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Best Battalion podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Battalion podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Exposing Lies † Sharing TruthFrom the political to the paranormal and economics to the esoteric, we cover it.Anti-Transhuman, Conscious Media & Alternative News, Occult Information, Truth Seeking Artist - Find Us On YouTube & SubscribeWebsite: http://factionsoffreedom.jimdo.com/Email: FreedomsFaction@Gmail.comInstagram: @Freedom_Faction, @Freedoms_FactionFaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/factionsoffreedom/Twitter: @FreedomsFaction, @NoizceEraDonate: https://www.paypal.me/noizceeraParadox Ra ...
 
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Civilianization
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Every service member will get out of the military one way or another. This is a show about those that did or are serving, lessons learned & the tales to be told. Tall tales of the battle field, stories of the high seas. The mission in every episode is to be inform and entertain. Most importantly help our brothers and sisters. So Dig in join the fight, then pop smoke til next time.
 
Season 01: NOT FORGOTTEN. Marines and Sailors who served with 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines during the 2008 deployment to Afghanistan.
 
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The Battalion
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The official Soundcloud of The Battalion: The independent student voice of Texas A&M reporting on all news concerning Aggies since 1893.
 
This podcast focuses on issues with our current education system and ways we can empower students, educators, and anyone who cares about education. Shouldn’t people be put before profits? Shouldn’t our children be educated to grow and learn instead of being treated like the means to the financial gain of those in power? If you agree with this so called “radical” and “revolutionary” perspective, you’ve come to the right place! Join educators Gord Milstone and John Battalion as they call out s ...
 
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The Truth
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THE TRUTH makes movies for your ears. They're short stories that are sometimes dark, sometimes funny, and always intriguing. Every story is different, but they all take you to unexpected places using only sound. If you're new, some good starting places are: Silvia's Blood, That's Democracy, Moon Graffiti, Tape Delay, or whatever's most recent. Listening with headphones is encouraged! We're a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX.
 
Join the cadets of Battalion-13 on their journey as they learn to use their special abilities to fight untold horrors in an attempt to keep peace in the Alliance of Dimensions.
 
Fresh mixes from Hardstyle Battalion DJ's, guaranteed to blow your mind away!
 
This is the Battalion Blog Podcast hosted by the voice of the Battalion Matthew Sookram
 
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First to Strike
Monthly
 
 
ODST 4th Battalion Podcast
 
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Web of Life
Monthly
 
Sally Buds had scarcely arrived on Earth before she is called back into service. She is, of course, Earth’s only real expert on the evil Masters on New Ontario, but now there may be trouble coming from this side of the fold! A Japanese ship representing the Asian Economic Alliance is now heading towards the fold and UN Command fears that they may be trying to forge an alliance with the Masters. This time Sally’s crew includes a battalion of soldiers armed with deadly weapons. But, as before, ...
 
Joseph T. Dearinger was born September 29, 1931 in Galveston, Texas. When he was 19 years old, he served in the 1st Marine Division: 1st Battalion: 7th Marine Regiment: B Company during the Korean War. He received a purple heart during the 1950 conflict in the Chosen Reservoir. He served as a pastor in Mesquite, Texas; Kim and Boulder, Colorado; Rock Springs, Wyoming; Paris, Texas and Swink, Colorado.
 
RNZ daily and weekly programmes
 
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School of Schlock
Monthly+
 
A twice-monthly podcast for B-movie discussion. Every episode focuses on a specific cheesy, schlocky film which we dissect, discuss, and laugh at.
 
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It's a Conspiracy!
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“It’s a Conspiracy!” The podcast where we lay out the beliefs behind selected conspiracy theories, alternative accounts, legends, myths and more. We will do our best to explain these without offering opinions on validity, accuracy, etc until the end of the episode where we will give a brief opinion or comment on each.
 
In this podcast, RJ Sharat celebrates the unsung heroes who bring a huge difference to our lives. Tune in for a weekly dose of positivity. This is a Fever FM production, brought to you by HT smartcast.
 
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His Simple Truths
Monthly
 
Welcome to His Simple Truths Podcast Series! This series of podcast is designed to be a resource to help others filter out the noise of the temporal world, learn to understand who they really are, and become one with Jesus Christ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hissimpletruths/support
 
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Permanentrelegation
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Permanent Relegation comprise of friends, Andy Baumgartner and Christopher Ball. We are just two friends that decided to put our thoughts and drivel online. We love beer, food, and sports. We are crass, brash, self anointed hilarious, and we hold nothing back. Our love of our city and teams teeters on fanatical and we are ok with that. We represent, with passion, The Brickyard Battalion as the voice for the supporter group. Indy Eleven is our main focus, but local food and beverage are topic ...
 
