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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/roy-ben-tzvi/subscribe Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/roy-ben-tzvi/subscribe This podcast is an open platform where I can connect with people that I'm genuinely interested in - to hear their stories, their successes, and even their failures. The aim is to have an open dialogue about ALL issues, no time restrictions, no censorship - I hope you enjoy it!
 
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The Grawlix Saves The World

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The Grawlix Saves The World

The Grawlix (Adam Cayton-Holland, Ben Roy, Andrew Orvedahl), Starburns Audio

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Bettering the world by bettering ourselves! Comedians Adam Cayton-Holland, Ben Roy, and Andrew Orvedahl (stars of the sitcom television series "Those Who Can't" on Hulu) take a passive-aggressive look at their daily lives and then assign one other self-improvement or wellness challenges to address their issues. Once they've completed the challenge, the boys come back into the studio to review their experience, offer advice to listeners, and declare whether or not the challenge is good for th ...
 
The Alt Asset Allocation Podcast is all about allocating a bit of your time, energy and money into Alternative Assets (e.g. PE, VC, Real Estate, Gold, Crypto). There are other investment options available outside traditional stocks and bonds. Join Ben Lakoff, CFA as he dives into Unique investment options for the everyday investor. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/investinalts/support
 
There's no one more connected to the Clemson Athletic Department than our very own Roy Philpott. The Roy Philpott Show informs its audience of everything Clemson, breaking down games, rosters, schedules and recruiting on a daily basis. Roy and Ben focus primarily on Clemson and college football, but also talk a lot of college basketball, college baseball, NBA and NFL. Tune in to the Roy Philpott Show for informative sports talk as well as exceptional guests and interviews to get you through ...
 
Relax, have a drink with us as we debate the most controversial topics in the world today. Hosts: Ben Trimmer, Drew Mullis, Justin Roy, Rick Mattison, Travis Jennings Producer: Travis Jennings Editor: Travis Jennings Songs: The Floor Is Lava · Avocado Junkie, 30 Seconds Of Funk - Slap Bass · PremiumProductionTracks Link to full podlink: https://pod.link/1615139311 Twitter: https://twitter.com/the_barbanter Instagram: the_barbanter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPoVzNf3gTXU2mYvseo ...
 
Host of Journey Bookings: goos@goosmusic.com Promos: promos@goosmusic.com Goos brings a distinctive energy to the floor. His sound ranges from intricate melodies to chunky basslines, often inspired by earthy tones from around the world. Goos was born in Doha, Qatar to musically inclined parents who introduced him to rock music at a very young age. This early onset of music led to a gamut of musical influences in his life ranging from Led Zeppelin, The Doors and Pink Floyd. His deep-seated lo ...
 
Records Revisited The hosts of Records Revisited, Ben and Wayne, discuss great records and musicians, countdown their copious amounts of Top 10 lists, and ask the important questions like "What rock t-shirt are you wearing?" https://linktr.ee/recordsrevisited Questions? Comments? recordsrevisitedpodcast@gmail.com
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
Welcome to the Meet the Mancunian podcast, Season 4. I am Deepa Thomas-Sutcliffe, your friendly host. On the streets and nooks of Manchester, my inspiring Mancunian guests tackle their causes with grit and passion. They are leaders, worker bees, and community hosts and they share their stories to inspire you, all through this season. Relax, grab a brew and listen in to the Meet the Mancunian on Apple, Google, Spotify, or any of your favourite podcasting platforms. You can also check out all ...
 
The least consequential news from around the world from the least informed minds in Australia. Andrew, Theo, Lucy and Ben bring you the week's stories that conveniently fit into one of their countless, concerningly specific segments. Keep up with the latest news from Nature Corner, Paging Dr. Lucy, Planely Speaking, Omens and Portents, The Hole Report and many, many more. • Find out more at https://www.boontavista.com • Subscribe for weekly bonus episodes at https://www.patreon.com/BoontaVis ...
 
Join us in celebrating and commiserating with some of the world's foremost creatives about their endlessly various artistic processes. Not just in the arts, but in science, medicine, politics, technology, and more. Together we will figure out ways to maintain a spirit of curiosity and innovation in our everyday lives. NY Times best-selling author and musician Ben Folds hosts a podcast focused on enlightening conversations each week with guests. You can submit your questions to Ben here: http ...
 
Thought Pieces is the new podcast from celebrated art book publishers MACK, bringing you the best of long-form writing at the intersection of art and literature. Each week, discover new fiction, poetry, and criticism, reflecting on subjects including the curious history of childhood, lockdown in New York City, and the ethics of documentary photography, written and read by authors at the vanguard of creative practice. Featuring Eileen Myles, Ben Lerner, Lynne Tillman, Collier Schorr, and more.
 
