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Best podcasts about Rutger

Latest podcast episodes about Rutger

Let's Talk Penn State
2021 Week 13: O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all of us command.

Let's Talk Penn State

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 49:18


Tim & Steve thank Canada for the win over Rutger, then celebrate with Canadian trivia. Plus a little bit of talk about Michigan State. The season's almost over, folks!

Let's Talk Penn State
2021 Week 12: #WeAre Sad Again

Let's Talk Penn State

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 56:28


Tim and Steve commiserate over yet another close loss to a good team. Will it ever change? Now we have to play Rutger?

Got Academy Podcast
The Last Duel: Historical Review

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 60:15


The Last Duel (2021, now in theatres) more or less accurately depicts a trial by combat over a rape accusation in France in the year 1386. In this episode, Mallory and Rutger discuss the film and the historical context from the perspective of the three protagonists.

De Rudi & Freddie Show
Rutger Bregman over de lessen van 3 maanden vaderschap

De Rudi & Freddie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 46:15


Luisteraars! Daar zijn wij weer. Niet langer de ontoegankelijke enkelvoud van Jesse, niet weer zo'n podcast over de waardeketens in de wereldwijde verfproductie. Nee, dit keer weer een fijne Rudi & Freddie Show tezamen, een toegankelijke lifestylepodcast over vaderschap. Rutger kreeg drie maanden geleden een kind, dus bij hem giert het onderwerp uit alle poriën. Wat viel hem op na drie maanden vaderschap? Dat Nederland een zalig land is! Allerlei mensen die opeens op je stoep staan om te helpen bij de kindzorg – het is ge-wel-dig. Maar wat ook opvalt is het ietwat dwingende regime van 'natuurlijk' ouderschap dat wordt opgelegd. Goedbedoelde adviezen die dikwijls matig zijn gegrond in wetenschappelijke kennis. Rutger vertelt over het boek Cribsheet van Emily Oster, dat in het huishouden-Bregman inmiddels beter bekendstaat als de 'De Bijbel'. In dit boek worden veel geboden en verboden rond het ouderschap op zijn minst genuanceerd. Misschien het meest in het oog springende voorbeeld: de kwestie borstvoeding versus kunstvoeding. Een onderwerp waarover zeer sterke meningen heersen, maar waar de wetenschap op zijn minst onduidelijk over is. Tot slot vertelt Jesse over de ongelijke verdeling van de lasten van het ouderschap. Economen hebben de afgelopen jaren veel werk verzet om te laten zien dat de komst van een kind vaak een forse inkomensterugval betekent voor de moeder, maar niet voor de vader. Zo neemt het inkomen in Nederland bij moeders relatief tot vaders met zo'n 46 procent af. Leesvoer bij deze aflevering: · Emily Oster, Cribsheet. A Data-Driven Guide to Better, More Relaxed Parenting, From Birth to Preschool (https://bit.ly/3c2e1Zv). Haar eerdere boek Expecting Better (https://bit.ly/30dSOJg over de periode van de zwangerschap) is ook een dikke aanrader. Daarin lees je bijvoorbeeld dat je als vrouw best zo nu en dan een wijntje mag drinken en dat een koffietje ook prima is. · Het oorspronkelijke artikel van Oster over borstvoeding (in haar boek heeft ze een nog langere analyse): 'Everybody Calm Down About Breastfeeding' (https://53eig.ht/3oe4QuG). · De studie uit 2018 in Social Science & Medicine: 'The best of intentions: Prenatal breastfeeding intentions and infant health' (https://bit.ly/3D6PP4d). · Tamar Stelling schreef over de kindboete: 'Dit is waarom steeds minder vrouwen kinderen willen (en geef ze eens ongelijk)' (https://bit.ly/309f8nw). Zoals altijd zijn wij weer te bereiken op rudienfreddieshow@decorrespondent.nl!

CUNA News Podcast
Sponsored: Credit unions of the future

CUNA News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 17:07


Culture will shape the future of financial services for credit unions. That's according to leaders from Curinos, a leading provider of data, technologies, and insights in the financial industry. This episode of the CUNA News Podcast features four guests from Curinos:Hank Israel, director of innovation and new markets.Chris Ward, director of digital and consulting.Rutger van Faassen, head of product and market strategy.Randy Rosen, vice president of benchmarking and applied analytics. They discuss what the credit union of the future will look like, how cultural digital transformation will affect credit unions, and what credit unions can do to prepare.

Hardhorig
Mede//makers - Rutger Lemm en Henk van Straten

Hardhorig

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 38:02


Hard//hoofd heeft inmiddels al veel grote namen voortgebracht. In mede//makers gaan onze makers van vroeger en nu in gesprek met anderen in wiens werk ze zich herkennen of met wie ze raakvlakken voelen. Voor deze eerste keer: Rutger Lemm en Henk van Straten over het thema 'mislukking' in hun werk.

