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  • Big Ideas brings you the best of talks, forums, debates, and festivals held in Australia and around the world, casting light on the major social, cultural, scientific and political issues
  • HowStuffWorks
    There’s more news and less comprehension today than any historical period that didn’t involve literal witch trials, and trying to stay on top of it all can feel like playing a game of telephone with 30 people, except everyone’s speaking at the same time and like a third of them are openly racist for some reas...
  • As Canada's most trusted audio newscast, THE WORLD THIS HOUR brings you a Canadian perspective on what's happening here, and around the world right now... wherever and whenever you want it. Every hour, every day, we are there with the best of CBC journalism, so you can hear and feel the world change, and know...
  • From the desk of “Stuff You Missed in History Class,” “This Day in History Class” quickly recounts a tidbit from today’s events in history.
  • iHeartRadio
    Start your day with The Daily Dive. News without the noise, told straight. Explore the most interesting news of the day. Connect with the writers, analysts and reporters that know the real story. Hosted by Oscar Ramirez in LA, this 15 minute podcast will be ready for you when you wake up. (Posted by 6 AM EST)...
  • Relay FM
    So many podcasts are about our digital devices. Analog(ue) is a show about how these devices make us feel and how they change our lives for the better, but also for the worse. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Casey Liss.
  • ABC Podcasts
    Science, culture and everything in between. Feel the heat. All species welcome.
  • A dynamic mix of news, culture and music in Chicago. Hosted by Tony Sarabia. From WBEZ.
  • Compass Media Networks
    Award-winning reporting on current issues, featuring America's leading experts
  • A Concerned Citizen
    Utilizes narrative storytelling, archival audio, and immersive soundscapes to explore true stories of white-collar criminals, con artists, and corporate evil. From corruption and fraud to Ponzi schemes and environmental disasters, these financially motivated crimes have shaped our world in unimaginable ways. ...
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  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:54:04
    Which prospect scares you most: undergoing surgery with a general anaesthetic that isn’t working? Or a global pandemic that wipes out hundreds of millions of people?
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:04:30
    CBC News: The World This Hour for 2019/02/17 at 06:00 EST
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:52:49
    The weekly round up of the best moments from DZ's Season 69 (2/11/19-2/15/19.)Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htmAnd to learn about your ad choices when listening to podcasts, visit https://www.howstuffworks.com/privacy.htm#ad-choices
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:07:38
    On this day in 1913, the Armory Show, an exhibition showcasing modern art by hundreds of American and European artists, opened in New York City. Learn more about advertising on the HowStuffWorks podcasts at www.howstuffworks.com/advertisers.htmAnd to learn about your ad choices when listening to podcasts, vis...
  • Welcome to the Daily Dive: WEEKEND EDITION. This is a compilation of the most compelling stories of the week
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 01:17:47
    Our 150th Episode Extravaganza!
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:28:49
    Who protects the human guinea pigs? (Repeat)
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:20:25
    Illinois has many sites that were part of the Underground Railroad. That Underground Railroad was a network of safe places for black people escaping slavery. Wheaton College, in DuPage County, is one of those sites. In this week’s What’s That Building, we examine the architecture and history of Blanchard Hall...
  • Facing the prospect of death isn’t pleasant, but it is the reality of being human. We talk to two experts about how people can get their affairs in order both personally and medically to ensure their wishes are respected and their loved ones can properly grieve if the unthinkable happens.
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:54:12
    A young politician ruins a promising career with numerous financial and sexual scandals. Prelude: The unsolved murder of Tamara Greene.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:42:35
    Do you like horses? How about dancing horses? If those words sound fun to you, you’ll be delighted to meet Amanda Kenny, the head horse trainer at Medieval Times in Lyndhurst New Jersey, where a surprisingly large chunk of the show focuses on elaborate dressage routines (that’s horse ballet, for you non-eques...
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 01:08:24
    Roses are red, violets are blue, these heauxs are Thotty, and so are YOU! In our LIVE Galentine's Gay Special, your fave sweet tarts discuss and disclose our various situation-ships, our dysfunctions and desires, and why our messy selves love a situation!    We start your engines with the queer multiple choic...
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:42:35
    Do you like horses? How about dancing horses? If those words sound fun to you, you’ll be delighted to meet Amanda Kenny, the head horse trainer at Medieval Times in Lyndhurst New Jersey, where a surprisingly large chunk of the show focuses on elaborate dressage routines (that’s horse ballet, for you non-eques...
  • Despite all of the television viewing options open to today’s consumers – broadcast, cable, satellite, and streaming – surprising little of the available programming is local, much less hyperlocal, in nature. Simon Bray, a veteran Fort Wayne entrepreneur, is on a mission to change that. Simon is the founder ...
