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Lighthouse Hockey: for New York Islanders fans
Islanders Anxiety - Episode 213 - Six Months of Playoffs

Lighthouse Hockey: for New York Islanders fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 77:42


Mike and Dan wrap up the preseason and look ahead to the start of the Islanders regular season, with a mix of excitement and apprehension. They talk about the need for the team to have a hot start and not repeat the dreariness of last year's regular season. They look at a couple of injuries the Islanders are already dealing with (and the expected radio silence on details), the performances of a few prospects and how having some depth and cap space going into the season can only be seen as positives. In the second half, they make some bold predictions for the upcoming season, rant about the worthlessness of the NHL's flagship television network and make a massive announcement about new merch you can buy right now. Visit our friends: Vintage Ice Hockey for t-shirts, hoodies and jerseys with hundreds of classic hockey logos, and our Al Arbour and The Island merch which benefit dementia research. Use the code ANXIETY to save 15%. The Pinot Project has Rose, Pinot Grigio and a Wine Enthusiast Best Buy Pinot Noir, all under $15 a bottle. Available at local wine stores and UBS Arena. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

So you want to be a copywriter with Bernadette Schwerdt
COPYWRITER 044: How to find more clients than you can handle (after only six months of starting out)

So you want to be a copywriter with Bernadette Schwerdt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 30:14


After six months of being a business, Helen Knight had more clients than she could poke a stick at. She emailed me to ask me if I had any copywriters I could refer to her and she has never looked back.  What a wonderful way to kickstart your copywriting career.    In this episode, I talked to Helen about found all those clients and what she did in order to generate so much work she needed to outsource it. As a former English teacher at a prestigious school Helen did not have a business background so she was really starting from scratch but has gone on to create her dream job.   Read the show notes This podcast is brought to you by the Australian Writers' Centre. WritersCentre.com.au Join our community of copywriters at CopyClub.com.au.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Money Talks
Report: Cyber intrusion crimes up 50% in first six months of 2022

Money Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 2:50


Every 7 minutes, an authorized account log-in is attempted by hackers. That's according to the Threat Hunting Report published by cyber security firm, CrowdStrike. We spoke to its director of incident response services, Stuart Davis. He explains who these hackers are, and what they want. #Intrusion #CyberSecurity #Hack

BizNews Radio
Arrie Rautenbach: Six months after taking hot seat, Absa's through-the-ranks CEO explains why "reimagined" bank is outperforming peers

BizNews Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 31:15


For many observers of SA's banking sector, Absa has been the sleeping giant that somehow never manages to fulfil its huge potential. After numerous of false starts, however, under new CEO Arrie Rautenbach, this time may indeed be different. The banking group's new leader started at the very bottom of the pile (in collections) a quarter century ago and has packed his Executive Committee with other Absa 'lifers'. He appeared an unlikely candidate for the top job, but since his appointment in late March Rautenbach has accelerated the "reimagining" of a group emerging from a three year process of extricating itself from former parent Barclays Plc. This interview with Alec Hogg of BizNews goes some way to confirm why so many JSE investors, including financial services investing guru Kokkie Kooyman, are tipping a resurgent Absa as the bank most likely to challenge SA's long-time market leader FirstRand. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Monterey Initiative in Russian Studies Podcast
Monterey Conversations – MacMillan | Cohrs | McGlynn “Europe in the Shadow of World War I”

Monterey Initiative in Russian Studies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 75:23


Europe is facing unprecedented turbulence. This installment of the Monterey Conversations is not forcing any analogies between past and present. Instead, it takes up the subject of the First World War with an eye to its present-day salience. What might the origins of World War I tell us about the nature of conflict in Europe? How did the First World War become a world war in the first place? And how did World War I end - on the battlefield and at the diplomatic tables? What can we learn today from the elusiveness of order and the recurrence of disorder in Europe since 1914? To take up these questions we have two remarkable scholars, Margaret MacMillan, author of Paris 1919: Six Months that Changed the World and The War that Ended Peace; and Patrick Cohrs, author of The New Atlantic Order: The Transformation of International Politics, 1860-1933.

Moneyweb Crypto
Six months after launch, Libex exchange lists 62 000 NFTs

Moneyweb Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 40:32


Artists and entrepreneurs are cashing in by monetising their art and otherwise sterile assets, explains CEO Asif Aziz and Mandla Magagula, chief tech officer at Libex, one of Africa's largest non-fungible token (NFT) markets.

