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Drinking whiskey in the kitchen and telling scary stories around the fire. Music and mayhem, fearful fiction and furious fact, tall tales and terrible truths. A Scary Home Companion is a sinister variety show, featuring original stories and original music
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Mystery AI Hype Theater 3000

Emily M. Bender and Alex Hanna

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Artificial Intelligence has too much hype. In this podcast, linguist Emily M. Bender and sociologist Alex Hanna break down the AI hype, separate fact from fiction, and science from bloviation. They're joined by special guests and talk about everything, from machine consciousness to science fiction, to political economy to art made by machines.
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Debunks is your myth busting-guide to all the big science questions. We sort fact from fiction and tell you if something really is too good to be true.
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A deep dive into the mysterious and peculiar happenings that occurred during the filming of the legendary film Psycho. Mark Ramsey Media and Wondery create a magical mix of fact and fiction which transports you into the world of Hitchcock. Psycho is among the greatest thrillers in movie history--and it nearly didn't happen!
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Fabled Collective

Vanessa K. Eccles

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Fabled Collective explores mysteries, legends, myths, lore, ghosts, and fairy tales. Investigation of these tales of woe often reveal grim details that have been long hidden in the dark corners of history. Every story is a mix of both fact and fiction, and so are our episodes. We'll tell you a story, and then we'll tell you the truth. And to be perfectly honest, sometimes even our best fiction isn't as riveting as the facts.
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There is a new adventure in store for Otis and Ms. Dorothy as they have teamed up to bring you the second season of the podcast "Ain't Nobody Coming 2 See U Otis". Besides providing you with real life conversations and in-depth perspectives from opposite sexes, they are sure to entertain you with their unique perspectives on life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, as they share their own personal experiences and insights.
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Prepare to plunge into the peculiar as Dan Schreiber, professional fact-hunter, uncovers the wild beliefs, ideas and theories of some of the most remarkable people on planet earth. As well as delving into the lives of truly fascinating people, Dan asks his guests a maverick tour of questions known as The Batshit Survey. Do they believe in Ghosts? Déjà vu? Telepathy? Premonitions? Déjà vu? Either way, everyone has theories they are transfixed by, or a mystery in their own life that they’re tr ...
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A podcast series delving deeper into the strange and mysterious unexplained phenomenon, finding the cracks between fact and fiction, collected and adapted from the free encyclopedia and various articles and media outlets. *** Official Website: betweenfactandfiction.org SoundCloud: Soundcloud.com/betweenfactandfiction Facebook: Facebook.com/Factfictionpod Twitter & Instagram: @FactFictionPod
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Penny Wincer is not too busy to write. Except of course, sometimes she is too busy to write as much as she would like. Join Penny as she has conversations with other writers about writing, publishing and creativity whilst juggling all the demands on them such as motherhood, caring and other paid work. Penny Wincer is the author of Tender (Hodder, June 2020), a mother of two, a non-fiction writing coach and an Australian and long-term resident of London. She’s currently writing her second nar ...
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Are you fascinated by conspiracy theories? Join hosts Kait, Colleen, and Megan as they discuss popular “hoaxes” and give you their comedic take on what is fact and what is fiction. If you have a sense of humor and an open mind, please tune in each week!
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Raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by the church and/or organized religion but are still weirdly fascinated by the Bible and all things Christianity? Same. Bad [BLEEPS] of the Bible is both a fact and fiction podcast where each week host Scott, a gay, former Pastor’s Kid, shares a weird, wild, and wonderful story from the Bible while at the same time answering those burning Bible questions. Consider him your non-religious Bible guide. So put on your Sunday clothes and ...
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The Polybius Conspiracy

Jon Frechette, Todd Luoto

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Originally heard on Radiotopia's Showcase, The Polybius Conspiracy tells the story of a mysterious arcade game from the '80s whose alleged existence in the Pacific Northwest is fueled by a blending of fact and fiction.
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The Medieval Archives podcast transports you back to an age of heroic kings, gallant knights and pious bishops. Separate fact from fiction and find out how the men and women of the middle ages really lived.
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Fact and Science Fiction

