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From the last remaining milkman who wanders around town recalling his heyday, to a middle school principal who guts the school’s budget to fund his nine-bus motorcade, to a local business owner who will tie your tie for you, the small town of Branchburg, New Jersey has many stories to tell — whether you’d like to hear them or not. Written and performed by Brendan O’Hare and Cory Snearowski. Sound by Alex Gilson. Produced by Tim Heidecker and Dave Kneebone. This Is Branchburg is a production ...
 
House Cats is a podcast about the lower chamber of the U.S. Congress, and on each episode we examine a different one of the 435 districts around the country. The House is supposed to be our most direct way in to the federal government--but do we have the voice we're supposed to have? We turn the microphone on everyday citizens of each district to hear their answers. There's plenty of fun to be had here in the House, and like the well-trained cats we are, we won't stray, even to the north win ...
 
Men, on the whole, stink at talking about how they’re feeling. We live in a world where the perception of masculinity doesn’t give modern men an outlet to deal with all the issues life hurls in our general direction. And that blows. That's where Campfire comes in. The aim is to normalise courageous conversations and encourage a healthy discourse about men's mental health, so people are better equipped to maintain long-term positivity. Join Bobby O and a new guest each week as he tumbles down ...
 
Each Real Talks episode provides a prominent Irish figure with the opportunity to talk about life lessons, leadership, resilience, purpose, sport, passions and much more. Season One features 10 leading GAA players speaking in a way they have never been heard before. Guests include Kevin McManamon, a four time All-Ireland winner with Dublin, and Brendan Maher, Tipperary’s All-Ireland winning captain in 2016. No more clickbait. No more soundbites. Choose real people. Choose real stories. Alan ...
 
Presented by Senator Barry Ward, The Irish Legislation Podcast is a weekly look at legislation as it passes through Oireachtas Éireann, the Irish parliament. Each episode consists of a roundtable discussion with politicians (of all sides), and other commentators, on a specific piece of legislation, looking at the various elements proposed and arguing why the bill is good or bad. This is an unprecedented opportunity to hear legislators, experts and ordinary citizens debate legislation before ...
 
Comencé a los 8 años escuchando los primeros sonidos "electrónicos", ya en 1997 el Trance era parte de mi vida y lo que definiría mi gusto en cuanto al genero, abocado totalmente al Uplifting old school crecí escuchando precursores como Blank & Jones, Rank 1, Plastic Angel, System F (Ferry Corsten), artistas y djs que terminaron de moldear mi gusto musical como Fictivision, Cor Fijneman, Yahel, Misja Helsloot entre otros y Alberto Lencina como referente nacional, si bien hoy intento incursio ...
 
We are a group of storytellers, performers, and musicians. We tell Irish myths to a live audience with live music. Candlelit Tales was founded by brother-sister storytelling duo Aron and Sorcha Hegarty. Driven by a passion for Irish mythology, we started retelling the stories to a near-empty room upstairs in a Dublin pub one rainy evening in November. The next week, the room was a lot less empty, and we were joined by musician Ru O’Sé. By the fourth week, the room was full, and so was the ha ...
 
Series 1 - The Story Behind...Have you found yourself wondering if there's lots you didn't know about your favourite artist or latest social media influencer? Then look no further! In series 1, Lisa is joined by some of your favourite names in music and the public eye. Lisa delves in to their story with some relaxed but very juicy chats about their background growing up, their inspirations, life in the spotlight, obsessions, regrets and much more! Why not join in on the fun and hit subscribe ...
 
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Welcome to the Invasions Series. We are starting a new series of connected and yet self contained stories for the Podcast. This is the very first story in the Celtic Mythic Cycles… if you go chronologically. Cesaire was the first woman to land on the show of the Island of destiny that became this land we call Ireland today. She came from the Land o…
 
We are joined by co-owner of Broken Goblet in Bensalem, PA, Mike Lock. We are talking about how metal POD is, the origins of Broken Goblet, why they were behind the times on hazies, making nitro beers, and A LOT of Untappd discussion. Of course we are drinking some delicious Broken Goblet brews and discussing the finer side of metal music. Check ou…
 
