Best Fester podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Sick Minds
Monthly
 
There is a darkness inside all of us. Time to bring it into the light.In Sick Minds, comedy writers and performers Nico Tatarowicz and Alistair Griggs talk to fellow comedians about the horrible and darkly funny thoughts that fester inside of their brains and send them all screaming.
 
Dave Ryan's War of the Roses
 
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The Outer Dark
Monthly
 
Weird fiction author and podcast host Scott Nicolay interviews writers, filmmakers, editors, publishers and other creatives from the weird renaissance. The show includes news from the weird presented by editor, Justin Steele.
 
A daily current affairs programme covering the major Pacific stories of the week, with background and reaction from the people making the news.
 
Lady Finger is a small town like any other. Nestled in the heart of a small county, the denizens are, for the most part, just like you and me. In fact, they could be you and me except for one important detail… or two. Lady Finger and the surrounding hamlets that make up Clover County will - in the not too distant future - suffer massive nuclear fallout from a sudden reactor leak. Soon they will be quietly wondering if the radioactivity created the abominations that besiege their little commu ...
 
The weekly UK True Crime Podcast is the home of UK true crime. We examine lesser known UK cases in depth, talk to true crime authors, review products/shows and interview other experts in the field of UK True Crime to offer you the very best insight and analysis.
 
Two guys you don't know talking about things you dont care about.
 
A weekly podcast that focuses on classic games and gaming - NES, SNES, Genesis, N64, Saturn, PSX and arcade.
 
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Chubby! Music
Monthly
 
Record label, events & podcast series based in Sydney & Melbourne, Australia.Run by @aaronandrew & @stevensullivandjReleased: 25 Feb 19 - Various Vol. 2 - https://goo.gl/5wJ1Zu
 
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C U Next Thursday
Monthly
 
Life really hit us with a shit stick two days before Christmas when we found out that Shaza has a brain tumour. It has since paralysed half of her face and caused a lot of pain and suffering. But we don't like to dwell. We definitely like to milk the cancer cow though. Join us week by week as we get closer and closer to remission. Hopefully some of our more out there experiences will either bring you peace and comfort, or simply entertain you for about 30 minutes. DISCLAIMER: This is not ful ...
 
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Jive Turkeys
Monthly+
 
The show where three friends gabble about everything, literally leaving no stone unturned in this off-beat irreverent comedy podcast. Uncensored. Unmoderated. Undeniably fun.
 
Talk MMA with the best personalities in the industry. We cover all aspects of MMA on The MMA DieHards Radio Network.
 
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Flooding brings death and destruction for to PNG's East New Britain; PNG is urged to help bring justice to asylum seekers while Manus refugees call on Australian to accept New Zealand offer; There's a forum focused on tackling growing childhood obesity in the Pacific; Higher electoral fees see lower candidate numbers in the Solomons ; an EU Com ...…
 
Flash flooding has cut off many roads and washed out a number of villages in Papua New Guinea's East New Britain province. New Guinea Islands provinces are taking stock of damage from several days of heavy rains and severe winds linked to Cyclone Oma.
 
Australia's opposition should force New Zealand's refugee resettlement offer through parliament, Manus Island refugees say.
 
The chief electoral officer in Solomon Islands says higher nomination fees for could see fewer candidates contesting this year's election.
 
Young people are being encouraged to enter a new video competition to highlight their concerns and experiences of climate change in the Pacific region.
 
In this podcast Scott Nicolay interviews J.S. Breukelaar, author of the recently released collection Collision: Stories (Meerkat Press, Feb. 2019) and the novels, Aletheia: A Supernatural Thriller and American Monster. The podcast was recorded on Sunday Feb 17, 2018. The Outer Dark Symposium on the Greater Weird is a unique immersive one-day ev ...…
 
PNG's Catholic church is urging the government to do more to help refugees and asylum seekers in the country find resettlement whether they're confined on Manus or from across the land border with Indonesia; Tackling growing childhood obesity in the Pacific was the focus of a forum of 17 health leaders in Fiji recently; Election observers offer ...…
 
Papua New Guinea 's Catholic church is urging the government to do more to help refugees and asylum seekers in the country find resettlement. While the church is pushing for a definitive end to the detention of refugees on Manus Island, it's also highlighting the plight of various groups in the country who have not gained refugee status.…
 
Tackling growing childhood obesity in the Pacific was the focus of a forum of 17 health leaders in Fiji recently.
 
