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Alphabet Boys
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Alphabet Boys

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Alphabet Boys reveals the secret investigations of the FBI, DEA, ATF, and other alphabet agencies. Hosted by journalist Trevor Aaronson, Alphabet Boys exposes secret undercover recordings that the government never wanted the public to hear. We explore cases that are both dangerous and absurd in order to ask this question: Are America’s top cops catching criminals -- or creating them? Season two is “Up In Arms.” An international weapons deal to arm rebels in Colombia tangles up the DEA, the C ...
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Get a big-picture view and detailed analysis of technology topics covering everything you can google. Join hosts Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Paris Martineau and Ant Pruitt covering corporate leadership, competition, policies, emerging tech, global impacts, and what it means to individuals and communities. Records live every Wednesday at 5:00pm Eastern / 2:00pm Pacific / 22:00 UTC.
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My name is Lee-Anna Devine, and I am a Black, female therapist based in Brixton South London. I am a passionate advocate for all things mental health, my own journey has had many challenges. Join me on a journey to better mental health, greater self-awareness, and healthier relationships. Become your own therapist. A self-help mental health and topical podcast. Qualified therapist plus expert guests, and friends. Breaking down barriers, increasing awareness, and self education. Become your o ...
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Get a big-picture view and detailed analysis of technology topics covering everything you can google. Join hosts Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Paris Martineau and Ant Pruitt covering corporate leadership, competition, policies, emerging tech, global impacts, and what it means to individuals and communities. Records live every Wednesday at 5:00pm Eastern / 2:00pm Pacific / 22:00 UTC.
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Isotopica is an experimental radio series with each episode having a unique theme and flavour, starting off at point A and hopefully, ending up in another alphabet altogether. Ingredients are a mixture of sonic essays, experimental sound and music, psychogeographic and notional detours, special guests, field and location recordings, interviews, conversations, critical analysis, plus Gallery installation works, and all sprinkled with cultural marxist toppings. Uncertain terms and conditions m ...
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Unlocking Greek potential is a complete guide to learn Greek for beginners. It's guided by Yiuli a native Greek teacher and Ellis who is learning Greek. Yiuli will teach Greek to Ellis, and you can learn alongside with her! Our goal is it to teach Greek as effective as possible. To focus on the most important words, so that you are able to form sentences as fast as possible. Anyone who has learned the Greek alphabet can listen to it. A new episode comes out every Friday.
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Gird your loins for an epic learning journey that travels the length and breadth of the wine alphabet, from Amarone to Zinfandel, soil to the cellar, and grape to the grocery store! Your hosts are Master of Wine candidate Sarah Looper and wine writer Thea Beckman, with guests who are as nerdy about wine as we are!
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We are all told, “live your life to the fullest”; I am here to do just that. Donny's Alphabet serves as a vessel to project my passions, and clue in my loyal listeners as to what inspires me in this crazy world. So, sit back, relax, and listen on.
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A merry group of queers face their fears in a fantasy world where social norms aren't the only thing thrown out the window. Join our cast as they daintily slay the most insidious of creatures their dungeon master Kris puts in their path. Storylines start on the following episodes: Start on "Come Out of the Quasit" for Windblown (Seasons 1 - 3) Start on "Once Upon a Time" for Cursed (Season 4) Start on "Alphabet Mafia" for Bae-Lin You Out (Season 5-6)
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Christmas - in alphabetical order. A podcast about Christmas, from a British perspective, where each episode looks at topics starting with one letter of the alphabet, from A to Z. Every two weeks we focus on Christmas traditions, facts and fun based on the letter of the day. There's music, memories and something new to learn every time. And all of it is about the most wonderful time of the year.
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Scottish Blethers
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Scottish Blethers

Liz Lister & Helen Houston

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In Scotland, when friends get together they blether. When those friends happen to be Scottish Blue Badge Tourist Guides you can be sure that the country they are so passionate about will be right at the heart of their discussions. Contemporary and historical; culinary and cultural; reminiscence and anecdote - from accommodation to zoos, the chat will range across the entire alphabet of topics and issues that are live and happening in Scotland right now. We hope that you’ll join us - there’s ...
