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This podcast will explore the development of the art, architecture, culture and history in Italy, from ancient Roman times through the Renaissance. Listeners will develop an understanding of Italy’s role in the development of Western civilization and an ability to appreciate and understand works of art in their historical context.
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There is always one more book that is waiting to be read!My name is Florence Oriwo and am a certified book & wine lover. But in this Podcast, we are going to focus only on Books.Join me, listen to me, share with me...
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I am a journalist in North Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Based in Beni-ville & Beni Territoire since 2014. I work mainly on peace, security and health governance issues. This is not a podcast thread in the pleasant sense of the word -- I have been out of radio since 2020. I post here old audios (sometimes contrasting with reality but sometimes questioning current, future and past promises), and more generally, repots..., content I like, not necessarily my own. Abonnez-vous au ser ...
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Did you know that Suckville isn't actually found on a map, but we've all been there? It all sprung from a recent personal visit to Suckville, when I broke my hip on a bike ride, and the desire to transform that into something good. Because it's loss, grief, trauma, injury, and a million more of life's lemons that connect us. Live From Suckville aims to bring extraordinary stories from ordinary humans together in one place, to inspire and give hope. And most importantly, to remind us all that ...
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Soft for Us

Amy Walsh, Danielle Florence, Niki Mohrdar

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A podcast by soft women in a hard world. Soft for Us explores the friendship of three aspiring comics in Vancouver, Canada. In a world that can be tough and unforgiving, Amy, Danielle and Niki embrace their softness with laughter, curiosity, and let's be honest, some confusion. Each episode, they nominate someone as the ultimate softie, exploring what makes a person the epitome of softness. They'll also dive into absurd Reddit threads, put their taste buds to the test, and engage in friendsh ...
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A cycling podcast loosely focused on Cycling Time Trials. I feature expert interviews in training, aerodynamics and coaching. Also featured are conversations with bike industry experts and some very fast cyclists. Please contact me at ttpodcast@yahoo.com with guest and show ideas. I also just have some fun and do interviews with cycling related topics of general interest from time to time. It can't all be about going faster right? OK, forget I said that.....
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Spit! - Surf Podcast

David Lee Scales and Scott Bass

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Surf Talk Podcast. Scott Bass and David Lee Scales discuss all the latest news, gossip, rumor, and innuendo running through the surf industry and their local line-ups. www.SpitPodcast.com
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Morbid

Morbid Network | Wondery

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It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
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I am an NHS obstetrician hoping to share some thoughts and experiences about my working life. Maybe you enjoy call the midwife, perhaps birth fascinates, or you are simply curious about what exactly an obstetrician is? You might be pregnant and preparing for birth right now. Perhaps you work in maternity care and want to know what makes your obstetric colleagues tick, or you want some fresh ideas and inspiration. Whichever of these is the case TheObsPod is for you. Each episode contains 'the ...
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Navigating the brink of adulthood, life transitions and building a life you love. With some life experience under her belt, Nayna will be revealing everything she’s learnt so far as well as navigating this new chapter and taking a step into the unknown, sharing experiences and tips along the way. From jobs, student life and graduating to health, relationships and activism, this podcast was created to be a safe place to figure out who we are and who we want to be. Instead of fearing the futur ...
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In the Pocket

Florence S. Edwards

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In The Pocket is a talk show showcasing Mainers of color. Each episode represents a member of the Maine community from business, the arts, or culture; the earth, wind, and fire of life. Embracing and exploring the lived experience of the black diaspora and descendants of American slavery through conversation is our foundation. Our mission is to create space for all people of color, documented, celebrated, and shared.
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*Bi-monthly episodes will resume early 2024* Welcome to the Italian Renaissance Podcast, where we discuss the culture and art of fifteenth and sixteenth century Italy. This podcast aims not only to provide a general overview of historical themes of the Renaissance, but also to dive deeply into my interpretation of how we understand the period today through analysis of key figures, moments, texts, but most importantly, the art. I intend this podcast to be both a useful study guide for student ...
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Voices Of Boyle