Julia found a VERY raunchy text in her boyfriend Jason's phone that he claims was from a wrong number. But then there was a weird situation with a wet shower that left Julia even more suspicious that Jason is up to something. What is it?!
 
Election observers offer 21 recommendations to Fiji; Ocean acidification and the threat to coral reefs; The changing role in the Pacific relating to transnational crimes has been highlighted at a recent workshop in Samoa; Clean water and sanitation a huge Pacific challenge - UNICEF; Historic Cook Islands photography on show in NZ.…
 
The international group of observers which monitored Fiji's last election says it's confident of a bright future for electoral democracy in the country. But the Multinational Observer Group says action's needed to address a certain amount of mistrust in the process.
 
Threats posed to Pacific Island countries by the rapidly increasing acidification of the world's oceans have been discussed at a workshop in New Zealand.
 
Limited access to clean water and poor sanitation continues to have a negative impact on people's health in the Pacific and contributes to the spread of preventable diseases.
 
The changing role in the Pacific relating to transnational crimes has been highlighted at a recent workshop in Samoa run by the Pacific Immigration Development Community; More than a hundred years have passed since Cook Islanders posed in all their finery for photographer George Robson Crummer. His images have now gone on display alongside mode ...…
 
The changing role in the Pacific relating to transnational crimes has been highlighted at a recent workshop in Samoa run by the Pacific Immigration Development Community.
 
More than a hundred years have passed since Cook Islanders posed in all their finery for photographer George Robson Crummer. His images have now gone on display alongside modern day studies of Aucklanders of Pacific heritage by the celebrated Auckland photographer Edith Amituanai.
 
A refugee advocate says new laws restricting medical transfers off the island are putting refugee lives at risk; Papua New Guinea's most wanted criminal Tommy Baker has been urged to hand himself in by the country's police chief. For months, police have been unable to capture notorious prison escapee Tommy Baker who along with his gang is linke ...…
 
An Australian human rights lawyer advocating for refugees detained by Australia on Nauru says new laws restricting medical transfers off the island are putting refugee lives at risk.
 
Papua New Guinea's most wanted criminal Tommy Baker has been urged to hand himself in by the country's police chief. For months, police have been unable to capture notorious prison escapee Tommy Baker who along with his gang is linked to a string of armed robberies, piracy and murder in Milne Bay province.…
 
Vanuatu is looking at alternatives to plastic baby nappies which are clogging the country's landfills. This follows a study by overseas litter experts who've looked at what sort of rubbish Vanuatu produces and come up with solutions specific for the country.
 
Anti-violence campaigners in Tonga get lessons from Fiji; We take a look at the Pacific's hunger for renewable energy; New research could shed light on cardiovascular disease among Pacific people; And, the head of Fiji's new cyberspace watchdog outlines her role.
 
Anti-violence campaigners in Tonga say a recent fact-finding mission to Fiji has helped them become better soldiers in their fight against violence.
 
As Pacific countries try to push down electricity costs and improve supply to remote communities, the Asian Development Bank is reporting large requests for renewable energy funding.
 
Cyclone Oma lashes New Caledonia after lingering over Vanuatu; New research could shed light on cardiovascular disease among Pacific people; The head of Fiji's new cyberspace watchdog outlines her role; Solomon Islands readies for the first elections in the post-RAMSI era; Above average rainfall - or droughts - are predicted for the coming months.…
 
New research is examining the role a certain hormone could play in the poor state of cardiovascular health in Pacific communities.
 
Fiji's newly-established Online Safety Commissioner says her main aim is to promote safe and responsible behaviour in cyberspace.
 
