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Poetry as F*ck is a spoken word podcast, containing three different shows: 'Poets Against Humanity' - a Creative Commons remix of 'Cards Against Humanity' where poets desecrate each others' work in a panel show format. 'Lies, Dreaming' - a digital open mic night based around a theme, with recorded spoken word submitted by listeners. 'Eight Poems That, If You Had To Be Trapped In Some Way For a Prolonged Period Of Time With Little Hope of Rescue, You'd Quite Like to Bring Along For Coping Pur ...
 
A weekly conversation about politics and current events, international affairs, history, art, books, and the natural world, to illuminate the issues faced by society and explore them in new ways – presented by Amy Mullins. The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion
 
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All Of It

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All Of It

Jay&CiCi Drake

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A podcast where we talk about literally all of it. LET US KNOW WHAT YOU WANT TO HEAR US TALK ABOUT NEXT!!!! Jay Email:The.deep.sea07@gmail.com Patreon: JayDrake_AllOfIt Insta: @thegreattide07 Twitter: @TheDeepTide07 TikTok: @Thegreattide CiCi Email: Ci.jay.inc22@gmail.com Patreon: @ CiCi's_World TikTok:@ BigMamaCici_236 Podcast: A WOMAN'S World
 
Shifting between Earth and Mars, Badge of Infamy focuses on the gripping tale of a former doctor who becomes a pariah due to being temporarily governed by emotion and compassion, rather than complying with the highly regarded rules established by the Medical Lobby. Furthermore, the novel covers numerous topics including justice, brutality, betrayal, ethics, political control, and lobbying. Set in the year 2100, the novel begins with the introduction of its protagonist, Daniel Feldman, an eth ...
 
Cycles of poverty, violence, exploitation and addiction are found in broken families in bad neighborhoods all over the world. Many popular icons and influencers profits from glorifying these destructive lifestyles. They are unable to do this because people don't understand or are apathetic to the reality of these lifestyles. This careless and selfish use of influence is perpetuating these cycles of disconnection. Let's break those cycles.
 
Bifferz loves talking about two things... Heavy Metal, and Nerd Stuff. He will keep you updated on things like what new metal albums are coming out and who's gonna be playing the next Spider-Man, that's just the beginning of each episode though. Every episode will have its own topic that Bifferz along with some friends will give their take on. Bifferz hopes to inform you and enlighten you and hopefully make you laugh while doing it.
 
Comedy. Himalaya app: http://www.himalaya.com/en/show/1093149?Influencer_uid=1169092&Share_from=App&Share_to=Others Anchor: https://anchor.fm/hot-podcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4kTpuqjeozABMhPY0mfnvD TikTok: http://vm.tiktok.com/do8AUT/ Instagram: Vorcalob- https://instagram.com/vorcalob117?igshid=1tbfqsw3mkc46 Cyclops- https://instagram.com/cyclops541?igshid=rhh1165d74i2 GoodBoy- https://instagram.com/goodboy_pd?igshid=1oa7do3fuydde YouTube: Vorcalob- https://www.youtube.com ...
 
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Making It Real

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Making It Real

Bob Caporale and Tate Tegtmeier

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Have you ever had an idea for a new product but just didn't know how to get started? If so, then this is the podcast for you! Each week, we highlight a different product entrepreneur who turned a great new idea into a successful new product. You'll hear about their challenges, their triumphs, their ups, and their downs. But, most of all, you'll learn how each guest was able to take nothing more than an idea, and turn it into a viable, marketable product or business. Our guests have been feat ...
 
20 something year old who has overcome several obstacles and life, i like to talk about those things that i have gone through, in a very relaxed chill enviroment, with my cohost a loving boyfriend Dax. New official Co-Host. Music Mondays Being one of the days i upload, and topic tuesdays, where i sit down with my co-host and talk about things we are passoinate about, or find interseting, my podcast is intented for those around my age group who have similiar trouble, so we can learn from and ...
 