Carlo Cretaro | Florence Cretaro

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Finally, after years of talking about bringing a podcast to Boyle, we’re live! This podcast is our way of documenting stories about Boyle and its people.So what motivated us to take this big leap into the unknown (it’s our first time recording audio and doing interviews!)? We were lucky enough to spend 7+ years travelling and, like the majority of people that live abroad, we came back to Boyle with a greater appreciation for our hometown, its people and its history.We love the idea of creati ...
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Welcome to the Kick Sugar Coach Podcast! Everyone knows alcohol, drugs, and cigarettes can be addictive, but sugar? Oh yes, sugar! It flies under the radar, but it should not. Sugar is not only addictive it is also linked to modern chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, depression, cancer, high blood pressure, heart disease and more. Reducing or eliminating our consumption of refined carbohydrates is not easy. Our podcast is here to arm you with the information and inspiration you need ...
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The clinical research industry is changing at a rapid pace, and with good reason. Considering the gaps and issues exposed by the COVID-19 crisis, successful sites, sponsors and CROs recognize that it’s time for The Next Phase with a move toward a new, nimbler era of clinical research. Hosted by the remote site monitoring experts from Florence Healthcare, this podcast explores the new tools and practices that will better allow us to advance human health today and beyond.
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Welcome to Kimberly's Italy, a travel podcast focused on all things Italian. My love affair with Italy started with a move to Milan many years ago, and the enriching experience became part of my DNA. Our episodes highlight some of our own travels and the comical lessons we learned along the way. You can be the beneficiary of invaluable travel tips, and at the same time enjoy a few laughs. We share our passion of the Italian cuisine, history, art, architecture, and the welcoming nature of the ...
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Weekly Sermons. Gospel Temple Worship Center is a thriving church with a great vision for Florence, SC and beyond. Whether you are young or old, single or married, there is a place for you in our church family. Look around to find out more about us! God bless!
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Join Chef Tyler Florence as he dives into his Test Kitchen, where he and his team challenge what we already know in the culinary world. Each episode will feature fellow chefs, artisanal food producers, or other culinary experts as Tyler chats about current trends and answers caller questions. Tune in to learn what's going on this week in the Test Kitchen.
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All Killa No Filla

Kiri Pritchard - McLean

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Join comedians Rachel Fairburn and Kiri Pritchard - McLean as they explore a shared passion, serial killers. Each episode the pair will talk all things murder and macabre and have a right laugh doing it.
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You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart

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You Are Not So Smart is a show about psychology that celebrates science and self delusion. In each episode, we explore what we've learned so far about reasoning, biases, judgments, and decision-making.
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I talk about everything from sports, politics, and etc Cover art photo provided by Jenni Jones on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@jjennijones Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skye-florence/support
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This is a volume of poems by Florence Earle Coates. The poems in this volume describe the Zeitgeist perfectly - not only are they in style in many ways representative for American poetry around the turn of the last century, but moreover, many of the poems are discussing the current events of the time. This volume contains poems on the Cuban War of Independence, the coronation of Edward VII of England, and poems to several politically and culturally prominent persons of the time. - Summary by ...
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Podcrushed

Penn Badgley, Nava Kavelin, Sophie Ansari

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Podcrushed — the podcast where Penn Badgley reads your middle school story -- explores the heartbreak, anxiety and self-discovery of being a teenager. Hosts Penn Badgley, Nava Kavelin, and Sophie Ansari bring you stories and conversations about middle school - from childhood crushes, to battles with body hair, to schoolyard scuffles. The results are sometimes awkward, sometimes heartwarming, and always relatable. Sales and Distribution by Lemonada Media https://lemonadamedia.com/
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History For Weirdos

