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The Jon Gaunt Show
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The Jon Gaunt show for those bored with the bias of the Mainstream Media. Jon fires from the lip in his no holds barred show.
 
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Ollie & Si
Weekly
 
RADIO PODCAST OF THE YEAR 2017 - BRITISH PODCAST AWARDS (Bronze) Ollie & Si are best mates with unique insights on the world we live in. Join them for the last 7 days on Planet Earth, some feel good stories and side dish of brain food. It's the news...like you've never heard before.
 
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Scotland Outdoors
Weekly+
 
Your free, weekly, pocket guide to the Scottish outdoors. A flavour of the countryside in 15 minutes! From BBC Radio Scotland
 
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Ollie & Si
Weekly
 
RADIO PODCAST OF THE YEAR 2017 - BRITISH PODCAST AWARDS (Bronze) Ollie & Si are best mates with unique insights on the world we live in. Join them for the last 7 days on Planet Earth, some feel good stories and side dish of brain food. It's the news...like you've never heard before.
 
I’m Merlin, and I make my living at sea, catching wild dolphin fish and tracking the elusive “Savant Crabs of the Farallones.” My ship, “The Mrs. Olsen” is based out of Panama and runs on diesel and unconditional positive regard. I’m just s...
 
Garden podcast. Weekly. Borne 2011. All good podcast stores and www.sodshow.com - Hosted by horticulturist Peter Donegan
 
An Irish web developer living in Brighton, England working with Clearleft. I built Huffduffer.
 
Award-winning analysis of the week's political stories in Wales and the world, plus a review of the Sunday papers.
 
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On todays episode Peter Donegan and Giles Heap of CED Natural Stone everything from trends in how stone in landscape design has evolved over the last 30 years, from what was (or, more to the point) what was not available, a super saturation of affordable sandstone and what the future maybe, all the way back to crazy paving, wooden sets and maki ...…
 
As families travel and gather together for Thanksgiving here in the United States, today, a conversation with two people whose interactions with genetic data bases led to revelations about their family that no one in the family had known before. The story of Lisa Welchman and Daryle Lowden is poignant and heart-warming. Daryle is in his forties ...…
 
Fifty years ago, just before the holidays in 1968, The Beatles put out not just a new album, but a double album, something relatively unheard of at the time. The album art was a stark, white, glossy cover with raised, slanted lettering that simply said, "The Beatles." That self-titled album, with its 30 songs that span genres from American coun ...…
 
Jon Gaunt says forget all the MSM talk of a failed coup by Jacob Rees Mogg the real coup is happening in front of our eyes and it is a coup against the British people. !7.4 MILION people voted for Brexit and the Politicians and the Establishment are conspiring to make sure they do not get it. This Dog dinner of a Brexit deal is Theresa May and ...…
 
How is Theresa May managing to get away with this betrayal? We will effectively be in the EU until 2022 and we will stay pay and not have any say. The Political class will never be trusted again. Do you agree?
 
The InSight mission is heading to Mars, but many spacecraft have died trying to get there. The current record for Mars missions is 18 successes, and 25 failures. InSight hopes to improve the odds.https://mars.nasa.gov/insight/multimedia/podcast/on-a-mission-s1e1/
 
What if we just gave everybody money? It sounds simple, but universal basic income is a trendy idea again and a lot of you have asked for an episode about a future where everybody gets money from the government no matter what. And it turns out that while it sounds simple, just giving everybody money is way more complicated than you might thing. ...…
 
Labour leadership candidates live in discussion, plus Brexit, a paper review with UKIP AM David Rowlands and communications expert Kath Chadwick.
 
Euan visits an Iron Age broch and a 1960s nuclear bunker, and Mark rides a battery train.
 
Jon Gaunt thinks that Theresa May is completely deluded if she thinks she can either get her Brexit plan through or even stay in office. He thinks she will be or should be gone by the weekend. This is a very short podcast as there is not much to say apart from Just go now please before you completely wreck our great Nation. Do you agree with Jo ...…
 
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Support the podcast by becoming a Pioneer! https://www.patreon.com/Ollie_Si Facebook - 'Ollie & Si' Instagram - ollie_gallant / si_alexander7
 
Our fifth episode of the “Wireframe” digs into the intersection of design and ethical practice. In it we trace the origins of Facebook’s famous Like button back in time to a frenzied hackathon in the last decade when it was conceived as a way of easily spreading positivity all over the Internet. We then look at the massive, unintended consequen ...…
 
Mark and Euan on one of the world's greatest rail journeys on the West Highland Line
 
Jon is in a slightly more reflective mood just before the Cabinet meeting to discuss Theresa May's Brexit sell out. He says that she has allowed our Great Nation to be betrayed, Humiliated and Defeated by the EU but he still has hope that we can snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Jon does not think there will be mass Cabinet walk outs as t ...…
 
