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Tune in and listen to the JanuaryOne Music Podcast for the latest and most appreciated Deep and Tech-House every month, mixed and chosen by JanuaryOne.
 
Podcast by BK
 
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Sunday
Weekly
 
A look at the ethical and religious issues of the week
 
Project Kazimierz is leading the Innovation in Europe Movement through its Innovation in Europe Podcast, Educational Articles, and Business Innovation Education
 
Star Wars X-Wing Miniatures Podcast based in Cape Town, South Africa.First Star Wars X-Wing Podcast on the African Continent!
 
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Good Morning Bro!
Daily+
 
A conversation between 2 brothers on the world and how we best see it..
 
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Smokeroom Podcast
Monthly
 
The Smokeroom Podcast, brought to you by your hosts Cape Town and The Burgh, joined by DJ and Doc, join us every monday for our little gift to the rest of the world. Also check us out online!http://www.smokeroompodcast.com
 
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Freestructor Radio
Monthly+
 
Interviewing Free Thinkers, Business Owners, Influencers and Entrepreneurs. Tell me, whats your Story,Inspiration,Mission, Life's purpose?
 
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Queer and Alone
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Jim Strahs' 1987 novel, Queer and Alone, read by Scott Halvorsen Gillette, of Radiohole
 
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Started with the fascinating topic of Israel blocking a visit by US congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, and what it meant for our relationship. Then got into the new Russian nuclear-powered ballistic missiles, Capetown sends in the military to combat it's rising murder rate, a police officer is caught up in his own department's sex sting, and a serial ...…
 
Sarah Champion, MP for Rotherham explains why some MPs want to close a legal loophole so that it is illegal for sports coaches and religious leaders to have sex with anyone in their care under the age of 18. Maji Peterx is a specialist in conflict resolution and has brought together former members and victims of Boko Haram in trauma awareness a ...…
 
This is a JanuaryOne Guest Set for Deep House Moscow.By JanuaryOne.
 
Sister Helen Prejean is known worldwide for campaigning against the death penalty in the US. She is the author of the bestselling ‘Dead Man Walking’ and joins Emily to talk about her latest book – a personal story of faith and spirituality.This week marks the 50th anniversary of the start of The Troubles and although the Good Friday Agreement s ...…
 
Started with the breaking news of the insane Jeffrey Epstein suicide, and the conspiracy theories abound. Then I get in to what's going on in Kashmir, Russian explosion may be radioactive, OC stabbing rampage due to CA nutty prisoner-realignment laws, the Democratic Socialists of America have their lunatic convention, and a British guy decides ...…
 
A major clean-up is underway as homes were deluged, bridges destroyed, roads blocked and towns cut off as flash floods devastated parts of England. Reeth, in North Yorkshire, has been badly hit by the floods and the Bishop of Ripon, Helen-Ann Hartley has been one of those helping farmers and villagers as they try to get on top of the aftermath. ...…
 
Started this week with the early breaking news of the El Paso shooting, and then got into that terrible San Diego cliff collapse that killed three people. Then it was on to Brazil prison riots, Boko Haram funeral massacre, Cattle mutilation mystery, North Korea launches more missiles, Saudi Arabia relaxes "guardianship rules," and a Canadian co ...…
 
It’s been a long and strange July. From more bad news involving our economy and its future, to issue that involve fake second comings. It’s a good thing July is in the past.
 
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme presented by William Crawley.By BBC Radio 4.
 
Bad start to the week, as I start with the United States Marine Corps human smuggling ring, and the Navy SEAL team sent home from Iraq in disgrace. Then they think they figured out why all those people died in Dominican Republic, North Korea missile tests, The stupid Mueller testimony, Heat wave hits Europe, and a conservative Republican politi ...…
 
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme presented by Edward Stourton.By BBC Radio 4.
 
Started with all the updates of the Iranians seizing that British oil tanker and harassing our battleship with their drone. Then I hit the Antifa ICE terrorist, Crisis in Puerto Rico, Nepalese flood deaths, Japanese mass arson killing, "SEND HER BACK," 50 year anniversary of moon landing, and a priest is accused of sucking off his parishioners ...…
 
At the height of the English Civil War, the City of Chester was not only scarred by battle, it was also devastated by plague. One house, at 9, Watergate Street, was spared, it is still known as ‘God’s Providence House’. In 1652 a special oak relief carving was made to commemorate this building. Now, 367 years later, it has just turned up in a h ...…
 
Even though I feel like death, I STILL showed up... started with the Jefferey Epstein and R. Kelly cases, and then got into the Al-Shabab bombing in Somalia that killed 26. Plus the UAE is abandoning the Yemen war, British chick impales self with metal straw, another US KIA in Afghanistan, UK ambassador to US quits after embarrassing diplomatic ...…
 
It’s the most dangerous city in Africa and yet, many aren’t talking about it. Is it because of who is responsible? What’s being done? Is it serious?
 