Hoops and Cards: Sports Cards for Basketball Collectors and Investors
Basketball Cards 101: Planning - Six Months of NBA Investing Strategy

Hoops and Cards: Sports Cards for Basketball Collectors and Investors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 48:46


Failing to plan is like planning to fail. If you want a great collection of Basketball cards, then you've got to plan your attack and know when to buy and when to sell. The NBA calendar is like a 12-month roller coaster for card collectors and investors, full of opportunities to buy low and sell high. You can buy during boring times and sell during exciting times. You can seize deals on All-Stars in September and sell them in February. You can watch players and playoff teams emerge in January and sell their cards in May when they actually make that playoff run. In today's episode, our host Gary from HoopsandCards.com gives us a game plan for the next 5-6 months and reminds us that everything about Basketball card prices, hype, and sales eventually builds up to the playoffs and NBA Finals in June. Some basic notes about each month... SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER are still "bargain times" when many card investors are focusing on other sports. NOVEMBER and DECEMBER are times when you can watch NBA games and see which players and teams are emerging, improved, or seriously contending in 2023. JANUARY and FEBUARY are times to showcase the All-Stars, new Superstars, and breakout players with bright futures. The All-Star game and the NBA Playoffs are great times to plan to SELL cards of players who have drawn the attention of the whole league and Basketball card investors worldwide. Don't be easily swayed by one game or performance unless it's historic or record-breaking. Do make note of players you think would be worth investing in for short-term and long-term gains. Patience is key during an 82-game season, with lots of opportunities and pitfalls ahead. Today's episode looks at all of these things and more, getting you ready for the NBA Regular Season calendar in Sports Cards. IF you're a modern basketball card collector, investor, or beginner, this is an episode - and our whole podcast, really - custom-made to add value, fun, and connections to your pursuit of cards! For ideas, feedback, questions, and whatever else, email our host at GARY@HOOPSANDCARDS.COM - THANK YOU FOR LISTENING, and if you're enjoying the show, would you be willing to consider helping us in one or more of these three ways? --- --- (1) You could leave us positive FEEDBACK or a review on your podcast platform, like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Google, and the like. --- --- (2) You could SUPPORT our podcast for $5 a month at HoopsPLUS, helping us spread the message and platform of HoopsandCards globally beyond the part-time scope of our audience. Check that out at ANCHOR.FM/HOOPSANDCARDS/SUBSCRIBE today! --- --- (3) You could head to HOOPSANDCARDS.COM and check out our online blog and resources there - even subscribe to the blog feed for Hoops articles and takes! PROMO Opportunities -- (1) "Hoops" is our promo code at NoOffseason.com, for 50% off of their Premium Content/Membership! (2) "Hoops" is also our Promo Code at Cardladder.com for another great/practical deal on their CardLadder Pro! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hoopsandcards/message

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
Bus operators in Dublin have been fined nearly €2.5m in the first six months of the year for not showing up on time or cancelling services

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 7:28


Bus operators in Dublin have been fined nearly €2.5m in the first six months of the year for not showing up on time or canceling services. In reaction to this Pat spoke to Green Party Councilor Donna Cooney.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Neil Walker: Waka Kotahi Maintenance Manager on 2,000km of roads being resealed, rebuilt over next six months

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 2:53


Commuters may experience disruption on the roads this summer. More than 2,000km of roads will be resealed or rebuilt across the country over the next six months. Waka Kotahi Maintenance and Operations National Manager Neil Walker told Mike Hosking orange cones on the roads can be frustrating. He says they're doing their best to make sure it doesn't disrupt people. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ezra Klein Show
Why Russia Is Losing the War in Ukraine

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 77:00 Very Popular


When Russia invaded Ukraine in February, the question most analysts were asking was not whether Russia would win. It was how fast. On almost every quantifiable metric from military strength to economic size Russia has decisive advantages over Ukraine. A swift Russian victory appeared inevitable.Of course, that swift victory didn't happen. And in recent weeks, the direction of the war has begun to tilt in Ukraine's direction. On Sept. 6, the Ukrainian military launched a counteroffensive near Kharkiv in northern Ukraine and regained 3,400 square miles of territory in a week — more territory than Russia had captured in the last five months. Analysts are now saying it's unlikely that Vladimir Putin can accomplish one of his chief aims: annexing the Donbas by force.Andrea Kendall-Taylor is the director of the trans-Atlantic security program at the Center for a New American Security. She's a former intelligence officer who, from 2015 to 2018, led strategic analysis on Russia at the National Intelligence Council. When we spoke, she was recently back from a trip to Ukraine. And she believes that the long-term trends favor a Ukrainian victory.In this conversation, Kendall-Taylor helps me understand this watershed moment in the war. We discuss why Ukraine's recent counteroffensive was so significant; how it and other recent developments have hampered Russian morale, manpower and weapons supply; whether sanctions are really influencing Russia's strategy, and how sanctions might get worse; how this conflict is profoundly changing Europe; whether this recent turn of events signals a possible Ukrainian victory; why “personalist dictators” like Putin can be so dangerous when backed into a corner; how likely it is that we'll see stalemate or settlement negotiations in the near future; how Kendall-Taylor rates the likelihood of various outcomes; what we should expect in the next phase of the war and more.Mentioned:“Ukraine Holds the Future” by Timothy Snyder“The Russia-Ukraine War at Six Months” by Adam ToozeRecommendations:Stalin: Paradoxes of Power, 1878-1928 by Stephen KotkinTwitter Accounts to Follow for Russia-Ukraine War Analysis:Michael KofmanRob LeeMick RyanThe Institute for the Study of WarThoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at ezrakleinshow@nytimes.com.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Annie Galvin and Rogé Karma. Fact-checking by Michelle Harris, Mary Marge Locker and Kate Sinclair. Original music by Isaac Jones. Mixing by Sonia Herrero, Isaac Jones and Carole Sabouraud. Audience strategy by Shannon Busta. Special thanks to Kristin Lin, Kristina Samulewski and Emma Ashford.

