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Best Darts Weekly podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Darts Weekly podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Welcome to Every Way to Win: SSBM, a podcast that focuses on helping players reach the next level in Super Smash Bros. Melee. EWTW: SSBM spotlights the very best Melee players to ever do it, as well as eSports Industry leaders every week. Our mission is to provide motivation and actionable insight to our listeners for a game that we all have a shared passion for. Please enjoy as we discuss Every Way to Win!
 
My name is Shawn Henderson and these podcasts are selections from my weekly radio show, Stay Tuned. Stay Tuned is heard on WSCA 106.1 FM in Portsmouth, NH. It airs every Friday from 1:30 to 5:00pm http://wscafm.orgThe format of the program is interview/performance. I have live in-studio guests each week that come on the program and perform as well as take part in an interview. I like to think of it as an in-depth look at the musician, their music, art and life. It's fun, entertaining and alw ...
 
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Our Darts Legends series continues with a chat with "Hawaii 501" Wayne Mardle. From being introduced to darts by his dad as a child and winning the British Teenage Open in 1989, we chat through Mardle's career in the sport, which took him to five World Championship semi-finals and several TV finals. Regarded as one of the most entertaining players …
 
What did the first Christians believe about Jesus? He was the Messiah, of course, but more than that. Jesus himself laid out the question before the Pharisees one day. While the Pharisees were gathered together, Jesus asked them, Saying, What think you of Christ? whose son is he? […] Matthew 22:41–42 Now, I think everyone knows that the term Christ…
 
In this episode of The Hop Show with Javi, we return to his conversation with Rob Scott, former head brewer of the forever-loved-but-now-defunct State Brewing Co in Gardena, CA. (You can listen to Part 1 here.) In part 2, they talk about Rob’s transition to State, building out their tasting room, taking over the reins from Robert Sanchez and becomi…
 
I don’t know what Paul expected when he set out on his first missionary journey, but I don’t think it was what he got. He does not seem to be prepared for the rejection he keeps on encountering. Time after time, he hits a brick wall in the synagogue. There may be a few who believe him, but sometimes no one does. And sometimes there is outright host…
 
Do you believe in predestination? And if you do, what sort of predestination? Does a man really have a choice in all this, or has God long ago decided who should be saved and who should be lost? I think there are people who believe this, but when you start reading their papers on the topic, it isn’t long before you get lost in all the theological j…
 
I don’t know what it is, but preachers of every stripe, myself included, are prone to lay a guilt trip on people from time to time. It is almost as though we were your mother. Human nature being what it is, something like the projection of guilt was hanging around the edges of the early Christian church. It was often a legalism issue, and in the Ro…
 
Our brand new Darts Legends series debuts with an interview with the three-time world champion John Lowe MBE. The 1979, 1987 and 1993 BDO world champion calls in to chat to co-host Alex Moss about his career, from discovering the game in his early 20s, winning the first of two World Masters titles in 1976, playing 100+ times for England and being t…
 
Imagine for a moment that you are a highly successful cat burglar. Then one rainy night, you discover that you are not as good a driver as you are a cat burglar, and you are killed—graveyard dead. They bury you, and word spreads to a dozen police agencies that your miserable career has finally ended the hard way and they put your files where the fi…
 
KLS EP 285: 3.27.20 Kortney discusses what he’s going to spend his Coronavirus check on, Florida not respecting Corona rules, and Tiger King on Netflix Enjoy the Podcast, Please Share, and Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and Tune in Radio. You can add/subscribe to the feed manually: https://www.blubrry.com/thelastshowpodcast/ Kortney Sh…
 
Many pastors and preachers see nothing wrong with the fact that today’s church doesn’t believe exactly the same thing as the primitive Christian church believed and taught. They place no small amount of weight upon what succeeding generations of theologians believed and taught. After all, those were learned men, and the primitive Christians were, w…
 
I am surprised at how often Christian people are conflicted on ethical and moral principles. I am not surprised that we struggle over some of the choices we have to make, but that people don’t seem to have a framework within which they can make the hard choices. When a person makes the decision to become a Christian, what is he supposed to do with …
 
With the darts world still on the sidelines due to Covid-19, we bring you a special episode with an interview "From The Vault" of co-host Alex Moss' dictaphone. Back in late 2015, Alex was invited to visit the home of Peter Wright and we play the interview with the reigning PDC world champion, where he lifts the lid on his journey to becoming one o…
 
Do you think you would ever be willing to die in someone else’s place? Can you imagine a really good person whose life and lifestyle was so worthy, that you would say “No, let them live. Take me instead”? You might. Although chances are, it would not be the goodness of the other person but your love for them that would cause you to take their place…
 
Why on earth would anyone be happy about being in trouble? Why would you take satisfaction, even pride, in severe affliction? You read people in the Bible who talk this way a lot, but does it make any sense to you? Wouldn’t you be just as happy to be out of trouble? Now every Christian has heard all about being justified by faith, about peace with …
 
In this episode of The Hop Show with Javi, he sits down with Rob Scott, former head brewer of the forever-loved-but-now-defunct State Brewing Co in Gardena, CA. This jam-packed episode is broken into two parts – in part 1, they talk about Rob’s journey from bag boy to assistant brewer at Kinetic Brewing Co in Lancaster, learning the ropes from head…
 
The Christian faith is constantly at war with itself over questions of grace versus obedience. There is nothing new in this, because the discussion was going on right from the start. I think the problem comes about because once you start talking about obedience you have to ask obedience to what? The logical answer is the Law. And once the law enter…
 
This week on Foamcast Radio, Hasbro somehow finds a way to make the Jolt worse, some concept images of the Nerf Hyper line get leaked… maybe, the Woozi pops back up on Thingiverse just in time for the apocalypse, BiggsNZ is back and casting like there’s no tomorrow, and I have your Requisition Recon and a single piece of Battlespace Intel… sort of.…
 
If you have been blessed with a good Bible teacher, or some good books about the Bible, you already know that a lot has been said about the influence of Greek philosophy on the Christian faith. Some of it is even true. After all, the New Testament was written originally in the Greek language, and the language reflects a Greek worldview to that exte…
 
A special episode of Weekly Dartscast, as Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt discuss what the coronavirus outbreak means to darts and the sporting world. The team also talk about Des Jacklin's resignation from the BDO chairmanship, as well as Ian White's title on what may be the last darting day on the calendar for some time. The team speak with Ian White…
 
I would have to conclude that there was a lot of tension between some of the Jews and Gentiles in the early Christian church. Paul is at such pains to chastise both Jew and Gentile equally in the early chapters of the book of Romans that there must have been some politics at work. There had been no apostle at Rome by the time this letter was writte…
 
KLS EP 284: 3.17.20 “I got a Coronavirus take”, Tom Brady saves ESPN, comedy shows get cancelled, and inside the circus tent of show titles. Enjoy the Podcast, Please Share, and Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and Tune in Radio. You can add/subscribe to the feed manually: https://www.blubrry.com/thelastshowpodcast/ Kortney Shane William…
 
It is a “wild web” out there and with all the complicated tooling and frameworks for web developers building web applications can be complex and obtuse. Chris Ferdinandi talks about simplifying our developer experience while focusing on the end user. Chris is a teacher, author, and practical web developer who "believes there’s a simpler, more resil…
 
Brian Kardell, Developer Relations at Igalia, talks us through specs and features in standards and why those get prioritized or deprioritized. What is the ‘special sauce’ that goes into getting a feature pushed into standards and then implemented across browsers? What can developers do to get a better idea of these features and when to expect them …
 
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