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Called of Christ Ministries was founded as a means of answering questions to difficult questions that seekers usually have regarding the Christian faith. The show's host (Michael) is a former atheist who, after giving his life to Christ in 2001, embarked on a journey to find the answers he needed in order to place his faith in Christ. He uses this blog talk radio show, website, and newsletter as a means for sharing those answers that he believes he has found. Join us for our "Pastor and a Sk ...
 
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RAW Education News Radio is BAM's public affairs channel. Think C-SPAN Radio with more meat and less fat, in less time. Tune in to listen to recorded discussions with leading educators, reporters, government officials and legislators condensed and edited for busy educators, advocates, journalists and education leaders.
 
"Channeling Brussels", hosted by journalist Teri Schultz, gets newsmakers, movers and shakers to lose the lingo, burst out of the Brussels bubble and have real conversations about the critical foreign and security policies shaping our world. it's the rest of the story, beyond the few seconds of soundbites that make it into the news.
 
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Welcome back to the Plant Based News Podcast.This week’s episode we are throwing the spotlight on a fascinating andimportant new feature documentary called Milked, directed by Amy Taylor which uncovers the disturbing reality of New Zealand’s dairy farming industry.Joining us is the film’s Co-producer and presenter Chris Huriwai, whoembarked on an i…
 
COVID-19 has changed everything, including how we work (and to be more precise, are employed). But in order to best understand how things have changed, and hopefully to grapple with how they will be, it helps to have studied how they were. Enter Melanie Simms, professor of work and employment at the University of Glasgow ‘s Adam Smith Business Scho…
 
“Convict criminology,” Jeffrey Ian Ross explains in this Social Science Bites podcast, is “a network, or platform, that’s united in the perception that the convict voice has been either neglected or marginalized in scholarship or policy debates in the field of criminology in general, and corrections in particular.” Ross, a professor in the School o…
 
Hi Plant friends, this weeks guest is the incredible London born singer-songwriter Jessie J.This podcast is sponsored by Nuzest - use code PBN20 to get 20% off your first order of their delicious golden pea protein 👉 https://plnt.news/trynuzest From a dynamic lifestyle to touring for long stretches of time, being a successful music artist comes wit…
 
This podcast is sponsored by Nuzest - use code PBN20 to get 20% off your first order of their delicious golden pea protein 👉 https://plnt.news/trynuzest This week we meet Glen Merzer, he is an author, playwright, and screenwriter who grew up in Bellmore, N.Y., on Long Island, and attended college at New College of Florida in Sarasota.After college,…
 
Molefi Kete Asante, the chair of the Department of African American Studies at Philadelphia’s Temple University, has long been at the forefront of developing the academic discipline of Black studies and in founding the theory of Afrocentrism, “the centering of African people in their own stories.” In this Social Science Bites podcast, Asante offers…
 
This podcast is sponsored by Nuzest - use code PBN20 to get 20% off your first order of their delicious golden pea protein 👉 https://plnt.news/trynuzest Hi Plant Friends, Hope you are all well this week.Alex J. O’Connor is founder of the Cosmic Skeptic YouTube channel, podcast and blog, platforms dedicated to the publication of philosophical ideas …
 
This podcast is sponsored by Nuzest - use code PBN20 to get 20% off your first order of their delicious golden pea protein 👉 https://plnt.news/trynuzest ****Hi Plant Friends, This week we meet Anthony Mullally he is a Rugby League professional with over 200 career appearances, as well as receiving the Super League Trophy with the Leeds Rhinos in 20…
 
This podcast is sponsored by Nuzest - use code PBN20 to get 20% off your first order of their delicious golden pea protein 👉 https://plnt.news/trynuzest Hi Plant Friends & welcome to another episode of the PBN Podcast. This week we meet the talented Preacher Lawson. Preacher is an American stand-up comedian and vegan advocate, best known for being …
 
This podcast is sponsored by Nuzest - use code PBN20 to get 20% off your first order of their delicious golden pea protein 👉 https://plnt.news/trynuzest Hi Plant Friends,This week we meet Dr Melanie Joy. She is an American social psychologist and author, primarily notable for coining the term carnism.At the age of 23, while a student at Harvard, Me…
 
Hi Plant Friends and welcome to this weeks episode. This week we meet Dr. Brooke Goldner who is a board certified physician, the creator of the Healing Protocol for Lupus Recovery, and is known globally as the author of three bestselling books, including Goodbye Lupus.Lupus is an autoimmune disease that sees the individual’s immune system become hy…
 