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It's a Conspiracy!
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“It’s a Conspiracy!” The podcast where we lay out the beliefs behind selected conspiracy theories, alternative accounts, legends, myths and more. We will do our best to explain these without offering opinions on validity, accuracy, etc until the end of the episode where we will give a brief opinion or comment on each.
 
News, discussion, features and ideas until midday.
 
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Moving Forward
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Active, engaged citizens, fighting for progressive values, help make our democracy stronger. In the Moving Forward podcast, you’ll hear about the contributions these engaged citizens make to address the challenges that face us. Host Kate Sanner interviews candidates, community leaders, community activists, and elected officials on a number of civic, political and social justice topics.
 
Veterans Chronicles tells the stories of America's greatest heroes in their own words.
 
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FDNY Pro
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The FDNY Pro podcast brings together professionals and experts in the field of Fire and EMS, offering their firsthand knowledge and experience. Hear from the pros as they discuss what they’ve learned on the front lines.
 
What's new and exciting in the world of Pokemon GO? Listen to weekly episodes of GoCast: a Pokemon GO Podcast to find out!
 
WWI Centennial News - The Doughboy Podcast is about what happened 100 years ago during and after the War that changed the world and how those changes still echo in our daily lives.
 
The Battles of the First World War Podcast is a new podcast that looks to go in-depth into the battles of the Great War of 1914-1918. The goal is to really go into the details of how and why these battles unfolded and happened as they did. In telling the narrative of these clashes we can revisit some of the stories of the men and women who lived, fought, and died during the first titanic struggle of the 20th Century, for these people have stories that deserve to be told.
 
The game where no one wins. Every week using a number generator and the Rate Your Music punk charts, we pick a year, an album and an EP at random to discuss.
 
From a cabin back in the mountains of Tennessee, forty-eight miles from the railroad, a young man went to the World War. He was untutored in the ways of the world. Caught by the enemy in the cove of a hill in the Forest of Argonne, he did not run; but sank into the bushes and single-handed fought a battalion of German machine gunners until he made them come down that hill to him with their hands in air. There were one hundred and thirty-two of them left, and he marched them, prisoners, into ...
 
The Battles of the First World War Podcast is a new podcast that looks to go in-depth into the battles of the Great War of 1914-1918. The goal is to really go into the details of how and why these battles unfolded and happened as they did. In telling the narrative of these clashes we can revisit some of the stories of the men and women who lived, fought, and died during the first titanic struggle of the 20th Century, for these people have stories that deserve to be told.
 
Our purpose is to document the history of the American fire service by interviewing retired firefighters .
 
This podcast tells the story of the many significant contributions of African American members of the U.S. Air Force.
 
A collection of talks and articles by Thomas S. Monson
 
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Silah Report
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Silah Report is a non-commercial research project exploring contemporary and historical small arms & light weapons in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA), and Central Asia regions. A project of Armament Research Services (ARES), Silah Report is committed to producing original, regionally focused content. Silah is the Turkish word for ‘weapon’, coming from the Arabic and Farsi, “سلاح”. Silah Report is committed to producing timely, regionally focused content that educates our readership abo ...
 
Scripture Stories is a weekly radio series, designed to inspire children to come to know and love stories from the scriptures. Each episode features children sharing their insights from and favorite experiences with the scriptures, along with music and readings of great stories from the scriptures.
 
Featuring: @instagram or @twitter DM: Allen Chan @TragicMoustache Sebastian - Thomas A. Koch @QuestsandChaos Kofax - Grant Corvin @JackRhien EO - Aubri McCoy @luthienthefair Qora - Sailaksmhi Moorthy @sailaksmimoorthy Chester - Christopher Denise @localcinematic Watch live Sundays at 2pm pst at https://www.twitch.tv/questsandchaos Music and sound by http://www.syrinscape.com Don't for get to check out Waterdeep: Dragon Heist on Tuesdays at 7pm pst!
 
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Reverend J and Me
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Stories of World War I warfare, published in 1916 in the midst of the war. (That's why names of persons and units are literally "blanked" out.) Alec John Dawson (1872 - 1951), generally known as A. J. Dawson (pseudonyms Major Dawson, Howard Kerr, Nicholas Freydon) was an English author, traveller and novelist. During World War I he attained the rank of Major, and was awarded the MBE and Croix de Guerre in recognition of his work as a military propagandist, a work the listener may want to kee ...
 
