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Drinks Adventures is a podcast for adventurous drinkers of wine, beer, whisky, gin, Japanese sake... and everything in between. Previous guests include actor and winemaker Sam Neill; musician and winemaker Maynard James Keenan; techno artist and sake aficionado Richie Hawtin; wine critics Jancis Robinson and Matthew Jukes; cricketers turned winemakers Sir Ian Botham and Ricky Ponting, whisky expert Dave Broom; sake expert John Gauntner; cocktail historian Jared Brown; and legendary mixologis ...
 
The T.U. Podcast from the guys behind Thunder Underground. The show features guests and talk from the world of hard rock, heavy metal and more... ranging all eras, styles and genres, our guests and talk cover the world of modern metal, hard rock, classic rock, glam, punk, independent and national artists, as well as those behind the scenes.
 
The Story: It’s the night before his gastric-band operation and Corey is terrified. He’s 16 years old, weighs 300 pounds and has a BMI of 60*. However, if Corey doesn’t have the operation, his hypertension will literally make him blind. None of this stops him from stealing, in the dead of night, an electric motor-scooter from the hospital. He picks up his best friend Cassie, a recovering anorexic. Like Corey, Cassie has found solace in the jungle beats and liquid rhythms of D’n’B and they to ...
 
Pro fishermen, Brad Chappell and Justin Berry, lay it all out on the table and give you everything you need to know about the sport of Crappie fishing. They sit down and talk with some of the best to ever wet a line and some of the manufacturers that help make the sport possible to help bring you the best information. The Crappie Connection is perfect for those long road trips to the lake. Get your fill of what's new in the Crappie world right here!
 
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This week we discuss WWE stars who have gone missing, ‘Big Show’ Paul Wight’s big announcement, Bobby Lashley’s WWE title win, the future of NWA and much more! https://ia601506.us.archive.org/26/items/cswp-ep80-complete/cswp-ep80-complete.mp3 __ATA.cmd.push(function() { __ATA.initDynamicSlot({ id: 'atatags-26942-6043fcfbddaa1', location: 120, formF…
 
A fly fishing debate as old as the rivers themselves: Which weight should you fish if you want the quintessential trout fly rod? First of all, there is no right answer. That doesn't stop me from trying to answer, though. I go through a handful of categories and considerations that lead me to answer this question. I suggest that you listen, think th…
 
Cognac enthusiast Holly Klintworth is head distiller at Bass and Flinders Distillery on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula. The business was founded by Holly's father Wayne Klintworth in 2009 with a desire to make high quality gins, brandies, and liqueurs. It's brandy that you'll be hearing the most about in this episode, as Holly tells us why her fam…
 
Curt Meine is a conservation biologist and one of America’s foremost conservation and environmental historians. He is the author of the definitive biography Aldo Leopold, His Life and Work and the voice of the outstanding Leopold documentary,Green Fire. Curt is also the co-editor of The Driftless Reader, a collection of writings exploring the cultu…
 
Dr. Gee brings back Psychologist Dr. Christopher Bass just in time to help him process the stress and hurt that is sadly building up with current events. This stress has compounded for Black folks since the Pandemic has brought greater disparities and systemic racism to the forefront. Whether you need to hear how to address underlying stressors for…
 
One of the biggest drawbacks to the last year has been the significant reduction in organic conversation. Sure, there are still opportunities to get together. It just isn't as easy. However, I've had an uptick in online interaction with listeners and readers of Casting Across. I'm always happy to get messages, and I do my best to respond in kind. A…
 
Mr Black Spirits was founded by distiller Philip Moore and coffee lover Tom Baker in 2013. **Click here to complete our listener survey – be in the running to win a Gin Society subscription worth $570.** The duo had the mission of taking Australian coffee culture into the night with a high quality coffee liqueur. And it seems like they might be ont…
 
Cameron Mackenzie of Four Pillars Gin returns to discuss the redevelopment of its Healesville, Victoria distillery and cellar door. **Click here to complete our listener survey – be in the running to win a Gin Society subscription worth $570.** You might remember that Cam foreshadowed this major project back in Season Three. If you haven't heard th…
 
There’s all sorts of learning challenges a student might face, and some require more attention than others. But how do you as a parent and a teacher make sure that you’re responding properly to your child’s unique challenges? And are they really better off in homeschool than elsewhere? Join Melody and Holly (and a special guest) as they discuss the…
 
If you think the first fly to come off of your vise is going to look like something you'd mount in a shadow box, you're going to be pretty disappointed. Truth be told, there are plenty of reasons why beginner fly tyers get frustrated, stall out, or give up. I have done all of those in the past 20 years. However, I really made some efforts to get th…
 
Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer frontman Maynard James Keenan joins us to discuss the winemaking career he's had in parallel over the last 17 years. Maynard founded Arizona, USA winery Caduceus Cellars and its affiliated label Merkin Vineyards in 2004. We spoke a little while ago now – on the eve of Joe Biden's inauguration as President. It's a…
 
I know. You like your flies. Dozens of patterns; hundreds of individual fish catching pieces of potential. But really, how many do you actually use? While it isn't for every angler (or every situation), cutting down the flies you carry on the water can actually streamline your fishing. It will certainly make packing and organization much simpler, b…
 
In this episode we are joined by Shawn Gonzales and Chance Douglas of Bound By Years. They talk with us about the band’s new album “What Fate May Bring”, their writing process, Fusion Audio Solutions, navigating the pandemic with events like their recent album release, Killswitch Engage, Mudvayne, Pantera, the metal scene in Denver, and a ton more!…
 
Caroline Childerley launched The Gin Queen in December 2013 to share her enthusiasm for gin and the people who make it. The website has since expanded to include cocktail recipes, interviews with distillers and distillery guides. It is now Australia's most influential website dedicated to all things gin. And last year, Caroline's efforts were recog…
 
Holidays are so fun, you might wish there was one every day. Well, you might just get your wish! Holly and Melody know all sorts of ways to inject some holiday fun (and learning) into your homeschooling all year long! Listen in and celebrate holidays every day in your learning lifestyle! SHOW NOTES: Visit Transcript Maker and get your 14-day free t…
 
Mark Shelton has competed in bass tournaments for years and is looking at making his way to our side of the fence, so we thought we'd sit him down and see what we was bringing to the table. Y'all go check this guy out. We're getting down to the end of our episodes from the 2020 Crappie Expo, after this week we've got one more episode from Branson a…
 
There's a good way to talk about conversation. There are a lot of bad ways to talk about conversation. While it is a broad-brushed, stereotyping statement, there is some truth in the "cantankerous fly fisher" archetype. In this episode I encourage us to take a better approach. We're not going to win people to our side and our cause if the goal is t…
 
American beer writer Tom Acitelli is with us this episode to tell you all about his latest book. It's called Pilsner: How the Beer of Kings Changed the World and it's a character-driven narrative that shows how this one beer style influenced everything from modern-day advertising and marketing to the craft beer movement of recent decades. The book …
 
Orlando Wines returned in October 2020 with icons such as Steingarten Riesling, Jacaranda Ridge Cabernet and Lawson’s Shiraz joined by some new wines that are fresh and on-trend, such as a Barossa Grenache and some contemporary-style chardonnays. Orlando chief winemaker Ben Thoman is with you on the Drinks Adventures podcast to tell you everything …
 
A new Congress and new administration bring a wealth of opportunities – and challenges – for those of us who care about America’s public lands and waters. Join Hal for a breakdown of U.S. conservation policy in this conversation with Julia Peebles, BHA’s D.C.-based government relations manager, and John Gale, BHA conservation director. What are the…
 
The guys sit down and talk with Zeke and John from The Bass Tank and go over some of the most common questions people ask about their live scope units and the most common issues people run into in the beginning! Whether you're new to live scope, want to get one and need more information, or a seasoned vet this is a must see episode!…
 
Some of the rivers that our grandfathers lauded as destination waters have declined in one way or another. The quantity or quality of the fish just isn’t there anymore. There are still fish present, and there is still good fishing to be had, but things have changed. And people don’t like change. But change shouldn't keep you off the water. Aside fr…
 
Following a controversial ownership change, McLaren Vale Distillery launched its debut single malt whiskies in late 2020. Jock Harvey of McLaren Vale winery Chalk Hill last year revealed he had taken full control of the distillery he co-founded in 2014 with John Rochfort. The split followed John's departure to set up another brand – Rochfort Distil…
 
In this episode we are joined by Brian Wheat of Tesla. Brian talks about his new autobiography (available now), the idea to tell his life story, his writing process, being completely open and not holding back, anxiety, dealing with auto immune issues with touring, working with Phil Collen, Def Leppard, performing at Abbey Road, Frank Hannon, possib…
 
For parents just about to graduate their first student, it can seem like there’s so much to do, you don’t know where to start. For parents who have done it before, it might be a mess of stress you just wish you could avoid. Melody and Holly discuss tips on how to ease your graduation stress and even how you might make it an enjoyable time for every…
 
In this episode we are joined by Eric The Trainer. Eric talks about his new band Maine Monster, writing songs, working with Michael Kroeger of Nickelback, John Oates, Arnel of Journey, Air Supply, the recording process during the pandemic, his musical influences, workout music, being a personal trainer for musicians and actors, Christopher Noth, Th…
 
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