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The Medici might not have the decadent drama of the Borgias, but they took center stage in the story of the formation of the modern Western world, from helping mold the Renaissance to trying to quell the Protestant Reformation to sponsoring and then trying to help shut up Galileo. This podcast looks at the story of the Medici and that of the fractured, tumultuous Italy they carved out a place in. Join us to see how a clan of middle-class bankers would up joining the ranks of European royalty ...
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Echoes of History

History Hit & Assassin's Creed

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Dive into the real-life history that inspires the locations, characters, and storylines of the legendary world of Assassin’s Creed. ‘Echoes of History’, a Ubisoft podcast brought to you by History Hit, is the place where listeners can explore the narrow side streets of Medici-ruled Florence, cross sand dunes in the shadow of ancient pyramids, climb the rigging of 18th century brigs sailing across the Caribbean and meet the most powerful warlords in Feudal Japan, all before stepping ‘into the ...
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Breakthroughs

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

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Breakthroughs is a podcast about groundbreaking research and the scientists leading these discoveries at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. We are driven by our mission to transform the practice of medicine and profoundly impact human health beyond the individual patient. We believe better answers only come from discovery.
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This Podcast by MEDICI is hosted by Amit Goel (Founder of MEDICI). And focuses on the part of FinTech innovation that is invisible to the end-customers. The e-plumbing and financial rewiring that is rewriting how financial services are delivered and experienced. Fintech, banking and tech folks come here to learn about how financial firms (old and new) are leveraging the power of open banking and APIs.
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This is a life-coaching podcast channel that is meant to raise your vibration, help you peel off the layers of social conditioning, and get guidance on almost anything from relationships, to fitness, to spirituality, to nutrition, to career, to life hacks, to traveling and foodie venues...you name it, we got it!
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Admit it: you’re obsessed with royal families – watching them, gossiping about them, wanting to be them. It’s the stuff of fantasy. But for real life royals, the crown jewels can be more like shiny handcuffs. There are expectations and rules – and if you break them, the consequences are big, and very public. And no, we’re not just talking about Harry and Meghan. There are royal families and wild royal tales from around the world and throughout history that you have never heard before. From W ...
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I'm Lindsay Holiday and I'm spilling the Tea on history! Join me every Tuesday for a steaming cup of the juiciest stories you won't learn in history class. Topics include Queens of the world, Royalty and Women's history. Check out my Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/lindsayholiday Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100091781568503 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/historyteatimelindsayholiday/ Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@historyteatime Help me ma ...
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"Sweet Bytes with Sandra" is a weekly podcast hosted by Dr. Sandra Colton-Medici where she dishes up digestible bytes of digital business tips, funky asides of her time in entertainment, motivating move-your-butt straight talk, simple lifestyle hacks, and a sweet dollop of inspiration to help you obtain increased success for your business.
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The Tabletop Games Blog is about all things board, card, dexterity and other modern games. Every week there is a new review and a topic discussion piece, all of which are also released in audio format on the podcast. Additionally, there is the Let me illustrate podcast series where board game artists answer a catalogue of 17 questions about themselves.
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Welcome to “Free Your Voice,” a podcast where every perspective has a place at the table. From the heroes to the underdogs, and yes, even those views that stir the pot, we believe every voice deserves to be heard. Our mission? To provide the framework for cultural connections, respectful disagreements, and global impact. Join us on “Free Your Voice” as we celebrate the diversity of thoughts and embrace the full spectrum of ideas and rediscover what it truly means to communicate.
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Progressive House UK

Progressive House UK

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Established in 2019 Progressive House UK is a global Progcast station & electronic music mix show for like-minded people. Each week we produce a new 'In The Mix' show from our team of resident underground DJs. We also feature a very special 'Guest Mix' series and partner with Flux Electronic Music to bring you the very best of scenes from renowned or emerging international DJs. You can also find us online on Facebook & Instagram where we create & share unique content, discuss music, UK event ...
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Mammalwatching