BYLINE TIMES PODCAST
Homes For Ukraine - Six Months On

BYLINE TIMES PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 38:24


Adrian Goldberg investigates the government's flagship 'Homes For Ukraine' resettlement scheme, six months after its introduction.Produced in Birmingham by Adrian Goldberg and Harvey White.Funded by subscriptions to the Byline Times. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Haunted Road
His Body Wasn't Discovered for Six Months

Haunted Road

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 37:02 Very Popular


Special LIVE Bonus Episode from Michigan Paracon. We take a step back in time to Mackinac Island, where automobiles are banned, but ghosts are a'plenty. Special Guest: Todd Clements We will return with season four of Haunted Road Soon. In the meantime, don't miss Amy's fall speaking tour - details at amy-bruni.net.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

HundredX Podcast
“How I lost 80 pounds in six months”| Elvis's Nutrition & Fitness Program #HundredXPodcast S2 Ep 002

HundredX Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 25:55


20 minutes of valuable and realistic fitness and nutrition tips that helped me burn 80 pounds in six months. In this episode I go over Calorie Deficit, Protein count, Fitness Tips, Meal Planning and more. Remember this is mainly what worked for me, everyone is different - the most important thing is to find a program that works for you and is sustainable to reach your goals because it's a journey. Tune in let me know your thoughts on my most recent post on Instagram: @hundredtenpercent or comment done ✅

The Briefing
Six months of Russian sanctions: the real impact

The Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 21:57


Since Russia invaded Ukraine, a wide range of sanctions has been imposed by western countries. Sanctions are penalties imposed by one country on another, to stop it acting aggressively, or breaking international law.     We're joined by David Uren - an economic analyst and commentator with the Australian   Strategic Policy Institute - to determine the real impact of the sanctions. In today's Briefing we take a deep dive on the real impact of six months of sanctions imposed on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine. Headlines: - Mourners pay respects to the queen- Pandemic payments extended- Saudi golf tournament could come to Australia- 900k Aussies hold down two jobs- RBA board under review Follow The Briefing: Instagram: @thebriefingpodcast Facebook: TheBriefingNewsAUTwitter: @TheBriefingAU See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

IFPRI Podcast
Press Briefing: Taking Stock of Global Food Security six months into the Ukraine-Russia Conflict

IFPRI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 56:30


MEDIA BRIEFING Taking Stock of Global Food Security six months into the Ukraine-Russia Conflict SEP 13, 2022 - 9:30 EDT More than six months after the 24 February invasion of Ukraine, the conflict endures, as do concerns about its impacts on global food security, particularly in low and middle-income countries. In an exclusive briefing for journalists, two senior economists at the International Food Policy Research Institute will provide updated analysis on global food security considerations, and answer questions about the potential short- and long-term impacts of the ongoing crisis. The briefing will include an overview of the USDA's latest The World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) being released on 12 September and its implications for food security around the world. More analysis is available in our ongoing blog series here (https://www.ifpri.org/landing/war-ukraine-blog-landing-page). Panel: David Laborde, Senior Research Fellow, Markets Trade and Institutions Division, IFPRI Joseph Glauber, Senior Research Fellow, Markets Trade and Institutions Division, IFPRI (@JoeGlauber1) Moderator: Charlotte Hebebrand, Director of Communications and Public Affairs, IFPRI LINKS: More on the High Food/Fertilizer Prices and War in Ukraine Blogs: https://www.ifpri.org/landing/war-ukraine-blog-landing-page Subscribe IFPRI Insights newsletter and event announcements at www.ifpri.org/content/newsletter-subscription

Small Axe Podcast
Tips for Brand New Investors!

Small Axe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 18:47


In this solo episode of the Small Axe Community Podcast, Nico shares his advice on becoming a successful small axe investor. He recommends focusing on education and trying to find avenues that will best suit your learning style. Nico also recommends listening more than talking. He tells the listeners that they should take their time and invest passively in order to learn what they are doing. He recommends reading books, attending meetups, and connecting with people who have experience in the industry. So with no further ado Let's dive in!     [00:46 - 06:52] How to Educate Yourself for a Successful Career Nico recommends focusing on education to become a better investor He recommends audiobooks, podcasts, and YouTube for learning about investing He recommends getting involved in a mentorship or mastermind program to connect with like-minded individuals   [06:52 - 14:12] Six Months to Success in the Multifamily Space   Nico recommends spending at least six months getting educated before starting to invest in multifamily properties He emphasizes the importance of being open to learning from others and recommends spending time meeting people in meetups and reading books and watching YouTube videos on the topic He also recommends seeking out a mentor or team of mentors to help guide and support you in your investment journey   Quick Ad: Nico Invites you to join Jake's & Gino's Multifamily Mastery 5 in Florida this coming November 2022 If you're joining, Nico Salgado offers early bird pricing for you! All you have to do is connect and message him through his Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn or email him directly at nico@smallaxecommunities.com to get the code you can use to avail of a discount!     [16:13 - 18:17] Closing Segment Final words     LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. I believe that you only need a small axe to build a lasting empire. Let's start building yours!     To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook, or check out my website https://smallaxecommunities.com/ and book a call with me.     Tweetable Quotes:    “I highly recommend only choosing one market, obviously that limits you or whatever, but it's in the beginning, at least you gotta get to know a market very well or else you could get screwed over. So learn the market extremely well and then begin underwriting.” - Nico Salgado                      

