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Unpacking Japan

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Welcome to Unpacking Japan, a podcast that explores the experiences of people living in Japan. Our channel is dedicated to discussing topics related to work and life in Japan as well as cultural differences, language barriers, food and travel. Unpacking Japan is hosted by Tobi who is passionate about Japan and has a first-hand experience of the challenges and joys of living as a foreigner in this beautiful country. Tobi's guests include expats or locals who share their unique perspectives an ...
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Oh God It Hz!

JJJ & GameAgentET

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Live on tape from Tucson, AZ & Osaka, Japan… JJJ and GameAgent ET deliver a biweekly blast of insight on the world of video gaming through a retro-fueled lens as a pair of lifelong friends catching up over hot mics across the Pacific Ocean. Sometimes it’s taking on gaming’s biggest issues with the history of the biz firmly in mind, sometimes it’s an open requiem for cool things, people, and places we miss, but there’s always an inside joke being slipped into the cracks as two gentlemen whose ...
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Everyone has a music story. I interview fans just like you and me who have had great encounters with their musical heroes! 15 minutes of straight talk on a cool musical story. Maybe because of musical karma….Famous people like to run into me. It’s just really fun to talk with Ben Harper in a park about life, have a beer with John Welsley Harding at a Philly bar, kiss Juliana Hatfield (it happened), drink with Michael Buble in Osaka Japan, meeting the legendary blues-man James Cotton backstag ...
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From anime to sushi , from Tokyo to Osaka , this podcast takes you on an audio journey to Japan. Hear me narrate my experiences as an exchange student in Japan .Hope to answer your queries about Japan as we go!! Insta https://instagram.com/anushreee_15?utm_medium=copy_link Gmail. anushreejm869@gmail.com
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messa.tv

messaliberty

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A show featuring news, views and tips from Osaka, Japan. Presented by Hiroyuki Shinohara and Ian Cheung. Produced by messaliberty, the company that brings you hulor.com, helping you find interesting stuff online without the work of searching.
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The podcast from Osaka for Japanese language learners. Especially advanced level learners around JLPT N1 N2 level. Talking about grammar, culture, society, what we can see through the language. 日本語上級レベル向けポッドキャストです。 พอดแคสต์สำหรับคนที่เรียนภาษาญี่ปุ่นระดับสูง หรือ ระดับ N1,N2 พูดเป็นภาษาญี่ปุ่นเท่านั้น 感想やメッセージがあればぜひ送ってください。→ jpnpodcast@gmail.com レッスンに興味がある方→ http://www.jpnlessonosaka.net/ Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/nishifumi355/ Please support me with the amazon gift card if you l ...
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This is a Japodcast for Japeople about the unanswered questions and rampant confusion that ensue when a man who speaks no Japanese and knows little to nothing about Japanese culture got sent to live and work in Osaka, Japan for 1 year.
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A weekly podcast by 3 fast runners, for all runners. Brady Threlfall (2.19 marathon), Julian Spence (2.14 marathon) and Bradley Croker (2.17 Marathon) talk distance running news, training, review running gear, check in with guests and cover races in a relaxed format. http://bit.do/IRPDONATE
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Hailo, launched in London in 2011 is a free app which enables people to hail and pay for a licensed taxi via their phone. Founded by three taxi drivers and three internet entrepreneurs it is now available in 13 cities around the world, including London, Madrid, New York and Osaka. Founders Russell Hall and Caspar Woolley discuss their success story.
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(Formerly The Marketplace of Ideas.) A world-traveling interview show where Colin Marshall sits down for in-depth conversations with cultural creators, internationalists, and observers of the urban scene about the work they do and the world cities they do it in, from Los Angeles to Osaka to Mexico City to London to Seoul and beyond.
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Keepin' It Strong Style

Social Suplex Podcast Network

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Keepin' It Strong Style is a weekly New Japan Pro Wrestling podcast, hosted by Jeremy Donovan and the "Young Boy" Josh Smith. They provide in-depth analysis, reviews, and predictions on all things NJPW. Tune in for expert analysis and entertaining banter on one of the most exciting wrestling promotions in the world!
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Tennis Channel Inside-In