Jon Hall & Charles Foley

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Charles Foley and Jon Hall talk to mammalwatchers, biologists, conservationists and those with a passion for observing and protecting the world's wild mammals. For more information visit www.mammalwatching.com/podcast. Dr Charles Foley is a mammalwatcher and biologist who, together with his wife Lara, spent 30 years studying elephants in Tanzania. They now run the Tanzania Conservation Research Program at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago. Jon Hall set up mammalwatching.com in 2005. Geneticall ...
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Machiavelli has created a ruthless guide on how to rule the country in his volume "The Prince". The book is dedicated to Lorenzo De Medici, the ruler of Florence. The author explains in simple language about the nature of great men and the characters of the government. The first chapter gives an outline of the book discussing various styles of ruling as a prince, character traits that a ruler should have and the political situation of Italy in the 16th century. The book is composed of 26 cha ...
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Please join me in embarking on the Harvard Classics Series by Dr. Charles Elliot. This series dates back to around 1910 and is a collection of literature that I believe needs to be revived and rediscovered. I look forward to reading and discussing all 50 volumes with you as we learn about the great ideas of those who came before us. In this series, we will dive into Greek and Roman history, the American Founders, works from Francis Bacon, John Milton, and many more. We will cover Shakespeare ...
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Wonders of the World

Caroline Vahrenkamp

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In this podcast, we'll visit 200 Wonders of the World, from the Pyramids to the Great Barrier Reef, to tell the story of our people, our civilization, and our planet. My name is Caroline Vahrenkamp, and I'm a travel junkie. The world is filled with amazing places that reflect the greatest achievements of human accomplishment. In these uncertain times, understanding our great shared history may help to bridge the divides between us. And if not, it will be a fun ride anyway! We'll discuss the ...
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When is the RIGHT time to launch a business? Join Sam McLeod each week for a deep dive into the passion-to-profit mindset and methods it takes to build a wildly successful 6-figure business from the ground up! Get exclusive access to the EXACT blueprint he used to build a B2B million dollar real estate empire- and unlock the keys to legacy wealth from industry titans! Ready to turn YOUR passion to profit? Then this is one podcast you don’t want to miss!
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The Economist Intelligence Unit - Perspectives

