, a podcast from Central and Eastern Europe, launched by Notes from Poland together with several independent media outlets in this region. Hosts: Volodymyr Yermolenko, Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor of UkraineWorld.org, and Tetyana Ogarkova, Ukrainian scholar and journalist, in charge of international outreach at the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre. Support us on patreon.com/ukraineworld

    Aires On Air Podcast
    Episode 12: Aires Immigration - Poland

    Aires On Air Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 30:43


    During this fourth episode in the series, Tamazin Griffiths, Immigration Specialist at Aires chats with Dr. Michal Kacprzyk, Senior Lawyer Account Manager at Raczkowski about Poland immigration.

    ASCO Daily News
    Update from Poland: Cancer Care for Ukrainian Refugees

    ASCO Daily News

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 20:58


    Professor Piotr Rutkowski, of the Maria-Sklodowska-Curie National Research Institute, discusses how Poland is managing the influx of 5 million Ukrainian refugees since the war began and tells host Dr. John Sweetenham, of the UT Southwestern Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, about the future health needs of Ukrainian refugees with cancer. TRANSCRIPT  Dr. John Sweetenham: Hello. I'm Dr. John Sweetenham, the associate director for Clinical Affairs at UT Southwestern's Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center and host of the ASCO Daily News podcast. My guest today is Professor Piotr Rutkowski, who leads the department of Soft Tissue and Bone Sarcoma and Melanoma at the Maria Sklodowska-Curie National Research Institute of Oncology in Warsaw, Poland. Prof. Rutkowski is also the deputy director for the National Oncological Strategy and Clinical Trials, and serves as president of the Polish Oncological Society. Prof. Rutkowski spoke with us earlier this year as millions of people were fleeing the war in Ukraine, and he described the really remarkable response from both the Polish government and his institution to this crisis. He's back on the podcast today to tell us about cancer care for Ukrainian refugees 5 months into the conflict, and how health systems are coping with the influx of millions of refugees. He will also share his insights on the kind of support that will be needed long-term to care for these patients in the future. Our full disclosures are available in the show notes and disclosures relating to all guests on the podcast can be found on our transcripts at asco.org/podcasts. Professor Rutkowski, thank you for being on the podcast today. It's been about 4 months since we last spoke. How are you doing? Dr. Piotr Rutkowski: I'm very privileged that we can speak again. I'm talking probably on behalf of many Polish physicians and citizens involved with this dramatic situation of war in Ukraine and helping our patients and citizens from Ukraine. And I feel okay, but of course, the situation is still dramatic, and we don't know what will happen during the next months. What we can tell, first, is what has been changed for these last 4 months, it is the number. So as of now, almost 5 million people from Ukraine crossed the border between Ukraine and Poland. And we can estimate that about 3 million refugees stay temporary or maybe even permanently in our country. This is a completely new situation because it means that it's about 10% of our citizens now. And what didn't change but still the cancer care for Ukrainian patients is the extension of regular cancer care within our national oncology network and our national health fund with this Polish insurance system. And this is the same for patients in Poland. And so all refugees from Ukraine are entitled to receive the same care as citizens of Poland. Still, this extraordinary legislation, which was adopted by the Polish parliament, covers all the refugees of war, social security, and health insurance. And we have a better situation because all comprehensive cancer centers or major cancer centers organize the help with a hotline, not only on the level of the whole country but also on the center level in the Ukrainian language. And the majority of these centers have staff speaking the Ukrainian language. Moreover, what I can say as a president of Polish Oncological Society, recently, with the help of an educational grant, we bought electronic translators for major oncological cancer centers. So they can help in the situation, like in the emergency situation, when we have access to live talk. So they can be used in that situation. And in my opinion, it is very, very helpful. So this is the current situation. And of course, I will present further the structure of oncological patients from Ukraine in Poland now and what's been done. Dr. John Sweetenham: Thank you. It's really quite extraordinary to grasp that your patient population almost overnight increased by 10%. That's just quite extraordinary. What aspects of the cancer care would you say are working well at the moment and what are your greatest remaining challenges with this population as of now? Dr. Piotr Rutkowski: First, with this challenge for the pediatric cancer population, and about 1,000 children with cancer were evacuated from Ukraine. They were transported to the Ukrainian hub near Lviv in western Ukraine and thereafter to Polish hub. And with help of many nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and many organizations, many hospitals from Europe but also U.S. and Canada, many institutions helped within this operation to transfer after triage the pediatric, so children with cancer, to Polish, German, and U.S. physicians. So more than 1,000 children were transferred to these different hospitals around the world—so Europe, the USA, and Canada. But of course, when we look at specific other issues with Ukraine refugees with cancer, first we have a very extraordinary situation and demography because the majority are women with children and only a very small percentage of males, mostly in older age. So when we looked at the cost of hospital admission of patients from Ukraine until May, the signs and symptoms were not in abnormal laboratory tests, or not otherwise classified. So generally, [these were] different conditions, mostly internal conditions. The second one was obstetric gynecology, so pregnancy, childbirth, etc. And the third in the rank were neoplastic diseases. I looked also carefully how it looks on the level of our institution because Maria Sklodowska-Curie National Research Institution is the largest oncological center in Poland. And we have the central part in Warsaw, but also we have 2 branches in Poland. So when we looked at the populations, all together, we had about 1,000 visits with new patients in our institutions. And number 1 was breast cancer. And second were gastrointestinal, and thereafter gynecology. And the fourth in the rank was melanoma and also soft tissue tumors or cancers probably related to the younger population. But melanoma was also relatively frequent. But number 1 was breast and reconstructive in all our branches. And of course, the distribution of patients is also different. In the whole of Poland, the largest numbers are in our region because probably because Warsaw is the largest city in Poland. So they have a lot of relatives or colleagues. So about 20% of patients from Ukraine are concentrated in our region, but more than 10% are also near Katowice or Gliwice. So it's Silesia and also near Krakow. So this central and southeastern part of Poland have the majority of Ukrainian patients now. However, of course, some of the patients were also transferred to other parts of Poland. But as I said, in some of the departments, more than 10% of patients are now from Ukraine, especially in breast cancer units and also gynecological units. When I look in the department which I'm chairing, department of soft tissue, bone sarcoma, and melanoma, we have mostly patients from Ukraine involved in the treatment of advanced melanoma, some with earlier stages, and some patients with sarcoma, especially if they were contacted by physicians from Ukraine specifically for this type of disease. But generally, the state of disease is a little bit more advanced. So, many of these patients are receiving neoadjuvant therapy in breast cancer or they are going directly to treatment of stage IV disease with modern drugs like immunotherapy or targeted therapy for melanoma. This is also the real situation. One of my points I want to mention is, if the access to the cancer care, regular cancer care probably is good for patients, but the problem with communication exists, and still I think that patients or citizens from Ukraine do not participate too much in prevention programs because the participation in mammography, cytology for cervical cancer and other screening programs are at very low levels. So, of course, it's a new situation for these people. But still, probably it will be one of the points for which we have to undertake some strategies. Because we do not know how to get information on if they will be staying longer in our country what we can anticipate for next months and even years. So this can be problematic because it means that we'll have more and more advanced stages of disease. Dr. John Sweetenham: It's very interesting, and of course not surprising, that you have this very skewed demographic of predominantly female patients. I wonder whether you have any insights into whether the—maybe resistance to screening is the wrong word—but the reluctance to be screened? Is that do you think, a reflection of screening services in Ukraine? Or do you think it relates more to the current stresses and priorities that these patients face? Dr. Piotr Rutkowski: I think whether it's first for our colleagues from Ukraine, it's a new situation, and they still are not in a normal life. So I agree that first, of course, the participation in the screening programs in Ukraine is on the lower level, but still, maybe the people do not consider staying here, staying at home, of course, and staying in their own country. So they are a little bit in between of normal life and living as refugees only. So they did not start all normal activities. And of course, the information about the screening programs, about the normally functioning health care, it's also probably a little bit more difficult for them because they may not understand all the details of our health care. So I think that it is one of the points which we have to think about for new strategical enterprises in the coming months. So as I mentioned, for normal access to health care, I do not foresee now that it's problematic. Of course, it can be problematic if we'll have a shortage of our people. But still, we can manage this on a regular level. But as I mentioned, when I talked to our colleagues from the department of prevention, the percentage of the people who are coming for screening programs is very low as compared to the total number of refugees. Dr. John Sweetenham: You mentioned that the future for many of the Ukrainian refugees is uncertain at the moment. Now that the heaviest fighting appears to be concentrated on the east of the country, are you seeing any signs that Ukrainian patients will be able to go home for their treatments at any point in the near future? Dr. Piotr Rutkowski: Yes, I think so. Some of the refugees even started to come back home to Western Ukraine, especially when they felt that it was a little bit safer. But as we know, still the situation on the front and the plans of the Russian invaders are not predictable. So we cannot say how even we can behave in this situation. So, for example, in my hospital, we have psychologists from Ukraine who first escaped from Donbas to Kharkiv. And when Kharkiv started to be shelled by bombs, they escaped to Poland. So it's sometimes really dramatic fates for these people. So, of course, the movements between the border are relatively high because some of the people are trying to come back because they feel more comfortable in their homeland, in the country where they can all speak one language, but others they feel they've started to adapt to in living in Poland and we have more and more patients who are accompanied by people speaking Polish. So they started to try to live more normally in our country. I also noticed that we have some patients from Ukraine in the clinical trials. Of course, we also adapted the informed consent and some information sheets into the Ukrainian language. So Ukrainian patients interested in taking part in clinical trials are also included based on normal inclusion criteria. This is also important that we can propose this to patients from Ukraine because if they want to stay longer so they can get extra treatment within the frame of clinical trials. What is also interesting with our National Science Center is that it started to support researchers who are fleeing from war. And they prepared the special funding scheme for researchers from Ukraine to encourage the grant winners to employ researchers from Ukraine on ongoing projects. So there are many specific actions to adapt the citizens of Ukraine in Poland, and of course allow them to undertake normal work. We also allowed for specific temporary work in health care for physicians and nurses. And as it was announced recently by the Polish Minister of Health, more than 2,000 physicians from Ukraine decided to work in the Polish health system. So this is what we can do now. And probably we can do follow-up in half a year again. We'll see what will happen. Dr. John Sweetenham: I thank your responsiveness and that view of government. So this situation has been really remarkable and also remarkably quick. And as you've already pointed out, these patients are going to have needs for many months and many years to come. And you've touched on some of those, specifically the needs around cancer screening. Do you have any other insights into what you think the most pressing future needs for these refugees will be? And then what support your health system, which is presumably already overstretched, what additional support will it need to cope with the ongoing demands and needs of this population? Dr. Piotr Rutkowski: We really appreciate the help from the international community with material for our Ukrainian patients. Probably the next step will be a specific maybe European Union (EU) fund for a health care system which is affected now by numbers of patients from Ukraine, because, of course, we are doing this with our internal Polish funds. But I don't know how it would affect the next year with regular health service in Poland. So this is one of the points. The second point, of course, which we are always afraid of is the situation with the staff shortage for regular health care because Poland, generally in our part of Europe, we can see the shortage of nurses and educated oncological physicians. This is what we included in our national oncological strategy. However, we didn't anticipate it would have such an extraordinary situation which we have to face now. So these points can be one of the problems which can be raised next month. Dr. John Sweetenham: And so you you've indicated the potential support from the EU and other international agencies. I wonder if we could take that question a little bit further to the international oncology community, including organizations like ASCO, the European Cancer Organization (ECO), the American Cancer Society, and others, who've been collaborating to support Ukrainian patients and the oncology community in Poland and in the region. How do you think the international oncology community can continue to respond and help in the coming months and years? Dr. Piotr Rutkowski: It seems that it's a very continuous effort. So we have regular meetings between the national representatives, ECO, as you mentioned, ASCO, and also some NGOs to discuss the hottest problems with the situation in Europe and also how we can find solutions. Colleagues from Ukraine are also asking us about these specific issues like access to radiation therapy and the possibility to transfer the patients because the equipment is not working perfectly in the whole of Ukraine. This effort is very, very important. I feel that it will be a very excellent platform for next month, maybe for next year. I think that it's extraordinary because it was organized very fast, and it was not temporary, but it seems that it will be continuous for a long time. As I mentioned in this platform, we can exchange some materials, and some information very quickly and in an efficient way. I would like to thank you, ASCO, and ECO for the organization of this platform. Dr. John Sweetenham: Well, Professor Rutkowski, I want to thank you again for taking the time to join us for a follow-up discussion regarding the situation in your country with respect to Ukraine, and express, once again, our respect and admiration for the way that you and your colleagues and your country have responded to the crisis. It's been a real pleasure having you on the podcast today. So thank you for joining. Dr. Piotr Rutkowski: Thank you very much. Goodbye. Dr. John Sweetenham: And thank you to our listeners for your time today. If you're enjoying the content on the ASCO Daily News podcast, please take a moment to rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts.   Disclosures: Dr. John Sweetenham: Consulting or Advisory Role: EMA Wellness Dr. Piotr Rutkowski: Honoraria: Bristol-Myers Squibb, MSD, Novartis, Roche, Pfizer, Pierre Fabre, Sanofi, and Merck Consulting or Advisory Role: Novartis, Blueprint Medicines, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Pierre Fabre, MSD, Amgen Speakers' Bureau: Pfizer, Novartis, Pierre Fabre Research Funding (institution): Novartis, Roche, Bristol-Myers Squibb Travel, Accommodations, Expenses: Orphan Europe, Pierre Fabre Disclaimer: The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement.    

