Prog nyilvános
[search 0]
Több

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Storytelling, insight and compelling perspective on American culture and politics. Glenn Beck's quick wit, candid opinions and engaging personality have made this one of the most popular radio programs in America. Watch The Glenn Beck Radio Program, Monday through Friday, 9am - 12pm ET on BlazeTV. www.BlazeTV.com/Glenn
 
The Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs Podcast (aka ADSP: The Podcast) is an informal podcast inspired by Magic Read Along. We plan to talk about whatever we feel like - algorithms, data structures, programming languages, latest news in tech and more. Feel free to follow us on Twitter at @adspthepodcast.
 
2DEVS é um podcast sobre programação, arquitetura, software e tudo o que é relacionado à carreira de engenheiro de software. Falamos muito sobre experiências próprias e conversamos com muita gente boa da área sobre os problemas, soluções, perrengues e tudo que envolve o mundo da programação http://2devs.simplecast.fm
 
Saade on eetris esmaspäeval kell 22 Saade Programm on Raadio 2 iganädalane annus hiphopmuusikat. Saatejuhid Quest ja Paul Oja mängivad ette teie lemmikhitid, tuletavad meelde kust kõik alguse sai ja tutvustavad lugusid, mida te ilmselt kunagi kuulnud pole. Saade on eetris esmaspäeval kell 22 E-mail: programm@err.ee
 
Le podcast d'actualité de la rédaction de Binge Audio présenté par Thomas Rozec. Enquêtes, reportages et récits toutes les semaines. Programme B est un podcast de Binge Audio. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
 
Die programmier.bar lädt regelmäßig spannende Gäste aus der Welt der App- und Webentwicklung zum Gespräch ein. Es geht um neue Technologien, unsere liebsten Tools und unsere Erfahrungen aus dem Entwickler-Alltag mit all seinen Problemen und Lösungswegen. Euer Input ist uns wichtig! Schreibt uns eure Themenwünsche und Feedback per Mail an podcast@programmier.bar oder auf Twitter (@programmierbar), Instagram (@programmier.bar) oder Facebook (facebook.com/programmier.bar). Wir sind Full-Stack-S ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
This week's Prog-Watch is another edition of our Explorations series, this one looking at Eclectic Prog! In this program we'll explore the Eclectic sub-genre through great music from King Crimson, SBB, Steve Hackett, Beardfish, Gentle Giant, A.C.T, The Tangent, Van der Graaf Generator, Utopia, Birds and Buildings, and Motorpsycho!…
 
A new player has joined the supermarket sector. Teddy is a grocery delivery app which says it can get groceries to your door in under 30 minutes. Reporter Jonty Dine and camera operator Marika Khabazi have the story. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6316336770112…
 
Arguably some of us waste a fair bit of our working life dreaming of this - working less while still picking up the same pay cheque. Results of a new study suggest a four day working week rather than the traditional five is a win for businesses and their employees. More than 30 companies took part in a six month trial where staff got an extra day o…
 
You could say they're birds of a feather - both skilled pipe tuners. The difference is one's a plumber, the other a cockatoo called Charlie. The pair's attracted some attention on social media. Andrew Batchelor the plumber with his feathered apprentice literally at his shoulder or perched on the tradie van as he works. Andrew and Charlie have downe…
 
The parents of a four-month-old baby urgently needing a heart operation are refusing to allow blood from the blood bank to be used in their son's surgery because they believe its contaminated with Covid 19 vaccine. The Health Agency Te Whatu Ora is asking that the baby be placed under the guardianship of the court, and then for the court to appoint…
 
For the first time ever, a Finnish Prime Minister has visited New Zealand's shores. Sanna Marin met with Jacinda Ardern at Government House in Auckland this morning, to discuss trade, climate change, and the war in Ukraine. Our political reporter Giles Dexter and camera operator Marika Khabazi have more.…
 
"A huge concrete thing" better put at the airport is how Auckland's mayor sums up the Erebus memorial planned for a Parnell park. "Mean spirited" is how iwi Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei decribes the people stopping it going ahead. Either way, this week marks 43 years since the disaster and there's still no national memorial for the 257 people who died when …
 
The impressive skills of the players are being matched by some equally crafty tactics from fans looking for ways around the booze ban at the Football World Cup in Qatar. But while some are trying their best to sneak in a drink or two - others are still managing to have a great time inside the alcohol free stadiums in Qatar. Here with more is sports…
 
A hut has mysteriously burned down in Te Urewera, despite a court injunction preventing further hut destruction. Te Uru Taumatua, the operating arm of iwi Ngāi Tūhoe was actively dismantling huts until the High Court told it to stop. But just weeks later, one of the huts has burned to the ground. Our reporter Tom Kitchin has more.…
 
A lawyer says a sick baby whose parents want him to only be treated with blood from unvaccinated people is getting sicker with every heartbeat. Te Whatu Ora Health NZ has gone to court to ask for guardianship of the four month old baby - so doctors can treat him. But his parents are adamant they don't want that to happen if it involves blood from a…
 
Today on The Panel Wallace and panellists Janet Wilson and Johny O'Donnell discuss a High Court case between Te Whatu Ora and the parents of a sick baby, who don't want him to received blood donated by someone who has received a covid vaccine. Plus, they discuss the Finnish Prime Minister's visit to NZ and a run-down dairy at the centre of a commun…
 
