Best Mole podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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A collection of podcasts covering all things paragliding including competitions, technique, meteorology, safety and XC flying
 
A monthly audio serial by interdisciplinary quietist-philosopher Karinne Keithley Syers, a ten-minute float in a walled garden, with a song and with ghosts.
 
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Mole Music Radio
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Jonathan Ciccone Presents: Mole Music RadioA podcast made to educate and show the world a journey through the music currently in my life.
 
sports talk entertainment st. louis mckernan the morning after
 
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
 
Larry Bowlden reviews contemporary fiction and non-fiction as part of the Old Mole Variety Hour. Monday mornings on KBOO 90.7 fm, Portland, Oregon.
 
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Densie Morris Hosts this episode of the Old Mole, which includes these segments: Bill Resnick speaks with Patricia Kullberg MD MPH about how premature disease, disability and death affects people of color, low income and immigrant communities in Portland, how the ...
 
In the second of a two part-interview, Desiree Hellegers interviews deaf activist Philip J. Wolfe about the ground-breaking work of providing nearly continuous access to deaf and hard of hearing activists at OccupyICEPDX, and about the struggles that deaf and hard of hea...
 
Thabiti Lewis queries what the national anthem debate tells us about America and democracy and raises questions regarding the sincerity of the recent ad campaign supporting Colin Kaepernick and how powerful forces in our society work to neutralize activist voices and pro...
 
Bill Resnick speaks with Patricia Kullberg MD MPH about how premature disease, disability and death affects people of color, low income and immigrant communities in Portland, how the health gap between those who live in privilege and those who don’t is driven by social c...
 
Laurie Mercier interviews Thomas Hanna, Research Director of the Democracy Collaborative, about democratic ownership and public banking. Hanna is author of the new book Our common wealth: The return of public ownership in the United States; a recent piece “We Need Public Ow...
 
Clayton Morgareidge discusses the way life in capitalist society limits our ability to take erotic pleasure in life and how a life of freedom from wage labor could make all life, including work, pleasurable. You can read an expanded version of this commentary here.
 
Movie Moles Denise Morris and Frann Michel review the film Killer of Sheep. It’s about African-American life in Watts in the early 1970s, and one of the "100 Essential Films" of all time according to the National Society of Film Critics. The film is available at Movie Madne...
 
Bill Resnick interviews Amy Cantrell, a minister who founded Beloved Community Asheville which organized to assist the poor people in Lumberton and Robeson County. As with Katrina and Sandy, the public authorities rush in to help the white and well to do and to protect thei...
 
Clayton Morgareidge hosts, and we hear: Bill Resnick talks with Amy Cantrell, a North Carolina minister who has been organizing to help victims of Hurricane Florence. Thomas Hanna of the Democracy Collaborative talks with the Old Mole’s Laurie Mercier about the ret...
 
Legal Moles Mike Snedeker and Jan Haaken discuss the legal, political, and psychological contexts around Brett Kavanaugh and what's ahead for his confirmation to the Supreme Court.Left & the Law Team Photo: Clayton MorgareidgeKavenaugh Photo Credit: JacobinMagazine
 
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Our latest podcast with Matt Senior and Jesse Williams is on dust devils. The Scientific American describes dust devils as small, rotating columns of air that we can see because of the dust and debris they pick up from the ground, resulting from a mini-weather system that occurs when one piece of ground heats up faster than the ground surroundi ...…
 
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Greg Hamerton is well known as the Paragliding Evangelist at Flybubble UK. His videos and articles on techniques, safety and adventures are a fountain of knowledge and entertainment. Greg was a competitor in the 2016 X-pyr and here he shares some insights into the 2018 route and some tactics that the competitors might employ. There is a condens ...…
 
Simon Blake is a pilot from the north-west of England. Having learnt to fly paragliders, he was very diligent about noting down his flights and what he learnt from them. A few years ago he put his collected experience into a book called Prepare to Fly, with the very apt subtitle Paragliding tips I wish Id learned sooner.If you havent read it ye ...…
 
