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Best Matthew Holm podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Matthew Holm podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The Vanished is a true crime podcast that explores the stories of those who have gone missing. The Vanished goes beyond conventional news reports to take a deep dive into the story of a different missing person each week. Host Marissa Jones brings you exclusive interviews with family members, friends, law enforcement and experts. What will The Vanished uncover next?
 
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 ...
 
Free download of "This is Babymouse!" the song about everyone's favorite sassy mouse inspired by "Babymouse: The Musical". Babymouse and the gang are taking center stage in the feel-good book of the season! Will Babymouse get the lead in the school musical or will Felicia Furrypaws steal the show? Find out in "Babymouse: The Musical". Filled with highsteps and high jinks and starring the critically acclaimed, award-winning Babymouse as herself, this showstopper will have you tapping your toe ...
 
A podcast about classic and vintage menswear, but without the stuffiness! Join menswear enthusiasts Ethan and Spencer as they talk about their personal style, the state of men's fashion, and even talk turkey with some stylish guests! Read the Show notes: https://streetxsprezza.wordpress.com/category/show-notes/ Submit your Questions & Stories: https://forms.gle/NNDo3sTfSR6b1Tih6 Follow us on Instagram! Style and Direction: https://www.instagram.com/styleanddirection/?hl=en Ethan: https://www ...
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. Host Erik Rivenes interviews authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and the stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
Go inside the walls of Dungeons & Dragons for exclusive interviews and previews! The D&D team sits down each week with celebrities and personalities from across gaming and pop culture to discuss one of the greatest fantasy brands of all-time. We'll talk about the tabletop roleplaying game, as the latest in D&D video games, comics, novels, movies, and television.
 
Live readings by poets, fiction writers and playwrights. Bare Fiction is dedicated to promoting, producing, presenting and publishing new writing in all forms. This is our weekly podcast of live readings by poets, fiction writers and playwrights. Bare Fiction | Registered in England and Wales. Company No. 8798494
 
Award-winning comedy panel show hosted by Danielle Ward, with team captains Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Michael Legge and amazing special guests. In it, two teams work out the right thing to do in strange scenarios and scary situations which range from the everyday to the weird and extreme. Don't feel you have to start at the beginning - we'd suggest you start with the most recent series then work backwards!
 
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Ep 289 - Hotline for First Responders Guest: Dr Allan Holmes First Responders are the people rushing into a crisis when the rest of us are rushing away. They are there when criminals break the law, when a building is on fire, when someone has been hurt or is extremely ill or someone has fallen ill due to a pandemic. COVID 19 not only compromises he…
 
On November 5th, 1934, in the small coal mining town of Kelayres, Pennsylvania, Republican political boss Joe Bruno took an extreme and shocking step. Worried and agitated about a possible loss in the following day's elections, he and his family used his large weapons arsenal to fire into a Democratic parade. My guest, Stephanie Hoover, author of "…
 
Have you checked out all the great shows on our Twitch channel? Greg & Shelly open our show with the latest D&D news, along with mentioning some of the great shows streaming on twitch.tv/dnd right now that will both entertain and help you with your own virtual games! Later, our very own Kate Welch returns for another episode of Random Character Gen…
 
As political factions battled in pre-Civil War Washington D.C., a sensational sex and murder scandal suddenly grabbed the nation's attention. New York Congressman Daniel Sickles, having learned that his wife Teresa was in the midst of a torrid love affair with U.S. Attorney Philip Barton Key II, angrily confronted him in a park with fatal consequen…
 
Greg & Shelly take a look at the latest D&D news in our introductions as well as give some updates on a few upcoming releases. This week in Lore You Should Know, Adam Lee returns to continue our series on Gods of Theros; this week giving us insight into the deities Purphoros & Ephara! Our special guest this week is our new D&D community manager, Br…
 
Has everyone figured out how to play D&D online yet? Greg & Shelly continue their valiant efforts to make sure you know exactly how to keep your games going and how to get all the FREE resources available to you during this time! This week in Lore You Should Know, Chris Perkins returns to answer all our questions on Duergar! Our special guest this …
 
In the years following World War One, thousands of young women were hired to paint radium on watch and clock dials so they would glow in the dark. As a result, many of the women would suffer the excruciating effects of radiation poisoning, which often lead to their deaths at an early age. My guest, Kate Moore, is author of the New York Times bestse…
 
In today's pod, Spencer and Ethan discuss the lifestyle of menswear enthusiasts, it's perceived elitism, and how we stack up to it! Do we dress to for an aspirational lifestyle? Is it self perpetuating? Or can clothes and lifestyle be independent? Is it elitist? Or simply intimidating by nature? It's a great conversation that is worth a listen. Sho…
 
Ep 288 - Your Pharmacist and Covid19 Guest: Annette Robinson - Derek Desrosiers Are pharmacists an underutilized health care resource in the fight against the Coronavirus? “Pharmacists are the most accessible health care professionals in BC,” says Annette Robinson, the Vice-President of the Pharmacy Association. “One reason pharmacists may be overl…
 
