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Smart Drivel

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Smart Drivel

Smart Drivel Media LLC

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Smart Drivel is the definitive podcast for ambiguous topics. In this ongoing podcast, join Kurt Schneider and Jon Ellenthal as we probe the wonders of, er, um, well we don't really probe anything or answer any burning questions or get to the bottom of things. More like two guys with a mic exploring different topics. Twenty-ish minutes of a conversation you will want to be a part of. We promise the drivel, we hope for the smart.
 
Hilarious takes from serious experts. Each week I'm joined by a new stand up comedian and a new expert to discuss their field of expertise. We're talking the big topics, the brain, space, climate science, psychedelics and all the areas you're most likely to end up when you're drunk, at the end of a party, just trying to figure it all out. . It's a light, funny and easily accessible way to hear the latest from some seriously mind blowing experts.
 
Each week The Intercept’s Washington, D.C. bureau brings you one important or overlooked story from the political world. Bureau Chief Ryan Grim and a rotating cast of journalists, politicians, academics and historians tell you what the rest of the media are missing.
 
A bunch of opinionated drivel from Central Coast-bred 30 year olds, most of whom now dwell in Sydney. If you are completely jaded by the state of the world, or you've often wondered how to deal with tricky problems at home, this is the place to make all of those worries even worse. We have no interesting life story, we aren't entrepreneurs, and we are only moderately successful - but we do know the value of a bottle of Sangiovese. Listen to this podcast. It's probably not worth your time. Bu ...
 
Permanent Relegation comprise of friends, Andy Baumgartner and Christopher Ball. We are just two friends that decided to put our thoughts and drivel online. We love beer, food, and sports. We are crass, brash, self anointed hilarious, and we hold nothing back. Our love of our city and teams teeters on fanatical and we are ok with that. Indy Eleven is our main focus, but local food and beverage are topics we frequent. Take a listen and please help us in expanding the knowledge of all the wond ...
 
The WOAFM99 Radio Show & Podcast brings you the ‘Certified Indie Songs of the Week’ with Breakthrough Platinum Selling, Billboard Top 10 Artist & Producer Oliver Sean. Including exclusive artist interviews, live music performances and everything you need to know about #realindependent music. We don’t support manufactured and major label drivel!
 
Broadcasting from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne's internet based station NSR, Joe Ambrose and The Reverend weekly show combines Joe Ambrose's sexually repressed bumblings with the smutty talk of one-man-taboo-machine Reverend Chirs Green. Tune in to listen to rubbish music and half hearted bumbling drivel from Newcastle's Freudian wet dreams.
 
Hello hello and welcome to Drivel, the all new podcast brought to you by me, TGE! This podcast is going to be a more off the record and interactive arena for discussion than my other channels, where I'll be chatting about things that I'm more passionate about, but which may not necessarily get the views on YouTube. Keep your eyes peeled for some very special guests and some feather ruffling. Ciao for now! ✌🏻
 
Fear the Walking Dead is examining new characters and locations in Robert Kirkman's undead apocalypse, and now the Fear the Walking Deadcast is available in the Two True Freaks main feed at last. Produced by Scott McGregor, Fear the Walking Deadcast will do a weekly recap of every episode todate with commentary and fun discussion by Scott and other veteran podcasters like Brian and Beth Hughes, Sara Tonin and Professor Alan Middleton. Plus we welcome any other moldy corpses that should happe ...
 
A New Untold Story is a podcast. KB was the smallest newborn in the history of Wheeling. Nobody believed that he would survive, but KB believed he was a legitimate miracle. KB loved baseball despite that he almost never got to play, and when he did it was only to get a walk from his small strike zone. Nick's mother, Rebecca Wentworth, got pregnant in high school. The only fact anyone knows about Nick's parentage is that Rebecca met his father on a train. Her refusal to reveal the identity of ...
 
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SportsCastle

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SportsCastle

Chris Macpherson

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Chris & Jarryd focus weekly on sport on a local Newcastle & Hunter Valley level as weel as a wider national level. Filled with plenty of drivel and varying levels of insight, it's a not too serious take on the sporting landscape, with some more sensible 1 on 1 interviews thrown in for good measure
 
I'm learning how to speak in an entertaining/engaging way. Maybe you'll learn something along the way, but it's not likely. You might enjoy hearing someone drivel on about stuff that has no relevance to you, I won't judge. But seriously, don't listen to this podcast. Thanks!@
 
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Repetitive Trauma Radio

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Repetitive Trauma Radio

Repetitve Trauma Radio network

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Get RTR FREE on iTunes!! CHECK OUR MYSPACE PAGE!! DISCLAIMER: The producers of this podcast strongly recommend that you DO NOT listen to the following broadcast if you are sober and have an IQ over 38. OR if you have any objection to racism, facism, sexism, ignorance, intolerance, over-indulgence, stereo-typing, or objectification. Repetitive Trauma Radio reserves the right to accept absolutely NO responsibility for the time you will inevitably waste listening to the following drivel.
 
