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Cryptid Campfire explores the strange and unusual creatures that lurk in the shadows. From Bigfoot to Chupacabras we gather around a virtual campfire every week to talk about the beasts and monsters that share our planet. Visit us at www.cryptidcampfire.com
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Critic Nicolas Rapold talks with guests about the movies they've been watching. From home viewing to the latest from festivals and retrospectives. Named one of the 10 Best Film Podcasts by Sight & Sound magazine. Guests include critics, curators, and filmmakers.
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Info Matters

Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario

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Conversations about people, privacy, and access to information. Hosted by Patricia Kosseim, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.
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Sisters In Skincare

Sisters In Skincare

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We are Rachel and Jess. We love to bore our family chatting about skincare so we thought we would record our conversations and share them with the world! Season 1: This podcast explains skincare and makeup brands from our perspective. It's what we think, what we can find on the internet about the brands and the hits and misses from the brand. Season 2: Each episode of this season is a different step in your skincare routine or specific ingredient. Hope you enjoy hearing from us!
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Our Everyday Nest

Our Everyday Nest

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This is our.everyday.nest, our journey as a family. Misty and Rachael will be your hosts, a captivating mother daughter dynamic. Rachael, our oldest is beginning to fly off on her own, navigating her way through life and love. We have more not far behind. Beginning to flap their wings and experience new things. We are a Jesus loving family navigating His beautiful and enthralling world. Join us as we grow in our everyday nest.
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This Old Cowgirl

This Old Cowgirl

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This Old Cowgirl's journey in moving back to my family farm.I moved back to the farm to care for my Dad who had Dementia so that he could stay on his beloved farm for as long as possible...which he did. He took his final breath here.The Legacy of family farms and ranches is what I am passionate about. We need to gather the stories of how our farms and ranches came to be. The stories of the hard times, the good times. When one of our farmers or ranchers passes away, all those stories and answ ...
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Take a dive into all aspects of the paranormal, from bone chilling case of demonic possession to interviews with individuals who had their own personal encounters with spirits and creatures like Dogman. No stone is left unturned as we, along with you ask questions and face our fears on Induced Fear.
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hrmeetup. © - The Podcast Factory Org (ASBL-VZW-NPO)

Michel Godart, The Podcast Factory Org, David Van den Broeck, Caroline Gasia

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hrmeetup. © is a podcast produced and realized by the non-profit organization "The Podcast Factory Org" which addresses human resources and passions in the workplace. The podcast offers episodes in 3 languages (FR-NL-ENG), although predominantly in French. This podcast is available in video format on YouTube and is accompanied by sequencing and full transcription for the deaf or hard of hearing. Our organization also offers, in collaboration with the French association BadGeek, PodBXL: a fre ...
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A podcast where we talk about wine, life and everything in between.Join in to hear about wine reviews, wine regions, winemakers and so much more. Delivered in an easy-going and relatable style, this is a podcast that will be appealing to wine lovers - from wine curious or wine newbie to wine enthusiast - everywhere!
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"Chasing the Truth and uniqueness" is a podcast that suggests a relentless pursuit of authenticity, genuineness, and the pursuit of our voice. It means seeking out the core truths of who you are and celebrating those things that make you unique. It's about being true to yourself, your experiences, and your beliefs, even if that means going against the grain or being different from others.
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Jump Seat de l'ARC

L’Aviation royale canadienne (ARC)

