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The Obituary Writer of Crestfall, Idaho finds himself deeply in over his head as he investigates a series of strange and mysterious deaths… when he is supposed to simply be writing obituaries. Along the way he encounters murderous farmers, man-eating cats, haunted bicycles, and a healthy dose of ominous shadows.
 
Lectures on international law issues by eminent scholars, practitioners and judges of national and international courts. The lecture series is brought to you by the Public International Law Discussion Group, part of the Law Faculty of the University of Oxford, and is supported by the British Branch of the International Law Association and Oxford University Press. Further details of this series can be found on the Public International Law -https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-subject-groups/grad ...
 
PJ's like the best friend you never had; easy to love, impossible to hate, and takes endless roasts from her mate Jase, like a champ. And the other half? Known for his pranks and borderline antics on and off-air, Jase the wit master is damn-near impossible to stump and knows a good VonZipper trucker cap when he sees one. Tune in weekday mornings from 6am on Melbourne's KIIS 1011.
 
Public Domain newspaper articles in the US span a period of nearly two and a half centuries. Subjects, styles, period, publisher, and length vary greatly. This collection is a sampling of twenty such articles including one from the Journal de Paris. Although some of the works on the LibriVox catalog such as the Federalist Papers were published in newspapers, this is the first collection of newspaper articles. (Summary by James Smith).
 
Nautilus takes a story from the magazine and explores it in sound. There are often lovely turns, interludes, and broader abstractions--characteristic of our innovative science media. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Each episode we tackle a topic that influences the way we view ourselves and the world. We hear from a variety of people: from scientists and philosophers to everyday people who are impacted by the topic.
 
Your daily arts & culture update, brought to you by Slate. Hear more Slate articles at Slate.com/Voice. Want to hear a daily selection of the magazine’s best stories? Learn more at slate.com/voice A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
Born in 2014, Hogtown Talks is a podcast featuring conversations with Toronto's most interesting people. Chefs, writers, artists, drifters—whoever—all are welcome to the circus. Host Barry Jordan Chong has worn many hats in the media game, but above all, he is a clinical Torontonian. Barry started this podcast because he has a big mouth and would like to work on his listening. Though he lives downtown, he has learned to appreciate his native Etobicoke.
 
Office Murder Club (OMC) started with three midwest co-workers who loved all things true crime. It has expanded, changed and developed over the last few years and now features four core members who listen to podcasts and documentaries in order to survive working in a customer support environment. In addition to listening while at work, we also record our own podcasts (generally once/week) and horror reviews. Our conversations often are a bit unnerving or even frighten our co-workers, deeming ...
 
Theodore Winthrop (1828 – 1861) was a charismatic writer, lawyer, and world traveler. In the New York Seventh Regiment, he was one of the first Union officers killed in the American Civil War. He wrote two articles for The Atlantic Monthly, the first of an intended series on the nascent civil war. He was killed in the Battle Of Big Bethel in June 1861 before he finished the third article. This librivox recording consists of the two finished articles and the Atlantic Monthly obituary which it ...
 
[Up until Ep 37, formerly known as: AFTER READING THIS AND THAT. See bottom of description box for more info.] A long-form conversational podcast where a cute AF, love-drunk British couple talk about their lives, fun stories, big ideas, etc. Anything at all really. And, look, it's probably gonna be super duper rambly. Because that's not a brand. It's a lifestyle. (Although we will of course have branded merch coming out in the first quarter of 2025) Basically, it'll be sometimes serious, som ...
 
