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Lilz Martin and Patrick Barry are not music journalists, and are wholly unqualified to conduct criticism of albums that have been infinitely more successful than they could ever hope to achieve. They’re just two local musicians from Massachusetts who have a strange fascination with bad music. From The Shaggs to Attila to Threatin, share their love on Jukebox Zeroes, the podcast that takes a retrospective look at historically-hated albums.
 
Welcome to Exploration Radio, a podcast focusing on the past, present and future of exploration. Featuring interviews and discussions with explorers about the challenges they have faced, what we stand to learn from them and how we can better prepare for the future. Ultimately these are stories about exploration...and the people, places and issues prevalent within it. Come join us and let's explore.
 
Can someone whisper Die Walküre in your ear? With opera, you do not think of whispers or sighs but of strong classical voices in grand, spectacular set pieces. But the composer and game designer David Kanaga has turned Richard Wagner’s famous opera into a podcast. In Die Walküre, the second part of Wagner’s Ring des Nibelungen, the supreme god Wotan punishes his daughter Brünnhilde for not following his orders. He makes her mortal and locks her up in a mountain surrounded by fire. While clos ...
 
Barbarians, political breakdown, economic collapse, mass migration, pillaging and plunder. The fall of the Roman Empire has been studied for years, but genetics, climate science, forensic science, network models, and globalization studies have reshaped our understanding of one of the most important events in human history. PhD historian and specialist Patrick Wyman brings the cutting edge of history to listeners in plain, relatable English.
 
Dan and Sean spend half the podcast talking to guests about the baffling choices they've made in life. The other half is Dan St. Germain and Sean Donnelly yelling at each other like an old married couple that should be divorced. It's not for everybody. Produced (and often co-hosted) by Thomas Attila Lewis.
 
Stereo Palma (Attila Naksi), a powerful and energetic house project have gained huge success in all over the world. Their own productions "Cada Vez", "Dreaming", "Miami Bitch", "Andale" and the 2011 remake of "Lick It. In 2012: Stereo Palma’s new superhit with a legendary voice Craig David – “Our Love” - will be the soul of this summer. Remixed by Mikael Weermets, Myon & Shane 54, Stefano Pain, Malibu Breeze, Vlegel. Played in Spain in Ibiza (El Divino), USA: Miami’s biggest WMC party: Welco ...
 
Fans In Exile is a podcast about baseball hosted by Thomas Attila Lewis and Mark Regester. We love the San Francisco Giants but we love all baseball. We talk to fans of the game, and specifically fans of teams that are far away from where they live and work, hence, Fans In Exile. Join us every week as we talk up game developments and have a chat with a fan or two. We don't talk Sabremetrics or fantasy league stats and picks.
 
Dirty Linen covers the issues the hospitality industry finds hard to share in public - it’s all up for grabs and everything is on the table. Your host is food journalist Dani Valent. For 20 years, Dani has been writing about restaurants and the people who give them life. But she’s an outsider, a critic, a tourist, a fan. Despite hearing the stories and writing the tales, she’s never really understood what happens behind the scenes. Now it’s time to go deep. Dirty Linen sticks to one topic fo ...
 
“THE study of history, like the study of a landscape, should begin with the most conspicuous features. Not until these have been fixed in memory will the lesser features fall into their appropriate places and assume their right proportions. The famous men of ancient and modern times are the mountain peaks of history. It is logical then that the study of history should begin with the biographies of these men. Not only is it logical; it is also pedagogical. Experience has proven that in order ...
 
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Dirty Linen heads to western Sydney to talk to Pazar Food Collective's Attila Yilmaz. With the city in lockdown, things are tough and the light at the end of the tunnel isn't exactly blinding him. We talk about leadership, inconsistencies and policing - Attila is an ex-cop and he has some views. Despite all the uncertainty, he's managing to stay op…
 
Mayhem vocalist Attila Csihar guests this week to discuss the band’s new EP, Atavistic Black Disorder/Kommando, which consists of three new originals and four classic punk covers. Attila shares the punk rock albums that shaped him in his youth, how he had to smuggle music into communist Hungary while growing up there in the early ’80s, his first ti…
 
Mayhem vocalist Attila Csihar guests this week to discuss the band's new EP, Atavistic Black Disorder/Kommando, which consists of three new originals and four classic punk covers. Attila shares the punk rock albums that shaped him in his youth, how he had to smuggle music into communist Hungary while growing up there in the early '80s, his first ti…
 
From one lockdown to another: Melbourne to Johannesburg. We talk to OG food blogger Ed Charles, who now lives in South Africa where society is fraying, food security is fragile and COVID cases are rising. We also talk food media and the early days of influencers and Ed shares his perspective from afar on the difficult times Australian hospitality i…
 
Dirty Linen chatted to outspoken Seattle chef Eric Rivera way back in episode 10. With the US reopening, It's time to check back and see what's happening at Eric's indie restaurant. Addo is open to small numbers of vaccinated diners, the menu changes daily and Eric is enjoying feeding customers in person. But he's also fighting hard - and frustrate…
 