Got Academy Podcast
Beowulf on Film

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 58:58


Beowulf is an epic poem from 6th c. southern Scandinavia, recorded in Anglo-Saxon a few centuries later. The poem recalls a time when brutal warriors in small kingdoms dominated the North Sea coasts as the transition from paganism to Christianity was unfolding. In this episode, Gil and Rutger review three films based on the plot of the poem: Beowulf (2007), Beowulf & Grendel (2005), and Outlander (2008).

Onscast - de podcast van Ons Son en Breugel

Deze week in de Onscast, de podcast van Ons Son en Breugel, duikt Rutger van der Heijden dieper in onder andere de bezwaarschriftencommissie. Ook praat hij over een nieuw distributiecentrum voor Ubiquiti en Worldpack, het uitstellen van werkzaamheden in de bossen en zelfs in de verkiezingen van 2018. Shownotes Onscast #43: - https://onssonenbreugel.nl/onscast-43

Stripjournaal
Rutger Gret a.k.a Dutch Lucky Luke

Stripjournaal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 73:54


In deze aflevering van de podcast praten we een uur lang met Rutger Gret. Of met Dutch Lucky Luke? Eigenlijk een beetje van allebei. [...] Het bericht Rutger Gret a.k.a Dutch Lucky Luke verscheen eerst op Stripjournaal.

The Irish Tech News Podcast
Navigating the present and preparing for tomorrow – with intelligent data

The Irish Tech News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 29:14


Financial institutions are sitting on top of a lot of data, and so much of that goes unused, whether it is because the data is sitting in disparate systems that do not play well together, or because of the lack of expertise or resources to truly benefit from the power of it. In this episode of One Vision, Theo and Bradley play host to three thought leaders from Curinos –– Sarah Welch, Suraya Randawa, and Rutger van Faassen –– to talk about how financial institutions can harness the power of intelligent data to build digital relationships at scale, and create new competitive advantage for the digital future.

Rhetoriq
Navigating the present and preparing for tomorrow – with intelligent data

Rhetoriq

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 29:14


Financial institutions are sitting on top of a lot of data, and so much of that goes unused, whether it is because the data is sitting in disparate systems that do not play well together, or because of the lack of expertise or resources to truly benefit from the power of it. In this episode of One Vision, Theo and Bradley play host to three thought leaders from Curinos –– Sarah Welch, Suraya Randawa, and Rutger van Faassen –– to talk about how financial institutions can harness the power of intelligent data to build digital relationships at scale, and create new competitive advantage for the digital future. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast
Radio Wereld: Hoe Polen en de VS hun Hooggerechtshof gebruiken voor politiek

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 52:13


Rutger van der Hoeven en Casper Thomas in gesprek met Mathieu Segers over hoe Polen op ramkoers ligt met de Europese Unie, en met Laila Frank over de Republikeinse aanval op het recht op abortus in de VS. En Sebastian Kurz: is hij nou een boef of niet?  

Got Academy Podcast
Techno on film

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 64:25


Electronic dance music took Europe by storm in the years following 1989. The music became the soundtrack across the unifying continent for the post-Cold War euphoria of the decade when the world went online. In this episode, Rutger reviews five films that depict events from the "second Summer of Love" in Manchester in the late eighties to the early noughties in Berlin: 24 Hour Party People (2002), Trainspotting (1996), Wasted (1996), It's All Gone Pete Tong (2004) and Berlin Calling (2008). For this episode, there exists a 45-minute mix of some of the songs featured in the films and discussed in the review. This can be found at https://www.ourpodacademy.com/post/techno-on-film

Cryptocast | BNR
189 B: De zin en onzin van NFT's

Cryptocast | BNR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 42:17


De wereld van NFT's groeit razend snel. De excessen vallen op, maar ondertussen is er ook veel interessants gaande. Wat zijn NFT's precies? Hoe doe je onderzoek? En moet je eigenlijk belasting betalen over jouw NFT's? Te gast is Rutger van Zuidam, oprichter van de Oddysey Momentum-metaverse en enthousiast gebruiker van NFT's. Met hem bespreken we ook de link tussen NFT's en de metaverse.

Flickers from the Cave
Episode 196 - Rutger Power Hauer

Flickers from the Cave

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


Rutger Hauer was one of our favorites, from Nighthawks, to Blade Runner, to Wedlock, to Flesh+Blood, to Hobo with a Shotgun and countless other films, he left a huge mark on world cinema. We decided to look at two of his films on the show, starting off with 1986's Wanted Dead or Alive, from one of our favorite directors Gary Sherman. It's an action packed tale of a terrorist, played by Gene Simmons, being pursued by a former intelligence agent, played by Hauer, who now works as a bounty hunter. With really strong performances across the board and some great twists and turns, this is a solid choice! We follow that up with 1992's Split Second which is set in a near-future flooded London where a stealthy monster is on a murder spree, purused by policeman Hauer and his new partner. This one also has great performances and some nice surprises and we recommend it fully. We then ramble through a list of other things we've seen. Please let us know what you thought of the show, and send us some suggestions for future episodes. You can email us at flickersfrom@yahoo.com or flickersfrom@gmail.com. You can also reach us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Cryptocast | BNR
189 A: Op weg naar een all time high?

