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A sunken raft of weeds woven into a verdant morass of sound, song and story. Broadcast on London's Resonance FM every Thursday, Into the Moss is a 14 minute drift through original music, soundscapes and liminal yarns.
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Welcome to ThinkAdvisor’s ThinkLeader podcast, where we talk with leading financial insiders who provide in-depth insights on the inner workings of the financial advisory world. We kick off these ThinkLeader podcasts with a six-part series called, The Strategy Inside Investing Strategies. We'll dig into the world of investing and get our hands dirty with market strategists, portfolio managers and financial advisors.
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I'm Spark The Genius. I’ve built billion dollar brands as a copywriter, written screenplays, acted in commercials, run for office, won stand-up comedy contests. I interview interesting people to spark the genius within you. See my social links in the bio at http://amazon.com/shop/sparkthegenius (and please click there before shopping on Amazon)
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Being a father in a blended family comes with many unique circumstances and challenges. Most of which are rarely discussed or non-obvious. Every week our host, James, will explore many of these circumstances from the typical father perspective. If you want to learn more about being a father, hear some funny and relatable stories, or just need some guidance as you navigate blended fatherhood come take a listen.
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Locked On NBA Big Board - NBA Draft Podcast

Rafael Barlowe, leif thulin, Richard Stayman, Locked On Podcast Network

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Locked On NBA Big Board is your daily deep dive into the exciting world of NBA draft prospects, player rankings and scouting reports. Hosted by NBA Draft Analyst Rafael Barlowe from NBA Draft Junkies, and author of the NBA Big Board newsletter, and joined by Richard Stayman, Sam Ferris, and Leif Thulin, Locked On NBA Big Board will break down the NBA Draft and give NBA fans a deep look as they review top prospects and uncover hidden gems. With great guests, mock drafts, expert insights, and ...
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Downloaded and listened to all over the world, every fortnight James Minas hosts and takes us through the best and freshest trance and progressive music. Due to James' eclectic taste, you can be sure that there'll be something for every EDM fan in every episode. The first episode of each month is also aired on Afterhours FM, one of the leading trance & progressive online radio stations in the world.
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Your Dream Gym

The Collective

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We chat to Fitness Industry founders and luminaries about their dream gym. Find out about their exercise goals, what kind of workouts they like, and what their dream gym set-up would be... what kind of kit is there, what's the vibe, what kind of classes, staff and members, and how they're all maximising motivation. The Collective is a network of fitness industry professionals who get together to share, collaborate and grow.
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Retro Movie Roundtable

Russell Guest, Bryan Frye, Chad Robinson, Dustin Melbardis, Lizzy Haynes

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Join the Retro Movie Roundtable. They rewatch classic movies spanning a vast array of genres from a decade ago and beyond then break them down. If you love movies, you will love these guys. Do these movies hold up? Find out on the Retro Movie Roundtable. Retro, Retro Movies, Classic Movies, Vintage Movies, Movie Podcast, Movie Reviews, Movie Talk, Movie Analysis, Great Movies, Movie Lovers, Movie Fans, Old Movies, Movie Fanatics, Movie History, Movie Appreciation, Memorable Movies, Notable M ...
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Hong Kong's urban transit show, as heard on RTHK AM621, with hard talk on sustainable transport, future mobility, zero carbon and urban planning for safe, liveable streets. Wham Bam Tram returns to RTHK's airwaves in October 2021 - but to keep our regular fans happy we're running the show as an indie podcast from July to September! Hosted by Transit Jam founder James Ockenden and recorded in Hong Kong.
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San Diego has grown into one of the largest biotechnology hubs in the United States with some very talented people doing very exciting things. Come along with me as I explore the world of biotech, meet some interesting people, and maybe even learn a thing or two. Oh wait… did I mention there will be beer?
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Art Movez_