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« Qui sommes-nous? Que faisons-nous? » Ce podcast offre de simples conversations avec des membres, des vétérans et des partenaires de l’Aviation royale canadienne (ARC). Quoique l’Équipe de la Défense de l’ARC soit notre audience principale, les sujets de nos podcasts devraient être pertinents pour toutes les personnes qui s’intéressent aux affaires militaires canadiennes.
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A podcast featuring the freshly deceased telling us their life stories and, the music they'd score it with. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Reality is not what it used to be. After consensus reality shatters, and humanity evacuates to mysterious sanctuaries known as smart houses, a group of survivors navigate the uncertain future of the Quantum-sphere. John Kenneth Muir, award-winning author of Exploring Space: 1999 and Horror Films of the 1970s, brings to life a unique vision of humanity's future. Enter The House Between, and discover a world in which quantum mechanics, the many-worlds theory, Everett branches, human mutation, ...
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Patric Gagne says being a sociopath is like having an emotional learning disability. In this episode, she talks about the good and the bad of having limited access to shame and guilt, how she overcame violent compulsions, and becoming a wife and mother. Death, Sex & Money is now produced by Slate! To support us and our colleagues, please sign up fo…
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Ep. 237: Screen Slate leader Jon Dieringer on Civil War, plus Roadhouse, Quiet on Set, The EclipseWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw with your host, Nicolas Rapold. With the country in the grips of Civil War fever, I join forces with Screen Slate editor-in-chief Jon Dieringer, who was fresh from seeing the much-anticipated movie at a local Regal Cinem…
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In this exciting episode, Eli and Jasmine talk with Mike Familant, a Sasquatch researcher and filmmaker who hosts a YouTube Series called In the Shadow of Big Red Eye. They cover everything from Mike's original experience to his multi state tour for 2024! Don't miss out! Keep up with Mike at the links below! Mike's Etsy https://www.etsy.com/shop/sh…
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When musician Johnny Solomon hit rock bottom, he turned to his mom for help. Then, as his mother’s health declined, he and his wife (and bandmate) Molly moved in with her to lend a hand. But caring for Johnny’s mother meant that their music careers were put on hold. We first talked to Johnny, Molly, and his mom Nancy in 2018. This week, we revisit …
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Ep. 236: CPH:DOX 2024 with Mads K. Mikkelsen on Two Strangers Trying Not to Kill Each Other, Kix, and much moreWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw with your host, Nicolas Rapold. For this episode I journeyed to Copenhagen for the 2024 edition of CPH:DOX, and talked about my favorite documentaries from the selection with the festival’s Head of Program M…
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Cynthia Khoo is a technology and human rights lawyer and most recently, a senior associate at the Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law, in Washington, D.C. She is a research fellow at the University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab. How facial recognition technology works [4:09] Use of facial recognition technology by government agencies [8:0…
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In 2021, we talked to a listener that we’re calling Tessa, who found themselves in $19,000 worth of credit card debt. When Tessa’s sister offered to pay a huge chunk of the debt, new problems arose. First, the offer didn’t bring instant peace-of-mind. Second, it wasn’t clear if paying off the debt right away was even the best solution. This week, w…
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Ep. 235: K.J. Relth-Miller on Berlin Retrospectives: Lubitsch, Helke Sander, Carlos Saura, and moreWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw with your host, Nicolas Rapold. For a number of festivals now, I’ve been fortunate enough to delve into the retrospective selections with programmer K.J. Relth-Miller from the Academy Museum (who also teaches at CalArts…
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Vous êtes à la recherche d'une source d'inspiration tout en soutenant une cause noble ? Alors, vous êtes au bon endroit ! Dans le cadre du Podcasthon, un événement caritatif rassemblant plus de 450 podcasts engagés, "hrmeetup" vous propose un épisode spécial qui vous fera découvrir la mission de "L'écosystème d'apprentissage agile". Dans cet épisod…
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This week, we’re revisiting our conversation with (now Emmy-winning) actor Niecy Nash and her wife, singer-songwriter Jessica Betts. They discuss their initial friendship, their steamy first date, the process of going public with their relationship, and much more. Death, Sex & Money is now produced by Slate! To support us and our colleagues, please…
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Ep. 234: Radu Jude on Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the WorldWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw with your host, Nicolas Rapold. This week I present a chat with Radu Jude, the director of what’s already the most acclaimed movie of the year: Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World. The wild, funny, multi-layered movie follows a young p…
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This week, we get an update from Mason Earle, a former professional rock climber who we spoke to back in 2021. Mason had been diagnosed with ME/CFS, commonly called chronic fatigue syndrome, and he discussed his former career, how he was adjusting to life and marriage with a disability, and why he doesn't miss rock climbing. This week, Mason shares…
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Ep. 233: Christine Smallwood on Chantal Akerman and La CaptiveWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw with your host, Nicolas Rapold. This week a new book on Chantal Akerman by Christine Smallwood enters the world, a volume about Akerman’s wholly original Proust adaptation La Captive that’s the latest in the Fireflies Press series of Decadent Editions focu…
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This week, we’re revisiting an episode about the transitional lives of Uber drivers. Anna and then-producer Katie Bishop hitched multiple rides in the Bay Area and heard stories about immigration, domestic violence, personal finance, and more. Death, Sex & Money is now produced by Slate! To support us and our colleagues, please sign up for our memb…
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Ep. 232: Eric Hynes on First Look and True/False 2024: Flying Lessons, There Was, There Was Not, Knit’s Island, AchillesWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw with your host, Nicolas Rapold. As I did last year, I joined forces with Eric Hynes, curator of film at Museum of the Moving Image, for a double fest discussion, covering True/False, the Missouri no…
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To mark the return of Death, Sex & Money, we’re presenting a live celebration of new beginnings, featuring interviews with comedian and TV host W. Kamau Bell, writer Vicki Larson, Dr. Bonnie Chen, and artist Carissa Potter. You’ll also hear lively music accompaniment by D’Wayne Wiggins of Tony! Toni! Toné! This episode was recorded live at KQED in …
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On this episode, authors Leslie and Stephen Shaw share their new book "Who Are They and What They're Up To". They also share personal encounters that they've experienced for themselves. Leslie and Stephens Info: https://www.instagram.com/leslie.shaw.author/ https://www.whotheyarebook.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Who-They-Are-What-Theyre/dp/B0BKCQ363…
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Écoutez cet épisode inspirant d’hrmeetup. © où nous explorons le monde du bien-être en entreprise avec Arabelle Willems, une experte en Yoga du rire. Dans cette conversation, Arabelle partage sa vision unique sur l'intégration du rire dans le milieu professionnel pour favoriser le bien-être des équipes. Laissez un message vocal à Arabelle ou Michel…
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In this special edition of Cryptid Campfire, we talk to Small Town Monsters producer Heather Moser. Heather, also known as the Pagan Historian, hosts her own podcast, called The Lore You Know, as well as balancing many duties at Small Town Monsters. In this episode she discusses many of her paranormal experiences and hints at the secret ingredient …
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Ep. 231: Berlin 2024 with Jordan Cronk: Who by Fire, Tu Me Abrasas, Abiding Nowhere, Chime, Direct Action, More DocsWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw with your host, Nicolas Rapold. For the latest episode about the 2024 Berlin Film Festival, I’m pleased to reunite with Jordan Cronk, who helped kick off this year’s series. We round up some vital highl…
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Ep. 230: Berlin 2024 with Keva York: Christine Angot’s Une Famille, Spaceman, Berlin Critics’ WeekWelcome to The Last Thing I Saw with your host, Nicolas Rapold. I continue my reporting from the 2024 Berlin Film Festival by welcoming my latest guest to the podcast, critic Keva York, who is writing for Reverse Shot and ABC Arts (the Australian Broad…
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