Cryptocast | BNR

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 23:29


Bitcoin zit weer vol in de lift en een nieuw hoogtepunt lijkt aanstaande. Tegelijkertijd blijven altcoins achter? Wat zit er achter deze marktbewegingen? Ook bespreken we de situatie van cryptovaluta in Afghanistan. Aan de ene kant vrezen veel bedrijven in het land voor het ingrijpen van de Taliban. Aan de andere kant is bitcoin voor veel Afghanen ook een belangrijk middel om waarde te behouden en te versturen. Te gast is Rutger van Zuidam, samen met co-host Krijn Soeteman.

Gooische Business - NHGIB
NHGIB 20211008 – met oa Jeroen van de Ven en Rutger Bosch van Revolt

Gooische Business - NHGIB

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 50:40


We hebben vandaag oa Herman Dummer de programmamanager vd Dutch Media Week aan de telefoon, Caroline de Jong vertelt over semi-permanente make-up, ennnnnn, de mannen van Revolt, dat is, Jeroen van de Ven en Rutger Bosch vertellen over hun start-up avontuur.

Golan-Globus Theater
Tippy-Taps 31: Forever Knight - Blind Faith

Golan-Globus Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 56:50


From one blind hero to another. However, unlike Rutger's character in Blind Fury, our blind character in this episode is loathed by her "friends and family." Thankfully our hero sees beyond the handicap and sees that Jody is human after all. Or is she?

Gooische Business - NHGIB
NHGIB 20211001 – met oa Rutger Siersma over zijn nwe wijnwinkel in Laren

Gooische Business - NHGIB

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 49:17


We hadden Maarten van Vugt te gast, hij vertelde over hoe meer omzet te realiseren hetgeen hij in een boek vastlegt, Arjen Hoeksma is makelaar in boten bij De Valk Yacht Brokers ennn Rutger Siersma opende vandaag zijn 3e wijnwinkel in Laren

Golan-Globus Theater
Blind Fury (Rutger Hauer Month W/Jack Badelaire)

Golan-Globus Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 171:20


Sadly this Rutger month had to come to an end. Jack pitches in to carry us through the last stretch of this beautiful month of movies. Plenty of sheepskin condom talk, few answers. Enjoy and see you next time! Find out more about Jack here! postmodernpulp.com

Got Academy Podcast
Love and Time Travel on Film

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 43:27


Time travel is an awesome power that, apparently, is wielded by manchildren in order to groom and gaslight women. Gil and Rutger review the highly similar films, The Time Traveler's Wife (2009) and About Time (2013). As a palate cleanser, the shockingly oedipal Back To The Future (1985).

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast
Radio|Wereld: Rust in Duitsland, stilte in Afghanistan

De Groene Amsterdammer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 57:50


In de Duitse verkiezingen wint zaterdag de kandidaat die het best het gevoel van stabiliteit weet op te roepen, legt Mathieu Segers uit – een reflectie van de Duitse cultuur, en de rol van begrenzing. Rutger van der Hoeven en Casper Thomas wegen AUKUS, een nieuw strategisch bondgenootschap van de VS, VK en Australië dat China moet indammen – en dat vragen oproept over het verschil tussen Trump en Biden. Tot slot reflecteert Bette Dam op de razendsnelle overname van Afghanistan door de Taliban, en op de simplistische narratieven die we gebruiken om het land te begrijpen. 

Got Academy Podcast
Back to the Future Trilogy

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 54:12


In our series on time travel, we treat ourselves to one of the greatest film franchises of all time: Back to the Future. Gil and Rutger explore the evolution of our morals from the depicted 1950s (and 1880s and 2010s) through the time the films were made, and on to our present day. Are time machines just tools for manipulating the world into getting what you want - especially from women - or can we aim higher? 

Bleav in Rutgers
Temple Review/Syracuse Preview

Bleav in Rutgers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 15:53


The Bleav in the Garden State Podcast is back! We review Rutger's huge win over Temple this past weekend as well as preview the upcoming game against Syracuse! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Golan-Globus Theater
Wedlock (Rutger Hauer Month W/FromPage2Screen)

Golan-Globus Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 146:02


Covering the ugly duckling of the Rutger bunch. Why is he a nerd? Find everything Stuart at frompage2screen.com - including his socials and what not that y'all should follow because he's dynamite with a laser beam.

'Cuse Militia Podcast
Episode 315- Syracuse Football: Rutgers Preview!