Marvel New Universe Comics Podcast
Special Episode: The First Six Months of the New Universe Part 2

Marvel New Universe Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 62:11


In part 2 of this extra special episode we are finishing up season 1 of the podcast by talking about the first six issues of all of the New Universe comics. This could be a good spot for new fans to jump on and learn about the comics or a refresher for those following along. In this part we cover Kickers Inc., Mark Hazzard Merc, Justice and DP7 Issues 1-6..

The Graduate Center, CUNY
Distinguished Professor John Mollenkopf on Mayor Adams' First Six Months

The Graduate Center, CUNY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 39:08


Eric Adams, the second elected Black mayor of New York City, inherited a city embattled by the the Covid-19 pandemic, a slow recovering economy, and a sustained spike in crime that continues to rise. Distinguished Professor John Mollenkopf (Political Science and Sociology), a consummate analyst of New York City politics, says there's a widespread feeling that public spaces have become less enjoyable, more insecure, and even more threatening. He says this feeling goes beyond violent crime to pedestrian safety from cars and cyclists.He also discusses how homelessness and associated mental illness makes obvious the need to build affordable housing. Listen to hear the full episode of the Thought Project podcast that explores the first six months of Eric Adams mayoralty and the challenges that confront his administration in America's biggest city.

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine podcast (consumer distribution)
Six Months After Russia's Ukraine Invasion, There's Signs a Negotiated End to the War is Possible

Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine podcast (consumer distribution)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 29:00


Jacobin magazine staff writer Branko Marcetic:  Six Months After Russia's Ukraine Invasion, There's Signs a Negotiated End to the War is Possible University of Connecticut Director of American Studies Christopher Vials: After 18 Months, Biden Finally Responds to Trump and GOP Threat to Democracy Fair Vote CEO Rob Ritchie: Alaska's First-Time Use of Ranked Choice Voting Demonstrates a Sound Option for Electoral ReformBob Nixon's Under-reported News Summary:  • Longtime Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in ill health  • Puerto Rico's Big Pharma tax breaks are larger than government's operating budget  • Wal-Mart and Tyson Foods have turned northwest Arkansas into modern day company towns

Appraiser Talk
Episode 70: "If I fail the national test three times, the state requires me to wait six months before I retest. Is that an AQB requirement and if so, why?"

Appraiser Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 2:29


On the latest episode of Appraiser Talk, Lisa and Amy welcome longtime AQB member Jerry Yurek to the show to talk about the national exam.

Marvel New Universe Comics Podcast
Special Episode: The First Six Months of the New Universe Part 1

Marvel New Universe Comics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 64:35


In this extra special episode we are finishing up season 1 of the podcast by talking about the first six issues of all of the New Universe comics. This could be a good spot for new fans to jump on and learn about the comics or a refresher for those following along. In this part we cover Starbrand, Spitfire, Nightmask and PSI Force.

Sounds Strategic
Russia's invasion of Ukraine: six months on

Sounds Strategic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 48:28


Since the start of Russia's war against Ukraine, the world has witnessed unprecedented sanctions against Russia, and military and humanitarian support for Ukraine against a backdrop of ongoing military campaigns and loss of civilian life. In this episode of Sounds Strategic, host Meia Nouwens is joined by four IISS experts to discuss the past six months, and what's next in terms of military operations, political strategies and economic sanctions. Meia Nouwens and IISS experts Dr Maria Shagina, Dr Nigel Gould-Davies, Franz-Stefan Gady and Henry Boyd discuss: The state of Russian and Ukrainian armed forces The impact of sanctions on the civilian and military sectors in Russia Eastern Europe and the role of Turkey Military aid the next six months Host and speakers:Meia Nouwens, IISS Senior Fellow for Chinese Defence Policy and Military Modernisation | Twitter: @MeiaNouwens | Meia Nouwens (iiss.org) Dr Maria Shagina, Diamond-Brown Research Fellow for Economic Sanctions, Standards and Strategy | Twitter: @maria_shagina | Maria Shagina (iiss.org) Dr Nigel Gould-Davies, Editor, Strategic Survey; Senior Fellow for Russia and Eurasia | Twitter: @Nigelgd1 | Dr Nigel Gould-Davies (iiss.org) Franz-Stefan Gady, Senior Fellow for Cyber, Space and Future Conflict | Twitter: @HoansSolo | Franz-Stefan Gady (iiss.org) Henry Boyd, Research Fellow for Defence and Military Analysis | Henry Boyd (iiss.org) We hope you enjoy listening to the episode. Don't forget to follow, rate and subscribe to Sounds Strategic on wherever you listen to your favourite podcasts. Date of recording: 23 August 2022 Sounds Strategic is recorded and produced at the IISS. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
Six months of war in Ukraine – what next?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 34:10