    Shades Midweek
    Episode 121 - The Email Corridor (Matt Theus, Josh McClung & Avery Crump)

    Shades Midweek

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 63:42


    This week we camped out in the email corridor to read and answer your emails! We discussed the Shades Midweek Taco Tour, cults, social media and more! To find out more about the McClungs returning to Poland go here: https://express.adobe.com/page/hOSKfIaj1d5L9/ JM's Album of the Week: The Mars Volta - De-Loused In The Comatorium Bradford's Book Club: Stolen Focus: Why You Can't Pay Attention -- and How To Think Deeply Again by Johann Hari

    Identity Talk 4 Educators LIVE
    "Real Men Teach" (Curtis Valentine)

    Identity Talk 4 Educators LIVE

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 67:28


    In this episode, I welcome Curtis Valentine to the podcast to share his journey in education, his earlier life as a Peace Corps volunteer, the founding of Real Men Teach, and so much more! To learn more about Real Men Teach, you can visit the organization's website at realmenteach.com or follow them on Twitter (@RealMenTeach2) and Instagram (@realmenteach). BIO: Curtis Valentine is Co-Director of the Progressive Policy Institute's Reinventing America's Schools Project. Curtis comes to this position with over 15 years experience in local, state, federal, and international education policy. Curtis currently serves as Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland, College Park and as At-Large member of the Prince George's County (MD) Board of Education. Prior to joining the Progressive Policy Institute, Curtis served as Consultant to the National Council on Teacher Quality. In the past, Curtis served as Executive Director for State Relations with Connections Education, a virtual K-12 public school provider, where he directed state level education policy in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Maryland, and Virginia. Prior to joining Connections Education, Curtis was International Affairs Fellow (IAF) with the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Curtis was the first IAF posted to the Education Department where he served in Secretary Arne Duncan's Office of International Affairs. As a fellow, Curtis promoted American economic competitiveness by examining the education reform efforts of four developed countries (Finland, Poland, Canada, and South Africa). Curtis is a graduate of Morehouse College and Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. At Harvard Kennedy School's Commencement, Curtis received the highest student honor: the Robert F. Kennedy award for excellence in public service for his work in post-Katrina New Orleans. After graduating from Morehouse College, Curtis joined the Peace Corps and traveled to South Africa where he led a professional development-training program for primary school educators. After two years, Curtis returned to the Maryland and became an 8th grade Language Arts Teacher. A former appointee to the Governor's Workforce Investment Board in Maryland, Curtis is a Contributor to the Huffington Post, the Washington Post, The Atlantic, the National Council on Teacher Quality Blog, and the Council on Foreign Relation's Renewing America blog. Curtis is married to Dr. Daria Valentine, a Middle School Principal, and father to Curtis and Ivy Valentine, both public school students. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/identitytalk4educators/support

    Daily Halacha Podcast - Daily Halacha By Rabbi Eli J. Mansour
    The Miraculous Preservation of Our Torah Tradition

