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Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope

Atlanta Radio Theatre Company

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A daily fiction podcast from Atlanta Radio Theatre Company. A different kind of zombie story... Take care of each other. Episodes expire after 24 hours, but a new one is published every day! Want to catch up on past episodes? Pledge as little as $1/month at patreon.com/mercuryradio and get the entire back catalog!
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Centauri Express Audio Magazine

Atlanta Radio Theatre Company

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Since 1984, the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company has been performing, recording, and broadcasting dramatic audio -- fully dramatized, fully sound-scaped audio drama. We like to think that what we do is classic "old-time radio", as it would sound with today's technology and dramatic techniques. From our archives, we proudly present the recordings of our live performances. Also visit us at artc.org.
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The Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes Podcast

The Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes Podcast

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Welcome to The Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes Podcast - a show devoted to revisiting and honoring the world's greatest portrayal of the world's greatest detective. From 1984 to 1994, Granada Television produced what is arguably the best (and most complete) depiction of the legendary detective’s Adventures, Memoirs, Case-Books and many Returns. Spanning 36 episodes and 5 movies, producer Michael Cox created a Sherlockian experience like no other. This podcast will examine that timeless series w ...
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Crit Faced

Josiah Bancroft, Timandra Whitecastle, Phil Tucker, David Benem and Benedict Patrick

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Crit Faced is a weekly Dungeons & Dragons playthrough podcast, starring fantasy authors Josiah Bancroft, Timandra Whitecastle, Phil Tucker, David Benem and Benedict Patrick. To be notified whenever a new episode airs, and to receive an exclusive prequel episode you can listen to RIGHT NOW, head to www.critfacedpodcast.com to join our Crit Faced Fan Group!
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Where college basketball matters. The Field of 68 Media Network presents our flagship show, After Dark. Join a variety of basketball commentators and analysts, from Rob Dauster, Jeff Goodman, and John Fanta, to Terrence Oglesby, Randolph Childress, Tyler Hansbrough, and many more, as they break down the college basketball season every. single. night.
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Conservative Conversations with ISI

Intercollegiate Studies Institute

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Conservative ideas are no longer welcome on most college campuses—or anywhere else. If you are a conservative student or professor, or just interested in the conservative intellectual tradition, this podcast is for you! Join Johnny Burtka, Marlo Slayback, and Tom Sarrouf for in-depth conversations with leading thinkers on the most important issues facing conservatism.
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Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.
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Queer News is an Ambie award-winning weekly news podcast where race & sexuality meet politics, culture and entertainment. Tune-in to reporting which centers & celebrates all of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & comrade communities. Hosted by Anna DeShawn, a new pod drops every Monday by 7am CT.
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A-list guests like ... Paul McCartney, Stephen Colbert, Kyra Sedgwick, Kevin Costner, Spike Lee, Bryan Cranston, Kristin Chenoweth, David Duchovny, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Burr, Laura Prepon, Billy Bob Thornton, Michael Strahan, Historian Jon Meacham, Judd Apatow, Kristen Chenoweth, Thomas Friedman of The New York Times, , Sanjay Gupta, Ken Burns, Bill Wyman-The Rolling Stones , Tim Robbins, Bob Costas and MORE, join Emmy & Peabody award-winning comedian Paul Mecurio who interviews the big ...
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After 25 years at the Late Night desk, Conan realized that the only people at his holiday party are the men and women who work for him. Over the years and despite thousands of interviews, Conan has never made a real and lasting friendship with any of his celebrity guests. So, he started a podcast to do just that. Deeper, unboundedly playful, and free from FCC regulations, Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend is a weekly opportunity for Conan to hang out with the people he enjoys most and perhaps fin ...
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Ten Words

