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The Richardson Institute is the oldest Peace Studies centre in the UK and was established in 1959 in the spirit of the Quaker scientist, Lewis Fry Richardson. The Richardson Institute is an interdisciplinary forum for research on peace and conflict based within the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University. Run by Dr Simon Mabon, the Institute has a number of podcasts available on this channel. The first is SEPADPod, part of SEPAD, the Sectarianism, Proxies and ...
 
The #1 Podcast Network for Music Lovers!Find all the shows in our main feed here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Decibel Geek, Crime in Music, Tripping on My Roots, Dad Bod Rap Pod, The Hook Rocks!, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock, The Grunge, Festival Nation, Vinyl Snob, Rock Candy, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, The Hustle, You're Not Listening, The Career ...
 
It's back! BYC, New Zealand's most celebrated and feared specialty cricket podcast, has strapped on the pads for another season. Join Jason Hoyte, Paul Ford, Dylan Cleaver and a range of dubious guests for those unmistakable sounds and smells of summer. Join us for such cutting-edge debates as "What's sexier, a well-oiled Duncan Fearnley Magnum or a Polyarmoured Slazenger V12?"
 
STATION F is the world's biggest startup campus, with more than 1000 startups working on-site. Located in Paris, STATION F gathers all the services an entrepreneur might need under one roof, including 40+ VC funds, 30+ public administrations, and mentorship offices by leading tech companies like Apple, Google, AWS, and OVH. We are here to help bring ambitious ideas to life and, in this bi-monthly podcast, you'll be able to meet some of the most brilliant entrepreneurs at STATION F and beyond ...
 
The Quickie Podcast for Graphic Designers is a damn good show where host Dave Hopkins interviews talented Graphic Designers, Illustrators, and Creative Directors, quickly - usually 30 minutes or less. Hear from freelancers to creatives at world-renown businesses and agencies, about their wins, their fails, lessons learned, what inspires them, and the story about how they even got there. Subscribe to be entertained and inspired by each guest's unique journey. Plus who doesn’t love a good quic ...
 
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Known for her powerful vocals in the group the Mamas and the Papas, Mama Cass is one of the overlooked women in rock. In fact, don't call her mama, she didn't like it. We tell her tale, how she used her sharp wit and charisma to get her foot into the door of the music world, despite it wanting nothing to do with a fat woman. We rage over har unfair…
 
Today hosts Nate Wilcox and Ryan Harkness are joined by producer Stephie Haynes to introduce the series and our main source book “Last Night A DJ Saved My Life - The History of the Disc Jockey” by Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton. In this episode, Nate, Ryan and Steph discuss their personal history with dance music and the introductory chapter of …
 
With Bob Dylan's song maps to follow, we're heading straight into the heart of rock and roll mythology, a quest for a return home even when, like a rolling stone, there is no clear direction to get there. James Joyce and John Brown, a girl from Brownsville and Gregory Peck, and the ever prescient Warren Zevon bring us through part one of the final …
 
The eighty-third minute starts with William yelling that he is the enemy and ends with Penny asking "What kind of beer?" We are joined by guest Courtney Coulson and co-host Aaron Stark. Find Courtney here: Website - Travian Designs Facebook page - 60 Seconds to Comply YouTube - 60 Seconds to Comply Website - Prometheus by Minute Find Aaron here: Tw…
 
Ziggy Stardust, Starman... mime? David Bowie was once of the most well-known and complex personalities in music. This week, we look at the first layer of many that make up an international superstar. Join us for the start of our story in post-war Britain, where a young David Jones started on his path to fame. Our social stuff: Patreon.com/rockandro…
 
Justin Cox and Ryan Page look at 1971, when the Rolling Stones drop Sticky Fingers and John and Paul put out a few solo albums. Justin reps The Stones and Ryan reps The Beatles this week. Beatles: Imagine (John Lennon), RAM (Paul McCartney), Wild Life (Wings) Stones: Sticky Fingers At the 30:30 mark, Mark Richardson, former Editor in Chief of Pitch…
 
After a week of picking favorite debuts, we return to talk about greatest follow-ups with Sensational Seconds! By now, you've most certainly heard of the dreaded "sophomore slum." While that term could be applied to many artist's second attempt, we're digging for the gold this week. There are a ton of great second albums in hard rock and metal hist…
 
Episode #39 Sully Erna is the lead singer of Godsmack, a solo artist, actor, writer, founder of The Scars Foundation, parent, and now a horse farmer. He called his friend of almost 25 years Mistress Carrie while driving to Florida from Massachusetts. They talked about the challenges of the last year, horse farming, raising kids, mental health, song…
 
"Amazed" was a #1 hit for Lonestar in 2000, but it's also Chris Lindsey's love story. "That's the exact feeling I had for her," he says of his wife Aimee, his co-writer on the track. Ever since "Amazed," Lindsey has been a top songwriter in Nashville, with hits for Kenny Chesney, Sara Evans, Keith Urban and many others. He's also host of the Pitch …
 
Combing the influences of classic rock, thrash, and funk Weapons of Anew pushes the boundaries of rock music. I dove into their music and found personal lyrics enriched in a good time vibe but also a sense authenticity unmatched by their contemporaries. I spoke with lead singer Ray West about the bands history and collaborative style while also spe…
 
It's that time yet again, Stoppies. M-M-M-MARCH B-B-B-BADNESSSSSSSS. Our annual tournament to determine the worst of the worst is back, and it's time for six elite-level awful musical acts to duke it out for the trophy (we should have a trophy, huh). The first match of the Preliminary Round pits Western Mass's own constipated sad dads Staind agains…
 
Host Nate Wilcox speaks with Maria Sherman author of "Larger Than Life: A History of Boy Bands from NKOTB to BTS" for a discussion of the history of Boy Bands from Franz Listz, Frank Sinatra, The Beatles and the Jackson 5 to K-Pop. Most of the conversation focuses on Maurice Starr's 80's groups New Edition and New Kids on the Block and Lou Pearlman…
 
It's another Monster of the Week episode on Long May You Young and this week we got to zoom it up with Bill Janovitz from Buffalo Tom! We talk about Neil, obviously. But we also talk about getting music into TV shows, how Buffalo Tom got started, naming a band, and what song Bill would love to hear Neil cover. He's also got a slightly different (da…
 
We’re joined by a musician who thrives when he’s uncomfortable. Tobias Nathaniel’s greatest enemy is muscle memory. That’s why he switched from guitar to organ. He formed The Black Heart Procession and kept his penchant for being uncomfortable by playing instruments like sheetmetal and being the wedding band for Melvins drummer Dale Crover’s nuptia…
 
In episode 88 Martin talks about Kiss and Trends in these five songs: 1. Kiss – “Watchin’ You” 2. Kiss – “Talk to Me” 3. Kiss – “War Machine” 4. Kiss – “Rain” 5. Kiss – “Eat Your Heart Out” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
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