As Ukraine marks 31 years of independence, exactly six months after Russia's invasion of the country, we ask what the next few months might bring. Will Europe's support for Ukraine hold? Andrew Mueller speaks to Marlene Laruelle, Suzanne Lynch, Anna Nemtsova and Alya Shandra.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Documentary Podcast
Ukrainians six months on since the start of war

The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 24:27


August 24 is always a significant date for Ukraine, as it marks official independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. This year, however, it also marked six months since Russia invaded the country. Russian officials initially predicted a short campaign but the fighting shows no sign of ending soon. The human cost has been immense – thousands of lives have been lost on both sides. Three women share what it is like to have family members involved directly in the war. We also hear messages from a Ukrainian military sniper, a 20-year-old volunteer military interpreter and a former US marine who is now one of thousands of volunteer fighters in the country. Meanwhile, a Russian woman in Riga describes the impact of the war on her family and a Russian man living in Moscow is calling for truce.

Trumpet Hour
#726: Week in Review: The Ukraine War After Six Months

Trumpet Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 55:57


It has been six months of Russia warring in Ukraine. We look at the present state of the war, Vladimir Putin's initiative to expand his military, and how this conflict might develop in the time ahead. Italy's elections are next month, and it looks like the big winner could be the Brothers of Italy, the successor of Mussolini's Fascist party. In Iraq, the government has been deadlocked since last October because of a feud between the country's two largest Shiite groups. Who will come out on top? We also talk about the impending retirement of Anthony Fauci; China's burgeoning, cutting-edge submarine fleet; America lashing out at Iran as nuclear-deal negotiations wind down; Europe discovering a gas field in Cyprus that could draw it deeper into the Middle East; and the staggering number of immigrants into the U.S. since Joe Biden assumed the presidency. Links [00:38] Ukraine War Update (11 minutes) Nuclear Armageddon Is ‘At the Door' [11:20] Italy's Upcoming Elections (9 minutes) The Holy Roman Empire in History [20:15] Iraq's Government Deadlock (5 minutes) “Who Will Come Out on Top of Iraq's Political Crisis?” The King of the South [25:29] Dr. Fauci Is Retiring (4 minutes) “‘The Greatest Crime in History'” [35:01] China's Submarine Fleet (6 minutes) “Where Is the China-America Clash Leading?” [41:00] U.S. and Iran Clashes (3 minutes) America Under Attack “The Worst American Foreign-Policy Blunder 2” [44:35] Cyprus Gas Field (5 minutes) “Why Germany Conquered Cyprus” The King of the South [49:49] U.S. Illegal Immigration (5 minutes) America Under Attack

Radio Times
Six months of war in Ukraine

Radio Times

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 49:31


The war in Ukraine rages on, but the country's people are showing resiliency and fighting back in a way unpredicted by some. We discuss the past 6 months of Russia's invasion.

The CyberWire
Notes from six months of hybrid war. Oktapus criminal campaign. Exotic Lily and Bumblebee Loader. Insights derived from DNS traffic. US DHS shutters its Disinformation Governance Board.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 27:48 Very Popular


Ukrainian and Russian cyber operations at six months. Oktapus criminal campaign compromises 9931 accounts in more than 130 organizations. Exotic Lily and Bumblebee Loader. Insights derived from DNS traffic. Chris Novak from Verizon on DHS Cyber Safety Review Board's report on the Log4j investigation that Verizon conducted. Dave Bittner sits down with our guest Dr. Scott Crowder, CTO and VP, Quantum Computing, Technical Strategy and Transformation for IBM Systems to discuss the increasingly urgent need for industries to prepare for security threats that quantum could unleash. And the US Department of Homeland Security shutters its Disinformation Governance Board. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/164 Selected reading. How Ukraine used Russia's digital playbook against the Kremlin (POLITICO) Ukraine's volunteer 'IT army' responds to Russian hackers, minister says (ABC News)  Overview of the Cyber Weapons Used in the Ukraine - Russia War (Trustwave)  How Russia-Ukraine cyberwar is impacting orgs: Two-thirds say they have been targeted (VentureBeat) Twilio hackers breached over 130 organizations during months-long hacking spree (TechCrunch) Roasting 0ktapus: The phishing campaign going after Okta identity credentials (Group-IB) Bumblebee Malware Loader: Deep Instinct Prevents Attack Pre-Execution (Deep Instinct) Akamai's Insights on DNS in Q2 2022 (Akamai) Following HSAC Recommendation, DHS terminates Disinformation Governance Board (US Department of Homeland Security) Homeland Security Scraps Disinformation Board Attacked by GOP (Bloomberg)

Radio Sweden
Radio Sweden Weekly: Ukraine War six months on

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 23:29


Six months to the week since the start of the Russia invasion, we speak to Swedish Radio foreign correspondent, Johan Mathias Sommarström, who has spent many of the past months in Ukraine. Ukrainians in Stockholm share their views on six months of war. Also, tradition against convenience? - early election voting has begun in Sweden and we find out if people like to vote ahead of polling day. And we've a feature on Håkan Hellström, one of Sweden's biggest music stars who is relatively unknown abroad. Produced and presented by Dave Russell.Reporters: Alex Maxia and Karl Volkohon.