Toni Williams

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Art Movez, is a new media experiment with Toni Williams and Eli Kuslansky who interview art luminaries, cultural leaders, community advocates, performers, and more. We explore trends, original ideas, and new practices in the arts with an eye toward innovation, art in the economy, art as a social practice, and art and social justice with the interwoven value of equity and inclusion. Check out our website for more information at www.linktr.ee/artmovez Support this podcast: https://podcasters.s ...
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2 xennial best friends reminisce about the greatest decade in their lives, the 1980s. Join Jay and Tony as they jump back in their Delorean to travel back to a much simpler time in their lives. In each episode, Jay and Tony will “Choose Your Adventure” on a 1980s topic that had a large influence on their early lives and still has a lasting impact today; nearly forty years later. Journey back to initial “Virgin Stories” as the two friends share stories of their favorite toys, movies, and tv s ...
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John Brown Today is a podcast devoted to historical and contemporary themes relating to the abolitionist John Brown (1800-59), the controversial antislavery and antiracist freedom fighter. John Brown Today is hosted by Louis A. DeCaro Jr., a Brown biographer and researcher, the most prolific author on the John Brown theme since the abolitionist's death in 1859. John Brown Today engages a range of themes from history and biography to popular culture and other contemporary themes.
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Lord Byron died 200 years ago on Friday. Lady Caroline Lamb described him as 'mad, bad and dangerous to know'. Fiona Stafford has edited Byron's Travels, a new selection of his poems, letters and journals. He was only 36 when he died, but had written seven volumes of verse, thirteen volumes of journal and thousands of letters. The poet A. E. Stalli…
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In Part II of the 2024 Nike Hoop Summit breakdown, Rafael and James Barlowe share their thoughts on the top performances from Team USA's 95-78 victory over the World Team. They begin by discussing Asa Newell's impressive display, highlighting his 17 points and 10 rebounds, showcasing how he outshined highly touted prospects Khaman Maluach and Ulric…
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Welcome to the Locked On NBA Big Board podcast! In part one of our series on the 2024 Nike Hoop Summit, Rafael and James Barlowe delve into the standout performances from the World Team. Despite high expectations, the World Team fell short, succumbing to a 23-point loss to Team USA, largely due to their lack of depth. Nolan Traore emerged as a brig…
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British director Jeymes Samuel discusses his new film The Book of Clarence, a Biblical comedy about a down-on-his-luck young man who tries to escape from a debt by pretending to be a messiah like Christ. Sonali Bhattacharyya on her new play Liberation Square, which just opened at the Nottingham Playhouse and explores the lives of three young Muslim…
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On episode 116 we relive our recent parties with Future Sound of Egypt in London. First up we have Ferry Tayle's set from the daytime event followed by Daniel Skyver from the After Party. In between listen out for our Tune of the Month, Artist Spotlight and host Alan Banks' big 3. Ferry Tayle live from Trance Sanctuary presents FSOE Tracklist 1. Da…
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Join hosts Rafael and James Barlowe on the latest episode of Locked On NBA Big Board as they dive into the intriguing story of Dink Pate's quest to challenge the NBA's early entrant rule for the 2024 draft. James kicks things off by passionately advocating for Pate's top 10 pick potential, highlighting the young prodigy's unique blend of skills and…
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Back to Black is the Amy Winehouse biopic out this week and directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. James is Percival Everett’s retelling of Mark Twain’s 1884 novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, narrated by the enslaved Jim.The Wallace collection spotlights Ranjit Singh, the Maharaja of the Sikh Empire and the treasure trove of weapons that kept him in p…
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Anna May Wong was an international star who appeared in some of Hollywood’s biggest movies in a career that spanned from the silent films of the 1920s, through the advent of talkies in the 30s, to television in the 1950s, despite all the obstacles in her path. A new biography, Not Your China Doll, examines how against all the odds Anna May Wong fou…
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Nathan Hill talks about his new novel Wellness, the follow-up to his acclaimed debut The Nix. Maggie Rogers, the singer-songwriter whose career was launched by a student performance for Pharrell Williams that went viral, talks about her latest album Don't Forget Me. Romesh Gunasekera discusses the novels on the International Booker Prize Shortlist,…
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RMR 0258: Special Guest, Luke Ferris, joins your hosts Bryan Frye and Russell Guest for the Retro Movie Roundtable as they revisit It Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) [PG-13] Genre: Comedy Starring: Matthew Broderick, Alan Ruck, Mia Sara, Jeffrey Jones, Jennifer Grey, Cindy Pickett, Lyman Ward, Edie McClurg, Charlie Sheen, Ben Stein Director: John H…
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Locked On NBA Big Board host Rafael Barlowe breaks down the 2024 national title game, where UConn's dominance shines despite Zach Edey's 37-point effort for Purdue. Tristan Newton leads the charge with 20 points and 7 assists, showcasing his versatile game and NBA draft potential. Cam Spencer and Donovan Clingan impress with their defensive contrib…
