Podcasts

Washington Report Podcast: Omicron More Contagious Than Delta Variant As Demand For Vaccines Rises In US, Asia News and Top Stories

Washington Report Ep 26: Omicron More Contagious Than Delta Variant As Demand For Vaccines Rises In US 10:16 minutes Synopsis: Each week, The Straits Times analyzes the latest developments in the United States. Straits Times US bureau chief Nirmal Ghosh talks to Money FM 89.3‘s Elliot Danker and Bharati Jagdish …

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This week in audio: Fat Leonard; Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera; Postfaces: Stuart Hall | Podcasts

Fat Leonard | Brass projectThe Harsh Reality: The Story of Miriam Rivera | MarvellousSunday functionality: Postfaces: Stuart Hall (Radio 3) | BBC sounds A few juicy investigative podcasts from last week: Fat Leonard, which exposes the United States Navy’s taste for drugs, alcohol, luxury hotels, prostitutes, and life on the …

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Quick Charge podcast: December 2, 2021

Hear a recap of Electek’s best stories from the day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple …

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On The Banks Podcast Episode 116: Rutgers Women’s Soccer College Cup Preview

On The Banks Podcast Episode 116 is a preview of the Women’s Soccer College Cup this weekend. Rutgers qualified for the Final Four for the second time in six years after two thrilling penalties. Passing the Big XII TCU champion and SEC champion Arkansas, the Scarlet Knights will now face …

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Bet Slippin ‘Podcast: NBA Breakdown November 29

Geoff Clark of SportsbookWire.com, host of Bet Slippin ‘Podcast, presents three of the nine NBA betting games for Monday, November 29. List of Monday’s NBA bets on Bet Slippin ‘: Denver Nuggets at the Miami Heat Indiana Pacers vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Portland Trail Blazers at Utah Jazz Best Monday bets: …

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Jayne Nakata: “In life, the difficult things are the ones that give you the most chance to grow up”

Jayne nakata is a New Zealander living in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture, and the voice behind the award-winning podcast “Transformations with Jayne”. Upon returning to Japan after a transfer to Sweden with her family was cut short by the pandemic, Nakata created PodLaunch Family, a podcast network focused on community …

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Podcasts of the week: culture wars, cops and cooking

“For those of us who have tried (and no doubt failed) to write about Culture Wars in a spirit of honest and open good faith,” Jon Ronson is “something of an icon,” James said. Marriott in the Times. His 2015 book So you’ve been publicly ashamed remains the “final” account …

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Best podcasts and chill out games for PS5 and PS4

What are the best podcasts and relaxing games for PS5 and PS4? While there are plenty of story-based immersive experiences on Sony systems, sometimes you just want to kick back with a podcast and keep your hands busy. We define “podcast games” as titles that allow you to switch off …

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Real Crime Podcasts: 15 Of The Best True Crime Podcasts To Listen To, According To Spotify Podcasts

The popularity of podcasts hasn’t stopped, with many of us making it part of our daily routine to listen to our favorite pods almost daily – and there’s no denying that the need for in-depth podcasts on actual crime has grown dramatically over the years. last decade. Although with such …

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Apple Just Provided The Perfect Example Of Why You Can’t Trust App Store Review Ratings

You pissed off people by breaking your app a bit and they leave angry reviews. How can you save your reputation? Apple Just Found An Incredibly Effective Way – Getting Listeners To Submit better reviews by interrupting their podcast experience with an in-app prompt to submit a rating. This is …

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BFC News: It’s the Pork Chop Express for Notre Dame and Georgia Tech

Joshua, Jude, and Brendan are just rolling down the road in the Pork Chop Express on a dark, stormy night, and haul this podcast machine to your little woodland to preview the Notre Dame Fighting Irish VS the Georgia Tech Yellow. Jackets. In this episode: HELLO! COMMENTS! What to do …

