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Created by Neil Gershon and Andrew Maiorano, this comedic audio play podcast chronicles the misadventures of our titular detective Danny Spajamas as he takes on cases to pay off his debt to his landlord. Inspired by Mel Brooks, The Zucker Brothers, and Steve Martin, this audio cartoon parodies classic noir radio shows and turns the genre on its head. Narrated by Spajamas himself, let him guide you through the most visual podcast you'll ever listen to!
 
On the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio, every day we feature a different detective program. Our current line-up is Box 13, Dick Tracy, The Man Called X, Mystery is My Hobby, Yours Truly Johnny Dollar, and T-Man. Podcast Award nominated Host Adam Graham has been your guide through each series since 2009 as he provides insightful commentary and humor after each episode as well as responding to listener questions and feedback.
 
Edmonton comedian and former radio talk show host Andrew Grose and his wife Carole discuss slice of life topics, current events and share personal stories. Regular segments include answers to listener questions, "The Big Blue Folder" of odd news stories and studies, "How Smart is Carole?", "Dick of the Week" and opinion with "What Does Kevin Think?". All episodes are light, fun, and entertaining.
 
CRiiiME is a show about lawbreakers from comedians Rich Slaton and Jon Shefsky. Each week the guys are joined by hilarious guests as they examine crimes from throughout world history. Follow us on social media @CRiiiMEPOD and email crimepodcast@gmail.com with any story suggestions, questions or dick pics for Shefsky because he totally loves them. Taped in the dungeon at the World Famous Comedy Store.
 
Each Monday night at 6 pm eastern watch Andrew and Jessica Zarian discuss everything that happened on the CBS hit reality show “Big Brother”. This specialty show will throw you inside the house with discussion focused around the HOH competition, the POV and of course the elimination ceremony! Past guest include BB winner, Evel Dick. Follow along as Andrew and Jessica dive into America’s favorite guilty pleasure.
 
Hall of Fame boxing commentator and trainer to 18 world champion fighters, Teddy Atlas shares his views on all things boxing. In addition to giving fight analysis, predictions, and a look at what’s happening behind the scenes in the boxing world, Teddy connects the tenets and lessons learned inside the ring to broader application in life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Sermons from the Sunday Morning service at St Helen's. These are usually expository sermons of 35-45 minutes in length (including the Bible reading), and are usually part of a series covering all or part of a Bible book. Occasionally (2 or 3 times per year) there is an all-age service with a short, simple Bible talk, but for the most part sermons are aimed at adults. Speakers include William Taylor, Dick Lucas, Paul Clarke, Andrew Sach, Charlie Skrine
 
Talks from the Thursday lunchtime gathering at St Helen's, given to an audience composed mainly of people working in the City of London. Speakers include William Taylor, Dick Lucas, Mark O'Donoghue, Paul Clarke, Andrew Sach and others. Talks are usually 25 minutes long (including the scripture reading), and are typically followed by a question/answer session lasting 10 minutes.
 
A podcast dedicated to doing the work it takes to dig up the pop culture gold. Every weekend join Aaron Dicer, Andrew Ormsby, and a rotating group of guest gurus, as they review the latest films and dig through pop culture looking for treasure! Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
 
A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
 
It’s the most powerful position in American politics—and arguably, the world. But behind the oath to preserve, protect and defend, lie dark secrets posed to leave some legacies in disgrace. Uncover the most damning details surrounding history’s most high-profile leaders in the Spotify Original from Parcast, Very Presidential with Ashley Flowers. Every Tuesday through the 2020 election, host Ashley Flowers shines a light on the darker side of the American presidency… From torrid love affairs ...
 
Such Good Words is a comedy podcast where two friends discover and discuss Xena: Warrior Princess, the 90s hit television show, as they venture through the series as first time Xena viewers. Every other week, Dominique and Andrew talk you through each episode, covering the highlights, the goofs, the sociology of brarbrarian life, the perverse, the filth - ensuring that both new comers and die-hard fans of the series learn the ultimate Chakram toss tactics, and have a sticky, goof-soaked good ...
 
