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Filling the Sink

catalannews

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Little by little the sink fills up… Filling the Sink is a podcast in English on all things Catalan. Every week the Catalan News team explores a different aspect of Catalonia, from news and politics, to society and culture. Whether you live in Catalonia and need some of the current issues explained, or you’re simply curious about what makes this place tick. Either way, Filling the Sink has got you covered. Don’t worry if you don’t know much about this corner of land nestled between the Pyrene ...
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Filling the Gap

Radio Pulpit

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Bridging the gap between young and old is what Filling the Gap on Radio Pulpit aims to do. It helps create a multi-generational society that glorifies God. The programme expertly addresses issues, such as drug abuse, peer pressure, young marriages and more.
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Filling The Gap

Malik Brookins

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To talk to the Young Men out in the world who may feel lost or broken or who need extra wisdom or guidance and to teach them how to become to Men of God and fill the gaps in their lives https://www.buzzsprout.com/2172642/supporters/new
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Welcome to Soul Filling, your healthy dose of classy ratchet & get your life. A podcast about becoming the best version of yourself. We break down the complexities of everyday life and give solutions to make life not only better, but abundant. We all deserve a life full of joy and fulfillment. We only have one life, let’s live it extraordinarily.
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"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." – As W. B. Yeats never said. Filling The Pail explores the wonderful and strange world of education, the good ideas and the bad, with host, Greg Ashman, and a range of education figures.
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Filling the Well is a podcast created to nourish, provoke, and inspire artists and arts leaders. Hear from creative changemakers as they share their takes on mental health, environmental conservation, cultural preservation, community well-being and much more. Filling the Well is a forum for dialogue, conversation, and learning. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Arts Midwest.
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Filling the Gaps