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Inside AV

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Inside AV

Andrew Hutchison & Keith Clifford

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Inside AV avoids all the manufacturers fluff and gets to the core of whether gear works or not. Keith and Andrew discuss many and varied Audio and AV topics, from playing music on your phone to streaming HiRez files to getting the best from Vinyl.
 
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Numbers are the key to unlocking the secrets of the universe, and as we progress in our career, almost all jobs (even fun creative ones) need a basic grasp of mathematics. So why do so many people hate them and how can we fix this? And test your skill with our viral math mind benders! Expert guest: Kyle Evans is an award-winning comedian* and maths…
 
Claims that Russia is using the high gas price as a political weapon are "drivel", according to President Vladimir Putin. His comments come as there is now intense focus on the energy markets. Bitcoin consumes a lot of energy and China's banning of the mining of the cryptocurrency has prompted what some have called the great mining migration. Alex …
 
The UK economy was hit incredibly hard by the pandemic and its recovery is not yet complete. The government has said the economy should return to its pre-Covid level at the turn of the year -- earlier than previously thought. But it's still several months after the US reached the same point. In the annual budget announced today, the UK finance mini…
 
Welcome to the TGPS Halloween Special... we are joined by special guest Mike from Random Movie Roulette and Cinemarketing! We chat about the found footage sub-genre, TV commercial compilations, and cat murder. In a moment, we'll open these doors and find out what's inside -- stick around, we'll be right back after these messages.…
 
Facebook's latest financial results showed better than expected earnings. It comes as the whistleblower Frances Haugen appeared in front of the UK parliament and told MPs that the social media company was "unquestionably making hate worse". Vivienne Nunis asks Imran Ahmed, Chief Executive of the Center for Combating Digital Hate, whether he agrees.…
 
Coca-Cola has been named as the world’s biggest plastic polluter. The drinks company sells over 100 billion throwaway bottles every year. Rob Young asks how we can reduce the amount of plastic we use and is joined by Emma Priestland from the research group Break Free from Plastic. Plus, we get a preview from a special BBC investigation into Coca-Co…
 
The 10 member countries of the ASEAN group of nations, like Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam will hold a summit in Brunei this week. But Tuesday's meeting has already run into controversy, after the group excluded Myanmar, amid concerns about the military rulers undermining democracy. Countries in South East Asia are also wary of taking sides…
 
As the negotiations over President Biden’s sweeping budget reconciliation bill drag on, Democrats are struggling to find a set of compromises that will satisfy congressional progressives while still securing the votes of intransigent senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema. California representative Ro Khanna, a member of the House Progressive Cauc…
 
US officials are warning about China's ambitions in artificial intelligence, saying that the country could come to dominate in the field, giving the country unprecedented military advantage. Chris Meserole, an AI researcher with the Brookings in Washington DC, explains the concern. Also in the programme, we'll have a check-in on the day's trading o…
 
France is to pay low income families €100 each to cushion the impact of rising inflation. Meanwhile the Bank of England's chief economist has warned inflation could hit 5% in the UK in the months ahead. With prices on the rise all over the world as a result of widespread supply chain disruptions and the high cost of energy, we examine the implicati…
 
Shares of WeWork closed up more than 13.49 per cent on Thursday after the company went public through a special purpose acquisition, more than two years after its failed IPO. We hear from Peter Eavis of The New York Times, who has been following the ups and downs of the company.Plus, the Austrian city of Vienna is known for its collection of art ga…
 
A dispute between Brussels and Warsaw threatens to overshadow a summit for EU leaders. A Polish court recently found parts of EU law were incompatible with the country's constitution, and there have been calls from some quarters to withhold EU funds from Poland in response. Anna Wojcik is a researcher at the Polish Academy of Sciences and editor of…
 
We go to Brazil where president Jair Bolsonaro is rejecting accusations of prioritising the economy over the health of his people during the height of the covid pandemic - journalist Karla Mendes in Sao Paolo tells us more. Latvia goes in to lockdown as coronavirus cases rise; we hear from Inga Springe, an investigative journalist in the country. F…
 
A Brazilian parliamentary committee is calling for President Bolsonaro to face charges. These would be related to Mr Bolsonaro's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has claimed the lives of more than 600,000 Brazilians. We get a sense of Brazil's economic challenges as a result of how Covid ripped through the country, from economist Daniel …
 