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Vox Media buys Podcast Studio Criminal Productions – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Criminal Productions, the burgeoning podcast studio founded by Phoebe Judge and Lauren Spohrer, has been acquired by Vox Media. This is the latest major acquisition in the audio space and follows Amazon’s purchase of Wondery, a slew of deals for Spotify, and the New York Times Company’s acquisition of …

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Light at the end of the pandemic tunnel

Yesterday we talked about the American pessimism around the economy. But as our latest Axios-Ipsos poll shows, we’re optimistic about things like the state of the pandemic. According to our survey, Americans are more likely to think that returning to a normal life is now a low to moderate risk. …

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HomePod podcast strike: update should help

Apple posted a bug fix update for its HomePod series Siri speakers on Wednesday evening. The update listens to HomePod OS version number 15.1.1 and fixes an annoying bug related to playing podcasts and some radio stations. The radio also disturbed After installing HomePod OS 15.1, released with macOS 12.0.1 …

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Top 15 Podcast Advertisers Unveiled

Brands such as Amazon, Canva, CommBank, Hyundai and Nine Entertainment Co ranked among the top 15 podcast advertisers in Australia in the third quarter of 2021 according to a new study. The Australian Radio Network (ARN) iHeartPodcast network has partnered with Magellan AI to compile the first list of Australia’s …

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Lakers Podcast: Did the NBA Bring Back the ’90s?

Of course, we could focus on the Los Angeles Lakers barely beating the Houston Rockets. We could consider the fact that they could very easily still be looking for their first win. It might be mentioned in passing that the defense is about as effective as a Southern California stop …

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Why your favorite podcast is only on Spotify now

Do you like podcasts? Do you hate Spotify? We have news for you … My favorite podcasts keep disappearing from my apps. What is happening? Oh it’s easy: Spotify owns them now. Wait what? Yeah. Spotify has splashed millions of people by buying studios and then turning the podcasts they …

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4 tips to attract more guests to your podcast

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. No matter what industry you or your business is in, there are likely dozens of thought leaders, influencers, speakers, authors, or other professionals that you would love to have on your podcast. Sounds easier said than done, right? So how do you …

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The World Review podcast airs twice a week

As the New Statesman’s international team grows, so does our global affairs podcast. World Review launched in June 2020 and recently hit new highs of 15,000 downloads per week. In light of this interest, we are delighted to announce that it will now be released twice a week. New thursday …

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Dunleavy and Bronson want to break government, not reduce it

“With All Due Respect” is a podcast featuring Andrew Halcro with strong opinions on Alaskan politics, life and entertainment. It can be heard here and everywhere you listen to podcasts, with new episodes every Monday and Thursday. Episode 39 (22:16) As we continue to be alarmed by the behavior of …

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Four Best Sports Podcasts You Should Try

Have you ever listened to anonymous calls made by wrestling fans from another part of the world in the form of a podcast? Or, listened to a podcast that goes beyond the world of “sports” and talks about the impact of competition and adventure on our lives? The Discover Pods …

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Good One Podcast: Ricky Velez on stand-up

Ricky Vélez Photo-Illustration: Vulture; Photo by Lloyd Bishop / NBC / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images When people talk about New York comedy vs. LA comedy, they’re usually talking about the scene time standards and the comics that make up the city scenes. But a bit like the players …

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Utah Jazz 2021-22 Season Preview

Plus, what does Donovan Mitchell need to improve to bring Jazz to the NBA Finals? (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) as the Utah Jazz host the Milwaukee Bucks, NBA basketball in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. | October 20, 2021, 2:00 p.m. The wait is …

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Who would Jesus be laughing at? – Atlantic

AtlanticEmma Green sits down with the editor of the Christian satire site The Bee of Babylon talk about mockery and the borderline between mocking and hurting. Kyle Mann, Editor-in-Chief, The Babylon Bee (Courtesy of the Bee of Babylon) Listen and subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stapler | Google Podcasts …

