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Join Annika and Luciano (Giovani) weekly as they catch each other up on their favourite watches, reads and listens from throughout the past week. Expect two nice goobers who are in love having a relaxed chat.
 
Murder and the paranormal finally meet! Grab your wine and milkshakes and join us every Sunday for some chilling ghost stories and downright terrifying true crime stories. The world's a scary place. And that's why we drink!
 
This podcast is a simple and convenient way to share the videos from Come, Follow Me on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. It features the videos for the monthly gospel topic youth are studying in Aaronic Priesthood, Young Women, and Sunday School.
 
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Improving my English speaking skill
 
Ogni mese una nuova puntata del Giornale Radio prodotto dai giorvani redattori della Tg Veneziaedizioni. Raccontare Venezia sotto il profilo giovanile: questa la nostra missione!
 
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The Football Ramble are proud to bring you On The Continent, a comprehensive look at the biggest headlines from European football every Wednesday. Co-hosts Marcus Speller and Luke Moore are joined by punditry heavyweights James Horncastle and Andy Brassell every week to dissect the big stories from the continent with more than a little knowledge and humour. Expect chat from all the big European leagues, including La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue Un, as well as a few tales from off the ...
 
Illuminating 60-second flights through the world of classical music with host and longtime NPR commentator Miles Hoffman. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
 
Cincinnati Enquirer Bengals beat writer Tyler Dragon, sports personality Lindsay Patterson, and others offer insights, analysis and everything you need to feed your Bengals' fandom.
 
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Unisce i podcast di pigipisa.it e di pigipisa.it/rio2013 così da inviare ad iTunes con l'indirizzo feedburner "pigipisa_podcast" tutti i podcast dei vari siti
 
Worldwide devotionals for young adults ages 18-30. Broadcast over the Church satellite system.
 
“Stand ye in holy places, and be not moved, until the day of the Lord come, for behold, it cometh quickly, saith the Lord. Amen.” - Doctrine and Covenants 87:8
 
CinciNatter is Bengals UK's podcast, discussing everything Cincinnati Bengals-related. Hosted by Paul Hirons and Nathan Palmer, it features regular guests as well as other Bengals fans across the UK. Bengals UK is the unofficial fan group for Cincinnati Bengals fans in the United Kingdom. The views and opinions expressed in this blog do not reflect those of The Cincinnati Bengals organisation.
 
RotoViz Radio is a weekly podcast dedicated to fantasy football, the NFL, football stats, and dynasty football.
 
Nunzio Ciccone Bros.Claudio Ciccone,Alessia Ciccone are "The Ciccone Bros."Artistically born in 1992 in "Scampia Naples" with the name ofFlowers Of Evil ( FDM ) .Baptized artistically by Rita Pavone and Teddy Reno in July 1992 ,becoming one of the winners of the United Rock for Europe ( URE ) Ariccia selection of National Artists Rock Band in conjunction with the " Festa Degli Sconosciuti " interviewed on Radio 1 Rai of Dodi Moscati ( Ciao 2001 / Qui Giovani ) . " Flowers "FDM ( Flowers of E ...
 
The Best of Techno and Tech House Music
 
Vuvuzela is a Soccer Talk Show straight out of Philadelphia PA with hosts Eric Nash, Brian Kammersgaard, Bob Long, and Thorne Holder. We are LIVE on 610AM SPORTS WTEL-ESPN, Sundays from 3-5pm eastern. We are all about the wonderful world of soccer or football/futbol, as it is called everywhere else in the world. Whether it be talking about the latest EPL moves, or the most exciting export in the Bundesliga, and what is happening with our brothers at the Philadelphia Union, Vuvuzela will brin ...
 
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One of the reasons Mozart’s operas seem so profound to us is because they’re so true to life, and perhaps especially true to life’s complexities and contradictions. Take the character of Don Giovanni. He’s introduced to us having committed a sexual assault, which he follows by killing someone. But Mozart doesn’t make him a cartoon villain, and ...…
 
Join Cincinnati Bengals beat writer Tyler Dragon, reporter John Fay, and sports personality Lindsay Patterson as the preview the 2019 NFL season and make their predictions for the Bengals' record. The crew also breaks down the Giovani Bernard extension and what it means for the new offense going forward. PFF lead editor Austin Gayle joins the p ...…
 
We're asking the hard hitting questions this week: which came first the Pukwudgie or the hauntings? Em follows up on their Bridgewater Triangle story with a deep dive into the history of the Pukwudgie. Then Christine covers the horrifying 2017 abduction of Elizabeth Thomas. We're also considering re-taking our SATs - what do you think we'll get ...…
 
Every musician will tell you that there are some musicians who just seem to have better ears than others do. We’re really talking about the brain, rather than the actual organ of hearing, but in any case from the same sounds others hear, some people are able to extract more information, and they’re able both to process and to store that informa ...…
 
Bengals beat writer Tyler Dragon, sports personality Lindsay Patterson and photographer Kareem Elgazzar look ahead to the team’s Week 2 home opener against the San Francisco 49ers, and offer their score predictions. San Jose Mercury News 49ers beat writer Cam Inman joins the show.By Cincinnati Enquirer.
 
