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The Global Philosopher: Should Borders Matter?. Michael Sandel explores the philosophical justifications made for national borders. Using a pioneering state-of-the-art studio at the Harvard Business School, Professor Sandel is joined by 60 participants from over 30 countries in a truly global digital space. Is there any moral distinction between a political refugee and an economic migrant? If people have the right to exit a country, why not a right to enter? Do nations have the right to protect the affluence of their citizens? And is there such a thing as a 'national identity'? These are just some of the questions addressed by Professor Sandel in this first edition of The Global Philosopher.Audience producer: Louise ColettaProducer: David EdmondsEditor: Richard Knight(Image taken by Rose Lincoln)
#138 — The Edge of Humanity. In this episode of the Making Sense podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Yuval Noah Harari about his new book “21 Lessons for the 21st Century.” They discuss the importance of meditation for his intellectual life, the primacy of stories, the need to revise our fundamental assumptions about human civilization, the threats to liberal democracy, a world without work, universal basic income, the virtues of nationalism, the implications of AI and automation, and other topics. You can support the Making Sense podcast and receive subscriber-only content at SamHarris.org/subscribe.
#12 Jesse. Four years ago, Jesse was hit by a car and nearly died. Now he wants to find the driver. And thank him.CreditsHeavyweight is hosted and produced by Jonathan Goldstein.This episode was also produced by Kalila Holt. The senior producer is Kaitlin Roberts.Editing by Jorge Just, Alex Blumberg, and Wendy Dorr.Special thanks to Emily Condon, Saidu Tejan-Thomas, and Jackie Cohen.The show was mixed by Kate Bilinski. Music by Christine Fellows, John K Samson, and Edwin, with additional music by Chris Zabriskie, Blue Dot Sessions, Michael Charles Smith, Visager, Graham Barton, and Katie Mullins. Our theme song is by The Weakerthans courtesy of Epitaph Records, and our ad music is by Haley Shaw.
83- Heyoon. Growing up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Alex Goldman was a misfit. Bored and disaffected and angry, he longed for a place to escape to. And then he found Heyoon. The only way to find out about Heyoon for someone to … Continue reading →
Rank #1: Season 4 Ep 13 - Freo v Brisbane. In case you missed the #AFLFreoLions clash, we won by 1 point. Duck and Oz share their Purple Reign experience with the Fremantle Football Club, talk Sir Doug Nicholls round, GBU, Listener’s questions and a highly sought after Peel Talk – Harley edition. Don’t forget to listen, rate, subscribe and share with other passionate Freo fans. #ForeverFreo #PurplePassion
Rank #2: Season 4 Ep 22 - Seven Stages of Grief, Freo v Dogs. The Seven Stages of Grief – Freo v Doggies. Oz contemplates the current stage of grief whilst Duck takes a turn for the worse. Where are we going? Is it all doom and gloom? Listen to find out and help us get through this challenging period together! #everybodyloveeverybody
Rank #1: Steve Rosich on 3AW - Sunday 4 August, 2019. Steve Rosich spoke to 3AW following the win over Geelong on Saturday.
Rank #2: Nat Fyfe on Triple M - Sunday 4 August, 2019. Nat Fyfe spoke to Triple M following the win over Geelong.
Rank #1: 14. Rd 23 - Port Adelaide. Duck and Oz preview the final game of the season against Port Adelaide from the eyes of two tragic Freo supporters in The Purple Patch. The boys digest the big news of Ross Lyon and Steve Rosich departing the club earlier in the week and feature a 'careless whisperer' in their segment 'Dual Citizens'. The Purple Patch: Episode 11 - Rd 23 v Port Adelaide 0.24: Reflection on the departure of Lyon and Rosich 7.44: Fans Perspective Who should be Fremantle's new CEO?Who should be Fremantle's new coach? 23.50: Ins and Outs IN - Banfield, Bewley, Nyhuis, Colyer, Carter and Jones OUT - Sandilands and Ballantyne 29.25: Dual Citizen Danyle Pearce - Fremantle (104 games) + Port Adelaide (154 games) Duck and Oz also host The Purple Reign Podcast, a light-hearted and passionate podcast about the mighty Fremantle Dockers Football Club. Follow Duck and Oz on their existential journey as a Freo supporter. **Warning, you may enjoy this podcast.** Listen to The Purple Reign Podcast: http://purplereignpodcast.com.au/
Rank #2: 13. Brennan Cox's Purple Patch. Brennan Cox has a sit-down chat with Duck and Oz about who's idea it was to dye his hair. Duck and Oz also host The Purple Reign Podcast, a light-hearted and passionate podcast about the mighty Fremantle Dockers Football Club. Follow Duck and Oz on their existential journey as a Freo supporter. **Warning, you may enjoy this podcast.** Listen to The Purple Reign Podcast: http://purplereignpodcast.com.au/
Rank #1: All or Nothing - BigFooty Dockers Podcast Ep72. his week Centurions, Seppo and Stateside Docker will have a look back at the game vs the Swans before spending time going over the huge game vs. the Hawks where Freo will look to cement a spot in the GF. Can they do it? We will also look at the 2 All-Australians who made it from Freo?
