The Way Podcast/Radio
The Way Podcast/Radio
Bill
www.PodcastTheWay.com The Way Podcast / Radio Show is about talking with the experts. On the show you can hear from hand-chosen individuals who are the best in their respective fields. Each week will involve interviewing a new professional about a new topic to keep the show diverse. FM 91.7 CT Wednesdays at noon / FM 90.3 RI Wednesdays at 1
80) Criminal Justice System
It has become beyond apparent that a “tough on crime” approach proves more detrimental than beneficial to society. To further explore this, I am joined by high-profile criminal barrister, Queen's Council, and author of “Justice on Trial”, Chris Daw QC, who offers his thoughts on what measures need to be taken to reform a tragically devolved justice system. Bio: Chris Daw QC was called to the Bar in 1993 and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2013. Before taking silk, Chris built his reputation in the  criminal courts, acting in high profile  trials and appeals, from  serious organised crime to commercial fraud. As a QC, whilst maintaining  a substantial criminal and serious fraud practice, Chris acts in a  broader range of matters, including business, regulatory and  professional discipline instructions. Chris Daw QC has a stellar practise spanning the fields of criminal  law, serious fraud, business regulation, and professional discipline.  Ranked as a Leading Silk in The Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners, Chris appears in many high profile cases. He also advises companies and  leading individuals in the worlds of sport, entertainment, and business.  First and foremost, however, he is known for his winning strategies and  exceptional client care, no matter who he represents. Chris Daw QC acts only for private and insured clients, all of whom  receive the time and attention to detail they demand. His client base  consists of private individuals, corporations, regulated professionals,  and senior police officers. Although Chris has acted for international  footballers, world champion boxers, television producers, multi-national  corporations, and Chief Constables, most of his clients are not in the  public eye and have no desire for the limelight. Many of those who  instruct Chris are hard-working people, who find themselves, or a loved  one, accused of a crime, which threatens to ruin their life. They want  to do everything legally possible to protect themselves from  imprisonment, damage to reputation, and financial ruin. Website - https://www.lincolnhousechambers.com/members/chris-daw Book - https://www.amazon.com/Justice-Trial-Radical-Solutions-Breaking/dp/B08CVPV3L7 Artwork by Phillip Thor - https://linktr.ee/Philipthor_art  To watch the visuals with the trailer go to https://www.podcasttheway.com/trailers/ The Way Podcast - www.PodcastTheWay.com - Follow at Twitter / Instagram - @podcasttheway (Subscribe/Follow on streaming platforms and social media!) Thank you Don Grant for the Intro/Outro. Check out his podcast - https://threeinterestingthings.captivate.fm Intro guitar copied from Aiden Ayers at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UiB9FMOP5s  *The views demonstrated in this show are strictly those of The Way Podcast/Radio Show*
May 10
1 hr 20 min
80) Digging a Hole (Trailer)
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May 9
59 sec
79) How to Drag a Body
Judith Matloff is a seasoned war corespondent who, among other things, teaches future journalists how to survive in dangerous situations. In todays episode, I ask her how to spot landmines, what's the best course of action is for the people of Ukraine, and a number of other important questions. And yes, how to drag a body. Bio: Judith Matloff teaches crisis  reporting at Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism. She trailblazed  safety training for women and media organizations around the world,  helping hundreds of journalists survive an increasingly dangerous  world. Over 40 years as a journalist, she  has covered top international stories including Rwanda’s genocide,  apartheid and the rise of Vladimir Putin. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Forbes, the Financial Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal. Earlier in her career, Matloff headed the Moscow and Africa bureaus of the Christian Science Monitor and she spent a decade reporting for Reuters from various countries. Matloff consults for leading  organizations around the world, and has pioneered protocols for digital,  gender and physical security. Clients have  included NBC, the United Nations, the Society of Professional  Journalists, Doc Society, Magnum, the State Department, the Knight  Center for Journalism in the Americas, the International Women’s Media  Foundation and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.  Her training company, Security Rules LLC, offers workshops for a wide  variety of dangerous situations. Matloff’s latest book, How to Drag a Body and Other Safety Tips You Hope to Never Need, shares expert advice for nearly every conceivable peril. She earlier published No Friends but the Mountains, which drew a link between geography and conflict; Fragments of a Forgotten War, about Angola’s civil war; and Home Girl, which chronicled a Harlem street run by a drug gang. A graduate of Harvard, her work has  won the support of the MacArthur Foundation, the Fulbright and Logan  Nonfiction programs and Stanford’s Hoover Institution. Website: https://judithmatloff.com/ Book: https://judithmatloff.com/how-to-drag-a-body Artwork by Phillip Thor - https://linktr.ee/Philipthor_art  To watch the visuals with the trailer go to https://www.podcasttheway.com/trailers/ The Way Podcast - www.PodcastTheWay.com - Follow at Twitter / Instagram - @podcasttheway (Subscribe/Follow on streaming platforms and social media!) Thank you Don Grant for the Intro/Outro. Check out his podcast - https://threeinterestingthings.captivate.fm Intro guitar copied from Aiden Ayers at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UiB9FMOP5s  *The views demonstrated in this show are strictly those of The Way Podcast/Radio Show*
May 3
55 min
79) How to Drag a Body (Trailer)
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May 2
56 sec
78) Altruism - Psychopathy