Tyler Dragon and Lindsay Patterson recap the one-point loss to Seattle and what we learned about the Bengals. Is this the first game of a new John Ross? Andy Dalton had a career day and the defensive line showed strong on the road. Lastly, there's a BBP extra weekly segment with PFF lead editor Austin Gayle and we talk injuries with Pro Footbal ...…
 
The tools and techniques of conducting have changed a great deal over the centuries. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance, the people who led musical performances, especially vocal performances, usually simply waved their hands in the air to indicate the shape and speed of melodies – although sometimes they also held a long wooden staff in one ha ...…
 
One of the common dangers of studying composers’ lives is finding out that some of the people whose music we love and admire turn out to have been very unadmirable human beings. Exhibit A in this category is usually Richard Wagner, an egomaniac and anti-semite, among other things, but a man who wrote lots of exquisitely beautiful music. What ar ...…
 
Paul and Nathan discuss the narrow defeat to the Seahawks in week one of the 2019 NFL season.Closing song: Otis Redding 'Love Man'By Paul Hirons.
 
Here’s a question: Should we really care about the personal lives of the composers we admire? When we don’t know anything about their lives, we certainly don’t care. How many of us know a great deal about Monteverdi, or Palestrina? Or even Bach, or Beethoven? What we care about is the music. But still, we’re curious, especially about composers ...…
 
We're back on tour this week! And guess what... we got haunted in New Orleans! Check out our intro to hear the full story of our new teen ghost friend, Michael, and his cartoon preferences. We're also so thrilled to be able to share our Pittsburgh live show with you where Em covers the extremely spooky Hillview Mannor in New Castle, Pennsylvani ...…
 
The Enquirer's Cincinnati Bengals beat writer Tyler Dragon, pro sports reporter John Fay, and sports personality Lindsay Patterson preview NFL Week 1 and whether the Bengals can beat the Seahawks.By Cincinnati Enquirer.
 
Ears can be trained. Which is why every music school in the world offers ear-training courses. I suppose it should go without saying, but for musicians the ability to recognize fine distinctions among sounds is crucial. And what musicians are trained to do is to recognize very specific kinds of information in sounds, to recognize relationships ...…
 
What is it like to be famous before you’re famous? What is it like to walk in the shoes of another person? Each episode of Imagined Life takes you on an immersive journey into the life of a world-famous person. It’ll be someone you may think you know, even admire -- or maybe the opposite. You’ll get clues to your identity along the way. But onl ...…
 
So here’s the famous riddle: Which came first, the chicken... or the violin? Or the piano? Or the valved horn? By the mid-to-late-1500s the members of the modern violin family had been perfected, and by 1600 the Baroque era in music had begun, with an explosion of music for the violin. The piano was invented in 1700 and eventually mass-produced ...…
 
Franz von Suppé could be the poster child for composers who were extremely prolific and very famous in their own time, but who, if they’re now remembered at all, are only remembered for two or three pieces. In Von Suppé’s case, one of those pieces goes like this: Butta yump, butta bump, butta yump, butta bump (etc.). Sound familiar? It’s from t ...…
 
Fiddle is an older word than violin – there were instruments called fiddles long before violins. Violino, which is Italian for “violin,” is the diminutive form of viola , which until the 1700s was the generic term for any bowed string instrument. The word viola itself came from the Old French viole , which came from the Provençal viula , which ...…
 
A bumper season preview of an episode, with position group breakdowns and special guest Geoff Hobson from Bengals.com. Paul and Nathan give their season predictions, and we'll be hearing from nine Bengals fans in the UK who give their season predictions, too.Closing song: Jimmy Young, 'The Man From Laramie'…
 
One of the things I love most about the field of classical music is the way it brings together people from so many different countries. Throughout my career I’ve worked with musicians from the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, the Philippines, Bulgaria, Hungary, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Israel, Swede ...…
 