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Artist Yinka Shonibare talks about his new exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery, which explores the legacy of Imperialism. Guitarist Sean Shibe performs early Scottish lute music and previews a new classical guitar concerto live in the Front Row studio. And film experts Stephen McConnachie and Inés Toharia explain how fast changing technology and d…
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In this episode of the Locked On NBA Big Board podcast, hosts Rafael Barlowe and Leif Thulin dive deep into the clash of titans between Donovan Clingan and Zach Edey, the standout forces of the NCAA tournament. Clingan's imposing defensive dominance has made him a force to be reckoned with in the paint, while Edey has showcased an unstoppable scori…
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In the latest episode of NBA Big Board, hosted by Rafael Barlowe, we delve into the exciting developments surrounding Bronny James. The son of NBA legend LeBron James has declared for the NBA Draft and simultaneously entered the college basketball transfer portal. After a season at USC, where Bronny averaged 4.8 points and 2.1 assists, he's poised …
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Beyonce’s new album Cowboy Carter - Netflix drama Ripley starring Andrew Scott - Io Capitano, the Oscar-nominated movie about teens in Senegal in search of a better life - all reviewed by film critic Leila Latif and music writer Jasper Murison-Bowie. And novelist and critic John Domini remembers the American novelist (and his former teacher) John B…
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RMR 0257: Special Guest, Dan Cook, joins your hosts Chad Robinson and Lizzy Haynes for the Retro Movie Roundtable as they revisit It Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) [R] Genre: Horror, Mystery, Science Fiction Starring: Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Dan O'Herlihy, Michael Currie, Ralph Strait, Jadeen Barbor, Brad Schacter, Garn Stephens, Nanc…
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In this episode of the NBA Draft podcast, Rafael and James Barlowe delve into the standout performances and disappointing showings from the 2024 McDonald's All American game. Top prospects Derik Queen, Tre Johnson, Dylan Harper, and Ian Jackson caught their eye with stellar play, while the highly-touted Cooper Flagg and Ace Bailey struggled to find…
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Almost 50 years to the day when ABBA's Waterloo triumphed at Eurovision, ABBA specialist Carl Magnus Palm and Millie Taylor, professor of musical theatre, discuss how the song became such an all-conquering hit. A visit to Harewood House to see a new exhibition, Colours Uncovered, which tells the story of this stately home through the prism of colou…
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Actor Dev Patel joins to talk about his directorial debut Monkey Man, a movie inspired by the Indian legend of Hunaman that tells the dark and brutal story of a young man in Mumbai out to avenge the life of his mother. As exam season approaches we ask which books are currently being taught in our schools, and why? We speak to Kit de Waal, whose bre…
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Charlton's dream gym is all about variety, starting outdoors with ALL of the sports fields, pitches, and courts you can think of, an olympic outdoor pool and golf course, and then even more great stuff inside the facility. Staff are multi-faceted... all of them have all the skills needed to run any area of the club, and then specialities too. And o…
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The National Gallery opened its doors on 10th May 1824. The public could view 38 paintings, free. Now there are more than 2,300, including many masterpieces of European art by geniuses such as Rembrandt, Turner and Van Gogh. It is still free. The gallery's director, Gabriele Finaldi, guides Samira Ahmed through the collection. Artists Barbara Walke…
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In this episode of the NBA Big Board Podcast, hosts Rafael and James Barlowe delve into the talented NBA prospects from the dominant UConn Huskies team, favored to make history as they pursue a repeat national championship, a feat not achieved since Florida's back-to-back titles in 2006 and 2007. Despite not ranking among the team's top three score…
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In this episode of the NBA Big Board Podcast, hosts Rafael and James Barlowe explore the talented prospects from Alabama's Final Four team. Despite the Crimson Tide's deep pool of potential NBA talent, the brothers discuss the intriguing possibility that Alabama might not have a player drafted in 2024. Rafael and James offer differing perspectives …
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In this episode of the NBA Big Board Podcast, hosts Rafael and James Barlowe shine the spotlight on Purdue's Zach Edey, as the Boilermakers make their first Final Four run since 1980. The duo delves into Edey's dominant season, which has seamlessly transitioned into an explosive NCAA tournament performance, averaging an impressive 30 points and 16 …
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In this episode of the NBA Big Board Podcast, hosts Rafael and James Barlowe dive into the standout performances of NC State's top prospects who have propelled the 11th seeded team to the Final Four. The spotlight shines brightly on DJ Burns, the throwback back-to-the-basket low post presence, who led the Wolfpack to an upset victory over Duke. Bur…
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Matas Buzelis, a projected lottery pick in the 2024 NBA draft, throws down the gauntlet, challenging ESPN's projected No. 1 pick, Zaccharie Risacher, to a 1-on-1 showdown in a pre-draft workout. Rafael and James Barlowe dissect the nuances of this challenge, exploring Buzelis' confidence, Risacher's delimma, and the intriguing mock draft projection…