Shobha Rao’s 2018 novel, Girls Burn Brighter is the story of two very poor Indian girls who become fast friends, and once they are separated, they spend much of the rest of their lives looking for one another. The two girls Poornima and Savitha, just a year or two apart in age. At fifteen Poornima came of marriageable age, and she stopped going ...…
 
The X-Pyr started in 2012 with just a dozen competitors. The first edition was 438km from Hondaribia on the Altantic coast to Port de la Selva on the Mediterranean. The biannual race flourished from there, with top hike and fly competitors from all over the world now coming to compete in the race.Having been an X-Alps supporter twice, Jesse Wil ...…
 
British acro pilots Lee Tryhorn, Alex Colbeck and Jack Pimblett set up the British Acro Paragliding Academy to promote the discipline and help pilots to progress in an organised, safe way. The BAPA aims to get British acro to the highest level.
 
Of the children she had found, the ones who did best over the long term were the ones who found a way to play. They created fantasy worlds in which to hide. Some even talked their captors into giving them toys. Escaping into another world was a way for them to disassociate safely, without losing touch with reality—unlike someone like Naomi, who ...…
 
With women’s Day just behind us, I am focusing my reading this month on women authors. I notice more and more when I peruse big distributors like Amazon that there is now a genre called “Women’s Fiction.” Not so long ago, this same genre might have been called romance novels, and I take both designations as at least faintly negative, alerting r ...…
 
Garth Stein begins his intriguing novel, A Sudden Light, with a quote from Anais Nin, “We do not see things the way they are, we see them as we are”, and with this Kantian insight he begins to tell a long story that calls into question the reliability of memory, the responsibilities of wealth, and the destruction of the forests of this country ...…
 
I want to talk to you today about a wonderful and inspiring book by Bryce Courtenay, The Power of One. I was moved by this book in a profound and lasting way. I am so thankful to my reader friends who continue to alert me to wonderful books that have somehow passed me by. The book is set in South Africa, and its hero (or I should say one of its ...…
 
I’ve decided to depart from my usual routine of reviewing a single book and instead talk about my favorite books over the past year. I make almost no attempt in my reading to stay current with what is being published. Thus, in 2016, I discovered Kent Haruf who had died just before I began reading him. I quickly read up everything he had written ...…
 
I want to talk to you this morning about a startlingly good book by the Pulitzer Prize winning author, Jennifer Egan. The Pultizer winning book, A Visit From the Good Squad, was a daringly different, even shocking book, but what is surprising about her newest novel, Manhattan Beach, is that it is a straight-forward historical novel. As one comm ...…
 
Every pilot has had a site briefing and most have provided one, but there is a dearth of guidance on how to effectively do one. In this podcast Judith Mole mulls over some of the critical information that should be given, how to give it and what not to do! Listening is key for the briefer, as is asking the right questions of the new pilot. Each ...…
 
I want to pay tribute to one of the really memorable writers of the last century and the first part of this one. Ivan Doig was born in 1939 and died in 2015. His last novel Last Bus to Wisdom, was published in the year he died. While I want to pay tribute to his entire oeuvre, I will focus in on the final work. Doig said of himself “I come from ...…
 
I started a novel a few weeks ago I was sure I would put down in a few pages: poor girl meets rich college boy and romance flares. The novel in question is White Fur, and I knew after not many pages I would be reading it clear through. The writing is gritty and glamorous, much like its heroine, Elise. The boy in question, Jamey, is not only ver ...…
 
Originally from the Isle of Wight, Lawrie lives and flies in the Peak District. A member of a flying family (his dad, uncle and cousin all fly), he was connected to flying from a young age. He was an instructor at Airways Airports for many years, but having a proper job now means he can only get out to fly for pleasure these days. Having won th ...…
 
I almost never read fantasy literature, and am even less likely to review it. However, I was so charmed by Eowyn Ivey’s The Snow Child, that besides buying several copies to send to nieces and nephews, I find I want to talk to you readers about the book this morning. I had never heard of the book, nor the Russian fairytale from which it is spun ...…
 