Tennis Channel, Tennis Channel Podcast Network

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Produced out of the state of the art Tennis Channel Studios in Santa Monica, California, host Mitch Michals takes you inside the world of professional tennis with the past, present, and future of the sport. Featuring Tennis Channel broadcasters, players, and many others who eat, sleep & breathe tennis. Stay in the loop and in the know with Tennis Channel Inside-In.
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A tennis podcast to feed your passion for the game! We are a non profit that interviews tennis professionals and discuss the PRO Tour tips, news, and reviews for your game. Our mission is to bring tennis educatio to the underserved. Host Phillip Kim is Tennis Pro at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena, CA and Director of nonprofit LoveSetMatch. Show notes available at www.lovesetmatch.org Donate today to help support the mission!
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This podcast is about sharing that running journey, its here to help inspire and motivate others to join and take part in the best sport in the world! Running! Along the journey you’ll also get the chance to hear from a range of coaches, athletes and running experts their backgrounds and how they go about getting the most out of their running. Sharing some of their secrets and training tips, to help expose you to some new ways of thinking and operating!
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The Asian Review of Books is the only dedicated pan-Asian book review publication. Widely quoted, referenced, republished by leading publications in Asian and beyond and with an archive of more than two thousand book reviews, the ARB also features long-format essays by leading Asian writers and thinkers, excerpts from newly-published books and reviews of arts and culture. Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/asian-review
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Odlum Brown VanOpen

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The Odlum Brown VanOpen is Western Canada’s largest and most celebrated tennis event. It offers a total of $208,320 USD in prize money and provides players the opportunity to gain valuable world-ranking points on both the ATP and WTA Tours. It annually attracts 130 international and professional players from over 33 countries. Milos Raonic, Maria Sharapova, Andy Murray, Johanna Konta, Kevin Anderson, Eugenie Bouchard, Vasek Pospisil, Marion Bartoli, Naomi Osaka and Karolina Pliskova are amon ...
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Vacation Mavens

Kimberly Tate and Tamara Gruber

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Vacation Mavens is a family travel podcast offering destination inspiration and travel tips for traveling with kids. Co-hosted by Family Travel bloggers, friends, and moms Kimberly Tate from Stuffed Suitcase and Tamara Gruber from We3Travel. Each week we chat about our recent travels and interview fellow parents and family travel experts about destinations or travel tips to provide the info you need to jumpstart family vacation planning and tips to get you out the door.
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The Climate Pod is a wide-ranging conversation with leading experts on the politics, economics, activism, culture, science, and social justice issues at the heart of the climate crisis. Hear from guests like Jane Goodall, Bill McKibben, Al Roker, David Wallace-Wells, Katharine Hayhoe, Adam McKay, Bill Nye, Robert Bullard, Catherine Coleman Flowers, Ted Danson, Gina McCarthy, Paul Krugman, and many more. Hosted by brothers Ty and Brock Benefiel.
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We’re the Travel Squad, long time friends traveling the world together - one passport stamp at a time! In this podcast Kim, Brittanie, and Jamal share international vacations, destination recommendation, national park adventures and recommended hikes, epic road trips, guided tour experiences, and show you how to make weekend getaways possible. All while providing tips, hacks, and travel advice to save money and get the most out of YOUR trips. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify. ...
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Tennish

Tennish/Tennis Channel Podcast Network

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Join Tennis Broadcasters Gigi Salmon & Naomi Cavaday as they bring their off-air conversations on-air. Lots of Tennis and plenty of ish!
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PechaKucha Night Kyoto

PechaKucha Night Kyoto

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Welcome to the Pecha Kucha Night Kyoto podcast. Join us as we interview past speakers for a deeper look at what they are most passionate about. Kyoto always attracts a wonderful variety of people: students, artists, scholars, and activists from not just Kyoto but Osaka, Kansai, and beyond. PechaKucha Night Kyoto is held once every 3 months in Kyoto, Japan. We love locals and visitors! Get in touch if you want to present. Or just come to watch and enjoy the community. For details and contact ...
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VS Voices

