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The Big Question Podcast

Capitalist Exploits

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Through the Big Question Podcast, the Capitalist Exploits team is joined by joined by other investors, thought-leaders and entrepreneurs to discuss global game-changing trends and burning investing topics that keep investors up at night. Receive future Big Question conversations right in your inbox: https://capitalistexploits.at/signup/
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Greg Fenves (President of Emory University) grabs a mic and some audio gear, and gathers a bunch of amazing guests to tackle the biggest questions facing our world today. Authors, researchers, influencers, and more—from across the Emory orbit—sit down for energetic and thought provoking conversations.
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We live and work in a world of interlocking systems, where many of the problems we face are dynamic, multifaceted, and inherently human. We believe that design thinking can help solve these problems… to provide answers, but big answers can only be found by asking big questions. Welcome to The Big Question: an IDEO podcast.
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'Will my bacon sandwich kill me?', 'Is vaping better than smoking?', 'How do you become an astronaut?' - just some of the Big Questions we ask some of the brightest minds behind Oxford science. Join us in each podcast as we explore a different area of science.
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As a bestselling author, speaker and one of the greatest interviewers of this generation, Cal Fussman has sat down with some of the world’s most influential individuals: Muhammad Ali, Mikhail Gorbachev, Serena Williams, Jeff Bezos, Jack Welch, John Wooden, Al Pacino and hundreds of others, digging deep into their hearts and delivering their wisdom to the rest of the world. Now, in Big Questions, Cal continues his journey. Uncovering the heart, head, and soul of his guests in thoughtful, deep ...
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Join a Father and Daughter duo as they take on big and challenging questions about God, the Bible, and all kinds of other things worth exploring and helpful for our Christian development. Our goal is to provide simple answers to tough questions from the perspective of a child conversing with dad but also with the occasional help from others who can help. Looking into Scripture, we will strive to provide ”little” answers to ”Big” questions. We hope this podcast is a blessing to you and your f ...
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Short Films, Big Questions

Ieuan Coombs, Will Liney

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In each episode, filmmakers Will Liney and Ieuan Coombs focus on finding answers to the big questions in short filmmaking. They do so by discussing filmmaking with inspirational film industry insiders, and dissecting the process themselves. They're all about giving their audience specific, actionable advice that they can take with them on their filmmaking journeys. You can find out more about them and the amazing guests they have on via their instagram page.
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(Feat, Andy's unsolicited advice.) What are the things that make life, relationships, business and the big picture work? Andy asks Sian, his wife, these big questions. And with a humorous, light-hearted touch, in 10-15 minutes they will discuss the things that really matter and find short answers to bring us all success and happiness. Sian is a much sought-after international executive coach, board member and keynote speaker who promotes living and working a values-based life to gain happine ...
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Big Questions

Frontier Economics

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Big Questions is a series of compelling conversations with leading experts at Frontier Economics who are working to address the most pressing topics of our time. This series seeks to unravel assumptions we have about sustainability, public policy, and energy - daring to ask the big questions society is facing.
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Big Questions From Small Minds

Big Questions from Small Minds

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Big Questions from Small Minds is a fun, weekly science podcast for curious kids and their grown-ups, where kids ask big-brained science professors curly questions about how the world works. The answers are broken down to be fun, engaging and often silly! Hosted by Tom Norton and Phil Wolf, who are two dads with little minds, so they’re perfect for the job. With loads of curiosity and laughs, the show makes big ideas accessible for little minds. For more information, visit smallminds.au
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Experts from the business of video games tackle the big questions facing the industry today. Kelly Wallick (Chairperson for IGF) and Seth Sivak (CEO of Proletariat) address the topics coming from the gaming industry. Each hour-long episode tries to answer new questions coming from the video game industry.
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This is an occasional podcast series in conjunction with Sarah Brown Wessling's weekly advice column for teachers, called Ask Sarah. This podcast series takes an in-depth examination of some of the most complex questions educators ask and face in partnership with Teacher2Teacher.
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This is Big Questions of Jewish Belief, the podcast where we face up to the challenges of religious faith. We all have questions about our faith. Questions about the truth of the Torah, the morality of its laws and what it teaches about having a relationship with God. So each week during this miniseries I’ll be inviting rigorous thinkers to challenge me with their questions on Belief. My name is Raphael Zarum - I’m the Dean of LSJS - the London School of Jewish Studies, where I hold the Rabb ...
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Can science fiction save the world? Author and filmmaker, Mikel J. Wisler, explores the themes and ideas presented in a wide range of sci-fi movies and books from various time periods. Convinced that sci-fi is the most naturally philosophical genre, Wisler invites everyone from die-hard fans to casual observers to dive into meaningful conversations about how sci-fi helps us think about our future, brings up challenging scenarios, and forces us to ask big questions. Support this podcast: http ...
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Do you have questions about who God is and what He is like? Why does God allow suffering? Who is Satan? What is death? What and where is hell? Join educator and missionary Allen Sonter as he gives Bible answers to these and many other big questions in life. Related to the topic there are meaningful songs after each episode encouraging you to get to know God better.
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Bill Gates and Rashida Jones Ask Big Questions pairs Bill Gates with actress and writer Rashida Jones to tackle some of the biggest questions facing us today: Is it too late to solve climate change? Does everybody lie? Is inequality inevitable? Join them for deep dives into these questions and even a few answers.
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Challenging listeners to think in "Orange" - while living in a grey world box full of fear and control . Promoting spiritual growth , travel , true identification, and personal development in spirituality/religion , society , and culture ! Shea has invited guests from all walks of life ( professionals , gurus , business owners , friends , and everyday people ) into the presence of her radiant warmth and happiness, youthfully energetic to have a conversation in ORANGE. Support this podcast: h ...
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The Big Questions with Copson and Docwra