Ludhiana Dental Centre

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This podcast is presented to you by Dr. Bikramjit Singh Dhillon of Ludhiana Dental Centre. In this podcast, Dr. Dhillon emphasises the importance of regular oral checkups and other treatments done by the best Dentist in Ludhiana. Dr. Dhillon will also share the best advancements that enhance our trust in dental implant treatments effectively. Tune in to this podcast to know more. WEBSITE : https://ludhianadentalcentre.com/
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They say you can’t pour from an empty cup. This wellness podcast for women of color is designed to empower and inspire listeners to prioritize their physical, mental, and emotional health. Self care is not selfish, and Jonna knows first hand that you have to check yourself before you wreck yourself - and those around you. My purpose is to inspire women to fill their cups so that they can pour into the people and passions in their lives. We might spill a little tea along the way. And still be ...
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We all know the kitchen is where stuff happens. It’s there that we chew the fat, make life’s big decisions and, when no one’s watching, slurp straight from the tin. Join me, Anna Barnett, as I head into the kitchens of celebrity guests to swoon over the styling, discuss their career highs and lows, and get stuck in to some serious food chat.Each weekly episode ends with our guest showing us their strongest sandwich game - and very possibly the contents of their fridge!
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Riding roller coasters, baking sourdough bread, needlepointing — what do you do when there’s no work left to do? From the creator of the hit Netflix series Love comes a feel-good audio series about finding pure, simple joy in hobbies that fill the void. Discover your hidden hobby alongside Lesley Arfin, as she interviews her guests about the things that make them happy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Filling the Gapp is a podcast about the important topics in South Africa that goes beyond the usual discussions of government simply in terms of corruption and incompetence. Of course, they are. But we aim to go deeper than that. What are the deeper underlying reasons informing South Africa's ruling ANC? How does the historical background of the ANC elders inform their strange decisions to ban the sources of sin tax, cigarettes and alcohol? How did the good intentions of anti-Apartheid activ ...
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Every year in Catalonia, the LGBTI+ community celebrates Pride, an almost month-long celebration of events, talks, demonstrations, and more, culminating in the big Pride demonstration or Parade in Barcelona, on Saturday, July 20th. Barcelona Pride Month is not only a celebration of the freedom to be yourself but also a moment when the community rem…
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In the third installment of our series on the 2023 RNL Trend Report, once again, we peel back layers of data to offer actionable insights on what motivates students to opt in to receive emails, text messages, and telephone calls. From their unique vantage points, Dr. Raquel Bermejo, Associate Vice President of Market Research and Planning for RNL a…
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Rev Pearl Kupe specialises in Kingdom Legislation, informing churches of our Godly responsibility and parents of our Legal Rights. Dwain and Rev discuss what is happening post voting. How did what happened at the voting station change our countries political landscape. What we can look forward to and what we are preparing for in 2029. Filling the G…
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On July 12th, 1984, the first baby was born through assisted reproduction in Barcelona and all of Spain, but the path to motherhood is not always as linear and easy as it is portrayed. Fertility treatment is becoming more and more common throughout the world, and in Spain, one in every ten children in the Spanish state is born thanks to this techno…
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Forty years ago, on July 12th, 1984, the first baby was born through assisted reproduction in Barcelona and in all of Spain. At the time, the news of a couple seeking help to conceive at the Barcelona Dexeus private hospital made headlines everywhere. But a lot has happened since then: in 2006, assisted reproduction became available for free throug…
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For more than 200 years, Catalans have celebrated the sky-reaching tradition of castells, literally castles in Catalan, when groups of people gather to climb on top of each other to build the highest castle. Although the tradition suffered waves of decline up to the point of disappearance, it experienced a renaissance in the 1980s, and in 2010 UNES…
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This year marks the 74th edition of the world’s largest motor racing event, the Formula One World Championship. Since 1991, the Spanish Grand Prix has been held at the Barcelona-Catalunya circuit in Montmeló, half an hour north of the Catalan capital. However, this year could be one of the last times the Spanish race is held in Catalonia, as Madrid…
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Barcelona’s haute cuisine restaurant ‘Disfrutar’ has been named the World’s Best Restaurant in the 22nd edition of the prestigious ranking “The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.” With this accolade, head chefs and creators Mateu Casañas, Oriol Castro, and Eduard Xatruch have added another star to the Catalan culinary constellation, joining the ranks of …
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For the past four days, EU citizens have been casting their ballots in the European Parliament elections. In Catalonia and the rest of Spain, Sunday, June 9th was the big day. Gerard Escaich Folch joins Lea Beliaeva Bander the morning after for a Filling the Sink post-election special to break down the results in Europe, Spain, and Catalonia. Milli…
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On May 30th, under sun, thunder, and lightning, Primavera Sound, the biggest festival in Spain descended on Barcelona’s Parc del Fòrum for the 22nd time, kicking off this year’s summer festival season in Catalonia. With a solid mix of Catalan summer hits, rock bangers, catchy pop tunes, and international names such as Lana Del Rey, Pulp, Deftones, …
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Since 1980, at the end of May, the western Catalan city of Lleida becomes the snail center of Catalonia, where hundreds of people get together to celebrate the annual Catalan Snail Gathering, or l’Aplec del cargol in Catalan. Fans of the tiny molluscs unite for a weekend of gastronomy, but also of competitions, concerts, and the Catalan human tower…
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Finding affordable housing has long been a problem in Catalonia and Spain, and in March, the Spanish government introduced a reference index for rent prices to keep them from rising. But the new rent cap created loopholes and had the opposite effect of increasing prices on short-term leases, while long-term housing became even harder to find. In re…
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Rev Pearl Kupe specialises in Kingdom Legislation, informing churches of our Godly responsibility and parents of our Legal Rights. Dwain and Rev discuss the upcoming elections: How to Vote! We need to go make our mark, it makes a difference. Filling the Gapبقلم Dwain van Rensburg
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In this episode, we explore the busy summer travel season and the opportunity it presents for visitor services teams. Preparing for these crowds can be key, especially if your institution is located in a high-interest city, like Boston. In 2023, 22% of students visited campuses in a stealth, unannounced visit (Source: Niche). Amber Fitzgerald, dire…
