Switzerland – New podcasts

  • A true crime podcast with a paranormal twist, with one rule Don't Go In There!

  • EMMY award winning crime beat reporter Matt Johnson dusts off his reporter notebooks for this exciting podcast and gives you a first hand perspective on cold cases, homicides, mysteries & murders he has covered, followed and still haunt him today. Follow on social and wwww.truecriumedeadline.com

  • Wir empfehlen euch in jeder Folge andere Podcasts, trinken, knabbern und reden dummes Zeug. So ein richtiger Stammtisch halt.

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    Subject Matter Expert: Lili Ayu Wulandhari, S.Si., M.Sc., Ph.D.
    Dokumenter: Binus University

    Uploaded by:
    Knowledge Management and Innovation Binus University

  • Die «Zeitreise» weckt nostalgische Gefühle an einen bestimmten Tag aus der jüngeren Vergangenheit. Die «Zeitreise» orientiert sich an Originalaufnahmen aus dem Archiv und zeichnet ein Bild unseres Alltags vor Jahrzehnten, erinnert an vergangene Ereignisse und lässt Zeitzeugen zu Wort kommen.                         

  • Podcast zur Vorlesung Physik I (HS2015). Dies ist ein enhanced Podcast mit Abbildungen und Kapiteleinteilung.

  • Die Podcasts der Heilpraktiker- und Therapeutenschule Isolde Richter. Hier finden Sie Interviews und Vorstellungen unserer Dozenten mit Attila Budai.

  • Do you like Dogs? Do you like Science? Do you want a mix of both with a touch of sillyness? Tune in to learn science facts, critical thinking but also the adventures of the famous Twitter Science Dog, Bunsen Berner!!! For Science! For Empathy! For Cuteness!

  • À la découverte de l’art dans l’espace public lausannois

  • If you’re the most interesting person in the room... you’re in the wrong room.

    1 Insight is a podcast for the lonely leaders out there. You know who you are.

    Rich Litvin has coached some of the most successful and talented people on the planet – from billion dollar business owners to former Navy Seals. He wrote a book for coaches that has sold over 50,000 copies, by word of mouth. And he is the founder of a community of extraordinary top performers, called 4PC. Ultra-successful people are the ones who call Rich. His clients include Olympic athletes, Presidential candidates, Hollywood film directors, Special Forces operatives and serial entrepreneurs.

    Rich sees what most people cannot see – and he dares to say what most people would not say. And each week on this podcast, he will be challenging the thinking of high performers – from leaders in the corporate world, to successful entrepreneurs, to military veterans to high level coaches. 1 INSIGHT… because a single insight can change everything.

  • De la vie, du sport, des voyages, des expériences, des rencontres, des hauts, des bas.
    Juste un petit moment où je m'ouvre à vous de la plus vrai des façons, en espérant apporter un peu de soleil dans vos vies. 

  • Host Steve Chiotakis connects you to the people and places of Southern California.

  • Was ist CrossFit und wie kann es dir helfen den Anschluss und die Motivation zu finden um deine Gesundheit zu verbessern. Wir sprechen über verschiedene Aspekte von Fitness, Motivation und Ernährung mit dem Ziel dem Zuhörer einen gesünderen Lebensstil zu ermöglichen.


  • Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (1910 - 1995) was an Indian-born American astrophysicist who, with William A. Fowler, won the 1983 Nobel Prize for Physics for key discoveries that led to the currently accepted theory on the later evolutionary stages of massive stars. Chandrasekhar was the nephew of Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, who won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1930.

    Chandrasekhar served on the University of Chicago faculty from 1937 until his death in 1995 at the age of 84. He became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1953.