'Cuse Militia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 41:46


What's up Cuse Nation?!?! What the hell is a Rutger? No one knows! No one cares! But.....we'll let you know what we think about said Rutgers coming into a fan filled dome! Then, we'll go over our last weeks predictions and give you this weeks! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Got Academy Podcast
Re-Posting: The Evolution of Wall Street on Film

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 55:38


Wall Street and its flaws are a common theme in movies, which emphasize the excesses, the risk-taking, and the societal fallout. But once upon a time, banking and finance were boring, steady occupations - and even before that, they were the domain of Florentine family businesses and Venetian Jews. What changed, and why? Gil and Rutger discuss Hollywood portrays the world of finance capitalism over 50 years: Merry Poppins (1964), Wall Street (1980), The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), and The Big Short (2015)

Movie Chumps
Episode 76: Blade Runner (1982)

Movie Chumps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 88:05


Blade Runner's stunning atmosphere and visuals? They're matched only by Corrye's articulation of humanity and how it looms large in Ridley Scott's picture. The fellas play hardball, quickly tackling the "is Deckard a replicant" question right out of the gate. PLUS: Luke is perplexed by the lack of security at the Tyrell Corporation and complains (again!) about movie criticism; Corrye stumps Luke in 5 Questions; and the "hidden" gem outside Rochester where Corrye and Luke stumbled into each other.

De Correspondent
Is de econoom de vijand van het volk? (Met milieu-econoom Rick van der Ploeg)

De Correspondent

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 62:36


Luisteraars! De volgende aflevering in de serie ontoegankelijke gesprekken zonder Rutger. Dit keer een gesprek met Rick van der Ploeg. Je kent hem misschien nog als staatssecretaris van Cultuur en Media in het kabinet Kok-II, maar hij is eigenlijk vooral econoom. En in het bijzonder: milieu-econoom. Dat treft, want we spraken elkaar in de week dat het IPCC haar laatste klimaatrapport publiceerde. Dus: was daar nog wat nieuws aan? En hoe moet je eigenlijk nadenken over de economische kosten van klimaatverandering? Wat is de invloed van kantelpunten? Wat is de invloed van de kleine kans op klimaatcatastrofe? Moeten we vrezen dat landen als Saudi-Arabie in anticipatie van klimaatbeleid snel al hun olie oppompen? En als we werkelijk zo moeten vrezen voor de economische schade van klimaatverandering, zouden we dan ook niet meer geld moeten investeren in het verkennen van drastische opties als geo-engineering? Vlak voor de podcast wist ik nog een oud boekje van Van Der Ploeg op kop te tikken: ‘Is de econoom de vijand van het volk?' uit 1992. Een retorische vraag die in het boekje ontkennend werd beantwoord. Nee, vooral de politicus moest het in het boekje ontgelden. Die wenste gevestigde deelbelangen te beschermen tegen de tucht van de markt. Nu had ik kwade tongen horen beweren dat het boekje een neoliberaal schotschrift was. Dat de PvdA ontspoort was dankzij figuren zoals Rick van der Ploeg, die er een economistisch wereldbeeld op nahielden. Dus: wat dacht hij daar zelf nu van? Hoe keek hij terug op zijn visie van toen? En hoe heeft hij het politieke bedrijf ervaren? Als econoom schreef hij veel cynische stukjes over politici, is hij daar anders naar gaan kijken toen hij zelf politicus werd?

De Rudi & Freddie Show
Is de econoom de vijand van het volk? (Met milieu-econoom Rick van der Ploeg)

De Rudi & Freddie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 62:36


Luisteraars! De volgende aflevering in de serie ontoegankelijke gesprekken zonder Rutger. Dit keer een gesprek met Rick van der Ploeg. Je kent hem misschien nog als staatssecretaris van Cultuur en Media in het kabinet Kok-II, maar hij is eigenlijk vooral econoom. En in het bijzonder: milieu-econoom. Dat treft, want we spraken elkaar in de week dat het IPCC haar laatste klimaatrapport publiceerde. Dus: was daar nog wat nieuws aan? En hoe moet je eigenlijk nadenken over de economische kosten van klimaatverandering? Wat is de invloed van kantelpunten? Wat is de invloed van de kleine kans op klimaatcatastrofe? Moeten we vrezen dat landen als Saudi-Arabie in anticipatie van klimaatbeleid snel al hun olie oppompen? En als we werkelijk zo moeten vrezen voor de economische schade van klimaatverandering, zouden we dan ook niet meer geld moeten investeren in het verkennen van drastische opties als geo-engineering? Vlak voor de podcast wist ik nog een oud boekje van Van Der Ploeg op kop te tikken: ‘Is de econoom de vijand van het volk?' uit 1992. Een retorische vraag die in het boekje ontkennend werd beantwoord. Nee, vooral de politicus moest het in het boekje ontgelden. Die wenste gevestigde deelbelangen te beschermen tegen de tucht van de markt. Nu had ik kwade tongen horen beweren dat het boekje een neoliberaal schotschrift was. Dat de PvdA ontspoort was dankzij figuren zoals Rick van der Ploeg, die er een economistisch wereldbeeld op nahielden. Dus: wat dacht hij daar zelf nu van? Hoe keek hij terug op zijn visie van toen? En hoe heeft hij het politieke bedrijf ervaren? Als econoom schreef hij veel cynische stukjes over politici, is hij daar anders naar gaan kijken toen hij zelf politicus werd?

