National Podcasts

Class Act show

Class ActJoin Now to Follow

The leaky homes debacle has caused untold misery and stress for literally thousands of New Zealand homeowners. Class Act tells the story of one of the biggest class action lawsuits in New Zealand legal history brought by ordinary Kiwis alleging that a building product manufacturer’s products are defective, substandard and have ruined their lives.

By Class Act

In Search of Black Power show

In Search of Black PowerJoin Now to Follow

In Search of Black Power challenges conventional narratives around Black policy, Black movements, and Black Life. Blending art, storytelling, and policy analysis, and dialogue. We give a substantive yet accessible look at the critical issues impacting the Black community. Using the unique perspective of Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, with its experience building independent black institutions and advancing a political philosophy stemming from Pan Afrikan Liberation Struggle and the Black radical tradition, we focus on creating a new language to discusses the issues presenting Black America, with a focus on independent institutional building and seeing Black folks as the solutions to their problems.

By New Timbuktu

Snaggin' Bottom Podcast show

Snaggin' Bottom PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Podcast by everyday anglers, for everyday anglers. Tips, reports, tales and techniques. Whether you're setting the hook on a monster or you're just snaggin' bottom, that short instance brings a joy to anglers that will last a lifetime.

By Gary Bunnell

Talking Feds show

Talking FedsJoin Now to Follow

A podcast about initiatives in the Canadian federal public service.

By Todd Lyons

Thank You For Your Service show

Thank You For Your ServiceJoin Now to Follow

From the University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts, TYFYS is an educational exploration of the dynamics of American civil-military affairs, covering topics like politicization of the military, defense policy in the news, and the importance of staying informed in a democracy.

By UC3P

Demystifying Organizations show

Demystifying OrganizationsJoin Now to Follow

This management podcast tackles the big questions about leading organizations from some of the greatest thinkers of our time. Jeff Schatten PhD, a business professor at Washington and Lee University and in partnership with McGraw Hill Education, has conversations with top intellectuals, influencers and business executives about challenging topics that are essential to successful 21st century organizations-- insights you never knew you wanted to know.

By Jeff Schatten

#tldrAF show

#tldrAFJoin Now to Follow

Taking Air Force policies and instructions and condensing it down into usable chunks.

By 548isr.com

Clause 8 show

Clause 8Join Now to Follow

Eli started Clause 8 because he loves talking about intellectual property issues, finding out people's stories, and asking questions. Eli hopes to share his conversations with the most interesting people in the intellectual property and patent community through Clause 8.

By Eli Mazour

Not Republican or Democrat: Politics for the rest of us show

Not Republican or Democrat: Politics for the rest of usJoin Now to Follow

Alex Merced, an independent, thoughtful and positive voice in today’s two party polarization comments and educates on the issues of the day. Learn more at AlexMerced.com

By Alex Merced Podcasting Network

Fear & Courage show

Fear & CourageJoin Now to Follow

The Fear and Courage Podcast tells the stories of military service members, law enforcement officers, and first responders. These experiences are intense and in many ways foreign to the majority of people. The show includes stories with intensity, unique experiences, personal impacts (positive and negative), and lives changed for the better or worse as a result of a career of service. By telling the impactful stories of education, training, operations, traumas, victories, career paths, and family experiences that come from service, we hope to better understand the full impact of one person's choice to serve. I hope for the personal impact on those who serve to be a factor in the national conversation about military deployment thresholds and national and state law enforcement/first responder policy and regulation.

By Michael Gasser