Khanyi Mbau had an interesting interview on ENCA and she spoke about her skin bleaching controversy in a way that created a bit of a conversation online about colourism. This is a response to that.
 
A conversation on our feelings towards hashtag activism and some of the details on what’s happening in Sudan
 
Sir Stephen Cleobury – Director of Music at King’s College Cambridge – conducts his final Choral Evensong this Sunday. He talks to Emily about his 37 years at King's.The spotlight is once again on Ampleforth College over safeguarding as the Independent Schools Inspectorate published a Progress Monitoring Report highlighting failures at the scho ...…
 
Started this week with the latest updates on the SoCal earthquakes, and then got into Mexico's murder rate, spiraling out of control. Plus the Navy SEAL war crimes trial concludes, Mumbai flooding ravages city, AOC vs. Border Patrol, Austin legalizes sidewalk camping, Dow/S&P indices hit record, Ethiopian-Israeli riots, and a guy ejaculated on ...…
 
It's the biggest music festival in the world with more than 200,000 people expected to visit Worthy Farm in Somerset. It's renowned for its spectacular line up of musicians, but there is also a spiritual element to Glastonbury - and even a religious presence. The Reverend Chris North, has been volunteering for the past fifteen years in the Sanc ...…
 
Podcast#155: Dem debate recap, Military STDs soar, Teacher shoots Pornhub scenes in school classroom by BKBy BK.
 
Summary: John Murn is a marketing strategist based in Taipei, Taiwan. After starting his career in 4A agencies, he now plies his trade in the adtech world, where he’s spent time working on e-commerce, streaming, mobile video advertising, and programmatic advertising optimization. In addition to his day job, John is a serial networker, which led ...…
 
Summary: Marek Jankowski is the host of Mała Wielka Firma – one of the most popular business podcasts in Poland launched in 2009. He wrote two books for entrepreneurs: Mała wielka firma (Little Big Company) and Pułapki small biznesu (Small Business Pitfalls). Marek is also a former radio journalist, who in 2004 started his own … Continue readin ...…
 
Started this week by talking about my one-week twitter suspension, and then did a recap of the first week of the Navy SEAL war crimes. Then I hit the Chinese president visiting North Korea, and the crazy ebola-related Congo migration crisis. Plus an Uber eats driver caught masturbating, England delays nation-wide porn verification system, Stupi ...…
 
Hindu spiritual leader BK Shivani described as “the very modern face of India's ancient Raja Yoga” this week she arrives in the UK to start a European Tour. Raja Yoga is known as the ‘yoga of the mind’ and BK Shivani’s has a vast following of almost 4 million on social media. She's expected to fill venues across the UK. Edward Stourton has been ...…
 
It was a tough go this week... first the NY times screws me with their primitive billing system, and then I have a catastrophic iPad failure in the middle of the podcast. Nevertheless I pressed on: Tensions with Iran increase over oil tanker incident, Saudi airport bombed, Moldovan government instability, Sudan crisis rolls on, David Ortiz shot ...…
 
Two years after Grenfell we hear about the role that faith plays in the lives of those still fighting for justice and overcoming the trauma of the worst UK residential fire since the Second World War. We hear why the Archbishop of Dublin has called for an end to gangland-style funerals and why some fear his statement could put local priests at ...…
 
From Political figure coining new terms. Domestic abuse and social media to Huawei ban. We talk about all of them in length and explore them as best we can.
 
After Larry from MicrowaveBoys and the Reps was called out for domestic abuse. The reaction based on certain differences in social ideological ways of approaching this issue became apparent.
 
Huawei gets banned from all American corporations including google and the google play store. This is how it affects you. If you have a Huawei
 
Helen Zille made some somewhat strange comments on Black Privilege and Arnold’s assault case
 
Started this week with the Mexico tariff story, and what Mexico has promised to do. Then I got into the ongoing war between the Muslims and Buddhists in Sri Lanka, Australia mass shooting, Sudan protests descend into chaos, German serial killer nurse update, and a guy gets robbed after his Grindr date ball-gags him over penis size fight. Music: ...…
 
As the Cricket World Cup gets underway, Sarah Fane, founder and director of Afghan Connection a charity working to improve the lives of young Afghani's through cricket tells William about the extraordinary story of the rise of Afghanistan as a cricketing force.Commemorations are taking place for the 75th anniversary of D-Day on 6th June 2019. O ...…
 