Comedian and Political Scientist Andrea Jones-Rooy came over to talk to standup comedian @Ari Shaffir about her time being a circus performer in Shanghai, China. That is correct. It’s one of the more interesting episodes of Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank you’re ever going to hear. Andrea made me miss Shanghai. Even though I’m traveling right now, this …
 
This week Senator Barry Ward talks climate change legislation with former Minister for Communications, Climate Change and the Environment, Richard Bruton TD (Fine Gael – Dublin Bay North), and Attracta Uí Bhroin, Environmental Law Officer with the Irish Environmental Network (IEN), specifically the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendme…
 
For the very last episode of the Voyage Series we are delighted to be talking about the story of Meal Duinn. If you have yet to hear it, check out the story in our last episode, link below.Also, if you missed ‘Caoiltes Fast’, our Easter Sunday Special Live Stream, the video is still up for all your viewing pleasure.Link: https://www.youtube.com/wat…
 
In the latest weekly waffle, Bobby catches up with his pal and co-host of the Amory podcast, Mr Kyle Henry. During their chat, they spoke extensively about "unravelling", the beginner’s guide to polyamory, feelings on inadequacy and how this all ladders back up to having big ballsy conversations. This episode was recorded via Zoom on December 20, 2…
 
Today on New Books in History, Mark A. Waddell, Associate professor of History, Philosophy & Sociology of Science in the Department of History at Michigan State University in beautiful East Lansing Michigan, talks about his recent book, Magic, Science, and Religion in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge University Press, 2021). From the recovery of anci…
 
Churches have long sought the arts as a vehicle to communicate divine transcendence and to form worshipers. In Glimpses of the New Creation: Worship and the Formative Power of the Arts (Eerdmans, 2019), W. David O. Taylor brings much needed clarity into conversations around the role of arts in Christian liturgy. After framing the way our theologica…
 
Chris Distefano joins Theo and Brendan in-studio and the guys talk Zoom calls gone wrong, awkward Hollywood auditions, pooping on planes, ethnic barbers, Brendan's belly button, street fights vs UFC fights, all new Clown My Hounds, serial killers, sex during pregnancy and much more! Get your King and the Sting merch at katsmerch.com See omnystudio.…
 
The choices that churches make about their musical style do more than simply change the sounds one hears in their gatherings, but actually form certain kinds of community. So Monique M. Ingalls, Associate Professor of Music at Baylor University, argues in her book Singing the Congregation: How Contemporary Worship Music Forms Evangelical Community …
 
For the last episode of the Voyage Series we are delighted to be telling the story of Meal Duinn. This one has a little different flavor to the others, although very similar. Meal Duinn finds out he is not who he thought he was, and his father is not who he thought. He then has to come to terms with the obligations of warrior code, to find the murd…
 
We are joined IN STUDIO by returning guest, Dave Mitchell. On our previous episode with Dave he was home brewing, but he is now the Head Brewer for Steel City Coffeehouse and Brewery. Dave brought with him some crowlers of his beers on tap for us to enjoy and discuss. We are talking all things beer and brewing, what Dave has in store for Steel City…
 
Ian Fidance and I took a drive down to New Jersey and talked and laughed about his weird level of sexuality. He’s got some unique views on sex and love and whether or not he’s gay. I assumed he was at least bi but he doesn’t agree. It’s a fun driving episode that I’m gonna do more of. I think the last one I did like this was with Duncan Trussell ta…
 
In this week's adventure, Bobby meets World Cup Winning hooker Schalk Brits. During the ramble, they spoke about why it’s important to wear your vulnerability like a coat of armour, not cracking under the weight of your own talents or ego, plus difficult South African name pronunciations. This episode was recorded via Zoom on December 14, 2020 CAUT…
 
Chris Distefano joins Theo and Brendan in-studio to recap eating Geoduck and talk Theo's future biography/documentary, Unibomber Nick, Nashville vs Los Angeles vs New York, Chris's female comedian doppelgänger, Theo and Chris's early Opie and Anthony days, cancel culture, Romania women, steroid stories and much more! Get your King and the Sting mer…
 
