Episode 45: Nick Broomfield On Whitney Houston, Kurt Cobain & Courtney Love  

There have been many great documentary makers over the years, but of those at work today one of the undoubted bosses is Nick Broomfield. Often controversial, always challenging, Nick has covered myriad subjects - from serial killer Aileen Wuornos and Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss to Afrikaner nationalist Eugene Terre Blanche. He's perhaps best known for Kurt & Courtney, an incendiary investigation into the events surrounding Cobain's death - which Love was none too happy about. We do, of course, hear plenty more about that during the conversation. Now normally, we play relevant musical extracts throughout the entirety of the conversation, but given the nature of Nick's work, it's a more conventional interview on this occasion. But there's still plenty of music to discuss - not least because his latest project Whitney: Can I Be Me is all about Whitney Houston, who was found dead in a hotel room in 2012. Made in collaboration with filmmaker Rudi Dolezal, Can I Be Me is scored by Nick Laird-Clowse (pron: Close), so it's his cues you hear we discuss Nick's thoughts on the troubled superstar.

Perttu Häkkinen: Kevään kuohuttavimmat jaksot: 20.06.2017 13.10  

"Mukaansatempaavaa hömppää ja tiukkaa sivistystä". "Ymmärtääkö kukaan mistä puhutaan?" Perttu Häkkisen kevään parhaat, palautteet, kulissien takaiset tunnelmat ja ennen kuulematonta materiaalia. Äänessä Perttu Häkkinen, Panu Hietaneva ja tuottaja Heidi Laaksonen.

Trump lawyer: Trump not under investigation, Sanders Urges Dems to Play Hardball on Health, Rubio: Trump talked Russia probe in private  

Trump lawyer: Trump not under investigation CNN's Jake Tapper and Jay Sekulow, a member of President Trump's legal team, discuss whether President Trump confirmed that he is under investigation for obstruction of justice. Sanders: I Have Not Been Contacted Re: Scalise U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-MN), Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Sen. Amy Globuchar (D-MN) and Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) attend a news conference at the U.S. Capitol on March 14, 2017 in Washington, DC. Senate Democrats annouced legislation to ensure American workers receive paid medical and family leave. Sanders Urges Dems to Play Hardball on Health Subcommittee chairman Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) listens during a hearing of a subcommittee of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Capitol Hill February 3, 2015 in Washington, DC. The committee called the hearing to discus the effects of the normalization of relations between the US and Cuba. Rubio: Trump will not fire Mueller, Rosenstein Rubio 'fine' with closed health deliberations Rubio: Trump talked Russia probe in private Sekulow: POTUS has power to fire FBI director

Minna Pyykön maailma: Millaista on harrastaa luontoa näkövammaisena?: 18.06.2017 13.30  

Millaista on harrastaa luontoa näkövammaisena? Mitä vaikeuksia eteen tulee ja miten niistä selvitään? Entä voiko näköaistin puutteesta olla joskus jotain hyötyäkin? Voiko lintujen äänten avulla suunnistaa? Kuinka paljon hajut auttavat hahmottamaan ympäristöä? Entä sade? Minna Pyykkö osallistui lintuharrastaja Hannes Tiiran Lintujen yö- retkelle Tuusulassa. Lintujen kuuntelun lomassa ryhmän näkövammaiset juttelivat luontoharrastuksestaan ja alkukesän luonnon kauneudesta. Ohjelmassa kuullaan mm. Heidi Koivusen, Saara Suomisen ja Jenni Nyholmin luontotarinoita ja kokemuksia.

5 Steps to Lower Stress and Higher Energy with Dr. Heidi Hanna  

Do you know how to operate your brain for maximal energy levels?

If you are not consciously operating your brain to maximize your energy and performance, then you're missing out.

This week, I am talking to Dr. Heidi Hanna who will teach you the simple stress management techniques she has implemented into her life, and now teach her clients, that lower stress throughout the day.

Heidi is a performance coach and keynote speaker. She has trained thousands of people on practical ways to incorporate nutrition, exercise, and positive psychology strategies to improve their health productivity and performance.