Some people have dark, twisted and violent sexual fantasies. So long as they stay just a fantasy and no innocent people are harmed, then it remains a fantasy. But when those feelings cross the line into into actions, especially when the fantasy is the abuse of children, the consequences are dire. This week, in the UK True Crime weekly podcast I ...…
 
The scale of damage starts to emerge in Vanuatu and Solomon Islands, after Cyclone Oma lingers; for the rest of the Pacific, above average rainfall - or droughts - are predicted for the coming months; Solomon Islands readies for the first elections in the post-RAMSI era; Solomon Islands have forfeited their sport in the under 17 Football World ...…
 
As many as 30 houses have been destroyed and there's been extensive damage to crops in Vanuatu's northern provinces, after Cyclone Oma hung around for five days.
 
Droughts or above average rainfall are likely for much of the South Pacific in coming months.
 
On the third of April Solomon Islanders will go to the polls to elect their representatives for the country's 11th parliament.
 
Today we get in to some hot space talk. Join us won’t you.
 
This week in Your Parents Basement, we are going Hollywood! In honor of the upcoming Academy Awards, we once again turn our attention to the “best” motion pictures based on HOT vidya game IP. From 1999, we’re watching Wing Commander, starring F.P. Jr., Saffy Burrows and Matt Lillard. You can manually download this week’s podcast […]…
 
Sport: Solomon Islands Football forfeits U17 World Cup spot; Chimbu election recount to get underway in Goroka today; efforts made to boost anti-corruption reporting; there are hopes the creation of an anti-corruption regional committee will strengthen checks and balances around good governance in the Pacific; the World Bank's vice president fo ...…
 
Solomon Islands have forfeited their spot at the Under 17 Men's Football World Cup after fielding an overage player during the Oceania qualifying tournament.
 
A recount of votes for the Chimbu Regional seat in Papua New Guinea is expected to get underway today in Goroka.
 
There are hopes the creation of an anti-corruption regional committee will strengthen checks and balances around good governance in the Pacific; the World Bank's vice president for East Asia and the Pacific says there is enough room for China and the western countries in the Pacific; two officials in Vanuatu's government are pushing for crimina ...…
 
There are hopes the creation of an anti- corruption regional committee will strengthen checks and balances around good governance in the Pacific.
 
The World Bank's vice president for East Asia and the Pacific says there is enough room for China and the western countries in the Pacific.
 
Two officials in Vanuatu's government are pushing for criminal charges against people accused of defaming them online.
 
The Autonomous Bougainville Government's recently announced plan it's to amend local mining laws, has been described as a reckless land grab by NGO Jubilee Australia.
 
Police from New Zealand and Australia will increase their presence in the Pacific as part of a new agreement to tackle transnational crime.
 
In the dramatic, and entirely drunken, conclusion of Shots & Beans, a winner is crowned, beans are eaten, and waaaay too many shots are taken. Enjoy! Next week, we will return with episode 35 of the main show! If you would like your questions answered on the show, leave us a message on the Jive Turkeys Facebook Group, tweet us at @JiveTurkeyPod ...…
 
Notes: “I’m with Cupid” was written and performed by Michael P. Thiessen and Peter Church, and features Brad G. Graham as The Station Manager and Travis Friesen as Officer Quincy Pidesky. Special thanks to Cassie Garbutt and Esther Koepnick for the WLFC studio jingle.
 
Cyclone Oma hampers Solomons' election preparations; Investigation into missing PNG scientists closed; Refugee healthcare deficient on Manus, Nauru - doctor; Iconic Fiji newspaper wrestles with the digital age; Maui looks to tell traditional Pacific stories through contemporary lens; Sport: Late rule change denies Tongan skier at World Champs.…
 
Election preparations in Solomon Islands are being hampered by severe weather conditions from Cyclone Oma.
 
Papua New Guinea police have closed an investigation into the disappearance of five scientists in August 2011. The scientists were undertaking research for the Institute of Medical Research when they went missing, last seen off the coast of West New Britain province.
 
An upcoming play in the Auckland Fringe Festival looks to explore traditional Pacific stories through a contemporary lens.
 
Tonga's only competitor at the Alpine World Ski Championships is denied a place in the main draw following a last minute rule change.
 
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