Richard Docwra and Andrew Copson

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In this podcast, we have a chat about some of the big questions of life – from the meaning of life to how to be good – as we’re fascinated by them and want to help other people navigate them too.In each episode we discuss our views about a different big question, and we aim to do this largely from a non-religious perspective (because that’s where we both come from) but in an accessible and inclusive way. There’ll be big ideas, personal stories and occasional references to Star Trek – but don ...
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After messing my life up by making ignorant, naive and sometimes silly choices, I sat down and did what I call an 'introspective retrospective', took responsibility for the choices that I had made, developed The 7 Big Questions and began to take control of my life. A couple of years after implementing the answers I had created from the 7 Big Questions, I had turned my life around 180 degrees. I had a better, more loving and supportive relationship with my lady and myself, I had better contro ...
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Chessboxing? What? Do the competitors pound each other in the head as they move pieces on the chessboard? It’s actually a sport that is going to be on display at the Olympics in Paris this summer. It’s not an official Olympic event. Yet. But three hundred thousand people stream events and it’s only getting bigger and bigger. What does it mean for y…
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When you think of fossils, you probably imagine dinosaurs. But did you know that soft body parts, like the brain, can become fossils too? In this episode, forensic anthropologist Alexandra Morton-Hayward explores the science of brain fossilisation. Skeletons have been found in wells, Incan temples, salt mines and many other unusual locations, often…
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Continuing the theme of dealing with rejection, how can someone find a life partner? In a world full of noise - the key to it all is listening, leaning in and engaging in a way where you both feel safe. You need to put yourself in a position of vulnerability, where rejection is possible. Sian puts it this way, you are going to get one of three answ…
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Cal realizes that for the first time he is not feeling behind in technology because he has thrown himself into understanding AI. Conversations with experts on this podcast have made him feel more comfortable with what’s coming – even if we don’t know exactly what that is. This is the conversation that opened the door for him. It’s with Linus Eckens…
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Nobody wants to be rejected, but it is inevitable. From being picked last on the playground to losing out on a job, handling rejection is an essential skill to master. So, why do we all find it so challenging? Sian and Andy discuss how this skill has evolved, and the importance of having the confidence to find your voice. For more content, check ou…
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When Cal went on Ben’s podcast, the marketer confided to him that he was supposed to host a party that evening to bring people who didn’t know each other together. Ben is the curator of the Real Business Connection Network. So the meeting was important to him. The problem was, Ben had a case of gout that was sending stabbing pains through one of hi…
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Have you ever had a song stuck in your head that you just can't shake? A few bars or lyrics that just keep looping all day long? Well, we have delved into the science behind 'earworms' with Dr Jacob Kingsbury Downs from the Faculty of Music. A melodic mix of musical imagery, auditory neuroscience, memory and impressive compositions can leave a litt…
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After 35 years of marriage, Sian and Andy get asked the same question: How do they make their marriage successful? Sian discusses the importance of the relationship with yourself, and those in your life to find happiness. For more content, check out Sian's website sianjaquet.com, and her online course: Create The Life You Truly Love. www.sianjaquet…
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Cal talks with the co-founder and former CEO of Whole Foods about the journey he took from shirtless 22-year-old hippie hitchhiking in Austin on acid to creating and running the health food empire. And what a wild trip it’s been – as evidenced in his new book: The Whole Story, Adventures in Love, Life and Capitalism. Plenty of takeaways for all of …
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It’s easy to say don’t sweat the small stuff - but the reality can be a bit different. In Andy’s case, it’s losing it every time he finds a knife in the dishwasher. So the question is, is the small stuff actually, really important? And if so, why is it important? For more content, check out Sian's website sianjaquet.com, and her online course: Crea…
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Cal converses with the author of The Skill Code: How To Save Human Ability in an Age of Intelligent Machines, and learns how experts in their fields are increasingly relying on artificial intelligence instead of junior helpers for assistance. This threatens the bond between the experts and novices that has long allowed the novices to slowly become …
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Cinematographer Stuart Harris has shot over 4000 commercials, several feature films and loads of renowned Pink Floyd music videos with director Storm Thorgerson. Stuart now heads up the Directing Commercials course at the NFTS and co-heads its Cinematography course. He is an Honorary Full Member of the British Society of Cinematographers (only the …
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Are seals the fishermen's friends or foes? The UK is home 35% of the world’s grey seals and we know they like to get their flippers on many of the same fish as we do. So, how are seals impacting the fishing industry? In our latest podcast, Dr Claire Tanner from the Department of Biology explores the unseen conflict beneath the waves and the complex…