She is the CEO and founder of Synergy. A coaching and consulting company that specializes in customized health and wellness solutions for individuals and organizations.

She is also a New York Times bestselling author of The Sharp Solution: A brain-based approach for optimal performance, and also, Stressacholic: 5 steps to transform your relationship with stress, and her latest book, which I love, is called, Recharge.

In this podcast Heidi will talk about

Sleep, how much we need for optimal brain function and energy levels How having a good morning routine will set your day up for productivity How good nutrition is vital for optimal stress management and focus Why movement should be a part of every work hour (and how to do it) Why taking breaks is great for stress management and better mental health How multitasking might be linked to Alzheimer’s disease

Mit welchem Sänger war Heidi Klum verheiratet? Und wie heißt der Mann von Kate Moss?

Village People  

From the Valley of Peace in Belize to a Libyan militia base, Kate Adie introduces correspondents’ stories from around the world. In Tripoli, Tom Stevenson is given a tour by one of the country’s many militias and gets a rare glimpse of how the armed groups operate. In North Korea, Steve Evans learns that answering back may mean you never get to go back, despite his best efforts at reconciliation through whisky. Nina Lakhani reports from the Belizean village that became home to those fleeing violence in Central America in the 1980s and is now attracting a new wave of migrants. Graeme Fife returns to the place he once called home in rural French and, to his surprise, finds new life flowing into a once-moribund village. And animatronic wise men and a robotic Adam and Eve greet Heidi Fuller-Love as she takes a tour of a religious theme park in trans-gender friendly Argentina. Producer: Joe Kent

Episode 105: A Congressman Is Shot  

Rich Smith, Amber Cortes, and Eli Sanders sat down to record this week’s episode just a few hours after news broke of a shooting at a baseball practice for Congressional Republicans in Washington, DC. The entire Blabbermouth crew hoped for strong recoveries for all the people wounded in this tragedy. They also dove right into some issues that are connected, at least politically speaking, to what is now the 153rd mass shooting in America this year: gun control, Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare, and the question of what incites political violence. On that last question, Rich, Amber, and Eli looked directly at conservative criticisms of a New York City production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” that features a staged assassination of a Trump-like figure. Did the production go too far, or are critics missing the play’s point? Finally, The Stranger’s Heidi Groover stops by to talk about why Senator Bernie Sanders recently tweeted and Facebooked a blog post of hers. Spoiler: Groover’s post highlighted an important, outrageous, and demoralizing truth about how unaffordable life in America has become for low-wage earners. Plus, as always, the music of Ahamefule J. Oluo. 

Episode 34 - Separation of Powers  

In this episode we untangle two terms that are closely related, but not the same: Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances. The framers envisioned a government structure that would consist of three separate branches, each with their own power, in order to avoid having one person or one branch from having full control of the country. University of Minnesota Law Professor Heidi Kitrosser joins us to explain how the Executive, Judicial, and Legislative branches are separated and once separated, how they ensure those powers are kept in check. #civics101pod

Voice from the West: Smoky Times  

Many residents were confronted with limited visibility and heavy smoke resulting in respiratory ailments. Active prescribed burns and currently burning in Western Australia. Heidi Paech also talks about the lowest rate of fully immunised children....

(Um sich auf die Buschbrand-Saison vorzubereiten, werden rund um Perth viele gezielte Brände gelegt. Das führt allerdings zu eingeschränkter Sicht auf den Straßen und Atemproblemen bei manchen. Außerdem berichtet Heidi Paech darüber, dass WA die niedrigste Impf-Rate hat: mancherort liegt sie bei 80%.  )

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Spencer Pratt & Heidi Montag  

"The Hills'" infamous couple and parents-to-be Spencer Pratt & Heidi Montag join Kaitlyn in the studio to talk about their first child and the secret to their insane tabloid romance.

R/v SONNE - a ultra modern German reseach vessel  

R/v SONNE is currently the most modern and important platform for German marine scientific research. After a journey around Australia, the vessel docked in Freemantle in early June. SBS correspondent Heidi Paech was on board.