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Writer, broadcaster, and musician, Sian Prior joins Amy to discuss her book, Childless, A Story of Freedom and Longing. It's about Sian's seven-year-long quest to become a mother, and how that failure affected every part of her emotional life. Sian explores how society could better support those who are childless not by choice, which has become an …
 
Dr Kevin Bonham, psephologist, polling analyst, and political commentator, drops by to discuss the Victorian state election polling figures thus far, the problem with Group Voting Tickets and preference harvesting, and why we should vote below the line in the Upper House. Writer, broadcaster, and musician, Sian Prior joins Amy to discuss her book, …
 
Historian Dr Emma Shortis from RMIT's EU Centre of Excellence stops by to talk about the latest in US politics, including the mid-term election results and the summit season currently underway and attended by world leaders. Acclaimed novelist, poet, and musician Gregory Day joins Amy to speak in-depth about his latest book, Words Are Eagles: Select…
 
Russia and international security expert Dr Matthew Sussex gives us clarity on what is happening in Russia's war against Ukraine, the "worldview" of President Putin, the effect of Russia's withdrawal from Kherson on the war strategy of both sides, plus their use of munitions, drones, and more. Matthew is an Associate Professor at the Griffith Asia …
 
Journalist and filmmaker Karl Malakunas speaks in-depth about the volunteer environmental defenders risking their lives on the island of Palawan (Philippines) to save some of the most biodiverse forests and oceans in the world from illegal logging and fishing. The story of the Palawan NGO Network Inc's (PNNI) brave members and supporters is feature…
 
Professor Chris Wallace from the Faculty of Business, Government, and Law at the University of Canberra, talks about the latest in federal politics, including the Robodebt Royal Commission, Labor's IR Bill, the October budget, and much more. Journalist and filmmaker Karl Malakunas speaks in-depth about the volunteer environmental defenders risking …
 
Barkandji researcher and storyteller Zena Cumpston talks about indigenous plant use and the deep cultural significance of plants for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Zena also speaks in-depth about the ongoing effects of colonisation in institutions like universities and the ways in which Aboriginal knowledge has been treated as an "ad…
 
Amy is joined by Thai cave rescue diver, retired veterinary surgeon, and 2019 Australian of the Year Craig Challen. Craig speaks of his fascinating experiences as a technical cave diver setting records and travelling around the world diving with his mate Dr Richard 'Harry' Harris. Craig also shares how their involvement in the famous Tham Luang cav…
 
Broadcaster and guest columnist for The Politics Jonathan Green talks all things federal politics. Award-winning climate scientist and writer Dr Joëlle Gergis, delves into her new book, Humanity's Moment: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope. Joëlle is an Australian Lead Author of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Asses…
 
To mark the Geelong Football Club's 2022 AFL premiership win, we re-aired a special interview with former Vice-President of the Geelong Football Club Bob Gartland and Geelong Gallery Director Jason Smith. They discuss the history of Aussie rules football and the second oldest continuous sporting organisation in the world – the Geelong Football Club…
 
Historians Professor Michelle Arrow and Professor Frank Bongiorno speak about the disturbing new history wars, which have seen several of Australia's national cultural institutions suffer severe cumulative federal funding cuts over decades with damaging effects. For example, the National Library of Australia has taken an unprecedented step and clos…
 
They are at it again. Cecil had one job. Watch the room and talk about it with Erin and Shinzu. That was it. Did he? Yes. Did he also infect the whole podcast with more BatPussy talk? Why don’t you take a guess. Derailed is a term used for train wrecks. What’s worse than derailed? Inner-dimensional shift into a mountain? Yeah, this one was an inner…
 
Cinematic legend and icon Jean-Luc Godard died at age 91 recently, so it was apt that Dr Andrew McGregor returned to delve deeply into the life and legacy of the revolutionary auteur. Andrew and Amy discuss the nouvelle vague movement that originated in the late 1950s into the 1960s in France and Godard's prominent place within it. They explore the…
 
Historian Dr Emma Shortis from RMIT stops by to discuss the latest in US politics and some of the major developments events in geopolitics. Cinematic legend and icon Jean-Luc Godard died at age 91 recently, so it was apt that Dr Andrew McGregor returned to delve deeply into the life and legacy of the revolutionary auteur. Andrew and Amy discuss the…
 
Luke Henriques-Gomes, Guardian Australia's social affairs and inequality editor, speaks about his latest investigative reporting on the welfare system, especially the job services providers who profit from Australia's "mutual obligations" system. ABC radio host and former Triple R broadcaster Jacinta Parsons joins Amy for an in-depth discussion abo…
 
ABC radio host and former Triple R broadcaster Jacinta Parsons joins Amy for an in-depth discussion about her new book, A Question of Age: Women, ageing and the forever self. Jacinta asks, how do we adjust our perceptions of getting older? What does it mean to age as a woman? And what is our currency now? Jacinta's previous book is called, Unseen: …
 
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