Your Neighbor, DebbieKathy
After their boat is stolen, a family must reckon with their sense of trust in the marina community. Jay Venables investigates the theft, and finds a deeper level to the betrayal. The scoring in this piece is by Angela Kazmierczak.
Note: this piece contains profanity.
Nicholas Reynolds' book, Need To Know
Historian and former CIA officer Nicholas Reynolds, the New York Times bestselling author of Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy, uncovers the definitive history of American intelligence during World War II, illuminating its key role in securing victory.
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Accenture's podcast, Built for Change
Through compelling conversations with industry thought leaders, Built for Change dismantles shop-worn assumptions of how to meet customer needs; links a new model of employee well-being to company success; demonstrates how technology and sustainability can be part of a business’s twin transformation—and more.
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The United Nations' podcast, No Denying It
No Denying It is the UN climate action podcast, bringing you the voices of young climate changemakers from across our warming planet. These activists, engineers, and entrepreneurs show us how we can make big changes—in our homes, our jobs, where we vote and pray, and with our family and friends. Because we all have to start somewhere. The important thing is to get started.
Jon Wagner is in a house full of stuff. It’s not Jon’s house, and it's not Jon's stuff. But he’s responsible for every single object there, and in the next two weeks, he must find a new home for all of it. Take a walk through the house in this audio/visual piece, and in the process, figure out how to let things go.
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