This is part 1 of a 2 part episode - with Tim Richardson. Tim Richardson is a London-based writer, historian and critic specialising in landscape, gardens and art. He writes regularly for the Daily Telegraph and other publications including Country Life and Gardens Illustrated. He is the author of a number of books including Arcadian Friends (B ...…
 
What's this??! The audio doesn't suck in this episode?! We're like NPR or something!This episode is all about why Jonathan and Jake think Design Conferences mostly suck. If you thought this episode didn't suck then please give us a 5 star rating in iTunes so that we can feed our fragile egos :)Say hi to us on social media!- Jake on Twitter: @ja ...…
 
Jonathan interviews Andy Budd, co-founder of Clearleft and the man behind popular design conferences like UX London and Leading Design. Jonathan asks lots of questions and but doesn’t even get close to asking everything he wants to ask. Some of the topics Jonathan and Andy touch on:How Andy is pathological! It’s true! 👻What are conferences for? ...…
 
A stereotype is a preconceived notion about a person or group. Originally, though, the word stereotype referring to a printing device used to produce lots of identical copies. If you suspect there's a connection, you're right! Also, the link between tiny mythical creatures called trolls and modern-day mischief-makers, plus the stories behind th ...…
 
Jon Gaunt is raging as news breaks that the EU Brexit betrayal is happening and it appears that the UK will become a Colony of the EU. We will still pay but have no say! Jon wants to know if there is anyone in the Tory Party who will now stand up to Theresa May and stop this sell out of our country. We the people are being completely betrayed. ...…
 
Jon Gaunt is not backing down on Corbyn Coatgate! He believes Corbyn dressed like a scruff as a deliberate dog whistle to his core that he did not want to be at Remembrance Sunday. Like a petulant teenager Corbyn was playing to the gallery from the moment he took advantage of the day to release a speech about the military veterans and the homel ...…
 
More or less everything you know about time is wrong. This is no single time, but every one of you lives within your own time. Time passes at a different speed for each one of you. There is even no ‘now’ that you share with the person next to you. And the past only exists in your mind created by your memories.The Order of Time presented at the ...…
 
The idea of progress has animated social reformers since the western enlightenment. With reason, science and individual rights at its core, this philosophy has transformed the western world over the last two hundred years. Harvard Professor Steven Pinker says these ideas are under threat and need to be defended.https://www.abc.net.au/radionatio ...…
 
Human evolution is a million-year story. Yet language only appeared in the last 100,000 years. Psychologist Michael Corballis believes that language evolution is far older and more complex. He describes the connections between language and thinking and argues that we underestimate the cognitive ability of other animals.https://www.abc.net.au/ra ...…
 
This is About...the unsung hero who saved the Apollo 11 moon mission in 1969. “We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things,” goes the famous quote from John F. Kennedy, “not because they are easy but because they are hard.” The little known story of just how hard the Apollo 11 mission was — and how close it came to disast ...…
 
Remembering the Great War - Lord Bourne & Sir Deian Hopkin, plus letters home from the war with Amiel Price; Brexit with Prof Jon Tonge; the future of US politics with Greg Swenson for Republicans Overseas and Jon Roper emeritus professor of American Studies at Swansea University, Pakistan and blasphemy with Huma Yusuf; and reviewing the papers ...…
 
Arcade Fire is a Grammy­-winning six­-piece band originally from Montreal. They’ve released five albums, and the last three have all debuted at number one on the charts. In this episode, frontman Win Butler takes apart “Put Your Money On Me,” from their 2017 album Everything Now. You’ll hear the orignal demo, and an alternate version of the son ...…
 
In which Thomas Jefferson, Napoleon, and Goethe go nuts about a best-selling blind Celtic bard who might not even exist, and John writes his first Tolkien fanfic.https://www.omnibusproject.com/podcasts/the-ballads-of-ossian-entry-094pr2017.htm
 
In which the U.S. government tries to ban a Rod Serling TV movie for inspiring too many mid-air extortions, all of which can be foiled by knowing the right trivia fact about Denver.https://www.omnibusproject.com/podcasts/the-doomsday-flight-entry-372am0214.htm
 
Our distant ancestors often felt overloaded by information. (“Have you read Cicero’s latest speech?” “I don’t have time!”) Throughout history we’ve invented shortcuts like tables of contents, indexes, book reviews, and encyclopedias. What technological solutions might help us cope with the information overload we experience today? Guests includ ...…
 
Some people thought the laying of the trans-Atlantic cable might bring world peace, because connecting humans could only lead to better understanding and empathy. That wasn’t the outcome—and recent utopian ideas about communication (Facebook might bring us together and make us all friends!) have also met with a darker reality (Facebook might po ...…
 