Rank #2: The Real Season Begins Now - BigFooty Dockers Podcast Ep71. his week Seppo and Centurions will look back at the game vs Port, Peel's first foray into the WAFL finals and then look at the big upcoming clash vs the Swans where Freo will look to book in a home prelim final.
Rank #1: 6. Shaun McManus and Matthew 'Spider' Burton - Inaugural Players. As the Fremantle Football Club embark on their 25th year in the AFL we'll be taking a stroll down memory lane and speaking to key stakeholders who were involved in the formation of the club.This episode involves inaugural players Shaun McManus and Matthew 'Spider' Burton as they talk about their humble beginnings and the fond memories they still share with their friends and families today.Hosted by Dr Jeffrey Boyle the club's Principle Physiotherapist. Boyle, a life member for the club, started at Fremantle in November 1994 and has been involved in all of the 543 games the club has played.Boyle is a passionate Fremantle man and just like all our glorious fans he…Bleeds Purple.
Rank #2: 5: David Hatt AM - Inaugural CEO. As the Fremantle Football Club embark on their 25th year in the AFL we'll be taking a stroll down memory lane and speaking to key stakeholders who were involved in the formation of the club.This episode involves inaugural CEO David Hatt AM who was in charge of getting the Fremantle Football Club off the ground and ready for the 1995 season. David was the CEO of the club from 1994-2001 and was a major driver during the early years of Fremantle Football.Hosted by Dr Jeffrey Boyle the club's Principle Physiotherapist. Boyle, a life member for the club, started at Fremantle in November 1994 and has been involved in all of the 543 games the club has played.Boyle is a passionate Fremantle man and just like all our glorious fans he…Bleeds Purple.
Rank #1: Splinters S02E17 THE COMEBACK. WE'RE BACK BABY. JAMIE'S HAPPY. HEATY HAS A NIGHT OUT. THE BOYS REMEMBER THE GOOD DAYS.
Rank #2: Splinters S02E16. Jamie gets a letter in his mailbag. Heata is going to an Eagles game. We answer your Q's.
Rank #1: RD22 Freo v Essendon post match - Ross Lyon.
Rank #2: RD22 Freo v Essendon post match - John Worsfold.
Rank #1: SD6PR - AUGUST 22. The boys hear from Dockers Assistant Anthony Rock, Port Adelaide's Tom Rockliff and more ahead of a big weekend!
Rank #2: SDWA - AUGUST 22. The boys hear from Port Adelaide's Tom Rockliff, David Shortte and more ahead of a big weekend of action!
Rank #1: 2019 Episode 8: Why Cam McCarthy is worth the punt for the Dockers. Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: Round 1 gets underway on a sad note (3:35) Tonight's season opener between Carlton and Richmond (7:33) The team that can take the most home-ground advantage from the new rules (13:17) Has West Coast earned the right to host a home opener after winning the flag? (25:11) Eagles v Lions match preview (26:22) Freo v North Melbourne match preview (37:40) Why Cam McCarthy is worth the punt for the Dockers (39:13)
Rank #2: 2019 Episode 24: Lyon finally acknowledges Freo's skills struggles - but how to fix them?. Mark Duffield is the chief football writer at The West Australian, Glen Quartermain is the sports editor of The Sunday Times. In this episode, Duff and Quarters discuss: Why Dale Thomas is an 'idiot' (1:17) Adam Simpson was right to say Nathan Vardy's action was wrong (5:21) What are the ramifications of Carlton's shocker? (7:10) Who's in the frame for the Rising Star? (18:17) Freo's skills finally acknowledged as a concern - but how to fix them? (23:00)
Rank #1: Episode 26 - Chris McQueen. Chris McQueen is one of Rugby League's contradictions - hard and tough on the field, thoughtful and softly spoken off the park. In this episode of The Stack Report he speaks of his journey from rural Queensland to NRL glory. Along the way there was a comical run in with Russell Crowe, serious clashes with big name coaches and Origin glory for Queensland. He had to relinquish Maroons eligibility in order to represent England and now he's on the comeback trail from a career threatening neck injury... oh and did we mention his pet snake?! A great conversation with a deep thinker.
Rank #2: Episode 25 - Kevin Naiqama. An interview about the intersection of faith, family and sport. Kevin Naiqama might have the biggest heart in rugby league. The Fijian winger speaks to The Stack Report about the sacrifices his Mum made to put food on the table, how rugby league gave him a pathway and why representing Fiji makes him cry. Honest, raw and heartwarming.