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:05:47
    Election judges don’t usually count votes for cartoon mice or celebrities, but there was one exception. We took a peek.
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:34:55
    Max Hasting's new bestseller on Vietnam is out, and Dan met him to discuss Domino theory, whether it was possible for the US to win the war and the effect the war had on those who fought in it. Discover more history interviews and documentaries at History Hit TV.Producer: Natt TapleyAudio: Peter Curry
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:34:55
    Max Hasting's new bestseller on Vietnam is out, and Dan met him to discuss Domino theory, whether it was possible for the US to win the war and the effect the war had on those who fought in it. Discover more history interviews and documentaries at History Hit TV.Producer: Natt TapleyAudio: Peter Curry
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:44:30
    One last conversation about how the Oscars lost their host, and what happened next.
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 02:28:35
    Kriss is back with another episode of the Insanity Check to cover this week's dose of insanity in the world. This week he's joined by Joi. It's been a busy (and exhausting) 2 weeks and we got a lot to talk about. Biggest thing? WTF is going on in Virginia? Just when you thought it couldn't get worse...it did....
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:04:30
    CBC News: The World This Hour for 2019/02/16 at 21:00 EST
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:57:13
    A lot can happen in six years. It’s the entire lifetime of some prominent bands. John Vanderslice has certainly been through plenty, including the death of a close family member and what might well have been the end of his own music career. In April, however, the musician with return with The Cedars, a sonica...
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:28:35
    A fishy looking photograph throws Clare Wright into the deep end of the battle between industry and sustainability.
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:57:00
    Ben and Travis discuss Trump's... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:21:27
    Remembering the five lives cut short in Aurora, Illinois workplace shooting, Theodore McCarrick expelled from priesthood after sexual abuse scandal, and President Trump’s push for a wall sparks backlash from Southern border town.
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:50:54
    Malaika Haaning is a sustainable fashion designer and founder of Malaika New York. “Malaika branded garments using a technique that minimizes waste. The apparel industry is one of the biggest waste-producing industries. Much of the excess materials created in the apparel industry end up in landfills. By impl...
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:43:35
    It hurts to be dubbed a "one-hit wonder." Does being a "two-hit wonder" feel any better? We list of top 5 ranking of two-hit wonders of the '80s, including bands such as ... well, we don't want to give it away just yet.  Stuck in the ‘80s this week is sponsored by Robinhood … Robinhood is an investing app tha...
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:09:43
    We just found out the man we know as Dr. No has been captured. His name is Samuel Legg III and Brit and Ashley tell you everything we know in the early days of his arrest. You can also get more information on another case he has been connected to, the murder of his stepdaughter, Angela Hicks, at Patreon.com/C...
  • Publication Date | Feb 17, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:30:02
    In this episode we discuss zombie deer and what that really means. We also talk about what dating is like in high school these days and about Andrew's relationship with a pistachio.
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:49:34
    Hear Larry's misadventures with Japanese food including popping a ball of wasabi into his mouth like it was a cherry and being wildly grossed out by uni. Plus, a joke about a guy eating a bald eagle! Quote of the week: "Like pink and you know it has some ketchup in it." LarryMillerShow.com
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:12:56
    Some 15 years after Merata Mita's plan for a movie based on the Patricia Grace novel Cousins languished, her dream's about to be realised. Patricia's daughter Briar-Grace Smith is writing a new script - based on the book rather than Merata's script, but she and producer Ainsley Gardiner are determined to...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:09:08
    New Zealanders are being asked to rid themselves of data, from student loan invoices and divorce papers to unwanted photos, to help a mini satellite fly higher. The TWOi 2.0 measures just 2cm x 2cm and after being launched into space, is busy transmitting metadata to a receiver in New Zealand, in the nam...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 01:24:35
    Unless you die young -- thereby creating extra grief for your loved ones -- you will experience grief. We all do. It's awful.I'm joined by my friend Amy to talk about the experience of grief, the emotions and the process and the lack thereof.Disclaimer: Warbaby, from Murderous MinorsPromos: Oh No Lit Class an...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 01:01:02
    Oh boy, this is gonna be a good one! Episode 5 of the Delegation Game examines the aftermath of some pretty important deals which were passed, by hook or by crook, and which now challenge those present in Paris to adapt. The League of Nations Charter is the most significant of these, and in this very eventful...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 01:05:32
    Known as the “Bitter Blood Murders,” in 1985, first cousins and lovers, Susie Newsom Lynch and Fritz Klenner led police and SBI on a chase that ended in an explosion that killed them and Susie’s two young sons. It was the culmination of a bloody feud that had already left five dead, decimating two prominent f...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:41:39
    Jeff and Phil ring in the Lunar New Year by welcoming a new member to the They Call Us Bruce team, Nick Song. Testing out a new format, they discuss The Good, The Bad and WTF of the week in Asian America.