The Economist Intelligence Unit - Perspectives

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We deliver vital business intelligence to executives the world over. With access to over 650 expert analysts and editors across 200 countries worldwide, underpinned by an unrivalled in-house survey panel that bolsters the qualitative and quantitative analysis, we uncover novel and forward-looking perspectives.
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In this episode of "Free Your Voice," hosted by Dustin Plantholt, listeners are treated to an insightful conversation with Prince Lorenzo de' Medici. As a descendant of the iconic Medici family, known for their historic influence in the realms of art, politics, and banking, Prince Lorenzo shares his unique perspective on his heritage, personal life…
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Catherine de' Medici from the powerful Italian family married the future King Henry II of France at 13. When he was impaled through the eye during a joust Catherine ruled France as regent for three of her sons during civil and religious wars. She was also a patron and devotee of mystic Nostradamus. Join me every Tuesday when I'm Spilling the Tea on…
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One of the world's great museums of Renaissance art: the Uffizi. Meaning "the offices," the Uffizi were quite literally built as an office buidling for the growing administration of Cosimo I de' Medici, the first Grand Duke of Tuscany, the leader who brought authoritarian rule, if also stablity, to Florence. Bry Rayburn from the Pontifacts podcast,…
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In the 16th century, Japan was embroiled in what is known as Sengoku jidai - ‘The Warring States’ period. It was a time of bloody battles, social upheaval and is known as the most violent in Japan’s history. But how, and when, did 150 years of bitter warfare and division come to an end? How did unification change the face of Japanese society? In th…
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Dating from 1467-1603, the Sengoku or ‘Warring States’ period is known as the bloodiest in Japan’s history; an era of continuous social upheaval and civil war which transformed the country. Shogun-led authority was shattered and 150 years of murder and betrayal followed as fearsome warlords ruled local territories with unflinching ruthlessness. In …
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Hi, it’s Joe Slack here. I’ve written a few guest posts for Oliver in the past and I was delighted when he requested another guest blog, so here we go! Something I think about a lot as a game designer is how to create tension in a game as well as ensure that players feel a sense of progression as they play. Read the full article here: https://table…
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Marie Antoinette, Queen of France was a naive young woman under a great deal of pressure and expectation. Her out-of-thouch excesses infuriated the people and contributed to the French Revolution and her downfall. Join me every Tuesday when I'm Spilling the Tea on History! Check out my Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/lindsayholiday Follo…
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Introducing a new chapter of Echoes of History, the podcast that explores the incredible real-life stories and events that inspire the locations, characters, and storylines of the legendary Assassin’s Creed. Join your host, historian Matt Lewis, and regular contributor Holly Nielsen, as they guide you into the worlds of Assassin’s Creed, talking to…
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Ubolratana of Thailand’s story is the classic tale of a princess who wants to throw her crown away and live happily ever after with a commoner. Except…Ubolratana’s story doesn’t end with happily ever after. Because this princess decides she made a mistake. But she’ll soon find out that putting the crown back on her head will be a lot harder than ta…
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After the battle of Wolf 359, the team consisting of Commander Riker, Lieutenant Commanders Data and Shelby and Lieutenant Worf on board the U.S.S. Enterprise were doing all they could to protect the ship against the invading Borg, led by Locutus of Borg, formerly Captain Picard of the Federation. It was a strange situation. The alien drones seemed…
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Welcome to our brand new weekly show, Playlist, hosted by RICCO. Bringing you latest releases and favourite track from the world of prog. Tracklist Go deep space - Vidivi Hypnosis (Zac extended mix) - Volaris Underwater- Blood groove, Kikis Beautiful place - Emma Lemus Calima ( Dabeat remix) - Pierre Sebastiano Flores - Stereo Munk, Dublew, Eichenb…
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Feeling stressed about your upcoming wedding? Why not sit down and relax, and maybe even get some inspiration from these wedding-themed board games! Read the full article here: https://tabletopgamesblog.com/2024/05/07/get-inspired-for-your-wedding-with-board-games-topic-discussion/ Intro Music: Bomber (Sting) by Riot (⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠…
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Henry VIII’s is infamous for his relationships with women. The domineering King took 6 wives during his 36 years on the throne. And he disposed of them with as much scandal as he wooed them – Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Divorced, Beheaded, Survived. But three other women had an important impact on his childhood, his mother Elizabeth of York and his t…
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In a recent episode of "Free Your Voice," hosted by Dustin Plantholt and recorded on March 22, 2024, listeners can expect an engaging conversation with Roger Ver, often referred to as "Bitcoin Jesus." Known for his pioneering work in cryptocurrency, Roger discusses his journey with Bitcoin, the freedom it offers for financial transactions, and his …
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Charles and Jon talk to conservationist Bill Robichaud, best known for his work to protect what many would argue is the world's most enigmatic mammal: the Saola. Saolas - a beautifully marked 100kg bovid - are often referred to as the 'Asian Unicorn' because of their scimitar-like horns and rarity. The species, first discovered by scientists in 199…
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New advances in digital pathology are revolutionizing the analysis of disease, paving the way for greater accuracy and efficiency when it comes to diagnostics, predicting outcomes and treatment. In this episode, Lee Cooper, PhD, discusses the future of digital and computational pathology and his research on machine learning and pathology, including…
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McMo's latest resident's mix for May is a choice selection of the latest progressive house that is perfect for the warmer weathers of Spring. Falling more on the 'organic' side of prog, this chilled and beautiful offering is best served while lying in the sun and/or basking on a beach. McMo takes us on a musical journey that will have you reaching …
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In Part One, Caroline of Brunswick escaped her controlling parents only to wind up in a worse situation – married to Prince George IV of England, a serial cheater who despises her. Luckily, the English people hate the Prince just as much as she does. And that’s gonna come in handy because George is about to become king – and will use his newfound p…