Rank #1: EP 107 R20 & 21 Review + R22 Preview. We're back! Catch up time, we run through the last two rounds games and do a ladder catch up with all the changes in the last few weeks. Heaps to chat about with all the movements heading into the last two weeks. Then we give our tips for Round 22! Apologies we were off last week, full steam ahead now! Enjoy! Thanks to our sponsors Hops to Home www.hopstohome.com.au !! Listen for a discount promo code! Our partnership with Beyond the Game TV will continue in 2019, check out all their content and our AFL Live Dive episodes we do with them at www.facebook.com/beyondthegameAU LIVE EVERY WEDNESDAY 7:30 AEST RATE & Review! It helps get the pod out there and find more divers. www.patreon.com/afldeepdive a small donation keeps this crazy hobby continuing @afldeepdive on all social media email@example.com www.afldeepdive.weebly.com
Rank #2: EP 106 R19 Review & R20 Preview. Blues see the light, GC nearly get it done, Freo fall, Richmond look ominous, Saints rise... lots on the agenda to discuss around last week and this weeks games! Enjoy! Thanks to our sponsors Hops to Home www.hopstohome.com.au !! Listen for a discount promo code! Our partnership with Beyond the Game TV will continue in 2019, check out all their content and our AFL Live Dive episodes we do with them at www.facebook.com/beyondthegameAU LIVE EVERY WEDNESDAY 7:30 AEST RATE & Review! It helps get the pod out there and find more divers. www.patreon.com/afldeepdive a small donation keeps this crazy hobby continuing @afldeepdive on all social media firstname.lastname@example.org www.afldeepdive.weebly.com
Rank #1: 150th episode! Injury carnage, top key position prospect Fischer McAsey + Q&A bonanza. It's our 150th episode! Cal and Nat wrap up the latest under-18 action (including some unfortunate injuries), speak to one of the draft's top key-position prospects Fischer McAsey, and answer all of your Twitter questions.
Rank #2: Steve Conole on the rise of the Lions, trade plans + finding another mid. Brisbane recruiting manager Stephen Conole joins Cal and Nat to discuss the Lions' incredible rise up the ladder in 2019, how some of the club's recent picks are progressing and why Brisbane might look to package up some draft picks to climb up the order.
Rank #1: Episode 9: Joel Selwood — Geelong. If you speak to anyone associated with the AFL, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t revere Geelong Skipper Joel Selwood. In the ninth instalment of the Captain’s Call podcast, Paul Marsh is joined by the Geelong captain, who opens up about his celebrated leadership (6:40), his perception and what he is like behind closed doors (33:10), his views on social media (40:15) and the players in the competition he respects the most (55:01).
Rank #2: Episode 8: Katie Brennan — Western Bulldogs. In the latest Captain’s Call episode, Paul Marsh is joined by his first AFLW guest, Katie Brennan. The Bulldogs skipper looks back at the first two years of the competition (5:40), the pain of missing out on the 2018 Grand Final due to suspension (12:02), the supportive hand Bob Murphy played during that week (16:20) and her ever-evolving leadership style (22:05).
Rank #1: AFL Pre-Game Show - Essendon v GWS Giants. Join Gerard Whateley, Anthony Hudson, Nick Dal Santo and Danny Frawley as they preview the big Thursday Night clash between Essendon and the GWS Giants at Marvel Stadium on Thursday Night Football. GWS Assistant Coach Lenny Hayes was a special guest on the coverage.
Rank #2: Round 12– Richmond Vs Geelong (The AFL Nation pre-game show). Gerard Whateley, Anthony Hudson, Garry Lyon and Isaac Smith preview the upcoming Friday night clash.The Tigers were bitterly disappointing last Friday night and have the daunting task of facing the 10-1 Cats. With contrasting fortunes, the Tigers lose Astbury and Ellis whereas the Cats regain Ablett and Stanley. Can the Tigers reverse their poor form before the bye? Or will the Cats head into the mid-season break with a scarcely believable 11-1 record? We ask all the big questions of both teams before this pivotal match-up.
Rank #1: Dusty's back and Danger's playing it up | Ep.38. Xavier Ellis and Nick Rynne are in the chair as round nine is done and dusted. Topics discussed in this episode include: Dusty is back, so are the Tigers back? Danger v Kane Cornes. Brendon Bolton's path from here. A seriously underrated Geelong midfielder. Follow the show on Instagram @hardballgetsafl and hit up the hosts on Twitter @NickRynne and @XaviEllis18. The Hard Ball Gets AFL Show is brought to you by the Mazda BT-50.
Rank #2: FootyRhino Fantasy - the early studs and duds | Ep.19. The Rhino and Grant Fenn hand out some weekly fantasy awards, analysing the studs and duds from the early stages of the season. Send them your questions on Twitter at @FootyRhino and @11Fenn, and make sure to include the #HBGfam tag. The Hard Ball Gets AFL Show is brought to you by the Mazda BT-50.