Thanks everybody, Bye for now. The post Mole Hole Seg6: The Last Show, Farewell…….. appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Talked many things this morning including naps, meatloaf, Serena Williams, Cardinals baseball, Blues, breakfast cereal, sweet vs savory, and more………… The post Mole Hole “Boulevard Brewing Co.” Seg5: The Last Show… appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Why can’t be people be happy for their fellow man despite differences? Stop stealing my fries. Sweet & savory go together…… The post Mole Hole “You’ve Got Maids” Seg4: Head Scratchers appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Talked many things this morning including naps, meatloaf, Serena Williams, Cardinals baseball, Blues, breakfast cereal, sweet vs savory, and more………… The post Mole Hole Seg3: The Last Show… appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Talked many things this morning including naps, meatloaf, Serena Williams, Cardinals baseball, Blues, breakfast cereal, sweet vs savory, and more………… The post Mole Hole Seg2: The Last Show… appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
The last Mole Hole featuring Dan Kertz in studio The post Mole Hole Seg1: Dan Kertz in studio appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
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Matt Berger from “That 590 Show” M-Tu-Th-Fr 6-8pm weeknights joined to talk NBA Draft and Cardinals baseball The post Mole Hole “Boulevard Brewing Co.” Seg5: Matt Berger appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Curt Price talks Vegas expansion draft, NHL draft, Blues off-season, and new Scottrade jumbotron. The post Mole Hole “You’ve Got Maids” Seg4: Curt Price LGB Radio appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Head Scratchers topics: President Trump drives his golf cart on a green, Mizzou renting out dorms for football games, Cardinals can buy AND sell at the deadline. The post Mole Hole Seg3: Head Scratchers appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Owner/GM of the St. Louis Surge Khalia Collier The post Mole Hole Seg2: Khalia Collier from St. Louis Surge appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Talked about the NBA Draft, and the weird coincidence with my late Dad’s socks today on his birthday The post Mole Hole Seg1: Show Open, My Dad’s Birthday appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Juan Sebastian Ospina, commonly known as Sebas, was born in Colombia, has lived for many years in England and now lives and works as a tandem pilot in Switzerland. A member of the UK national team, he is a multiple record-holder in a variety of countries. He holds the Colombian distance record, the UK declared triangle record and is the British ...…
 
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Randall Ritchey, contributor to St. Louis Game Time, joins to talk his thoughts on the Stanley Cup Finals, potential STL/Nashville rivalry, Blues offseason needs, the Las Vegas expansion draft…….. The post Mole Hole “Boulevard Brewing Co” Seg4: Randall Ritchey appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Derek Shore who covers the Springfield Cardinals and the Cardinals minor league pipeline for The Cardinal Nation at Scout.com, joins to talk Cards prospects. The post Mole Hole “You’ve Got Maids” Seg3: Derek Shore appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Took the family to Disney, Universal Studios, and Gulf Shores last week. I talk about the rides and experience at Disney/Universal, and get a little emotional talking about my son (9) who has Type 1 Diabetes, and the perfect day he had at Harry Potter World. The post Mole Hole Seg2: My Family Vacation appeared first on insidestl.com.…
 
Glad to be bac k live, thoughts on Lebron v Jordan, Pitino/Louisville, US Open/Joe Buck…. The post Mole Hole Seg1: Show Open appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Tim Pentreath is an Advance UK XC Team pilot from Bath. He has been flying for many, many years and last year finally made his first 200+ km flight in the UK - joining a small, select group of people to have achieved this. He is Mr. Advance in the SW and also keeps and informative and entertaining flying blog at https://flyaszent.wordpress.com/ ...…
 
What could the future Cardinals rotation look like? Do they sign Lance Lynn? Can Wacha stay healthy? EIGHT legitimate prospects on the way in the next 2 years The post Mole Hole You’ve Got Maids Seg5: Future Cards Rotation? appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
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