Got Academy Podcast
The Simone Biles Effect: Sports Heads Left

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 46:17


Since the pandemic, the world of sports has changed. We see it all over the world, across athletic fields, across populations, languages, cultures and whatnot: feelings of empathy and collectiveness are on the rise, while the haters have quarantined themselves into a corner. Gil and Rutger discuss Simone Biles and many other cases of extreme global feelings of thankfulness and appreciation.

Atmósfera
Atmósfera - Rutger Hoedemaekers, Snow Palms, ciclo "Música en órbita" - 22/08/21

Atmósfera

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 120:05


Abrimos este domingo muchas novedades con diversidades sonoras múltiples que mantendrán nuestra mente fresca y atenta y conoceremos el Ciclo "Música en órbita". Abriremos nuestra Atmósfera con el compositor holandés Rutger Hoedemaekers y seguiremos con Lawrence Lek, Chris Abrahams, Jetzmann, John 3:16, Russell Haswell, Man From Sol, Øyvind Brandtsegg, Snow Palms y Peter Zirbs Escuchar audio

De Correspondent
Waarom is Nederland zo aangeharkt en Vlaanderen zo'n rommeltje? (En meer over ruimtelijke ordening)

De Correspondent

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 62:41


Luisteraars! Rutger is er niet, maar ik ga vrolijk voort. Dit keer praat ik met Edwin Buitelaar, programmaleider ruimtelijke ontwikkeling bij het Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving. De vakantieperiode drukt je met de neus op de ruimtelijke feiten. Je vliegtuig daalt richting luchthaven, en dan verschijnt daar opeens dat Nederlandse landschap, als een doos kleurpotloden van geordende glorie. Verdomd, hier is over nagedacht! Het tegengestelde gevoel bekruipt je als je door Vlaanderen rijdt: linten aan ruim opgezette woningen, elk huis een eigen eilandje van unieke lelijkheid. Ruimtelijke ordenaars schetsen vaak het schrikbeeld van 'Vlaamse toestanden': uitgespreide wildgroei van dunne bebouwing. Maar waarom is dat precies zo'n probleem? Waarom zijn de verschillen überhaupt zo groot en welke regels hebben er nu precies voor gezorgd dat Nederland zo anders oogt dan Vlaanderen? En wat is eigenlijk beter? Verder: bijna alle politieke partijen willen een miljoen woningen bouwen. Samen met Edwin bespreek ik of de plannen daarvoor voldoende zijn. We hebben het over grond, en waarom het toch zo'n bijzonder economisch goedje is. En we buigen ons over de vraag: van wie is de stad?

De Rudi & Freddie Show
Waarom is Nederland zo aangeharkt en Vlaanderen zo'n rommeltje?(En meer over ruimtelijke ordening)

De Rudi & Freddie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 62:41


Luisteraars! Rutger is er niet, maar ik ga vrolijk voort. Dit keer praat ik met Edwin Buitelaar, programmaleider ruimtelijke ontwikkeling bij het Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving. De vakantieperiode drukt je met de neus op de ruimtelijke feiten. Je vliegtuig daalt richting luchthaven, en dan verschijnt daar opeens dat Nederlandse landschap, als een doos kleurpotloden van geordende glorie. Verdomd, hier is over nagedacht! Het tegengestelde gevoel bekruipt je als je door Vlaanderen rijdt: linten aan ruim opgezette woningen, elk huis een eigen eilandje van unieke lelijkheid. Ruimtelijke ordenaars schetsen vaak het schrikbeeld van 'Vlaamse toestanden': uitgespreide wildgroei van dunne bebouwing. Maar waarom is dat precies zo'n probleem? Waarom zijn de verschillen überhaupt zo groot en welke regels hebben er nu precies voor gezorgd dat Nederland zo anders oogt dan Vlaanderen? En wat is eigenlijk beter? Verder: bijna alle politieke partijen willen een miljoen woningen bouwen. Samen met Edwin bespreek ik of de plannen daarvoor voldoende zijn. We hebben het over grond, en waarom het toch zo'n bijzonder economisch goedje is. En we buigen ons over de vraag: van wie is de stad?

Got Academy Podcast
Time Loops on Film

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 64:22


What would happen if time didn't simply move forward linearly, but instead the same trajectory could be taken multiple times? What would the experience be like emotionally, or philosophically? What would the paradoxes be? In this episode, Gil and Rutger explore this scenario through sci-fi films.