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Paradise Lost is an epic poem written by John Milton that tells the story of the rise of Satan out of the depths of hell and his campaign to conquer the will of humans on Earth. This video covers books 3 and 4 out of the 12. Join us as we follow Satan into hell and meet Adam and Eve for the first time. RALSTON COLLEGE: Thank you so much Ralston for…
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As the first two sons of Adam and Eve, a lot of responsibility had been laid upon our shoulders. We were a farmer and a shepherd who had to offer our harvested grains and livestock to God. We were never sure if either of us was in His favour. So we carried on and made wilder and wilder boasts about our gifts to Our Lord until it was too much and on…
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Ever wondered what bridges the gap between traditional canvas and the pulsating digital art world? Anthony Lewis, the art virtuoso known as Wombat, joins us on Tez Talks Radio to unfold his artistic narrative, from the school art room to his flourishing career in web design, and how these experiences ultimately led him to fall in love with the univ…
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I grew up at a time when "cowboys and Indians" were a popular topic in literature. Westerns, spaghetti or otherwise, were on television pretty much all the time. Similarly, Kung Fu films were regularly shown on the small screen. The jungles of India also often featured heavily. Board games often followed the same trend and portrayed these seemingly…
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Listen to this episode if you want to learn how to start a wine collection and/or how to invest in wine. Wine collection and investment expert Brian Ward of Cask100 and the Winston Art Group offers a primer on starting, safeguarding, and selling a wine collection. Additionally, he talks about the fairly new financial strategy of wine investment, in…
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In a recent episode of "Free Your Voice," hosted by Dustin Plantholt, listeners are invited into a profound conversation with Rabbi Elie Abadie, who not only serves as a senior rabbi but is also a medical doctor. The episode explores the multifaceted role of a rabbi, emphasizing the importance of spirituality, community leadership, and the ability …
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Over a hundred years before Princess Diana and Prince Charles, there was another doomed British royal couple: Queen Caroline and King George IV. Caroline and George’s hatred for each other runs so deep that it leads to a war that snowballs into a full blown tabloid circus. (Imagine Johnny Depp and Amber Heard-level drama, but set in Jane Austen’s e…
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I had my camera ready. The tripod was weighed down to ensure I got a clear picture and the telescopic lens was attached to get me as close to the action as possible. It wasn't going to be easy because this creature was hard to find and very camera-shy. I was sure I was in the right spot though. There had been footprints in the ground, so there was …
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Welcome back to the The Void, music for lonely places and distant spaces. We continue our journey through the stars, exploring auditory signals from across the spectrum. Enjoy April's show. Tracklisting: Aural Imbalance - Photon Inhmost - Ashenlign Extraworld - Artemis Verge Erothyme - Outer Planets Bluetech - Surface Radiance Shpongle - Once Upon …
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DJ Dave Furneaux returns with a blend of of techno, progressive house, deep house, and tech. A seamless blend of driving beats, atmospheric melodies, and captivating rhythms. Each track curated from renowned labels and artists worldwide. Aldag – My religion – Dynamic music Molac and Nicholas varner – Touch it - White Animal Trainer – Haicenda - Rit…
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I've written about my love of trick-taking games and the genre in general many times. Just check the archives... Now that my game group has also gotten into the genre, I've discovered more and more games that take this ancient card game mechanism to new heights. They apply new twists and add different mechanisms to create really exciting new titles…
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Queen Victoria’s great-grand children, the children of King George V were a fascinating bunch. The two eldest brothers Edward VIII and George VI both took their turns on the throne. The four younger siblings never wore crowns but still got into plenty of mischief. They were: Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood who dedicated herself to imp…
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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is home to a team of premier faculty and staff biostatisticians who are a driving force of data analytic innovation and excellence. In this episode, Denise Scholtens, PhD, a leader in biostatistics at Feinberg, discusses the growing importance of the field of biostatistics and how she leverages he…
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In this episode of "Free Your Voice," hosted by Dustin Plantholt, listeners are treated to an insightful conversation with the talented Malik Yusef, an 8x Grammy Artist. This discussion explores the essence of fame, creativity, and personal journey, providing a unique perspective on the life and mindset of a celebrated artist. Malik Yusef articulat…
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Grigori Rasputin has gone down in history as the famous Russian peasant who used his mystical skills to rise to the height of power at the turn of the 20th century. But do you know the man who murdered him? Meet Prince Felix Yusupov, the handsome and rich Russian royal desperate to make a name for himself. But Felix is about to find out that plotti…
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Sibling fights are unavoidable, but what if every moment of tension – real or imagined – was under a microscope on a global scale? That’s the reality for the brothers from the House of Windsor: Prince William and Prince Harry. They were others’ closest friends and allies since the death of their mother. But, that all began to crack as they each Won…
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Paradise Lost is an epic poem written by John Milton that tells the story of the rise of Satan out of the depths of hell and his campaign to conquer the will of humans on Earth. This video covers books 1 and 2 out of the 12. Join us as we sit down with Satan's counsel and discuss the path to planting evil on Earth. RALSTON COLLEGE: Thank you so muc…
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They were very shy and very few people had seen one, but you and your friends had been lucky. One lived at the bottom of the garden of the McGregories at the end of the village. The old couple was completely unaware of the sneaking by both, the mythical creature and your group of pals. You really wanted to make friends with this little winged being…
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The following article is a guest post written by Alexandra Yaverbaum (aka Sasha) and Dina Ramse from Dina Said So Studio and originally published on LinkedIn. In light of the recent announcement that CMON have acquired some of Mythic Games’ projects, it brought into clear contrast just how well, (or indeed how poorly) these can be handled. I have b…
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Queen Victoria’s great-grand children, the children of King George V were a fascinating bunch. The two eldest brothers both took their turns on the throne. Edward VIII abdicated amid scandal because he wanted to marry a divorced woman, Wallis Simpson and because he never really wanted to be king anyway. He nearly toppled the British monarchy in the…
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