    Daily Halacha Podcast - Daily Halacha By Rabbi Eli J. Mansour

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 6:41 Very Popular


    Rav Yechiel Michel Epstein (1829-1908), in the introduction to the Hoshen Mishpat section of his Aruch Ha'shulhan, makes an important observation about our millennia-old Halachic tradition (listen to audio recording for precise citation). He notes that although we find in the Talmud many disputes on a wide range of Halachic issues, there are no disagreements regarding the fundamental definitions of the Misvot. The arguments among the Hachamim relate only to the details of the Misvot, but not to their basic definitions. An Am Ha'aretz (individual who is ignorant of Torah) might have the impression that Rabbis argue over every issue about Halacha, and there is no uniformity at all. But this is far from true. There are many disputes relating to the details, but the fundamental aspects of the Misvot are, and always have been, universally accepted.The Aruch Ha'shulhan cites numerous examples to illustrate his point. There is no disagreement, he observes, on the definition of the Torah's requirement to take a "Peri Etz Hadar" on Sukkot; all Sages always followed the assumption that this phrase refers to an Etrog. Likewise, it was universally accepted that when the Torah establishes the liability of "an eye for an eye," it means monetary compensation, and not literally removing an eye. No Talmud scholar or student ever questioned whether the Tefillin Shel Rosh is made with four compartments, or whether there are two sections of the Torah written inside the Mezuza. And all Sages in every generation agreed on the number of Berachot in the Amida prayer (eighteen plus the additional Beracha of Ve'la'minim), the number of Berachot recited before and after Shema, and the basic text of Pesukeh De'zimra. There are, of course, technical differences regarding the details of the text. Sepharadim recite the text of "Ahabat Olam," whereas many Ashkenazim say "Ahaba Rabba." Sepharadim recite "Hodu" before "Baruch She'amar," whereas Ashkenazim recite it after "Baruch She'amar." But there is and always has been uniformity regarding the basic structure of these prayer services. The Aruch Ha'shulhan also notes the uniformity regarding the basic prohibitions of Shabbat and Yom Tob. True, there are many differences of opinion regarding the technical details of how these prohibitions apply, but all accept the basic thirty-nine categories of forbidden activities. And all Jews across the world, from one end of the earth until the other, always begin and end Shabbat at the same time.The Aruch Ha'shulhan emphasizes the point that this observation provides compelling proof to the authenticity of our Halachic tradition. Even though Jews in different countries had no communication with one another for centuries (they did not have telephones or email…), they observed the same traditions, with only minor, technical differences distinguishing the communities from one another. If a Jew from Yemen, for example, would have traveled to a Jewish community in Eastern Europe, he would have observed the same Shabbat and participated in the same basic liturgical service as he did back home. The Jews in Poland and Austria followed the same basic Torah tradition as the Jews in Baghdad, Tripoli and Tunis. As the Aruch Ha'shulhan observes, this was true even before the publication of the Shulhan Aruch some four hundred years ago which unified world Jewry under a single Halachic code.And this is an extraordinary miracle. Normally, traditions are lost and forgotten over time. But God gave us His promise that "Lo Tishachah Mi'pi Zar'o" (Debarim 31:21) – that the Torah will never be forgotten from among the Jewish people. The miracle of the preservation of a uniform Torah tradition – notwithstanding the numerous discrepancies in the fine details – testifies to the fulfillment of this promise, and to the eternal truth of our ancient Halachic tradition.

    One of Us
    Infestation: Annecy Animation Fest 2022 – The Glassworker

    One of Us

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 18:19


    INFESTATION: ANNECY ANIMATION FEST 2022 – THE GLASSWORKER Our man in Poland, Maciej Kur (check out his comic books Lil and Put and the soon to be released in America Dollicious as well as the Netflix animated series he wrote Kayko and Kokosh) got to go to the best animation festival in the world, the… Read More »Infestation: Annecy Animation Fest 2022 – The Glassworker

    Highly Suspect Reviews
    Infestation: Annecy Animation Fest 2022 – The Glassworker

    Highly Suspect Reviews

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 18:19


    INFESTATION: ANNECY ANIMATION FEST 2022 – THE GLASSWORKER Our man in Poland, Maciej Kur (check out his comic books Lil and Put and the soon to be released in America Dollicious as well as the Netflix animated series he wrote Kayko and Kokosh) got to go to the best animation festival in the world, the… Read More »Infestation: Annecy Animation Fest 2022 – The Glassworker

    The Brett Winterble Show
    Breaking Brett Jensen -- Live From Warsaw

    The Brett Winterble Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 9:19


    Today on the Brett Winterble Show we reconnect with Brett Jensen in Warsaw, Poland as he recounts his trials and tribulations getting out of Kiev, Ukraine, including a cancelled bus ticket and an extended train ride in a sleeper car with three strangers.  Jensen also shares his experience with the Polish border guard giving him a thorough check over as he entered the country.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff
    Part Two: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising & Jewish Resistance to the Holocaust

    Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 79:01


    In part two of this week's episode, Margaret continues her conversation with Miriam about the desperate last stand of the Jews of Poland and the fight to preserve Jewish culture from extermination.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Armchair Explorer
    Outlandish: Walking into Europe's Hidden Landscapes with Acclaimed Travel Writer Nick Hunt

    Armchair Explorer

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 41:31 Very Popular


    Follow acclaimed travel writer Nick Hunt on a journey to walk Europe's outlands – a piece of arctic tundra in Scotland, a primeval forest in Poland, a desert in Spain, the vast grasslands of the Hungarian steppe. These are outlandish places; wild, remote and untamed; places that shouldn't exist, but they do. Like portals in our imagination, these anomalies transport us to faraway regions of the planet. They show us secrets, hidden aspects of our world that would hitherto go unnoticed. They give us glimpses into deep time, and our place in it, and show us, perhaps, the future yet to come. More than anything, they make our world seem larger, stranger and filled with wonder – and that is what great adventures are all about. Get ready to walk among Europe's hidden landscapes ... Who's the guest?Nick Hunt is a beautiful, thoughtful writer and this is a book you will want to savor. It's called ‘Outlandish: Walking Europe's Unlikely Landscapes' and you can find it anywhere you get your books. Check it out, you won't be disappointed. Refer a friend, win $100! If you like this show, and you think your friends might too, then you can win a $100 amazon gift voucher – and an exclusive armchair explorer t-shirt that's so exclusive even I don't have one!  All you need to do is go to www.refer.fm/armchairexplorer type in your email, you'll get sent a link, and then all you need to do is share that link with your friends and family. When they click it and subscribe or follow the show, you will automatically get one referral to your name. Every referral counts as one raffle ticket to win that $100 amazon gift card. Get 10 referrals and on top of entry into the competition you'll also get that exclusive Armchair Explorer t-shirt worth $25. You can even set up while you listen to this episode – it literally takes 2mins . Thank you for helping to spread the word! www.refer.fm/armchairexplorerThank you to our sponsorToday's episode is sponsored by Not Lost, a new podcast about finding yourself in places you've never been. On Not Lost, host Brendan Francis Newnam ventures to new places, exploring what it has to offer, and then, to really understand what it makes tick, tries to get invited to a stranger's house for dinner. A friend joins him at each destination, and they drink, dance, and eat their way from Montréal to Mexico City, often learning as much about themselves as the place they're visiting. Check it out!  Let's hang outFollow @armchairexplorerpodcast on Instagram and Facebook or head over to www.armchair-explorer.com to sign up to our newsletter and get adventure inspiration delivered straight to your inbox twice a month.  

