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Over the course of 19 days in March 2018, 23-year old Mark Anthony Conditt planted a series of homemade bombs around Austin neighborhoods, killing two, injuring five others, and paralyzing an entire city. Bomber tells the untold story of how law enforcement hunted down the 2018 Austin serial bomber and brought 19 days of terror to a sudden, cataclysmic end. Bomber is produced in collaboration with Austin's ABC affiliate KVUE.
 
Revisionist History is Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. Every episode re-examines something from the past—an event, a person, an idea, even a song—and asks whether we got it right the first time. From Pushkin Industries. Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance.iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
The Motörcast is the official podcast series celebrating the 40th anniversary of Motörhead’s seminal, Ace Of Spades album. Marvel at the warts and all stories of life on the road, behind the scenes, in the studio and more importantly, down the pub. Subscribe now to hear all these tales of rock n’roll excess from the people who were in the midst of the Motör-machine at the time. Presented by Howard H Smith.
 
Journalist and bestselling author Michael Lewis (Liar's Poker, Moneyball) takes a searing look at what’s happened to fairness. It feels like there's less of it every day—whether it comes to lending practices, college admissions, professional sports, or psychological well-being. Who are the people trying to level the playing field, and are they making an impact? Lewis interviews referees (Season 1) and coaches (Season 2) from many walks of life, bringing his trademark insight and wry humor to ...
 
A bi-weekly podcast read from the diary of Edward R Kofke recording his experience in World War II as the tail gunner of a B-24 Liberator, the 'Shoo-Shoo Baby'. As part of the 779th squadron of the 464th' Bomb Group - 15th Army Air Force, Kofke and his crew survived 50 dangerous missions over hostile NAZI targets from Italy in 1944-1945.
 
The Let’s Go To Court podcast brings together two of the greatest legal minds of our time. Just kidding. We’re your hosts Brandi Egan and Kristin Caruso. What we lack in legal training we more than make up for in being completely obsessed with lawsuits. Every week, we discuss two juicy legal battles. Each episode is peppered with Brandi’s booming laugh and Kristin’s Olympic-level talent for putting the word “so” into every sentence. The podcast started in 2018, but we’ve been having these co ...
 
The TRUTH BOMBERS podcast is all about using our truths to transform our lives and blossom into the best version of ourselves. Sharing truths through real & raw conversations leads to personal growth. You will gain actionable tips and resources to utilize on your personal growth journey. I hope that after you listen to an episode you are more inspired than when you started. Get ready to blossom!
 
Every day, stories unfold that have no resolution. Unresolved is an investigative and immersive look at those stories, as host Micheal Whelan tries to determine why these stories - unsolved crimes and other unexplained phenomena - have no ending.
 
Mike is a police SWAT team member, K9 handler, and tactical medic. Jim is an Air Force pilot with a background in close air support and combat search and rescue. Our goal is to elevate the conversation about all things tactical for public safety, military, and concerned citizens. Join us to hear lessons learned about decision making, critical thinking, problem solving, leadership, and teamwork.
 
Behind every news headline, there’s another, deeper story. It’s a story about power. In Deep Background, Harvard Law School professor and Bloomberg View columnist Noah Feldman will bring together a cross-section of expert guests to explore the historical, scientific, legal, and cultural context that help us understand what’s really going on behind the biggest stories in the news.iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
Rob and Shaan (and ocassionally Declan) bring you all the action from every week of the AFL (Australian Football League) with a focussed, but light hearted approach to the worlds best sport. Regular segments include news, predictions and more. Follow us on the interwebs! Facebook: www.facebook.com/the6points Twitter: @6pointspodcast *DISCLAIMER* Murdoch University is the provider of resources and transmission facilities for the 6 Points Podcast. We would like to thank them for their continue ...
 
The podcast network for serious golfers. TalkinGolf launched as an online audio show way back before podcasts (or even the iPhone) were a thing. We've been on an extended break since 2012 but now we're back and creating new and interesting content each week as well as a sprinkling of some of the best stuff from the archives.
 
