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Where Do You Thrive? Gretchen Rubin On Playing To Your Strengths & Building Better Habits

“One of the best ways to make yourself happy is to make other people happy. One of the best ways...

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Renaissance Festival Celtic Music #322

Enjoy a taste of Celtic music found at Renaissance Festivals in this week's show with Celtic music from Abby Green,...

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Interview with JJ Flizanes on the Law of Attraction, Body Image and the Power of Our Thoughts and Emotions

This week on "Rebel Hearts": Kristie talks with JJ Flizanes, Empowerment Strategist and host of "The Fit 2 Love"...

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Your Brain's Reins

ENCORE  You are your brain.  But what happens when your brain changes for the worse – either by physical injury or...

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Your Brain's Reins [rebroadcast]

You are your brain.  But what happens when your brain changes for the worse – either by physical injury or...

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Should doctors face jail when treatment goes wrong?

The death of a patient at a private London hospital after a delay in his treatment led to the imprisonment of David...

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US election and Brexit's article 50 court case – Politics Weekly podcast

Heather Stewart is joined by Jonathan Freedland, Hadley Freeman and Martin Kettle to discuss the US presidential...

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The rights of EU citizens in the UK – Brexit podcast

Jon Henley is joined by Lisa O’Carroll, Nicolas Hatton, Andrew Tingley and Jakub Krupa to discus the future rights of...

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False memories: from the lab to the courtroom - Science Weekly podcast

How much of our memory is fictitious? And how is this psychological research now being applied to the world of...

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Brexit at the supreme court and the Casey review – Politics Weekly podcast

Anushka Asthana hears from former attorney general Dominic Grieve on the supreme court Brexit hearings and from the...

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Deciphering Article 50 – Brexit means... podcast

Jon Henley is joined by Jolyon Maugham, Philip Syrpis, Jennifer Rankin and Owen Bowcott to discuss the legal...

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The mum who hunts paedophiles in her spare time

Libby Brooks investigates Scotland’s self-styled ‘paedophile hunters’ who use Facebook to track down adults intent on...

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Unlawful: the supreme court stuns Boris Johnson

Philippe Sands QC on the decision by the supreme court to rule against the government on the suspension of...

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Protecting domestic violence victims in lockdown

Kate, a call handler for a domestic violence charity, discusses the challenges of trying to deal with the rising...

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Why do Dubai's princesses keep trying to run away?

Ola Salem discusses the divorce case of Princess Haya, who fled to London. Why do royal women keep trying to escape...

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The never-ending prison sentences

A spate of deaths of people serving indeterminate prison sentences has led to calls for such sentences to be revoked....

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Are non-disclosure agreements out of control? – podcast

Zelda Perkins worked for Harvey Weinstein in her early 20s. She signed a non-disclosure agreement when she left his...

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Understanding the fight over trans rights — part 1

Stephen Whittle has been at the heart of trans activism for half a century. He discusses the legal and political...

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Understanding the fight over trans rights – part 2

Last month the equalities minister, Liz Truss, announced that some reforms to the Gender Recognition Act would go...

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The Taxman Of Macintyres Underworld: Brian Cockerill Part 2 | Shaun Attwood's True Crime Podcast 111

Brian Cockerill spent decades as a gangland tax-man with endless violent encounters.

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