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Right on Cue

Clint Worthington

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Film and TV critic Clint Worthington (Consequence, RogerEbert.com, The Spool) talks to a new composer every episode about the origins, challenges, and joys of their latest musical scores.
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A Simple Combat Sports Podcast Hosted by Richard Rivera & Carlos Acosta. We are just two random dudes making a podcast about the sports we love. this is by fans for the fans. no famous people, no annalist just two dude talking Sh*t
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Spanglish Seminary Podcast

Juan Lopez and Rogelio Robles

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Spanglish Seminary is hosted by Juan Carlos Lopez and Rogelio Robles. Es un Podcast centered on la experiencia latina in 'The Church.' Sobre el espacio between Spanish e Ingles, Catholics and Aleluyas, Latino America y El Norte.
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I'll talk about everything from politics to entertainment and philosophy. I'm also a part-time entertainment writer and working-class from the UP of Michigan, so that might come up occasionally. Oh, and I make weird experimental music and sometimes host a college radio show. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wade-wainio/support
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In July 2018, Long Beach, New York-based writer Darren Paltrowitz launched the award-winning “Paltrocast with Darren Paltrowitz,” as now airing regularly via 150+ channels and OTT carriers. Guests have included: Alison Brie, Ice-T, Johnny Knoxville, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Joey Badass, Anthony Anderson, Method Man, Mary J. Blige, Danica Patrick, Joel McHale, Jon Taffer, Nate Berkus, and Damon Dash.
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Moments in Leadership is a podcast where you will hear firsthand about the careers of senior military leaders as they share their own unique and individual experiences. Moments in Leadership will immerse you in real-life stories where you will learn about the challenging situations these accomplished leaders faced and discover the lessons they learned early in their careers that were the most influential to developing their overall leadership style.
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MASASHI OSAKU provides DJ mixes of Progressive,Electro,Tech House on the Podcast for the world directly.As picking up latest tracks,he's gonna take you up through your ears at any place. ----> Introduction about "MASASHI OSAKU" ----> Masashi Osaku is a DJ specializing in Electro/Progressive/Tech/Acid House and is a master of the decks delivering fabulous mixes with the highest level of quality and class. He is constantly learning, improving and searching the world for the newest, hippest tun ...
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Innovators

Harris Search Associates

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The Innovators podcast, a product of Harris Search Associates, features interesting conversations with global thought leaders in the areas of higher education and research, engineering, technology, and the health sciences and provides our listeners an opportunity to benefit from lessons learned from the national leaders changing the landscape of innovation and discovery.
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"Amazin’ But True” is the best New York Mets podcast. It's hosted by former Mets pitcher and Emmy-Award winning TV analyst Nelson Figueroa and rabid Mets fan, columnist and media personality Jake Brown. This baseball podcast will take you inside the clubhouse with beat writer Mike Puma. "Amazin' But True" will also feature special Mets guests, including current players, former players, broadcasters and celebrity fans. New episodes of this MLB podcast are released every Monday and Thursday th ...
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Spanish for Creative Clinicians

