Best 1960s podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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The assassination of JFK through to Vietnam and America’s shame at the My Lai massacre. Alistair Cooke's fascinating social, cultural and political history of American life.
 
The Gruesome Magazine podcast about classic horror and sci-fi films from 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s
 
AfterBuzz TV's The Prisoner AfterShow is a celebration of Patrick McGoohan's 1967 – 1968 spy fiction/science fiction/allegory 17 episode British TV series “The Prisoner”. The series addresses issues such as personal identity and freedom, democracy, education, scientific progress, art and technology, while still remaining an entertaining drama series. Over 17 recaps hosts Meredith Placko, Stef Z and Phil Svitek discuss the deeper meanings of each episode of the show and how those concerns sti ...
 
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DIG
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An upbeat exploration of the music of the swinging 1960s: rock 'n' roll, soul, garage, psychedelia, girl groups, b-sides, album cuts, and more. Weekly program, 59:00. Originated on WNCW -FM Spindale/Asheville/Greenville.The years between the release of "Meet the Beatles" and "Abbey Road" were loaded with some of the most exhilarating music ever made, and today's hippest tunes continue to reflect the influence of that era. Dig! is a trip back at that magical time, with album cuts, obscure 45s ...
 
Wild Blue Yonder is the coming-of-age story of Nathaniel Hawthorne Flowers, a smart but sheltered boy from suburban Chicago whose beloved father suddenly dies, resulting in his flunking out of college. Nate receives a draft notice from the Army but after some “encouragement” from his mother, decides to enlist in the Air Force instead. It is 1965. Nate is 20 years old. Airman Flowers goes not to Vietnam but Germany, straight into a military Catch-22. His assignment: writing stories as a repor ...
 
British rock music from the mid 60s onwards - podcasts, features and much more
 
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The Control Group
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In the early 1960s, a doctor at a mental ward sheds his ethical restraints in an effort to pioneer a new form of "mental cleansing" at the behest of a private research group. The Control Group is a chilling, 10-part historical fiction for mature audiences. Listener discretion is advised due to realistic depictions of violence and graphic sexuality. Binge the entire season now with headphones for a fully immersive experience.
 
Join the Big Finish team on their regular adventures through time, space, Victorian London, Mars, the 1960s and Megacity One for witty banter (ahem), free stories, news, interviews and exclusive trailers. We are best known for our Doctor Who ranges of audio plays starring Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, as well as a world of spin off adventures with Jago and Litefoot, UNIT, Captain Jack Harkness among others. We also produce a wide range of audio drama fe ...
 
The Age of Aquarius. The Dawn of a New Era. The “Shift”…. Whatever you want to call it, we are living in a time full of both promise and challenge. Join author Eric Rankin and Community Connector, Michelle Anderson as they delve into any number of topics: From spirituality to energy medicine to dolphin intelligence to ancient aliens, no subject is too far outside of the box to discuss. In 2010, Eric’s bestselling novel “The Aquarians” became Amazon’s 2nd highest rated science fiction title, ...
 
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Punks in Parkas
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Penny Lane hosts Punks in Parkas - a look at the international Mod Scene, broadcasting live from UMFM 101.5 (CJUM) from the University of Manitoba.Punks in Parkas, which hit the air in the spring of 2005 and hosted by Penny Lane, strives to play the best of the Mod genera, from the original groups who rocked it in the early 1960s to the artist today who are reviving the scene.Be sure to keep up with Punks in Parkas at http://www.facebook.com/punksinparkas
 
We’re on a mission to make life better for you in the city. Join journalist Jan Fran on the streets as she tackles the questions we need to be asking about sexism in our cities, like: How is there still a pay gap in 2018? Can a street be sexist? Has gender equality changed since the 1960s? You’ll meet inspiring guests, hear real life stories, and discover practical tips to call for justice on the streets, at work, in bars, buses and banks. If you’ve ever experienced sexual harassment, witnes ...
 