Started out this week with a summary of the Virginia Beach mass shooting, and then pivoted into results from the European Union elections, and the rising populist tide. Then some international disasters, guy gets a 9 day erection after bruising perineum, Brazil military riots, Navy MAGA morale patch controversy, Mexico tariffs, and a guy claims ...…
 
Summary: David Troy is a serial entrepreneur and community activist in Baltimore, Maryland. He is currently CEO and product architect at 410 Labs, maker of the popular e-mail management tools Mailstrom.co and Chuck. He has been acknowledged by the founding team at Twitter as the first developer to utilize the Twitter API, with his project … Con ...…
 
Asia Bibi's lawyer, Saif-ul Malook, was named Secularist of the Year this week by the National Secular Society. This week he returns to Pakistan after forfeiting his asylum in the Netherlands in order to fight another blasphemy case. He tells us why.Diarmaid MacCulloch joins us to explain why is he so concerned at a British Academy report this ...…
 
A special Memorial Day reflection, and this is podcast number ONE HUNDRED FIFTY (!!!) Then it was on to the Indian election, Kenya upholds criminalizing gay sex, British PM steps down, Tony Robbins' N-word tape released, Guy wakes up to find genitals removed, Jussie Smollett case unsealed, and students are alleged to have contaminated teacher f ...…
 
Didge the Beloved prez. Serene Cuts XIV - Anderman. Podomatic:https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/serenecuts/episodes/2019-05-22T16_45_26-07_00Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/serene-cuts/serene-cuts-xiv-anderman#WeLoveSereneCuts #ServiceDelivery #Serene2019https://itunes.apple.com/za/podcast/serene-cuts-podcast/id1076909498?mt=2Download *Share ...…
 
In her day, Queen Emma was a powerful political figure who married two successive Kings of England and was the mother of Edward the Confessor. Experts believe that they have found her bones in a mortuary chest at Winchester Cathedral. Replicas of those bones now form the centrepiece of a new exhibition exploring the relationship between monarch ...…
 
After a record breaking week, I start with the Australian election results that stunned the experts, and the turmoil hitting Austrian politics. Then I get into the stunning news that the prosecutors in the Navy SEAL war crimes case sent spyware (allegedly) to the defense lawyers. Plus teachers behaving badly, our weekly political roundup, Weins ...…
 
We meant to record 4 segments but the time it took on each topic left us on 2. We are talking about Caster and the IAAF decision and Instagram deciding to eliminate your ability to see likes. Hope you guys like it.
 
Walking pilgrimages are increasingly capturing the popular imagination; Bernadette Kehoe joins pilgrims on a new pilgrimage route in Kent. The ‘Augustine Camino’ winds its way from the Anglican Cathedral in Rochester to the Catholic shrine of St Augustine. Jean Vanier, the Catholic theologian and founder of the L’Arche communities, died this we ...…
 
Began this week with the important trade talks that collapsed between the US and China. Then I got into another bombing in Pakistan, South African election results, USMC officer killed in training, and a guy severed his own genitals at home with a ceramic knife. Also some good racism stories, cuck Ben Shapiro, nutty PA state legislator, and a N ...…
 
Ramadan begins tomorrow and for the next month, Muslims will fast every day from sunrise to sunset. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam as is Zakat - the compulsory giving of a proportion of your wealth to charity. We hear from young Muslims about the importance of giving.Today the Pope sets off on a visit to Bulgaria and the Republic o ...…
 
I was tired AF but you guys know I don't like to miss a week, so I hung tough. Started with the story of the Venezualen coup, and where it all went wrong. Then I covered the 270 poll workers who died (!!) during Indonesia's recent elections, the recent social media bans and what it means for free speech, and an update on that Green Beret cocain ...…
 
Sri Lanka's Easter Sunday bombings left at least 250 dead and more than 500 wounded. One week on we examine the history behind Sri Lanka's religious tensions and speak to a Catholic leader as churches across the country remain shut in fear of further attacks. After so-called Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack, we ask if this is ...…
 
I started by telling you guys how, ONCE AGAIN, the twitter Nazis are after me as I get another account suspension. Then it's on to the news: Sri Lanka craziness keeps going, NK visits Russia, Pakistan polio vaccinators shot, Illegal immigrant loving judge, and an update to Notre Dame. Also a very important update the famous "Farm Orgy Three." M ...…
 
Answering 8 questions from friends and family. It gets crazy at parts
 
How was the date of Easter decided in the West? Michael Carter, Monastic Historian at English Heritage explains why Whitby Abbey played a crucial role. Ethirajan Anbarasan from the BBC's Sihala service gives the latest on the bombing of churches and hotels in Sri Lanka where hundreds have died.Cardinal Vincent Nichols head of the Catholic Churc ...…
 
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