Hi Plant Friends and welcome to another episode of the PBN Podcast. This week we meet Professor Rock Rockström.Professor Johan Rockström is one of the most influential Earth scientists who is amongst the most cited researchers in the world. As director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, he advises governments, corporations and ac…
 
There is inequality in the United States, a fact most people accept and which data certainly bears out. But how bad do you think that inequality is, say, based on comparing the wealth held by the average Black person in America and the average white person? This is one of the questions that Jennifer Richeson, a social psychologist at Yale Universit…
 
The twin prods of a U.S. president trying to rebrand the coronavirus as the ‘China virus’ and a bloody attack in Atlanta that left six Asian women dead have brought to the fore a spate of questions about Asian Americans in the United States. Columbia University sociologist Jennifer Lee has been answering many of those questions her entire academic …
 
Despite being someone who doesn’t “particularly enjoy the game,” cognitive anthropologist Martha Newson is drawn to football. “Football is one of the most exciting games to watch as an anthropologist,” she explains in this Social Science Bites podcast. “I’m not watching the ball go around the pitch – I’m watching the fans. I’m transfixed by them! Y…
 
Hi Plant friends and welcome to another episode of the PBN Podcast.This week we meet Joanne Molinaro, also known as The Korean Vegan. Joanne is a Korean American, born in Chicago, Illinois. When you consider her tasks and accomplishments, you wonder how Joanne manages to incorporate all of her work and play into a 24-hour period. She works at a lar…
 
Hi Plant Friends, and welcome to a very special episode. Today's show is hosted by PBN Founder Klaus Mitchell. Husband and wife Ali and Lucy Tabrizi are the filmmakers behind the Netflix documentary Seaspiracy - which uncovers the horrors of modern industrial fishing. The film features human impacts on marine life such as plastic marine debris, gho…
 
When human judgment enters the picture, so too will errors in human judgment. Think of this as “noise,” just as you might think of a signal-to-noise ratio in an audio signal. And just as in listening to music, this noise is not a feature, but a flaw. In the context of human action, management professor at HEC Paris and former McKinsey senior partne…
 
"That’s such a hard question,” Gina Neff, a sociologist at the Oxford Internet Institute, responds when asked what social science research or thinker most influenced her. “It’s like a busman’s holiday for an academic, because so many things have influenced my thinking.” Her answer, by the way, was Ulrich Beck’s concept of the risk society, as expla…
 
Hi Plant Friends and welcome to another episode of the PBN Podcast. I am your host Robbie Lockie. On this weeks episode we meet the bubbly and colourful vegan Jasmin Singer. At the age of twenty-four, Jasmin Singer turned to veganism after watching a film about factory farming. Learning about the horrors of the dairy and egg production led her to i…
 
This week's episode is supported by the food revolution Summit. A deadly global pandemic makes one thing abundantly clear: Your health needs to be a priority. Not just someday, but right now. Obesity, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and other chronic illnesses are all fueled by diet and lifestyle choices — and they make infecti…
 
It’s impossible to ignore the incredible work that Maggie Baird has done as an American actress, voice artist, screenwriter and founder of Plant-Based non-profit organisation Support & Feed. Much like her musician son Finneas and pop star daughter Billie Eilish, Maggie is a passionate vegan, and has inspired many to go plant-based.Maggie grew up in…
 
When Jim Scott mentions ‘resistance,’ this recovering political scientist isn’t usually talking about grand symbolic statements or large-scale synchronized actions by thousands or more battling an oppressive state. He’s often referring to daily actions by average people, often not acting in concert and perhaps not even seeing themselves as ‘resisti…
 
This week's guest is Roxy Furman AKA ‘Roxy The Zoologist’, a wildlife biologist, photographer, activist, filmmaker, and presenter. She has a passion for animals and the natural world, and uses social media to share this with others, regularly posting content with the goal of reconnecting people with animals and inspiring them to get involved with c…
 
The study of stigma, , says Michèle Lamont, is a “booming field.” That assessment can be both sad and hopeful, and in this Social Science Bites podcast the Harvard sociologist explains stigma’s manifestations and ways to combat it, as well as what it takes for a researcher to actually study stigma. Lamont defines stigma “as the negative characteriz…
 