Andrew & Stephanie

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A deep dive into the strange obscure and relentlessly entertaining portions of human history. Married couple and armchair historians, Stephanie & Andrew, discuss the often overlooked parts of humanity. Whether the subject is an obscure event that has confused historians for centuries or a historical figure that does not get enough credit, your hosts have you covered. New episodes available every Monday.
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Florence Nightingale was a nurse, social reformer, and statistician who revolutionized healthcare in the 19th century. Born into a privileged British family, Nightingale defied societal expectations to pursue nursing education in Germany and France. Her pivotal moment came during the Crimean War when she transformed military hospitals through impro…
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Prepare to unravel the mysteries of sugar's impact on our health with none other than Dr. Richard Johnson, a leading expert who's spent a quarter-century at the frontier of metabolic research. In our riveting conversation, Dr. Johnson exposes how sugar, particularly fructose, is not just a sweet treat but a key player in the development of metaboli…
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Alvin & Fran from Affirmative Murder Podcast join us today to tell us about the execution of Hamida Djandoubi. On September 10th, 1977, Djandoubi's execution sentence was carried out by Guillotine, and marked the last time it was used for capital punishment in the western world. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy…
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In 1974, two psychologists, Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, as the New Yorker once put it, "changed the way we think about the way we think." The prevailing wisdom, before their landmark research went viral (in the way things went viral in the 1970s), was that human beings were, for the most part, rational optimizers always making the kinds of ju…
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As we navigate the intricate journey of childbirth, there is a balance between a mother's autonomy and stringent clinical guidelines. Step into the world of Personalised Care in maternity services, where my discussion sheds light on the emotional complexities of honouring the unique birth plans of expectant mothers. This episode is a clarion call f…
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In today's episode Chas and David identify the precise moment when being a good dad goes too far, weep at the loss of one of surf cultures most important institution, explain why surfing is now easier than ever, laugh at the first "Dick In The Wild", and implore you to avoid hustling at all costs. Plus Barrel or Nah?! Enjoy! Learn more about your a…
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In today's episode Scott receives private insights from Gerry Lopez about the very first board he ever shaped while David makes a case for doodles and against traction pads, then they boys get bamboozled by Filipe, smitten by Hazza, and boldly claim which surfer has had the single best surf year of any surfer who has ever surfed. Enjoy! Learn more …
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Weirdos! Get cozy and get ready to listen to our 83rd batch of Listener Tales! They're brought to you BY you, FOR you, FROM you, and ALL ABOUT YOU! In this episode we have a family of witchy women, get visits from spirits of four-legged family who passed over the rainbow bridge, abandon a morally tainted valentine birthday cake, and get AGGRESSIVEL…
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Located in the Pinacoteca of the Vatican Museums, Caravaggio’s “Deposition” was thought by many of his contemporaries to be the painter’s greatest work. The dramatic representation of very real-looking biblical characters handling the dead body of Christ in a shallow, tenebrously-lit foreground space makes for a very moving visual narrative.…
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We have more travel news and updates for 2024 and we also want to share some cautionary advice regarding the misinformation which is rampant online. There are thousands of self-proclaimed Italian Travel Experts and Influencers out there who are not as knowledgeable as they try to appear, yet they do look good in a bathing suit! There are new rules …
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In this riveting episode of "History For Weirdos," we strap on our sandals and march back in time to the sun-baked lands of ancient Kush, where the indomitable Queen (Kandake) Amanirenas dared to stare down the eagle banners of Rome. With her one good eye, she saw through the imperial ambitions of Augustus and led her people in a bold campaign that…
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On the morning of October 12, 1944, Lulu Atwood arrived at the El Palacio Apartments in West Hollywood, where she worked cleaning apartments for wealthy and celebrity clients. When Lulu reached the apartment of twenty-year-old Georgette Bauerdorf, she called out and when she got no reply, she entered the apartment to begin her work. Inside, Lulu co…
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Have you ever found solace in the sweetness of sugar, only to discover it's a double-edged sword that cuts deep into the fabric of emotional well-being? Karly Pitman joins us today — whose journey through eating disorders and deep dive into neuroscience and attachment theory sheds light on our complex relationship with food. Throughout our revealin…
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How do we cope when all of a sudden life throughs us a curveball that no one saw coming, and it stirs up all of our trauma? What happens when there is, therefore, no way to avoid our triggers? Join me for part one of a conversation that is as encouraging and affirming as it is vulnerable and real. It's the kind that gets you thinking about how you …
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In today’s show Scott recounts his Internet-breaking barrel ride before the boys postulate that 2024 is the season where the Women’s CT eclipses the Men’s, ponder what happened to the Brazilian Storm, fawn over the latest, greatest mini-surf history documentaries, and bow down to Sunset’s majesty. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podc…
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The Baptist Temple Hour is a ministry of our local church, Florence Baptist Temple. Today's sermon, by Pastor Bill Monroe, was recorded on 01.28.24. You can join us live on our FBTLive YouTube channel Sunday at 10:30 and 6 or Wednesday at 7. Speaker: Pastor Bill Monroe Sermon Title: The Stewardship Nutshell #fbt #billmonroe #florencebaptisttemple #…