Fact & Science Fiction

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A podcast about the real science behind your favorite science fiction themes and tropes. Each episode, I choose a recurring topic or two in science fiction, and then dive into how it works in reality. If you ever wanted to learn more about genetics, virtual reality, or space travel - this podcast is for you. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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How to: Fitness

Michael Ulloa and Kate Lyman

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What's the history behind MLMs? How is technology changing our fitness? How have beauty standards evolved over the past few decades? Veterans of the fitness industry, Michael Ulloa and Kate Lyman, bring you a brand new podcast that's all about about busting common fitness and nutrition myths, helping you separate fact from fiction, and providing you with practical, evidence-based information in a wellness space overrun with misinformation.
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Fact is scarier than fiction. Subscribe to Casefile Premium to receive ad-free episodes released one week early, along with access to bonus Q&A’s, our exclusive show ‘Behind the Files’, and more.
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The A.I.M of this podcast is to help people form an intimate relationship with God and to answer the big life questions: - What was our origin? - Where can we find meaning and purpose? - How do we discern between good and evil, fact and fiction? - What is our ultimate destination? Many today are seeking these answers but not finding them. This is often because they are looking in the wrong places. All the guidance, wisdom, provision, love, forgiveness, hope and peace we seek can be found whe ...
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Exile

Leo Baeck Institute – New York | Berlin and Antica Productions

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Welcome to Exile, a podcast about Jewish lives under the shadow of fascism. Narrated by award-winning screen and stage actor, Mandy Patinkin. Untold stories and firsthand accounts drawn from intimate letters, diaries and interviews found in the Leo Baeck Institute’s vast archive. Each episode, a story of beauty and danger that brings history to life. Because the past is always present. Starting November 1, episodes are released weekly every Tuesday. The Leo Baeck Institute, New York | Berlin ...
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Dino Dome

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Monstrous meat-eaters, humble herbivores and stealthy scavengers meet in the Dino Dome for the greatest race of all time. But there’s a catch: the landscape is never the same! From deserts and volcanoes to the deep sea and suburban streets… anything goes in the Dino Dome! Cheer on your favourite prehistoric predators while learning about their strengths, weaknesses and quirks in an action-packed Mesozoic mash-up of science fact and fiction.
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What If Series

Canned Air Productions, LLC

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There’s a line between possible and impossible, a wall we can’t break through or tear down. But what if we could climb to the top and take a look at the other side? What if the line between fiction and reality was just a little blurrier, and our world a little stranger? Join Jeramy, Jack, and Ryan as they look at twists on our reality and ignore the difference between what can and cannot be to ask, “What If…?”.
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Come along with archaeologist Fredrik as he leads a critical exploration into alternative historical theories and the portrayal of Ancient Aliens in mainstream media on our podcast, Digging Up Ancient Aliens. With his guidance, you'll be able to distinguish fact from fiction and expand your knowledge alongside him. Whether you're a seasoned skeptic, a history enthusiast, or simply intrigued by extraterrestrial life, this podcast is a must-listen. For more info or to contact Fredrik, please v ...
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REALLY?!. with Tom and Dave

Tom Wheeler and Dave Foley

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Hosted by comedian Dave Foley and showrunner, screenwriter and novelist Tom Wheeler, as they interview the most compelling and credible journalists, researchers and government officials on the frontlines of "exotic" UFO alien technology and break down fact from fiction in a world where Congress has passed groundbreaking bi-partisan legislation to study UFOs and investigate Secret Access Programs that may be hiding crashed otherworldly crafts. Join Tom and Dave, the non-experts, as they find ...
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Redefiners