    Daily Rosary
    August 9, 2022, Memorial of St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Holy Rosary (Sorrowful Mysteries)

    Daily Rosary

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 31:59


    Friends of the Rosary: We pray today's Rosary from Roncesvalles, Navarre, the main entry point of the Way of St. James in Spain. In the month of August we celebrate two martyrs of Auschwitz, St. Maximilian Kolbe and St. Teresa Benedicta. Today is the Memorial Day of St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, also known as St. Edith Stein. Born into a prominent Jewish family in Breslau (now Wroclaw, Poland), she was a brilliant philosopher, university teacher, and major force in German intellectual life. Edith Stein was captivated by reading the autobiography of Teresa of Avila. Later she'd imitate Teresa by becoming a Carmelite Discalced. In 1942, she was arrested by the Nazi regime, along with all Catholics of Jewish extraction and transported by cattle train to the death camp of Auschwitz. Teresa Benedicta and her sister Rosa, also a Catholic, died in a gas chamber in Auschwitz on August 9, 1942. Pope John Paul II beatified Teresa Benedicta in 1987 and canonized her in 1998. Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, Pray for Us! + Mikel A. | RosaryNetwork.com, New York • August 9, 2021, Today's Holy Rosary on YouTube — Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET

    The ESL Teaching Podcast
    32. From new student to future doctor - an English learner's perspective with Maja Pastuszka

    The ESL Teaching Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 41:07


    As summer comes to an end, I thought it would be nice to hear an English learners' perspective on what it is like to be a new student in high school. In today's episode, I interview a former student of mine, Maja Pastuszka, about her experience coming to the United States from Poland and what it was like for her to be a new student and English learner simultaneously.She explains some of the challenges she had to overcome while learning English, the things her teachers did to support her, and some things teachers did that were not so supportive. Maja also gives us insight on some of the cultural differences between attending high school in Poland and in the United States from her English learner's perspective. She explains several aspects of the new culture that she had to adjust to and how even minor cultural differences can be difficult to navigate. What you will hear from an English Learner's PerspectiveWhat it feels like to be an English Learner and a new high school student in the United StatesCultural differences that English Learners have to navigateSome challenges of feeling confident speaking from the perspective of an English LearnerThings teachers did that were supportive and not so supportiveResourcesAs mentioned in the episode, I am linking some useful resources!The ESL Teaching Roadmap – membership community for middle and high school ESL/ELL teachers. As a thank you for listening, use code ESLPODCAST for 10% off when you join. 25 Authentic Speaking Activities for Your ESL ClassroomSimply Ieva ESL Teachers Pay Teachers StoreTeachable Platform - Courses and WorkshopsFollow me on Instagram Join the Simply Ieva Facebook Group You may also be interested inConfident ESL Teacher Summit registration

    Pub Quiz
    What unit of length is equal to around 5.8 trillion miles?

    Pub Quiz

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 6:42


    Quiz #127 - We have 10 new questions for you this week including "Which sport takes place in a Velodrome?" and "What is the currency of Poland?" It's going to be a great one. Send me a message on Twitter if you want a shout out or you have a question you think I should ask. Cheers! Pete

    The Fritz Boyz Podcast
    Ep. 47: The Nazis Reaalllyyy Liked Drugs

    The Fritz Boyz Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 80:26


    Narcotics have played a huge role in human history, and WW2 was no different. Every side experimented with drugs to create a "super soldier" but it seems like the nazis took that to another level. Those goose-stepping, Hugo Boss wearing, ass hats loved METH and a bunch of other stuff. The king of turd island was no different, Adolf Hitler (AKA Wolf as he referred to himself) was a full-blown junkie by the end of the war. Who/what turned the ultimate straight-laced group of people into junkies? Tune in for a hilarious episode of The Fritz Boyz Podcast to find out!

    Paranormal Hotline
    A Polish Alien - The Emilcin Abduction

    Paranormal Hotline

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 22:53


    This week on paranormal hotline podcast we are taking a look at another alien abduction story! What is it with farmers and UFO's? Every time we seem to cover a UFO story it beings with a farmer. Well this week we took a look at a peculiar abduction story from Poland!If you have a story you want us to cover or a spooky tale of your own that you want read out on the podcast then send it on to us at  paranormalhotlinepodcast@gmail.com.Support the show

    Sacred Story Podcast
    International Harvest #34: Sofia's Story

    Sacred Story Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 45:00


    Laura and Sofia share a conversation about Sofia's story of coming to faith in Jesus Christ. Sophia talks about the spiritual climate in the Ukraine and how she felt moved to serve God on college campuses. She describes what it was like to suddenly leave her home country of the Ukraine when war broke out, and how she served refugees in Poland. Sofia traveled to the United States where she is casting vision for her work so that she can receive funding for her ministry and the humanitarian needs in the Ukraine. To find our more information about her ministry and/or contribute financially, follow this link to her personal ministry site. Through Sofia's ongoing prayers and steps of faith, she is celebrated as a faithful laborer in the harvest. Read other stories of hope during tragedy in the Sacred Story library. 

    Land Of The Creeps
    Land Of The Creeps Episode 288 : Religious Horror From Around The Globe

    Land Of The Creeps

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


     DownloadWelcome to episode 288 of LOTC!! This week we have lots of confessions to make. That's right, the crew is joined by special guest OOTim Mitchell and we are talking religious horror from different cultures. With religious horror from Poland, Spain, Ireland as well as Russia being represented YOU are going to be finding yourself wanting to go to confession. This episode was so much fun to record as well as a very informative , thought provoking show. If this wasn't enough, YOU guys and gals knocked it out of the park with your call in responses. WOW, week after week our minds are blown with how thought provoking and thorough these calls continue to be. So, we hope you will enjoy the show and share it with everyone you know. Also if you would please leave us a review on apple podcast we would be so appreciative. Sit back, turn up the volume and take a journey with us through Land Of The Creeps. May The Episode Compel You!!HELP KEEP HORROR ALIVE!!MOVIE REVIEWSDARK WATERS 1993TIM : 8DAVE : 8.5PEARL : 8GREG : 8.5THE DEVIL'S DOORWAY 2018DAVE : 8.5TIM : 8PEARL : 8.5GREG : 8VERONICA 2017PEARL : 8.5DAVE : 8TIM : 8GREG : 8.5DEMON 2015GREG : 8DAVE : 9TIM : 7PEARL : 8OOTIM Links : FaceBookLetterboxdLOTC Links :Land Of The Creeps InstagramGregaMortisFacebookTwitterLand Of The Creeps Group PageLand Of The Creeps Fan PageJay Of  The Dead's New Horror Movie PodcastYoutubeInstagramEmailLetterboxdHaddonfield HatchetTwitterLand Of The Creeps TwitterDr. ShockDVD Infatuation TwitterDVD Infatuation WebsiteFacebookHorror Movie PodcastJay Of The Dead's New Horror Movies PodcastYouTube ChannelLetterboxdDVD Infatuation PodcastThe Illustrated Fan PodcastBill Van Veghel LinkFacebookLetterboxdPhantom Galaxy PodcastTwisted Temptress LinkLetterboxdLOTC Hotline Number1-804-569-56821-804-569-LOTCLOTC Intro is provided by Andy Ussery, Below are links to his social mediaEmail:FacebookTwitterOutro music provided by Greg Whitaker Below is Greg's Twitter accountTwitterFacebook

    Clotheshorse
    Episode 135: Mugs and Evening Gowns: Secondhand Shopping In Poland with Anna

