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Agents of SHIELD
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Listen as we recap each episode and read your emails. We love hearing your thoughts and theories! Be sure to check out our Agent Carter and MCU feeds, too! Write to us at RandomTeaPodcasts@gmail.com Check out what else we like to talk about at RandomTeaPodcasts.com
 
Australia's largest celebration of literature, stories and ideas. Bringing together the world's best authors, leading public intellectuals, scientists, journalists and more.
 
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VINTAGE BOOKS
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The VINTAGE Podcast is a weekly books podcast, released every Sunday, hosted by Leena Norms. Author interviews, book news and discussions on subjects ranging from literary fiction to graphic novels, cookery to crime fiction, history and travel to biography and poetry. It comes from the publishers of Jo Nesbo, Nigella Lawson, Irvine Welsh, Haruki Murakami, Ian McEwan, Joe Sacco, Anne Enright, Mark Haddon and more. #VINTAGEPodcast
 
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Marvelverse Podcast
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Across the Airwaves' Podcast reviewing Agents of Shield, Agent Carter, Marvel's Netflix Shows & the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
 
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Book Off!
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A literary Podcast with a difference... #books #authors #writers #booklovers #writing #literature
 
Each month, three booksellers – David Bloomfield, Julie Danskin and Jonathan “JT” Taylor – discuss current reads, topics from the book world and home in on one book each month. Plus more recommendations than you can handle. (Each episode is recorded after hours at Golden Hare Books, an independent bookshop in Edinburgh, Scotland.)
 
History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet! Featuring reports from the weird and wonderful places around the world where history has been made and interviews with some of the best historians writing today. Dan also covers some of the major anniversaries as they pass by and explores the deep history behind today's headlines - giving you the context to understand what is going on today. Producer: Peter Curry
 
He’s footy’s number one newsbreaker, always at the coalface of the biggest stories in the game. And in 2019, Damian Barrett goes behind the scenes and inside the stories and minds of football's most influential figures. An Australian Football League production.
 
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Kessel Run Radio
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Welcome to Kessel Run Radio, The fastest Star Wars show in the Galaxy! Hosted by Noah Outlaw! New episodes every Wednesday!
 
A podcast bringing you the stories behind the brick and mortar businesses in our communities. Each weekly episode focuses on the story behind a brick and mortar business by way of a candid chat with the owner. We talk about the broad picture stuff; their start up processes and the philosophies behind their companies, as well as the smaller, day to day realities of running a brick and mortar. New episodes every other Tuesday.
 
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Hidden Histories
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Hidden Histories sees Helen Carr exploring some of the country's hidden treasures, as she and some of our finest historians scramble through the actual spaces where history happened. Whether she's visiting the whorehouses of Covent Garden, or retracing the steps of the Peasants Revolt, Helen and her guests are a delightful guide to the hidden histories that lie just off the beaten track.
 
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Authors Daisy Johnson (Fen, Everything Under) and Kiran Milwood Hargrave (The Girl Of Ink and Stars, The Deathless Girls) join Joe Haddow for the first Book Off! of Series four. They talk about being on the other side of a book prize (as judges) their love well-written sex and just how much they trust each others' advice. In the first Book Off ...…
 
Margaret Thatcher is one of the most polarising political figures of British 20th Century history. After becoming the first female Prime Minister, she became the first post war PM to win three consecutive general elections. Charles Moore is a former editor of The Daily Telegraph, The Spectator, and The Sunday Times, and the author of her offici ...…
 
**Kinsey has experienced lots of changes since this episode aired a couple of years ago. Namely, she opened another spaced, closed her original space and now operates out of her gorgeous 2nd space in Dedham, Ma. This is still a super valuable episode because Kinsey just really epitomizes what building community is all about. Enjoy.**Today I'm s ...…
 
Germanicus was one of the most popular and successful generals of the early Roman Principate. Step grandson of the Roman emperor Augustus, he died 2,000 years ago this month. His death has always been considered a mystery, with a possible conspiracy to poison him to keep him out of the imperial line of succession. Dan talked to Lyndsay Powell a ...…
 
Singer, Songwriter and author Brett Anderson goes head to head in the Book Off with award winning poet and author Lemn Sissay. The Suede front man talks about his new memoir and how the music press of the 1990s effected him, as well as reflecting on how writing has helped knowing himself better. And the official poet of the 2012 Olympics discus ...…
 