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Award-winning host and advocate Amanda de Cadenet connects with trailblazing women around the world to celebrate the multifaceted nature of the female experience. From models and athletes, to actors and designers, these honest conversations explore how their unique voices and journeys leave the world better than they found it. The VS Voices podcast provides a platform for women to speak their diverse truths, share personal stories, and advance discussions of issues that are important to them ...
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Shannon Osaka has been one of our favorite climate journalists for years. So we were incredibly excited to have her on this week for a wide-ranging conversation on a variety of climate issues - like microplastics, extreme weather costs in the US, and covering climate change as we exceed 1.5 degrees of warming above pre-industrial levels. Shannon al…
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In this weeks episode we are giving you a Travel Throwback to one of our most popular episodes, Episode 43: Traveling Through Japan – Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, and Hiroshima [Part 2 of 2] This episode is an "oldie but goodie" and features OG Squad member Zeina. Japan is an amazing country and one of The Squad's favorite countries we’ve ever visited on ou…
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Step right up to the buffet line and join Scott and Jim as they recount our mouthwatering escapade to the legendary BC Osaka buffet in Merrillville, Indiana. It's not just about the food; it's the experience of navigating the culinary maze that makes this adventure so scrumptious. We're dishing out the juicy details of our favorite picks, like the …
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Ben and Tumaini reconvened this week to react to the news that the WTA Finals are going to Saudi Arabia, a move that felt unfathomable five years ago but has more recently felt inevitable. What do we make of the news? Should women's sports be held to a different standard when it comes to selling out? And what does the deal say about both the recent…
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Meet David a Mexican who worked in Japan on famous IPs like Sonic and Mario. He shares his experience about working in Japan in this industry. Follow David: https://uchiu.net/ Follow us on our social media: https://youtube.com/@unpackingjapanshorts https://www.buzzsprout.com/2158416 https://www.instagram.com/unpacking_japan https://www.x.com/unpack…
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Running 1000km months and embracing the Japanese running culture with UK runner, Jake Barraclough. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music: Track: Feeling Good — Broke in Summer [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: • Feeling Good — Broke in Summer | Free... Free Download / …
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Welcome back to Just The Tip, our Friday mini episode series! This week we're breaking down the perks and benefits of two of the top travel credit cards on the market today. The Squad has both of these credit cards, we know them, we use them, we love them. And while both are great, each one offers different benefits with its point system, partners,…
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305 Super J-Cast Sakura Genesis Review & Windy City Riot Preview (w/ Suit Williams) Joel is joined by VOW's Suit Williams for an in-depth review of Sakura Genesis including Naito's new role, Tsuji learning on the job and House of Torture saturation. Next up is a full preview of Windy City Riot with discussion on Naito v Mox outcomes, Punk's backsta…
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It's a massive review and preview show. The lads breakdown the key stories directions from Sakura Genesis and speculate about how these will progress at both Windy City Riot in Chicago and Wrestling World Taiwan. Is it Mox's time? To join the Club or grab some merch to support the show. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠thestiff.club ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Or ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠…
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It's another dynamic episode of Inside-In, as the tennis calendar officially flips to clay season. Leif Shiras & Jan-Michael Gambill return to the podcast to recap the title runs in Charleston and Houston made by Danielle Collins & Ben Shelton, with the latter set to be the top ranked American man next week. The broadcasters break down all the acti…
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The Middle East remains one of the world’s most complicated, thorny—and, uncharitably, unstable—parts of the world, as countless headlines make clear. Internal strife, regional competition and external interventions have been the region’s history for the past several decades. Robert Kaplan—author, foreign policy thinker, longtime writer on internat…
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In this weeks episode of Better With Running Podcast. Chriso provides a training update Zacca gives us the low down on his knee, as he plays the waiting game until seeing the sports doctor, as he hits the XT routine. In this weeks #teamrun2pb athlete interview, Jonathan Squire joins the boys for a chat about his time so far with Run2PB, joining in …