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What is happiness? It’s not often we stop to consider what our individual happiness really means. Sian and Andy discuss the importance of learning what makes us happy, and how to take responsibility to make that happen. For more content, check out Sian's website sianjaquet.com, and her online course: Create The Life You Truly Love. www.sianjaquet.c…
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Cal gets social media strategies from the Podcast Princess, who grew a team of unpaid interns into her own highly successful agency – YAP (Young and Profiting). Her advice gives Cal the awareness of how to turn a technological problem into an area of creativity that could ultimately be a financial gamechanger. Hala believes that life is 0 percent w…
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A lot of weight is put on the idea that someone else can make you happy - but is that possible? In part 2, Sian shares some of the building blocks to personal happiness and how beliefs affect how others perceive her happiness. For more content, check out Sian's website sianjaquet.com, and her online course: Create The Life You Truly Love. www.sianj…
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When Cal was young, he was educated as a journalist not to sell. He was taught to interview and write and stay on the editorial side of the wall that separated the two sides of publishing. The selling was to be done on the other side of the wall by the sales department. Cal lived by the rules and could never see himself as a salesman even as the in…
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House plants can be a cheerful pop of colour in your home. But do you find after the initial burst of life, your plants start to fade, looking sad and unhealthy? M Garrido Davies, from the Department of Biology, shares top tips for helping house plants to flourish, starting with learning more about the biology of how plants grow in their natural en…
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In this unintentional two-part episode, Andy asks Sian for three suggestions on how to make your partner happy. Is it all to do with cleaning? And is it even possible? Not the cleaning, the happy part. For more content, check out Sian's website sianjaquet.com, and her online course: Create The Life You Truly Love. www.sianjaquet.com…
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The world has never moved faster than it’s about to with the emergence of AI. What does this mean for all of us? So many businesses in the past didn’t jump into the future because they wanted to protect the present – and suffered for it. Many have gone out of business. Cal speaks with the author of Leaders Leap for advice on how we all should be th…
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In this episode, Sian and Andy reflect on why people feel the need to put pressure on themselves to achieve. "I must, I should" - is that a successful mantra? Is that pressure only really creating stress? Sian challenges this point of view, and a offers a new pathway to success. If you resonate with this, perhaps it is time to reconsider your belie…
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Cal learns about the creation of Esco’s World Famous Apple Cobbler Pie through a story that showcases how we can all get the most out of our errors. Esco’s backstory is a treasure trove of wisdom for any entrepreneur, and an inspiration for anyone with an impactful idea. Listen up, and you’ll soon be getting the most out of your own mistakes. And p…
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Grant is a writer and director with a passion for telling upbeat stories about disability and care. His award-winning shorts have screened at BAFTA, BFI and festivals worldwide. He’s directed LGBTQ+ series ‘Flatshare’, web series #Reality, award-winning short ‘Emigrant’ and his latest film ‘Ecstasy’ is a heartfelt adventure about a disabled father …
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Volcanoes are pretty amazing! But how do they work on other planets? Take Mars – it has the largest volcano in the solar system! But volcanologist Tamsin Mather reveals that the red planet is now considered geologically dead, with no volcanic activity for around 500 million years. How do we know how this volcano formed then? Well, space missions ha…
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In our second episode, we look at everyday stress. Can we meet the expectations other people put on us? Does a values-based life make it easier to cope? How do we become more resilient in an ever-changing world? How do we find peace? Spoiler alert: knowing your values helps. Learn more about values through Sian’s online course ‘Create the Life You …
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Episode 1 is here! Our first big question is about Values. Every decision you make, and every aspect of your life is led by your values. In this episode, we discuss what values are and how they can affect all parts of your life. Not sure what your values are? Register for Sian’s online course ‘Create the Life You Truly Love’ to learn what your valu…
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Cal talks with a man who has worked to bring the best out of Navy Seals, neurosurgeons, Los Angeles Dodgers, U.S. Women’s Soccer Team players and Cirque du Soleil acrobats. This conversation gave Cal insights on how to get the most out of himself going forward. Listen up, and it will bring the best out of you.…
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Jews have long been proud to call themselves the Chosen People. But isn’t that a little bit racist? Rabbi Zarum is joined by Jonathan and Sophia who bring their own experiences and knowledge to the journey of discovering what exactly ‘chosen’ means and what exactly we’ve been chosen for. For further study, Rafi’s book Questioning Belief is now avai…
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