Russell Reynolds Associates

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Call them changemakers. Call them rule breakers. We call them Redefiners. And in this provocative podcast, we explore how daring leaders from across industries and around the globe are redefining their organizations—and themselves—to create extraordinary impact in today’s rapidly changing world. In each episode, Russell Reynolds Associates Leadership Advisor Hoda Tahoun and former CEO Clarke Murphy host engaging, purposeful conversations with leaders in and out of the business world who shar ...
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Each episode features engaging conversations and insightful interviews covering a wide range of topics including stigma, caregiving, family dynamics, employment, incarceration, homelessness, violence, treatments, and getting help for schizophrenia. Hosted by Rachel Star Withers, who lives with schizophrenia. Inside Schizophrenia brings firsthand experiences from individuals with schizophrenia, family members, caregivers, and medical experts, aiming to foster a deeper understanding of schizop ...
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Welcome to Is Manifesting Bullshit?' with your host, Cindy Witteman. Have you ever wondered if manifesting is just a bunch of nonsense? Join Cindy as she embarks on a journey to uncover the truth behind this age-old question. In each episode, she'll dive deep into the world of manifestation, interviewing experts, skeptics, and individuals with real-life manifesting experiences. Together, they'll seek to separate fact from fiction and shed light on the mysteries of the mind's power. Tune in a ...
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Immersive, real stories from history, seen through the lens of faith. Fact is often more surprising than fiction, and the listeners may find themselves surprised by what was left out of their history books.
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UnReality

Talia Augustidis

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Unreality exists where fact and fiction collide. Let host Talia Augustidis guide you through four different stories; from dreams and fantasy to curated falsehoods, as each episode wavers precariously between the imagined and the truth.
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Welcome to 'Reality Check: The Science of Fiction', bridging the worlds of sci-fi and science fact. With experts, we examine the plausibility of sci-fi concepts - from time travel and space exploration to AI and nanotech. Join us to satisfy your curiosity and discover the reality behind your favorite narratives.
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I’m Melissa Tittl, writer and producer of all things science-fiction and science-fact. Every week I head to my favorite watering hole, “Cosmic Cantina” and belly-up to the bar with my two co-hosts—Josh Golembeske and Matt O’Connor, creative producers in the world of weird. Together we share the latest news, our personal experiences as well as new information regarding aliens, Bigfoot, ghosts, ancient cultures and anything from the unseen world that needs illuminating. If you’re into this vib ...
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"Mystery Meets: True Encounters with Unsolved Crimes":- 🕵️ Embark on a riveting journey into the shadows of unsolved mysteries with "Mystery Meets: True Encounters with Unsolved Crimes." This chilling true crime podcast playlist brings you a curated selection of captivating stories that will leave you questioning the thin line between fact and fiction. Delve into perplexing cases, uncover shocking twists, and explore the darker side of human nature. Join us as Mystery Meets takes you through ...
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Food For Thought

Rhiannon Lambert

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Food For Thought is brought to you by Rhiannon Lambert, the UK's leading Nutritionist, founder of private Harley Street clinic Rhitrition and her evidence-based supplements Rhitrition+, and Sunday Times Bestselling author of The Science Of Nutrition. On a mission to simplify wellness, Rhiannon’s Food For Thought podcast will equip you with all the evidence-based advice you need to live and breathe a healthy lifestyle. She is joined by special guests, all of whom can be considered experts in ...
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I'm Eleanor Neale…you may know me already from my true crime Youtube channel…you may even be one of the many people asking for me to release it as a podcast…well, here it is! Each week on Usual Disclaimer I'll be exploring different cases from the world of true crime, sorting the fact from fiction and delving into the psychology behind what motivates people to commit such horrific acts on others. There’ll be cases from the archive of episodes I’ve already done, alongside new episodes that yo ...
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Open Ended