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Logan Webb leads SF Giants to Game 1 win over Dodgers

October 8, 2021; San Francisco, California, United States; San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Logan Webb (62) throws in the first inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2021 NLDS opener at Oracle Park. Mandatory Credit: D. Ross Cameron-USA TODAY Sports SF Giants: the 2021 season is a success no …

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‘Sex with Emily’ signs Acast podcast deal, ends SiriusXM show

Emily Morse’s “Sex With Emily” – billed as the industry’s longest-running sex and relationship podcast – has signed a distribution and monetization deal with Acast. The show, which Morse launched in 2005 from his San Francisco apartment, consistently ranks # 1 in the sexuality category of Apple Podcasts. As part …

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Changes with Annie Mac, Smoke Screen and The Line Up

Podcast Choices: Changes with Annie Mac, Smoke Screen and The Line Up Calendar An icon of a desk calendar. to cancel An icon depicting a circle with a diagonal line across. Caret A block arrow icon pointing right. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook A Facebook “f” brand …

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Facebook’s really bad days

Yesterday, Facebook faced a major outage that shut down all of its apps – Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp – for hours around the world. This follows revelations from whistleblower Francis Haugen, a former Facebook employee who leaked thousands of documents showing how the platform prioritizes profits over people. Plus, the …

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Better Government Association to launch new podcast

The story of Michael Madigan, the most powerful and controversial politician in modern Illinois history, will be told by the Better Government Association in a five-part limited-edition podcast, “The Madigan Rule.” Governors and lawmakers who have worked with and against Madigan, and reporters who covered him, tell how he ruled …

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Kyrgyzstan since the October Revolution

On October 4, 2020, Kyrgyzstan held parliamentary elections. The campaign had been overshadowed by accusations of vote-buying and manipulation that favored some political parties, and soon after the election results were released, outbreaks of public discontent began in the capital, Bishkek. The government fell before sunrise on October 6, and …

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decisive reflections and future prospects

It was nice to record a podcast while the Atlanta Braves were sweeping the Phillies. Now the higher level work begins. If everything turns out the way we think it is, then baseball is going to have some very close and really entertaining playoff games, and one of the first …

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“Have I been cut off?” And other alcohol policy issues

DABC commissioners do not appear to be happy with the Utah state legislature. At Tuesday’s meeting, the commission had three coveted bar licenses to award – and 15 candidates. After much debate, they donated them to Aspen Cove Resort in Panguitch; Side Bar, from the owners of Ogden’s own distillery; …

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WPR Launches Investigative Podcast – ‘Mapped Out’

MADISON – In the Wisconsin election, the battle isn’t just about campaigns and candidates, it’s also about lines on a map. These lines, used to identify state and federal legislative districts for voters and candidates, are redrawn every 10 years based on US Census data. Even by usual partisan standards, …

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Spotify announces new podcast with TV actor Ronit Roy

NEW DELHI : Swedish streaming service Spotify has announced a new original podcast with TV actor Ronit Roy, titled ACP Gautam. The 10-episode Hindi fictional crime thriller tells the story of a cop as he guides listeners through his long career. “Playing various roles in front of the camera comes …

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Will Turkmenistan be clear on COVID-19?

A group of Turkmen rights groups and media working outside Turkmenistan published an open letter on September 21 to draw attention to the alarming situation regarding the spread of COVID-19 in Turkmenistan, where the government continues to deny that there has ever been a case. The letter called on the …

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Duncan High School leadership team launches podcast

DUNCAN, Oklahoma (KSWO) – The Duncan High School Leadership Program has unveiled a new podcast aimed at helping others develop their leadership skills. On Friday, students celebrated the launch of Love 2 Lead, the first podcast in the program’s history. Students and faculty hope this podcast will help others learn …

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Podcast: Ending violence against women and their children

In this episode of Political Forum Module, Our Watch CEO Patty Kinnersly joins us in discussing the role all Australians have in ending violence against women and their children. What are the drivers of men’s violence against women and their children? What key elements should be included in the new …