Jeremy Waite

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A weekly show full of BIG ideas, small words and short sentences, featuring people who have changed the world by making complicated things simple. From artists to astronauts, scientists to storytellers, preachers and poets, Ten Words looks at some of the world's most quotable people to discover what their words really meant. Part biography, part storytelling masterclass, Ten Words is a fun and fast-paced podcast for anyone interested in the power of words or improving their own communication ...
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David Colby Reed and Lee-Sean Huang host conversations about creativity, community, and the things that matter. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/foossa/support
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Rob Watson hosts an engaged hour of lively conversation on a variety of topics involving the LGBT community. Featuring co-host Brody Levesque ! The podcast has been named one of the best LGBT podcasts of 2019 by FMPlayer, and one of the "Top 20 LGBT Podcasts You Must Follow in 2020" by Feedspot.com . (https://blog.feedspot.com/lgbt_podcasts/)
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The Patrick Coffin Show podcast features weekly interviews with A-list influencers and outliers in the effort to recover the Judeo-Christian roots of the culture. Patrick is the Canadian-born former host of Catholic Answers Live, and he has raving fans around the world. He injects these fascinating interviews with his own distinctive blend of depth and levity. If you’re tired of politically correct mediaspeak, you want to see God back in the public square, and you’re not allergic to having a ...
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RN Breakfast daily stories separated out for easy listening. RN Breakfast is the program informed Australians wake up to. Start each day with comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events, and hear interviews with the people who matter today—along with those who'll be making news tomorrow.
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Paris Institute for Critical Thinking

Paris Institute for Critical Thinking

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The Paris Institute for Critical Thinking (PICT) is a non-profit educational organization based in Paris, France. Devoted to teaching and research in the humanities and arts, the institute offers a university-quality program of lectures, workshops, conferences, and 18-hour courses, all in the English language. Our aim is to provide a space for all English speakers regardless of background to engage in intellectual reflection and critical conversation. Subscribe above to follow our numerous P ...
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The Divine Comedy (in Italian, Divina Commedia, or just La commedia or Comedia) is an epic poem written by Dante Alighieri in the first decades of the 14th Century, during his exile from his native Florence. Considered the most important work of Italian literature, the poem has also has enormous historical influence on western literature and culture more generally. Dante represents the three realms of the afterlife in his three canticles (Inferno--Hell; Purgatorio--Purgatory; Paradiso--Parad ...
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The Lumen Christi Institute