Credit Suisse Group is to pay $475 million to American and British authorities to resolve bribery and fraud charges related to a $2 billion scandal overMozambican government-guaranteed loans which came to be known as tuna bonds - they were originally intended to help build up a domestic tuna fishing fleet in the country. A Credit Suisse subsidiary …
 
The UK government wants to phase out gas boilers by 2035, to be replaced by heat pumps. We get a sense of the picture for alternative heating technologies across Europe, and Dr David Glew, head of energy efficiency at Leeds Beckett University in the UK discusses the country's plans. Also in the programme, the BBC's Clare Williamson reports on wheth…
 
Amazon denies allegations that it misled Congress. The retail and tech giant was questioned over claims that it copied other peoples' products, and rigged its search results in India to boost sales of its own branded goods. Plus, we look at Apple's latest offerings - and why so many are disappointed that its big ticket innovations seem few and far …
 
There have been a flurry of announcements of investment in the manufacture of electric cars. Toyota will spend $3.5bn to build car batteries in the United States, while Europe's Stellantis has done a deal with LG to produce battery cells for North America. Meanwhile, Ford is investing $300m to convert a plant in the UK to make electric car componen…
 
Tech giant Apple’s recent privacy changes have piqued the interest of some of its critics for not being as private as advertised – ahead of a slate of new products being launched. China’s economic growth is linked with resilience in the rest of the world – but energy price fluctuations could stifle its growth, as our regular economic commentator Mi…
 
Are cities broken or brilliant? Most of our population live in cities, so you'd think they should be the most comfortable place a person can be...but a whole lot of people hate them. In this week's episode our comedian and expert look into the pro's and con's of city life. Expert guest: Claire Bradbury has lived in the metropolis for much of her li…
 
The Grammy® #FYC (For Your Consideration) Episode of the WOAFM99 Radio Show & Podcast. On todays episode we feature the WOA Artists that have made it into the 64th Grammy® Nomination Ballots, in various categories. Blues Dance ( Worldbeat) - Oliver Sean (#FYC Remixed Recording) If you know you know - Stormakastorm (#FYC Best Rap Performance) I'm no…
 
Italy has made it mandatory to prove Covid vaccination, or a negative test, to go to work. Thousands of workers at Trieste port have gone on strike over the mandate, and we get reaction to the new policy from Alessandro Borghese, who is a chef with two restaurants in Milan, and another opening soon in Venice. And with a majority of Italians support…
 
As the US continues to pursue Wikileaks founder Julian Assange’s extradition from the UK, an explosive story from Yahoo News has revealed that top officials including the then CIA Director Mike Pompeo discussed extraditing and even assassinating him. Michael Isikoff, one of the reporters on that story, joins Ryan Grim to discuss Assange’s fate as w…
 
Microsoft is shutting down its social network, LinkedIn, in China, saying having to comply with the Chinese state has become increasingly challenging. It comes after the career-networking site faced questions for blocking the profiles of some journalists.We speak to author Greg Bruno, one of those who has had his profile blocked in China. Plus, Car…
 
Pressure on the global supply chain is making plenty of things much harder to get hold of. President Biden has announced one of America's busiest ports will now work round the clock to help clear a backlog of shipping containers. The shipping industry group BIMCO's chief shipping analyst Peter Sand gives us his assessment of how best to tackle the …
 
The International Energy Agency has called for trillions of investment in clean energy. It argues that it is the only way that the world's climate targets can be met. Tim Gould is chief energy economist at the IEA and talks us through its latest World Energy Outlook, and we get reaction from Simon Harrison, head of strategy at consultancy Mott MacD…
 
The UK's largest commercial port says the supply chain crisis has caused a logjam of shipping containers. The Port of Felixstowe, which handles 36% of the UK's freight container traffic, blamed the busy pre-Christmas period and haulage shortages. In Shenzhen, China, two tropical storms in quick succession and covid lockdowns have caused a bottlenec…
 
The UN Secretary General has urged the world to inject money directly to Afghanistan. Leaders of the G20 nations are meeting virtually on Tuesday to discuss a worsening economic situation in the country, and Jan Egeland, Secretary General of the Norwegian Refugee Council, explains the work his organisation is doing there. And Mohib Iqbal, who worke…
 
We've heard about soaring gas prices, rising food prices, and now oil prices are also on the way up and have just topped their highest level in three years. We ask David Shepherd, energy editor at the Financial Times to explain what's been happening. Plus independent economist Peter Jankovsis brings us the latest from the financial markets.…
 
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