Apple Podcasts : Zimbabwe : Society & Culture : Episodes
Stories about people who accidentally bump into unsettling facts of history in settings meant to teach them history. What they end up learning is very different from what they’re supposed to.
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When I smell the scent of fresh cut grass it transports me back to my childhood. It is a great smell. It also turns out to be beneficial to most people. I begin this episode by explaining the scientific benefits of smelling a freshly mowed lawn.(...
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Get ready for the launch of Michael Lewis's first podcast, where he takes listeners from student-loan call centers to the courts of Uzbekistan to the new trading hubs of Wall Street (in New Jersey).  What happens when fairness can't be enforced?
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Why man leave women to fend for their young ones alone
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The government protects us from some dangerous products, but not from others that, over time, ruin countless lives.
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In a live appearance at UCLA’s Royce Hall, New York Times best-selling author, Rhodes scholar and decorated U.S. Army veteran Wes Moore asks a powerful question: “After years working at the same job, have you ever realized you've just been going through the motions for as long as you can...
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Stassi and Taylor pick up where they left off in Taylor's podcast.  The two talk about everything!  Then go into last  Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones.
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25.06.19 Pt 2 - Our Let's Be Honest feature looks at the truth behind some social niceties. It's an hour with tons of crazy in the stories: A woman who was left asleep on a plane, the current state of Zimbabwe, Kanye West's Sunday service and OJ Simpson's bizarre Twitter account.
25.06.19 Pt 1 - What's the best you'll ever look? The team have a discussion around this, as Gareth slightly laments about his image. Siya is glad to be back on the show, after a sugar-free weekend in Durban. Leigh-Ann reckons there's a George Clooney lookalike living in a JHB park. Get updated...
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Dr. Edith Eva Eger: The Choice Holocaust survivor, psychologist and author Dr. Edith Eva Eger discusses her international bestselling book, “The Choice: Embrace the Possible.” In a gripping discussion, Dr. Eger shares how her traumatic experiences at the Auschwitz Birkenau concentration camp...
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Secret identities and the creation of culture
The rumors spread for decades: Somewhere in the US, our own government was conducting dangerous, heinous and illegal experiments on citizens from all walks of life. This conspiratorial tale seemed set to remain little more than an urban legend -- until, that is, intrepid reporters and members of...
Celebrate those who have blessed you. My tribe helped keep me during the storms of life and today I honor Dani https://anchor.fm
A man falls in love with a mysterious woman... in a painting. And a note slipped into the back pocket of someone's jeans leads to a surprising late-night encounter. Plus, Lu's grandparents document their lives in very unique Polaroids.
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In the final episode of When Life Gives You Melons S2, the inimitable Maya Jama is joined by documentary host and TV personality Cherry Healey, and model and DJ Zara Martin for a no-holds-barred chat about periods, smear tests, freezing your eggs, and the pink tax. Blood, Sweat and Smears covers...
Mama always said you got to know yourself to know where you are going. Our twenties can be a scary and uncertain time, but also have the potential to be the best years of our lives. Lets make it great and find ourselves along the way.  
In this new podcast series, author and journalist Dolly Alderton will be talking to guests about their most defining relationships: the passion, heartbreak, longing, familiarity and fondness that have formed who they are. This week Dolly interviews the author, journalist and broadcaster Afua...
A graduate of Yale Law School, Gretchen Rubin spent a year doing scientific research and practical projects in an attempt to discover how to lead a happier life. This experiment of self-discovery led to her New York Times bestselling book and phenomenon “The Happiness Project.” The book recounts...
New York Times bestselling author and weight loss pioneer Geneen Roth was one of the first people to link compulsive eating and perpetual dieting with deeply personal and spiritual issues that go far beyond food, weight and body image. Geneen believes that our relationship to food reveals...
Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks about the Art of Living series of books with series editor Mark Vernon, who has also written Wellbeing. Grant also interviews Piers Benn about Commitment and Ziyad Marar about Deception. First broadcast on 6 September 2011 on Resonance FM.
Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now finds out what feminist film theory is from Terri Murray, author of Feminist Film Studies: A Teacher’s Guide, and Anja Steinbauer, President of Philosophy For All and Chair both of PFA’s Film Club and its Feminist Forum. First broadcast on 13 September 2011 on...
Richard Curtis talks to John Wilson about The Beatles, the rom-com and time itself. He's written Yesterday, a musical fantasy comedy directed by Danny Boyle in which a musician, after an accident, finds himself in another world. Here he is the only person who remembers The Beatles, a fact he...