As with most acts who experienced their greatest triumphs in the 1960s and 1970s, the Beach Boys stumbled embarrassingly and ungracefully into the 1980s and beyond. The lushly orchestrated and deeply emotional chamber pop of Brian Wilson was long in the rear view mirror, as the group's former lead songwriter and arranger found himself detached furt…
 
At the end of all of our interviews, Steve and I always ask our guests two questions: what is something they think that needs to live and what is something that needs to die in the mining industry? We thought it would be interesting to put together some of these responses we have received to those questions over the years. So on this episode of Ide…
 
We head to Victoria's Yarra Valley to talk to chef Grant Flack. As well as all the lockdowns, his crew at Balgownie Estate also had to deal with the restaurant burning down last winter. As part of a project to keep chins up and minds ticking, Grant is making sure his team look beyond the immediate crisis to a bright future: a new dining room on the…
 
Dirty Linen clocks up 250 episodes with an inspiring and fortifying chat with Paolo Arlotta. The Italian chef started his Australian cooking career at Vue de monde but it was a step sideways to social enterprise Kinfolk Cafe that opened his mind to a new direction. He opened vegetarian, sustainable-minded, small-scale Riso Diner during Melbourne's …
 
Periphery mastermind Misha Mansoor is back on the podcast this week! Our conversation centers around his new solo album, Moderately Fast, Adequately Furious, releasing ten albums worth of Bulb archives last year, whether he ever plans to perform the Bulb material live, collaborating with his brother, and the trouble with getting honest feedback fro…
 
Periphery mastermind Misha Mansoor is back on the podcast this week! Our conversation centers around his new solo album, Moderately Fast, Adequately Furious, releasing ten albums worth of Bulb archives last year, whether he ever plans to perform the Bulb material live, collaborating with his brother, and the trouble with getting honest feedback fro…
 
SUPERMAN MOVIE MINUTE - Richard DonnerChris and Rob pause their look at SUPERMAN III to pay tribute to the late, great Richard Donner.Join the conversation and find more great content:MOVIES BY MINUTES – http://moviesbyminutes.comE-MAIL: firewaterpodcast@comcast.netYou can find SUPERMAN MOVIE MINUTE on these platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podca…
 
Julian Hills is not loving Melbourne's 5th lockdown: it's tough on him and his staff at Navi and Zymurgy in Melbourne's inner west. The mental health implications are significant, not least because it's impossible to see a clear path forward that doesn't involve more disruptions to business and creative flow. https://www.restaurantnavi.com.au Follo…
 
In our tenth episode of YepCast, together with Andrey Blosh, we dive into the Pop traffic world and its secret. Andrey has almost a decade of experience in the field and is currently the Business Development Strategist at PropellerAds, a leading Pop & Push traffic AdNetwork. Together with him we cover the following topics: Why Pop traffic is known …
 
Melbourne joins Sydney in lockdown so Dirty Linen talks pasta and positivity with Pino's Vino E Cucina chef Cristiano Patacca. Why is pasta the ultimate comfort food? How do you stay upbeat and hopeful when times are tough? And what is it like being so far from your birth country when it's going through extremely hard times? https://www.pinosvinoec…
 
At the end of all of our interviews, Steve and I always ask our guests two questions: what is something they think that needs to live and what is something that needs to die in the mining industry? We thought it would be interesting to put together some of these responses we have received to those questions over the years. So on this episode of Ide…
 
We head to Brisbane to talk to Andy Ashby, owner of C'est Bon. It's Bastille Day and he has a huge day ahead at the French restaurant he took on just before the pandemic swept in. We discuss New Zealand baking, time working with Scott Pickett, strategies for shepherding staff through COVID and how he's brought knowledge from hotels and resorts to h…
 
Comedian Jennifer Wong's new iView show Chopsticks or Fork? visits regional Chinese Australian restaurants, finding out their stories and the secrets behind their deep-fried ice cream, prawn cutlets and sizzling beef. The tone is warm, generous and light-hearted but there's important anti-racist work in here too.. https://jenniferwong.com.au Follow…
 
We're talking mental health and hospitality with psychologist Rhonda Andrews, Managing Director of Barrington Centre. Rhonda has researched the hospitality industry's challenges around mental wellbeing and has developed a framework for discussing and solving them. Her approach is multifaceted, ranging from the very specific and small (have a shower…
 
We head to locked down Wollongong to chat to Jerusalem 'Sara' Taddesse. With her market stall on hold and catering business closed, Sara is bunkered down with family. We talk about Ethiopian cuisine, her hopes and ambitions for her business, and her desire to share the joy and traditions of her culture. https://www.instagram.com/ethiopian_cuisine_w…
 
In this episode, we look at the life of a founding father whose name might be ringing in your ears...Alexander Hamiton! In our first interlude, we meet a teenage, business-savvy Alexander, and see how he runs an international shipping empire. Next, Mark walks us through Hamilton's fascinating and turbulent life. Mark touches on Alexander's soul-cru…
 