NSFW. 21 year old virgin. 25 year old slut. (Sexually Liberated Uninhibited Tramp) One night I came home and saw my roommate Andrew Barbato drinking a small bottle of cheap whiskey and reading my journal! My journal contained intimate details about my sex life. Before I could rip his head off, he shouted, "THIS MUST BE A PODCAST!" And so it began.
 
Best of the Underground music (mostly rock music). Holy Crap Records' editors John and Cinnamon Kennedy review the best five submissions from unsigned bands that we have received each week. The music in this podcast comes to you courtesy of the artists themselves, and it tends to be excellent. The editors talk about what we especially like about each song, and tell you trivia that we may have about the artists. We also interview musicians each week, and talk a bit about the music industry an ...
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
Thought-provoking videos about life and being human, with ideas from business leaders, psychologists and researchers speaking onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
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I could well be preaching to the deaf here, especially given the Ipsos poll out this week that claims 75 percent of us love the border being shut. 75 percent of us also love wearing masks, which does seem the oddest thing in an already odd year, given we don’t have Covid. It’s literally got so batty and bad I bet many of those mask wearers would sa…
 
AG Barr is a coward, Team of Cyber Experts, Major Allegation. Sebastian Gorka, Glenn Beck. AG Barr is a coward. Sebastian Gorka on AMERICA First Major Allegation From Arizona Hearing: 35,000 Fraudulent Votes; Trump Ballots Switched to Biden? Why Cyber Experts Are Checking Fraud in These Six Counties AG Barr is a coward. Sebastian Gorka on AMERICA F…
 
The dramatic escalation of tension between Australia and China this week has raised questions about what China’s endgame is. Relations dropped to a new low on Monday after Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian tweeted a “repugnant” fake image of an Australian soldier holding a knife at the throat of an Afghan child, drawing condemnation fr…
 
People want Christmas to come even earlier this year. Christmas pines are flying out the door as people are determined to have a good festive season, in spite of the pandemic. Owner of Misa Christmas Trees in Auckland, Michael Fuyala told Mike Hosking his tree farm is always busy - but online sales have exploded. He's never seen anything like it. "…
 
Travel bubble talks between New Zealand and Australia continue. Western Australia is reopening its borders to Victoria and New South Wales on December 8. South Australia remains in the medium risk category until at least December 11. Tourism Minister Stuart Nash told Mike Hosking that both countries are taking a risk-based approach, to get things r…
 
On June 19 Matthew Hunt was meant to have dinner with his mother Diane after work. But he never made it. Several hours after he put on his beloved blue uniform, Constable Matthew Hunt was dead - gunned down in an Auckland street while attending a routine traffic stop. Today (Wednesday) his mother will present a petition to Parliament in his name an…
 
It really is a stellar array of festive treats, isn't it? Well worth turning out on that middle Saturday of October to give the Labour Party three more glorious years to micro-manage their way out of this global pandemic. So happy were we with the crash and burn, lock the door, throw away the key approach they had adopted up until that point. And y…
 
The next few weeks will likely see a lot of action as U.S. regulators assess COVID-19 vaccines and state officials get ready to start giving the shots to people. Shots for at most 20 million people are expected by year’s end. A timeline of what to expect in the coming days: — Dec. 1: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory committee vot…
 
Health Minister Andrew Little says young people taking drugs at festivals aren't bad people and should have access to advice and testing to make it safer. Health Minister Andrew Little revealed yesterday morning that the Government will pass an urgent law to provide legal breathing space for drug-checking in time for the summer festival season. Lit…
 
Thousands of seaside homes around New Zealand could face soaring insurance premiums - or even have some cover pulled altogether - within 15 years. That's the stark warning from a major new report assessing how insurers might be forced to confront the nation's increasing exposure to rising seas - sparking pleas for urgent Government action. National…
 
