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The Read Smart Podcast is hosted by BBC’s Razia Iqbal, produced by The Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction and is generously supported by the Blavatnik Family Foundation. The new series builds on last year’s successful podcasts released to celebrate the prize’s 21st anniversary. Each month, Razia explores the increasingly popular world of non-fiction books. Expect to hear from prize winning authors, judges and publishing insiders. It also goes behind the scenes of the 2020 prize, which is ...
 
In this funny and contentious new podcast, hosts Dave and Blake each pick a movie from the same genre, at least a decade apart, and pit them against each other to determine which film gets awarded "First Prize". What does that mean? Absolutely nothing. Put on some headphones, grab a drink, and hang out!
 
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Women’s Prize for Fiction Podcast

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Women’s Prize for Fiction Podcast

Women’s Prize for Fiction Podcast/ Bird Lime Media

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Every week, join Vick Hope, multi-award winning TV and BBC Radio 1 presenter, author and journalist, and her inspirational guests as they celebrate the best books written by women. They'll discuss this year's shortlisted titles, explore the life-changing books that sit on other women’s bookshelves and talk about what the future holds for women writing today. The Women’s Prize for Fiction is one of the most prestigious literary awards in the world, and has been running for over 25 years. Sit ...
 
Through their lives and work, failures and successes – get to know the individuals who have been awarded the Nobel Prize. The host for this podcast is Adam Smith, who has the happy task of interviewing our Nobel Laureates. – Nobel Prize Conversations is a podcast with a new episode every Thursday. Sit in on our conversations as we delve into how these personalities found their fields of interest — often by coincidence — how they view collaboration, curiosity and failure, and what keeps them ...
 
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Constellation Prize

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Constellation Prize

The Believer Magazine & Bianca Giaever

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Feeling down about the human condition? Consider the spiritual dilemmas of a school crossing guard, a documentary filmmaker, an artist who likes belts, and more. Constellation Prize, a podcast from The Believer magazine, talks to subjects about their daily existential problems—how art, God, and loneliness fit in their lives.
 
The Nine Dots Prize is a prize for creative thinking that tackles contemporary societal issues. The aim of the Prize is to promote, encourage and engage innovative thinking to address problems facing the modern world. We look for entries that are based on evidence and research but that are written creatively for a wide audience. These podcasts aim to help applicants think about key aspects of their work before submitting a response to the Prize.
 
The Holberg Prize is awarded annually to a scholar who have made outstanding contributions to research in the arts and humanities, social sciences, law or theology. The Prize amounts to NOK 6 000 000. The Holberg Prize also awards the Nils Klim Prize (NOK 500 000) to young Nordic scholars in the same academic fields. In this channel we publish interviews and lectures with the Laureates, Holberg Week Guests and other events.
 
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Prized Science

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Prized Science

American Chemical Society

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The American Chemical Society (ACS) gives more than 60 national awards to honor accomplishments in chemistry and service to chemistry. Prized Science strives to give people who may have no special scientific knowledge, the opportunity to watch, listen, and discover how the chemistry behind ACS’ awards transforms life for the better.
 
In 1918 the Society of Arts and Sciences established the O. Henry Memorial Awards to reward the very best short stories published during the previous year with cash prizes. 1921 was a particularly productive year with sterling and brilliantly varied examples of the art of short story writing as are included here. The selection committee struggled to agree on these, but finally, here they are for us to enjoy and record. The length varies but most are sufficiently long for a reader to get thei ...
 
In a world full of distractions, uncertainty, and constant change, how can you keep your “I” on the prize. Georgi Ivanov, an Olympian, and a successful business owner has helped thousands of people around the world create real and lasting change in their lives. In this podcast, he reveals his proven secrets of how to achieve your goals while navigating through life’s obstacles and distractions. Learn how to not only survive, but to thrive, and ensure that your short-term actions align with y ...
 
Consolation Prize is a podcast about the United States in the world through the eyes of its consuls. The responsibility for the United States’ reputation in other parts of the world often fell squarely on the shoulders of consuls and they were the first ones called in when Americans got themselves in trouble or were mistreated while they were abroad. How they interpreted their duties sometimes got them involved in all kinds of complicated circumstances. And often, their actions on a personal ...
 
Intimate conversations with Dr. Patch Adams and his son Lars, dive deep into Patch's true not-Hollywood lifestory as Lars and producer, Rainbow Valentine, uncover how Patch, once a suicidal misfit, started a revolution for Love and Joy and ended up a 2021 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee. Part of Pantheon Podcasts.
 
John Fletcher's comedy (probably written and performed around 1611) is a sequel to Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, in which, as the title suggests, the tamer will be tamed. Petruchio, the shrew-tamer, has been widowed, and marries a second wife, Maria, a "chaste witty lady." At the instigation of her cousin Bianca, and with the fellowship of her sister Livia, Maria decides to go on strike for equal rights, refusing to behave as a proper 17th century wife. Fletcher's play addresses the ...
 
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The Prize Inside With Dr. Jeromy Myers D.C.,and Co-host Dr. Rachelle Myers D.C., Bunny Lindsley

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The Prize Inside With Dr. Jeromy Myers D.C.,and Co-host Dr. Rachelle Myers D.C., Bunny Lindsley

Interviews and discussion on the new thoughts of healing and vitality, from leaders in chiropractic and authors such as Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, and Andrew Weil.

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The Prize Inside was created for people looking to explore human potential. With a mixing in of an in depth look at chiropractic and holistic viewpoints of health and vitality, the podcast will interview people that have achieved extraordinary things through their human potential. Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Andrew Weil have taught us that these extraordinary things occur in our world, so let's explore it.
 