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Tim King is the bassist for SOiL and will head to the UK with (Hed) PE, Nonpoint and The Union Underground and will tour Europe in 2024. He talks about his friendships with Wayne Static (Static-X) and Burton C. Bell (Fear Factory) plus how lead singer Ryan left the band for Drowning Pool and then came back to SOil. Tim also talks about his death me…
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336: Jess Stenson qualifies at Daegu Marathon | Box Hill Classic | Canberra Marathon This episode is sponsored by Precision Fuel & Hydration, check out their free online planner that you can use to work out how much carb, sodium and fluid you need to perform at your best. Click here then use the code at checkout as mentioned on the show for a disco…
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Weather News Live is a 24-hour a day stream dedicated to reporting the weather... sort of. It has gained huge popularity on the internet over the last few years with live shows hosted by "Casters", young women who have attracted huge fanbases. By far the most popular has been Saya Hiyama who, in mid-2023, found herself at the centre of a controvers…
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Calvin Betton, George Bellshaw and James Gray are back behind the microphones to look at all the biggest stories of the week - and celebrate Henry Patten and Harri Heliovaara's victory in Marrakesh. The WTA has confirmed that its biggest tournament, the WTA Finals, will be held in Riyadh for the next three years in a deal worth around $50m in prize…
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The Six Button Samurai and @GameAgentET (OGiH) are quite excited about SNK’s journey back to Southtown, in the form of FATAL FURY: CITY OF THE WOLVES, and we dive headlong into the previews to discuss how we felt about the first reveal of this LONG-awaited follow-up to 1999’s Garou: Mark of the Wolves. But that’s not all we have in store, as we tal…
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Episode 237 - This week we’re going down to the Jersey Shore to live out our first bumping dreams in Seaside! On this 5-day vacation, we also visited Cape May, NJ and Philidelphia, PA where we met with honorary squadies IRL. These destinations are all close enough to bundle together for a trip to remember. Book your room where we stayed in Cape May…
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Although much has been written about the Nazis, one aspect of their rule has been all but overlooked: gambling. While philosophically opposed to gambling, in practice the Nazis relied on gambling to prop up Germany's economy, earn hard currency, and wage war. In Gambling Under the Swastika: Casinos, Horse Racing, Lotteries, and Other Forms of Betti…
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On this week's episode, Jeremy Donovan and the "Young Boy" Josh Smith review all the happenings from Sakura Genesis which featured Yota Tsuji challenging Tetsuya Naito for the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship. They also preview this Friday's Windy City Riot show taking place at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago. Follow us on YouTube: @SocialSuplex F…
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Get ready to slam into the excitement with Scott and Jim as they break down the thrill-a-minute spectacle that is WrestleMania 40! From the towering feats in the Andre the Giant Battle Royal to our gutsy calls on the Hall of Fame night, we've got predictions that'll have you on the edge of your seat. Will Bron Breaker bulldoze the competition, or w…
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Nadja is a traditional Japanese kaiseki chef who lives in Kyoto, she shares her insights into traditional Japanese food restaurant world and her experience working in those restaurants. Follow Nadja: https://www.instagram.com/natsu.kichi__ https://kaiseki-at-home.com/ Follow us on our social media: https://youtube.com/@unpackingjapanshorts https://…
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Welcome to our first episode of Just The Tip! In this week's mini episode we each share our #1 favorite destination. It's hard to pick just one, but tune in to hear more about 3 hot spots around the country we love! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Trip Meet Up: New River Gorge Rafting Weekend June 7-10, 2024 Shop: Trip I…
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While the topic of relationships in professional sports teams is gaining greater attention from researchers and practitioners, the role that coach and athlete language plays in shaping these relationships remains largely unexplored. How Language Shapes Relationships in Professional Sports Teams: Power and Solidarity Dynamics in a New Zealand Rugby …
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Ben and Tumaini answer listener questions and recap the month that was in March, where Indian Wells and Miami formed the Sunshine Double and changed some of the forecasts of the sport. We start with Indian Wells, where Swiatek and Alcaraz won their second titles and Novak Djokovic lost early and bailed on the swing. We then head to Miami, where Dan…
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Joel and Damon return for their preview of 2024 Sakura Genesis. The guys give predictions and preview YOH vs. SHO, Shingo Takagi vs. EVIL, and Tetsuya Naito vs. Yota Tsuji. They also discuss Zack Sabre Jr and the TV Title, IKEA, and KOPW Provisional Championship, and answer your questions. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/super-j-cas…