Victor Gregg, was taken prisoner as the Allies retreated during the Battle of Arnhem, and was taken as a POW to Dresden, where he was alive during the Dresden firebombing. He tells Dan what he's learned over his extraordinary life, from his wartime experiences to how he looks at the world. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and ...…
 
A darkly comic page-turner, My Sister, the Serial Killer by Nigerian author Oyinkan Braithwaite is one of the most talked-about novels of the year and was longlisted for the Booker Prize. It's a tale of two sisters – one an enabler, and the other in the middle of a killing spree – that subverts roman noir and sisterhood tropes. The New York Tim ...…
 
Man Booker Prize winner Richard Flanagan meets celebrated author Jenny Erpenbeck (Go, Went, Gone and The End of Days) for a broad-ranging discussion about the importance of memory, family and heritage in her writing. Jenny sheds light on her personal history as the granddaughter of leading figures in East Germany’s literary establishment and th ...…
 
For the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings, we revisit Marc Morris' brilliantly constructed narrative of the Battle of Hastings, and all of the build-up. Taking us from the sources of William, Harold and Harold's claims to the throne all the way to William's rule, Marc's account is as comprehensive as it is thrilling. From the archives. For ...…
 
Thomas Penn, author of the Winter King, has released a new comprehensive history of the Wars of the Roses, making the striking claim that we shouldn't view the Wars of the Roses as a conflict between two rival houses, but instead as a civil war inside the House of York. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and hundreds of hours of ...…
 
We’re so excited that our first ever live podcast is coming to your ears AND eyes on Friday 18th October in Edinburgh! That’s right, booksellers David Bloomfield, Julie Danskin and Jonathan “JT” Taylor are appearing live at the Golden Hare Books Festival in Edinburgh, talking book recommendations, Nobel Prize for Literature winners and taking a ...…
 
Professor Andrew Hindmoor, head of Politics at the University of Sheffield, chats to Dan about the days that he thinks shaped Britain today. He talks about the notion of looking at specific days as a way of looking at history, and then talks about everything from Theresa May to Stephen Lawrence to the Premier League. For ad free versions of our ...…
 
Bestselling author and Costa Book Awards judge Adele Parks goes head to head with journalist, author and former editor Lucy Foley in the Book Off! They talk about their writing techniques, their latest books "Lies Lies Lies" and "The Hunting Party" and put Zoe Heller's "Notes On A Scandal" up against "The Lady Vanishes" by Ethel Lina White! For ...…
 
The Haitian Revolution caused a seismic shift in global politics. When a mixture of different groups on the French colony of Saint Domingue rose against the colonists, few expected the rebellion to succeed. However, under the leadership of Toussaint L'Ouverture, the Haitians became one of the few peoples to not only successfully rebel against t ...…
 
**Here's the second of the re-releases. It's with one of my personal brick and mortar favorites, Emily Kanter of Cambridge Naturals. This conversation doesn't disappoint. Tune in and remember that a new Keeping Shop episode drops on Tuesday, October 29th**Once I had a terrible sinus headache and I when I say headache, I mean this thing was crus ...…
 
Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/vintagebooks Sign up to our bookish newsletter to hear all about our new releases, see exclusive extracts and win prizes: po.st/vintagenewsletter Music is Orbiting A Distant Planet by Quantum Jazz http://po.st/OrbitingADistant For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
Orlando Figes talks to Dan about social and technological developments and their relationship to cultural changes in the 19th century. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
Dan talks to Greg Jenner about the history of celebrity and his role as historical advisor in the Horrible Histories film. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
Bestselling author Lisa Jewell (Ralph's Party) goes head to head with Downton Abbey actor Catherine Steadman in the Book Off. They talk to host Joe Haddow about sharing their work with their partners, the bReece Witherspoon and why a house can be such a scary character ina book. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
Dan Jones tells the story of The Crusades from their 11th century origins to their relevance today. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
**I'm re-releasing this episode because it gave me actual chills while I was recording it. And made me cry. It's a good one. New Episode releases on October 29th. **Today I'm speaking with Debi Beard, owner of Debi's Design Diary in Solana Beach, CA. In the brick and mortar game for over 20 years, Debi is also the star of her own YouTube channe ...…
 