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FantasyPros Football Podcast: Start / Sit Down: Week 3

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stapler | SoundCloud | TuneIn | RSS | Youtube Joey P., Yates and Andrew Erickson detail start / sit options for week 3 of the fantasy football season! Sponsors: Owner’s box – OwnersBox currently offers two types of play, tournament salary …

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Podcast: A need for inclusion in the pork sector

In this edition of the Real P3 podcast, Dr. Casey Bradley chats with Katherine Marcano-Bell who, along with her husband, Brandon, owns a 12,000 hog contract feeder farm in Iowa, USA. They discuss different aspects of one of the most pressing problems in the American pork industry – work. The …

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True Crime Arizona Podcast: UNRESOLVED – 5 High-Profile Missing Persons Cases in Arizona | Real Crime Arizona

Follow @BrianaWhitney Follow @serjioh PHOENIX (3TV / CBS 5) – In the wake of Gabby Petito’s disappearance that shed light on missing persons cases, we look at five notable disappearances in Arizona: Daniel Robinson, Alicia Navarro, Christine Mustafa, Jesse Conger, and Cookie Jacobson. LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE Available Now: Apple Podcasts …

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Podcasts you should check out

Podcasts you should check out

Each Tuesday I’ll be highlighting the podcasts you need to take a look at. Below is my weekly summary. Black Girl Songbook, hosted by the critically acclaimed author Danyel Smith, is a happy celebration of “the history of women’s voices from the music industry” as Smith says. The show is the …

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Podcast: Growing up in the shadow of the pandemic

In this episode of Political Forum Module, Child Psychiatrist Karen Gaunson and Child Protection Specialist Tim Moore join us to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on children, now and in the future. The COVID-19 pandemic is casting many shadows – for many individuals and families, the livelihoods have …

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Library Notes: New podcast coming in October – Salisbury Post

By Sydney Smith Rowan Public Library SALISBURY – Podcasts are all the rage these days. Whether you’re listening to your favorite podcasts to hear the news, learn more about an interesting topic, or get a healthy dose of entertainment, you’re probably already connected to the world of podcasting and millions …

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Despite censorship and poor internet, Cuban podcasts are booming

No subject is forbidden. El Enjambre provided detailed coverage of the remarkable July 11 anti-government protests in Cuba and the harsh criticism of the ruthless crackdown that followed. Hosts also dissected the dismal state of the healthcare system as Covid-19 cases increased on the island, mocked government spray initiatives to …

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101 Ash St. dumpster fire gets hotter and hotter

101 Ash St. and Civic Center Plaza / Photos by Adriana Heldiz Few local public affairs stories are as crazy as this one. It’s a long, winding series of asbestos-laden events that began in 2013, when the city of San Diego was surveying downtown buildings to house its employees. Then-mayor …

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Enrichment of Elderly Care Podcast – Parkinson’s and Positivity with Clyde Campbell (Shake it Up) and Wesley Della Volla (Georgetown University) – available Tuesday, September 21

In our next podcast, we have a two-part episode focusing on a topic we’ve never talked about before, Parkinson’s disease. To help us explore the experience of people living with Parkinson’s, we have Shake it Up Foundation CEO Clyde Campbell, and in the second half of the show, immersive storyteller …

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Managing the Madrid podcast: Alvaro Odriozola’s debut at Fiorentina

In this subscriber-only and loan-tracking edition of the Managing Madrid podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse discuss: – Alvaro Odriozola’s debut for Fiorentina against Atalanta – His defense decision-making – Its partnership with Milenkovic – The situation of Reinier’s Jesus at Borussia Dortmund – Takefusa Kubo vs. Athletic Club – …

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Quick Charge podcast: September 7, 2021

Hear a recap of Electek’s best stories from the day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. https://electrek.co/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2021/09/Quick-Charge-9.7.21-1.mp3 New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in …