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Being content with singleness and celibacy
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The history of computing is filled with the accomplishments of women. But in the West, the number of women taking computer science degrees has fallen sharply from its peak in the 1980s. In the developing world, however, the trend is going in the other direction, because learning to code offers...
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Joining us this week is supermodel, actress, and motivational speaker, Nini Amerlise.
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“I believe in the potential of people.” Brian Houston is the Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church, a global family of congregations comprising more than 100,000 weekly attendees. In this podcast, Brian shares proven leadership lessons so you too can reach your full potential. In addition to excerpts...
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With the price of Bitcoin on the rise, the subject of cryptocurrency is hot again. Sean Sanders from Revix brings you up to speed on this, and what to know, going beyond Bitcoin. A woman goes on a hike in Hawaii and causes a 2-week search party, what makes humans revolting body-wise, and a look...
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No, it's not an extra episode of Gettin Grown, but it is a new podcast from the New York Times best-selling author Zane! PURPLE PANTIES! On the outside Maddox, Loren and Stephanie go against the grain when it comes to sex. But as relationships shift and physical needs change, can they keep up...
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Sorry, it's our first time.
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Stassi and Beau recap Game of Thrones.  Stassi is now a NY Times bestselling author!  Don't forget to pick up your copy of Next Level Basic!
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It’s not even officially summer yet and it’s already too hot to play with the Delegation! Chile, it’s looking like there won’t be anymore Target rescues this year and we’re impatiently waiting on the medical field to denounce BMI standard. Hail Mary started with a bang and it eventually left SJR...
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“When the migos created and invented the crazy style of rapping, etc... (Check out the songs)
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An all-star team of behavioral scientists discovers that humans are stubborn (and lazy, and sometimes dumber than dogs). We also hear about binge drinking, humblebragging, and regrets. Recorded live in Philadelphia with guests including Richard Thaler, Angela Duckworth, Katy Milkman, and Tom...
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This week entrepreneur, business development specialist, and co-manager of Manila Grey, Buk Nkosi stops by the studio to chat the philosophy of “always keep it moving”. At only 25 years old, this Zimbabwean phenom already has a Top 25 Under 25 under his belt and a wealth of entrepreneurial...
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This week we are joined by Elsa Collins. She started a movement, “This Is About Humanity,” with her sisters in order to help those affected at the border. She shares why she decided to start the organization and how we all can help. Reference: www.thisisabouthumanity.com Instagram:...
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In a special edition recorded live at the Hay Festival, Tom Sutcliffe discusses the impact of human ingenuity. From the myth of Frankenstein to geoengineering, he explores how normality and deviancy became entrenched in society. In her latest novel, the award-winning writer Jeanette Winterson...
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Recorded three days before giving birth, actress Claire Holt shares how she discovered she was pregnant, when she told her family, and the different experiences she’s had as her body has changed. Kayla also share her own pregnancy...
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At age 14 most of us are clueless as to what we want to do with the rest of our lives. However, Catherine Powell had a clear vision of becoming a touring photographer. At age 17 she created her own path by co-founding NKD Mag and serves as as Editor In Chief. Now she’s embarking on her biggest...
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Powerhouse Creator, Showrunner, Executive Producer, Writer, and Director Julie Plec knew that she wanted to work in the entertainment industry but didn’t know in what capacity. After being blacklisted she had a major epiphany which led her to discovering her gift. Follow Julie:Twitter:...
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The stage is set, the characters are introduced, and the spell is cast. Welcome to Salem Village, home to a diverse and complicated gathering of families and personalities. It is a pile of dry kindling, and the match is about to be struck.
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This is the story of a remarkable doctor who, in 1981, became one of the first scientists to recognize that we were on the verge of a new and terrible epidemic - HIV/AIDS - and then devoted his career to understanding and finding treatments for it. Dr. Fauci has been at the forefront of HIV/AIDS...
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In 2017, Takahiro Shiraishi murdered and mutilated 9 people in Zama, Japan. Eight of his victims were young women who had been contemplating suicide; the last was one of the victims' friends who had been trying to find her. This is the story of the Zama murders. Listener discretion is...
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What a guest we have for you next! In episode seven Natalie sits down with the biggest brain in F1! The revered aerodynamicist and engineer Adrian Newey. He explains how and why he got in to F1 and what an incredible journey it’s been for him... with a few bumps along the way. Here’s Newey as...
Stories of those unexpected moments when we see who we really are.
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Diddy decided to be messy and Carolina and Honey have thoughts. #TeamCassie PLUS: We talk about Cancel Culture, has it gotten to be too toxic? When do you allow somebody to apologize?
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