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The Baptist Temple Hour is a ministry of our local church, Florence Baptist Temple. Today's sermon, by Pastor Bill Monroe, was recorded on 01.21.23. You can join us live on our FBTLive YouTube channel Sunday at 10:30 and 6 or Wednesday at 7. Speaker: Pastor Bill Monroe Sermon Title: True Worship #fbt #billmonroe #florencebaptisttemple #church #free…
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The Baptist Temple Hour is a ministry of our local church, Florence Baptist Temple. Today's sermon, by Pastor Bill Monroe, was recorded on 01.14.24. You can join us live on our FBTLive YouTube channel Sunday at 10:30 and 6 or Wednesday at 7. Speaker: Pastor Bill Monroe Sermon Title: The Value of a Soul #fbt #billmonroe #florencebaptisttemple #churc…
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On the evening of October 6, 1898, forty-eight-year-old George Saxton, brother of First Lady Ida McKinley, was riding his bike to the home of his lady friend Eva Althouse when an assailant dressed in black emerged from the shadows and fired two shots. Wounded, George crawled towards Eva’s house and had just reached the front steps when the shooter …
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Plongée inédite dans une guerre terrible et oubliée. Depuis deux ans, la milice du M23 est repartie à l’offensive dans l'Est de la République Démocratique du Congo. Ce groupe armé contrôle une partie de la région du Nord-Kivu, massacre et expulse les civils et livre une guerre sans merci aux autorités.Pour la première fois, une équipe de journalist…
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Goma, à l'est de la république démocratique du Congo est à nouveau menacée par la guerre. Depuis le début du mois, le mouvement du M23 soutenu par le Rwanda se rapproche de la capitale régionale du nord Kivu où plusieurs centaines de milliers de déplacés ont trouvé refuge. La situation humanitaire y est de plus en plus préoccupante. Les affrontemen…
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Commissioned in 1601 for a chapel in the Roman church of Santa Maria della Scala, Caravaggio’s “Death of the Virgin” was rejected by the Carmelite friars of the church. While some believe it was because of the stark and indecorous representation of the dead Virgin Mary, one of Caravaggio’s biographers suggests instead it was because Caravaggio used…
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It's a heart warming episode of Soft for Us! We get into our childhood hopes and dreams, get raging mad at each other over song recommendations, and explain what we do to men who've wronged us. We also taste test water. Yes, water. Submit your questions, comments and/or concerns Out of the Box. Produced by Harbour Podcast Studios Music by Nick Hobd…
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This episode dishes out some travel news, updates and new rules implemented for 2024. Italy is trying to deal with the volume of tourists while maintaining it’s standing as the 4th most popular European country to visit. Venice has been faced with the possibility of being on Unesco’s World Heritage Danger list, so they finally implemented a 5 € ent…
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Join me in conversation in two parts with Esme Garlake, an ecocritical art historian and climate activist who centers her research on the interaction between the artist and the natural world. We are talking about two artists who were trained under Raphael, Giulio Romano and Giovanni da Udine. How do animals manifest in their works, and what does it…
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Join comedians Rachel Fairburn and Kiri Pritchard-McLean as they explore a shared passion, serial killers. Each episode the pair will talk all things murder and macabre and have a right laugh doing it. It's the final part of our Unabomber special, and it's Rachel's least favourite topic - men and their opinions. This episode explores Ted Kaczynski'…
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**Our Patreon is now live🎉 Click here to sign up! The first 25 Super and Ultimate Weirdos get a free gift so make sure you do it ASAP** - In this special two-part episode of "History For Weirdos," join your favorite armchair historians, Stephanie and Andrew, as we mush into the heart of the frozen Alaskan wilderness to uncover the tale of Balto, th…
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(Part 3) In the spring of 2005, law enforcement officials in southern Louisiana had a growing number of murder victims they had begun to suspect were connected to an unidentified serial killer operating in the area. The victims were all men, mostly in their twenties and thirties, many had histories of drug and alcohol abuse or were known to police …
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Unlock the hidden truths about sugar's role in cancer as we sit down with chemist Dr. Lewis Cantley, whose work on the PI3K enzyme has revolutionized our understanding of this sweet substance's dark side. Picture a world where sugar isn't just a harmless treat but a trigger for one of today's leading health adversaries. This episode takes you on a …
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Jeremy Utley, Kian Gohar, and Henrik Werdelin sit down to discuss the surprising results of a new study into what happens when groups of people work together to brainstorm solutions to problems with the help of ChatGPT. Based on their research, Utley and Gohar created a new paradigm for getting the most out of AI-assisted ideation which they call F…
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Ep 38--- Welcome to the Voices of Boyle. In this episode, Clive Roe shares intriguing historical insights about the Church of Ireland and the fascinating restoration of its over 150-year-old organ. Discover the rich history of Boyle, from ancient graveyards to royal connections. Join us as Clive delves into family legacies, myst…
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In today’s show Chas and David are divided over the Filipe’s debacle, only to be reunited by DJ Seaweed’s high art, a tale of surfing’s original Buddha, and then they offer grave warnings to never let your baby’s photo be taken on the beach at Pipe. Plus Barrel or Nah?! Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Discover the hormone oxytocin and its role in the birthing process in the latest ObsPod episode. We unravel the dual nature of this potent hormone, once an unquestioned staple in Active Management of Labour. Listen as we share an engaging conversation about its physiological impacts, the delicate balancing act required for its use in inducing labor…
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