The Readout
Six Months of War in Ukraine

The Readout

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 25:09


CSIS's Seth Jones joins the podcast to assess Ukraine after six months of war with Russia, plus, the assassination of Russian nationalist Daria Dugina, and winter is coming.  

Anderson Cooper 360
Ukraine's Independence Day comes exactly six months after Russia's invasion

Anderson Cooper 360

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 44:41


Ukraine's Independence Day was darkened by an attack on a train station that killed at least 22 people. It's been six months since the Russians invaded the country. Olena Gnes lives in Kyiv with her three children and her husband has been fighting on the front lines since the beginning of the invasion. She gives AC360 an update on how she's doing and says “I'm still confident that Ukraine will win.” Plus, the school board in Uvalde, Texas voted unanimously to fire school Police Chief Pete Arredondo, three months after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School. CNN Crime and Justice Correspondent Shimon Prokupecz tells Anderson Cooper how family members are reacting about the firing.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

The CyberWire
Ransomware attack hits a French hospital. Lessons for the fifth domain from six months of hybrid war. Deepfake scams have arrived. Threat actors prepare to exploit Hikvision camera vulnerability.

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 28:16 Very Popular


A medical center near Paris comes under ransomware attack, and refuses to pay up. Lessons for the fifth domain from six months of hybrid war. Deepfake scams appear to have arrived. Deepen Desai from Zscaler with introduction to our audience. Dave Bittner sits down with Gil Hoffer, CTO and Co-founder of Salto to discuss “Who Hacked Slack?.” And Threat actors prepare to exploit Hikvision camera vulnerability. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/163 Selected reading. Cyber attackers disrupt services at French hospital, demand $10 million ransom (France 24) French hospital hit by $10M ransomware attack, sends patients elsewhere (BleepingComputer) DECLENCHEMENT DU PLAN BLANC DIMANCHE 21 AOUT 2022 (CHSF - Centre Hospitalier Sud Francilien) Ukraine at D+181: Independence Day and six months of war. (CyberWire)  Six months, twenty-three lessons: What the world has learned from Russia's war in Ukraine (Atlantic Council)  Hackers Used Deepfake of Binance CCO to Perform Exchange Listing Scams (Bitcoin News) Hackers Use Deepfakes of Binance Exec to Scam Multiple Crypto Projects (Gizmodo)  Binance's CEO said thousands of people are falsely claiming to be his employees on LinkedIn. Experts warn it's an example of the platform's growing problem with fake accounts. (Business Insider) Twitter's Ex-Security Head Files Whistleblower Complaint (Wall Street Journal) Twitter is vulnerable to Russian and Chinese influence, whistleblower says (CNN) Over 80,000 exploitable Hikvision cameras exposed online (BleepingComputer) Experts warn of widespread exploitation involving Hikvision cameras (The Record by Recorded Future)  Hikvision Surveillance Cameras Vulnerabilities (CYFIRMA)

FT News Briefing
Six months of war in Ukraine

FT News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 9:48 Very Popular


Today marks six months since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, a Twitter whistleblower says the company hid security flaws and fake accounts, and the waters off the coast of Somalia are no longer high risk for shipping Mentioned in this podcast:They dig, and dig and dig: Russia entrenched in Ukraine six months into warTwitter covered up security flaws and fake accounts, says whistleblowerShipping industry says piracy off coast of Somalia is no longer a threatThe FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon, Sonja Hutson and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, Michael Lello, David da Silva and Gavin Kallmann. Topher Forhecz is the FT's executive producer. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The FOX News Rundown
War On Ukraine: Ukraine Marks Six Months Of Putin's War

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 15:03 Very Popular


Today is Ukrainians celebrate their Independence Day which marks thirty one years since they broke from the Soviet Union. It is also marks six months since Russia invaded their country. FOX's Eben Brown speaks with General Jack Keane, retired four star General, chairman of the Institute of the Study of War and Fox News Senior Strategic Analyst, about his thoughts on where the war stands a half a year later.  Click Here To Follow 'The FOX News Rundown: War On Ukraine' https://listen.foxaud.io/rundown?sid=fnr.podeve  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

5 Things
Six months of war in Ukraine

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 15:02 Very Popular


International reporter Kim Hjelmgaard reports on investigations into war crimes. Plus, President Joe Biden will announce student loan forgiveness, education reporter Alia Wong talks about book bans, the Uvalde school board considers firing school district police chief Pete Arredondo and a teenager is set to become the youngest person to fly around the world.(Audio: Associated Press)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Intelligence
Putin on the fritz: Six months of war in Ukraine

The Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 25:55 Very Popular


Russia's president Vladimir Putin expected to seize Ukraine easily. Instead he met fierce resistance. Ukraine has fought bravely, Russia poorly. We reflect on lessons learned in the past six months. Angola's presidential election today is the most competitive since the country gained independence in 1975. And the Edinburgh Festival Fringe turns 75 this year. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Wake Up to Money
Six months of war in Ukraine

Wake Up to Money

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 52:07


Six months since Russia invaded Ukraine - we speak to people on the ground and those making a new life in the UK.