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The Control Group
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In the early 1960s, a doctor at a mental ward sheds his ethical restraints in an effort to pioneer a new form of "mental cleansing" at the behest of a private research group. The Control Group is a chilling, 10-part historical fiction for mature audiences. Listener discretion is advised due to realistic depictions of violence and graphic sexuality. Binge the entire season now with headphones for a fully immersive experience.
 
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Groovy Tube
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Clive and Klaudia present their own unique take on the world according to their own generations.Clive is a "Baby Boomer" who was a teenager in the late 1960s and early 1970s and Klaudia is a "Millennial" so a teenager in the 21st Century. Each week they try to identify the differences and similarities of being a young adult now and in the past.Plus they introduce each other to the music of their youth and all the time in between.
 
An audio podcast featuring Ronald Reagan speeches and radio addresses from the 1960s through the 1990s. A new Words to Live By Podcast will be posted every Tuesday.
 
This podcast features my cover songs of Frank Sinatra, Jim Reeves, Nat King Cole and other legendary crooners of the golden era of the 1960s.
 
Did you know that Europeans used to believe that sheep grew from Mongolian trees? Have you heard about the misbegotten discovery of a new form of water in the 1960s that set off a cold war arms race? Ever seen the gleaming Las Vegas hotel that accidentally shoots heat rays at poolside guests? The Constant is an audio history of getting things wrong. From ancient science to contemporary blunders, we take you on journeys of misadventure and misapprehension, filling your brain with juicy nugget ...
 
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The Control Group
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In the early 1960s, a doctor at a mental ward sheds his ethical restraints in an effort to pioneer a new form of "mental cleansing" at the behest of a private research group. The Control Group is a chilling, 10-part historical fiction for mature audiences. Listener discretion is advised due to realistic depictions of violence and graphic sexuality. Binge the entire season now with headphones for a fully immersive experience.
 
We are proud to promote our ethos of excellence in education and excellence in research as one of the UK's top ten universities for research."The University of Essex was born during a rare moment of national hope and enthusiasm in the early 1960s, when everything seemed possible and new departures seemed essential." Professor Hugh BroganRead more of A Personal History of the University of Essex at: www.essex.ac.uk/about/history/personal.aspxCheck out our podcasts for interviews, topical disc ...
 
Billed as "a radio custard pie", this show ran for eight years and starred Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie, John Cleese, Jo Kendall and David Hatch (who later went on to produce the show). The show originated from the Cambridge Footlights revues, with the pilot of the series being a recording of the West End show, Cambridge Circus, aired on the 30th December 1963.
 
Every Night's A School Night is a pseudo-radio show, or maybe a podcast, based around rambling, sometimes dark commentary, absurd humor, and an endless amount of observational neuroses with a soundtrack of obscure doo-wop, country, teen pop, and "rockabilly" from the 1950s and 1960s.Featuring the "Night School" companion series which is pure commentary on a couple of topics per episode.
 
The Turn After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of AMC's Turn.Show Summary: After scoring a hit with a series set in the 1960s, AMC travels much further back in time for "TURN: Washington's Spies," a Revolutionary War-era drama based on the same-named Alexander Rose novel. The series goes beyond the battlefront to a conflict involving everyday men and women, taking place in a cryptic world of double agents, covert operations and code-breaking. It revolves around Abe Woodhull, a yo ...
 
Pete is a native New Yorker born and raised 13 miles from NYC. in Mt.Vernon, hometown of Dick Clark ( and not surprisingly one of his inspirations). Pete grew up listening to Top40 radio of the 60s and early 70s,like radio stations WMCA,WINS,and WABC.
 
“He had faith in his good fortune, in that power of attraction which he felt within him - a power so irresistible that all women yielded to it.”Though firmly set in 1880s Paris, Maupassant's gripping story of an amoral journalist on the make could, with only slight modifications of detail, be updated to the 1960s, to the Reagan-Thatcher years, or maybe to the present day. Anti-hero Georges Duroy is a down-at-heel ex-soldier of no particular talent. Good-looking but somewhat lacking in self-c ...
 