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How to manage downloads in the iPhone Podcasts app

It is important that the Podcasts app downloads on your iPhone match your expectations. If you haven’t set up automatic downloads, you could leave home without downloading and having to use mobile data to stream your shows. On the flip side, it’s easy to let downloaded podcasts pile up and …

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Quick Charge podcast: August 10, 2021

Hear a recap of Electek’s best stories from the day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple …

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‘Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ ​​actor Wyatt Russell to star in podcast – deadline

EXCLUSIVE: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Actor Wyatt Russell to star and produce new action podcast series Classified. Created by producer-writer-director duo Spenser Cohen and Anna Halberg (Far), Russell will play “Ivan” alongside Brent Jennings (All American), Monica Potter (Parenthood), Olivier Cooper (Spirit hunter), Angela Sarafyan (In cage), Edwin …

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Don’t Dallas Cowboys Get National Respect?

Training camp is a wonderful time of the season when every football team – well, almost all – is undefeated and every team is full of potential. Or at least what Dallas Cowboys Nation thinks every summer. READ MORE: Hall of Fame story says Cowboys are heading to the playoffs …

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Core Values ​​Podcast – Ruby Walsh

After the year that changed our lives, a new podcast from RTÉ seeks to find out what we really enjoy. Core Values, presented by RTÉ journalist Carla O’Brien, hears from people in Irish public life and the parts of their lives that are now most important. Throughout the series, guests …

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Player’s Own Voice Podcast: Perdita Felicien

World hurdles champion and acclaimed new author Perdita Felicien will cover track and field events at the Tokyo Olympics. In the Player’s Own Voice podcast, she shares her take on the racing days ahead at these Summer Games. Spoiler alert: There are no firm predictions on who will win the …

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Roblox CEO podcasts on the rise of the metaverse

All Transform 2021 sessions are available on demand now. Look now. If you’ve ever wondered about inspiring sci-fi tech in real life, look no further than Roblox. Roblox CEO Dave Baszucki and CTO Dan Sturman today kicked off an official Tech Talk podcast with a discussion of the rise of …

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DM Podcasts joins Nova Entertainment Podcast Network

Kane Reiken, NOVA Entertainment DM Podcasts joins the Nova Entertainment Podcast Network (NEPN) which will see Nova host and market its range of podcasts, alongside an investment in shared original podcast titles. DM Podcasts offers shows in all categories of sports, comedy and entertainment, including the award-winning The Betoota Advocate …

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Podcast: Will Hall Road in Southern Miss

Will Hall, 41, is Southern Miss’s new head football coach and will build heavily on the school’s long tradition, which he loves to talk about. Hall, who is speaking to the Mississippi Coaching Association this week in Jackson, talks about his recruiting successes, his love of Mississippi football tradition and …

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Regional Synthesis Podcast: Why Thailand Mixes Covid-19 Vaccines to Desperately Boost Protection, Asia News & Top Stories

Regional Summary Ep 6: Why Thailand Mixes Covid-19 Vaccines To Desperately Boost Protection 10:06 minutes Synopsis: Each week, The Straits Times analyzes the main news developments in Southeast Asia. Straits Times regional correspondent Leslie Lopez talks to Money FM’s Elliott Danker and Glenn van Zutphen about the following: 1. Mass …

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Are megalodons really extinct? – NBC Boston

From the Loch Ness monster to the Big Foot, our imaginations always run wild on the unseen creatures that might lurk in the unknown. The megalodon is one of those monstrous entities that people believe are still swimming, but the big difference is that this giant prehistoric shark was real …

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The perfection of being imperfect

James M. Lang is Professor of English and Director of the D’Amour Center for Teaching Excellence at Assumption College in Worcester, MA. He is the author of six books, the most recent of which is Distracted: Why Students Can’t Focus and What You Can Do About It, Small Teaching: Everyday …

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