NFP with DKleine
Rutger VanDerTas and Niels Broszat

NFP with DKleine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 72:12


Rutger VanDerTas and Niels Broszat drop in from the Guild to chat with DKleine. Niels Broszat and DKleine begin by discussing the horrors of colonialism and the growing calls for reconciliation and compensation for victims of Canada's residential school system. Rutger VanDerTas then joins in the conversation, which focuses on the Guild's mission to promote inclusion and to be a force of positive transformation in society. The group then goes to on share personal projects and future plans.

Oilfield 360 Podcast
Episode #36: Rutger Niers, President and CEO of Edge OFS Holdings LLC

Oilfield 360 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 69:26


On this episode, the guys are joined by Rutger Niers, CEO of Edge OFS. We talk humble beginnings, the trials and tribulations of the Oilfield, supporting several disparate service companies during Covid, driving a common, efficiency-focused culture and leading a multi-national business and treating people the way you want to be treated. We encourage you to check out Edge's website, EdgeOFS.com while listening to this great conversation.

For People with Bishop Rob Wright
A Story of Redemption with Special Guest Lawrence Bell | Part 2 of 2

For People with Bishop Rob Wright

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 25:35


Redemption is an important theme in the Bible and in the world. It teaches us that people can come out of tough situations and that Good News can prevail. It can make brokenness new. In this episode, Bishop Wright continues a conversation with special guest Lawrence Bell, who served 30 years and 1 day in prison.  In it, they discuss how Lawrence found and kept his faith in prison, his supporters that stood alongside him as they fought for his release, and what his life looks like now as a redeemed man of faith standing for truth and justice in a world in desperate need. Arrested at 14 years old and sentenced to life plus 50 years with a 55-year parole disqualifier, Lawrence Bell won his release in June 2020, after having served 30 years in prison. He graduated, Summa Cum Laude, Rutger's Newark with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice Studies in December 2020. He works as an Honorarium for Swarthmore College and the Lang Center for Human Values, lecturing on African religions in the Antebellum South as well as the History of American Penological System. In addition, he is a frequent contributor and guest lecturer for Critical Conversations – a Princeton University run social awareness forum. Lawrence is an active member of the Transformative Justice Initiative, based out of Camden, New Jersey, and a member of The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice's RACE Counsel for Change. He is committed to criminal justice reform, particularly as it relates to Adult Charged Juvenile Offenders and community empowerment.

Motion Picture Meltdown
MPM: Ep. 362 - Check Under The Name Terri Yist

Motion Picture Meltdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021


Hey friends and listeners! Thanks for tuning in to episode 362 of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week, Dehart chooses the flicks and we celebrate a couple of Rutger Hauer movies in honor of his passing. We watch Wanted: Dead or Alive, and Blind Fury. In this episode, we pick our favorite movie hideouts, we wonder if Rutger is wearing an old woman

For People with Bishop Rob Wright
A Story of Redemption with Special Guest Lawrence Bell | Part 1 of 2

For People with Bishop Rob Wright

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 34:31


Redemption is an important theme in the Bible and in the world. It teaches us that people can come out of tough situations and that Good News can prevail. It can make brokenness new. In this episode, Bishop Wright has a conversation with special guest Lawrence Bell, who served 30 years and 1 day in prison.  He began his sentence at the age of 14. They discuss Lawrence's life from his young years until his arrest. His is a story of neglect, darkness, and pain. What we know is that Jesus is there and is always a road from darkness into light; where brokenness is made new.  Listen in for the full conversation.Arrested at 14 years old and sentenced to life plus 50 years with a 55-year parole disqualifier, Lawrence Bell won his release in June 2020, after having served 30 years in prison. He graduated, Summa Cum Laude, Rutger's Newark with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice Studies in December 2020. He works as an Honorarium for Swarthmore College and the Lang Center for Human Values, lecturing on African religions in the Antebellum South as well as the History of American Penological System. In addition, he is a frequent contributor and guest lecturer for Critical Conversations – a Princeton University run social awareness forum. Lawrence is an active member of the Transformative Justice Initiative, based out of Camden, New Jersey, and a member of The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice's RACE Counsel for Change. He is committed to criminal justice reform, particularly as it relates to Adult Charged Juvenile Offenders and community empowerment.

Got Academy Podcast
Climate Change in Movies

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 44:24


With record heat waves in Canada, and a few weeks ago in Northern Russia, climate change is manifesting more and more clearly. In this episode, we look at how Hollywood depicts it. Gil and Rutger review three films: The Day After Tomorrow (2004), Snowpiercer (2013), and Interstellar (2014).