Cher Vincent and James T. Green

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Two best friends blurring the line between fiction and fact. Open Ended is hosted by Cher Vincent and James T. Green, and a member of Postloudness. Learn more at postloudness.com.
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In this episode Ellen and Richard talk about what a "crusade" was in the Middle Ages. Richard explains what modern historians mean by the term "crusade"--and why there is so little agreement. He also offers a response to a question posed by Nicholas Morton in the previous episode: How did the medieval Church reconcile its doctrine of love of enemy …
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Jessica Bull's debut novel Miss Austen Investigates sets Jane Austen up as an amateur sleuth, when a dead woman is discovered at a ball and her beloved brother is arrested and facing the noose. I had so much fun talking to Jessica about the challenges of blending fact and fiction, her passion of Jane Austen (and the books and films that have been i…
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Today’s guest is author Jeffrey D. Simon, author of several books about terrorism and a former RAND analyst who also taught at UCLA. As a guest on Fact or Fiction, Jeff has agreed to share some of the highlights from his most recent book, The Bulldog Detective: William J. Flynn and America’s First War Against the Mafia, Spies, and Terrorists. Flynn…
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Excessive screen time is parents’ number one child health concern. But should they be so concerned? Let’s check the research. In this episode, Cosmos journalist Jacinta Bowler exceeds the screentime guidelines to chat with experts Anthea Rhodes, Taren Sanders and Luci Pangrazio to find out whether watching too many episodes of Bluey poses any real …
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In this episode of How To: Fitness we are discussing the impact of diet talk and “Fat Talk” received by our families and how that may have shaped our eating behaviors and relationships with foods. We discuss the role parents and siblings play in self-image, body dissatisfaction, and unsupportive dietary habits. We talk about how to foster a better …
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When the scales tip and our health teeters, it's time to take a hard look at our nutrition and fitness regimes. This week, join me, Anthony Amen, as I sit with the remarkable Amy, a former pharmacy aficionado turned nutrition coach who's here to dispel the myths surrounding our diets. Prepare to be enlightened on the staggering effects of your food…
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Join us on the latest episode of Food for Thought where we are joined by the remarkable Lavina Mehta as she shares her inspiring journey towards embracing a life enriched with movement. Uncover the science behind 'Exercise Snacking', learning how, and when, to practice this habit, and its profound impact on our aging bodies. Did you know that South…
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*** Content warning: Child victim *** On November 16 2001, two state troopers from the Pennsylvania State Police arrived to conduct a welfare check at the Poconos Mountains home of 52-year-old Benjamin Amato. Friends and neighbours had reported their concerns after noticing Ben’s car in his driveway for several days, but no sign of Ben himself. ---…
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Welcome to another intriguing episode of "Is Manifesting Bullshit?" In this enlightening conversation, host Cindy dives deep into the world of manifestation with the brilliant Kim O’Neil. Kim, a seasoned law of attraction coach from Southern California, shares her insights on reclaiming authenticity and harnessing the power of manifestation. Join C…
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"Once you believe... anything becomes possible" Tom Shakespeare is a social scientist and bioethicist, an academic who writes and talks and researches mainly about disability, but also about ethical issues around prenatal genetic testing and end of life assisted suicide. He's also been a stand-up comedian, and has his first fiction novel out on Mar…
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Science fiction authors and all-around tech thinkers Annalee Newitz and Charlie Jane Anders join this week to talk about Isaac Asimov's oft-cited and equally often misunderstood laws of robotics, as debuted in his short story collection, 'I, Robot.' Meanwhile, both global and US military institutions are declaring interest in 'ethical' frameworks f…
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This episode contains: Steven and Ben host this all new leap year episode. Ben thinks about how his life would be if he had kids at an earlier age. Steven has also been going through a midlife crisis, which has caused him to start journaling. Steven wants to stop wasting his life on his phone using focus mode. “How I Setup My iPhone — So It Doesn't…
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The world stopped to watch the funeral of Lilah Ambrose. But her master plan of revenge against the Ghastly Ones is not over -- in fact, the Doomsday Clock has starting ticking. The countdown to extinction has begun. Featuring the music: Damiano Baldoni – Bewitched Hell, Funeral Battle, and World of Ruin Serge Quadrado – Funeral piano, and Funeral …
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Medievalist and Art Historian Dr. Amy Jeffs joins the show to discuss her books Storyland: A New Mythology of Britain and Wild: Tales from Early Medieval Britain In Amy’s first book, Storyland she examines the origins of Britain from Noah’s flood to the Norman invasion. And there are some good stories to tell, including the incredible story of Albi…
