Stanford Educators Corner Podcast: Live Life in Permanent Beta – Reid Hoffman

Serial entrepreneur and investor Reid Hoffman encourages individuals to become the entrepreneurs of their own lives. Hoffman shares the importance of taking intelligent risks, building thoughtful networks and continually adapting your skills to navigate a fulfilling career path.

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Freakonomics Podcast: The Dilbert Index?

Measuring workplace morale — and how to game the sick-day system.

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Rotoscopers: Episode 3: Rock-A-Doodle – Animation, It’s Music to My Ears!

 The Rotoscopers is a podcast for the animation addict. In episode 3, they discuss Chelsea’s personal favorite filmDon Bluth’s Rock-A-Doodle.

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WTF with Marc Maron Podcast: The Marc and Tom Show

Two big guns in the podcasting world. Marc Maron. Tom Scharpling. Just a couple of guys trying to figure things out, one podcast at a time.

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Tall Tales Podcast: Doorly and Nikki Jagerman

Them Jeans talks to Londons DJ Doorly, and Nikki Jagerman, a lovely young lady who works at Deckstar, a DJ management company, to chat about Usher, Handicapped Parking, and Ibiza!

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Salomon Freeski Tv Podcast : Sit Ski Backflip

Back in 2004, a flip on skis gone tragically wrong broke Josh Dueck’s back and left him as a T11 – full paraplegic. For the past 8 years one of his dreams has been to do a flip on snow again. On February 3, 2012, Josh became the first person to perform a backflip on snow in a Sit Ski

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5 Live Special Podcast: Spoony meets Sir Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson as you have never heard him before. DJ Spoony finds out how he really feels about Liverpool, the England job and Joe Hart. Plus, he explains why he doesn’t give the ‘hairdryer’ treatment anymore.

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XFM Breakfast Podcast: Danny Wallace meets Denzel Washington

Danny Wallace of the XFM breakfast show meets the Safe House star Denzel Washington in a swanky London hotel…

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Kera Think Podcast: Hunting for Alien Worlds

How many earth-like or at least habitable planets might be out there for us to discover? KERA talks with planet hunter and Harvard University Professor of Astronomy Dimitar Sasselov.

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Naked Scientists Podcast – ZAP! Lasers on trial…and Raspberry Pi

The latest Naked Scientists podcast concentrates on a new wave of lasers, with a new liquid crystal laser that can dial-up any wavelength of light you need, a laser-powered projector technology that turns any surface into a touch-screen, and a laser that fires salvoes of X-rays to make light work of unlocking the molecular fabric of matter.

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The Tuesday Club – He’s not in the Fiesta

Alan Davies is joined by Ian Stone and Tayo Popoola to digest the Arsenal Football Club losses against Milan and Sunderland, the forthcoming derby and Johan Djourou’s legs.

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BBC File On 4 Podcast: Diabetes

Despite pledges to tackle diabetes, why do 24,000 people die needlessly each year?

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Auteurcast Episode 077: Billy Wilder’s Mauvaise Graine

The latest Auteurcast discusses Billy Wilder‘s 1934 film, “Mauvaise Graine”.

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The History of Rome Podcast: Episode 170 – Attila Cometh…

In 440, the Huns turned their attentions to Europe and arrived in force on the borders of the Roman Empire. Attila, became one of the most feared military leaders and began to spread fear into the heart of Rome.   

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Cane and Rinse Podcast: Issue Twenty: Rayman Origins

The Cane and Rinse podcast was recently voted one of the top gaming podcasts by UK newspaper Metro.  In this Issue Leon, Tony, James Carter and Josh Garrity go to town on Michel Ancel’s lush platformer Rayman Origins, as well as taking a fairly comprehensive look at the Ubisoft franchise’s history.

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