Antonio "Tony" Milland-Santiago, MT-BC

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Hola Familia! Are you a creative clinician working with Spanish speaking clients? Do you want to connect with them in more meaningful ways? Then you are in the right place! The Spanish for Creative Clinicians Podcast was created to provide you with guides, tips & tools, as well as in-depth interviews with Spanish speaking clinicians from a variety of countries that will equip you to have more engaging sessions with your Spanish speaking clients. It's like learning clinical Spanish skills fro ...
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ABOUT: With over 13 years in Bangkok Thailand, Emanuel Skinner has become a household name and a house music icon locally and abroad. Originally from San Francisco and now a Phuket local sharing his vision and sound all across South East Asia . With over 20 years experience filling the best and biggest venues from Jakarta, Singapore, China, India, to South Korea, Bangladesh to Malaysia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and all over Thailand (Chang Mai, Koh Tao, Koh Samui, Phuket, Pat ...
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Grammy- and two-time Emmy-winning composer Carlos Rafael Rivera has spent the last decade building moody, complex musical worlds around complicated characters. His earliest prominent work was with regular collaborator Scott Frank on films like A Walk Among the Tombstones, and the Netflix miniseries Godless. But it was his mercurial work on Frank's …
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I spoke with Carlos Rafael Rivera about his score for the Netflix miniseries "Griselda." Rivera is a two-time Emmy-winner and a Grammy winner. We talk about how true crime and horror shows are always a "guilty pleasure," and about the quirks of education. He also asked me about my shirt...a purple shirt featuring Peter Kropotkin, a Russian Prince w…
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Welcome to Horror Week! Calling from Costa Rica, horror author Carlos E. Rivera discuss the first book in his horror trilogy as well as his roots for writing the folklore masterpiece. You don't want to miss this episode! About the book: ALL TOWNS HAVE SECRETS An unseen evil is growing deep beneath the isolated seaside town of White Harbor, which an…
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Welcome to Fantasy Week! Author J.V. Hilliard has brilliantly built a world that is so addicting and fascinating in his series called The Warminster Saga, having The Last Keeper as his first book in the series. He talks about his writing style and journey, as well as wonderful tips for authors. About the book: A young boy's prophetic visions. A ter…
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In this episode of Moments in Leadership, U.S. Marine Corps Colonel Paul Merida and host David B. Armstrong discuss the early parts of his life and career, concluding with his time commanding one of the ‘Crown Jewels’ of the Marine Corps, a Marine Expeditionary Unit. His insights provide useful lessons about how to manage disparate organizations ov…
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This week's guest is RTS winning and BAFTA-nominated composer Vince Pope, a London-based composer who cut his teeth on scores ranging from Misfits to episodes of Black Mirror. But his most exciting collaborations of late have been those with filmmaker Issa Lopez, starting with her 2017 magical-realist horror film Tigers Are Not Afraid. Now, the pai…
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Continuing with Thriller Week! Author Cheri Krueger has written a wildly different kind of thriller and we're all here for it. Check us out as we discussed her recent publication The Abduction of Adrienne Berg and her writing journey. About the book: Restless housewife Adrienne meets charismatic pilot Gabriel and feels an instant primal attraction.…
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Composer Laura Karpman joins Score to talk about her work on the Oscar-nominated score for AMERICAN FICTION, breaking down how jazz informed a story rich in satire and wit to give it a unique musical edge and voice intertwined with characters. Then, she discusses her path from likely music professor into at one point being one of the only women wor…
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Dive into the wild world of the dearly departed, late. great Mojo Nixon, the irreverent musician, actor, and once-proclaimed King of Corn-Pone Grossness. From his eclectic blend of rock, punk, and country music to his memorable roles on screen, Mojo Nixon's career is as colorful as it is unconventional. Join me as I explore his journey from the sta…
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Welcome to Thriller Week! Author Jacob Simpson's passion for writing and storytelling comes through brilliantly as we discuss his writing process and journey about a pastor who moonlights as a private eye in his recent project titled The Last Good Friday, currently looking to be published traditionally. No stranger in publishing stories, however, J…
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When Ken Starr went after Bill Clinton during his Preisdency, Starr tried to emphasize that the case is not about sex. It is about power and abuse of power, and they talked about the scandal reflecting a deep sense of loss of the country's innocence, and all that sort of stuff. But the political press was, practically speaking, having none of it. S…
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Continuing with Romance Week! Author Terry Newman's positivity is so infectious! Our talk is full of laughter and definitely awe (from me!) as she talks about her romance Rewrites of the Heart. There's something about just simply enjoying a great conversation with a romance author that makes this week in such good cheer. About the book: JJ Spritely…
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Welcome to Romance Week! Author Pernille Hughes discusses what makes a great romance as well as her writing journey for her third novel Ten Years. Don't miss the realistic look at writing a romance as well as the reader's expectations! About the book: They’re perfect for each other They just don’t know it yet Becca and Charlie have known each other…
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Continuing with Horror Week! Author Joseph Pesavento and I discussed the horror genre and all that encompasses his work about stories in small towns. Don't miss our talk! About the book: Noah always wanted to help the community of Hyde Cove as an officer. He let his personal life take second place to protect the people and the town he loved since c…
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Composer David Fleming (The Last of Us, Blue Planet II) talks about his inventive score for Prime Video’s new Mr. & Mrs. Smith, working with Donald Glover, coming up through the Remote Control composer system with Atli Orvarsson, Steve Jablonsky and Hans Zimmer, and why the new Jim Henson documentary will melt everyone’s hearts. Interview by Kenny …
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In this thought-provoking podcast episode, I delve into the complex reasons why some individuals consistently make bad choices in life, even when they are aware of the consequences. From psychological factors and environmental influences to cognitive biases and lack of information, I explore the multifaceted nature of decision-making. Join me as I …
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Continuing the 2nd Non-Fiction Week with a memoir! Author Barbara J. Mack doesn't shy away from sharing her experience with being diagnosed with epilepsy in her memoir, The Hand I've Been Dealt: A Life Lived with Epilepsy. She credits her family and friends as we discuss her writing style and journey. About the book: Author Barbara J. Mack grew up …
