It's the Shake Up and we're talking… PM Scott Morrison finally committing to attend the Glasgow climate conference, what going to uni will look like post-pandemic, and celebrities laying on the PDA. Join Hack's Avani Dias with footballer Akec Makur Chuot, and actor Remy Hii.
Two weeks into the 2021 season, Ohio State football was a complete mess. The Buckeyes had just lost to Oregon, a two-touchdown underdog, and were in danger of being knocked out of the College Football Playoff picture before their season ever really got started. But in the wake of that loss, Ohio State head coach Ryan Day made a radical change, overhauling his defensive coaching staff, removing the playcalling responsibilities from Kerry Coombs, and giving them to Matt Barnes instead. That move was just one of several things that changed, and the results were apparent quickly. But that move was a difficult one for Coombs to swallow. This week, he opened up about that decision, why he chose to stay on staff, what he really thinks about it, and more. You'll hear directly from Coombs about all of that, plus what he thinks the real difference is on the defense, why Denzel Burke has made an immediate impact, how Steele Chambers has changed the story at linebacker for the Buckeyes, and much more.
On Indigenous Peoples Day the whole team is together for another week in Latin America. Pedro Castillo has significantly reshuffled his cabinet and we try to make sense of what this means for Peru, for Peru Libre, and for the movement. We then discuss the increasing political violence In Honduras, including the attempted murder of the daughter of murdered activist Berta Caceres and the murder of a Leftist mayor, ahead of their impending election and the historic bloody grip Capital has had in Central America. We finish off by raging about the extra cartoonish week Puerto Rico has had, almost to the point of losing hope, but we will win. If you support what we do and want access to the Book Club, the Discord community, and the After Dark episodes please consider showing your solidarity at Patreon.com/macheteymate. Also, follow us on all the socials. #HastaLaVictoria
A shakeup of the Commonwealth Games programme has left some sports worried about their future in the event. From 2026 the number of compulsory sports will drop from 16 to two - just athletics and swimming. That leaves other sports facing the prospect of having a pinnacle event chopped. Felicity Reid reports.
Facebook has been in the headlines the last couple of weeks, but something Twitter is launching to take the sting out of social media is what caught our attention. Crockett gives you the details in this week's TACKLING ADULTHOOD PODCAST! Brought to you by Service Electric Cable and TV - providing your Communication needs for over 70 years!! High speed Internet, cable and phone - visit SECTV.com! And by the Cumulus Podcast Network and Cumulus Media Allentown! Find the TACKLING ADULTHOOD podcast wherever you get your podcasts!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeremy "The Impact" York returns for Season 3 of Strong Style where he continues to brings you his unique takes from one of his favorite sports AND topics: Pro Wrestling and MMA! Join him each week as he breaks down all the big action, interviews, craziness and more from WWE, AEW, Impact Wrestling, NJPW, RoH, WOW, UFC, Bellator and so much more! On the fifth episode of Season 3, Jeremy starts with WWE talk centering on the heavyweight titles, 1st night of the Draft and NXT match ups. Then it's on to Impact Wrestling's biggest highlights with a full preview of Knockouts Knockdown. He fineshes dicussing the latest battles from the UFC Fight Night and Bellator 267!!! BONUS: Jeremy gives his picks on UFC Fight Night: Dern V Rodriguez!
On this West Virginia Morning, kids in foster care are already facing a tough road, but a new investigation reveals that some are sent to out-of-state facilities, some of which have been flagged by the state's own Department of Health and Human Resources as problematic.
It's the Shake Up and we're talking… Facebook exposing teen girls to eating disorder content, how vaccine passports could work as restrictions ease, and young Aussies finding their spirituality in witchcraft. Join Hack's Avani Dias with model and podcaster Bodzilla, and influencer Christian Wilkins.
In this weeks episode of Just Pod Baby, Evan discusses the fallout from the loss to the Chargers on Monday Night Football, including a possible shake up on the offensive line. In segment two, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN NFL Nation joins the show to discuss the matchup between the Raiders and Bears. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wolf and Luke take a look at tonight's Thursday Night Football matchup between the Rams and Seahawks and how tonight's score could shake up the NFC West. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wolf and Luke take a look at tonight's Thursday Night Football matchup between the Rams and Seahawks and how tonight's score could shake up the NFC West. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Get Up Crew discusses Red Sox chacnes to succeed in the playoffs. Who wins the NL wild card game? Patriots release Stephon Gilmore out of nowhere. What team should sign Gilmore? Should Fields start for the Bears? What is Nagy really thinking? Is Big Ben going to be benched? Should CFB expand the playoffs?