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The world of education can be overwhelming and complicated, and it doesn't always have to be that way. Listen in on a multidisciplinary group of lifelong learners while they search for practical, real-life solutions to all things educational. If you're looking for snippets of insight mixed in with laughs, book recommendations, and the alphabet soup of educational jargon, you've made it to the right place.
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Rekindling Relationships is a podcast for couples, singles and parents who want to strengthen and bring more fun into their partnerships as well as create more loving, healthy and strong connections. We explore all the important and difficult topics relevant to relating such as; Intimacy, Communication, Mental Health, Blended Families and dealing with Differences. Bec and Vern live and love in Bendigo, Victoria with their blended family of four teenage children.
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Join Neva Hidajat on Alphabet Soup: A Mental Health & Medicine Podcast, in a series of short and sweet, weekly episodes, we learn about a wide range of topics from cancer to sudoku seizures, health myths, positive ideas for mental health and more that will feed your curiosity! Instagram: @alphabetsoup.podcast https://www.alphasoup.co/ email: neva.hidajat@gmail.com
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A is For is an educational(ish) rampage through the alphabet with Marika Hackman, Gina Miller and Jelly Denniston. You'll learn things you never knew (and never wanted to) as we 'research' a diverse spread of topics one letter at a time. From autopsies to cheese, eels to hangovers, we’ve got it covered. Not for the faint of butt, this podcast will expose you to more than your five-a-day of toilet humour and inane drivel, but you might just learn something fascinating along the way. Produced ...
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Alphabet Publishing is a small, independent publishing company that specializes in textbooks in the area of English language learning and resources for teachers. We believe that a good teacher is resourceful, with a well-stocked toolkit full of ways to elicit, explain, guide, review, encourage and inspire. We help stock that teacher toolkit by providing teachers with books of practical, useful, and research-based activities and techniques. Visit us at alphabetpublishingbooks.com
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As we hit the end of the first season of our podcast, I guess you could say that we are almost ready to “Wind It Up”. But helping us in the finishing stretch this week is our friend, Erik Butterworth. But will he wind up liking the song? Official Video Fan Contest video All New Revue Noah Ginex’s contribution: Noah’s Remix https://drive.google.com/…
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In this episode on The Alphabet Podcast (TAP) I explore the common mental health problem of depression. What causes depression? I introduce the hoodie and the backpack. Different types of depression, Bipolar, perinatal, S.A.D. I introduce WORKPLACE depression, and the problem of presenteeism. Children and depression , a growing problem in school ag…
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"For such a popular, well-known language, English is full of strange, seemingly arbitrary rules. Most people just accept these various idiosyncrasies... but Benjamin Franklin was not most people. In today's classic, listen as Ben and Noel explore Franklin's strange quest to revise the English language by cutting out old letters (and inventing new o…
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Wine 101: “If you like this, try that” tips on finding new wines you’ll love Welcome wine nerds to our series of edutainment videos designed to massively level up your wine knowledge, whether you’re a complete grape novice or have, for many years, harbored a love affair for the world of wine! (To receive a steady stream of great wine information, t…
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In the week that we celebrate the day of Scotland’s Patron Saint, we take a look at the seaside town which bears his name. How it became a pilgrimage route, a centre of religious fervour and then home to the first of our universities, we discuss how this seaside town punches above its weight in terms of global recognition - must be the icecream!…
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Seratonin, satisfaction and slimy hands are just three of the myriad benefits associated with listening to A is For. This week we’re shaking things up with Sleepwalking, Sharks and Shame Any thoughts, comments, corrections, questions, doubts about our dubious demi-facts? Get in touch! We’d love to hear from you about ANYTHING: aisforpodcasts@gmail.…