The National Museum of African American History and Culture’s (NMAAHC) Civil Rights History Project, created by an act of Congress in 2009, is a joint effort of the Library of Congress and NMAAHC to collect video and audio recordings of personal histories and testimonials of individuals—many who are unheralded—who participated in the Civil Rights Movement during the 1950s and 1960s.
 
The Goodwood Members’ Meeting is an epic weekend of motor racing founded by Lord March, which aims to recreate the atmosphere and camaraderie of the original BARC Members’ Meetings held at Goodwood throughout the 1950s and 1960s. As well as a full programme of racing, the Members’ Meeting features all kinds of cars from classic tin-tops and GTs, to motorcycles and open wheeled Formula 3 and F1 machines, offering visitors a friendly and intimate atmosphere with no crowds. A winning formula of ...
 
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This is Success
Weekly
 
Revealing conversations with today's most inspiring business, sports, entertainment, and government leaders. Candid interviews with the likes of Sheryl Sandberg, LeBron James, and the founders of companies like Lyft and Tinder. Insightful stories and useful advice about how to get to the top.
 
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Madrone
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Madrone, the second volume in the Nathaniel Hawthorne Flowers trilogy, follows Wild Blue Yonder: A Novel of the 1960s. It’s 1969 and Nate is out of the Air Force and back in California, in the arms of Jane Chandler, the girl he left behind. Pretty, high-spirited, and totally in love with Nate, Jane takes him back to college with her, the University of California at Santa Cruz, one of the hippest campuses in the country. At first, Nate follows what seems like a set path: college, becoming a g ...
 
The Blithedale Romance is the story of four principal characters who work with -- and sometimes against -- each other on Blithedale, a communal farm antecedent to those that sprang up later in the 1960s, and similar to one on which Hawthorne himself lived in 1841. These communes arose out of the pressures on society and the individual brought by the Industrial Revolution. Some were organized around religious philosophies, some were secular. Among the secularists, the Transcendental movement ...
 
Join students in college classrooms to hear lectures on topics ranging from the American Revolution to 9-11.
 
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Originz
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A podcast encompassing stories concerning just about anything and everything. There is Information, theories, news, stories, conjecture and ideas from history, geography, science, technology, language, medicine, archaeology, mystery stories and humorous tales, etc. If you are interested in anything and everything (a true renaissance man or woman) come along and listen and enjoy the show. Visit my website for the show notes. http://www.originz.info
 
Noam Chomsky: »Driving forces in US policy«Fri, May 30, 2014, ZKM_Foyer Lecture and opening of the work "Sugababe" (ongoing project, 2014) by Diemut StrebeSocial critic and peace activist Noam Chomsky is the most cited public intellectual of today.His works in linguistics, philosophy and cognitive science have earned him the title the "father of modern linguistics". His critical publications on mass media, politics and globalization have put him on the forefront of civil activism starting as ...
 
The Goodwood Members’ Meeting is a new style of motor racing event, conceived by Lord March to recreate the atmosphere and camaraderie of the original BARC Members’ Meetings held ‘in period’ at Goodwood through the 1950s and 1960s.Uniquely, as well as a full programme of racing, the Members’ Meeting offers visitors the chance to see demonstrations of racing cars never seen here in period.The 73rd Members’ Meeting in 2015 promises the spectacle of F1 cars from the 1970s, the biggest collectio ...
 
Beautiful Fictions traces works from the late 1960s to the present through the lens of some 60 Canadian and international photographers including Candida Hofer, Thomas Struth, Michael Snow, Suzy Lake, and Cindy Sherman.
 
We want to change the world with information while having fun. Things are clean when they’re washed - Sabki Dhulai.MissionTo change the world with information while having fun. Things are clean when they’re washed - Sabki Dhulai.DescriptionNews and News on the news. New ways to present the news. Slants, compromises, biases, praise, brickbats and anything else. Here nothing is off limits. We say it like it is and appreciate others who do. News isn’t fair unless its transparent and no informat ...
 