Economist Radio
Putin on the fritz: Six months of war in Ukraine

Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 25:55


Russia's president Vladimir Putin expected to seize Ukraine easily. Instead he met fierce resistance. Ukraine has fought bravely, Russia poorly. We reflect on lessons learned in the past six months. Angola's presidential election today is the most competitive since the country gained independence in 1975. And the Edinburgh Festival Fringe turns 75 this year. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Newshour
Ukraine marks Independence Day and six months since Russia's invasion

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 48:38


People in Ukraine are marking the country's Independence Day amid tight security measures because of fears of renewed Russian strikes. It comes on the same day Russia's invasion of the country reaches the sixth-month mark. We'll hear the latest from Kyiv, and interview Ukraine's Deputy Defence Minister. Also on the programme: researchers have declared the dugong - known as the ocean's most gentle giant - regionally extinct in China. And Thailand's top court has suspended prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha from official duty while it considers a legal challenge to his term limit. (Image: Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and his wife Olena visit the Memory Wall of Fallen Defenders of Ukraine, August 24, 2022. Ukrainian Presidential Press Service/Handout via Reuters).

TODAY
August 24: Primary night recap. Six months into war, Ukraine celebrates Independence Day. Americans turning to unconventional retailers for fashion deals.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 32:06


Kristen Welker recaps what happened in key races in New York and Florida. Plus, Ukraine celebrates Independence Day with new concerns about Russian attacks. And, in a new edition of Consumer Confidential, Americans are turning to unconventional retailers such as Costco for fashion deals.

Ukrainecast
Six Months On

Ukrainecast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 51:08


We mark the anniversary of Russia's war in Ukraine and follow the stories of Max, Anna, Hussain, Maksym and Viktoria, none of whom will ever be the same again. This episode of Ukrainecast was made by Chris Fynn, Philip Marzouk, Arsenii Sokolov and Louise Hidalgo. The technical producer and sound designer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.

World Business Report
Six months of war in Ukraine

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 27:44


Soaring inflation, food insecurity and an energy crisis are some of the side effects of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Half-a-year after the beginning of the war, we take a look at the global fallout of the ongoing conflict. Nowhere has the economic impact been more dramatically felt than in Ukraine itself, where economic activity has almost halved. We ask Yulia Sorokina, CEO of Ukranian fashion brand Wonder, how she manages to keep her business going in a war-hit country. The impact of the conflict and international sanctions in the Russian economy is hard to assess. Economic analysts have come up with some radically differing methods to do so. We ask one of them, Sergei Guriev, a Russian-born Professor of Economics at the Sciences Po University in Paris. The repercussions of the war in Ukraine are global, and one of the places where the situation has become the most pressing is the Horn of Africa. We hear from Hassan Khannenje, director of the HORN International Institute for Strategic Studies, in Kenya. The huge outpouring of support for Ukraine has worn out after six months, and charities say it's getting harder to raise funds. The BBC's Victoria Craig talks to Ukrainian chef and author Olia Hercules, based in London, about her efforts to get help for relatives and other civilians in her country. And we take a look at the latest developments in the markets with Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell.

Brexitcast
Ukrainecast: Six Months On

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 51:42


Victoria Derbyshire and Vitaliy Shevchenko from Ukrainecast, mark the anniversary of Russia's war in Ukraine by following the stories of Max, Anna, Hussain, Maksym and Viktoria, none of whom will ever be the same again. This episode of Ukrainecast was made by Chris Flynn, Arsenii Sokolov, Philip Marzouk, Louise Hidalgo and Clare Williamson. The technical producer and sound designer was Emma Crowe. The assistant editor was Sam Bonham.

Colorado Matters
Aug. 24, 2022: Perspective on six months of war in Ukraine from the Colorado Springs World Affairs Council

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 48:17


Russia invaded Ukraine six months ago, on February 24, 2022. The Colorado Springs World Affairs Council assembled a panel of experts to shed light on the war and what may happen next. The discussion was recorded August 18, 2022 at the Southern Colorado Public Media Center. CPR Southern Colorado reporter Dan Boyce moderated.

Morning Shift Podcast
Chicagoans Reflect On Ukrainian Independence And Six Months Of War

Morning Shift Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 43:41


WBEZ recently held an open mic in Ukrainian Village and people with ties to Ukraine shared their stories of leaving Ukraine, living with fear and anger, and figuring out ways to help out. Reset spoke to WBEZ reporter Anna Savchenko, who hosted the open mic, and participants Olha Tsvyntarna, Dania Hrynewycz, and Harrison Jozefowicz.

World Business Report
Ukraine six months on: The US announces almost $3 billion in security assistance

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 27:43


In total, the United States has committed more than $13.5 billion in security assistance to Ukraine since the beginning of the Biden administration in January 2021. Editor of Europe Defence News, Sebastian Sprenger, explains how weapon manufacturers are faring. President Joe Biden has announced a relief package, forgiving $10,000 in debt for borrowers who earn less than $125,000 per year. We hear from Tonya Edmonds who is a Pell grant recipient, she joins us live from New York. Gamescom is a trade fair for video games held annually in Cologne. It attracts hundreds of thousands of those involved in the multi-billion-dollar gaming business. This year it's back to being in-person after going online during Covid. Nikita Putilin from Owlcat Games explains the fair's significance in the industry.