Each episode we interview a journalist about a longform or investigative piece that they’ve written. We cover how the journalist came up with the story idea, how much pre-reporting they did before they pitched it, what the pitch looked like, and then how they went about writing and reporting the story. The podcast is meant to serve as a resource for students, and journalists who’d like to learn more about their craft.
 
Solvable showcases the world’s most innovative thinkers and their proposed solutions to the world’s most daunting problems. The interviews, conducted by journalists like Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg, will launch a dialogue that both acknowledges the complexity of the issues while inspiring hope that the problems are, in fact, solvable.iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
 
Bomber and Belle are a Black married professional couple that has embraced the sexy swinger lifestyle. They use this podcast to help other Black couples who are thinking about exploring non-monogamy or have already dared to traverse the swinger lifestyle and just want to listen to the steamy details of their sexy adventures. They created this podcast because they felt that the voice of People of Color in general and Black couples in particular has been absent from the conversation about swin ...
 
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The Delta Bombers join us for an amazing episode! Listen to them perform their music and stick around to hear stories about The Delta Bombers, haunted hotels, a poop story, & more! The Delta Bombers perform their song "Give Em All", "Save Me", & "Hey! You Know You Wanna" www.TheDeltaBombers.com @TheDeltaBombers WANT BONUS EPISODES: Join our Patreon…
 
The Yanks get their first two walk off hits of the year in back to back games, and seem to be finally playing some consistent baseball (knocks on wood.) The crew discusses the past week of Yankees baseball and look ahead to the upcoming series vs the Rays. We also introduce a new co-host Nick Simonelli. As always, this episode is brought to you by …
 
Larry weighs in on ‘May the Fourth Be With You’ and the importance of gratitude to open the show. Later, he is joined by New York Times best selling author Malcolm Gladwell to discuss his new audio book ‘The Bomber Mafia,’ how advances in technology change warfare, and more (11:00). Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Malcolm Gladwell Producer: Kaya McMulle…
 
The Bomber Mafia is the new audiobook by Revisionist History host (and Pushkin co-founder) Malcolm Gladwell. It examines the rise of air power, which created one of the greatest moral challenges of the Second World War. In The Bomber Mafia, you’ll hear the voices of the generals, aircraft soaring, and bombs crashing. It is history brought to life t…
 
A recent study shows that during the pandemic, Americans' alcohol consumption rose in every age group. Vanessa Kennedy, director of clinical psychology at a Texas recovery center, explains the surge. And, a World War II-era plane was on a scientific mission when it crashed into Lake Mead in 1948. The National Park Service is taking steps to protect…
 
Season 5 of Revisionist History included four episodes on the rise of air power during the Second World War. Listeners met Air Force generals Haywood Hansell and Curtis LeMay and heard about the birth of napalm and the firebombing of Tokyo. Malcolm couldn't get that story out of his mind, and so he built an entirely new audiobook around it. The Bom…
 
The firebombing of Tokyo was one of the single most destructive nights of the Second World War. But before that mission, Malcolm Gladwell says there were efforts to fight less deadly wars, and to end them faster with precision bombing. Gladwell explores those efforts in his new book, The Bomber Mafia: A Dream, a Temptation, and the Longest Night of…
 
In summer 2003, Shahawar Matin Siraj, then 21, met Osama Eldawoody, a nuclear engineer twice his age. To Mr. Siraj’s delight they struck up an unlikely friendship — never before had someone this sophisticated taken him so seriously. At the older man’s encouragement, Mr. Siraj became entangled in a plot to place a bomb in Herald Square subway statio…
 
Feeling stuck in life? Normal. Listen to this episode for actionable tips you can start implementing today. You will not feel this way forever. However, you have to take action. Keep dropping your truth bombs and spreading kindness! I would love to hear from you, please feel free to email me your truths or share your success stories with me: kempni…
 