1 on 1 interview show featuring the creative minds behind Comics TV Film Novels & Animation. Hosted by Chicago Pop Culture expert, John Siuntres
 
Jazz meets pop against a backdrop of a 1960s Manhattan love story.
 
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Roughly Speaking
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A conversational take on Maryland news and culture from The Baltimore Sun newsroom.
 
A one stop shop for all things movies. The MFF crew tackle the real issues like "What is Kurt Russell's best sleeveless shirt?" Listen Enjoy Share
 
Filmmaker Guy Ritchie and co-writer/producer Lionel Wigram discuss The Man from U.N.C.L.E.. A fresh take on the popular 1960s TV series; the action-comedy film follows a CIA agent and a KGB agent who reluctantly team up to stop a mysterious international criminal organization trying to proliferate nuclear weapons.
 
Jessica Mauboy and Dan Sultan star in Bran Nue Dae, a feel-good musical set in Broome in the 1960s alongside Geoffrey Rush and Ernie Dingo. The pair sing four songs from the movie and discuss the film making process with Max's Yumi Stynes. Click the Website link to view the trailer.
 
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Edge Effects
Monthly
 
A Digital Magazine from the Center for Culture, History, and Environment
 
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History Honeys
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A podcast where a married couple teaches each other about cool stuff in the past.
 
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Dog Works Radio
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Dog Works Radio is a show about our favorite canine companions. On the show we share training advice, give tips and tricks and interview guests from around the world. We also talk about canine sports, working dogs, therapy dogs and service dogs.
 
The weekly podcast dedicated to fans of American muscle cars! Join us each week to discuss muscle cars news and trends, get your questions answered, and share YOUR personal story! Hosted by Rob Kibbe of The MuscleCar Place: http://www.themusclecarplace.com
 
Join Spotlight host Joe Kleon for a one hour in-depth look into backward masking in popular music. Backward Masking, or placing hidden messages that are recorded backwards within a musical composition, dates back to the 1960s. We will cover the history of this conspiracy theory and hear backward masking examples from The Beatles, Cheap Trick, Metallica, Britney Spears, The Backstreet Boys, Queen, Ozzy Osbourne, Def Leppard. Prince, Jay Z, Pink Floyd, Judas Priest and more! Does backward mask ...
 
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Mises Institute
Daily
 
The Mises Institute, founded in 1982, is an educational institution devoted to advancing Austrian economics, freedom, and peace in the classical-liberal tradition. Our website offers many thousands of free books and thousands of hours of audio and video, along with the full run of rare journals, biographies, and bibliographies of great economists.
 
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इस हफ्ते की चर्चा बीबीसी की उस रिपोर्ट को केंद्रित रही जिसमें भारत में पोर्न वीडियो, पोर्न वेबसाइट से सामाज में पड़ने वाले हिंसक प्रभावों की पड़ताल की गई. इसके अलावा कारवां पत्रिका की एक बड़ी खोजी रिपोर्ट में राष्ट्रीय सुरक्षा सलाहकार अजीत डोवाल के बेटे विवेक डोवाल द्वारा कालेधन के लिए बदनाम केमन आइलैंड में कंपनी स्थापित करने का मामला, यकायक कें ...…
 
This is the last Mises Weekends episode!But don't despair, Jeff will soon be back with a brand new format: The Human Action Podcast. The new show is not radically different, but focuses more exclusively on Austrian economics, its great books, and its great thinkers–with longer, more in-depth interviews. But don't take our word for it, tune in n ...…
 
The MFF podcast is back, and this week we're talking about movies that aren't as bad as you'd think. We went through Rotten Tomatoes, IMDb and Metacritic and picked our favorite movies that have subpar scores. In this podcast you will hear about 30 Days of Night, Hell Fest, Club Dread, The Lone Ranger,Alien vs. Predator: Requiem and xXx: The Re ...…
 