Argentina Rugby Union has revoked Pablo Matera's captaincy, following revelations of historical tweets that were deemed offensive. In a quick response from the governing body, Matera along with two other players Guido Petti and Santiago Socino have also been suspended from the national team, until a disciplinary situation is defined. It means all t…
 
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has renewed calls for Australians to boycott Chinese products this Christmas, as relations between the two countries plunge to new lows. “You might think it’s awfully hard, yes it is hard, I get it,” Ms Hanson said in a Facebook video on Monday night. “We all have our part to play in this. Think about it when you bu…
 
John changes the weather. Boneheads vs nerds. Should goth people live at the beach? Plus, and more importantly, great music. (All podcasts and reviews are on www.hlycrp.com, and you can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and Spotify, and Apple Podcasts.)By cinnamon kennedy, jp kennedy, john kennedy
 
Dennis Prager -The Collapse of Parenting: How We Hurt Our Kids When We Treat Them Like Grown-Ups About the book- The Collapse of Parenting: How We Hurt Our Kids When We Treat Them Like Grown-Ups by Leonard Sax In this New York Times bestseller, one of America's premier child psychologists offers a must-read account of the dismal state of parenting …
 
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A man insists he didn’t murder his wife…even though he’d been planning to. Original Air Date: September 9, 1954 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By Adam Graham
 
There should be a rule: you get to ask for something once, but then that’s it. The feebaters are back. The people who want you to pay for their cars. Julie Anne Genter, back when she was in charge of stuff - mainly nutty ideas – thought this one was spectacular. The fee bate would mean that the electric car would be discounted because the petrol ca…
 
Lawmakers from French President Emmanuel Macron's party will rewrite the most criticized article of a proposed security law, involving a measure aimed at banning the publication of images of police officers with intent to cause them harm. The move comes after tens of thousands of protesters marched Saturday in Paris and across the country to reject…
 
New research has shown Covid-19 has reduced our emotional connection to sport. It's partially because players and teams have been out of sight and out of mind, and people haven't been able to play themselves. The research is Australian, but did include Kiwis. And with recent All Black tests not selling out, it seems a similar trend can be found her…
 
Black Friday sales have turned the table on 2020 spending. The annual Black Friday shopping festival was strong for 2020, despite Covid19. Spending is up 25 per cent for the month of November, and 3 per cent for the year. However Retail NZ Chief Executive Greg Harford says the surge isn't evenly spread. “There are some businesses that are doing ver…
 
Stunning Election Anomalies You Must Hear - The Dan Bongino Show Dan Bongino https://youtu.be/XOs_aDbzdCc For show notes, visit https://bongino.com/ep-1403-stunning-... This show is brought to you by Express VPN https://www.expressvpn.com/bongino In this episode, I discuss a series of astonishing election data abnormalities which will leave you spe…
 
If there was a rockstar of the art world in New Zealand, Dick Frizzell would be it. His works have been showcased in galleries around the world. Now, he's got his latest book out, where takes on this history of Western art by repainting it. It's titled Me, According to the History of Art. Dick Frizzell joined Mike Hosking in studio to talk about hi…
 
The Electoral commission has released its writ for the 2020 election, officially ending the election process. It reveals a jump in voting numbers across the board - with the biggest increase among 30-to-34 year olds. Voters aged 18 to 24 rose 18 percent. 18 year old William Wood was National's Palmerston North candidate. He told Mike Hosking the in…
 
Global consumer goods giant Unilever is to trial a four-day working week in its New Zealand arm ahead of a potential roll-out to its more than 165,000 workers. Nick Bangs, chief executive of Unilever New Zealand, said from Monday its 81 staff would begin working four days a week while being paid for five - and no, that won't mean its workers will b…
 
Could it just be we are a bit of a myth? Or our sense of our place in the world is a bit invented? One of the more interesting reports has arrived this week. It's done by NZIER for the Productivity Commission. It's looked into our policies around attracting highly productive and top shelf migrants. The highly skilled, and the very entrepreneurial. …
 