  • Dr. Howard Jones and his wife Dr. Georgeanna Seegar Jones helped to create the first test tube baby born in the United States. The book “Pandora’s Baby: How the First Test Tube Babies Sparked the Reproductive Revolution” showed how they never shied from controversy. Long before Dr. Howard Jones opened America’s first in vitro fertilization clinic, he was doing sex change operations at the Johns Hopkins University Medical Center. He was also one of the doctors who cared for Henrietta Lacks, whose immortal cancer cells are the focus of “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” the best-selling book by Rebecca Skloot. In the 1960s, he conducted laboratory studies of sperm and oocytes – immature eggs – with the British scientist Robert Edwards, who helped create the world’s first test tube baby, born in England in 1978. Even though Dr. Jones had grown accustomed to public rancor over his research and operations, nothing was as fierce as the American opposition to his in vitro fertilization clinic. He opened the clinic in 1979 after he and his wife Georgeanna retired from Johns Hopkins. They were offered positions to chair the obstetrics and gynecology department at the newly created East Virginia Medical School. After the Jones Institute opened in Norfolk, Virginia, picketers tried to block patients from entering. In the beginning, the Joneses would only allow women without fallopian tubes to participate in studies to ensure that any potential pregnancies resulted from in vitro fertilization and did not occur naturally. The Joneses had 41 failures before their first success. Dr. Seegar Jones had a hunch that hMG – human menopausal gonadotropin – which prompts the release of several eggs, would increase the odds of success. They gave patients seven ampules per cycle, which would prompt the release of about three eggs. They had 12 failed in vitro attempts before the first patient, Judith Carr, got the drugs and then got pregnant. Ms. Carr had a Cesarean section because they wanted to make sure the baby was not hurt in the birth canal. Elizabeth Carr was born healthy on the morning of December 28, 1981. Howard and Georgeanna Jones were saluted in a Life magazine cover essay, “Test Tube Triumphs” and featured in over a thousand newspapers across the country. With great foresight, Dr. Jones saw a need for an ethics panel and started the ethics committee of the American Fertility Society. Drs. Howard and Georgeanna Jones participated in the Academy of Achievement’s 1983 Summit at Coronado, California, and spoke to the student delegates about their vision and knowledge as founders of the first successful in vitro fertilization clinic in the United States, and the public controversy surrounding their work. Dr. Georgeanna Seegar Jones, a renowned endocrinologist, died in 2005, at age 92. Dr. Howard Jones is now 101 years old.


  • A legend in the world of college basketball, Dean Smith coached the Tarheels of the University of North Carolina for 36 years. Known as "the genius of Chapel Hill" he saw his team through 11 Final Four semi-finals and led them to two national championships. Although he won fame in the South, Smith was a son of the Great Plains, born in Emporia, Kansas. Both his parents were schoolteachers; his father also coached high school basketball. Young Dean Smith played basketball, baseball and football, both in high school and at the University of Kansas, which he attended on an academic scholarship. After serving in the U.S. Air Force, he joined the coaching staff of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and in 1961, at age 30, was named head coach. In the 1960s, Smith helped end racial segregation in college basketball, recruiting his university's first African American scholarship player. In a game often beset with scandals, Smith earned a reputation for running a clean program, with 96.6 percent of the student athletes in his charge completing their degrees. Smith's players excelled on the court as well, dominating Atlantic Coast Conference year after year. Smith won his first national championship in 1982, with a team that included Sam Perkins, James Worthy and Michael Jordan. Later that year, he joined the Academy of Achievement at its Summit in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he warned the students against misplaced values and the need for external validation. Smith led North Carolina to a second national championship in 1993. At the time of his retirement in 1997, he held the record for victories in men's basketball.

  • Suivez tous les mois la conférence d'un Expert en Pneumologie.

  • Die Inhalte dieses Podcasts sind nicht geeignet für Mainstream-Schwimmer. Hier herrscht Sturmwarnung Stufe 5. Dein Leben kann dir (im besten Fall) um die Ohren pfeifen und es besteht erhebliche Gefahr, dass sich etwas verändert. Wenn du aber in deiner Komfortzone bleiben willst, ist es ratsam, ein Aspirin einzunehmen und zu warten, bis sich der innere Antrieb auf Veränderung wieder gelegt hat.

    Allen anderen öffnet dieser Podcast eine Tür, zu der wir immer wieder den Schlüssel verlieren: die Selbstwirksamkeit. Selbstwirksamkeit bedeutet, die innere Überzeugung zu haben, auch schwierige Situationen aus eigener Kraft erfolgreich bewältigen zu können. Nur wer diese Quelle immer wieder nährt und spürt, kommt ins Handeln und verändert dadurch sein Leben. Und da wir alle Wissensgiganten und leider Umsetzungszwerge sind, liefert dieser Podcast nicht theoretisches Wissen, sondern praktische Alltagstools.

    Diana & ich verstehen uns als Brückenbauer zwischen dem was ist und dem, was du gerne möchtest. Wir schliessen also gemeinsam die Lücke zwischen Traum und Verwirklichung. Wenn wir Menschen in unserer täglichen Coaching-Arbeit begleiten, dann immer unter dem Fokus: "Überzeug' dich von dir selbst!"

    Unsere Vision ist es, die Welt bewusster zu verlassen, als wir sie angetroffen haben. Und dafür braucht es Menschen, die leuchten und ihren eigenen Weg gehen und nicht den von irgendjemand anderem!