    Clotheshorse

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 96:31 Very Popular


    Anna (@the.witch.of.witchwood) tells us about secondhand shopping and the thrift industry in Poland, where she has lived for more than a decade. There are some lessons about best practices that could be adapted to the way secondhand and rehoming works here in the US! Amanda breaks down the H&M greenwashing lawsuit and the ethical shortcomings of the Higg Sustainability Index.H&M is Being Sued Over “Misleading” Sustainability Marketing, Product ScorecardsQuartz investigation: H&M showed bogus environmental scores for its clothingAthletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/CLOTHESHORSE to take ownership over your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance!Have questions/comments/cute animal photos? Or another suggestion for rehoming our stuff? Reach out via email:  amanda@clotheshorse.worldFind this episode's transcript (and so much more) at clotheshorsepodcast.comWant to support Amanda's work on Clotheshorse? Learn more at patreon.com/clotheshorsepodcastClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Country Feedback is a mom & pop record shop in Tarboro, North Carolina. They specialize in used rock, country, and soul and offer affordable vintage clothing and housewares. Do you have used records you want to sell? Country Feedback wants to buy them! Find us on Instagram @countryfeedbackvintageandvinyl or head downeast and visit our brick and mortar. All are welcome at this inclusive and family-friendly record shop in the country!Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts.  Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come.  Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon FootprintLocated in Whistler, Canada, Velvet Underground is a "velvet jungle" full of vintage and second-hand clothes, plants, a vegan cafe and lots of rad products from other small sustainable businesses. Our mission is to create a brand and community dedicated to promoting self-expression, as well as educating and inspiring a more sustainable and conscious lifestyle both for the people and the planet.Find us on Instagram @shop_velvetunderground or online at www.shopvelvetunderground.comCute Little Ruin is an online shop dedicated to providing quality vintage and secondhand clothing, vinyl, and home items in a wide range of styles and price points.  If it's ethical and legal, we try to find a new home for it!  Vintage style with progressive values.  Find us on Instagram at @CuteLittleRuin.Thumbprint is Detroit's only fair trade marketplace, located in the historic Eastern Market.  Our small business specializes in products handmade by empowered women in South Africa making a living wage creating things they love like hand painted candles and ceramics! We also carry a curated assortment of  sustainable/natural locally made goods. Thumbprint is a great gift destination for both the special people in your life and for yourself! Browse our online store at thumbprintdetroit.com and find us on instagram @thumbprintdetroit.Salt Hats:  purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Republica Unicornia Yarns: Hand-Dyed Yarn and notions for the color-obsessed. Made with love and some swearing in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia by Head Yarn Wench Kathleen. Get ready for rainbows with a side of Giving A Damn! Republica Unicornia is all about making your own magic using small-batch, responsibly sourced, hand-dyed yarns and thoughtfully made notions. Slow fashion all the way down and discover the joy of creating your very own beautiful hand knit, crocheted, or woven pieces. Find us on Instagram @republica_unicornia_yarns and at www.republicaunicornia.com.Gentle Vibes:  We are purveyors of polyester and psychedelic relics! We encourage experimentation and play not only in your wardrobe, but in your home, too. We have thousands of killer vintage pieces ready for their next adventure! Picnicwear:  a slow fashion brand, ethically made by hand from vintage and deadstock materials - most notably, vintage towels! Founder, Dani, has worked in the industry as a fashion designer for over 10 years, but started Picnicwear in response to her dissatisfaction with the industry's shortcomings. Picnicwear recently moved to rural North Carolina where all their clothing and accessories are now designed and cut, but the majority of their sewing is done by skilled garment workers in NYC. Their customers take comfort in knowing that all their sewists are paid well above NYC minimum wage. Picnicwear offers minimal waste and maximum authenticity: Future Vintage over future garbage.Shift Clothing, out of beautiful Astoria, Oregon, with a focus on natural fibers, simple hardworking designs, and putting fat people first.  Discover more at shiftwheeler.com​High Energy Vintage is a fun and funky vintage shop located in Somerville, MA, just a few minutes away from downtown Boston. They offer a highly curated selection of bright and colorful clothing and accessories from the 1940s-1990s for people of all genders. Husband-and-wife duo Wiley & Jessamy handpick each piece for quality and style, with a focus on pieces that transcend trends and will find a home in your closet for many years to come! In addition to clothing, the shop also features a large selection of vintage vinyl and old school video games. Find them on instagram @ highenergyvintage, online at highenergyvintage.com, and at markets in and around Boston.Blank Cass, or Blanket Coats by Cass, is focused on restoring, renewing, and reviving the history held within vintage and heirloom textiles. By embodying and transferring the love, craft, and energy that is original to each vintage textile into a new garment, I hope we can reteach ourselves to care for and mend what we have and make it last. Blank Cass lives on Instagram @blank_cass and a website will be launched soon at blankcass.com.St. Evens is an NYC-based vintage shop that is dedicated to bringing you those special pieces you'll reach for again and again. More than just a store, St. Evens is dedicated to sharing the stories and history behind the garments. 10% of all sales are donated to a different charitable organization each month. For the month of April, St. Evens is supporting United Farm Worker's Foundation. New vintage is released every Thursday at wearStEvens.com, with previews of new pieces and more brought to you on Instagram at @wear_st.evens.

    Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff
    Part One: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising & Jewish Resistance to the Holocaust

    Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 70:10 Very Popular


    Margaret talks with Miriam about the desperate last stand of the Jews of Poland and the fight to preserve Jewish culture from extermination.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
    Hear how a Nova Scotian resident has formed a new NGO in Ukraine

    Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 8:58


    Donald Bowser is one of two Nova Scotian residents we've been talking to through the war in Ukraine. The international consultant travelled to Poland and then on to Ukraine, to help deliver aid. Now he has co-founded a new NGO. Information Morning's Jerry West spoke to him.

    New Books in Business, Management, and Marketing
    Creating Your Own Luck: A Conversation with Robin Bennett

    New Books in Business, Management, and Marketing

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 76:46


    Some people just seem to have all the luck, and Robin Bennett is one of them. Robin is a British entrepreneur, writer, and documentary producer. He is also the founder of The Bennett Group, a consortium of companies that primarily provide professional communication products and services. One of the companies, The Aktuel Translation Group, serves businesses that need to communicate globally; Quarto Translations specialises in translations for the publishing industry; PTI is a specialist in patent translations; and Monster Books is a publishing house that focuses on children's books. All of these (and more) are thriving businesses today that belie Robin's modest beginnings. In fact, when he first got started, Robin had virtually nothing more than a beaten-up moped and a single desk to his name. But luck had nothing to do with Robin's successful outcomes. His story is one of how a single entrepreneur used his own determination and perseverance to launch, experiment, and build upon highly successful initiatives. Join us for a captivating hour of candid insights into a highly determined entrepreneur's path to success and personal fulfillment. About our guest: Robin Bennett is Chairman at The Aktuel Translations Group; Commercial Director at Firefly Press; and the author of several publications, from top-selling business publications to widely read children's books. Like his businesses, Robin's writings span a wide range of topics—from educational books, like Start-Up Smart: How to Start and Build a Successful Business on a Budget, to popular children's publications, like Go Be the Light!, the story of a firefly who loses his glow and does what it takes to get it back. Visit The Bennett Group's website to learn more about Robin's businesses and writings, as well as his personal motto for both living and working, which is— Life's a Banquet! Selected Businesses: www.bennettgroup.org www.aktueltranslations.com www.quartotranslations.com www.patenttranslationsinternational.com fireflypress.co.uk Selected Writings: www.harriman-house.com/how-to-make-a-good-living-running-your-own-business www.harriman-house.com/kicking-the-property-ladder About NBN: The NBN Entrepreneurship and Leadership podcast aims to educate, inform and entertain, sharing insights based on the personal stories of carefully selected guests—all in an informal atmosphere of unscripted conversations and open, personal accounts. Find links to past episodes here. About our Hosts: Kimon Fountoukidis: Kimon is the founder of both Argos Multilingual and PMR. He founded both companies in the mid-90s with zero capital, and both have gone on to become market leaders in their respective sectors. Kimon was born in New York and moved to Krakow, Poland in 1993. He is passionate about sharing his success with others and working entrepreneurs of all kinds to help them achieve their goals. Listen to his story here. On Twitter. On LinkedIn. Richard Lucas: Richard is a business and social entrepreneur who has founded or invested in more than 30 businesses, including Argos Multilingual, PMR and, in 2020, the New Books Network. Richard has been a TEDx event organiser for years, supports the pro-entrepreneurship ecosystem, and leads entrepreneurship workshops at all levels. He was born in Oxford and moved to Poland in 1991, where continues to invest in promising companies and helps other entrepreneurs realise their dreams. Listen to his story in an autobiographical TEDx talk. On Twitter. On LinkedIn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Steve Gruber Show
    Steve Gruber, The war on farmers is front and center for this hour, it something you need to be hearing about a lot more and you're just not

    The Steve Gruber Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 11:00


    Live from the no panic zone—I'm Steve Gruber—I am America's Voice— I am Fierce and Fearless— I am here to tell you—I don't want a government check—I want government to leave me alone—and you too—I am the Anti-Socialist!   Here are three big Things you need to know right now—   ONE— Life insurance companies are getting hit hard according to new reports—because of a sudden spike in non-covid related deaths—now why would that be?   TWO— The Democrats are selling you down the road—and passing yet another massive tax and spend bill—promising it will do things—that it absolutely will not—in fact—it will do the opposite— THREE— The war on farmers is front and center for this hour—it something you need to be hearing about a lot more and you're just not— The Dutch are the biggest exporters of meat in Europe and that is one reason they are being targeted—But its also Poland, Romania and Ireland— North of the Border its Canada—and here is the big question—why? I think you have time to figure it out—but if not—lets be clear—these clowns pushing lab meat—vegetable meat and insect paste for protein—have lost their minds—I will eat meat—lots of meat—until they devise a new way to kill me—which I am quite sure they are working on today— But do not give in to the tyranny focused on farming now—cows are not creating climate change anymore than farting dinosaurs did— Or wild animals are today—it is a super load of hogwash—and you know it—so lets dig deeper