A limited series about the Iditarod Through the Decades, hosted by Alex Stein. On this episode: 1970s Subscribe Now Support Dog Works Radio by visiting our sponsor, Alaska Dog Works, a premier dog training company that trains service dogs for people all over North America. Follow Alex: @coldfootfilms Follow Dog Works Radio: @dogworksradio…
 
In the latest episode of The Awful and Awesome Entertainment Wrap, Abhinandan is in conversation with Mayank Shekhar, entertainment head at Mid Day. The duo reviews The Accidental Prime Minister, Uri: The Surgical Strike and Gillette's latest commercial. They also discuss the portrayal of politics in Indian films, the evolution of film producti ...…
 
This weeks interview is with Ed Capen, Vice President, Sales and Sponsorships for Good-guys Rod & Custom Association to talk about the new rules for the 2019 racing season. Ed has been on the show previously and we got straight into the rules. Good-guys is first and foremost a car show with an Autocross added on. The customer is the car show at ...…
 
In this week’s podcast, our regular Hafta gang of Abhinandan Sekri, Madhu Trehan, Manisha Pande and Raman Kirpal are joined by Newslaundry subscriber Anushka Shah who is a researcher with MIT Media Lab. The podcast kicks off with a discussion on the anti-Sikh riots of 1984 after Indira Gandhi’s assassination. The team talks about how even today ...…
 
NL Hafta has gone behind the paywall, but we love our listeners. So here's a little sneak peek into the complete episode.Host Abhinandan Sekhri is joined by the usual gang of Raman Kripal, Anand Vardhan and Manisha Pande, and special guest Amit Varma, writer and columnist, and host of the podcast The Seen and the Unseen. The conversation ranges ...…
 
It's an action packed show today on Punks in Parkas! A half hour of ska followed by an half hour of great rock and soul, including the radio debut of the new single 'Shake Shake' by Thee Girl Fridays!!
 
The Union’s response to the Confederate ironclad was an iron warship of its own. Unlike the Merrimack, the USS Monitor was a tremendous technological innovation, nearly single-handedly designed by a Swedish engineer named John Ericsson. This episode details his incredible life and the many failures that would culminate in the successful Monitor ...…
 
Join host Robert as he welcomes Brittney Mason to Mushing Radio. If you haven't already, please review us on iTunes! It's an important way to help new listeners discover the show. Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up for our weekly newsletter. If you would like to introduce friends or family to podcasts, we created a How to ...…
 
In the latest episode of Reporters Without Orders Cherry Agarwal is in conversation with Arvind Gunasekar, a CBI beat reporter, Vakasha Sachdev, The Quint's associate editor-legal, Rohin Verma, former Newslaundry journalist, and Ayush Tiwari. The panel discusses the controversy surrounding the Central Bureau of Investigation, former Supreme Cou ...…
 
In the second episode of "Roughly Speaking: Government Edition," Baltimore Sun reporter Luke Broadwater and Goucher College pollster Dr. Mileah Kromer talk about Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller's cancer diagnosis and other issues before interviewing State Del. Kathy Szeliga, a Baltimore County Republican who was the target of wh ...…
 
In this weeks "Words to Live By" we go to January 20, 1981, when Ronald Reagan was sworn in as our nation’s 40 president. The Inaugural was an emotional experience but then the very next day it was “down to work.”By itunes@reaganfoundation.org (Reagan Foundation).
 
Vacation is over, and Alaina takes us back to the land of cubicles and time sheets. There are secret origins, intrigue, and controversy inside every supply closet and catalog. How does an idea go from a novelty to a necessity? Is credit more important than royalties? Who is responsible for paper clips? Please help our show succeed by sharing it ...…
 
Happy 100th birthday to one of the strangest disasters in American history: Boston's Great Molasses Flood. For our season 5 premiere, we're looking at the weird and deadly 35 foot tall wall of syrup that destroyed Boston's North End a century ago, and what caused such an enormous--and enormously curious--thing to happen in the first place.…
 
The MFF podcast is back and we're talking about snowmobile action scenes and the 2000 B-movie classic Icebreaker. If you are into movies featuring legendary mountain burgers, angry bosses and a bald Bruce Campbell chewing scenery you will love every second of this podcast. What we love most about Icebreaker is how director David Giancola gather ...…
 
Kutztown University professor Michael Gabriel teaches a class about military engagements during the American Revolution from April 1775 to July 1776.
 