Candlelit Tales will broadcast a special show on Easter Sunday at (19:00GMT) live-streamed from a studio in Dublin.2021 has started without much to write home about. We are still in lockdown, and we are all collectively straining to see the light at the end of the tunnel.Looking back to the stories of the Fianna, we have a very special voyage tale …
 
Sharing the principles he has learned over a remarkable corporate and ministry career, Richard Stearns offers seventeen crucial values that equip godly leaders to be effective at any level. When leaders demonstrate these transformative ideals, they not only improve their witness for Christ, they shape institutions, influence culture, and create hea…
 
Join us today for a roundtable conversation with three leading medieval scholars about the phenomenon of conspiracy theories in history. Michael T. Bailey, professor of history at Iowa State University is one of the world’s leading scholars on the development of the idea of the Witches’ Sabbath, the verifiable hysterical historical panic about a ga…
 
It's tournament season babyyyyyy. We are joined on this episode by podcast favorites, Matt and Chadd, from Breweries in PA to talk about their March Madness brewery tournament. And that is pretty much all we are talking about. We are currently in the championship round between Warwick Farm Brewing and Ever Grain Brewing. Ya love to see 2 cinderella…
 
Tonight we go live tonight at 7PM on YouTube as we do at the end of every month now. This time we team up with 'Fireside', and we are delighted to have Kevin C.Olahan talking to us about his recent telling of 'The Voyage of Bran'.🕯️ 🔥 📜And what a beautiful telling it is too. Kevin C.Olahan is a Wicklow grown seanachaí, actor and balladeer to boot. …
 
Most people, even those familiar with his classic, do not realize that Dante Aligheri’s Divine Comedy, aside from all of its history and politics, is a masterpiece of spiritual writing. The most famous of his three volumes is the Inferno, an account of Dante's journey through the underworld, where he sees the horror of sin firsthand. Join us as we …
 
The Oxford Handbook of Jonathan Edwards (Oxford UP, 2021) offers a state-of-the-art summary of scholarship on Edwards by a diverse, international, and interdisciplinary group of Edwards scholars, many of whom serve as global leaders in the burgeoning world of research and writing on 'America's theologian'. As an early modern clerical polymath, Edwa…
 
Elizabeth L. Jemison, who teaches American religious history at Clemson University, South Carolina, has written an outstanding new book, Christian Citizens: Reading the Bible in Black and White in the Post-Emancipation South (University of North Carolina Press, 2020). Focusing on the Lower Mississippi River Valley, and working from the 1860s to 190…
 
A celebration of marijuana in honor of the 420th episode of Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank Podcast. I got my friends and comedians Duncan Trussell, Dan Soder, Tony Hinchcliffe, Steve Rannazzisi, Sal Vulcano, Adrienne Iapalucci, and Mark Normand to all tell me their favorite weed stories. We got into how we started smoking, the munchies, gettting TOO hi…
 
In America's Pacific Northwest a group of conservative Protestants have been conducting a new experiment in cultural transformation. Dissatisfied with what they see as the clumsy political engagement and vapid literary and artistic culture of mainstream Evangelicals, these Christian Reconstructionists have deployed an altogether different set of st…
 
In the latest episode, Bobby meets ex-AFL player and coach Mr Nick Walsh. During their chat, they talked about the pressure on men in the public eye, the trauma of losing a loved one during COVID in 2020 and how the landscape of masculinity is shifting... even if it is slowly. This episode was recorded via Zoom on November 12, 2020 CAUTION: This co…
 
Chris Distefano sits in as guest co-host once again and the guys talk Chris getting kidnapped and FORCED to have Bobby Lee and Andrew Santino's pubes DUMPED on his face, Nick getting grilled by Bobby for the Steebee Weebee booking mishap, Chris giving back to the Asian community and more. Also, a geoduck eating challenge between Brendan and Chris, …
 
McCourt is a former Northern Ireland International whose playing career spans over 17 years. At the height of his time as a pro, Paddy played for Celtic and had 18 senior appearances with Northern Ireland. A winger by trade, Paddy was nicknamed ‘the Derry Pele’ due to his technical ability and propensity for scoring ‘wonder goals’. Today, Paddy is …
 