An instant New York Times bestseller, Dopesick is author and journalist Beth Macy’s masterful, fast-paced account of America’s battle with opioid addiction. Through unsparing yet deeply human portraits, Beth gives a human face to those affected in both struggling communities and wealthy suburbs. Beginning with a single dealer who lands in a sma ...…
 
In an era when a majority of internet users now consume news through social media, former New York Times executive editor (and author of Merchants of Truth) Jill Abramson, Head of News at BuzzFeed Australia Marni Cordell and ABC Digital Lead Scott Mitchell talk with former Melbourne University Publishing chief executive Louise Adler about how t ...…
 
Tom Holland schools Dan on how Christianity dominates western values and ideas, even today among those who aspire to secularism. He shows about how many of our moral codes and ideas are Christian in origin, and how the changing status of the West in global politics could see a fundamental change in global values. For ad free versions of our ent ...…
 
William Dalrymple charts the rise of the East India Company, from the decline of the Mughals to alliance with powerful Indian bankers, as well as weighing in on some of the most important questions which have dogged the role of the British in India for generations. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and hundreds of hours of hist ...…
 
Playing in an AFL Grand Final is something only the privileged get to do. Stevie Johnson played in four of them, and in this week's episode of In the Game he takes us through the pressure, the unknown and the privilege of playing on football's biggest stage.By AFL.
 
Dan talks to Frank Dikötter, an eminent professor on Chinese history, who has written a new book about dictators around the world. They discuss what dictators need to do to control power and whether there is anything different about the people who become dictators. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and hundreds of hours of hist ...…
 
The multi-award-winning Boy Swallows Universe is a coming-of-age story about love, crime, magic and fate by one of Australia’s most exciting new novelists, The Australian journalist Trent Dalton. On the violent fringes of 1980s Brisbane lives Eli, a 12-year-old boy with a mute brother, lost father, imprisoned mother and heroin-dealing stepdad. ...…
 
It has been said that we’re in the grip of an anxiety epidemic. Pundits point to all manner of causes – inequality, social media, the gig economy, populist politics – but what are the true origins of this angst and what can be done to allay our malaise? Join three writers who have each considered the topic of anxiety through their work, as they ...…
 
This podcast sees Dan jump out of an aircraft to relive the events of the landing back in 1944, while on the way we hear the testimonies of veterans who lived through the Battle of Arnhem. Dan also chats to the UK and US ambassadors to the Netherlands, as well as the Mayor of Arnhem. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and hundre ...…
 
Thanks to our panelists: Ayesha Hazarika - https://twitter.com/ayeshahazarika M.P. Jess Phillips - https://twitter.com/jessphillips Arifa Akbar (journalist)- https://twitter.com/Arifa_Akbar Jacqui Hunt, Director of Equality Now Europe - https://twitter.com/jacq_hunt Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/vintagebooks Sign up to our bookish newslette ...…
 
These intercut interviews with historians James Holland and Paul Reed tell the story of the Battle of Arnhem. Both give poignant and occasionally lurid accounts of the battle, and both comment on the battle plans of Operation Market Garden and whether it should be considered a failure. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and hund ...…
 
Mick Malthouse has always backed himself. No one in VFL/AFL history has coached more games than Malthouse and on this week's In The Game with Damian Barrett, he explains why he thinks he could still coach at the elite level. Malthouse also speaks in depth about his bizarre mid-season trade from St Kilda to Richmond, his philosophy as a coach an ...…
 
Estelle Paranque launches into a passioned explanation of Elizabeth I and how she masterfully handled the European powers of her day. She talks about French attempts to win her hand, her defence of the Huguenots, and handling the problem of the Spanish. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and hundreds of hours of history document ...…
 
In Any Ordinary Day, ABC 7.30’s anchor Leigh Sales investigates how ordinary people endure the unthinkable. Her widely acclaimed book weaves together stories of those who have survived everything from natural disasters to terrorism – and even Leigh’s own brush with mortality – in an exploration of how people move forward from hardship not just ...…
 
Clementine Ford’s Boys Will Be Boys is an acclaimed call to action against a culture of entitlement, privilege and power. SBS’s Janice Petersen talks to Clementine and writer and chef Adam Liaw about the harm toxic masculinity inflicts on women and men, the progress we’re making to counteract it, and how we can raise our boys to become better men.…
 