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In this week's episode I discuss the power of the spiritual disciples, such as meditation, and how best to use them. Many of us have been taught that to be disciplined is to do the same things in the same way every day and if we deviate from this routine we are undisciplined. I use Richard Foster's book, "A Celebration of Discipline" to dispel this…
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🔍Dive deep into the murky waters of history with our latest video on the Titanic conspiracy. Join us as we explore the mysterious circumstances surrounding the sinking of the "unsinkable" ship. From alleged sabotage to covert agendas, Suspect Behavior leaves no stone unturned in uncovering the truth behind one of the most infamous maritime disaster…
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Today’s healthcare industry has gone from science fiction to science fact in a very short period of time. Gene editing, artificial intelligence (AI), and a host of medical innovations are helping researchers discover new life-changing solutions to target previously incurable diseases like sickle cell anemia, muscular dystrophy, and more. On today’s…
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There are times when people take life for granted. Never forget that tomorrow isn't promised and not everyone wakes up in the morning. If you had a second chance at life, what would you do with it? Would you be willing to rectify any past wrongs you may have committed? Would you like to demonstrate your true abilities to the world? Would you take i…
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Data scientist by day and queen of medieval memes by night, Olivia Swarthout is the brains behind internet sensation 'weird medieval guys' on Twitter @WeirdMedieval - she's also just released a brilliant book called Weird Medieval Guys: How to Live, Laugh, Love (and Die) in Dark Times, and co-hosts a podcast called, of course, Weird Medieval Guys! …
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On this 40th Episode of Bad [BLEEPS] Scott and Freddy go over the latest Bad [Bleeps] Samson & Delilah and Abraham & Sarah, where they explore why God chose the bully Samson of all people to 'bless', and also wonder why God loves to have Abraham 'poke' so many people. In this episode of Uncut they everything from dead parents, to Hey Arnold innuend…
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**Discussion begins at 10:15** Does anyone know much about the Middle Ages? Anyone a big history fan? Well what if I told you a huge chunk of the middle ages, I'm talking a couple hundred of years, never actually existed? That the years 614 to 911 AD have been forged in the historical timeline we know today. Even more, that this was done at the han…
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From girl dinner to fitspiration, there’s no escaping social media – its memes and hashtags - for today’s teens and young people. In this episode, Cosmos journalist Jacinta Bowler does some mindless scrolling. They also DM experts Associate Professor Ivanka Pritchard, Dr Danielle Einstein, Associate Professor Gemma Sharp, and Nicola Palfrey uncover…
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Chad Mulvany, vice president of federal policy for the California Hospital Association and former HFMA policy director, discusses Bloomberg Philanthropies $250 million investment in the future healthcare workforce, as well as what will actually move the needle on price transparency. Discussed in this episode: ‘Healthcare High’ coming to Woodside No…
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In today's episode of Food for Thought, we are honoured to have the illustrious musical theatre star and international icon, Kerry Ellis. Renowned as the Queen of the West End, Kerry's impressive career spans a multitude of leading roles and her talents extend beyond the theatre stage, boasting four studio albums and an upcoming tour. In this episo…
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As I sat down with my staff member Devon, a question emerged that led us down an insightful path: Can grit, that elusive mix of passion and perseverance, truly be taught? This episode is a deep, heartfelt exploration of that very concept, where we discuss the significant role grit plays in our pursuit of fitness goals, business success, and persona…
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This week on Mythstories we're heading back to ancient Egypt and the curse of the Mummy. Live Podcast tickets here - https://www.wegottickets.com/event/604610 Early access and bonus content available at - https://www.patreon.com/noblasters https://www.patreon.com/teawithmepodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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My guest for this episode is Dr. Nicholas Morton, whom you may remember from our first episode about the Mongols. Today Nick and I will be talking about crusading warfare, in particular, about the military activities and challenges faced by the Crusader States established in the Levant by the First Crusade. Among the topics we will discussing are t…
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Join me for another enlightening episode of "Is Manifesting Bullshit?," where I dive into your most pressing inquiries about manifesting and personal growth. In this solo episode, I address questions sent in by listeners like you, sharing insights and advice to help you on your journey. From beginner tips to navigating challenges, and understanding…