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The Catalan snap election is over, and the voters gave the Catalan Socialist Party, PSC, a whopping 28% of the vote, which translates into 42 seats. But falling short of an absolute majority of 68 seats, the results mean that the Socialists now have to find new alliances to form a government. This episode of Filling the Sink was recorded bright and…
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On May 11, we celebrate the 120th anniversary of the birth of the legendary Catalan artist Salvador Dalí, whose influence on the art world continues to captivate audiences worldwide. The surrealist painter was born in the northern Catalan town of Figueres, but spent most of his life in the picturesque coastal towns of Cadaques and Port Lligat, from…
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The Catalan election season is in full swing – once again. On March 18th, Catalan President Pere Aragonès announced that he was dissolving the Catalan parliament and calling for a snap election on May 12th. The news came after the government failed to secure a majority to pass the 2024 budget. Calling for early elections in Catalonia is nothing new…
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Rev Pearl Kupe specialises in Kingdom Legislation, informing churches of our Godly responsibility and parents of our Legal Rights. Inform yourself, be aware of your rights and hold your leaders accountable. All for a better South Africa! Filling the Gapبقلم Dwain van Rensburg
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Sant Jordi or Saint George is the patron saint of Catalonia, and April 23 is the day when Catalans celebrate love, roses, romance, and also books. This week's episode is recorded from the bookshop Backstory in the heart of Barcelona. We explain what makes this day special and why people give each other roses and books. We learn about the legend of …
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As the weather gets warmer, more and more people will want to go to the beach. But lately, some of the beaches in Catalonia have looked quite different. In some places, the beaches look like they have been swallowed by the sea. The reason for this is the recent storm Nelson, which hit the Catalan coast during this past Easter. Nelson caused an unpr…
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Residence life, mental health, and wellness play a significant role in enrollment marketing and student college search today. In this episode of Filling Seats, StudentBridge CEO Jonathan Clues interviews ed tech innovators Luke Warren and Richard Nichols of Kinetic Software, a leader in student housing and accommodations. The trio compare notes on …
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Barcelona’s take on fashion week is the bi-annual event 080 Barcelona Fashion, which this season runs from April 9 to April 12. The event has been held at the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site since 2013, and during the 33rd edition celebrated this week, a mix of 24 emerging designers and established brands presented their idea of what should be in vogue i…
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The number of indoor climbing gyms in Catalonia has multiplied by four in just ten years, making climbing a lifestyle phenomenon and another way of connecting with people. At the same time, the mountainous landscapes of Catalonia have become some of the most visited destinations for outdoor climbing. In this episode, Oriol Escudé Macià joins Lea Be…
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Rev Pearl Kupe specialises in Kingdom Legislation, informing churches of our Godly responsibility and parents of our Legal Rights. Dwain and Rev discuss the way we are being impacted as Christians by our country's laws. How the landscape is changing and that we as Christians are actually under attack. We need to know where we stand. Inform yourself…
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Howdy Howdy, y'all we are back here from the past coming for your ears with another sweet sweet episode. These DMs here are ready to help you actually play DnD! So pick up your pen or open your webpage and get to writing a fabulous session for your players! Now that's an order. Thank you again for listening and rating us we greatly appreciate you. …
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This year marks the 120th anniversary of the opening of the notorious La Model prison, located in the Eixample district of Barcelona. The facility closed in 2017 and has since become a site for Catalan historic memory, open to the public. Behind its high beige walls lies the history of a prison that sought to be exemplary, but during the Franco dic…
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In January 2024, the Catalan government joined other European countries in the fight to regulate the use of mobile phones by young children. A new set of regulations restricting the use of mobile phones in Catalan primary or secondary schools starting from the 2024/2025 academic year saw the light of day. But the idea behind the regulations didn’t …
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Feeding students’ appetite for omni-channel doesn’t have to be ‘oh my’. RNL’s Raquel Bermejo and StudentBridge CEO Jonathan Clues give a crash course on the multiple sources students use in their college search. Plus, implementing an omni-channel strategy is like composing a symphony, so higher ed marketing maestro Jose Mallabo also stops by to sha…
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Society of the Snow and Robot Dreams miss out on coveted Academy Awards, but plenty of fun is had along the way. In Los Angeles, Natàlia Segura catches up with the nominees – Barcelona filmmaker JA Bayona, director of Society of the Snow, Montse Ribé and David Martí, nominated in the Best Makeup and Hairstyling category for their work on the same f…
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RNL’s Raquel Bermejo discusses the growth of video as an essential part of an admissions strategy with StudentBridge CEO Jonathan Clues. You’ll hear: Demand for virtual experiences and personalization Key Findings from the 2023 E-Expectations Trend Report How video and personalization drive enrollment and conversion Best practices for creating auth…
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March 8 is International Women's Day. To mark the occasion, Filling the Sink pays homage to ten women who changed Catalonia. Writer Caterina Albert (aka Victor Català), educator Francesca Bonnemaison, anarcho-syndicalist Teresa Claramunt, trans activist Silvia Reyes, flamenco dancer Carmen Amaya, operatic soprano Montserrat Caballé, singer and song…
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Wakey wakey listeners its time for eggs and bakey and some FITG-ey. The boys here brewed some delicious inspiration for y'all games this week's episode. We hope you can continue helping you actually play TTRPG and let us know what you think! Join us on discord and follow us on Social Media. Theme: Fulfilling A Dying Wish- Saltlock Scenario: Black M…
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The world's biggest mobile technology fair is taking place in Barcelona once again, but Mobile World Congress goes way beyond phones. MWC 2024 showcases all kinds of emerging technology from tech giants such as Samsung, Google, Huawei and Microsoft, with artificial intelligence the buzzword on everyone's lips. Lorcan Doherty chats AI with Mobileum …
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All across Europe, farmers are protesting, stopping traffic with their tractors to sound the alarm on what many feel is the slow death of the agricultural sector. On February 6, Catalan farmers drove their tractors out of the fields, draped them with slogans such as “La nostra fi, la vostra fam”, or “Our end, your hunger” and marched slowly but det…
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