Yamatji-Noongar woman Sharon Brindley owns Cooee Cafe and Jala Jala Treats. We talk about life as an Aboriginal business owner: what are the challenges, joys and preconceptions faced. We're talking during NAIDOC week, a spotlit opportunity for reconciliation in action. https://www.cooeecafeandcatering.com.au/index.php Follow Dirty Linen on Instagra…
 
When the pandemic hit Australia, Andrea Vignali was a chef at Grossi Florentino on a sponsorship visa. Suddenly out of work, he started Al Dente, a pasta delivery hustle which has now turned into a real life restaurant. It's been hard - the visa stuff sucks - but Andrea's rule in life is to look beyond the problems to the possibilities. He digs the…
 
Adam Dutkiewicz of Killswitch Engage and Times of Grace is our guest this week! We talk about the new Times of Grace album, Songs of Loss and Separation, their first in 10 years, and reflect on its predecessor, The Hymn of a Broken Man. Adam shares his thoughts on the importance of keeping his mind busy during dark times, working on music videos wi…
 
Adam Dutkiewicz of Killswitch Engage and Times of Grace is our guest this week! We talk about the new Times of Grace album, Songs of Loss and Separation, their first in 10 years, and reflect on its predecessor, The Hymn of a Broken Man. Adam shares his thoughts on the importance of keeping his mind busy during dark times, working on music videos wi…
 
Dirty Linen heads underground, into Melbourne's Campbell Arcade subway to chat to Courtney Patterson, co-owner of Cup of Truth espresso bar. With $6000 needed to repair their coffee machine and money very tight, Cup of Truth reached out to their regulars and were overwhelmed by the response. https://www.goodfood.com.au/eat-out/news/completely-overw…
 
SUPERMAN III MOVIE MINUTE #11 - Heavy TrafficFire and Water Network All-Stars Chris Franklin and Rob Kelly are back with SUPERMAN III MOVIE MINUTE, where they analyze, scrutinize, and you'll-believe-a-man-can-fly-ize the Man of Steel's third big screen adventure starring Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Annette O'Toole, and Robert Vaughn, five min…
 
The First Crusade was a spectacular success for the Christian armies. During this time the Byzantine Empire entered a golden age known as the Komnenian Restoration. However, with the fall of Edessa in 1144, the Islamic world begins to coalesce. Zengi and his son Nur ad Din create a powerful state. But despite their successes, they would be overshad…
 
With Melbourne in the very unusual state of being open while much of the rest of Australia is in lockdown, we check in with Port Melbourne publican Anna Streater. Anna's Prince Alfred pub battled through four lockdowns with humbling support from its regulars but is now facing a new challenge: an anti-vax pile-on that's made her feel vulnerable and …
 
Prolific death metal drummer and multi-instrumentalist Hannes Grossmann is our guest! We discuss the recruitment process for his latest solo album, To Where The Light Retreats, the role he takes on as composer for his own material, how Tori Amos inspired a song on the new record, the story behind the hand-drawn cover artwork, how the songs on his f…
 
Prolific death metal drummer and multi-instrumentalist Hannes Grossmann is our guest! We discuss the recruitment process for his latest solo album, To Where The Light Retreats, the role he takes on as composer for his own material, how Tori Amos inspired a song on the new record, the story behind the hand-drawn cover artwork, how the songs on his f…
 
Just as he was about to open Margaret, the Double Bay restaurant that brought him out of a five-minute retirement, Neil Perry had to close it down. We talk about lockdown, perspective, the courage in simplicity and the challenges and pleasures of running restaurants with compliance and work-life balance in mind. https://www.margaretdoublebay.com Fo…
 
Caterers have had a super tough time during the pandemic, operating at the junction of arts, entertainment and hospitality. We chat to Sydney caterer Peter McCloskey, owner and founder of The Fresh Collective, which runs events in public institutions such as Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art and Brisbane's Queensland Museum. The pandemic has push…
 
With Sydney in lockdown, we chat to Jarrod Walsh, owner of Hartsyard in Newtown. The fire-focused restaurant got ahead of the city-wide lockdown, closing early and shifting to takeaway as cancellations rolled in. The first weekend of take-home meals has been a success and if it's just two weeks, Jarrod reckons it will be OK. Fingers crossed... http…
 
Episode 4: Kisses in the Night Siegmund, all alone and desperate, discovers the sword his father had left for him in the ash tree. With her husband Hunding fast asleep, Sieglinde re-enters the room. The two indulge in their incestuous desire. Note: to hear Soft Valkyrie with live English, German or Dutch subtitles, please go to Youtube. The librett…
 
In this week's episode, we take to the skies! In our opening diary, we travel to Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, where a lifeguard witnesses flight history while helping the Wright brothers. Mark then discusses the brother's strong bond, ingenuity, and obsession with flight. We also witness triumph and tragedy during the world's first aerial exhibition…
 
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