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*** Content warning: Child victims, serial rapist, stalking *** When the Koneva family fled to England to escape the war-torn Balkans, their hopes for a peaceful new beginning were soon shattered. In May 1997, an unknown intruder entered their London home and claimed the life of 12-year-old Katerina Koneva. The subsequent investigation spanned mult…
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"People brought in lottery tickets... they thought the statue would enhance their chances of winning" Dr Campbell Price is Curator of Egypt and Sudan at the Manchester Museum, University of Manchester - one of the UK's most significant Egyptology collections. He is curator of the exhibition 'Golden Mummies of Egypt', and author of an accompanying b…
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This episode contains: We're recording just after Valentine's Day. Sorry, we didn't get you anything, EXCEPT FOR THIS PODCAST! Ben was a bit disappointed in Valentine's Day this year... he's also working on "not wasting his midlife crisis." He chats about layoffs and opportunities and productivity, but Steven thinks that perhaps Ben's having a midl…
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There is a huge gap in how people with schizophrenia are expected to recover and then integrate back into society. Many of us are in active treatment and managing symptoms. Now what? How do we function in life? How do we fit into society? We all want friends, to have a purpose, to belong. These desires fall under community involvement. Integration …
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Author Bijal Shah is a trained Bibliotherapist who brings the power of reading into the therapy room. It's a technique that dates back to Ancient Greece and Bijal shares some of the tools and techniques she uses in todays episode. Certain that reading is a big part of your mental wellbeing? You will love this episode which does a deep dive into why…
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New research has revealed how British spies attempted to take the 'Holy Grail' in a plot that wouldn't look out of place in an Indiana Jones movie. In steps Sabina Suey, a bold, brave and brilliant Spanish cleaner. Madrid-based journalist Simon Hunter tells Dan all about it. Plus, death by cake and the world's perennial lost & found. You can get in…
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Jump into the captivating love story of Abraham and Sarah on Bad [BLEEPS] of the Bible! From deceitful escapades in Egypt to unexpected prophecies and a surprising twist in the wilderness, their journey is filled with drama, laughter, and divine interventions. 🎭 Don't miss the twists and turns – tune in for a wild ride! #BadBleepsOfTheBible #LoveSt…
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You may have heard of the transit camp Theresienstadt as a place of hope and resilience throughout the Holocaust. But the music, art, and recipes found in the Czech ghetto after the war only tell one part of the story. Today, historian Anna Hájková, author of The Last Ghetto: An Everyday History of Theresienstadt, joins Mark to discuss the complexi…
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**Discussion begins at 7:45** Plum Island is a 3 mile by 1 mile island isolated off the coast of New York. It is home to a lab run by the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Agriculture. The lab claims to be dedicated to the study of disease in animal livestock. They claim that in compliance with Nixon’s 1969 order, there is no offens…
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Streaming has changed everything in television and movies, offering us more choice than ever before, even more than titles available at the local video store. In this episode, Cosmos journalist Jacinta Bowler tracks down one of the last video rentals in the country, and then fast forwards to experts Professor Amanda Lotz and Associate Professor Ram…
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47 years ago, on a warm summer’s night in Melbourne, Susan Bartlett and Suzanne Armstrong were stabbed to death in their home in Easey Street, Collingwood. Suzanne’s 16 month-old son was asleep in his cot at the time. The double homicide left the community shocked and detectives rattled, as several promising early leads gradually petered out. Event…
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It was supposed to be a simple, relaxing camping trip... at the site of a massacre and a forest fire, Joan and Lenny have no idea that something is waiting for them, and that it wants to play a game. Featured music: Orbits – feel burn it Pressor – the smell that you like Soul on Strings – burn the unbeliever Tag Cloud – a controlled burn and Chelse…
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Today’s episode is a quick-fire Q&A answering questions from listeners. We discuss carb cycling, whether you should workout when tired, calorie tracking, and more. 0:45 Is carb cycling necessary? 2:07 Is it okay to still do a workout if I am tired? (i.e. didn’t sleep well/enough) 4:07 If I burn off 250 calories exercising, can I eat back 250 calori…
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How were the great pyramids of Giza built? This is a question that's been asked for a long time. The answers have been ranging from those based on the best available evidence to the more far-out ideas. Among those there are suggestions that such precision and scale could only be the work of extraterrestrial intervention. But what do the most recent…
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