This episode contains strong language. What started out as a kind of inside joke in the world of cryptocurrency has quickly become, for some, a very serious path to wealth. Today we explore the latest frenzy around a digital currency, what it tells us about the flaws in the old economy — and the risks and rewards of the new one. Guest: Kevin Roose,…
 
Workers in Alberta's oilsands say COVID-19 outbreaks have left them fearing for their safety. CBC reporter Wallis Snowdon tells us what she's heard from workers about the conditions they face, and we discuss what's being done to protect them with Perry Berkenpas, executive director of the Oil Sands Community Alliance.…
 
Proposed tax reforms sent protesters into the streets of Colombia in recent weeks. But demonstrators continued to march even after the proposal was revoked, stoked by anger at inequalities exacerbated by this pandemic. To find out what's happening now, we speak with student and activist Stephanie Salazar in Medellin; Arlene Tickner, a professor of …
 
The crisis in the Middle East continues to escalate. We talk to Emanuel Gross, professor emeritus from the University of Haifa law school in Israel; Diana Buttu, a lawyer, analyst and former legal advisor to the Palestine Liberation Organization; and Daniel Levy, president of the U.S. / Middle East Project think tank and former advisor to former Is…
 
Sociology professor Patrick Sharkey discusses how gun violence in America makes meaningful police reform more difficult. And, after actor Chadwick Boseman died last August at the age of 43 from colon cancer, the world learned about the startling rise of colorectal cancer rates. Ibram X. Kendi and Paul Rawate talk about their journeys and their mess…
 
ESPN's "144" focuses on the 144 WNBA players who gathered in Bradenton, Florida, to play a shortened season that focused on Black Lives Matter activism. The documentary's co-directors join us. And, writer Jamal Simmons discusses why he thinks so few American institutional leaders are Black and why he thinks "staged integration" is the solution.…
 
In the past few days, the deadliest violence in years has erupted between Israel and the Palestinians. Hundreds of missiles are streaking back and forth between Gaza and cities across Israel, and there have been shocking scenes of mob violence on the streets. Why is this happening and how much worse could it get? Guest: Isabel Kershner, a correspon…
 
Some U.S. states are offering people incentives to get a COVID-19 vaccine, including $100 US in West Virginia, and the chance to win $1 million US in Ohio. Here in Canada, Saskatchewan is linking reopening to vaccination rates. Matt Galloway discusses that plan with Dr. Alex Wong, an infectious diseases specialist in Regina. And we talk about the b…
 
In Athens, Georgia, former residents of a neighborhood erased by Urban Renewal have won reparations of a sort. Georgia Public Broadcasting's Grant Blankenship reports. And, California's forest offset program has generated more than $20 million "ghost credits" that don't achieve real climate benefits. ProPublica's Lisa Song explains the problem with…
 
Two brothers, both Cuban-born musicians, were separated for decades by tensions between the U.S. and Cuba. "Los Hermanos/The Brothers" shows how in recent years, the two have been able to perform together. And, after a ransomware attack forced the largest pipeline in the U.S. to shut down, there are reports of long lines and shuttered stations from…
 
Celeste lay in her hospital bed, drifting in and out of sleep. Her newborn baby, Zephany, lay sleeping in a cot next to her. At some point, Celeste remembers a woman in a nurse’s uniform coming in to comfort her baby. Celeste didn’t think much of it. She fell back asleep. But when she woke up, the hospital staff was alarmed. Baby Zephany was missin…
 
Today, Liz Cheney, the No. 3 Republican in the House, is expected to be removed from her leadership position. She has found herself on a lonely political island by continuing to speak out against former President Donald Trump. We look at the factors behind her ouster and the new requirements for Republican leadership. Guest: Catie Edmondson, a repo…
 