Eilish Gregory, Catholics During the English Revolution, 1642-1660: Politics, Sequestration and Loyalty (Boydell Press, 2021) is the first book to examine thoroughly the ways in which Catholics adapted to political and social change during the turbulent years of the English Revolution. The book examines several important aspects of the Catholic exp…
 
Brendan McNamara, who teaches religion at University College Cork, Ireland, has published an excellent new book on the expansion of the Bahá’í faith into western Europe. In the late nineteenth century, religious scholars and clergy in Britain became aware of a movement of reform in Persia that they framed as a revitalisation project within Islam, a…
 
Tonight we team up with 'Fireside', and we are delighted to have Kevin C.Olahan telling us 'The Voyage of Bran' tonight.🕯️ 🔥 📜And what a beautiful telling it is too. Kevin C.Olahan is a Wicklow grown seanachaí, actor and balladeer to boot. Back in the time of live theatre we saw Kevin in the Gate Theatre's 'A Christmas Carol', and he started his ow…
 
We're back together in the studio and Tom is on his 'roid rage tip. We are joined by the head brewer at Human Robot, Andrew Foss and one of the owning partners, Ken Correll. We have Human Robot on, so you KNOW we're talking lagers and pilsners. We are also talking glassware, the Human Robot brand and Czech side pours. Oh, and Ken casually drops tha…
 
You might hear mention this time of year of the man who saved the Pagan Irish and brought them the Good News. But not all of the Pagan Irish were happy about that. The ancient warriors of Ireland had their own code. A code of generosity, hospitality, and courage. In other words, they were terrible sinners. This is our chat about that conversation. …
 
Histories of seventeenth-century Quakerism have far too often emphasized social and political factors as the agents of development and change. While the Quakers were not in a vacuum and persecution was a real challenge, Madeleine Pennington draws attention to a more fundamental agent of change in Quaker belief and practice: theological pressure. In…
 
Like Deeper Love's Renegade Master, we're back once again. In the first episode of Season 2, Bobby meets the human swiss-army knife of talents, Mr Jye Smith. In their windy waffle, they spoke about hyper-masculinity, alcohol dependency and why watching your parents getting old is terrifying. This episode was recorded in-person on October 22, 2020 C…
 
The rise of Neo-Evangelicalism as a social and political American movement accompanied shifting attitudes in broader American criminal justice policies. Religious leaders from Billy Graham to David Wilkerson found growing concerns around juvenile delinquency and general lawbreaking as strategic connection points for their evangelistic message and m…
 
Motivated by a theology that declared missionary work was independent of secular colonial pursuits, Protestant missionaries from Germany operated in ways that contradict current and prevailing interpretations of nineteenth-century missionary work. As a result of their travels, these missionaries contributed to Germany's colonial culture. Because of…
 
Ann Blair and Kaspar von Greyerz have edited an outstanding volume that breaks important new ground in the history of early modern science and religion. As the contributors to this volume demonstrate, the long-standing discussion of natural theology gave way in the mid-seventeenth century to a new conversation about physico-theology, a distinctive …
 
Chris Distefano joins the show as Special Guest Co-Host and the Culture Corner is BACK! The guys talk going Back to the Gym, Brendan and Theo's Birthdays, Gen-Z trying to cancel Bill Burr, Chris's New Baby, Butt Hair, All New Relationship Advice Submissions, Update on Cat and Stevie Blue Eyes, All New Race My Cases with Judge Justin and much more! …
 
Bryce Traister has edited a collection of 13 original essays exploring the shifting landscape in the historiography of American Puritanism in American Literature and the New Puritan Studies (Cambridge UP, 2017). These essays explore how studies in American literature(s) can benefit from the shifting trends in 21st-century scholarship under the broa…
 
My guest today Nate Bargatze and I are talking about Hollywood, and its pontifical actors who can’t seem to stop gabbing. They give us their opinions constantly, all day long, and most of the time without doing any research or taking the time to educate themselves beforehand. Or it's the self-important cause that they’re shoving in your face. But a…
 
You might hear mention this time of year of the man who saved the Pagan Irish and brought them the Good News. But not all of the Pagan Irish were happy about that. The ancient warriors of Ireland had their own code. A code of generosity, hospitality, and courage. In other words, they were terrible sinners. This is the conversation that happened whe…
 
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