This solo episode (part one of two) is about humankind's most pivotal revolution in the coming decades and centuries, hands down. It is about meaning, future, consciousness, society and science. Its message is more important than anything I have ever conveyed. If that doesn't tell the listener much, which is understandable, I can say that this conclusion also goes for most other writers out there. Many feel an emptiness and a lack of purpose before the future. This sense of meaninglessness is basically derived from the dreamlike illusion of separation and death we have been living in for thousands of years. We have tried to mitigate our fear of death and our feeling of loneliness through the idea that more physical assets or larger social or cultural capital can enhance the quality of life. We have a feeling of ”… what now?” Artificial intelligence? Advanced biotechnology? Out in space? What is the purpose of all that we are doing? My answer, and the answer from ever more others, is that the next big leap in our evolution will have to be inward — possibly the most important leap so far. Read the episode as an essay on Medium here.
Over the past year, directors of cultural institutions across Los Angeles have announced their retirements, which means a new generation of cultural leadership is upon us. But despite a desire for change that seems nearly universal, new directors must still answer to many of the same funders and face the same pressures as their predecessors—to raise money or sell tickets, to scale up, to stay relevant—all while navigating post-pandemic reopenings and reckonings around race and inclusion. What does Los Angeles need from its new guard of cultural leaders? What obstacles do their institutions face, and how can these new faces surmount them? Will all of the city's culture centers even survive? California African American Museum executive director Cameron Shaw, Inner-City Arts president and CEO Shelby Williams-González, and MAK Center for Art and Architecture director Jia Yi Gu visited Zócalo to discuss the change they plan to be and want to see in one of the world's most vibrant cultural capitals. This Zócalo/Helms Bakery District event was streamed live from Helms Design Center on September 29, 2021 and was moderated by architecture and design journalist Frances Anderton. Read more about our panelists here: https://zps.la/3cjL6OA For a full report on the live discussion, check out the Takeaway: https://zps.la/3FcbZn5
It's the Shake Up and we're talking… NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian resigning after ICAC announced it's investigating her, and international travel resuming next month. Join Hack's Avani Dias with former Liberal politician, lawyer and Kamillaroi man Geoffry Winters and podcast host Rahel Davies
On this episode of Barstool Bench Mob, we start things off discussing huge Mid-Major news with Belmont joining the Missouri Valley Conference (03:30). Rico loves the move and Marty doesn't care. We then move on to some other news and notes including the NCAA officially naming their women's tournament "March Madness", Wendell Moore's viscous practice dunk, and a big pickup for Ohio State. (10:10) Finally, we go through a couple of Mobster Voicemails about the outlooks of Kentucky and Indiana (24:41). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And follow us on Instagram and Twitter @stoolbenchmob
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On Sunday Germany held federal elections that saw the center-left Social Democrats win the largest share of the vote, narrowly beating outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel's center-right bloc in a closely fought race. Both of Germany's traditional leading parties finished with well under 30% of the vote, while the Greens and the pro-business liberals, the Free Democratic Party, backed by young voters, are set to play the role of kingmakers in whichever future coalition gets formed. Until then, Germany could be headed toward a potentially protracted power struggle. Xenia Kounalaki, a journalist and the foreign editor at Kathimerini, joins our host Thanos Davelis with the latest analysis from the election in Germany. You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here: Parties Vie for Power After Election Shakes Up German PoliticsGermany election: Coalition talks begin after close electionStrong quake hits Greek island of Crete; 1 dead, 20 injured1 person dead, buildings damaged as 5.8 magnitude earthquake strikes Greek island of CreteErdogan says Turkey plans to buy more Russian defense systemsExtended interview: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on "Face the Nation"Senator Menendez's tweet about any new Turkish purchase of Russian S-400s