Blackout Podcast
Pasha Ebrahimi - Film, TV, and Theatre Actor - Writer

Blackout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 78:23


Pasha Ebrahimi is a film and theatre professional with roots in the Maritime provinces. He is known for his work on such East Coast film and television productions as Hobo with a Shotgun, Trailer Park Boys, Pure, Call Me Fitz, Sex and Violence, and many more.  His career trajectory propelled him from the East Coast to the West Coast as he earned roles on prominent shows such as Supergirl, Six, Supernatural, Shadow Hunters: The Mortal Instruments, and The Good Doctor, acting alongside industry staples such as Teri Hatcher, Richard Brake, Rutger Hauer, and Henry Thomas.  Pasha's dedication to his craft and his ability to develop nuanced performances have earned him numerous film festival nominations including three ACTRA nominations: once for Best Actor (Lord of Chaos) and twice for Best Supporting Actor (Sex and Violence). He is represented by Trina Allen at Play Management https://m.imdb.com/name/nm3395644/ (You can find an up-to-date list of Pasha's released roles on his IMDB page: ) Support this podcast

The One You Feed
409: Rutger Bregman on Human Nature and Hope

The One You Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 59:00


Rutger Bregman is one of Europe's most prominent young thinkers. A historian and author, Rutger has published several books on history, philosophy, and economics. His book, History of Progress, was awarded the Belgian Liberales Prize for best nonfiction book of 2013.In this episode, Eric and Rutger discuss his book Humankind: A Hopeful History, where they delve into the scientific, historical, and philosophical components of human nature.If you need help with or are looking for support in working with your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, check out The One You Feed Coaching Program. To learn more and to schedule a free 30-minute call with Eric, visit oneyoufeed.net/coachBut wait – there's more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It's that simple and we'll give you good stuff as a thank you!In This Interview, Rutger Bregman and I Discuss Human Nature, Hope, and …His book, Humankind: A Hopeful HistoryAsking the scientific questions and the philosophical questionsThe opposing theories of basic human natureEvolutionary biology and the survival of the friendliestCollective intelligence is what makes humans specialThe paradox of humans being the kindest and also the cruelest speciesHis rules for a realistic view of human nature: when in doubt, assume the bestThe broken systems that are created for the small percentage rather than the largest percentage of peoplePygmalion effect is the power of expectations; we become what we think we will becomeImportant distinctions between empathy and compassionUnderstanding that changing the world begins with changing ourselvesRutger Bregman Links:Rutger's WebsiteTwitterFacebookTalkspace is the online therapy company that lets you connect with a licensed therapist from anywhere at any time at a fraction of the cost of traditional therapy. It's therapy on demand. Visit www.talkspace.com or download the app and enter Promo Code: WOLF to get $100 off your first month.Ana Luisa Jewelry makes beautiful, high-quality, and sustainably crafted jewelry pieces that are also affordable! Visit analuisa.com/wolf and enter Promo code: WOLF for 10% off your purchase.Relief band is the #1 FDA-cleared 100% drug-free anti-nausea wristband that has been clinically proven to relieve and effectively prevent nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness, anxiety, migraines, hangovers, morning sickness, chemotherapy, and so much more. Go to www.reliefband.com and use promo code WOLF for 20% off plus free shipping and a 30 day money back guarantee.If you enjoyed this conversation with Rutger Bregman on Human Nature and Hope, you might also enjoy these other episodes:Deep Transformation with Spring WashamHow our Perception Creates Reality with John PerkinsPrivacy Policy and California Privacy Notice.

De Rudi & Freddie Show
Waarom bestaat Almere? En nog veel meer vragen aan professor Coen Teulings

De Rudi & Freddie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 80:56


Luisteraars, ik ben alleen. Rutger is vertrokken naar exotische oorden (Callantsoog of zoiets). In de vorige podcast kondigde ik daarom al aan dat ik deze week een volstrekt ontoegankelijke podcast ging opnemen. Een gesprek dat ik wil voeren, niet waar jullie naar willen luisteren. Ik kan nu zeggen: dat is gelukt. Mijn gast is Coen Teulings, voormalig directeur van het Centraal Planbureau, thans hoogleraar aan de Universiteit Utrecht. Teulings heeft een breed oeuvre in de economie: pensioenen, macro-economie, stedelijke economie. Hij lijkt zich nu iets meer richting wereldgeschiedenis te bewegen, dus dat zal wel zo'n boek worden met één woord in de titel. Je kent het genre: Kapitaal, Groei, Geld, Mand. Dus, waar gaat de podcast over? Over waarom jagers-verzamelaars niet in steden woonden, waarom Babyloniërs wel in steden gingen wonen, waarom wij in steden wonen, zelfs al kost het een godsvermogen om in zo'n pot met pieren te wonen. Waarom bestaat Almere? Moet er een hogesnelheidslijn komen tussen Amsterdam en Groningen? Onderwijs, overgewaardeerd of ondergewaardeerd? Eigendomsrechten, meer of liever iets minder? En nog veel meer. Mocht je je nog iets afvragen: Coen Teulings praat hieronder mee. Andere opmerkingen, suggesties en doodsbedreigingen mogen naar rudienfreddieshow@decorrespondent.nl.