Some families who lost loved ones in the Whakaari/White Island eruption have welcomed news of charges being laid over the tragedy. However, one family believe their loved one would have been "hugely disappointed" by the prosecutions. WorkSafe NZ has laid criminal charges against 10 organisations and three individuals following the eruption that cla…
 
Britain has it has secured 2 million more doses of a promising coronavirus vaccine as it gears up to launch within days the country's most ambitious inoculation program in decades. The U.K. has had Europe’s deadliest coronavirus outbreak, with more than 58,000 confirmed virus-related deaths. It now hopes to hit a more positive milestone by becoming…
 
A health and safety lawyer thinks adventure tourism will continue after the Worksafe Whakaari White Island court case. Worksafe is charging 13 parties in relation to the eruption last December that claimed 22 lives. A court date is set for December 15. Duncan Cotterill partner Olivia Lund told Mike Hosking a guilty verdict wouldn't necessarily impa…
 
The Government will start the process of giving every New Zealander an extra five days of sick leave a year before Parliament adjourns for the summer break. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the move shows the Government is getting "down to business" when it comes to implementing its pre-election policies. As well as the new sick leave rules, Arde…
 
The Permission Society: How the Ruling Class Turns Our Freedoms into Privileges and What We Can Do About It by Timothy Sandefur. ACU Archive. This is an encore presentation of a past ACU Show. Throughout history, kings and emperors have promised “freedoms” to their people. Yet these freedoms were really only permissions handed down from on high. Th…
 
What a deflating experience it was Friday reading watching listening to all those in the horticulture industry responding to the government’s 2,000 Recognised Seasonal worker decision. The manipulation I would like to think hasn’t passed most of us by. The shabby and shoddy way these farmers are being treated is really an outrage dressed up as a so…
 
A returning Kiwi has used her time in MIQ to raise 1.2 million pounds towards a new shared-bike scheme. The app, HumanForest, allows users to unlock a bike and ride for ten minutes for free, in return for ads shown in the app when it opens. It's co-founded by Caroline Seton, a Kiwi who's returning from overseas and currently crowd-funding for the c…
 
If it's true that you should leave on a high, then Tim Southee and his test-playing compatriots are getting out at the right time. The Black Caps crushed the West Indies at Bay Oval to take an unassailable lead in the three-match T20 series that finishes tonight. Southee won't be there – he's leaving along with Ross Taylor and Kyle Jamieson to prep…
 
The good news on the Royal Commission's report into the Christchurch shootings is that we get to see the detail in a bit over a week. The worrying thing is a lot of it will be suppressed for 30 years. Some of it because it makes sense to, but surely questions are going to be raised if we don’t get the answers we want. The most important thing is fo…
 
A coronial inquest into six sudden epilepsy deaths will hopefully give families the answers they need. It comes after New Zealand's drug buying agency Pharmac faced criticism for switching the brand of the drug, known as Logem, affecting 11,00 patients. Families believe the drug change was the cause of these deaths. Bella Gubay, whose child has epi…
 
Responding to importers' calls for help, Northport is talking to shipping lines about how it could ease Auckland's port imports logjam, a predicament it says highlights Northland's importance in a strong supply chain. Chairman Murray Jagger said the natural, deepwater port south of Whangarei has the capability now, and the potential for growth, to …
 
Heat records are set to be broken in Queensland this week as a severe heatwave rocks southern parts of the state. Temperatures are expected to hit the mid-40s across much of Queensland’s southern inland regions on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with Birdsville expected to reach 47C and towns such as Goondiwindi and Cunnamulla heading for a top of 4…
 
The nation's top infectious disease expert said Sunday that the U.S. may see "surge upon a surge" of the coronavirus in the weeks after Thanksgiving, and he does not expect current recommendations around social distancing to be relaxed before Christmas. Meanwhile, in a major reversal, New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio said the nation's largest scho…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the timetable for a vaccination against Covid-19 in New Zealand was looking like a March date - but not everyone would get a jab at the same time. She said details of the timing would take place later in the month. "At this point, our expectation that we've been running to is more around the March date," said Arde…
 
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