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This week on On Story, filmmakers Stanley Kalu and Ali Leroi discuss the journey of bringing The Obituary of Tunde Johnson from a screenplay competition to the screen. The film follows an African-American teenager that is trapped in a terrifying time loop after being shot to death by police. Ali LeRoi is an Emmy Award-winning writer who is best kno…
 
Did Democrats hide that Biden has Dementia? Ryan shares what Sky News Australia had to say about it and gives perspective on why it matters. Following that, Ryan revisits his conversation with author David Brown about the latest rover to land on Mars. This morning Kevin Killen talks obituaries on his Best of A Whole ‘Nother Story. See omnystudio.co…
 
The group Black Violin has been nominated for their first Grammy for their album "Take the Stairs." We revisit our conversation with the duo behind Black Violin. And, at The New York Times, obituary writer Glenn Rifkin has had to pivot to cover those who have died from the coronavirus. Rifkin talks about his process and ideology.…
 
In November 2019 Victorian volunteer firefighters were deployed to Northern NSW – the area where the devastating 2019/20 bushfire season began. Included in that group were firefighters Luke Summerscales from the Wonga Park Fire Brigade and Jessica Jacobs from the Hoddles Creek Fire Brigade. They were conducting backburning to prevent further wildfi…
 
It took 70 days, 3 hours, and 48 minutes for Jasmine Harrison to row across the Atlantic Ocean — a 3,000-mile journey from the Canary Islands to Antigua. Harrison, the youngest woman ever to row solo across an ocean, joins us. And, KUOW reporter Deborah Wang talks about the problems her mother ran into signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine.…
 
Investigative Reporter Elliot Davis of Fox 2 News has released another amazing story revealing six-figure salaries and high-priced offices at the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership. Host Ryan Wrecker has some clips. In other news, a woman was scammed out of $340,000 in wire transfers. Should your bank have an obligation to step in when tran…
 
Sarah Klein is a former gymnast and the first known victim of Larry Nassar. She is now an attorney and joins host Ryan Wrecker to discuss her focus on representing victims of sexual abuse. Media and political strategist Adam Weiss, CEO of AMW PR, examines the level of hard journalism during the Biden administration. If you like what you hear, we're…
 
Today, host Ryan Wrecker went grocery shopping and came away with an opening segment. Hear why he is (jokingly) calling out a nice elderly woman! Next, he provides updates on a bill that would create new protections for police and increased penalties for Missouri protesters. Later, WJR Radio producer Mike Parsons tells the saga of the lost dog in t…
 
Thousands of U.S. veterans came home from Operation Desert Storm with health problems that are now referred to as Gulf War illness. And, two Texas pastors who referred to Kamala Harris as a "Jezebel" are facing backlash for using a word that has become shorthand for a wicked woman. Author Tamura Lomax explains the dangers of using the term.…
 
Author Elizabeth Miki Brina looks at family, identity and the difficult relationship between the Japanese city and the U.S. in her new memoir "Speak, Okinawa: A Memoir." And, Facebook has ended its standoff with Australia after a fight over proposed legislation that would force social media companies to pay news organizations to host their content.…
 
A Missouri health director says there is no plan to move teachers to the front of the vaccine line. Host Ryan Wrecker asks if teachers should get treated as equals with the elderly as we push for more kids in the classroom. He also discusses an LA County protest against the school lockdowns, unnecessary items stuffed inside the House Democrats' $1.…
 
KMOX legal analyst Brad Young of the law firm Harris, Dowell Fisher & Young explains the blow the Supreme Court dealt former President Donald Trump in regards to his tax returns. Host Ryan Wrecker examines the “Valentine Sally” story from Arizona involving a St. Louis County woman. Producer and author Ryan Wiggins from our sister station KFTK News …
 
Los Angeles has opened vaccination sites in neighborhoods that have been hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Nurse practitioner Shannon Fernando talks about street medicine, where staff are often forced to travel to find patients experiencing homelessness. And, Ewart "U-Roy" Beckford died last week at 78. We remember the Jamaican deejay wh…
 
Swimmer Dara Torres won 12 Olympic medals over 25-years, but underneath her success she struggled with an eating disorder early in her career. Torres discusses a new documentary that tells her story. And, nearly 500,000 people have died from COVID-19 in the U-S — more than in any other country. Dr. Peter Hotez talks about the death toll.…
 
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