Nick and Benji are here with all the latest news on all the audiobooks and audio drama coming from Big Finish this month. Drama Tease: Doctor Who - Devil in the Mist .
 
Nick and Benji are here with all the latest news on all the audiobooks and audio drama coming from Big Finish this month. Drama Tease: Doctor Who - Devil in the Mist .
 
Nick and Benji are here with all the latest news on all the audiobooks and audio drama coming from Big Finish this month. Drama Tease: Doctor Who - Devil in the Mist .
 
की जरूरत थी जो कि महज 48 घंटे में संसद के दोनों सदनों में पास हो गया. किसी भी बिल को पास करने की एक लंबी चौड़ी प्रक्रिया होती है, घंटों बहस चलती है उस पर विचार विमर्श किया जाता है, ज्यादा से ज्यादा लोगों के विचार उसमें शामिल होते हैं. लेकिन यहां एक हड़बड़ी नजर आती है. संविधान संशोधन में इतनी जल्दबाजी ठीक है?”इसका जवाब देते हुए आनंद ने कहा, “आरक ...…
 
You'll hear album cuts by Pink Floyd, Dusty Springfield, the Seeds, and the Mamas & The Papas; soul 45s by the Freeman Brothers, the Rayons, and the Webs; garage band 45s; plus Hearts & Flowers, HP Lovecraft (pictured), Paul Revere & The Raiders, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and more.
 
Dr. Joe Salerno will address the annual Students for Liberty conference (mises.org/LibertyCon19) this week on the topic of his seminal article, "Mises on Nationalism, the Right of Self Determination, and the Problem of Immigration" (mises.org/MisesNationalism). While Mises had plenty to say about nation states and liberalism, his wrote relative ...…
 
A limited series about the Iditarod Through the Decades, hosted by Alex Stein. On this episode: 1960s Subscribe Now Support Dog Works Radio by visiting our sponsor, Alaska Dog Works, a premier dog training company that trains service dogs for people all over North America. Follow Alex: @coldfootfilms Follow Dog Works Radio: @dogworksradio…
 
This weeks interview is with Taylor Hull, a drift car racer that I met for just a minute at the SEMA Show in 2018. Taylor has always been into cars and his family supported his dreams of racing. His day job is at Allied Rentals is very forgiving of his racing schedule and gives him some leeway to pursue his dream. Taylor has tried many aspects ...…
 
Hear the remarkable life story of songwriter, producer and singer Paul Korda from swinging 60s London, LA to present. Listen to Paul sharing his memories of Jimi Hendrix, Jon Anderson, Steve Marriott, Andrew Loog Oldham, Roger Daltrey and much more. Paul Korda – Between The Road (A Passing Stranger, MAM, 1971) PP Arnold – The Time Has Come (Sin ...…
 
NL Hafta has gone behind the paywall, but we love our listeners. So here's a little sneak peek into the complete episode.In this episode of NL Hafta, host Abhinandan Sekhri is joined by Hafta regulars Anand Vardhan and Manisha Pande, and special guests Arunabh Saikia, staff writer at Scroll, and economics journalist Vivek Kaul. The discussion r ...…
 
Night School #46: "Dad Anger & Prank Phone Calls" by Every Night's A School Night
 
After a short break, Penny Lane is back live in the booth with her first show of 2019!Hear tracks from the likes of The Atlantics, the Barbarians, Bob Dylan, The Easybeats and more!
 
