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In the Pocket is a show about NFL, hosted by two Americans who find themselves living in Melbourne Australia. Each week, listen to Steve Salisbury and Jay Mueller talk about what they love best. Our show is passionate. It’s informative. It’s a celebration. In fact, it’s the podcast equivalent of a tailgate party: fans standing around laughing about the characters and story lines of each week’s gladiatorial soap opera. The only thing missing is the smell of grilled meat (you can provide the m ...
 
Melbourne-born & bred, DJ Magnus clearly communicates an infectious passion for music through the decks. If you missed his debut gig at Cairns Tropical Pride in 2007, he may well have had you sweating it out at... Big Gay Day (Brisbane), I Remember House (Sydney / Melbs), Midsumma T-Dance (Melbourne), CoastOut (Coffs Harbour), ChillOut (Daylesford), Christchurch Pride (NZ), Rebel Bar (Melbs / Sydney), Broken Heel Festival (Broken Hill), Geelong Rainbow Festival, Tropical Fruits Festival (Lis ...
 
A new show about startups founded in Melbourne scaling to global success. What can founders, teams, investors and fellow Melbourne entrepreneurs learn from their success and failures? Find out on Scale Up by LaunchVic. More information go to www.launchvic.org Season 1: Culture Amp - founded in 2012 to help medium to large companies scale and grow their culture. In 2018 they raised a $49 million Series C round. Season 2: Redbubble - founded in 2006 as a three sided global artist marketplace w ...
 
Welcome to I Only Like You and Movies! The podcast where Lonnie (a qualified writer and director) and Senaai (former acting student and current writer) review and discuss the latest TV shows, movies, and everything else with the only other person they like. You can email us at slpodcasting@gmail.com, or follow us on Twitter: Lonnie - @lonniegilroy Senaai - @senaaileigh Lonnie can also be found at lonniegilroy.com and Senaai at senaaichapple.com
 
Welcome to Road 2 Resilience – Recapturing Athletes Focus. This podcast has been created to help athletes be stronger at their craft while creating a life that supports their ambitions. As we all know athletes have a laser focus that allows them to stand on the top run of the podium. However, while their sport is continuing to elevate them to new heights, their lives are like roller coasters. Without creating the support structures outside of their sports, athletes may make it to the top, bu ...
 
Coffee & Donuts is a fusion of Faith, family & fun. John & Mary are serious Catholics who don’t take themselves too seriously. Whether it’s Faith life, family life or real life, it’s all viewed through a Catholic lens. Coffee & Donuts takes a fast-paced, fun & dynamic approach to covering a variety of topics with real-world applications. Grab a maple bar, a hot cup and join the fun Friday nights at 7:30 PM, with an encore broadcast Sunday nights at 7:30 PM on Mater Dei Radio. Coffee & Donuts ...
 
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If you grew up in church, you probably remember the little rhyme and hand motions that taught you about the church. It went something like: Here is the church. Here is the steeple. Open the doors and see all the people. ​Now, that's a cute little game to play with kids...but the church is so much more than a building where Christians meet. So, this…
 
This week we have another sitcom where everything isn't quite what it seems... but without the magic (both literally and figuratively). Annie Murphy does her best to carry a show that doesn't entirely make sense. We break it all down in this episode!Hit us up on Twitter: @ionlylikeyoupodEmail us: slpodcasting@gmail.com…
 
We're back with a heavy one this week, but a good movie if you can find the fortitude. Links:– Johnny Sun's piece, "Your last 15 minutes before the end of the world, ranked from worst to best": https://twitter.com/jonnysun/status/1385752487001395200?s=20– The two articles Lonnie mentioned: https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/culture/movies/worth-finds…
 
When we talk about what we, as Christians, believe, we have to talk about God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit. And that also leads us to talk about the Trinity. But let's just be honest here, the doctrine of the Trinity can be pretty confusing - because basic math tells us that 3 cannot equal 1 and 1 cannot equal 3. But the idea of the …
 