This week is all about Mythic Odysseys Of Theros and Explorer's Guide To Wildemount! Greg & Shelly also keep you updated on the latest happenings with D&D in our news and introductions. This week in Lore You Should Know, we are joined by D&D Narrative Designer Ari Levitch, who goes in depth on Gods of Theros in general, then more specifically Mogis…
 
Ep 287 - The Right to Be Cold Guest: Sheila Watt-Cloutier On February 18th, SFU’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue presented Sheila Watt-Cloutier with the Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue in recognition of her outstanding global leadership using dialogue in her work as an advocate for indigenous, environmental and cultural rights. Shauna Sylvest…
 
In early 19th century Australia, escaping from a penal colony was not an easy task, mostly because there was no where to go. Six foot five William Buckley did just that, however, wandering though the wild Australian bush before being taken in by a tribe of aborigines, close to death. For the next thirty-two years he would live with the tribe, befor…
 
Greg & Shelly open up the show with our news and introductions, making sure you have everything you need to ensure you can still have a rich virtual D&D experience in the middle of quarantine! Also, more information on the daily free content drop that is still happening every weekday at 5pm PST! This week in How To DM, Shelly is joined by the D4 Du…
 
Ep 286 - Mission Possible Guest: Matthew Smedley Do companies have a responsibility to provide employment for the disenfranchised? Matthew Smedley says, “Yes, they do and doing so is good business!” He goes on to say, “Society, not the economy, is the real marketplace. And smart companies realize that looking after people – all people, including th…
 
Ep 285 Thank you Canada - A Syrian Refugee’s story Guests: Nour Suliman Imagine, if you can, that for three of your 14 or 15 years of life you have been on the move in your homeland – staying one step ahead of the guns, the bullets and the bombs that are devastating you, your family and your community. You and 16 of your family squeeze into a car s…
 
Ep 284 CO2 and your brain Guests: Dr David Smith A woodpecker slams its head into a hard object about 80 million times in its lifetime and doesn’t suffer from traumatic brain injury. Why? That was the question that was posed at a DARPA (or Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) event a number of years ago. Those in attendance laughed at the que…
 
On December 5, 1989, 31-year-old Kerry O’Brien Krueger allegedly told her husband that she had to catch a last-minute flight to Wyoming to attend a trade show for work after another coworker asked her to attend in their place. The plan was that she and a co-worker would travel from Burlington, Wisconsin to Chicago where they would take a flight to …
 
We're positively SHERLOCKED this Quarantine! So we decided to watch and review the menswear not of the BBC verison, but the action-packed, Hans Zimmer heavy Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes movie from 2009. Its one of our favorite films and has a rather good interpretation of late Victorian menswear! Show Notes: https://streetxsprezza.wordpress.com/2020…
 
Leavenworth Penitentiary in Kansas was once home to some of the most notorious criminals in America, including Carl Panzram, Robert "the Birdman" Stroud, Frank Nitti and George "Machine Gun" Kelly. Part of its history includes one of the most exciting prison breaks in U.S. history, when the "Leavenworth Seven" kidnapped Warden Tom White in December…
 
In our news and introductions with Greg & Shelly, we talk more about our daily free content drop that happens every weekday at 5pm PST! In Lore You Should Know, Chris Perkins returns for a talk about Nautiloids. Our special guests this week are our very own James Wyatt and Wes Schneider who talk all things Mythic Odysseys Of Theros!Here's your guid…
 
Calamity Jane is without question one of the most iconic figures in Old West history. She's been portrayed innumerable times in film and television, most recently in the HBO series Deadwood as Wild Bill Hickock's loyal buckskin-wearing friend and sidekick. Her reputation proceeded her wherever she went, as a master bullwhacker, an excessive drinker…
 
How are you all handling playing D&D remotely? We've got some great resources available to help you stay at home and play at home. In Sage Advice, we continue our series on often overlooked or forgotten rules in the Player's Handbook with Jeremy Crawford, and pick up our journey on page 15. Our special guest this week is AEW wrestler Brandon Cutler…
 
Greg & Shelly are starting to get the hang of podcasting remotely and are here to get you up to speed with all the new D&D stuff heading your way! In our opening news and introductions, In our opening news and introductions, we talk about the new Figurines Of Adorable Power, Monster Madness, Explorer's Guide To Wildemount and Mythic Odysseys Of The…
 
Black Death. Typhoid fever. Pellagra. In the early 1900s they invaded the United States, killing thousands. One of the most notorious historical figures associated with disease was "Typhoid Mary", who unknowingly infected untold numbers of people with typhoid fever while cooking in kitchens along the east coast. My guest, Gail Jarrow, is the author…
 
Just over a hundred years ago, the world suffered through a brutal influenza pandemic, which infected up to a quarter of the world's population. It was nicknamed the Spanish Flu, and killed millions of people. My guest, John Barry, is an historian, adjunct faculty at Tulane University, and author of the New York Times bestseller "The Great Influenz…
 
We're continuing to record remotely as we shelter in place here in the Seattle area. Greg & Shelly hash out how they've been handling social distancing, how they're still staying connected with the people they love, and how you can play D&D with your own friends and family during this weird time. More information on Monster Madness, Explorer's Guid…
 
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