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Jennifer Mallinson only ever intended to spend a year or so in Italy, in the early 1970s but she fell in love with it and spent her life there. She began to wonder what happened to the 14,000 New Zealand soldiers who arrived in Italy in 1944 and spent 20 months fighting in Italy's mountainous areas, so she followed their path from Taranto to Tr ...…
 
As World War II in Europe unfolded, the U.S. Army encountered a massive backlog of mail for the troops. Officers knew that no mail for meant low morale, so the 6888 Central Postal Directory Battalion was born. This unit of African-American women in the Army was was sent to Birmingham, England, and tasked with organizing a three-year pile of mai ...…
 
This week we return to the year 1982 to talk British punk and American hardcore. Up first is Crass' Christ: The Album, then we discuss Fighting Boys by Battalion of Saints. Songs featured on this episode: Jawbox - Jackpot Plus Bad Brains - Attitude Misfits - I Turned into a Martian Dead Kennedys - I Am the Owl Descendents - Suburban Home X - Th ...…
 
Italy-based Jennifer Mallinson began to wonder what happened to the 14,000 New Zealand soldiers who arrived in Italy in 1944 and spent 20 months fighting in Italy's mountainous areas. Her book From Taranto to Trieste follows their path.
 
It's been 50 years since the infamous December 6, 1969 free concert by the Rolling Stones at Altamont. Joel Selvin is the author of the book Altamont: The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels, and the Inside Story of Rock's Darkest Day.
 
It's been 50 years since the infamous December 6, 1969 free concert by the Rolling Stones at Altamont. Joel Selvin is the author of the book Altamont: The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels, and the Inside Story of Rock's Darkest Day.
 
Professor Matthew Kanan from Stanford University is the scientist who can show us part of our future, perhaps, in the age of global warming - catalytically converting CO2 into fuels and chemical building blocks.
 
Professor Matthew Kanan from Stanford University is the scientist who can show us part of our future, perhaps, in the age of global warming - catalytically converting CO2 into fuels and chemical building blocks.
 
Earlier this year, two pro-meat protesters skinned and ate raw squirrels in front of members of the public at a vegan food stand in Soho. Inspired by the event, food writer George Reynolds set out to find out why people hate vegans.
 
Earlier this year, two pro-meat protesters skinned and ate raw squirrels in front of members of the public at a vegan food stand in Soho. Inspired by the event, food writer George Reynolds set out to find out why people hate vegans.
 
A new study out of Aston University has found that superbugs including E. coli and Staphylococci have been found in more than nine out of ten beauty products typically found in make-up bags. Dr. Amreen Bashir explains.
 
A new study out of Aston University has found that superbugs including E. coli and Staphylococci have been found in more than nine out of ten beauty products typically found in make-up bags. Dr. Amreen Bashir explains.
 
The whereabouts of ocialite Ghislaine Maxwell -- the woman at the heart of the Prince Andrew sex claims -- remains a mystery. Journalist Mark Edmonds joins the show to discuss his quest to find Maxwell and where she might currently be.
 
The whereabouts of ocialite Ghislaine Maxwell -- the woman at the heart of the Prince Andrew sex claims -- remains a mystery. Journalist Mark Edmonds joins the show to discuss his quest to find Maxwell and where she might currently be.
 
Succinct opinions from New Zealanders. Judging by the advertising that's already arrived it's not too early to start discussing Christmas, and here's Tommy Wilson from Tauranga's Te Tuinga Whanau Trust.
 
Succinct opinions from New Zealanders. Judging by the advertising that's already arrived it's not too early to start discussing Christmas, and here's Tommy Wilson from Tauranga's Te Tuinga Whanau Trust.
 
Virtual newsreaders, stock reports and election results written up by algorithms, and news organisations dishing up articles based on what you've already clicked on are all examples artificial intelligence in action. Mediawatch speaks to the author of a new report on AI and journalism who says journalists need to become "algorithmically turbo-c ...…
 
A deeply inappropriate cartoon in the Otago Daily Times sparked demonstrations at the paper's door this week as well as discontent among the paper's own people. It reminded editors potentially contentious content needs careful consideration before publication.
 
Cartoon controversy rocks the ODT; algorithmically turbo-charged journalism; political polls undermined by the undecided and the unresponsive.
 
Cartoon controversy rocks the ODT; algorithmically turbo-charged journalism; political polls undermined by the undecided and the unresponsive.
 
Political polling will intensify as the next election draws nearer, but when media draw conclusions look out for the crucial cohort who say they don’t know, don't care or won't tell the pollsters what they reckon.
 
Riley Elliott is a shark researcher who is determined to protect the tiger sharks off Norfolk Island, who feast on cow carcasses dumped by farmers on the old penal colony. The sharks and their behaviour have never been studied.
 
Riley Elliott is a shark researcher who is determined to protect the tiger sharks off Norfolk Island, who feast on cow carcasses dumped by farmers on the old penal colony. The sharks and their behaviour have never been studied.
 
Insight - Touted as a cure for diabetes, epilepsy and doomed New Year's resolutions to lose weight, the Keto diet is taking off in popularity. Insight reporter Teresa Cowie asks - it is a trend or a treatment?
 