ABBA-SOLUTELY!!! On the eve of brand new music from Swedish super group ABBA, and after almost 40 years, here’s my Birthday gift Tribute Mix. So crank it up and dance!!! It’s what the world needs right now…so enjoy! Lay All Your Love On Me (Bootleg Extended Mix) Fernando (Dean’s Delicious 12” Mix) Super Trouper (Mary Brazzle 12” Mix) Waterloo (Exte…
 
This week on Out Takes, we spoke with two Australian content creators, Julie Kalceff & Oliver Ross. Both Julie and Oliver have recently had stories featured in Screen Australia’s Authentic Storytelling series, spotlighting the importance of not only telling authentic trans stories, but also supporting trans and gender diverse creatives to create th…
 
In this episode of Out Takes, we looked back at the Melbourne International Film Festival. The Festival had initially planned to take viewers back into cinemas, but last minute lockdown measures across Victoria forced the Festival back online for a second year. The Festival streamed on MIFF Play, the Festival’s online streaming platform, from 5 to …
 
As Christians, when we talk about God, it's not too hard to talk about God the Father and God the Son. But when it comes to God the Spirit - or the Holy Spirit - it gets a little trickier. As a matter of fact, trying to explain the Holy Spirit can feel about as productive as nailing Jell-O to the wall. ​But just because it's not always easy to talk…
 
With more than 2.3 billion Christians worldwide, it's safe to say that you'll find Christians all across the theological spectrum. You'll find Christians who are more conservative and Christians who are more progressive. You'll find Christians who are more charismatic and Christians who are more reserved. ​But when it comes to what we, as Christian…
 
We virtually attended the virtual Melbourne International Film Festival for the year 2021! We saw some of the best films we've ever seen and... some other films. But that's film festivals for ya, that's why we love 'em. You can find out more about the festival at miff.com.au - and we strongly recommend you watch Ninjababy and Freshman Year any way …
 
There are roughly 7.9 billion people in the world today. About 30 percent of these people - or roughly 2.3 billion people - call themselves Christians. Based on these numbers alone, it's hard to imagine we could all agree on anything...let alone something as big as God. But we do. ​In this sermon series, inspired by the Apostles' Creed, we'll be ex…
 
This week we spoke with two Australian content creators who are taking the traditional model of making films and turning it on its head, making it more inclusive and accessible to get more diverse films made and on our screens. First up, we hear from one of our favourite guests on Out Takes, the one and only Kylie Eddy. She’s a writer, director, pr…
 
Here is a movie that we definitely wanted to see and definitely didn't quickly search for something to pod about because movie options are limited right now... But seriously, what was with this casting?!Links:- Screen Rant's Pitch Meeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUAYXyeVTC8Hit us up on Twitter: @ionlylikeyoupodEmail us: slpodcasting@gmail.…
 
On this 16th day of August - 2 commemorate and celebrate 2 years since my Mother passed away on Madonna’s birthday, here’s over 2hrs / 20 fave M-Remixes to lift your spirits and keep you dancing !!! Enjoy My 2 Queens Mix, love Magnus. “Music makes the people come together.” - Madonna Everybody (Dubtronic Take A Ride 2021 Remix) Holiday (Sunlight Pr…
 
When you sit back and watch the incredible displays of athleticism at the Olympics, it's easy to feel a little inferior. No matter how hard we try, we'll never be on the same level as Simone Biles, Katie Ledecky, or any of the other athletes who competed in this year's games. ​Fortunately for us, our value as human beings doesn't come from our athl…
 
We continued our coverage of the Melbourne International Film Festival on Out Takes this week by speaking with the Festival’s Artistic Director, Al Cossar. Catch up on the program and hear about some of the many great LGBTIQ films screening at this year’s Festival and find out how how you can access the festival from your own home with MIFF Play. T…
 
There are times in life when we all feel discouraged. We might feel discouraged because of something happening with our health, in our family, or at our job. And when we feel discouraged, we're all tempted to give up. ​But in this sermon, we'll hear the remarkable story of a future gold medalist who almost walked away from his sport because of a de…
 
