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Tune into Passion Fruits Podcast as Daniel and Adam explore what makes people go from being a casual fan to a fanatic. From music bands to movie franchises, hobbies to books, and everything in between, they'll cover it all. Grab your cup of cocoa, and enjoy as they take a very serious deep dive into passion.
 
Licking Non-Vanilla is a sex-positive hour of talk about kink, sexual mores and writing dirty words. So pull up your favorite easy chair, a cup of hot cup of cocoa and the lube, and sail into the dark, sweet waters of all things naughty... on Licking Non-Vanilla, with your hosts Ralph Greco Jr. and M.Christian. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/licking-non-vanilla/donations
 
A podcast by iOS developers for iOS developers, delivering news, tips, and rants for professional iOS/Mac developers, with something for enterprise and indie developers alike. Hosted by Darryl Thomas & John Sextro.
 
American Comedy Horror Story is a self-contained audio (comedy) drama. This season, grab some hot cocoa and a creepy doll as we follow mediums, Claire and Olivia, on their journey through "Orphanage." Will they survive? What happens during Sunshine Time? Exactly how many consumption jokes can two people make? All of the questions you're *dying* to ask shall be answered. Warning: There are multiple deaths throughout the season...some may or may not involve children and/or religious figures.
 
English screencasts about your favorite Mac and iOS apps.Our German Podcast is available on the website or the iTunes directory.Infos: Mac OS X Screencasts creates tutorials, software reviews bundled with free license giveaways or discounts for all kinds of Mac and iOS specific Software. Visit our website at: http://www.macosxscreencasts.com/Attention: Most of our videos are recorded in high quality. Unfortunately that means most of our videos won't play on an iPhone or iTouch Devices.
 
Lumina Intelligence's Sustainable Food & Drink Podcast asks how food and agriculture can achieve impact against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with a focus on cocoa, coffee, tea and palm.The podcast, hosted by Lumina sustainability analyst Oliver Nieburg, is intended to help industry, governments, researchers and NGOs drive sustainable development in the food & drink sector.
 
Ready to devour some inspiring herbal education? We're thrilled to share our very own podcast: Herbal Radio! This community resource is a collection of curated lectures from some of our generation's most esteemed herbalists. These informational talks are from our event, the Free Herbalism Project, audio extracted from our YouTube channel, and more.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 90 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
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BROWSE OUR ESSENTIAL OILS: https://mrh.life/QualityIsEssential Cocoa absolute is a solvent extraction from Theobroma cacao beans. The aroma for this oil is an intoxicating, dark chocolate scent: sweet, bitter, and rich with earthy undertones. Mountain Rose Herbs' certified aromatherapist, Christine Rice shares her expertise and a couple tricks for …
 
Manton and Daniel talk about the rumors of newly designed Macs coming next year, and compare notes on our regrets or satisfaction with having purchased Intel-based MacBook Pros recently. They also talk about Apple’s PR blitz in the aftermath of announcing 15% App Store commissions for “small businesses.” https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/coreint/Co…
 
Roy Williams joins Samira Ahmed to talk about Death of England: Delroy. Just before Lockdown 2, this play’s opening night became its closing night. The understudy Michael Balogun had just stepped into the role. Luckily the press and audience loved it, and the film of that performance will be available on the National Theatre’s youtube channel this …
 
Tim Hunt, Sandy Chen, and Hayden Higgins discuss how e-commerce sales channels for fresh produce in China are changing the pathway to consumers. They discuss how this channel will continue to grow as well as the drivers behind this growth, and provide some food for thought on how to approach.
 
Does Mexico have enough sugar to meet our increasing demand? Status of current crop in Mexico 20% up and yields have been positive to last year Happy Thanksgiving from the McKeany-Flavell team! Host: Michael Caughlan, President & CEOExpert: Kevin Combs, Vice President – Sweeteners SpecialistBy McKeany-Flavell
 
Chris & Ralph talk the long and dirty doing of U.S. presidents, cults and why celebrities can do the salacious stuff they do. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LNVpodcast -- Please Like! Twitter: https://twitter.com/LickingNonv -- Please follow! Email: lickingnonvanilla@gmail.com Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/licking-non-vanilla/…
 
We exclusively reveal and analyse the 2020 Costa Book Prize shortlists. Critics Alex Clark and Jade Cuttle discuss the books chosen in the five categories: Novel, First Novel, Poetry, Biography and Children's fiction. Category winners will appear on the programme in January and Front Row will announce the overall prize-winner on 26 January 2021.Guy…
 
On Front Row last week, Douglas Stuart was awarded the 2020 Booker Prize for Fiction for Shuggie Bain, his debut novel about a boy in 1980s Glasgow who supports his mother as she struggles with addiction. Tonight Douglas Stuart talks in-depth with John Wilson about his extraordinary journey from Glasgow to becoming a fashion designer in New York an…
 
You're listening to The Twisted Ten A top ten list podcast that brings unique content with a comedy twist. With hosts Adam Poston, Josh Wilson, Ron Canniff and Tach Van Sickle The opinions and messages you hear on The Twisted Ten podcast is that of the hosts and/or their guests and does not reflect the opinions of the sponsors or Libsyn. Some of th…
 
“Look at that... A mansion. A mansion in the jungle...” Episode 30, Season 3. With: Julia Morizawa, Julia Thorne, Lani Minella, Lory Martinez and Arturo Tovar. Written by Oystein Brager. Story editing by Philip Thorne. Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager. Sound design and music by Fredrik Baden. For full credits see our website. The Amelia…
 