Welcome to Messages at Boise Bible College! In these chapel recordings, you’ll hear from professors, staff, guest speakers as well as students at Boise Bible College. Chapel happens every Tuesday and Thursday at Boise Bible College as a time to gather, grow, and rest together. Boise Bible College exists to raise up leaders for the Church - where we value scholarship, humility, innovation, and community. For more information about Boise Bible College, please see www.boisebible.edu.
 
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Give Us a Good One

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Give Us a Good One

Mike Garrido & Orville Neely

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Give Us a Good One started because Mike Garrido and Orville Neeley love a good story. You might know them from their music careers (OBN IIIs, Bad Sports, Strange Boys, Leather Girls, TV's Daniel, the list goes on), but on Give Us a Good one they've become master orators. Guests range from world famous musicians to independent filmmakers to regular people with crazy lives. The common thread is they all have great stories to tell. They come on the show and give the guys a good one. Funny, sad, ...
 
Are you looking to better understand and apply innovation theories, methods, and tools? Do you need to think about your business or industry in a different way? Join the Sherpas as they conduct spirited conversations and tell compelling stories to guide you along your innovation expedition. Get your gear ready! Business Model Innovation, Human-centered Design and Strategic Partnerships @SherpaPod @HealthPodNet Music Credit: Aurus Audio
 
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Zach And Mike Make 3

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Zach And Mike Make 3

Zach Blair, Mike Wiebe & Sound Talent Media

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Every week Zach Blair and Mike Wiebe (in the band Drakulas together and Rise Against and Riverboat Gamblers respectively) talk with a guest or amongst themselves about three things they are into. Three of anything. It might be three movies. It might be three albums. It might be two albums and one movie. It might be one book, one food, and one activity. We could keep explaining various combinations but if you have read this far you are a smart individual who can follow along with simple conce ...
 
The Art of Film Funding Podcast is to educate and inform filmmakers. Author/Grantor Carole Dean interviews top professionals from the film industry for up-to-date information on film funding, production, marketing, and hybrid distribution. You will learn how to crowdfund, make an ask for funding, save money on your budgets, hear top attorneys discuss new US and state tax funding and stay abreast of current trends in the industry. Carole is President and Founder of From the Heart Productions, ...
 
The Two Nice Jewish Boys Podcast is a weekly dose of free and open conversations with the most interesting voices in Israel. Hosted by Naor Meningher and Eytan Weinstein and recorded in Tel Aviv, the Two Nice Jewish Boys Podcast covers everything from politics and history to entertainment and science. Ultimately, the Two Nice Jewish Boys Podcast is here to provide a platform for free and open conversations about Israel and the Jewish world in the belief that only through free speech and open ...
 
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"How can you feel in fear of your life when the person is running away from you?" Attorney Ben Crump discusses why the quick arrest of the officers in the Tyre Nichols case should be the blueprint moving forward, why people need to stop justifying unnecessary killings by the police, and whether or not there is incentive to reform policing. See omny…
 
Job growth surged last month, shaking off fears of a hiring slowdown. Employers added 517,000 jobs in a hiring boom far stronger than anyone had expected. The jobless rate dropped to 3.4%, the lowest level in 53 years. The report underscores the challenges facing Federal Reserve officials who remain focused on slowing inflation. Economics Correspon…
 
Defense Department officials are tracking a suspected Chinese spy balloon that is making its way across the central part of the U.S. Senior officials say it's maneuverable, designed for surveillance and Beijing was "trying to fly this balloon over sensitive sites." Secretary of State Blinken decided to postpone a high-profile trip to China in respo…
 
In our news wrap Friday, some of the coldest weather in decades descended on the Northeast and New England, the U.S. announced another big military package for Ukraine including longer-range rockets, Pope Francis arrived in South Sudan urging the country's leaders to make peace after years of war and the USDA is calling for school cafeterias to cut…
 
Beyond headlines about a Chinese surveillance balloon and the Secretary of State's canceled trip to Beijing lies the broader relationship between the world's largest economies. Nick Schifrin spoke with two leaders of the House Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party about the U.S. and …
 
This was an important week in the battle out west over water use. Seven states along the Colorado River basin were supposed to reach a collective agreement on how to use less water from an ever-shrinking river, but they failed to do so. William Brangham spoke with Rhett Larson for our series on water issues, Tipping Point. PBS NewsHour is supported…
 
In some parts of the country, access to abortion care depends on how far a person can travel. Missouri has banned the procedure, but in neighboring Illinois, abortion remains legal and providers there will soon be working along the state border to be able to reach more patients. PBS NewsHour Communities Correspondent Gabrielle Hays reports. PBS New…
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Geoff Bennett to discuss the week in politics, including Trump's third run getting off to a sluggish start and Democrats map out a new path to the White House. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
The sounds of the world brought to New York for one night, and from there, to a club, concert hall or festival near you. Jeffrey Brown reports on the phenomenon called GlobalFest for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fundersBy PBS NewsHour
 