    The Doctor of Digital™ GMick Smith, PhD
    What Are Backlinks & Why Are They Important? Part 1 Jeremy Poland Interview Episode #CCLXVIII The Doctor of Digital™ GMick Smith, PhD

    The Doctor of Digital™ GMick Smith, PhD

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:34


    Jeremy Poland Founder @ DIY SEOExperienced digital marketing specialist with a demonstrated history of working in SEO, WordPress and social media. Skilled in energy, health care, home services, nonprofit organizations, professional services and content marketing.Mick Smith, Consultant M: (619) 227.3118 E: mick.smith@wsiworld.com Commercials Voice Talent:https://www.spreaker.com/user/7768747/track-1-commercials Narratives Voice Talent:https://www.spreaker.com/user/7768747/track-2-narrativesDo you want a free competitive analysis? Let me know at:https://marketing.wsiworld.com/free-competitive-analysis?utm_campaign=Mick_Smith_Podcast&utm_source=SpreakerWebsite:https://www.wsiworld.com/mick-smithLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/gmicksmith/Twitter:gmicksmithFacebook business page:https://www.facebook.com/thedoctorofdigital/Instagram:mick_wsi_world & burningamericaMake an appointment:https://app.hubspot.com/meetings/mick-smithBe sure to subscribe, like, & review The Doctor of Digital™ Podcast:https://www.spreaker.com/show/g-mick-smith-phds-tracksYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFDPh9Ich2xppSKQIP2HpmgSign up for the Doctor Up A Podcast course:https://doctor-up-a-podcast.thinkific.com/Fan of the show? Support the episodes here:https://podinbox.com/thedoctorofdigitalpodcastPodpage: https://www.podpage.com/the-doctor-of-digitaltm-gmick-smith-phd/Join the Burning America Community:https://www.patreon.com/SmithConsultingWSITheDoctorofDigitalPodcastAuthor of Burning America: In the Best Interest of the Children? https://burning-america.comburningamerica on Instagram Kindly welcome a sponsor to The Doctor of Digital Podcast and be sure to check out their article: Why Quality Over Quantity is the Key to Effective Contenthttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1at5wZVy3hgHZFAbFrvm0lG2cBUa-UPbnCWn5IFoavRI/edit#If you are looking for more information or would like to sponsor an episode of The Doctor of Digital inform me at mick.smith@wsiworld.com.

    Impersonating Doctors
    International Affairs

    Impersonating Doctors

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 69:41


    It can be hard to transition to a new hospital in a new state, but what about a new country?? This month, the docs chat with Dr. Corrinna Karpenko, a resident from Canada who completed her medical school in… Poland!If you have a story you want to tell, contact us at impersonatingdoctors@gmail.com.If you want to support us, check out our patreon at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=53683451Music: What A Wonderful Day by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comAny statements or views expressed by the "Impersonating Doctors" podcasters and their guests are made as an individual personal opinions and should not be interpreted as statements or official standpoints of their respective schools, places of work or employers.

    The Doctor of Digital™ GMick Smith, PhD
    What Are Backlinks & Why Are They Important? Part 2 Jeremy Poland Interview Episode #CCLXIX The Doctor of Digital™ GMick Smith, PhD

    The Doctor of Digital™ GMick Smith, PhD

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 5:40


    Jeremy Poland Founder @ DIY SEOExperienced digital marketing specialist with a demonstrated history of working in SEO, WordPress and social media. Skilled in energy, health care, home services, nonprofit organizations, professional services and content marketing.Mick Smith, Consultant M: (619) 227.3118 E: mick.smith@wsiworld.com Commercials Voice Talent:https://www.spreaker.com/user/7768747/track-1-commercials Narratives Voice Talent:https://www.spreaker.com/user/7768747/track-2-narrativesDo you want a free competitive analysis? Let me know at:https://marketing.wsiworld.com/free-competitive-analysis?utm_campaign=Mick_Smith_Podcast&utm_source=SpreakerWebsite:https://www.wsiworld.com/mick-smithLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/gmicksmith/Twitter:gmicksmithFacebook business page:https://www.facebook.com/thedoctorofdigital/Instagram:mick_wsi_world & burningamericaMake an appointment:https://app.hubspot.com/meetings/mick-smithBe sure to subscribe, like, & review The Doctor of Digital™ Podcast:https://www.spreaker.com/show/g-mick-smith-phds-tracksYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFDPh9Ich2xppSKQIP2HpmgSign up for the Doctor Up A Podcast course:https://doctor-up-a-podcast.thinkific.com/Fan of the show? Support the episodes here:https://podinbox.com/thedoctorofdigitalpodcastPodpage: https://www.podpage.com/the-doctor-of-digitaltm-gmick-smith-phd/Join the Burning America Community:https://www.patreon.com/SmithConsultingWSITheDoctorofDigitalPodcastAuthor of Burning America: In the Best Interest of the Children? https://burning-america.comburningamerica on Instagram Kindly welcome a sponsor to The Doctor of Digital Podcast and be sure to check out their article: Why Quality Over Quantity is the Key to Effective Contenthttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1at5wZVy3hgHZFAbFrvm0lG2cBUa-UPbnCWn5IFoavRI/edit#If you are looking for more information or would like to sponsor an episode of The Doctor of Digital inform me at mick.smith@wsiworld.com.

    New Books Network
    Creating Your Own Luck: A Conversation with Robin Bennett

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 76:46


    Some people just seem to have all the luck, and Robin Bennett is one of them. Robin is a British entrepreneur, writer, and documentary producer. He is also the founder of The Bennett Group, a consortium of companies that primarily provide professional communication products and services. One of the companies, The Aktuel Translation Group, serves businesses that need to communicate globally; Quarto Translations specialises in translations for the publishing industry; PTI is a specialist in patent translations; and Monster Books is a publishing house that focuses on children's books. All of these (and more) are thriving businesses today that belie Robin's modest beginnings. In fact, when he first got started, Robin had virtually nothing more than a beaten-up moped and a single desk to his name. But luck had nothing to do with Robin's successful outcomes. His story is one of how a single entrepreneur used his own determination and perseverance to launch, experiment, and build upon highly successful initiatives. Join us for a captivating hour of candid insights into a highly determined entrepreneur's path to success and personal fulfillment. About our guest: Robin Bennett is Chairman at The Aktuel Translations Group; Commercial Director at Firefly Press; and the author of several publications, from top-selling business publications to widely read children's books. Like his businesses, Robin's writings span a wide range of topics—from educational books, like Start-Up Smart: How to Start and Build a Successful Business on a Budget, to popular children's publications, like Go Be the Light!, the story of a firefly who loses his glow and does what it takes to get it back. Visit The Bennett Group's website to learn more about Robin's businesses and writings, as well as his personal motto for both living and working, which is— Life's a Banquet! Selected Businesses: www.bennettgroup.org www.aktueltranslations.com www.quartotranslations.com www.patenttranslationsinternational.com fireflypress.co.uk Selected Writings: www.harriman-house.com/how-to-make-a-good-living-running-your-own-business www.harriman-house.com/kicking-the-property-ladder About NBN: The NBN Entrepreneurship and Leadership podcast aims to educate, inform and entertain, sharing insights based on the personal stories of carefully selected guests—all in an informal atmosphere of unscripted conversations and open, personal accounts. Find links to past episodes here. About our Hosts: Kimon Fountoukidis: Kimon is the founder of both Argos Multilingual and PMR. He founded both companies in the mid-90s with zero capital, and both have gone on to become market leaders in their respective sectors. Kimon was born in New York and moved to Krakow, Poland in 1993. He is passionate about sharing his success with others and working entrepreneurs of all kinds to help them achieve their goals. Listen to his story here. On Twitter. On LinkedIn. Richard Lucas: Richard is a business and social entrepreneur who has founded or invested in more than 30 businesses, including Argos Multilingual, PMR and, in 2020, the New Books Network. Richard has been a TEDx event organiser for years, supports the pro-entrepreneurship ecosystem, and leads entrepreneurship workshops at all levels. He was born in Oxford and moved to Poland in 1991, where continues to invest in promising companies and helps other entrepreneurs realise their dreams. Listen to his story in an autobiographical TEDx talk. On Twitter. On LinkedIn. 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