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To receive a steady stream of great wine information, tips, and tools, make sure you subscribe and ring the bell and we’ll notify you when a new video drops. For even more delicious information on wine, whether you’re a student or an enthusiast, check out Brainscape’s Wine Academy: https://www.brainscape.com/academy/wine/ In this podcast, Brainscap…
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Today's episode is devoted to emotions and feelings. We will learn helpful vocabulary to help you express your feelings in Greek. Also, here's a video in slow Greek from Yiuli's channel, which uses simple examples to help you comprehend the words. Vocabulary: ενθουσιασμένος / -η χαρούμενος/ -η λυπημένος / -η θλιβερός/ -ή θυμωμένος -η αγχωμένος / -η…
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It's Thanksgiving in the United States -- and Thanksgiving is weird! In today's episode, Ben, Noel and Max explore some of the big questions about Thanksgiving: How did the parade become a thing? Why do the Cowboys and the Lions always play? How on Earth did turkey become the traditional main dish? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
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From King to Exile to King Again: The Inside Story of Sam Altman's Whiplash Week OpenAI's Misalignment and Microsoft's Gain – Stratechery by Ben Thompson Ilya Sutskever on X: "I deeply regret my participation in the board's actions. I never intended to harm OpenAI. I love everything we've built together and I will do everything I can to reunite the…
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From King to Exile to King Again: The Inside Story of Sam Altman's Whiplash Week OpenAI's Misalignment and Microsoft's Gain – Stratechery by Ben Thompson Ilya Sutskever on X: "I deeply regret my participation in the board's actions. I never intended to harm OpenAI. I love everything we've built together and I will do everything I can to reunite the…
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It's no secret that politics can often have a dark side -- smoky backrooms, corruption and graft have always had their place in American history. And, amid all the corruption, few institutions are as infamous as Tammany Hall. In today's episode, Ben, Noel and Max dive into the origin, growth, and ultimate collapse of this thoroughly American, thoro…
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Traditionally, private equity companies have created value at the companies they own by taking on debt, restructuring, and exploiting underserved opportunities. But surging interest rates and increased competition have made it much harder to deliver strong returns. Ted Bililies, a partner and managing director of AlixPartners, says private equity l…
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How to tell if a sweet wine has botrytis for WSET tasting exam Looking for a steady stream of delicious wine knowledge? Subscribe and ring the bell and we’ll notify you when Brainscape drops a new wine video. You'll find our in-depth wine guide over at https://www.brainscape.com/academy/wine/. In this podcast, advanced sommeliers Sarah Looper & Nic…
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Bounty Killer (2013) Director: Henry Saine Starring: Matthew Marsden, Kristanna Loken, Christian Pitre It's the seasonal "Alex and Jeff deep dive into the movie" episode. Who doesn't love those extra long ones, right? Alex and Jeff watch a Mad Max "homage." The boys discuss a potential alternate after the fact. The Australian accent comes in full f…
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*TRIGGER WARNING* Discussions around self-harm and suicide. In the second part of this insightful look at depression, I explore MEN and depression. 75% of those that take their own lives are men. Do men even know they are depressed? I introduce self-harm to the podcast. What is self-harm, and how is it used as a coping mechanism? There are upwards …
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In this episode you will learn words to describe someone. We will give you both words to describe someone physically and characteristically. You will also learn how to compare in Greek. you will learn the following words: ψηλός / -ή / ό κοντός/ -ή / ό μεγάλος/ -η / ο μικρός, -ή, -ό όμορφος, -η, -ο ευγενικός/ -ή / -ό φιλικός/ -ή / -ό έξυπνος / -ή / …
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As the railroads tried and failed to control flooding in the Salton Sink, state and federal leaders realized America needed a bigger solution. With the Great Depression in full swing, workers from across the country traveled to Vegas in hopes of working on the Hoover Dam. In the second part of this week's two-part episode, Ben, Noel and Max explore…
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Discussion of upcoming Black Friday sales on Google Pixel phones and tablets Concerns with the Pixel tablet including laggy performance, inability to use independently from dock, and high pricing Leo shares his epiphany on the usefulness of AI for expert systems and personalized agents Demonstration of Leo's custom AI assistants for Lisp and Emacs …