(THIS EPISODE DESCRIPTION WAS WRITTEN BY CHATGPT, WE DIDN'T TOUCH IT)In this week's monthly recap, we discussed the juicy scandals of the bar association and the political turmoil with the suspension of Netanyahu. We also delved into the frightening events of terrorist attacks in Neve Yaakov and Jerusalem, as well as the high tech exodus happening …
 
D.L. Hughley tackles the day's biggest news including Sean Hannity saying cops don't have racial bias, a man who blames Tesla for driving his family off a cliff, and a child who charged $1,000 to his dad's GrubHub account. Rapper Mac Phipps shares his thoughts on using rap lyrics in court based on his own experience. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, the South is finally expecting relief after an ice storm that's disrupted travel and claimed at least 10 lives this week, House Republicans voted to oust Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar from the Foreign Affairs Committee and the Pentagon said it's tracking a suspected Chinese surveillance balloon over the continental …
 
The United States and the Philippines reached an agreement allowing American military forces to operate in four new locations across the nation. The move is aimed at confronting China and its focus on Taiwan, which is only a few hundred miles from one of the new locations where U.S forces will likely operate. Zachary Cooper of the American Enterpri…
 
Ukraine's government launched its most aggressive anti-corruption efforts since Russia's invasion. A well-known billionaire and six former defense ministry officials are among dozens of officials targeted. That internal battle comes as the frontline with Russia heats up. Nick Schifrin spoke with Andriy Kostin, the man who's trying to ensure account…
 
Pedestrian deaths in the U.S. have reached their highest level in 40 years. Using funding from the bipartisan infrastructure law, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is spearheading the allocation of $5 billion to state and local governments through a federal grant known as Safe Streets and Roads for All to try and prevent roadway deaths. Butti…
 
House Republicans have been busy on Capitol Hill launching some of their top agenda items of the year. Just this week they kicked off committee hearings into the Biden administration's handling of the southern border and have been navigating talks with the White House on addressing the debt limit. Rep. Chip Roy of Texas joined Amna Nawaz to discuss…
 
Democrats will soon vote to rearrange their calendar for the presidential primaries in 2024 and beyond and it could have major ramifications for the party. The plan moves South Carolina to the top of the calendar and would be the first time in more than 50 years that Iowa and New Hampshire won't be the first caucuses and primary. Lisa Desjardins re…
 
Although still in their 20s, actors Ben Platt and Noah Galvin are already performing veterans. Both have played dozens of roles in live theater, including the Tony Award-winning musical "Dear Evan Hansen," and on screens big and small. Amna Nawaz spoke with the couple about their performances and the real-life inspiration behind their latest projec…
 
Lizzy's hydroplaning through the sales lot of life and she needs you to take the wheel--as well as a painting, in exchange for a mansion. She consults expert swap hound Nick Flanagan and an actual car salesman named Adrian. Then she has the incredible fortune of consulting her mind-blowingly funny guests who impart you with endless wisdom. Listen, …
 
D.L. Hughley takes on the day's news including Kamala Harris attending Tyre Nichols's funeral, college campuses selling Plan B in vending machines, Tom Brady retiring...again, and more mysteries from the Dallas Zoo. Former NFL player Domonique Foxworth discusses the significance of having two Black quarterbacks in the Super Bowl for the first time …
 
Theo, Andrew, and Ben bring you: The return of an ominous comet, a new mostly invisible cryptid, a touchy French robot, and a quick check on John Edwards.***Watch Tom blow shit up here: www.youtube.com/channel/UCVovvq34gd0ps5cVYNZrc7AAnd follow him on Twitter here: twitter.com/Explosions_Fire***Support our show and get exclusive bonus episodes by s…
 
The city of Memphis laid Tyre Nichols to rest Wednesday three weeks after he died from a brutal beating by police. Mourners celebrated Nichols' life and issued a call for justice. Vice President Kamala Harris criticized the officers and said it was time for Congress to pass a federal law to reform policing. Amna Nawaz reports. PBS NewsHour is suppo…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by just a quarter point and said more hikes are likely, a winter storm disrupted life across the southern U.S. for a third day, the FBI searched President Biden's vacation home in Delaware but found no additional classified documents and a Russian rocket strike smashed into a res…
 
For the first time in nearly eight years, a cabinet member has visited Somalia. U.S. Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield's trip to Mogadishu comes as the region faces one of the world's most acute humanitarian crises, caused primarily by local and international conflict, climate change, and COVID. Nick Schifrin reports on the crisis and sp…
 
Pope Francis has urged an end to the armed conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo at one of his largest masses ever. The pope is in the Central African nation's capital, Kinshasa, for a three-day visit to promote peace as he seeks to reshape the Catholic Church's global image. Special correspondent Chris Ocamringa reports. PBS NewsHour is sup…
 
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