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Welcome to the 2nd Non-Fiction Week! Author Louise Carnachan definitely knows plenty about work bosses and working conditions. With this clever and intuitive book, Work Jerks explores the types of bosses we all deal with and how to well, deal with them. We discuss her approach to her writing style along with some future plans. About the book: If yo…
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This week, we're catching up with one of the Oscar-shortlisted Best Score nominees -- Anthony Willis' score to Emerald Fennell's lavish, mysterious thriller Saltburn. Fennell's second directorial feature, after Promising Young Woman, is a kind of Brideshead Revisited by way of Tom Ripley and mid-2000s party culture: A mysterious young bloke named O…
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Continuing with Grief in Literature Week Author Holly Margl explores grief psychology, providing coaching techniques for those who is presented with what does one do or say to someone who is grieving? We discuss her approach and journey into writing this important and necessary book. About the book: Witnessing Grief contains specific elements to fu…
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The Miami-based Carlos Rafael Rivera with two series releasing now (Griselda, Monsieur Spade) joins to talk about his massive breakout with The Queen’s Gambit, followed by Hacks and Lessons in Chemistry. Why Sofia Vergara's dramatic turn as a drug kingpin in Miami deserved an operative approach. How he manages to maintain his Miami location for an …
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This "Paltrocast" features interviews with award-winning musician and songwriter Andrés Cepeda, Monica Raymund and Rebecca Cutter of STARZ series "Hightown," actor Diego Tinoco, TNA Wrestling star Killer Kelly, and New Model Army singer Justin Sullivan. Theme song by Steve Schiltz.By Darren Paltrowitz
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Just wanted to make a quick episode about a topic I have never covered before: BBQ, and a BBQ TV show. Yes, BBQ. I know, I know, the world's falling apart and there are far bigger issues I could be addressing, but I have been a little too busy to write notes for elaborate podcast episodes at the moment. So here's a quick episode about...yes, BBQ. -…
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Welcome to Grief in Literature Week Author Dawn Michele knows grief and channels that into her writing, resulting into her novel Broken, a beautifully written book about loss and moving forward. We discussed her writing journey and upcoming projects. About the book: Is it a betrayal to those you lost to move forward? Can you find moments of joy ami…
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This episode is a unique look into the mind of one of our service’s senior leaders days before a major hearing. Moreso than a typical CSPAN briefing of soundbites, the lister will be able to hear, in detail, plans to improve quality of life and lethality of Marines. The 20th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (SMMC), Carlos Ruiz, discusses the init…
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Continuing with Women Authors Week! Author Kathryn Brown Ramsperger combines her cultural knowledge and writing wit into a trilogy that expands across continents. We discussed her writing journey as well as her experience as a journalist and becoming an author. About the book: An idealistic humanitarian worker with a decade of field experience arri…
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For nearly fifteen years, composer Dave Porter has been the musical voice of the Breaking Bad universe -- having scored every season of Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, and the film El Camino for good measure. Now, he plies his penchant for atmospheric, guitar-driven thrills to the MCU, with the new Disney+ series, Echo. A spinoff of Hawkeye, Echo h…
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This "Paltrocast" features interviews with actor/director Bryan Greenberg, composer and Arcade Fire member Richard Reed Parry, The Salt Collective's Stéphane Schück, the co-founders of Yale Productions, and the co-owner of Ozzy's Apizza. Theme song by Steve Schiltz.By Darren Paltrowitz
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Welcome to Women Authors Week! Author Michelle Waitzman is truly a renaissance woman, being not only a writer, but also an editor, consultant and so many more. With her latest pub about finding your happiness by ways of mirroring why dogs are genuinely happy, this self-help book, Be as Happy as Your Dog, is something we all need. About the book: A …
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I got my brother on to chat about the classic series premiere of Tales from the Crypt, titled "The Man Who Was Death." The episode is an electrifying good time! (Hopefully the podcast episode is, too.) --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wade-wainio/support
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This podcast has had a long and fruitful relationship with composer Paul Leonard-Morgan, the man behind the scores of films like Dredd and Limitless, among countless others. But two commonalities have permeated the scores he's discussed with me: Errol Morris and Philip Glass. For the former, he teamed up to score Amazon's Tales from the Loop; for t…
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Continuing Mystery/Thriller Week! Author Laura Honken and I discuss her writing process and publishing journey. With plenty of support and will to publish a book, her thriller The Best Laid Lies deserve the spotlight on your TBR! About the book: Even with money, good looks, a loving husband and a beautiful stepdaughter, Ella Dalton suffers from sev…
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Welcome to Cozy Mystery Week! And Happy New Year! Author Lucy Lyons is more than just a cozy mystery writer. Her book, highlighted in this episode, The Finding Machine, also has sci-fi elements in the story that elevated this book into such a fascinating read. And to top it all off, it's set in the 90s so the nostalgia just makes this book bloom br…
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This week, we're joined by Ivor Novello and BIFA-nominated composer Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch, a Paris-born artist who has made quite the name for herself in the last few years. Getting her start building scores for friends in film school who needed music for their short films, Emilie quickly cut her teeth on films like 2018's Only You and 2019's …
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Ser mujer es fortaleza, ternura y tener un corazón lleno de amor y de sabiduría de Dios. Ser mujer es brindar apoyo acogiendo el don de la vida. “Mujeres en Vivo” es un programa producido de corazón a corazón por el equipo de colaboradoras del Centro Alianza de Vida, desde Mérida, Yucatán (México). Integrado por mujeres que viven la vida de familia…
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This Ain’t the Boy Scouts – U.S. Army Major General Matthew D. Smith In this episode of Moments in Leadership, Army Major General Matthew D. Smith and host David B. Armstrong discuss the early parts of his life and career, concluding with his time holding battlespace in Afghanistan without a workup cycle to support that style of operation. His insi…
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In this episode, I unravel the perpetual cycle of humanity's exploitation of nature, examining the four fundamental elements: economic exploitation, religious manipulation, the military-industrial complex, and "organic" human manipulation. Delve into the core of corruption, the fifth element of ideology, as I explore the subtle yet powerful forces …
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