At 27, Daisy Johnson became the youngest ever author to be shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize last year for Everything Under, her eerie rewriting of the Oedipus myth – set in an insular houseboat community on the canals of Oxfordshire. Daisy has been lauded as “a new goddamn swaggering monster of fiction” by Fates and Furies author Lauren Gro ...…
 
Thanks to out guests: Helen Lewis: https://twitter.com/helenlewis Sanne Vliegenthart: https://twitter.com/booksandquills Jessica Graham from Primrose Hill Bookshop: https://twitter.com/PHBookshop Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/vintagebooks Sign up to our bookish newsletter to hear all about our new releases, see exclusive extracts and win pr ...…
 
A story of bloodshed, tribal rivalries and a warrior class obsessed with and defined by the battlefield has emerged from the discovery of a burial site at Bamburgh Castle. Dan talks to both Paul and Edoardo about the latest archaeological work tell us about the history of Bamburgh, of the people who lived and fought at the castle, and the wider ...…
 
Brett Godfrey doesn’t back losers in business. But with his latest pursuit, he’s taken on a massive task, heading up the Tasmanian group that wants an AFL licence. The man who launched Virgin airlines into the Australian market, working closely with Sir Richard Branson, goes deep on the plans for footy in Tassie.…
 
Garrett Graff has collected many of the oral testimonies about 9/11, collating archive material and conducting interviews with people who responded to events on the day. He tells Dan these stories, such as the couple of firefighter and World Trade Center employee who sought to find each other in the confusion, to that of a man who survived bein ...…
 
Henry Hemming talks to Dan about the life of William Stevenson, a British operative who worked hard to pressure Roosevelt into declaring war on Nazi Germany, and ensuring that American troops were directed against German forces in mainland Europe. The tactics adopted were akin to those used today by troll farms in St Petersburg, and involved du ...…
 
Sally Rugg hosts Alexander Chee, Andrew Sean Greer, Casey Legler, Jordy Rosenberg, Holly Throsby, Niviaq Korneliussen and Bryan Washington as they pick from the canon of queer texts, choosing both out and proud and more ambiguous, between-the-lines stories. In a discussion about texts from The Price of Salt to Harry Potter, the guests reveal th ...…
 
The Great Believers is Rebecca Makkai’s dazzling novel about friendship and redemption, that spans the height of the AIDS crisis in 1980s Chicago and its repercussions decades later in modern day Paris. Broadly acclaimed, its champions include The Hours author Michael Cunningham, who called it “emotionally riveting”, while Amy Poehler has optio ...…
 
David Vann’s riveting novel Halibut on the Moon reimagines his father’s final days, spent captive in the warped logic of depression. An aching portrait of a mind in peril, it confirms David’s status as one of the darkest and most talented fiction writers of our time, who counts Colm Tóibín and Lorrie Moore among his many admirers. David expound ...…
 
Angela Saini is a British science journalist and broadcaster, and she talks to Dan about the history of race science and eugenics, and they put the concept of race in a historical context. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and hundreds of hours of history documentaries, interviews and films, signup to History Hit TV. Use code ' ...…
 
Dan Jones discusses the complete history of crusading, from Saladin and the Horns of Hattin, to figures who might not make the usual histories, as well as the tainted legacy that crusading has left behind. Producer: Peter Curry For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
 
Maud West, operated her own detective agency during the Golden Age of crime in the period after World War One. She used all manner of disguises and tactics to gather information for her clients and to subvert the expected roles for women in this period. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and hundreds of hours of history document ...…
 
Daisy Pearce was a reluctant face of AFLW when it burst into the sporting landscape in 2017. Reluctant, because celebrity was something she never sought, but it sought her. Daisy has learnt to deal with celebrity, while still playing high-level football, giving birth to twins, embarking on a successful media career, and loving her original job ...…
 
Frederick Taylor's work looks at the outbreak of World War Two, and he discusses whether the British people were ready for war. This discussion moves away from traditional debates over Chamberlain to the people of Britain and Germany, and their attitudes to war. For ad free versions of our entire podcast archive and hundreds of hours of history ...…
 
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