Nia Shanks shares 5 training techniques to shake up your workouts Episode 1494: 5 Training Techniques to Shake Up Your Workouts by Nia Shanks on Bodyweight Exercises and Their Variations Nia Shanks is a writer and coach, and leader of the Lift Like a Girl revolution. She helps women discover and reach their potential through an empowering approach to health, fitness, and life. Nia also hosts The Nia Shanks Show--the podcast dedicated to helping you reach your health and fitness goals and become the most awesome version of yourself. The original post is located here: https://niashanks.com/5-training-techniques-to-shake-up-workouts-1/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey guys, bonjour à tous et bienvenue pour un nouvel épisode de podcast. How is your French going? Now that summer is over and we get back in the daily groove of things with work and school, have you found a place in your busy schedule for your French studies? I hope so and if you haven't, let's take advantage of the few minutes we have together to improve your French. Thank you for sharing your precious time with me. I was thinking about my students from my Let's Talk conversation class. Check it out if you want to practice your French. I noticed that when they speak, a lot of them tend to rely on the same words, the same structures, over and over again. There's nothing wrong about it, especially when we start learning, but there are other words and other structures that we use a lot in spoken French. However, it's difficult to know which ones to choose, because when you open a grammar book and you look for certain types of words, you're overwhelmed with a list of a dozen words… which one to choose? and especially which ones are actually common in daily French? There's no way to know. Today let me give you two words that you're not even going to find in books or in class.
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for Sept. 24, 2021 Plus, the vendor is doubling-down on security, and Nokia launched a new programmable chipCisco overhauls its security management team at a critical junction; and Nokia refreshed its service provider routing silicon. Cisco Security Shakeup: Rittenhouse Out, Shankar In Cisco Targets $80B Security Opportunity, Doubles Down On Zero Trust Nokia Refreshes Service Provider Routing Silicon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There are some significant college football matchups this weekend, headed up by Wisconsin and Notre Dame meeting at Soldier Field in Chicago Saturday at 12:00 pm. Then another neutral-site matchup between Arkansas and Texas A&M in Arlington could turn the race for the SEC West title upside down. Buckeye Scoop's Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman preview 10 of the biggest games of the week and discuss some of the more interesting odds and ends. But mostly odds.
It's the Shake Up and we're talking… How mandating vaccines in construction led to protests on Melbourne's streets, feeling excluded from your friendship group and dealing with hair loss. Join Hack's Avani Dias with writer and anti DV campaigner Tarang Chawla, and Today Show reporter Iza Staskowski.
On this week's episode, EJ and Kendall discuss the drama playing out in Philly over Ben Simmons' refusal to show up to training camp, the T-Wolves decision to fire team president Gersson Rosas, and the Nets and Warriors grappling with the possibility that Kyrie Irving and Andrew Wiggins could miss home games by not getting vaccinated. We'll also recap the Ravens comeback win over the Chiefs and preview this week's showdown between the Bucs and Rams.
At a town hall this week, NASA announced that the Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate will be split in two: the Exploration Systems Development Mission Directorate, led by Jim Free, and the Space Operations Mission Directorate, led by Kathy Lueders. I discuss what this change might mean for the future of NASA's human spaceflight program, and why I think it's not something to worry about if you're a Kathy Lueders stan.This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 42 executive producers—Brandon, Matthew, Simon, Lauren, Melissa, Kris, Pat, Matt, Jorge, Ryan, Donald, Lee, Chris, Warren, Bob, Russell, Moritz, Joel, Jan, David, Joonas, Robb, Tim Dodd (the Everyday Astronaut!), Frank, Julian and Lars from Agile Space, Tommy, Matt, The Astrogators at SEE, Chris, Aegis Trade Law, Fred, Hemant, Dawn Aerospace, and seven anonymous—and 683 other supporters.TopicsNASA Town Hall on Human Spaceflight - YouTubeNASA splits human spaceflight directorate into two organizations - SpaceNewsNASA to split leadership of its human spaceflight program | Ars TechnicaThe ShowLike the show? Support the show!Email your thoughts, comments, and questions to email@example.comFollow @WeHaveMECOListen to MECO HeadlinesJoin the Off-Nominal DiscordSubscribe on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn or elsewhereSubscribe to the Main Engine Cut Off NewsletterBuy shirts and Rocket Socks from the Main Engine Cut Off ShopMusic by Max JustusArtwork photo by ESA
Logan and Jordan break down Luchi Gonzalez being fired from FC Dallas, The Leagues Cup including all Liga MX and MLS teams starting 2023, and changes to Concacaf Champions League in 2024. Follow the show: Twitter: @statesideshow Instagram: @statesideshow Facebook.com/Statesideshow Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Linktree: https://linktr.ee/statesideshow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stoppagetimesoccershow/message
