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Investigating the best bits of nature Bill Oddie never talked about. Each episode also pits a host against a new species of animal to decide how many they could take in a fight. The show for nature lovers who recognise that failing to plan is planning to fail! So have a think: if it was you vs geese - how many geese? Twitter @JackBaddams, @RoddyShaw email: howmanygeesepod@gmail.com
 
This is a podcast designed to foster conversation and deeper reflection on vocation. We interview current students and alumni from PLU from various disciplines, asking big questions, and really fleshing out what vocation looks like in the everyday. The name is a reference to Mary Oliver’s poem, Wild Geese. Discovering vocation is not about being perfect or good, but about listening. It requires authenticity, self-awareness and awareness of the world around us. Hosted by Becca McInally, a stu ...
 
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We're back for a special Festival of Nature bumper edition of 'How many geese?' - delving into Nature's own festivals to find her mad mass gatherings. Then we turn our attentions to your important questions on animal sexiness, size & bank heist capabilities. Plus, the humble pangolin takes one more step to extinction as this week's nomination to an…
 
On this special episode, you’ll get to hear the voices of our Wild Hope Fellows, who have spent the year exploring different perspectives on vocation and what it means for their own lives. Though their answers to my questions varied widely, they all touched on issues related to promoting human flourishing and making the word a more just place. The …
 
In this episode, I speak with Andrew Larsen ('15) and Rahel Ambachew ('22) about peacebuilding, justice work, and vocational discernment. They share their thoughts on the meaning of peace as well as some practical tools for peacebuilding in everyday life. During his time at PLU, Andrew majored in Religion and Anthropology and minored in Political S…
 
In this episode, I talk with Jonathan Jackson ('12) and Sophia Barro ('22) about their passion for education and advocating for students. They share some of their own stories and how their experiences have shaped their callings and their values. During his time at PLU, Jonathan was an Act Six Scholar, which is a leadership development and scholarsh…
 
Today's episode enters the mythical, blurrily photographed world of big cats on the loose in the UK. Are they out there and just who is taking up the mantle of tracking them down? Plus - the Aardvark is inducted into animal fight club and what's the biggest animal you could tape to a lamp post?저자 Jack Baddams & Roddy Shaw
 
"How many geese?" is aging before your very eyes/ears. In this first installment of our two-parter about old animals we dive into - what's the oldest thing you've ever eaten? Did Churchill really have a parrot that swore at Nazis? And, of course, how many asps could you take in a fight? Sound credit: florianreichelt - snarling snake…
 
In this episode, I talk with Chelsea Linsley ('10) and Juliana Andrew ('21) about their vocational motivations for pursuing law. We also discuss the importance of recognizing the theological underpinnings of U.S. policy, examining where this has been destructive and where spirituality has potential for fueling movements toward justice. They also sh…
 
"How many geese?" ventures into treacherous waters to discover how whales have been doing battle with boats for 200 years. Also, what is going on with America's fluorescent pink flying squirrels? And have your eyes opened to the beauty of the Smew only to work out how many you could take in a fight to the death... Sound credits: Smew - Jarek Matusi…
 
In this episode, Laree Winer and Rayna La-Fave Clark talk about what vocation means to them and the importance of mentorship in their lives. Laree is the associate director for the Wild Hope Center for Vocation, an alumnus of PLU, and she is currently enrolled in a graduate program in Spiritual Direction with St. Placid Priory in Olympia, Washingto…
 
Introducing Wild Geese, Work, and Wonder: a podcast designed to foster conversation and deeper reflection on vocation. We will be interviewing current students and alumni from Pacific Lutheran University from various disciplines, asking big enough questions, and really fleshing out what vocation looks like in the everyday. The name is a reference t…
 
"How many geese?" embarks on its maiden voyage into the world of nature by asking the really big questions. Like, what animal would you eat to take its superpowers? Is Japan really using robotic wolves to fight off bears? And just how many otters could you take in a fight? Sound credits: Water frogs - Reinsamba Quail - Dobroide Otters - Soundbytez …
 
In which I discuss in not as much detail as I'd like the Swedish pop queen Robyn's video for "Call Your Girlfriend" and whether some years later she can still claim the title of Best Video Eva. OR if I posit, the savage youth of Sigrid and her "Strangers" video has done the unthinkable and put Robyn the Unbeatable into 2nd place. (1000% directed to…
 
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