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Pod People

Pod People Podcast

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Listen in as Cleveland, Matisse, and Ben dissect horror movies new and old, compete in challenges, and share plenty of laughs. Support the Pod Boys on Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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People of the Pod

American Jewish Committee (AJC)

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People of the Pod is an award-winning weekly podcast analyzing global affairs through a Jewish lens, brought to you by American Jewish Committee. Host Manya Brachear Pashman examines current events, the people driving them, and what it all means for America, Israel, and the Jewish people.
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The Pod People is about friends watching and discussing movies. In our ever changing lives it is important to have something to bring us together. Our mission is to talk about movies we have a love for and bring them to the group. We also try to unearth hidden gems that may have been overlooked. Learn about the origins of the term the pod people and find out what actor Dutch insists on mentioning in every episode. So come hang out with as we explore the wonderful world of movies
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Invasion of the Pod People

Raz and Beatboy

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Invasion of the Pod People is the podzine for queers, queens, freaks and geeks…and those that love ‘em! The Pod People are Beatboy and Raz, who have years of experience in producing and presenting quality community radio between them. Each episode they cover the latest happenings in the GLBTI community, discuss pop and alternative culture, and rant about anything else that takes their fancy. The show has even accrued a growing local and international fan base. Here’s what some fans have to s ...
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Pod Save the People

Crooked Media

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Organizer and activist DeRay Mckesson explores news, culture, social justice, and politics with analysis from Kaya Henderson, De’Ara Balenger, and Myles Johnson. Then he sits down for deep conversations with experts, influencers, and diverse local and national leaders. New episodes every Tuesday.
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It’s All About People