Why would someone help a crashed car on a highway, and why would someone donate a kidney to a complete stranger‽ Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, and author of "The Fear Factor: How One Emotion Connects Altruists, Psycopaths, and Everyone In-Between," Dr. Abigail Marsh, joins me today to discuss the spectrum from Altruism to Psychopathy.  Bio: I am a Professor in the Department of Psychology and the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program at Georgetown University. I received my PhD in Social Psychology from  Harvard University in 2004 and afterward conducted post-doctoral  research at the National Institute of Mental Health until 2008. I direct the Laboratory on Social & Affective Neuroscience,  research in which is aimed at addressing questions that include: How do  people understand what others think and feel? What drives us to help other people? What prevents us from harming them? We tackle these  questions using multiple approaches that include functional and  structural brain imaging in adolescents and adults from both typical and  special populations, as well as behavioral, cognitive, genetic, and  pharmacological methods. Current research projects include online,  behavioral, and brain imaging investigations of a variety of  populations, including typical adults and children, highly altruistic adults (including those who have donated kidneys to strangers), and  adults and children who have serious conduct problems and psychopathic  traits. Our work has received awards that include the Wyatt Memorial Award for translational  research from the National Institute of Mental Health and the Cozzarelli Prize for scientific excellence and originality from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. I serve on the advisory boards of the National Kidney Donation  Organization and 1DaySooner and am a co-founder of Psychopathy Is. Website: https://abigailmarsh.com/lab/abigail-marsh/ Book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071YLCYZH/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0 Artwork by Phillip Thor - https://linktr.ee/Philipthor_art  To watch the visuals with the trailer go to https://www.podcasttheway.com/trailers/ The Way Podcast - www.PodcastTheWay.com - Follow at Twitter / Instagram - @podcasttheway (Subscribe/Follow on streaming platforms and social media!) Thank you Don Grant for the Intro/Outro. Check out his podcast - https://threeinterestingthings.captivate.fm Intro guitar copied from Aiden Ayers at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UiB9FMOP5s  *The views demonstrated in this show are strictly those of The Way Podcast/Radio Show*
Apr 26
1 hr
78) A Psychopathic Prisoner Who Can't Understand Fear (Trailer)
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Apr 24
57 sec
77) Machine Gun Politics
Today, I welcome Jessie Bullock, PhD candidate in Government at Harvard University, to introduce the concept of corruption. More specifically, explore the reasons as to why politicians are actively and willingly engaging with criminal organizations in Southern and Central America. Bio: I am a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Government at Harvard  University, studying Comparative Politics and Political Economy. My  broad research interests include conflict, organized crime, inequality, distributive politics, corruption, and rule of law. My dissertation book project, Machine Gun Politics: Why Politicians Cooperate with Criminal Groups, explains  what politicians can gain from partnering with criminal actors. I  leverage a quasi-experimental study of voting, an original database on  criminal governance, and 18 months of extensive fieldwork in this  mixed-methods study of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A working paper drawing  from my dissertation, Organized Crime and Voter Mobilization, recently  won the 2020 Best Paper Award from the Subnational Politics and Society  section of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA). My other research focuses on the implications of public security on inequality and violence. My working paper Why Limiting Police Raids Decreased Criminal Violence in Rio de Janeiro was referenced in Brazilian Supreme Court testimony regarding the legality of police raids. I am the recipient of a 2019 Weatherhead Center for International Affairs  Dissertation Writing Fellowship and the 2018 recipient of the Jorge  Paulo Lemann Traveling Fellowship to Brazil. My field work has  generously been supported by the Corporación Andino de Fomiento (CAF),  David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS), the  Harvard Brazil Cities Initiative, and the Foundations of Human Behavior  Initiative (FHB). I am a current graduate student affiliate of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and the Institute for Quantitative Social Sciences. Website: https://www.jessiebullock.com/ Artwork by Phillip Thor - https://linktr.ee/Philipthor_art  To watch the visuals with the trailer go to https://www.podcasttheway.com/trailers/ The Way Podcast - www.PodcastTheWay.com - Follow at Twitter / Instagram - @podcasttheway (Subscribe and Follow on streaming platforms and social media!) As always thank you Don Grant for the Intro and Outro. Check out his podcast - https://threeinterestingthings.captivate.fm Intro guitar copied from Aiden Ayers at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UiB9FMOP5s  *The views demonstrated in this show are strictly those of The Way Podcast/Radio Show*
Apr 19
57 min
77) Machine Gun Politics (Trailer)
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Apr 16
44 sec
76) Spotify
Spotify has been put into the media thanks to Joe Rogan and Neil Young. However, Spotify has actually been a debated topic for some time now. Journalist, Mark Dent, shares his investigative findings on how the billion dollar streaming service, is failing all of its artists. Bio: I'm  a journalist based in Dallas and sometimes in the Kansas City area,  where I'm from. I write about business, tech, urbanism, sports,  religion, changing cities and ephemera from the 90s. I'm  currently working on a book about Kansas City and Patrick Mahomes that  is slated to be published in 2023 by Dutton. It tells the history of  Kansas City, Mahomes, and the Chiefs and how the city and Mahomes are  trying to usher in a new era as the city confronts its past and its  inferiority complex. My  work has been published in The New York Times, Texas Monthly, Vox, GQ,  WIRED, Slate, Fortune, VICE, Runner's World, The Kansas City Star, The Philadelphia Inquirer, PolitiFact and Deadline Hollywood among other publications.  Website - https://www.markjdent.com/  Artwork by Phillip Thor - https://linktr.ee/Philipthor_art  To watch the visuals with the trailer go to https://www.podcasttheway.com/trailers/    The Way Podcast - www.PodcastTheWay.com - Follow at Twitter / Instagram - @podcasttheway  (Subscribe and Follow on streaming platforms and social media!)  As always thank you Don Grant for the Intro and Outro. Check out his podcast - https://threeinterestingthings.captivate.fm  Intro guitar copied from Aiden Ayers at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UiB9FMOP5s  *The views demonstrated in this show are strictly those of The Way Podcast/Radio Show*
Apr 12
54 min
76) Spotify's Growth to Payout Relationship (Trailer)
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Apr 10
58 sec
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