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Just Thinking Out Loud, is a faith-based podcast that discusses various aspects of spiritual and personal growth. From ways to combat anxiety to parenting, Tashauna discusses the day-to-day challenges we all face and ways to overcome them. Subscribe, Rate & Share the Podcast Want to leave a message? https://anchor.fm/JusThinkingOutLoud/message
 
Thinking Out Loud is the podcast where there are no stupid questions. Every episode, Konnie Huq and her best mate Liz Owens pick a big topic, and share what they know (or what they think they know). Then, they invite a bona fide expert into the studio, to correct mistakes, answer questions, and teach us all some interesting facts. Think of it like a cross between your favourite class at school and a really interesting chat down the pub!
 
Welcome to In Depth Out Loud, a selection of long form stories written by academic experts for The Conversation UK. Each episode brings you the audio version of a different story across a wide range of subjects, from science, to politics, health, culture and business. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
If you are fascinated with all things true crime but want to hear the facts of the case without trying to be persuaded, this is the podcast for you. Each week B and Jen will present a case to you with the known facts and you get to decide what you think happened. They present each case with the dignity and respect owed to the victims and their families. With insight to law enforcement, real life experience, in-depth research, and a passion for the truth, you will hear true crime OUT LOUD.
 
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Warning: This episode contains mentions of murder, gore, and forms of abuse. Listen at your will. in this episode I talk about the notorious serial killer, Ed Gein, otherwise known as The Butcher of Plainfield. websites used for research for this episode: https://www.biography.com/crime-figure/ed-gein https://www.britannica.com/biography/Ed-Gein ht…
 
Me and Pedro (@pedjia_) have a heartfelt conversation about his entire streaming career, we talk his play style, switching from controller to mouse and keyboard and dealing with gaming communities, his connections with internet companions, people who don’t believe in the passion, being a content creator over a streamer, and the pain pedro feels beh…
 
It was a dream told to him by his mother, then it came true. His friends were dying all around him, bodies were all over the floor and he was covered in blood. Luiz Ruiz was experiencing one of the deadliest terrorist attacks on American soil at the time. Kevin and Kyle talk to Luis about his amazing story of surviving a terrorist attack, an HIV di…
 
The next two weeks are going to be tremendously powerful, because we are carving out time to discuss a topic that i'm sure has been on the minds of many African Americans for a long time now, and that is reparations. Reparations is and has always been a hot topic in the Black Community, and we have two very important people to unpack this weighty t…
 
The intersection of technology and entertainment has had a fundamental impact on the evolution of TV, transforming the way audiences consume content and how media companies compete for consumers' time and attention. Host Vicki Lins sits down with guest Jon Gigengack to discuss Hub Entertainment Research findings on consumer awareness, understanding…
 
The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation has created an online Umatilla language dictionary. Modesta Minthorn is the director of education for the confederated tribes and Thomas Morning Owl is the General Council interpreter. They join us to reflect on the importance of the online dictionary and how it can be used to support the l…
 
The pandemic has taken away a key element for performing artists — a live audience. Many artists and performers have moved their shows online since the start of the pandemic. Now, some are starting to think about what returning to in-person shows will be like. We talk with comedian and owner of The Siren Theater and Bad Reputation Productions, Shel…
 
Oregon lawmakers are considering a bill to create an Oregon Wildlife Council. The eight-member council would be appointed by the governor with the stated purpose of developing a “comprehensive media-based program to promote and educate the public on the roles of hunting and fishing in wildlife conservation.” The council would not include anyone fro…
 
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A mentorship program at Albany’s Memorial Middle School aims to provide a safe space for Black students to gather and get community support. We hear from Quincy Casey and Christopher Hughbanks, co-facilitators of the program, on why the program is important and what students can learn.Di Oregon Public Broadcasting
 
This week, Oregon Governor Kate Brown said most COVID-19 restrictions in the state will be lifted when 70% of eligible Oregonians have had at least one vaccine shot. Just two days later, the CDC put out new guidance saying that people who are vaccinated against the virus can stop wearing masks in most places. But are tired and traumatized Oregonian…
 
Fifteen-year-old Mariana Robins is still dealing with symptoms from a COVID-19 infection that dates back to September of 2020. At first, she says, it was just a runny nose, mild fever and fatigue. But sometime in October, she started passing out for no discernable reason. She experienced dizziness, intense pain all over her body and memory loss. Sh…
 
When Brian Grant retired from the NBA, he sunk into a deep depression. The life that he had fought so hard for seemed to evaporate, and his marriage started to crumble. Also, he noticed a strange twitch in his hand. Eventually Grant was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson’s disease. He tells the story of his life and struggles in his new memoir, “…
 
In 1985 there were three members of the Eastburn family who were murdered in their home in Fayetteville, North Carolina. There was a conviction but it was overturned. Then a new trial with a not guilty verdict. Then forensics catches up to the killer. Did the police get it right the first time and if so, this man was already found not guilty. Did t…
 
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Ridership on TriMet buses and trains significantly decreased in mid-March of 2020. And that hasn’t changed much, due to public health restrictions and an overall drop in demand. But that could be changing as more people get vaccinated. We’ll hear what the last year has been like for the agency and what the future might hold from JC Vannatta, execut…
 
Coos County has moved to the “moderate risk” level for COVID-19, a downward shift from high, giving businesses there more freedom to open up. The county moved into high in April after remaining in the extreme risk category longer than any other county in the state.Di Oregon Public Broadcasting
 
A conservative slate of candidates for the Bend-La Pine school board have gotten national media coverage, but have avoided local candidate forums. Jackson Hogan, education reporter for The Bulletin, tells us about how the non-partisan race has gotten so political.Di Oregon Public Broadcasting
 
The FDA has just approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for adolescents 12-15 years old. Research shows that the vaccine works as well in this age group as it does in those who are 16 and older. Nevertheless, some parents still have questions and aren’t sure about vaccinating their kids. Happy Valley pediatrician Ryan Hassan talks with his patients a…
 
In April, two men were killed along NE 82nd Ave. Last year, community members and traffic safety advocates requested that the same stretch of road have a lower speed limit. Hours before a planned online community rally demanding emergency safety improvements to 82nd Ave, the Oregon Department of Transportation announced its intention to seek a $10 …
 
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In her latest novel, Portland writer Karen Thompson Walker explores the terrifying possibility of a world altered by a highly contagious disease. The disease causes people to fall into a seemingly endless sleep. We’ll listen back to a conversation with Thompson Walker about her book, “The Dreamers.”Di Oregon Public Broadcasting
 
This episode of The Conversation’s In Depth Out Loud podcast features prominent academics, including a former IPCC chair, rounding on governments worldwide for using the concept of net zero emissions to “greenwash” their lack of commitment to solving global warming. You can read the text version of this in-depth article here. The audio version is r…
 
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How can Oregonians come together against racism toward Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders? That’s what a coalition of AAPI leaders wants to address following the increase in racism toward Asian Americans in the last year. Rise Against Hate Oregon is hosting a virtual event to talk about how Oregonians can stand against racism. We hear from organ…
 
Portland Trail Blazers fans will be able to see their team play in-person at the Moda Center on Friday for the first time since March of last year. The Blazers are the last team in the NBA to decide to allow spectators. Attendance will be limited to about 1,900 people, or 10% of the arena’s full capacity. We'll talk about it with Blazers president …
 
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