Society And Culture Podcasts
Religion and spirituality are strange topics for an old cowboy but it's surprising how much one can learn. We may start with a familiar liturgy along a given topic but then leap through different belief systems to consider what makes the most sense. Or, we may talk about the latest book we're writing. Who knows? Music is a sometimes topic as well. Everything ties back to who and what we all are: human. Mostly. Maybe.
By charles i. letbetter
The study of the origin of words of Hindi, Sanskrit & other languages and the way in which their meanings have changed throughout history which has enhanced the knowledge of the society & brings out the broader version of the culture. We here provide you our listener with in-depth knowledge. This show will release episodes weekly in both Hindi & English alternatively. Hindi By Mrs. Gayitri Chhibber English By Puranjay Savar Mattas *DISCLAIMER* The English episodes are transcriptions of the Hindi episodes produced by The Etymology Podcast & Hosted by Mrs. Gayitri Chhibber.
By Gayitri Chhibber & Puranjay Savar Mattas
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By Richard Syrett
<p>Join Luke Moore and Pete Donaldson for an unplanned half hour every Monday and Thursday as they pull on the threads of the universe and revel in the discovery of where each one takes them. From ancient history and modern phenomena to the week's events and everything in between, The Luke and Pete Show is your chance to share in the fun of two men with time on their hands and a good idea of how to waste it.</p>
In the interviewers chair for over 30 years, Milt Rosenberg exemplifies utterly implausible radio. Whether the topic is foreign policy or American politics, the state of the English language, the history of World War II, the latest discoveries in astrophysics, what local chefs cook for their own dinners, or the guest is a Pulitzer or Nobel Prize winner, you won't hear anything, anywhere, quite as stimulating or quite as fascinating. Past guests of note include Margaret Thatcher, David McCullough, Henry Kissinger, David Mamet, Colin Powell, John Updike, William Safire, P.D. James, Richard Posner, Phillip Roth, Robert Bork, Gary Becker, William Bennett, Norman Mailer, George Will, Jim Lehrer and on and on--virtually a cast of thousands of interesting and significant people. It's no wonder Talkers Magazine cites him as the "Nation's leading author interviewer". Authors, journalists, scientists, newsmakers, professors, and even the occasional cab driver or waitress-all have sat across the table from Milt to opine on a wide array of topics. Among the panel discussions recently featured: Adventures in the cab (or PR firms, or the restaurant trade) recent developments (or historical perspectives) in law, sociology, film criticism, the talk trade itself and ad infinitum.
What really drives the immigration debate? It’s people, not politics. Join us for “Only in America” podcast, to hear how Americans from all walks of life and from across the political spectrum are experiencing changes in their communities as a result of immigration. Faith leaders, law enforcement officials, business owners and others speak openly about the way culture, identity and values are shaping and defining our country, and they offer a constructive way forward in the immigration debate.
By Ali Noorani