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Peaky Blinders' writer Steven Knight's new drama, This Town, is out this week. Author Daniel Rachel and art historian Sarah Gaventa review. We'll also review a landmark exhibition on the Italian designer Enzo Mari which opens at the Design museum, showcasing his infinite calendar, self assembly book cases and beautiful children’s books. We take a l…
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Join hosts Rafael and James Barlowe on the Locked On NBA Big Board podcast as they dive into their insights on the Sweet 16 matchups for Thursday night. From Clemson's PJ Hall to Arizona's Caleb Love, Donovan Clingan facing off against JaeDon LeDee, Mark Sears' phenomenal season, and Terrence Shannon Jr.'s explosive scoring streak, get ready for a …
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Camilla Whitehill on her new Channel 4 sitcom Big Mood, starring Nicola Coughlan and Lydia West, which explores the lives of Millennials. Gareth Malone and Hannah French celebrate Bach's St John Passion, which was first performed in Leipzig 300 years ago this Easter. Joel Morris, author of Be Funny or Die, discusses how comedy works and what makes …
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In this episode of the Locked On NBA Big Board podcast, join hosts Rafael and James Barlowe as they dive into James' firsthand observations from the thrilling opening weekend of the NCAA tournament. From DaRon Holmes II's standout performance against Arizona to Virginia's struggles with a lackluster offense and past NCAA tournament disappointments,…
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Norah Jones discusses her new album, Visions, and reflects on the song, Come Away With Me, that made her name along with a special performance in the Front Row studio; Sir Ian McKellen and theatre director Robert Icke on tackling one of Shakespeare's greatest characters, Falstaff, in their new production Player Kings; and Keisha Thompson on how her…
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RMR 0256: Special Guest, Comedian, Doug Koning, joins your hosts Dustin Melbardis and Russell Guest for the Retro Movie Roundtable as they revisit It Young Frankenstein (1974) [PG] Genre: Comedy, Horror, Satire Starring: Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Marty Feldman, Madeline Kahn, Cloris Leachman, Teri Garr, Kenneth Mars, Richard Haydn, Liam Dunn, Danny…
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Mark's dream gym has a warm welcome from a great team, and an dream pre-workout experience where everything you need is covered, from the looks, lighting, smells, to the lockers and changing rooms - everything just works. The gym is split into areas or zones with different music and vibes like HIIT studios, TRX workouts, EGYM, etc. Tech and data ar…
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Nikki Giovanni is one of only a handful of poets whose work has been published as a Penguin Modern Classic in their own life time. A key figure of America's Black Arts Movement as both a writer an activist, she speaks to Tom about her life and career. A well-known actor, Andrew Buchan has now turned to writing with Passenger, the new ITV crimes dra…
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Join hosts Rafael and James Barlowe as they dive into the NBA's surprising decision to shut down the G League Ignite program after the 2023-24 season. The league's move to close the developmental program, aimed at nurturing young NBA prospects, sparks a heated discussion between the brothers. While James argues the shutdown came too soon, advocatin…
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More than 50 percent of mutual fund and ETF assets track passive indices, which makes index methodology important. Episode 68 is all about index history and evolution and how the usage of indexes as investment products changed the industry. Rolf Agather has been in the indexing industry since the 1980s. He started Russell, moved around the industry…
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The Independent’s chief film critic Clarisse Loughrey and the Telegraph’s film critic Tim Robey review the Oscar-nominated animation Robot Dreams which follows the friendship of a dog and a robot - can their bond survive Robot being locked up on Coney Island beach, after his joints rust over following a paddle in the sea? They also give their verdi…
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Join hosts Rafael Barlowe and James as they unravel the talent-packed South Region of the 2024 NCAA tournament in this NBA draft-focused episode. From potential stars to players aiming to boost their draft stock, this podcast is a goldmine for basketball enthusiasts and draft aficionados alike.Houston's floor general, Jamal Shead, takes the spotlig…
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Writer Kazuo Ishiguro and jazz musician Stacey Kent talk about collaborating on their new book of lyrics, The Summer We Crossed Europe in the Rain. What’s the significance of the hare in art and mythology? To mark the season of the March hare, writer Jane Russ, sculptor Sophie Ryder and musician Fay Hield explain. And following the British Board of…
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Get ready for an in-depth dive into the NBA draft prospects heating up the East Region of the 2024 NCAA tournament! Join hosts Rafael and James Barlowe as they break down the talent pool, uncovering top prospects and potential sleepers.Leading the charge are UConn's dynamic duo, Stephon Castle and Donovan Clingan, primed to make a splash on their q…
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Marjane Satrapi is best known for being the cartoonist and film maker behind Persepolis. She talks to Samira Ahmed about her new book - Woman, Life, Freedom - which she has created with 17 Iranian and international comic book artists. It documents the story of the death in custody of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, a woman detained for allegedly not prope…
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