    Marvins world
    Founder of sh*ggers

    Marvins world

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 60:41


    We chat Nik Coppin, a veteran comedian of over 20 years, who is the founder of both shaggers. He has performed many solo shows at the Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe Festivals, New Zealand and Melbourne International Comedy Festivals. Whats more, he can be described as a comedy traveller, he has performed in Germany, Spain, Ireland, Hungary, Poland, France, Denmark and Norway. He has also frequented Southeast Asia doing shows in Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Hong Kong and The Philippines. He is an overview of what we discussed: [02:25] How Spiderman influenced me to do comedy [10:01] How to avoid making comedy therapy [12:26] How the circuit used to be [18:48] Why London comedy circuit is sh•t [26:24] How I became a comedy teacher what teaching and doing comedy taught me [37:30] Adjusting to different comedy scenes [46:48] How I set up shaggers If you would like to know more about Nik Coppin, you can find out about him and his projects on his website at https://www.nikcoppin.com/ (https://www.nikcoppin.com/) or you can watch his Edinburgh show at https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/nik-coppin-shark (https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/nik-coppin-shark). If you enjoyed the episode you can help support the podcast by donating to the Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/thecomediansparadise (https://www.patreon.com/thecomediansparadise) or follow Marvin through his Linktree at https://linktr.ee/theflopmaster?fbclid=IwAR0rA0Ybj-P-sF1jpUdbl22JNpY8stfnZtM0QswrTea3frDvNl3sP0H6V1Q (https://linktr.ee/theflopmaster). 

    Morning Star Church Messages
    Poland Highlights

    Morning Star Church Messages

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 36:34


    Rich, Lindsey, and Cheh shared a few incredible stories about what happened when their team of people from all four churches that went to Poland to help with a Josiah Ventures camp where there were 110 young people, 30 of which are Ukrainian refugees in attendance.

    Fly Cool Shit - An Aviation Podcast About Flying Cool Shit
    Episode 97: WAC Day 2 With Jim Bourke

    Fly Cool Shit - An Aviation Podcast About Flying Cool Shit

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 111:36 Very Popular


    Welcome back! In this episode, IAC President Jim Bourke joins the podcast again to talk about wrapping up the free known today in Poland. Jim shares some thoughts on Marianne's death which was really insightful. As most know, Jim made the U.S. Unlimited Team last year but elected to pull out after her death. Jim's perspective on the team, and the competition so far was really fun to hear. We also get into the unknown figures and the challenges it presents to the competitors. Hope you enjoy it!

    From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
    Kenya goes to the polls

    From Our Own Correspondent Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 27:56


    Kenyans go to the polls to elect a new president. Plus, our correspondent says farewell to the Philippines; the personal consequences of Poland's strict abortion laws; and how a women-only shopping mall is providing new opportunities in Yemen.

    Sky News Daily
    Ukraine War Diaries: EP18 - Law of the gun, the longest road & a new code (Aug1-5)

    Sky News Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 11:45


    Seva learns that his friend is quitting his job as a lawyer to become a full-time soldier. Returning by road from Belgium, Oksana dodges a series of air strikes.Meanwhile, Ilyas reveals how he and fellow Ukrainians are combating the Russian disinformation war.BACKGROUNDSeva, 40, is a company CEO and husband to Oksana. Before the war, he travelled across Europe for business. Now, he makes regular supply drops of medical aid and rations to Ukrainian troops on the front line in Eastern Ukraine. He's originally from a small village near Dnipro.Oksana, 35, works in overseas education. She lives with her husband, Seva, in an apartment complex in central Kyiv and has remained in the Ukrainian capital since the war started. Many of Oksana's closest friends have left the country to begin new lives in Europe. Some may never return. She's determined to stay. Ilyas is an IT specialist and married father who fled from Kyiv to Lviv shortly after the war started. His wife Natalia, and two young sons are taking refuge in Poland.As of August 2022, Ilyas is back living in the family apartment in Kyiv and working, in part, for the Ukrainian government on various projects. Ukraine War Diaries uses first-person audio, recorded on the ground in Ukraine, to give an intimate day-to-day perspective of life in a war zone.Week 18 diary entries were recorded using WhatsApp voice note. From the producers of Sky News' multi-award winning series – StoryCast. Producer Rob MulhernEditing Paul StanworthDigital Promotion David Chipakupaku

    E.S.NOW
    EP16: Healing Ourselves before Healing the Planet with Mickaela Grace of Graceline Institute

    E.S.NOW

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 60:00


    My next guest offers profound wisdom. From decades of training with multicultural spiritual healers, to founding her own center devoted to elevating the collective energetic field. Mickaela connects the dots between caring for one's own mind-body-spirit and stewarding the planet. This is one episode you won't want to miss.With a background in natural medicine and consciousness curriculum, Mickaela Grace is the Founder of the Graceline Institute, Bridge11 Productions, and the non-profit Grid21 Teen Art Hub. Offering artistic encounters with unified field theory, thought leadership, neuroscience, epigenetics, and emotional intelligence, Mickaela Grace has 25+ years experience as a teacher, corporate consultant, filmmaker, writer, and performance “Artivist” (Art Activist) dedicated to human transformation. Her spiritual journey began as a small child and after earning degrees in Literature, Secondary Education, Critical Cultural Curriculum Development, Somatics, and Native American Studies, she has traveled the world to train with master elders in over 33 traditions. As a Taoist devoted to truth-seeking itself, she has walked hundreds of miles in traditional gnostic pilgrimage along the Cathar and Gnostic roads of France, Spain, Italy, Ireland, Scotland, as well as ceremonial power paths in Kenya, India, Nepal, Egypt, Turkey, and even high Poland peaks with Wimhof. She trained in vast Shamanic traditions in Patagonia, the Amazon, North America, Brazil, Guatemala, Peru, Mexico, and South Africa in order to gnow for herself that we are meant to bow to no outward master, healer, leader, parent, pill, nor politician, but instead should aim to find mastery over self. Mickaela's fractal films, live sound healing, performance poetry (based on the traditional Sufi Masnavi), original BRIDGE breathwork and guided meditations engender profound direct experience for a level of heart coherence that aims to transform each individual into a healthier cell in the wider organism of humanity—all in deep devotion to earth stewardship and social justice.

    STORYCAST
    Ukraine War Diaries: EP18 - Law of the gun, the longest road & a new code (Aug 1-5)

    STORYCAST

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 11:45


    Seva learns that his friend is quitting his job as a lawyer to become a full-time soldier. Returning by road from Belgium, Oksana dodges a series of air strikes.Meanwhile, Ilyas reveals how he and fellow Ukrainians are combating the Russian disinformation war.BACKGROUNDSeva, 40, is a company CEO and husband to Oksana. Before the war, he travelled across Europe for business. Now, he makes regular supply drops of medical aid and rations to Ukrainian troops on the front line in Eastern Ukraine. He's originally from a small village near Dnipro.Oksana, 35, works in overseas education. She lives with her husband, Seva, in an apartment complex in central Kyiv and has remained in the Ukrainian capital since the war started. Many of Oksana's closest friends have left the country to begin new lives in Europe. Some may never return. She's determined to stay. Ilyas is an IT specialist and married father who fled from Kyiv to Lviv shortly after the war started. His wife Natalia, and two young sons are taking refuge in Poland.As of August 2022, Ilyas is back living in the family apartment in Kyiv and working, in part, for the Ukrainian government on various projects. Ukraine War Diaries uses first-person audio, recorded on the ground in Ukraine, to give an intimate day-to-day perspective of life in a war zone.Week 18 diary entries were recorded using WhatsApp voice note. From the producers of Sky News' multi-award winning series – StoryCast. Producer Rob MulhernEditing Paul StanworthDigital Promotion David Chipakupaku

    Women Entrepreneurs Extraordinaire
    Burlesque & Business: How Being a Showgirl Helped Me Become a Stronger Leader