At the end of the year, I wound up in the hospital with an infection . This will be a long recovery, but I will be ok. On this bare bones podcast, I take listener questionquest
 
Even as the Trump administration drastically curtails the nation's refugee resettlement program -- in the midst of the worst global refugee crisis in history -- Atwater's, the local restaurant group, has been putting refugees to work baking cookies and making soup. Working with the International Rescue Committee in Baltimore, Atwater's has prov ...…
 
In the latest episode of The Awful and Awesome Entertainment Wrap, hosts Abhinandan Sekhri and Rajyasree Sen discuss BCCI’s notice to Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul for their appearance on Koffee with Karan, the Golden Globes, the new Uber Eats advertisement, The Mule, the Gully Boy trailer, and Backstreet Boys being back—again!The discussion begin ...…
 
“Dear Lord, I pray that I am insane, that all that happened is only in my mind. I pray that tomorrow the sun will shine again on living things, not on a world where only the dead walk the Earth.” Isn’t this the daily prayer we all use? Join this episode’s Grue Crew – Chad […]
 
Robert hosts Mushing Radio: David Hassilev If you haven't already, please review us on iTunes! It's an important way to help new listeners discover the show Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and sign up for our weekly newsletter. If you would like to introduce friends or family to podcasts, we created a How to Listen guide based on f ...…
 
On March 8, 1862, the ironclad Merrimack — renamed the CSS Virginia — was tested in battle against three of the Union’s most powerful wooden ships. The outcome of the battle would usher in a new age of naval warfare, in which wooden ships would be rendered entirely obsolete.Chris Calton recounts the controversial history of the Civil War. This ...…
 
In the first episode of "Roughly Speaking: Government Edition," Baltimore Sun reporter Luke Broadwater and Goucher College pollster Dr. Mileah Kromer talk about the results of the recent Gonzales poll before interviewing District 43 State Sen. Mary Washington and District 40 Del. Nick Mosby about their new legislation concerning exorbitant wate ...…
 
This week Reporters Without Orders features Cherry Agarwal in conversation with Newslaundry’s Ayush Tiwari, The Print's Amrita Nayak Dutta and Economic & Political Weekly’s Tejas Harad. In this episode, among other things, the panel discusses the #QuotaBill, which allows for 10 per cent reservation for economically weak sections of people belon ...…
 
1969 was a pivotal year for this planet. The computer age was dawning, humankind was blasting off to the moon, and large numbers of people were waking up to unity consciousness, world peace and environmentalism. Now, 50 years later, not only are we witnessing a resurgence of this communal awareness, we are seeing that many […]…
 
Every Night's A School Night #57 by Every Night's A School Night
 
The MFF podcast is back, and we're talking about the Bond film Quantum of Solace. If you've listened to the podcast before, you will know that we love the Bond franchise and will take any opportunity to talk it because the Bond movies have so much personality. In this podcast, you will hear us talk about its rushed production, unfinished script ...…
 
When you venture into the great unknown, you often have to rely on the generosity of strangers. Eddy Harris reflects on race and outdoor recreation, ecological conservation, and the elusive idea of America as he discusses his film, River to the Heart. The post Navigating Race on the Mississippi River: A Conversation with Eddy Harris appeared fi ...…
 
In this week’s podcast, we combine President Reagan’s passion for education with his passion for equal rights when he spoke to the students and faculty at Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School on January 15, 1986.By itunes@reaganfoundation.org (Reagan Foundation).
 
New season begins Tuesday, January 15th. Join us.
 
Texas Woman's University professor Katherine Landdeck teaches a class about the ways American women contributed to the war effort during World War II.
 
Nick and Benji present the last of their holiday specials. Tom Baker , Louise Jameson , John Leeson and David Richardson reflecting on their experiences of New Years. Drama tease: Energy of the Daleks.
 
Nick and Benji present the last of their holiday specials. Tom Baker , Louise Jameson , John Leeson and David Richardson reflecting on their experiences of New Years. Drama tease: Energy of the Daleks.
 
Nick and Benji present the last of their holiday specials. Tom Baker , Louise Jameson , John Leeson and David Richardson reflecting on their experiences of New Years. Drama tease: Energy of the Daleks.
 
Night School #45: "Waitlists & Waiting" by Every Night's A School Night
 
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