TikTok is China's digital version of fentanyl. This is a warning from a member of the Federal Communications Commission in the US who wants it banned in America. The video sharing app has been downloaded more than 3 billion times, making it bigger than Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat and almost every other social media app. Shalini Kantayya …
 
Today's Bookmarks is with Dominican Friar Peter Murnane. Murnane has been a Dominican priest for over 60 years, but has repeatedly stood out from the pack for his willingness to stand against injustice. Now he's doing that once again with his new book 'Clerical Errors', which criticises clericalism and argues Clerical privilege makes child sex abus…
 
The NZ Firefighters Calendar has been heating up Kiwi walls since 1990 and over the years has raised over $800,000 for the Child Cancer Foundation. The calendar still exists, but recent editions have swapped out sexy for adorable. Columnist Verity Johnson lamented the loss in a recent opinion piece and received a hoard of support. She joins Jesse t…
 
Last week, Suraya Goss graduated from Massey University with a BA in matauranga Maori or Maori knowledge. Across the three-year degree she made the choice to submit every assignment and exam in te reo. Massey University have called it a historic milestone. Suraya talks to Jesse about why she made the decision and what's next.…
 
Being awarded your high school's Dux student is an astonishing feat, but one Hawke's Bay teen has truly broken the mould. 15-year-old Tapas Kant took out the top academic award at Havelock North High School. This isn't the first time he's done the impossible, in fact he passed NCEA Level One maths when he was still at intermediate. Tapas joins Jess…
 
Countries throughout the Pacific are in Vietnam discussing the future of the world's largest tuna fishery this week. The 26 members range from small island climate vulnerable states, such as Tuvalu and Kiribati; to the superpowers China and the United States, their vessels traverse huge spans of ocean to get to the fishing grounds. RNZ Pacific's Ko…
 
A petition to lower the age for bowel cancer screening to 45 years old is being handed over to parliament this lunchhour. The national screening programme is free for people aged 60 to 74 years old. Earlier this year it was announced the screening age for Māori and Pacific people would be lowered from 60 to 50, starting with trials in Waikato and T…
 
The international rules based order and human rights issues were top of the agenda in a bilateral meeting between Finland's prime minister Sanna Marin and our head of government, Jacinda Ardern in Auckland this morning. Finland is in the process of joining Nato and shares a border with Russia stretching from the Baltic Sea into the Arctic Circle. M…
 
A 42-year-old woman has appeared in the Manukau District Court after being extradited from South Korea in connection to the discovery of two dead children in suitcases in South Auckland. She arrived in the country yesterday, and was held in Police custody overnight. RNZ reporter Gill Bonnett spoke to Māni Dunlop from the Manukau District Court wher…
 
A full hearing is expected next week regarding the rights of a baby's parents to refuse health treatment. The baby urgently needs heart surgery, but the parents are insisting that any blood he might need must come from an unvaccinated person. Te Whatu Ora is seeking the High Court's intervention in the issue so the baby will get the operation. RNZ'…
 
Science commentator Laurie Winkless joins Kathryn with three quirky recent studies: procrastinating before bedtime might be bad for you, the tiny jelly-fish relative that jets through water and physicists have designed a 'splash-free' urinal. Laurie Winkless is a physicist and science writer.
 
It's Te Papa's most successful exhibition ever - so popular in fact, it's been extended twice and will be on display until at least 2025. Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War opened on April 18, 2015, to mark one hundred years since the Anzacs' campaign and more than 3.5 million people have now seen it - many of them repeat visitors. Kathryn is joined b…
 
Le Sénégal s'est qualifié pour les huitièmes de finale du Mondial-2022 en battant l'Equateur 2 à 1 lors de la troisième et dernière journée du groupe A. Le Sénégal, champion d'Afrique en titre qui devait absolument gagner pour se qualifier, s'est imposé grâce à un penalty d'Ismaïla Sarr juste avant la mi-temps, puis par Kalidou Koulibaly. Le Sénéga…
 
Berlin fait un pas de plus pour assurer sa sécurité énergétique, alors que l'Europe est en plein bras de fer avec la Russie sur ses hydrocarbures, sur fond de guerre en Ukraine. A partir de 2026, Doha fournira à Berlin "jusqu'à 2 millions de tonnes de GNL par an".FRANCE 24 által
 
RNZ journalist Tim Brown joins Kathryn to talk about the controversy surrounding Gore's new Mayor Ben Bell and the attempt by seven councillors to oust his choice of deputy, Queenstown's vulnerable migrants are being squeezed more than ever by rental prices and the mystery of the missing albatross eggs is still unsolved, three weeks later.…
 
Michael Lipman was concussed 30 times, during his career as a professional rugby player, and has been diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and early onset dementia. He talks to Kathryn about writing his book detailing how his traumatic brain injuries have impacted his lives and making the case for urgent changes to concussion proto…
 
Australia correspondent Bernard Keane joins Kathryn to talk about how the Government's industrial relations reforms look set to pass, and how they'll be a big win for workers and higher wages. He also talks about the National Party opposition to the Indigenous Voice for Parliament and the election result in Victoria confirms the Liberal Party.…
 
Lizzie Bayliss is an Auckland teacher on a mission to inspire others in the classroom who may be wading through exhaustion and red tape. She's founded a journal - called everyday, containing articles from practitioners across the sector and designed to be dipped in and out of to help teachers who want to grow and develop their skills in the classro…
 
Loading …

Gyors referencia kézikönyv

Google login Twitter login Classic login