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Tune into the final Read Smart podcast episode of the year, where 2022 prize winner Katherine Rundell discusses her book Super-Infinite: The Transformations of John Donne and how she feels following the announcement. Our host Razia Iqbal also speaks to some of the other guests at the awards ceremony, including former judge Sara Collins, last year’s…
 
"One minute I was a teenager and the next minute I was a woman.” – Leymah Gbowee shares her heartbreaking life story of a happy childhood cruelly interrupted by the Liberian civil war. Nobel Prize Outreach's Adam Smith is your host in this encore presentation as Gbowee also talks about her constant and tireless struggle for women’s rights and peace…
 
Bust out the whips and crank your favorite techno song because we're swinging into an adventure episode: Lara Croft: Tomb Raider vs. Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. Dave and Blake need to know “Why is Lara’s dead dad a procrastinator?”, “Is there always a backdoor to tombs?”, and “Seriously, where can I buy a screwdriver gun?” Pack a…
 
Historian Lucy Worsley sits down with Vick to talk about forgotten women, fan fiction from the 1930s and the misunderstandings around beloved crime writer Agatha Christie. Lucy Worsley OBE is a British historian, author, television presenter and chief curator of Historic Royal Palaces. Lucy has written numerous history books including: Queen Victor…
 
This episode is full of real knowledge, actionable advice, and real-life experiences! You can’t just say you’re the “Rich aunt”. You have to embody that lifestyle with better money management practices!Kamari & I are helping you define what financial freedom looks like to you & practical steps to obtaining it.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anch…
 
Jared Book, Hadi Kalakeche and Patrik Bexell discuss the #Habs different player of the month of November. Nick Suzuki (HM: Samuel Montembeault) Xavier Simoneau (HM: Justin Barron) Adam Engström (HM: Oliver Kapanen) Sean Farrell (HMs: Lane Hutson, Vinzenz Rohrer, Riley Kidney, Cedrick Guindon, Owen Beck) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podca…
 
Actors are a wild bunch, but wouldn't it be even wilder if they weren't actors? If every film an actor has been in was completely factually accurate, which actor would have led the craziest life? Alex forgets what question they asked, Jamie sticks to his theme, Eddie doesn't understand friendship, and Bear gets married, as we all explore the Edward…
 
Matt Drake, Anton Rasegård and Patrik Bexell discuss the Caufield-Suzuki connection and if Juraj Slafkovský should go to the World Junior Championships. Article referenced in the podcast: Juraj Kralik's substack Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation által
 
Jeff and Billy have Pepsi to thank once again for giving them a chance to try a trio of limited edition sodas. This time, they slurp down Graham Cracker, Chocolate, and Toasted Marshmallow flavored colas. But that's not all, because when mixed together they combine to create a S'mores flavored soft drink just in time for firepit season! --- This ep…
 
“I am very bad at giving up.” – Get to know one of the greatest minds of today, physicist Roger Penrose. Even beyond his 90th birthday he seems to be working more than ever and is engaged in various research projects. In an intimate conversation with the Nobel Prize’s Adam Smith, Penrose speaks about how 2020 was a year that gave him time to reflec…
 
Jason Paul @WaveIntel on twitter, joins the podcast to talk about the analytics of the Montreal Canadiens and especially the new defence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesSB Nation által
 
It's a Mac 'n Cheese episode flavor boosted four times over! Billy & Jeff fly off the deep end and into the bowl by trying out Kraft's Pizza Flavor Boost and Kraft Dinner's Ghost Pepper, Butter Chicken, and Poutine Flavour Boosts! Enjoy an episode stitched together over several weeks. It doesn't get any cheesier than this. Well, at least for now. -…
 
"It's a mixture of obsession, passion, and a sense that this is my mission." In this episode we hear 2020 chemistry laureate Emmanuelle Charpentier speak about the drive you need as a researcher and what impact awards can have on a career. Her road to the Nobel Prize was a winding journey, and she recalls how science was her stability. Charpentier …
 
Tape record your thievery and abandon your go-kart class because we’re revving up for an automobile-heist episode: Baby Driver vs. Gone in 60 Seconds. Blake and Dave wanna know, “Who has the last name Driver anyway?”, “Is this a Fast and Furious origin tale?”, and “Does criming ever pay?” So gear up for one last job, just one last big one, then I’m…
 
Join Toby Mundy, director of the Baillie Gifford Prize and Caroline Elkins, author of the shortlisted book ‘Legacy of Violence’, for their discussion on how the British Empire used liberal rhetoric to justify repeated violence against its colonies.Listen in to Read Smart to hear all about how Caroline and a team of researchers uncovered this hidden…
 
Sunday Times bestselling author Candice Brathwaite reveals how she found her voice, why the UK was long overdue an inclusive book on motherhood and how - if you let it - social media can stifle your best work. Candice’s debut book I’m Not Your Baby Mother was described by the Observer as ‘an essential exploration of the realities of black motherhoo…
 
Nudges, sludges, and the connection between stubbornness and success. Join us for this encore presentation of our first episode of Nobel Prize Conversations, as host Adam Smith picks the brain of Richard Thaler, the 2017 laureate in Economic Sciences. Thaler's work has helped us to understand how people make choices in the real world and has also g…
 
In this episode of the Dispatch we get to hear from: Fredrik Janlind, Frölunda expert at the Gothenburg Post Kristoffer Martin, Goalie coach Frölunda HC Frederik Dichow Olaf Eller (yes, Lars dad), Assistant coach for the Danish National team. When you use quotes, refer to Eyes on the Prize and Patrik Bexell. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
 
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