You say "buffet" and we say "where"! Today we're privy to a "buffet of the unexplained" and we're feeling extra spooky with our stories: Em tackles the Bridgewater Triangle... or better known around the studio as the Bridgewater Rhombus! Then Christine tells the wild tale of the murders of Mary Ashford and Barbara Forrest, two women who were tr ...…
 
Happy September, Boozers and Shakers! We might have gotten distracted by pizza and some old school nonsense videos online but we're here and we're slap-happy! We're also terrified of mirrors... per Christine's request we have a mirror-heavy episode full of some truly scary stories of listeners plagued by horrifying mirrors and mirror specters.. ...…
 
I came across a collection of the letters of Arturo Toscanini recently, and in thē introduction the editor writes, “A whole psychology textbook could be written about Toscanini and anger.” Well all I can say is that if there had been such a book, Toscanini should have read it. He may have been a great conductor, but he was also an ill-tempered ...…
 
Anybody who’s been around the music business for any length of time has met performers who are – how can I put this gently – legends in their own minds. Where the ego is large enough, the performer tends to think that the main reason a particular Beethoven sonata, or Tchaikovsky symphony, or Puccini opera is worth hearing is the brilliance of t ...…
 
The image of the starving artist may be a romantic one, but it turns out that poverty has not always been a necessary condition for writing great music. Sometimes, in fact, great music has gone along with great wealth. Felix Mendelssohn, for one, came from a very wealthy family, and during his lifetime Johannes Brahms made more money than he co ...…
 
Enquirer sports reporters Tyler Dragon and John Fay, personality Lindsay Patterson and producer Kareem Elgazzar discuss how the team’s 53-man roster is shaping up as the preseason winds down and the fallout from Andrew Luck’s surprise retirement from the NFL.By Cincinnati Enquirer.
 
Turning pages for pianists is a pretty thankless job—the page turner is usually only noticed when he or she messes up. But for pianists who depend on page turners—and at some point most pianists do, at least those who haven’t switched over to electronic tablets—good, dependable, unobtrusive page turners are worth their weight in gold. They free ...…
 
Have you ever wondered why pianists need page turners? They’re not, after all, the only ones who use both hands to play their instruments. The answer is that piano music goes by too fast: you can only fit half as much music on one page of piano music as you can on one page of music for a non-keyboard instrument. And that’s for the simple reason ...…
 
Enter the Play-Doh aisle at your own risk this week, folks. Em's taking us on a wild ride through the stories of the unrequited ghosts who lived in a haunted Toys-R-Us in San Jose (with a bonus, equally haunted Toys-R-Us in Eugene, Oregon). Then Christine brings us to Oakland to cover the tragic and mysterious disappearance of Kristen Modafferi ...…
 
I always enjoy telling the story of how the piano got its name. Piano means “soft,” in Italian, and it seems a little strange that an instrument that can weigh almost a thousand pounds and compete in volume with a symphony orchestra should be called a “soft.” Well we have to start with the piano’s predecessor, the harpsichord, or gravicembalo, ...…
 
Cincinnati Bengals beat writer Tyler Dragon and sports personality Lindsay Patters have a lot to discuss this week. The pair dive into what we'll be looking for in preseason game number 3 vs. the New York Giants. Segments include: Which players to watch on the offensive line and what Christian Westerman's return means to the team, and how fierc ...…
 
It was George Bernard Shaw who famously wrote, “Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach.” What Shaw forgot is that teaching is doing. And if you’re looking for a group of people whose unlimited dedication is matched only by their extraordinary skills, I suggest you look no farther than public school music teachers. To me, these teachers are h ...…
 
Different people listen to music in different ways and for different reasons. And the same people listen to music in different ways and for different reasons, depending on when they’re listening. Some people have music on in their homes during meals, some while they’re relaxing, some in the background while they’re working, and some all the tim ...…
 
These days, with convenient hindsight we take it for granted that good music lasts, that pieces that are well known now will remain well known for years -- perhaps even for centuries to come. But I often wonder what was in the minds of the great composers of centuries past whose music we still love. Composers such as Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven ...…
 
That snippet of Bach that you always hear at the beginning of A Minute with Miles is played by violinist Joanna Maurer. Joanna plays in the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and for almost twenty years she’s been my colleague in the American Chamber Players. She’s a remarkable musician, and for all these years I’ve been inspired both by her beautif ...…
 
WRL has sold out this week with their new uber sponsors. Will we ever forgive them? This week the crew tackle such subjects as: Where was Team Rocket? Will Warner Bros sue? And why is Annika Smethurst? All that plus giant waffles, Tattoos in Japan and Wet & Wild Water World people. P.s. we bumped the microphone a fair bit because we’re unprofes ...…
 
