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  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • Behind every young and committed woman in science with an exceptional CV often lies a winding road to academia, filled with doubts and obstacles, but also with exciting adventures. In this interview series, female doctoral students, postdocs, and junior researchers of Forschungsverbund Berlin share stories about their journey to science, their motivations, hardest challenges, biggest achievements, and their life beyond scientific research. - Artwork: Beatriz Arribas - Music: Down the Driveway by L-Ray from - Additional sound effects from

  • Multiple sclerosis sucks; I should know, I’ve got it. Luckily, it is possible to grow from terrible things and a field of psychology, known as Positive Psychology, can help us to understand how. Each week we take a look at a new field of the science of Psychology, we understand and implement the science, and together as a community we’re going to learn to thrive in the context of Multiple Sclerosis.

  • Welcome to Don't mind us! This is a podcast created by 3 A level psychology students. We aim to explore a variety of topics relating to psychology in the wider world.

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  • A podcast dedicated to showcasing what's going on in the specialist field that is residential child care.We are interested in radical stories, thoughts or opinions about residential child care.

  • The Social Work Lens (formerly known as Welcome to the Field) is for child welfare professionals, caregivers, & all folks wanting to learn about social work & child welfare. Join the Training Specialists at the University of Vermont’s Child Welfare Training Partnership (VT- CWTP) as they bring you interviews with local, national, & international experts on subjects ranging from case typologies to systems level change.

  • Carolyn Smith, Principal Social Worker for Adult Social Care in Somerset Council talks to Professor Michael Preston-Shoot about his career and his role in safeguarding, specifically around self neglect.As promised in the podcast, here are the links to: the Clutter Image Rating Scale: โโ Keith's Story: โโ Please get in touch with us with feedback or requests for future episode topics: [email protected]

  • A compilation of ten key episodes on artificial intelligence and related topics. Together they'll help you learn about how AI looks from a broadly longtermist, existential risk, or effective altruism flavoured point of view.

  • Welcome to The Response Force Multiplier, the OSRL Podcast. On The Response Force Multiplier, we explore all aspects of emergency planning and response, through conversations with compelling experts and thought leaders, providing a fresh take on key issues and cutting-edge techniques in this field. In each episode, weโ€™ll dive into one aspect of emergency planning and response using OSRLโ€™s unique pool of experts and collaborators to gain new insights and to distil these down into actionable tools and techniques for better preparedness and response to crisis incidents and emergencies.

    Emergency Response, Crisis Management, Emergency Planning

    Please give us โ˜…โ˜…โ˜…โ˜…โ˜…, leave a review, and tell your friends about us as each share and like makes a difference.

  • Climate change demands technological innovation from our brightest minds. Our podcast parks the technobabble and invites scientists from across Europe to share their ideas and hopes for tackling Planet Earth's greatest challenge. Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage is the UKโ€™s largest CCS research group

  • Complex questions of environmental responsibility are increasingly raised in times of change and uncertainty. The tracks on this album illustrate the need for nurturing a fresh sense of care for our environment as well as more appropriate forms of accountability. We demonstrate the necessity of addressing issues of entitlements, rights, obligations and duties if we are to critically and carefully shape our values in doing environmental responsibility and being environmentally responsible. This material is taken from the course: TD866 Environmental responsibility: ethics, policy and action.

  • In the process of gaining knowledge, we often focus on one discipline and miss out on the connections between them. "Encountering Faces" is a podcast that explores the intersections between sociology, science, and personal experience to gain a deeper understanding of the intertwining of life. Host Sophie McErlich brings together her diverse background, with a degree in global studies majoring in global politics and human rights, as well as studies in biomedical science, law, psychology, and sociology. Each week, Sophie leads conversations that connect different fields of knowledge to create a more comprehensive understanding of the world around us. "Encountering Faces" tackles tough topics and honest discussions about life. From sociological perspectives on current events to scientific breakthroughs and personal stories. Join Sophie as she takes you on a journey of discovery and self-reflection, and encounters the many faces of our reality.

  • Join Ben Goldsmith as he speaks to some of the most influential people behind the most exciting and dramatic rewilding projects across the globe. 

  • This album tackles the complex relationships social workers experience in the wide spectrum of their work, from those with families affected by social deprivation to those with judges, lawyers and other members of the legal system. The tracks analyse the role of the family in Scottish life in relation to the many voluntary bodies that exist to assist and inform them, and the legal obligations of social workers. Participants from single mothers to solicitors presented their perspectives in a series of frank, informative interviews.

    This material forms part of The Open University course K207 The law and social work in Scotland.

  • Seventy scientists talk about their work on Cambridge 105 community radio. They tell how maths, physics, chemistry and biology are put to use in ways they never told us about at school. Our scientists worked in health, business and in University of Cambridge research. Do share to help drive STEM careers. Interviews by Roger Frost, Chris Creese and our not naked Science radio show team.

  • why you ask? because We are being held captive against our will in a thing called "School" I know right Please send help. (This is a joke please don't take this description seriously)

  • Tax conversations Africa, The podcast offers alternative thought to African tax systems. Tax conversations Africa is powered by the Tax Justice Network Africa (TJNA) in partnership with the Institute for Economic Justice (IEJ), and the generous support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

  • A podcast that tells the latest success stories and innovations from across the European biobanking and biomolecular resources landscape.

  • Improving access to care for people with haemophilia and allied bleeding disorders

  • Speaking of Sustainability is a podcast focusing on biodiversity and sustainability. Over the next few episodes we will be discussing these themes with special guests educated in environmentalism, either through education or first hand experience.

    The Trust for Sustainable Living is a charity working to help achieve a sustainable future through global education and empowerment. The Trust runs the annual TSL International Schools‘ Essay Competition and Debate, the Sustainability Challenge video competition, and Partner Power Summit involving over 12,000 schoolchildren and teachers in 80 countries.

    The Trust also runs The Living Rainforest visitor and education center in Berkshire, UK, featuring over 850 tropical plant and animal species to bring the rainforest to life and explore global sustainability challenges, for more than 100,000 visitors annually, including 25,000 children on school trips.

    The views, information, or opinions expressed during the Speaking of Sustainability podcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of the Trust For Sustainable Living and its employees. The primary purpose of this podcast series is to educate and inform.

    This podcast is available for private, non-commercial use only. Advertising which is incorporated into, placed in association with, or targeted toward the content of this podcast, without the express approval and knowledge of TSL is forbidden. You may not edit, modify, or redistribute this podcast.