Tim Minchin - the Australian actor, comedian, performer, musician, and composer and lyricist of the Olivier Award-winning RSC stage show Matilda The Musical – discusses his first solo album Apart Together, the themes he chooses to reflect on, and his approach to composition.Xbox Series X and Playstation 5 are in the shops. The much-anticipated new …
 
As well as talking build processes and toolchains, Scotty talks the universal MoneyWell 3.1.1 release and the feedback on the 3.1 release, as well as touching on the woes of his 2018 MacBook Pro keyboard. John talks the anatomy of the iOS Netflix transport controls and a re-creation in SwiftUI. Anatomy of the Netflix Forward Button
 
This week, EURACTIV hears about the reaction of the US farming community to the news of Joe Biden's win from Jonathan Ahl of St. Louis Public Radio, we speak about the EU taxonomy regulation and its implications for agriculture, and we explore the results from FoodDrinkEurope's annual report on the latest data and trends in the food and drinks indu…
 
It's our Season Two Finale, and boy do we have an episode for you! Prior guest and friend of the podcast, John (Gabagool and Roses Podcast), shows up to discuss record collecting, the vinyl record scene and Record Store Day. We all talk about records we love, why we collect vinyl, and really just try to be as snobby as possible. We'll be back for S…
 
Live from the Roundhouse, London, Front Row brings you the 2020 Booker Prize ceremony. Who will be the winner of the £50,000 prize for fiction in this extraordinary year?Taking part in the socially distanced proceedings will be Sir Kazuo Ishiguro, last year's winners Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo, chair of judges Margaret Busby, HRH The D…
 
Gillian Anderson on her technique for perfecting Margaret Thatcher’s distinctive voice in the fourth season of The Crown, and the recent debate the TV series has ignited over what is fact and fiction. South Georgia is a remote, windswept and icy Antarctic island, with no permanent population. But much of the industrial whaling industry was based he…
 
Plant-based meat substitutes are a rapidly growing segment in an established and large consumer food market, attracting significant investments and consumer acceptance in recent years. Cheryl Kalisch Gordon and Dennis Voznesenski discuss the potential implications for grains, oilseeds, and pulse sectors globally, but with a focus on Australia.…
 
Patrick is a black comedy from Belgium set in a woodland nudist camp. After his father dies and leaves him to run the campsite, Patrick’s favourite hammer is stolen, and he finds himself on an existential quest as he attempts to recover his beloved tool. The film is by Tim Mielants who directed the third series of Peaky Blinders. Briony Hanson give…
 
This week the boys review the latest Apple Event and share their thoughts on the first Apple Silicon machines. John also talks his recent work leading up to 'the quiet period', his ongoing work with languages and translations, and the release of Croatian. Scotty talks the release of MoneyWell 3.1, including the much anticipated full Dark Mode suppo…
 
A wide-ranging career in the food service industry has more than adequately prepared Tracey Hughes for her current role as managing director of UK ingredients distributor Henley Bridge. In our latest podcast, she talks about the business challenges imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, how she got into the industry – and how lockdown has led to an a…
 
Fela Kuti was the creator of Afrobeat – a blend of traditional Yoruba and Caribbean music with funk and jazz that exhilarated the global music scene in the 1970s and gave rise more recently to the Afrobeats scene from Burna Boy to Tiwa Savage. A new documentary by the Nigerian novelist and playwright Biyi Bandele aims to chart Fela Kuti’s rise to f…
 
You're listening to The Twisted Ten A top ten list podcast that brings unique content with a comedy twist. With hosts Adam Poston, Josh Wilson, Ron Canniff and Tach Van Sickle The opinions and messages you hear on The Twisted Ten podcast is that of the hosts and/or their guests and does not reflect the opinions of the sponsors or Libsyn. Some of th…
 
Hayden Higgins talks with Blake Holgate about his latest report on the emerging trend of sustainable finance and the opportunities this could create for New Zealand’s agricultural sector. Blake outlines the current barriers to sustainable agricultural finance, what New Zealand needs to do to overcome these, and the key benefits that sustainable fin…
 
The Simpsons is the longest running scripted primetime TV show ever. As season 31 kicks off in the UK we explore its potent popularity with comedian and fan David Baddiel and writer, producer, and story editor on thes how Tim Long who’s worked on more than 450 episodesPhotographer Simon Phipps discusses his book Brutal North, a celebration of moder…
 
COVID-19 Consumer trends driving product innovation CBD market review Post-election update What will a Biden administration do with federal regulation? Download our free CBD Market Study! Who will win the Masters? Craig and Eric weigh in! Host: Craig Ruffolo, Vice President – Commodity SpecialistExpert: Eric Thornton, Commodity Specialist…
 
Mountain Rose Herbs sponsors five rescued raptors at the Cascades Raptor Center in Eugene, Oregon. We spent a morning recently visiting with one of them: Parker, an American Kestrel. Also called a sparrow hawk, the kestrel is the smallest and most common falcon in North America. We had such a fantastic time visiting this beautiful little raptor. WA…
 
We conclude our tour of the novels shortlisted for the Booker Prize 2020 tonight with a final book group where listeners put their questions to Brandon Taylor, author of Real Life. A campus novel and a coming-of-age story, it tells the experiences of a gay, Black doctoral student in a predominantly White, PhD programme at a supposedly enlightened A…
 
Tana French is the creator of the Dublin Murder Squad crime books, that inspired the 2019 BBC TV series. Her gritty urban mysteries have been translated into 37 languages and sold around 7m copies worldwide, gaining praise from the likes of Stephen King and Marian Keyes. Her latest novel, The Searcher, moves the action to rural Ireland for the firs…
 
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