Logan and Jordan break down Luchi Gonzalez being fired from FC Dallas, The Leagues Cup including all Liga MX and MLS teams starting 2023, and changes to Concacaf Champions League in 2024. Follow the show: Twitter: @statesideshow Instagram: @statesideshow Facebook.com/Statesideshow Email: email@example.com Linktree: https://linktr.ee/statesideshow
00:30 Election Shenanigans (10 minutes) Canada goes to the polls as the left-wing government tries to lock down the country. Will we see some of the same mail-in vote shenanigans that we did in the U.S. elections? Meanwhile, Russia has also voted. When it comes to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the mainstream media has no problem talking about how electronic voting makes cheating easier. 10:20 The Ruckus Over AUKUS (22 minutes) A new defense alliance has the potential to shake up global politics. A veteran Vatican watcher believes this new alliance could provide the Catholic Church an opportunity to remake Europe's role in the world. 32:00 Why We Keep the Feast of Tabernacles (22 minutes) Why is the Trumpet Daily staff will away from their regular schedule and keeping the Feast of Tabernacles? This holy day is essential to see world news in its proper perspective.
The Columbus Blue Jackets ended the Traverse City Tournament in sweeping fashion as they knocked off the Toronto Maple Leafs en route to a perfect 4-0 record. There were quite a few goals scored throughout the course of the tournament with big numbers and even larger impressions made. On this week's episode of The Cannon Cast, we get into: Shakeup on Blue Jackets bench and overall trickle-down effect across the organization Blue Jackets dominate in Traverse City Tournament Yegor Chinakhov's shot and Cole Sillinger among those to impress Join the conversation at jacketscannon.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We continue our post-win analysis of the Iowa Hawkeyes victory over Kent State as we take a deep dive into the advanced analytics. Spencer Petras might not look like it at times, but he has improved significantly since last season. Moreover, the defensive line rotation is starting to get a bit clearer as Lukas Van Ness, Logan Lee, and Joe Evans see increases snap numbers. Plus, Jestin Jacobs continues his dominant performance and actually out snaps another starting linebacker. We break down what all of that means here! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(2:00) Corey's nose is cancer-free! (6:45) Norvell's Monday presser; problems but solutions not as specific (10:00) It will get better soon -- does that mean the offense orrrr... (17:00) Be the bamboo! But the criticism is to be expected (23:00) QBs with differing skill sets has to make creating a gameplan inefficient, no? (33:00) He's honest but a little worrisome that teams are catching them off guard so often (36:00) Any implication WRs aren't good enough? (53:00) Defensive depth chart shake up, what else can be done? Music: Digital Underground - No Nose Job Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's a LOADED Monday Aaron Torres Podcast! Aaron explains why he believes this will be the year we get real playoff shake-up, discusses who is most disappointing - Clemson, Oklahoma or Ohio State and if this is the year Penn State breaks through after beating Auburn? Plus, should Alabama be worried after a narrow win over Florida?! Here's a rundown:Are we headed toward an unprecedented playoff?: Aaron opens the show by asking the question - after years of fans complaining about the same teams getting into the playoff every year, is the season we finally get shake-up (2:00)? Aaron explains why teams like Oregon, Iowa, Penn State and BYU could all be in the playoff mix late, while also discussing the struggles of some of college football's powers. He also asks: Which team should we be most worried about, Clemson, Oklahoma or Ohio State, with all three struggling (12:00)?Penn State dominates and Alabama struggles: Finally, Aaron wraps the show by talking about the mega games on Saturday. He explains why he believes Penn State's win over Auburn not only makes them the favorite in the Big Ten, but also a legitimate College Football Playoff contender (27:30). Also, did we actually learn anything about Auburn, despite their close, hard-fought loss on Saturday? Finally he wraps talking Alabama-Florida - the Tide were outscored 26-10 after the first quarter and outgained by 100 yards. Is it time for concern Bama (39:30)? Finally, Aaron wraps with thoughts on Ole Miss, USC and much, much more
It's the Shake Up and we're talking… Why Australia's getting a fleet of nuclear submarines, the lack of diversity in politics and ethical issues around using DNA to bring extinct animals back to life. Join Hack's Avani Dias with racial justice advocate Neha Madhok and founder of ‘The Meeting Tree' Raph Dixon.