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:46:03
    Relations between France and other great powers deteriorate. The Army of the Orient occupies Cairo, and the French immediately run into difficulties governing.  Napoleon makes a major decision that could have huge ramifications for the expedition, and for his own destiny.Minor correction: during the fourth mi...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:40:44
    It was almost like a terribly kept secret. The Top Storey Club sat hidden away on the topmost story of an old warehouse you needed to wander through furniture workshops and storerooms on lower floors to reach, like a princess in a tower. But on May 1, 1961, the combination of a popular nightclub and workrooms...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:14:07
    In episode 82, Chuck talks about omelettes! Chuck recalls eating and making omelettes ever since his oldest brother introduced them to him. The one basic rule to remember about making omelettes is that you have to break a few eggs; however, this dish is not without its controversies. The omelette may have ori...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 01:03:45
    Guest: Sergei Antonov on Bankrupts and Usurers of Imperial Russia: Debt, Property, and the Law in the Age of Dostoevsky and Tolstoy published by Harvard University Press.
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | Unknown
    The Detroit Stargate Ep37The boys get a little political while talking about Nancy Pelosi, cannabis and sperm counts, the Detroit Stargate, Steve Bannon, Ja Rule, FyreFest, exploding vapourizers, and Bonify's suspension.
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:25:39
    Defy Life's J.R. Glymph sits down with Brad J. Brown of Brad J. Resumes to discuss the importance of an effective resume, what a resume writer does from beginning to end, betting on yourself and more! Brad J. Brown found his calling and has become an invaluable resource for countless clients. During his con...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 01:15:07
    What do Ross Perot, Ryan Adams, and Esquire Magazine have in common? Well, they've all somehow weaseled their way back into relevancy this week, thus leading to a full hour-long discussion by Josh and Ryan on Tomorrow.Never fear, listener, because it's not all bad men. We've also got cults, hoaxes, and Elon M...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | Unknown
    Hey Dude, I howl like a wounded animal searching for other solo personal narrative podcasts. Then an old North Hollywood High School classmate reminds me of my weird connections to Lance Armstrong.PODCASTERS: LA Podcasters, Dan Klass, Cush, Tim Coyne, Libsyn, Elsie EscobarMUSICIANS: Sheryl CrowSONGS: "Steve M...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:14:02
    The transport secretary's critics call him “failing Grayling" - an unkind nickname, perhaps, but one made more likely to stick by his infamous decision to award a valuable contract to a Brexit ferry company with no ferries. He cancelled the contract this week amid much derision in Parliament. Presenter: Ma...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 01:40:55
    Dave Smith and Robbie "The Fire " Bernstein bring you the latest in politics! This time on Part of the Problem Dave talks about Trump declaring a national emergency to get his wall built, the setup that was the trump tower meeting, and how Comey blackmailing Trump led to his firing.Support our Sponso...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:56:37
    Andrea Nguyen is back to say that cooking Vietnamese is doable any day of the week. What we eat and how we do it binds humanity across geography and culture, according to Chris Ying. Plus: the story of the Savoy Hotel and how it gave rise to the modern luxury hotels like the NoMad, where Patricia Escárcega re...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 02:02:34
    On episode 240 of #TSRP we get back to our regularly scheduled program after a very special episode of The Special Hotep Unit. Today we talk a little bit about Valentine’s Day as the Spann’s went to see Toni Braxton, and SWV at the Fox Theater in Detroit, and of course Detroit antics ensued. We […]
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:04:45
    Almost complete Yahoo Headlines read off my iphone and completed by yours truly. Enjoy
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 01:21:53
    Producer Bobby and Gary Weed join on this episode of the Q. And it's huge because it is the first show since the Super Bowl when Mark and Gary have been face to face. Lot of Trash talking between the two on many previous episodes...but that all was settled with Tom Brady and the Patriots winning the Super bow...
  • Publication Date | Feb 16, 2019
    Episode Duration | 00:59:23
    Eddie and Amber discuss death, dating, and tiny dicks in this diary episode. You can contribute to Kevin's memorial fund here: https://www.gofundme.com/birdluger Help get Kevin a memorial brick at World Bird Sanctuary: https://www.gofundme.com/memorial-brick-for-kevin-barnett Taking us out is “I’ll Fly Aw...