This week's guest is Prince Khaled Alwaleed, a Saudi entrepreneur and investor, and the son of Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the Saudi billionaire investor and chairman of Kingdom Holding. In 2017 Khaled invested in Plant Based News, and he is now a co-owner. Khaled’s work sees him investing in companies like Beyond Meat, biotech start-up TurtleTree L…
 
What we tell people about ourselves is not exclusively, or often not even majorly, what comes out of our mouths. A host of nonverbal messages emanate from us, many of them intentionally sent to create or reinforce a narrative for a recipient who is left trying to judge the veracity of the sum total of the information. The study of this signaling in…
 
Consider two different, but similar situations. In the first, children are asked to pull ropes together. Candy cascades down, but in unequal distribution – three for one child and one for the other. In the second situation, the children come across the sweets but without joint labor, and again find an uneven distribution. What usually happens next …
 
This week's guest is a researcher (agricultural economics) and food economist for the global animal rights powerhouse Mercy For Animals, his role focuses on managing the Transfarmation Project .The Transfarmation Project offers an avenue for farmers to participate in this rebuilding, to become a part of the solution and leave the problem behind.The…
 
Hi Plant Friends and welcome to another episode of the PBN podcast. This week we meet Mr. Loui Blake. He is a serial entrepreneur with a multitude of incredible vegan businesses under his belt. This week's episode is presented by Robbie Lockie and edited and produced by Phil Marriott.In this weeks episode: 2:32: Discovering the vegan lifestyle6:00:…
 
Forensic psychologist Belinda Winder, who founded and heads the Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit at Nottingham Trent University, wants society to understand one key aspect about pedophilia. “Many people understand pedophilia to be both a sexual attraction to children but also the act of committing abuse against children,” she exp…
 
This episode is supported by https://betterhelp.com/PBNDevoted animal rights activist, journalist, and campaigner Jane Velez Mitchell is the latest to feature on the PBN podcast. This podcast covers subjects including:4:58: Discovering the vegan lifestyle10:53: Relationship with food during childhood14:52: Coming out story (parents political stance…
 
Serial entrepreneur and angel investor Charles Michael Yim is the latest to feature on the Plant Based News podcast. The tech CEO sits down with PBN's Co-Founder Robbie Lockie to discuss his flexitarian diet, whether Lightlife's hit at Impossible Foods was fair, and the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make.This podcast covers subjects including:3.10…
 
There’s an intuitive attraction to the idea that if we could just spend some quality time with someone from another group, we’d both come to appreciate, and maybe even like, the other person and perhaps even their group. Enormously simplified, that’s the basis of contact theory, which Gordon Allport posited in the 1950s as the United States grapple…
 
Borough President of Brooklyn, New York City, Eric Adams is the latest to feature on the Plant Based News podcast. The former police officer, who is also the author of Healthy at Last, sits down with PBN's Co-founder Robbie Lockie to discuss how he reversed his diabetes on a whole-food plant-based diet.The pair also talk about how the downfalls of …
 
Sociologist Alondra Nelson calls it “root-seeking” – individuals wanting to know their ethnic background. Knowing who your people were as a way to know who you are verges on being a human need – witness the Hebrew Bible or the carefully tended genealogies of royal houses. In her own seeking, Nelson has studied the rise and use of direct-to-consumer…
 
Prominent LGBTQ+ advocate Barrett Pall is the latest to feature on the Plant Based News Podcast.The life coach and vegan advocate sits down with PBN's co-founder Robbie Lockie to discuss his vegan journey, being part of the LGBQ+ community and navigating life in a world obsessed with social media. This podcast covers subjects including:1.45: Discov…
 
As the toll from the COVID-19 pandemic increased, polling suggests counterintuitively that resistance to a future vaccine has also risen. Anthropologist Heidi J. Larson identified several likely drivers of this, including political polarization, a focus on being ‘natural,’ the undercurrent of mistrusting the so-called elite. But in this Social Scie…
 
Author of The Plantain Cookbook Tomi Makanjuola, aka The Vegan Nigerian, is the latest to feature on the Plant Based News Podcast. Makanjuola sits down with PBN's co-founder Robbie Lockie to discuss her vegan story, how coronavirus can impact mental health, racism in the U.K, and much more.This podcast covers subjects including:1.42: Tomi's vegan s…
 
Have you always felt that you could make of your life pretty much what you want to make of it? Once I make up your mind to do something, do you stay with it until the job is completely done? And when things don’t go the way you want them to, do you just work harder? And one last question – are your poor, or working class, or live in a highly segreg…
 
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