Insight - Touted as a cure for diabetes, epilepsy and doomed New Year's resolutions to lose weight, the Keto diet is taking off in popularity. Insight reporter Teresa Cowie asks - it is a trend or a treatment?
 
Alyn Ware has gone from teaching at kindergartens to becoming recognised as one of the world's most effective peace workers and a Nobel Peace Prize nominee. He's based in Prague but is Calling Home from Seoul this morning.
 
Alyn Ware has gone from teaching at kindergartens to becoming recognised as one of the world's most effective peace workers and a Nobel Peace Prize nominee. He's based in Prague but is Calling Home from Seoul this morning.
 
After months of gridlock the passage was finally open for member’s bills this week and three went shooting amicably through.
 
At 85, former Labour MP Austin Mitchell has witnessed and been part of more elections than even he might care to remember. The former MP for Grimsby from remains sharp as a tack and is picking a narrow victory for Boris Johnson.
 
At 85, former Labour MP Austin Mitchell has witnessed and been part of more elections than even he might care to remember. The former MP for Grimsby from remains sharp as a tack and is picking a narrow victory for Boris Johnson.
 
Seventy per cent of New Zealanders polled in a Research New Zealand online panel have stated they are in favour of the legislation which allows terminally-ill adults to request a medically-assisted death.
 
Seventy per cent of New Zealanders polled in a Research New Zealand online panel have stated they are in favour of the legislation which allows terminally-ill adults to request a medically-assisted death.
 
John Drummond looks at famous pieces of piano music as windows into the world in which they were created. A composer cannot help but reflect the world he lives in, his understanding of life, his values and his beliefs.
 
The Bay of Plenty gave NZ its first ever jazz recording in 1930, and it's still putting out fantastic jazz musicians.
 
Nick checks out music from the exciting young trumpet player Christian Scott, as well as classics from Miles Davis, Melba Liston, and Zoot Sims.
 
This week's RNZ Mixtape selector is jewellry designer Boh Runga, best known as the flamehaired frontwoman of Stellar*. She shares her tunes with Yadana Saw.
 
Nick Bollinger remembers blue eyed soul man, raconteur Rick Bryant and poet, songwriter, screenwriter and stand up Arthur Baysting, both of whom died earlier this week. Nick and Yadana Saw reflect long cultural legacy that these two men have left on Aotearoa's creative landscape.
 
Auckland musician Ashley Alexander introduces his song 'Nicotine'.
 
Kirsten Johnstone talks to the singer-songwiter about her acclaimed new album, moving to North Carolina, and maintaining mental health on the road.
 
A review of the week's news including... Kris Faafoi apologises for offering to help in a friend's immigration case, shock as Samoan toddler denied MMR vaccine in Auckland, Samoa shut down as mass vaccination begins, cartoonist's work cut from Otago Daily Times after racist cartoon, government to act on fuel market report, haze surrounding cann ...…
 
Nadia Reid spoke to Charlotte Ryan about the recording process of her new album 'Out Of my Provence' and introduces us to her single 'Best Thing'.
 
Wayne Youle is one of our country's leading contemporary artists. His work combines pop art playfulness with a critical bi-cultural awareness. Of Ngapuhi, Ngati Whakaeke and European descent, Youle grew up in Titahi Bay near Porirua. Over the summer (15 Dec - 29 Mar) Pataka in Porirua is hosting a major solo show of the last 20 years of his wor ...…
 
Caroline Vercoe is Senior lecturer in art history at The University of Auckland. She specialises in contemporary Pacific art and performance art, with a particular interest in issues of race, gender and representation, and has been teaching, curating and researching in these areas for over twenty years. She has written extensively about contemp ...…
 
William Dart features songwriters on both sides of the Atlantic, from the soul-searching of Michael Chapman and M C Taylor to cute and occasionally cutting slices of life from Amy O.
 
Scottish forensic anthropologist and anatomist Professor Dame Sue Black has pioneered ways to use an image of someone's hands (often a criminal suspect's only visible physical feature) as a means of identifying them. These techniques have since been used in court to catch and convict paedophiles, who often share and trade images of their crimes ...…
 
In December 2016 climber Jane Morris almost lost her arm (and her life) when a falling rock hit her on Mount Tasman. Earlier that year she had become the first female president of the New Zealand Mountain Guides' Association. She goes alpine most weekends weather permitting, leading international visitors and local climbers up some of the South ...…
 
Warren Gatland is one of the most renowned rugby coaches of the last 20 years, leading Wales to three Six Nations titles, two Grand Slams and two World Cup semi-finals, Born in Hamilton, Gatland made 17 appearances for the All Blacks, before turning to coaching. Gatland has recently returned to his hometown to coach the Chiefs through this year ...…
 
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