Dr. Marc Lipsitch explains why it’s unlikely the United States will hit the threshold for herd immunity, and what that might mean for the future of the pandemic. He also weighs in on the possibility of lab-grown COVID variants and the surging variants abroad. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
As the pandemic drags on, when will it be safe to travel? We talk to Ontario resident Jenn McNeil, who is hoping to make a trip to Cuba in August, as well as Richard VanderLubbe, president of the travel agency tripcentral.ca, and Ashleigh Tuite, an infectious disease epidemiologist at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toro…
 
Ontario, Alberta and B.C. have decided to pause administration of the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine as a first shot. Vancouver resident Ann Marie Platt already received it for her first dose, but is wondering if she can get a different vaccine for her second, because she has concerns about rare blood clots. We also talk to Globe and Mail heal…
 
Ronald Young Jr is the newest host of Solvable. Jacob Weisberg and Ronald Young Jr. talk about some of their hosting inspirations from Larry King, Studs Terkel, Terry Gross and Dick Cavett. Ronald Young Jr. Seizing Freedom, Northern Virginia Magazine Time Well Spent Podcast Leaving the Theater Podcast Dick Cavett with actor and comedian Don Rickles…
 
Martha Wells' science fiction series "Murderbot Diaries" has been a best seller. Producer Emiko Tamagawa talked to Wells about her creation. And, Friday's disappointing jobs numbers sparked a partisan debate over whether extended federal unemployment benefits are to blame. We explore both sides of the conversation.…
 
National Geographic's "Secrets of the Whales" explores the distinctive cultures of different whales around the world. Underwater photographer Brian Skerry joins us. And, 44 attorneys general have come out against Facebook's plan to make an app for kids called Instagram Youth. The executive director for the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood s…
 
Many Canadians use medical marijuana products, but not all of those products been studied for their safety and efficacy. We talk to Aly Benson and Rebecca Zak, who have had varying degrees of success with using medical cannabis; and James MacKillop, director at the Michael G. DeGroote Centre for Medicinal Cannabis Research at McMaster University. H…
 
We take a look inside the growing movement of naturally occurring retirement communities, or NORCs. Christine McMillan, 91, tells us about how she started the Oasis Senior Supportive Living program in Kingston, Ont. And we speak with Catherine Donnelly, director of the Health Services and Policy Research Institute at Queen's University, and Catheri…
 
Amy Marsh says she was sexually assaulted after an Air Force function. She discusses a new bill that aims to overhaul how the military handles sexual assault. And, retired Staff Sgt. Travis Mills lost portions of both arms and legs in Afghanistan. Mill doesn't regret his sacrifice but he agrees with Biden's plan to bring the troops home.…
 
An order from a federal judge says Los Angeles must provide shelter to all unhoused people living on Skid Row by fall. Host Tonya Mosley gets two differing opinions on the order. And, Nikole Beckwith's film "Together Together" tells the story of the relationship between a 40-something man who wants a child and his gestational surrogate. The writer-…
 
Vaccine hesitancy is a major reason that many experts now fear the United States will struggle to attain herd immunity against the coronavirus. And while many initially hesitant demographics have become more open to vaccinations, one group is shifting much less: white Republican evangelical Christians, who tend to live in rural communities. Here’s …
 
The new documentary It Is Not Over Yet looks at Dagmarsminde, a care home for dementia patients in Denmark. The home's founder, May Bjerre Eiby, tells us about their alternative approach to care — one that's rooted in compassion, minimal medication and creating a sense of community through hugs, nature, cake and cocktails.…
 
You might have taken a selfie when you got your COVID-19 vaccine, but would you write a poem to mark the occasion? David Hassler is co-leader of the Global Vaccine Poem, which asks people to reflect on the pandemic and receiving their shot, and put those feelings into a few lines of verse. We also hear from Laura Wood in Owen Sound, Ont., who is am…
 
Health Canada has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for people aged 12 and up, leaving many eager to get the shot, but waiting to see how the provinces will roll out it. We talk to Estora Marshall, a 17-year-old who works in a grocery store in Toronto; Anne Belanger in B.C., whose 15-year-old son has a health condition that leaves him v…
 
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