    Women Entrepreneurs Extraordinaire

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 28:00


    Paulina Tenner has taken over Europe. Born in Poland, she moved to London in 2006 but joins us today from Austria, having just spoken as the keynote at an innovation convention in Vienna. She is an entrepreneur, an angel investor, a TEDx speaker and a founder of GrantTree, started with a purpose to help tech startups navigate the complex world of government funding. Since 2010 the team grew organically from 2 to over 50, and raised over £200m for more than 600 technology startups and scaleups using solely government funding schemes. She shares her fascinating story of quite accidentally becoming a showgirl and how it changed her as a leader in business. You can also read about it in her book, "Laid Bare: What the Business Leader Learnt from the Stripper" This chick is a powerhouse, listen into her story or watch on our YouTube channel. (linked below) Connect with Paulina... Email: Paulina@GrantTree.co.ukOnline: PaulinaTenner.comInstagram: PaulinaTennerTwitter: PaulinaTenner Like the show? Be sure to click the “Like” button, subscribe to WEE channel, and share it to your favorite social media! Are you a female entrepreneur who would like to join our amazing group of ladies and be featured on the Women Entrepreneurs show? Or are you an expert in your field and would like to be considered as one of our Expert Members? Then reach out to our group liaison Kelli Cooper at Kelli@WomenEntrepreneursExtraordinaire.com Check out our site (WomenEntrepreneursExtraordinaire.com) and join the revolution! Facebook Page: WomenEntrepreneursExtraordinaireFacebook Group: /Groups/We.ExtraordinaireInstagram: We.ExtraordinaireYouTube: /Channel/UCeVYt5jNR5H1QsrmWUS1-4w

    Today in the History of Freedom
    Episode 5: The Polish Liberation

    Today in the History of Freedom

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 2:29


    Poland hits the limit for being kicked around.

    Dan Snow's History Hit
    Anne Frank's Step Sister: 'How I Survived the Holocaust' Part 2

    Dan Snow's History Hit

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 48:15 Very Popular


    2/2. Eva Schloss remembers her days as a girl in Amsterdam playing in the street with the other children including Anne Frank who, for a time, took a particular interest in her older brother Heinz. Eva also remembers the day the Dutch resistance worker exposed her family to the Nazis and they were carted off to Auschwitz. She remembers the train pulling up to the platform in Poland and the promise she made her brother to go back to find the paintings he'd done in hiding, if he didn't make it out alive.After being selected to live by Josef Mengele, Eva and her mother entered Auschwitz-Birkenau while her brother and father were sent to a men's camp. There they endured starvation, back-breaking work, blistering summers and freezing winter.In Part 2 of Eva's story, she describes stumbling across Otto Frank, Anne Frank's father while trying to find help after the liberation of the camp left her stranded with no idea what to do next. The story of Otto and her mother falling in love and finding happiness in the years after and how, after many years of nightmares and silence, Eva finally found her voice to tell her astonishing story of survival, which she still does to this day.You can listen to Part 1 first here.Her memoir is called After Auschwitz: A Story of Heartbreak and Survival by the Stepsister of Anne FrankThis episode was produced by Mariana Des Forges, the assistant producer was Hannah Ward and the audio editor was Dougal Patmore.If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today!To download the History Hit app please go to the Android or Apple store. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    LetsRun.com's Track Talk
    Track is Back, Guest Sean Brosnan, Rojo Has Covid - Commonwealths, U20s

    LetsRun.com's Track Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 96:44 Very Popular


    Sean Brosnan, the coach of the greatest boys high school cross country team ever, joins us at 54:43 to talk about leaving Newbury Park High School for the assistant job at UCLA. Prior to that we span the globe as the Commonwealth Games are underway in England, the American Track League was at the Ed Murphy Track Classic, the World Under 20s Champs are in Cali, Colombia, and the Diamond League resumes Saturday in Poland. Coros has a special offer for LetsRun visitors. Use code LETSRUN at coros.com to get a free accessory with purchase of a GPS watch. Coros makes the lightest GPS watch on the planet and is the brand Eliud Kipchoge and Emma Coburn trust. Thanks to Coros for sponsoring our $200,022 Worlds Prediction Contest. Order of show notes (Join the Supporters Club to get timestamps) Start Rojo gets covid A little Sean Brosnan discussion, can the Young twins run 13:20 for 5k? Ed Murphy Track Classic: Yared Nuguse FTW, Evan Jager's best days behind him? Sage Hurta FTW and Diamond League Poland Hobbs Kessler 3:36 in Italy, will he PR this year? Bix 7 Miler, Patrick Tiernan should he move up? Puma distance group and Fiona O'Keefe Jonathan Davis to Atlanta Track Club Commonwealth Games and Trifect for Jacob Kiplimo and family Don't kill the US Olympic Marathon Trials NYC Club champs Wejo goes solo. Emmanuel Korir lane violation at Commonwealths?! and now can race at Poland DL meet in 800 U20 Champs and Juliette Whittaker and Roisin Willis Letsile Tebogo 9.91 and 19.99 Broadcast of Eilish McColgan winning Commonwealth 10,000m Sean Brosnan talk 54:43 Sean Brosnan interview Contact us: Email podcast@letsrun.com or call/text 1-844-LETSRUN. Want a 2nd podcast every week? Join our Supporters Club and take your running fandom to the highest level. Get all the LetsRun.com content, a second podcast every week, savings on running shoes, and a lot more. https://www.letsrun.com/subscribe Check out the LetsRun.com store. https://shop.letsrun.com/ We've got the softest running shirts in the business. Thanks for listening. Please rate us on itunes and spread the word with a friend. There is a reason we're the #1 podcast dedicated to Olympic level running. Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/letsrun/5a9ada99-cc82-4ec0-9760-2dea3cc0aa85

    Lira Clinical Podcast - A SkinDepth Convo
    Skin Depth Ep27 – August 4 – Global Skincare ft. Lira Clinical's International Brand Ambassador, Monika Magiera

    Lira Clinical Podcast - A SkinDepth Convo

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 43:12


    Global Skincare ft. Lira Clinical's International Brand Ambassador, Monika Magiera In today's episode, Metaxia and Francine are joined by Lira Clinical International Brand Ambassador, Monika Magiera from Poland. Listen now as they discuss topics such as skincare in Europe, the beauty industry's biggest differences between the US and Europe, European trends and treatments, influencer marketing, and even the current political climate in the region.

    Tour Guide Tell All
    SEASON 3: Yalta Conference

    Tour Guide Tell All

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 47:40


    Tour Guide Tell All is BACK for the fall! We are starting with a pivotal moment at the end of world war 2, the Yalta Conference between Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin discussing war aims and peace negotiations   Join Rebecca and Becca as we discuss the fate of the post-war world.   Comments or Questions? Or have an idea for future episodes - #pitchtothepod? Email us tourguidetellall@gmail.com Support Tour Guide Tell All: Want to send a one off donation to support the podcast team? We have a venmo @tourguide-tellall Check out our STORE for Tour Guide Tell All podcast paraphernalia from tote bags to stickers - https://tour-guide-tell-all.myshopify.com/ Become a Patron for bonus episodes and early release: https://www.patreon.com/tourguidetellall If you are looking for more information, we found these resources to be helpful:   Full length books: Yalta, the Price of Peace by SM Plokhy Eight Days at Yalta by Diana Preston Daughters of Yalta by Catharine Grace Katz   Standard overview with some good photos: https://www.britannica.com/event/Yalta-Conference   What went wrong with Poland: https://blog.nationalarchives.gov.uk/what-went-wrong-on-poland-reconsidering-the-legacy-of-the-yalta-agreement/   Big 3 Joint statement at the conclusion of the conference: https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/documents/joint-statement-with-churchill-and-stalin-the-yalta-conference   FDR statement to congress post Yalta: https://millercenter.org/the-presidency/presidential-speeches/march-1-1945-address-congress-yalta   You're Listening To: Becca Grawl & Rebecca Fachner Produced / Edited by: Canden Arciniega   Intro/Outro Music: Well-Seasoned from Audio Hero

    Kitchen Confidante Podcast
    Episode 48: 52 Weeks, 52 Sweets with Vedika Luthra

    Kitchen Confidante Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 33:21


    Episode Notes Vedika Luthra is the creator of the food blog and popular YouTube channel, Hot Chocolate Hits. Born in India, Vedika was raised in Poland and later moved to the Neth