The Lumen Christi Institute

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The Lumen Christi Institute for Catholic Thought was founded by Catholic scholars at the University of Chicago in 1997 to bring the light of Christ and the Catholic intellectual and spiritual tradition to the secular academy and the general public. On this station we make available our many lectures and programs, as well as interviews with visiting scholars. To support our work, visit www.lumenchristi.org/donate
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This week we feature mandolin player David Benedict. David is known for his work with the band Mile 12 and is currently recording and performing with his wife Tabitha in The Foreign Landers. He is also known in the mandolin world for his long running weekly YouTube series Mandolin Mondays.By Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine
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The After Dark crew is broadcasting LIVE from Huss Brewing Co. in Phoenix, Arizona! Sign up for UNIFYD Healing here! Join the Field of 68 Bracket pool here! The Field of 68 is presented by BetMGM Start earning points for listening to this podcast. Download the Autograph app here and use referral code: F68 Download the VLTED app here Download Rithmm…
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Addiction to crystal methamphetamine or 'ice' has fuelled organised crime and ruined lives in Australia over the past decade. But the supply chain of the drug is murky. Four Corners reporter Mahmood Fazal has spent months investigating the crystal meth pipeline travelling from the streets of Melbourne to a major source of production in South-East A…
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From the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine the Kremlin has sought to conceal the true casualty figures among its armed forces. But images of expanded cemeteries across the country, and posts grieving the dead on social media provide clues. The BBC's Russia Service has been investigating and confirming troop deaths since the start of …
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From portraying DCI Jane Tennison, to Queen Elizabeth II, Dame Helen Mirren has almost done it all. Now, the Oscar winner has taken on the role of Israel's first female Prime Minister, Golda Meir, in a biopic set against the backdrop of the Yom Kippur War. Guest: Dame Helen MirrenBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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The NSW government says GST funding has left it short-changed some $12 billion, with Treasurer Daniel Mookhey set to reveal later today that he expects his State expects to lose its Triple A credit rating. He's threatening to pull the plug on an agreement to shoulder more costs from the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and delay agreements wit…
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In football, a huge blow to Australia's prestige in the sport, the Olyroos are out of both the Asian Under 23 Cup and the Olympics. In surfing Jack Robinson took to the air to win the final of the men's Margaret River Pro yesterday.In rugby league, Cronulla-Sutherland on top of the ladder after belting North Queensland yesterday, while there was a …
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Despite an agreement with the States to pick up a bigger share of the tab, the National Disability Insurance Scheme will still be one of our fastest-growing expenses when the Treasurer hands down his budget next month. Now, State Premiers are pushing back on federal efforts to make them pay a greater share of the funding. Bill Shorten, Minister for…
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An investigation that found 23 Chinese swimmers tested positive to banned substances ahead of the Tokyo Olympics has created shocked the world. Now many are questioning why the World Anti Doping Agency - who were aware of the positive tests - allowed those athletes to compete, and failed to be transparent. Guest: Travis Tygart, CEO of the US Anti-d…
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The National Anti-Scam Centre says hundreds of Australians are losing millions of dollars to these deepfake scams each year. In January, the Government announced mandatory safeguards for what it says were risky AI tools in response to the rapid rise in the use of the technology. But is more needed? Guest:Stephen Jones, Assistant Treasurer…
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Satellite imagery has revealed damage to air defence radars at an Iranian military base following a suspected Israeli strike. The city of Isfahan is also home to one of the most sensitive sites in Iran's nuclear programme. It's the latest in a series of tit-for-tat attacks since Israel is believed to have struck Iran's consulate in Syria. Guest: Dr…
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The United States will authorise over $60 billion in military assistance to Ukraine. It comes alongside congressional approval for aid to Israel, and increased security spending in the Asia Pacific. Republican Speaker of the House Mike Johnson faces a potential rebellion from parts of his party sceptical of the war in Ukraine. Guest Mike Ricci, Rep…
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This is the fourth official episode, breaking down the 1974 Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Power Broker by our hero Robert Caro. Roman and Elliott also sit down with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the U.S. representative for New York's 14th congressional district, who describes the lasting impact Moses’ highways have made on her district, and her…
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Welcome to our Feed Swap Friday. Today we’re excited to share an episode from our friends at I’m Feeling Queer Today! In this episode, Alex and Lily unpack the roles that labels play within queer identities and how they serve (or don’t serve) queer young people as they explore who they are, who they love, and who they hope to become. Listen to I’m …
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Dr. Larry P. Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, joins Hugh Hewitt on the Hillsdale Dialogues for his series on "Churchill the Writer." In this episode, Dr. Arnn and Hugh continue their discussion of The World Crisis, Vol. 3, which covers 1916-1918. Release date: 19 April 2024 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Guests: Wilfred McClay, Glenn Ellmers, & Dutton Kearney Host Scot Bertram talks with Wilfred McClay, the Victor Davis Hanson chair in Classical History and Western Civilization at Hillsdale College, about America’s rapid changes during the 1920s and his book Land of Hope: An Invitation to the Great American Story. Glenn Ellmers, Salvatori Research …
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Rob Dauster and Jeff Goodman recap the latest transfer news and welcome Vanderbilt head coach Mark Byington to the show! Sign up for UNIFYD Healing here! The Field of 68 is presented by BetMGM Start earning points for listening to this podcast. Download the Autograph app here and use referral code: F68 Download the VLTED app here Download Rithmm he…
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As the daughter of Aussie rock music royalty, Elly-May Barnes has long known the thrill of performing. From singing backup for her father Jimmy, to eventually taking to the stage as a cabaret performer, her latest work and debut album No Good felt like a natural next step - but it's been a long road to get here. Guest: Elly-May Barnes…
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In this week’s LGBTQ headlines:• A controversial new law in Kansas could keep minors from accessing non-explicit LGBTQ websites• The campaign for the reelection of President Biden has launched a strategic initiative reaching out to LGBTQ voters• "Heartstopper" star Kit Connor will make his Broadway debut this fall• What to watch this week? I recomm…