In this episode:* Jake and Surma stress about Chrome Dev Summit.* Surma fails to go to America.* Offscreen canvas.* Low latency canvas.* Buzzword of the month: Jam stack.* "When is it good to not be jam".* A man left £2 on a train.* Radio alphabets.* And also radio alphabets.https://developers.google.com/web/shows/http203/podcast/stress-canvas-jam…
 
Mark and Euan mark 100 years since the Armistice with a special podcast
 
Pick up a femur, order a moon sandwich, and always remember to bring your space helmet with you! On its 50th anniversary, we’re discussing Stanley Kubrick’s classic “2001: A Space Odyssey.” What is the Monolith’s purpose? When and why does HAL become murderous? And why is there so much solarized stock footage of landscapes? Watch out for cheeta ...…
 
Debbie talks with Steven Pinker about the miraculous evolution of language, the most arresting question he has ever fielded, and his new book, Enlightenment Now—which breaks down why we actually have good cause to be positive about the state of the world today.https://www.designmattersmedia.com/podcasts/Steven-Pinker…
 
Jon was very moved by listening to a programme on the radio yesterday about soldiers who fought in the First World War. He was particularly moved by the stories about their mental health and the shooting of deserters. It was a brilliant programme. But then today he was sickened to hear about a member of Jeremy Corbyn's Militants, Aaron Bastani, ...…
 
Support the podcast by becoming a Pioneer! https://www.patreon.com/Ollie_Si Facebook - 'Ollie & Si' Instagram - ollie_gallant / si_alexander7
 
Support the podcast by becoming a Pioneer! https://www.patreon.com/Ollie_Si Facebook - 'Ollie & Si' Instagram - ollie_gallant / si_alexander7
 
Linda Petrons, better known to me as Lou, is the Director of Communications at Greenfingers. As they word it, they are a national charity dedicated to supporting children who spend time in hospices around the UK, along with their families, by creating inspiring gardens. On todays episode Peter Donegan sits with Lou to chat working with some of ...…
 
Donald Trump has beaten all his opponents in the Democratic Party and the MSM again. Make no mistake he is the victor in these mid-term elections says Jon Gaunt. Now the media is beginning to grudgingly accept that he does indeed have a magic touch when it comes to getting people to vote for him. They don't know what it is but Gaunty does, Dona ...…
 
The Grenfell Bonfire effigy was no joke. It was disgusting but it was not a Hate crime says Jon Gaunt. Jon can not believe that any one would show such a lack of humanity to think that this could be good joke but he says it is a crime of stupidity rather than hate. We certainly don't need three coppers investigating the incident when there is a ...…
 
Jon Gaunt is in fine form. Another four murders in London this weekend and Sadiq Khan is still blaming it on everyone else! Jon asks what needs to happen before Khan realises he has to resign as he so clueless. He now has a ten year plan to restore peace to the streets, Gaunty reckons he would need a lifetime to make London peaceful again as he ...…
 
The Midterm elections are upon us. Live from New York Steve Merczynski, in discussion with Prof Scott Lucas and Dr Renee Luthra. Considering the importance of the Civil Service to the enactment of policy and their ministers is former cabinet adviser, now historian Hywel Williams, and on the subject of hate crime, Welsh Labour MP Stephen Doughty ...…
 
A rejuvenated Highland railway, a Ford Model T statue and a dictionary of Scots Nature
 
Top Cop Sara Thornton says Police must prioritise real crime over internet abuse and historic abuse. Jon Gaunt says she is probably correct BUT she shouldn't be having to make these decisions. Theresa May should never have cut 20 thousand Police jobs when she was Home Secretary. Cops can leave the internet to be policed by the self appointed cu ...…
 
Support the podcast by becoming a Pioneer! https://www.patreon.com/Ollie_Si Facebook - 'Ollie & Si' Instagram - ollie_gallant / si_alexander7
 
Support the podcast by becoming a Pioneer! https://www.patreon.com/Ollie_Si Facebook - 'Ollie & Si' Instagram - ollie_gallant / si_alexander7
 
So last week Anjem Choudray was released after only serving half of his sentence and today we hear the terrorist who supplied the money for 9/11 has been released from a German Prison early too! Jon Gaunt wants to know what our leaders are up to? We need to change our laws immediately as we are at war with these Islamist fascists. Any one who l ...…
 
This is part 1 of a 2 part episode - with Tim Richardson. Tim Richardson is a London-based writer, historian and critic specialising in landscape, gardens and art. He writes regularly for the Daily Telegraph and other publications including Country Life and Gardens Illustrated. He is the author of a number of books including Arcadian Friends (B ...…
 
Not many people have such a unique perspective on the radio industry. Rhys Hughes was Head Of Programmes at Radio 1 in its heyday with Chris Moyles at the helm. He now head ups the live music for the BBC. Rhys spoke to us openly about his journey, managing Moyles and what the future for live artists is. A fascinating conversation hosted on the ...…
 
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