Pardon us, we need a quick turkey intermission... Juniper will fill in for us while we're gone. This week we're leaving the U.S. to cover the hauntings of the entirely too old Dover Castle and a compilation of Austrian murders including Hugo Schenk the Viennese Housemaids Killer, Max Gufler the Austrian Bluebeard, and Oswald Sibrol who just doe ...…
 
Hold on to your Bermuda shorts and khaki hot pants because we've got some doozies for you this week. Em shakes the dust off their Detroit notes and covers the extremely fucked up Eloise Asylum. Meanwhile Christine's bringing awareness to a cold case we don't think has nearly enough attention: the Boston murder of Swedish Au-pair Karina Holmer. ...…
 
The rumours are true — On The Continent is now part of the roster on Football Ramble Daily! New episodes of OTC will now be released via Football Ramble Daily's feed on Thursdays, so we can cover all the action in a Champions League week. If you haven't already, subscribe to Football Ramble Daily in your podcast app so you don't miss anything. ...…
 
Don't mind us, we're just shaving Juniper and putting him on a dragon... Join us on an epic journey to learn all about the Austrian cryptid, the Tatzelwurm, just in time for Christine's Austrian wedding! We also cover the tragic murder of Tara Grant and a murderer so dumb his childhood friends predicted his fate. We're also pretty convinced a s ...…
 
The Cincinnati Bengals opened training camp at Welcome Stadium in Dayton and A.J. Green suffered an ankle injury. Beat reporter Tyler Dragon, visual journalist Kareem Elgazzar and local sports personality Lindsay Patterson discuss Green's injury recovery process and where the team goes forward heading into preseason games.…
 
Speaking of fractions and astrology... happy August! We've got some wild, wild listener stories this month with a theme straight from Christine's wild west demands: Cowboys! Tune in for everything from ghostly spurs to a comforting cowboy hand during a violent mozzarella stick vomiting incident... and that's why we drink! Please consider suppor ...…
 
Special guest: Giovani BernardClosing song: JD McPherson 'Lucky Penny'By Paul Hirons.
 
Happy National Ravioli Day! We're talking Brazilian aliens and murderous mommy blogs today. Come take a deep dive with Em into the intricate and, quite frankly, bananas, Varginha UFO incident of Brazil. Christine also brings us an incredibly wild true crime story straight from brunch: the murder of Kirsten Costas. We also learn Em is ready to g ...…
 
Cincinnati Enquirer beat writer Tyler Dragon, Lindsay Patterson and Enquirer photographer Kareem Elgazzar delve into the latest news from the Cincinnati Bengals as training camp opens this week.By Cincinnati Enquirer.
 
Velkommen to a brand new episode of On The Continent. This week, Marcus and James are joined by Norway’s finest: Lars Sivertsen! Lars talks about Norwegian wonder kid Martin Ødegaard’s move to Real Sociedad after an impressive season on loan at Vitesse Arnhem. We also squeeze in some chat about another Norwegian youngster showing great potentia ...…
 
It's flap o' clock somewhere in the universe! Join us for Flappy Hour this week as Em and Christine chat Braxy the Flatwoods Monster of West Virginia (not to be mistaken for the western part of Virginia). Then we take a hard left turn into the extremely traumatizing case of the murders of Shari Faye Smith and Debra May Helmick in South Carolina ...…
 
Welcome, one and all, to On The Continent—it’s a pleasure to have you with us. We begin with Barcelona and Atlético Madrid, whose scrap over the Antoine Griezmann transfer continues. There has also been a chock-load of transfer activity in Turin and James talks us through the reasons behind Juventus’ effective transfer strategy. He also sings t ...…
 
It’s part two of ATM’s Scandinavian sojourn, as we cross the border into northern Sweden to see minnows-turned-Allsvenskan fixtures Östersunds take on Norrköping on a sunny but fresh Sunday afternoon. After the home side’s Leicester-born boss Ian Burchnall addresses the Jämtkraft Arena public, we speak to Jamie Hopcutt about his journey from te ...…
 
ATM reaches its most northern point yet on the map in part one of a Scandinavian special, as Norwegian champions Rosenborg get into the most intense part of their season. Andy catches up with Adresseavisen sports editor Charlotte Sundberg to hear about the team trying to recover from a tough start, Nicklas Bendtner’s disappearance from view and ...…
 
Listen, we know a thing or two about chalk, salt and the date of the Civil War. This week Em's hitting us with knowledge on the most haunted house in Mississippi, the McRaven House. And Christine lays out the unbelievable story of incredibly terrible medical student, Michael Swango. We also learn it's not a good idea to mess with the chrysanthe ...…
 
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