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Discussion of upcoming Black Friday sales on Google Pixel phones and tablets Concerns with the Pixel tablet including laggy performance, inability to use independently from dock, and high pricing Leo shares his epiphany on the usefulness of AI for expert systems and personalized agents Demonstration of Leo's custom AI assistants for Lisp and Emacs …
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In this episode we chat about "Tell Me Why" from "Fearless (Taylor's Version)." We chat about what we like and dislike about the song. Gab goes into how much she relates. Gossip Gab talks about how this song came to be! Hosts: Devin and Gab Sound Design: Devin Johnson-Nieporent and Peter Leigh-Nilsen Theme Song: Devin Johnson-Nieporent, Peter Leigh…
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The next time you're in Vegas, rent a car and spend a day at the Hoover Dam. This towering, larger-than-life marvel of human engineering has fundamentally shaped the United States. But building it was far from easy. In the first part of this two-part series, Ben, Noel and Max recount the guys' adventure exploring the Dam in person... and the sheer,…
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The future of AI goes far beyond individuals using ChatGPT. Companies are now integrating artificial intelligence into all aspects of their businesses. One key player in this transition is Nvidia, the AI-driven computing company, which makes both hardware and software for a range of industries. In this episode, HBR editor in chief Adi Ignatius spea…
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Finding myself with fuses blown as the Israeli war on the people of Gaza builds a macabre momentum, and Western Governments proudly stand by Israel as it executes textbook war crimes and crimes against humanity…… The scale of what’s happening has temporarily blown my fuses, and being painful aware of the need to get programming right and my unprepa…
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The bodies of children killed in an Israeli strike, lie on the floor at the morgue of the Al-Aqsa hospital in Deir Balah in the central Gaza Strip on October 22, 2023, as battles continue between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas group. (Photo by Mahmud HAMS / AFP) (Photo by MAHMUD HAMS/AFP via Getty Images) Hello, good evening. It’s Sunday night. T…
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How to pair wine with dessert Looking for a steady stream of delicious wine knowledge? Subscribe and ring the bell and we’ll notify you when Brainscape drops a new wine video. You'll find our in-depth wine guides over at https://www.brainscape.com/academy/wine/. In this podcast, our partner Sarah Looper, a wine educator/sommelier from NYC, and Nico…
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Bec and Vern chat once again (after a well deserved break) about the assumptions that come up in relationships. We discuss how couples tend to assume that they know how their partner communicates and understands them and these assumptions can lead to miscommunications and disagreements. Check us out on Facebook and YouTube or on our Website…
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Useful words & phrases for this episode: η βοήθεια βοηθάω το ζώο/ τα ζώα χρειάζομαι ζητάω η χάρη ρωτάω η ερώτηση απαντάω η απάντηση έχω μια ερώτηση Μπορώ να σε ρωτήσω κάτι; (formal: Να σε ρωτήσω κάτι;) Μπορώ να σας ρωτήσω κάτι; (formal:Να σας ρωτήσω κάτι;) Μπορείς να με βοηθήσεις; Support the show Like our podcast? You can support us by buying a co…
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Honey is popular around the world, and for good reason. This addictively sweet substance is a common ingredient in hundreds of recipes, and people historically believe it has medicinal properties in addition to, well, being delicious! But in certain areas of the world honey is much more than a sweet ingredient -- it's a disturbingly effective weapo…
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In this hard hitting episode on The Alphabet podcast, I explore the ripple effects of knife crime. In October 2017, Kyron Webb was brutally stabbed to death. in an unprovoked attack, killed for not liking a song, he was only 15 years old. Kyron's mother Rachel Webb discusses candidly her journey through the most complicated of grief, losing a child…
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OpenAI debuts GPTs allowing companies to further optimize GPT-4 for specific domains. Article 45, an EU regulation, will roll back web security by 12 years by banning website fingerprinting used for fraud detection. GM halts production on its Cruise driverless van over safety concerns after recent crashes. The SAG strike continues as negotiations w…
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