Got Academy Podcast
COVID Lab Leak Hypotheses

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 58:56


The Biden administration is investigating a lab leak as a possible origin story for the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Meanwhile, Jon Stewart has gone all-in on the scenario in the Late Show. All of a sudden, it has become thinkable among liberals that nearly 4 million people (and counting) have died from what might have been an accident in a research lab. Gil and Rutger rank the main hypotheses and the arguments for and against them.

Books on Pod
#139 - Rutger Bregman on HUMANKIND

Books on Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 61:21


Historian and bestselling author Rutger Bregman chats with Trey Elling about HUMANKIND: A HOPEFUL HISTORY. Over the past few decades, many scientists have become much more optimistic on human nature. Did you know that a real life version of the fictional book Lord of the Flies happened in the 1960s with drastically different results? Or that the Stanford Prison Experiment was not the pure process its head scientists led us to believe? Or that a Norwegian prison which allows it inhabitants a shocking amount of trust and freedom creates law-abiding citizens? Trey and Rutger discuss these things and much more.

Your Nonprofit Life
S2E09: Cultivating Community on College Campuses

Your Nonprofit Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 48:38


Rutgers is the 8th oldest college in the U.S. having received its charter in 1766—10 years before the Revolution. Recent research documents the university's foundation on land taken from the indigenous Lenape people and at one time benefited from slave labor and funds derived from purchasing and selling slaves. As you can imagine, it's not easy creating a sense of belonging for students whose ancestors were directly impacted by this. And for decades...centuries, really... there was no association dedicated to serving the alumni of African descent. But that all changed when students banded together in 1989 to form the original Rutgers African-American Alumni Alliance on campus. RAAA was re-launched in 2001 (and incorporated in 2006) as an all-volunteer organization serving the African, Afro-Asian, Black/African-American, Afro-Caribbean & Afro-Latinx alumni encompassing all of Rutgers University's undergraduate and graduate schools in New Jersey. In this episode, my guest, Kendall Hall, shares her passion for building unity and developing camaraderie among students, faculty, and staff of African descent—not only as alumni, but possibly just as important, while they are are actively enrolled in studies at the University. She explains how a student's experience of belonging while studying at the university directly impacts their involvement as alumni which indirectly impacts the experience future students have at Rutgers. And it makes sense, right? If you don't feel like you belong at your university, when you matriculate, you walk away. Envisioning a more inclusive future for both students and alumni, Kendall has actively been involved in running various aspects of RAAA, Inc. since 2001. Notably, she worked directly with the class of 1971 on the their class gift: the Paul Robeson Plaza to honor one of Rutger's most famous graduates. Kendall highlights why this project was so significant for the university, and why she was so intent on helping with it even though she graduated more than 25 years after the class of 71. I can't wait for you to meet Kendall Hall, President of Rutger's African-American Alumni Association, Inc. https://yournonprofitlife.com/s2e09-kendall-hall

Got Academy Podcast
Dutch Colonialism in Movies

Got Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 114:40


The Dutch have maintained a colonial presence in what is now Indonesia for over three centuries. What started out as swashbuckling adventures that are still sometimes viewed with chest-puffing pride gradually evolved into increasingly pervasive domination. The final chapters were only written in the mid-twentieth century and still cause lingering trauma. In this podcast, Gil and Rutger review three films that span the full period from the "Golden Age" spice trade beginnings propagandized in Admiral (2015), through the cash crop exploitation poignantly depicted in Max Havelaar (1976, after a highly influential novel from 1860), culminating in the bloody decolonization and war of independence in the current film De Oost (2021).

Eat Sleep Work Repeat
Rutger Bregman is hopeful for humankind

Eat Sleep Work Repeat

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 58:16


Sign up for the newsletterRutger Bregman’s Humankind was my favourite book of 2020 and it comes out in paperback next month. A brilliant read (that also works wonderfully as an audiobook) it will appeal to fans of Yuval Noah Harari's Sapiens or anyone who wants a provocative, thoughtful summer read.To mark the paperback release I spoke to him about universal basic income, the way that we've worked in lockdown, and why we turn our backs to lots of evidence that humans are innately kind, decent beings.Rutger's brilliant book Humankind is out in paperback in May 2021.Rutger mentions he's written recently about the end of neoliberalism - you can read that here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Adulting
#99 Following Your Intuition, Diverse Communities & Human Nature with Rutger Bregman

Adulting

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2021 63:21


Hey Podulters! In this week’s episode I speak to Rutger Bregman, he is a historian, author and speaker. I’m sure if you listen to the podcast regularly you will have heard me mention his book, Utopia For Realists, multiple times. Unlike pretty much anyone else I have spoken to, Rutger said he was pretty happy with everything he had learnt in school