The Bryan Suits Show
Hour 3: Six months of war in Ukraine

The Bryan Suits Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 37:18


Reflections on 6 months of war in Ukraine. Paul Pelosi DUI video goes public. // Bryan and producer Greg check the texts. // Don't trust dating apps when people out of your league want to meet up. Putinism is still alive and well in Russia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Guy Benson Show
Ukraine Russia War: Ukraine Marks Six Months Of War Against Russia

Guy Benson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 122:08


3:05pm: Greg Palkot, senior foreign affairs correspondent for FOX News Channel 3:20pm: US to announce $3 billion in new military aid for Ukraine-official 3:35pm: Guest: Tom Harwood, GB News Host 3:50pm: Democrat showdowns, primaries held in Florida, New York 4:05pm: Guest: Marc Goldwein, senior Vice President and Senior policy director for the committee for a responsible budget 4:20pm: Guy Benson Show  4:35pm: Guest: Jessica Tarlov, Fox News Contributor, Co-Host of the Five  4:50pm: The California High-Speed Rail failure  5:05pm: Guest: Kat Timpf, Fox News Contributor, Co-Host of Gutfeld! 5:20pm: Guest: Kat Timpf, Fox News Contributor, Co-Host of Gutfeld! 5:35pm: (Replay Tom Harwood) 5:50pm: Homestretch: Yankees fan drinks beer through makeshift hot dog straw, divides social media Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

State of Ukraine
Six months into the Russia-Ukraine war, how can we measure the loss of life?

State of Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 4:36


NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Matilda Bogner, head of the United Nations Human Rights monitoring mission in Ukraine, about whether death tolls in Russia's war on Ukraine have been underestimated.

The Podcast on alanarnette.com
Going for 8000er Record: Kristin Harila all 14 in Six Months

The Podcast on alanarnette.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 56:06


A new trend in 8000-meter climbing is how many you can get in one trip and how fast. Norweigan Kristin Harila is on track to smash long-time records this year. Thus far, she has eleven of the fourteen, all with climbing Sherpas, Pasdawa Sherpa, and Dawa Ongju Sherpa, of 8K Expeditions. I had the opportunity to record this interview with her during a short respite back home in Norway. The current record is 189 days between April 23 and October 29, 2019, by Nirmal Purja Pun Magar and is recognized by Guinness World Records. However, a study posted online notes it took Nirmal five years, four months, and 25 days to complete all 14, primarily due to their conclusion that he didn't reach Manaslu's true summit during his 2019 campaign and only did in the autumn of 2021. Kristin's first summit of the project was Annapurna on April 28, 2022. She will need to finish by November 3, 2022, to get the speed record. She is no stranger to mountaineering. In 2019, she became the fastest woman to climb Everest and Lhotse in a record 12 hours. The 36-year-old is from Vadso/Norway and is a former cross-country skier. Today, she claims her profession is as a mountaineer, runner, and skier. Next up for the trio are Nepal's Manaslu true summit, before trying Cho Oyu and Shishapangma. She prefers climbing both from the Tibet side, but as we know, the Chinese have closed Tibet for climbing due to COVID since 2000. They will have to get an exception to enter the country for their attempt. She tells me she will attempt Cho from Nepal if she cannot enter Tibet. Pemba Sherpa, the founder of 8K Expeditions, tells me: I have never seen such a strong woman in mountaineering. If China gives the chance to climb Shixapangma and Cho-oyu, she will definitely complete the project in expected time along with Pasdawa and Dawa Ongju. This is a fun, fast-paced interview where we cover many topics, including: Kristin and her Sherpa team Her background growing up in Norway and as a professional skier Women climbing 8000-meter peaks Children The trash and experience epidemic on the 8000ers this year A brief rundown of her climbs thus far A look at what's ahead for the three Best of luck to Kristin, Pasdawa, and 'Uncle Dawa.' She leaves next week for the final phase of the "Bremont 14 Peaks" project. You can follow Kristin on Instagram, Facebook, or her website and 8K Expeditions. Climb On! Alan Memories are Everything

Velshi
Six Months in Ukraine

Velshi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 97:16


Ali Velshi is joined by Olivia Troye, Chief Political Strategist at Renew America Movement, Evan McMullin, U.S. Senate Candidate for Utah, Rep. Spencer Wetmore (D) South Carolina, Akhil Reed Amar, Professor of Law and Political Science at Yale University, Inna Sovsun, Member of the Ukrainian Parliament, Jennifer Rubin, Opinion Writer at the Washington Post, Tim O'Brien, Senior Columnist at Bloomberg Opinion, Terrell Jermaine Starr, Non-resident Senior Fellow at Atlantic Council's Eurasia Center, Homi K. Bhabha, Professor of Humanities, English & Comparative Literature Departments at Harvard University