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Tennis Now journalist Chris Oddo joins the podcast to recap the 2024 Miami Open, which saw Jannik Sinner and Danielle Collins hoist the trophies when all was said and done. Oddo discusses the sustained brilliance being shown on and off the court by Sinner, and analyzes the career resurgence by Miami finalist Grigor Dimitrov. He also examines the fr…
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Glynne Walley, translator of classic Japanese novel Hakkenden, joins us on the podcast again to talk about his second translated volume: Hakkenden, Part 2: His Master’s Blade (Cornell East Asia Series: 2024). Unlike Part 1—which is all preamble!—in Part 2 we meet some of the fabled eight dog warriors and the Confucian virtues they represent: Shino,…
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Glynne Walley, translator of classic Japanese novel Hakkenden, joins us on the podcast again to talk about his second translated volume: Hakkenden, Part 2: His Master’s Blade (Cornell East Asia Series: 2024). Unlike Part 1—which is all preamble!—in Part 2 we meet some of the fabled eight dog warriors and the Confucian virtues they represent: Shino,…
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Join us for a special episode of the Running Podcast as we catch up with Elise Beacom! Elise shares insights into her marathon recovery journey and gives us a glimpse into how she's been spending her time post-marathon. Plus, we dive into her recent workouts and discuss the progress. We also get updates on how some of Elise's athletes have been per…
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The Stiff Bois are leaving the meta-discourse in the dust and focussing on providing a classic WWS style preview show. Every match on the card will be dissected to uncover the key narratives, character motivations and potential future directions for all involved. Sakura Genesis, in many ways, feels like a landmark moment in the future direction of …
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As an ethnography of a Japanese dairy farm while having theoretical values going beyond the specific context, Hokkaido Dairy Farm: Cosmopolitics of Otherness and Security on the Frontiers of Japan (SUNY Press, 2024) offers a historical and ethnographic examination of the rapid industrialization of the dairy industry in Tokachi, Hokkaido. The book b…
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For decades, the biggest pushback against renewable energy was that it was more expensive to generate than electricity that came from the burning of fossil fuels. But all that changed in 2016 when both solar and wind-generated electricity became cheaper than electricity generated by coal and natural gas, at least when using the industry-standard me…
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335: World Cross Country Championships | Albie Thomas Mile This episode is sponsored by Precision Fuel & Hydration, check out their free online planner that you can use to work out how much carb, sodium and fluid you need to perform at your best. Click here then use the code at checkout as mentioned on the show for a discount. Brad gets in more mil…
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FACTCHECK FROM JAMES: I said I was watching Charleston on red clay. I was of course watching *Houston*, not Charleston. Houston = reddish brown clay, Charleston = still equals mucky grey-green. Apologies... Calvin Betton joins James Gray (inews.co.uk) and George Bellshaw (man of the people) from the ATP 250 in Marrakesh to discuss a very busy few d…
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Tamara is hosting an all-women small group trip to Portugal this fall and she would love for you to join her! Find out all the details and sign up here. Did you know that Kim has been on safaris in four African countries? Today she shares some great tips that will help you decide where you might want to go, understand the differences between variou…
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In this weeks Travel Throwback episode we are going way back to Episode 56: Hiking Grand Teton National Park. This episode is an "oldie but goodie", and features O.G. Squad member Zeina. Spring is here and it's the perfect time to start planning that spring trip to Grand Teton National Park for this travel season or next. Spring is a magical time t…
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TennisPAL Chronicles is A tennis podcast to feed your passion for the game! We are tennis fans that interview tennis professionals and discuss tips, news, and reviews for your tennis game. TennisPAL Chronicles is produced by LoveSetMatch : A 501c3 non profit health and fitness organization that uses Tennis to reach disadvantaged youth in Southern C…
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On this week's episode, Jeremy Donovan and the "Young Boy" Josh Smith are joined by Karen Peterson to preview Sakura Genesis. They also discuss the Road to Sakura Genesis, Windy City Riot, and all the latest news in the world of New Japan Pro Wrestling. Follow us on YouTube: @SocialSuplex Follow us on X: @SocialSuplex, @KIStrongStyle, @JeremyLDonov…
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The former world #6 José Higueras won 16 titles on the pro tour, semi'd the French twice, and upon retirement coached a massive amount of players to huge success. José coached Michael Chang to his French Open title in 1989, and then was with Jim Courier fort his 4 majors and ascendance to the #1 ranking. In 2008 after they won the US Open, he left …
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