Chris and Andy talk about Jim Gianopulos's exit from Paramount and the struggles the studio has faced in getting Paramount+ off the ground (3:04). Then they briefly preview the Emmys (21:50) before talking about one of their favorite shows of the year so far, ‘Reservation Dogs' (28:56). Plus, the joy of ‘Feel Good' on Netflix (42:42). Hosts: Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Evening Standard's political editor Nicholas Cecil joins the show to discuss the cabinet reshuffle. Gavin Williamson's out as Education Secretary, Dominic Raab's been shifted from the Foreign Office to Justice Secretary – although he's also been made Deputy Prime Minister. Nicholas reveals why the thinking behind some of Prime Minister's decision making, and the reasons the shake-up's happening just ahead of winter and a predicted rise in coronavirus cases. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sam and Emma host Adam Tooze, Professor of History at Columbia University and author of the Chartbook newsletter on Substack, to discuss his recent book Shutdown: How Covid Shook the World's Economy, tracing the development of the pandemic and its shockwaves from January 2020 to January 2021. Professor Tooze first reflects on the collective difficulty in processing those twelve months, and how he came to write this book, before he, Emma, and Sam jump all the way back to the start of last year and dive into the mistakes in the original response from the Chinese government, and the massive impact their eventual tactics had on their economy. Next, they reflect on the US's and much of Europe's near-immediate botching of their response, completely overshadowing any initial failures of Xi Jinping's regime and clearly expressing lacking elements of cultural consciousness in the US when it came to masks and social responsibility. Sam jumps on this element, exploring the relationship between cultural consciousness and experience when it comes to responding to pandemics, before they move on to discuss the role of minority media circles, driven by conspiracy, and Emma dives into the role of individualism and atomization in driving the individual skepticism that helps this catch fire. They wrap up the interview by looking back to parallels with the recovery from the 2008 financial crisis, looking at how the 2010 election saw an attempt to push the US back to normalcy and away from the redistribution and social welfare they had set up over the crisis, as well as the important reminder that aid to big businesses had not and would not stop over that time. Prof. Tooze uses this to emphasize the importance of investment in technology as a key was to move US culture forwards, looping in both climate and pandemic policy, before Sam and Emma conclude the free half with a CA recall discussion. And in the Fun Half: Nomiki joins Sam and Emma as they dive into the discourse on AOC's Met Gala appearance, following a brief but very necessary explanation of what it even is for Sam, taking on the elements of performativity, and where they stand, particularly when the performance, debatably, fell short. Next, they get a free Masterpiece lesson on journalism from karaoke journalist Michael Tracey (both in that he performs mostly for crowd engagement and that he uses a karaoke machine) on Covid regulations at Connecticut College, before Terrell from Conn College, calls in to give his own perspective. They also chat CA recall and what rhetoric Dems should push moving into the midterms, plus, your IMs! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here. 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It's the Shake Up and we're talking… Politicians wanting us to learn a more patriotic view of Australian history, the music industry encouraging eligible fans to get vaccinated and Federal MP Craig Kelly spamming us with misinformation. Join Hack's Avani Dias with musician and doctor, Gordi and Kamilaroi man and lawyer, Geoffrey Winters.
The new AP top 25 CFB rankings are out and there were some big shakeups. Buck breaks down the top 25 and what it looks like now versus the rankings in week one. Plus, it has been three years since the passing of Mac Miller. What celebrity death affected you the most?
In this episode, Tom, Suzanne, and Eric discuss Shake Up, Rise of the Metro, Almadi, Happy City, EXIT: The Gate Between Worlds, and Picture Perfect. We answer questions from the mailbag, and then the words start flying as we list our Top Ten Games that make it easy to Trash Talk. Support for The Dice Tower comes from TheOp.games and GameNerdz.com.
Chiefs Shakeups on the 53-Man Roster, Matt Derrick Breaks it Down
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