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2024 is the year for dozens of key elections across the world - India's election starts this week - and the US of course later this year. At the same time, there's been a massive proliferation of publicly available artificial intelligence tools, that in the wrong hands could cause electoral mayhem. So how can voters and governments - including here…
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Last weekend's tragic events in Bondi Junction have shone a light on mental illness in the community, and a mental health system that's cracking. Almost a week on there remains many questions, and a the mental health sector is left asking for more help and funding. Guest: Professor Samuel Harvey is the Executive Director and Chief Scientists at the…
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A warning this story may be distressing. There's been widespread shock and a search for answers after a First Nations boy from Western Australia aged just 10 died by suicide while in state care. Suicide has been revealed as the leading cause of death for First Nations children. So, how has a situation like this occurred?And if you need help you can…
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The week in politics has been dominated by the fallout from the two stabbing attacks, with the focus shifting back on the big tech companies.Political Editor for news.com.au Samantha Maiden and ABC Political lead and host of Insiders on ABC TV David Speers join RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics. Guest: David Speers…
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This week we've seen some of the most horrific violent attacks in Australia in recent decades.Two stabbing attacks in Sydney have led to an increase in racism in some communities, leading to concerns about social cohesion. Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus says there was a "clear framework" that allowed the church stabbing to be declared a terror incid…
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The claim that wombats can run at 40 kilometres an hour, faster than Usain Bolt might just be a furphy. And Dr Karl has built an impressive reputation over the years in science communication, but on social media there's an AI-generated Dr Karl threatening to tear this down - so who made it? Guest: Jacinta Bowler, ABC science reporter Brainteaser (a…
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Incisive. Vibrant. Dramatic. Anne Stott is a singer/songwriter of cinematic alt rock, an actor and apolitical rabble rouser. Her “bad girl to the good girls and good girl to the bad girls” energy infuses her music and live performances with an edgy compassion while her elastic style embraces eighties pop and nineties grunge infused with modern mood…
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Health workers in Sydney continue to treat survivors of this week's two major knife attacks, after one of the hardest weeks for frontline workers. Six paramedics were forced to take shelter in the Good Shepherd Church on Monday night when an angry crowd turned on them, NSW Health Minister Ryan Park says the event was "very disappointing" and frontl…
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Australia's national cultural policy is being updated to include streaming services like Netflix. The intention is to compel streaming services to use revenues generated here to make a fixed percentage of its productions not just in Australia but about Australia too. But the uncertainty about the specifics is already having an effect. Guest Matthew…
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Cities in Texas are turning off their lights to help save migratory birds. Every year around two billion birds fly through the state and brightly lit buildings pose a deadly risk. The Lights Out Texas campaign is helping create a safe passage for these birds by getting city skyscrapers to go dark at night. Guest: Dr Andrew Farnsworth, an ornitholog…
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The US has blocked the U.N Security Council vote on a bid by the Palestinian Authority to become a full member state. In order to be successful a council resolution needs at least nine votes in favour and no vetoes by the permanent five members. The move from the US comes despite the Biden administration's pledge to fully support a two-state soluti…
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Conan sits down with writers Mike Sweeney, Matt O’Brien, and Jessie Gaskell and producer Jason Chillemi for a roundtable discussion about the making of his newest travel show Conan O’Brien Must Go, featuring insights into the destination selection process, a sneak preview of a Bono-centric segment, and the tease of a special surprise narrator.…
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A warning, this story may be distressing. A family in Western Australia is grieving following the death by suicide of a 10-year-old child under the care of the state government. The Indigenous boy was being looked after by relatives, after being placed in care two years ago. The tragedy comes five years on from a landmark coronial inquiry into 13 c…
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Claire Nichols from The Book Show joined RN Breakfast to recommend a couple of new novels to take you in to different lives and worlds. The Spoiled Heart by the British writer Sunjeev Sahota and some Australian fiction Dirt Poor Islanders by Winnie Dunn. Guest: Claire Nichols, host of The Book ShowBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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He's the man who's coordinated the Parkes Elvis Festival, National BMX Championships, International Balloon Challenges, conferences for Chartered Accountants and healthcare professionals as well as Schoolies, and now Joel Ulbricht is finding his footing as the Garma Festival Director. In 2024 the festival will focus on fire - a symbol of strength a…
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In athletics, the World Anti-Doping Agency's will introduce new procedures to ensure no repeat of the so-called Peter Bol disaster. In swimming Mollie O'Callaghan made a big statement of intent ahead of the Olympics at the Australian Swimming Championships last night. In the AFL, a forced change for the Bulldogs ahead of tonight's game against St K…
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Australia is often described as one of the most successful multicultural nations, but ongoing conflict in the Middle East and two horrific stabbing attacks in the past week have exposed the cracks in Australia's social cohesion. The new Race Discrimination Commissioner is calling for unity against any rise in racist and divisive sentiment or the sp…
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Defence Minister Richard Marles unveiled the defence strategy yesterday, is the government becoming more explicit in this being in response to China? And the events we've seen over the past few days have been harrowing - how has the Prime Minister and the government handled the events?The chief political correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald …
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An extra $50 billion over the next decade on defence is the headline figure of the government's national defence strategy and integrated investment program. There's more money for long-range missiles- and a focus on long term capability including the AUKUS nuclear submarines. Richard Marles, Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister says that the …
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Alpha HPA is one of two companies that are the first to benefit from the Federal Government 's Future Made in Australia push. It's received $400-million in Government loans to progress its high-purity, green alumina plant which will help shore up Australia's critical minerals capabilities, and ease dependence on supply from China. Guest:Rimas Kaira…
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