This week on Out Takes, we dive in and take a look at one of our favourite film festivals and some of the many LGBTIQA+ films they have on offer for 2021. Melbourne International Film Festival has been continuously running since 1952 (happy 69 years MIFF!), making it the leading film festival in Australia and one of the world’s oldest film festival…
 
From the original Dream Team to Vitaly Scherbo, the 1992 Olympic Games featured some of the greatest athletes to ever compete in the Olympics. But the most memorable moment from these games didn't happen on a basketball court or during the gymnastics competition. The most memorable moment from these games happened on the track...and it featured an …
 
** Major spoilers for Avengers: End Game and the MCU as a whole **This week we review an ok movie that is so insistent on telling us how Black Widow got her vest. Sorry about a couple of tech problems in this episode. Thanks for sticking with us!Links:Honest Trailers vid: https://youtu.be/OSKRQWFAXcQScreenRant "pitch meeting" vid: https://youtu.be/…
 
If you've spent much time around a church on Sunday morning, then you probably have an idea of what worship is all about. Worship is about singing songs, saying prayers, collecting an offering, and listening to a sermon...right? Well, even though all of these things are part of our regular worship services, they are not what worship is all about. W…
 
We maybe in lockdown but we’ve still managed to find some great new documentaries for you to stream from the comfort and safety of your home. We took a look at ‘Steelers’, an incredibly personal, heartwarming and engaging film that takes us into the world of gay rugby, plus have an exclusive chat with its director Eammon Ashton-Atkinson. We also ch…
 
For many of us, when we think about rest, we think about lounging around on the couch all day while we scroll through social media or binge watch something on Netflix. But that's not exactly what rest means. Rest is about rejuvenating our body, mind, and spirit so that we can live out God's purpose for our lives. ​But how do we do that? How do we f…
 
This week on Out Takes, we recognised the tenth anniversary of WE WERE HERE. From director David Weissman, WE WERE HERE recalls the early years of the HIV/AIDS crisis in San Francisco. WE WERE HERE is a powerful testament to our collective history and an affirmation of our shared humanity. We spoke in depth with David Weissman about the power of WE…
 
‘Dating Amber’ is the second feature film from the very talented London-based Irish writer / director David Freyne. With the film now hitting cinema screens in Australia and available to watch online around the world, we were delighted to speak with David about this fantastic film and hear how this semi-autobiographical tale went from the page to t…
 
Work. We all have to do it, don't we? We have to earn a living so we can put food on the table, clothes on our backs, and a roof over our heads. But, for many of us, work is more than simply what we do...work has become part of who we are. But our identity is not defined by the work that we do. Our identity comes from God. And, although our jobs ar…
 
This week on Out Takes, we turned our attention to the small screen and the rapidly changing world of short form storytelling. In particular, we looked at some of the best new homegrown LGBTQ webseries and how they’re redefining the landscape of short form story telling. Our guests were Logan Mucha, the co-creator of Scattered, and Kelsie Adelaide,…
 
There are times when we pray when it sounds like God is little more than our Amazon Wish List. We constantly make requests of God, asking God to do more and more for us. But, when we pray, we can't lose sight of who we are praying to. When we pray, we are entering into the presence of the God who created the heavens and the earth and everything in …
 
This week we break down Cruella, complain about how fictional characters get their names, and our conflicted feelings around disliking Emma Thompson.Links:Scriptnotes podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/scriptnotes-podcast/id462495496Senaai's "Disney Diaries" post on 101 Dalmatians: https://senaaichapple.com/2021/06/14/disney-diaries-196…
 
Have you ever noticed that some people sound completely different when they talk to God than they do when they talk to other people? Sometimes they talk to God and sound like they're reading from the King James Version of the Bible or like they've just discovered a Thesaurus. ​But God doesn't care how elegant our prayers sound. What God really care…
 
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