(Deutschlands derzeit modernste und gleichzeitig wichigste Forschungseinrichtung auf See sammelte während der letzten Monaten rund um Australien wichtiges Material. Anfang Juni war die SONNE im Hafen von Freemantle (WA) der Öffentlichkeit zugänglich. SBS-Korrespondentin Heidi Paech hat sich für uns an Bord begeben.)

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Ykkösaamu: Perussuomalaisten vallanvaihto: 12.06.2017 09.10  

Kultarantakeskustelut ja perussuomalaisten vallanvaihto, Turun yliopiston eduskuntatutkimuksen keskuksen johtaja Markku Jokisipilä ja politiikan toimittaja Pirjo Auvinen. Ranskan vaalit, keskustelemassa europarlamentaarikko Heidi Hautala (vihr.) ja professori Niilo Kauppi. Kolumni Maria Markus.Viikon luontoääni: Rastaskerttunen. Ykkösaamun toimittaa Seija Rautio.

Tværs 2017-06-11  

Mille står overfor et vigtigt valg. Efter et højskoleophold har hun nu planer om at flytte ind i en lejlighed sammen med en flok gode veninder fra skolen. Men nu føler hun alligevel, at der opstår en bekymring hos hende. For er det overhovedet en god idé at flytte sammen med gode venner, eller er det bedre at bo med en fremmed og så holde venskaber og boligforhold adskilt? Og hvad nu med Milles gamle veninde, som hun længe har haft en drøm om en fælles lejlighed sammen med? Mille får i Tværs råd til at tackle både sin konfliktskyhed og sine bekymringer om venindekollektivet af relationscoach Heidi Børsholt og manuskriptforfatter Mads Rosenkrantz Grage. Har du selv en bekymring, du står midt i lige nu? Skriv til eller find gruppen 'Tværs -Du er ikke alene' på facebook. Vært: Sara Bovin.

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The Skeptic Zone #451 -11.June.2017  

Richard Saunders

The Raw Skeptic Report... with Heidi Robertson
An interview with Dylan O'Donnell, an astronomer from Byron Bay who tells of "Star Stuff" where Australia’s leading experts on Space, Cosmology, Astronomy, Astrophsyics, Astrophotgraphy and Science come together for a series of keynote talks on everything from Aboriginal astronomy, space photography, and even the end of the universe.

The debate about homeopathy is over. These verdicts prove it.
Writing at Health Spectator, Prof. Edzard Ernst lists international health organisations that have issued strong statements against Homeopathy.
Edzard Ernst, emeritus professor at the University of Exeter, is the author of Homeopathy: The Undiluted Facts and the awardee of the John Maddox Prize 2015 for standing up for science.

Brew Ha Ha: Science in less time than it takes to order a coffee
With Ben Lewis

Recently discovered human fossils in Morocco have just added 100 000 years to the history of homo sapiens.

Ghost Tour with Stranger Things Down Under
We join the Stranger Things Down Under group, as they set out for a ghost tour of Cockatoo Island in Sydney Harbour.
Lara Benham
Trish Hann
Alethia Dean


NECSS - New York
CSI Con - Las Vagus
European Skeptics Congress - Wroclaw
QED - Manchester
Skepticon Sydney

Episode 44: Heidi Nordby Lunde  

Etter en lang dag i Stortinget (les: ni timer debatt om kommunereform) fant Tina og Henrik frem podkastmikrofonene og inviterte Heidi Nordby Lunde til en lun prat. Hør episode 44 av Stortingsrestauranten nå!

A Prescription For "Racial Imposter Syndrome"  

Shereen and Gene look at "racial imposter syndrome." It's what one listener described as feeling fake, or inauthentic, in her identity. We invited listeners to write in, and hundreds of bi-racial and multi-cultural people shared their views. We'll also talk to social scientists about the basic need for belonging and the role language plays in identity. Later, writer Heidi Durrow joins us. She's founder of The Mixed-Remixed Festival, the largest annual gathering of its kind in the U.S.

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