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We talk to colleagues in the NHS and local government, as well as people with lived experience, to explore the different ways we can develop a new relationship between people and their health service. Personalisation? It’s all about people!
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What is it like to be a passionate politician fighting for change in BC? Bowinn Ma, British Columbia MLA, and Vancouver City Councillor Christine Boyle offer insights into what they’ve learned as young(er) women serving in elected office. A six-part limited series, People’s Pod: Politics for the People with Bowinn & Boyle is an outsider's inside look on the often opaque and complex world of political involvement. Whether you're thinking of putting your name on the ballot or just trying to un ...
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Alarming number of drug-related deaths in Baltimore, the conservative attack on diversity programs, a discussion on Biden and the Black vote, and 16 Afro-queer trailblazers who made history. News Across Baltimore, the death toll has mounted. ‘Bad Boys: Ride Or Die’ Speeds To $105M Global Opening Are Black voters deserting Biden? A grant program for…
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The legend of personalised care Tommy Whitelaw joins Matt and Kirsteen for a chat about the movement: What Matters To You? Pause and take a moment to hear from someone with a genuine passion for making our health care system a better place to work and a better service for people. His work takes him all over the world where he is both a leader and a…
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Explore the unique experiences of Jewish U.S. military veterans with Dave Warnock, U.S. Army Veteran, and Andrea Goldstein, U.S. Navy Veteran and Reservist. If you missed this conversation when it first aired for Veterans Day, here’s your chance to honor Jewish American Heritage Month and pay tribute to those who serve our country. Our guests share…
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Damning messages from a far-right group chat, Trump becomes first U.S. president convicted of crimes, a discussion on discriminatory housing practices, and the grand return of a lost holiday predating Juneteenth. DeRay interviews Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY 16th District) about life as a Congressman, efforts with the Hip Hop Task Force, and more. News…
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An impromptu catch-up turns into an insightful podcast where Matt finds out about personalised approaches being used in Maternity services by Amy Garratt and her colleagues. Hear about Badger, preparing the workforce for people to ask questions, sequins, shared decision making and lots more of transferable practice!…
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Police guns used in crimes across the country, Congress members exchange insults during the House hearing, the first Black astronaut candidate reaches space at 90-years-old, Angela Alsobrooks beats the odds to win U.S. Senate primary, and the exploration of New Wave. News Jasmine Crockett backs claim calling Marjorie Taylor Greene ‘racist’ One of a…
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Jacob Magid, U.S. Bureau Chief for the Times of Israel, provides his take on Israel's efforts to destroy Hamas in Gaza, the U.S-Israel relations, the anti-Israel campus protests, the Israeli public’s reaction to rising antisemitism abroad, and the challenges he has faced as a journalist since October 7. Episode Lineup: (0:40) Jacob Magid Show Notes…
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Alison is back on the microphone and isn't talking 'workforcey stuff'. This time, she is joined by Jenny (Lincolnshire County Council) and Sash (Person with Lived Experience) to discuss Direct Payments and how they support people. These are one way of being able to support people with a cash equivalent to service provision so people can make their …
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U.S. states double down on resistance to racial equity, the Met Gala sparks intense protest amidst Gaza-Israel conflict, and skepticism around Biden's upcoming Morehouse commencement speech. News Katie Britt proposes federal database to collect data on pregnant people Aces star A'ja Wilson announces signature shoe with Nike Anita Baker Atlanta conc…
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AJC CEO Ted Deutch reflects on Jewish American Heritage Month, highlighting the historical contributions of Jewish Americans and discussing the concept of heroism in the face of rising antisemitism. Ted also shares what it means to be a hero today, especially in the wake of 10/7, and who he considers to be among his own heroes. Episode Lineup: (0:4…
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What is it like for a carer navigating the health system for their adult son? As we continue to explore the relationship between people and the healthcare system, Matt chats to Katie Oates about her experiences as a mum trying to support her adult son to access services. From frustrations and suspicion to curiosity and listening, Katie has plenty t…
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Kendrick and Drake battle it out in a war of words, a rich white community in Baton Rouge forms its own city, and widespread misconduct outed within the NYC marshall. News Teens come up with trigonometry proof for Pythagorean Theorem, a problem that stumped math world for centuries New wealthy, white city in Louisiana just became one of state's lar…
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Noa Fay is a Jewish student leader at Columbia University, the epicenter of the anti-Israel protest movement that has unfolded on American college campuses in recent weeks. Pro-Hamas, antisemitic, and anti-Israel demonstrators have occupied academic buildings, set up overnight tent encampments, and staged demonstrations, while Jewish students have …
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Student organizers unite in support of Palestine, Alameda County discriminates against Black and Jewish jurors, DeSantis strips healthcare coverage from thousands of children, and President Biden signs law to ban TikTok. News As student protesters get arrested, they risk being banned from campus too Monroe County DA Sandra Doorley refuses to pull o…
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U.S. Supreme Court threatens the right to protest, Nestlé adds sugar to infant milk in poorer countries, Participant Media shuts down operations after two decades, and the ongoing history of Tybee Island. News The Supreme Court Has Ruled to Let Louisiana Keep Hunting DeRay McKesson Caitlin Clark signs 8-figure signature sneaker deal; yet, no Black …
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Ancient texts, traditional foods, and friends and family: the markers of many Passover tables across America. But what if you added something new–or rather, someone new? Marnie Fienberg founded 2ForSeder, a program to combat antisemitism and honor her mother-in-law, Joyce Feinberg, who was one of the 11 victims murdered inside Tree of Life. The ini…
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AJC Jerusalem director Lt. Col. (res.) Avital Leibovich shares how the IDF — and its neighbors and allies — defended Israel with remarkable success. In the early hours of April 14, sirens and explosions were heard across the Jewish state. In an unprecedented, first-ever direct attack on the Israeli people, the Iranian regime launched a wave of more…
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Israeli-American Comedian Modi Rosenfeld, who took part in the inaugural AJC’s Voices Against Antisemitism Campaign, just-released a stand-up comedy special, Know Your Audience, which reflects a principle he has always subscribed to. But what happens when you know your audience is suffering a trauma like no other? Listen to this conversation with M…
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Iran launches attack on Israel, Louisiana Supreme Court vindicates pedophilic priests, Tennessee K-12 teachers allowed to carry handguns, and a reflection on the lives of the late OJ Simpson, Mister Cee, and Faith Ringgold. News Iran launches retaliatory attack on Israel with hundreds of drones, missiles Louisiana High Court: Priests Have a “Proper…
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Trump faced with law and order, Trans Visibility Day lands on Easter, an attempt to bar incarcerated people from the sky, a biased test stands between Black people and kidney transplants and fem creatives' ongoing battle for rest. News Trump loses bids to dismiss classified docs, Georgia election cases on the same day "Unforgivable": José Andrés' N…
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Listen to this compilation of our award-winning series Remembering Pittsburgh, exploring how the horrific shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue affected the Jewish community in Pittsburgh, the U.S., and around the world. In the four-part series, we take listeners behind the scenes of how the Pittsburgh Jewish community continues to rebuild and hon…
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Biden's historical fundraising effort, Trump aka the Bible salesman, white supremacists' government overthrow, the history of Renaissance era rent parties, Sean Combs ongoing abuse allegations, and a painter's proclamation of rest as a revolutionary act. News God Bless the USA Bible When White supremacists overthrew a government Biden’s Fundraiser …
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