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BADLANDS

Double Elvis

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Badlands is a true crime podcast that explores the real life stories of the famous at their most infamous. Badlands is voiced by Jake Brennan, host of the award-winning podcast DISGRACELAND. In Badlands, each episode digs into the crimes and scandals of our most beloved cultural figures. How did Marilyn Monroe really die? What caused Heath Ledger to end up on the bad side of revenge-seeking paparazzi? How did Winona Ryder help solve a kidnapping case in her adoptive hometown? New scripted ep ...
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Checking the Gate Podcast

Robert Wright-Stasko and Mike Patti

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This is a show for those spiritual people who love film, and also those cinefiles feel that there is more to life than what we know. Each month, Robert and Mike will creativly evaluate a new film.
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High Intensity Business is a high intensity strength training and strength training business podcast offering content to help you realise your health goals, become a great personal trainer, and build a successful HIT business. Content includes training protocols, workouts, exercise science, nutrition, and biohacking. From a HIT business perspective, we cover personal training, coaching, startup, sales, marketing, operations, systems, hiring, scaling, etc. Guests include Dr Doug McGuff, Drew ...
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Hosted by Deborah Solmor, a seasoned higher education general counsel, chief compliance officer and accomplished litigator. Deborah has spent the last 10 years supporting various colleges and universities. Each episode of EdUp Experience Legal will focus on trending higher education legal and regulatory topics. And she and her guests will discuss them without the use of LEGALESE. To the contrary, these episodes are designed to specially avoid legalese and make the legalEASY. Join us in leavi ...
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This podcast is hosted by Gheramy Demery, a homeschooled comedian who can be socially inept in most situations. Watch interviews where he awkwardly asks questions to guests while trying to further his understand the world he lives in.
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HuffPost Religion

The Huffington Post/Panoply

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From the Pope to Patti Smith -- All Together is dedicated to exploring how religion ideas, ethics and spiritual practices inform and shape our personal lives, our communities and our world. Host Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush is the Executive Editor of HuffPost Religion, which is America's most widely-read religion website.
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Race and Regulation

Penn Program on Regulation

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The podcast, "Race and Regulation," focuses on the most fundamental responsibility of any society: ensuring equal justice, and dignity and respect, to all people. Listen as leading scholars uncover how government regulations across a wide range of areas—including voting rights, child welfare, banking, land use, and more—have contributed to racial inequities, as well as how regulatory changes could help build a more just society. The podcast features some of today’s foremost experts working o ...
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Welcome to Outlander Cast: An Outlander Podcast with Mary & Blake, your go-to source for all things related to the Starz original series Outlander. Join us as we dive into the captivating world of this time-traveling saga, based on the acclaimed novel series by Diana Gabaldon. In this podcast, we recap and review each episode of Outlander, the hit historical drama that has captured the hearts of viewers worldwide. Starring the talented Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall, a former World War II ...
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The Nosy Hens Podcast

The Nosy Hens Podcast

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The Nosy Hens Podcast is a fun true crime show that offers laughs and true crime. Each week join co-hosts ARain & Jazz as they tell stories of crimes of passion, jealousy, insanity and more. Welcome to the chicken coop y’all...
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Humans Doing Business

Matt Browning & Adam Griggs

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The Humans Doing Business podcast features authentic small business stories from people in the trenches. Matt Browning and Adam Griggs interview leaders small businesses who have overcome the incredible challenges of launching, branding, financing, staffing, social media marketing, growing and increasing profitability. Learn straight from our entrepreneurs exactly what made their business successful, how they survived making mistakes, and how it isn't all peaches and cream behind the scenes! ...
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As the first insider Beatles tell-all (not counting Francie Schwartz's Body Count - because why would I) - 1983's The Love You Make, a collaboration between Brian Epstein's protege Peter Brown and today's guest, shocked fans with what was perceived as an airing of dirty laundry. Drug use, infidelity, betrayal, wife-swapping, and overall bad behavio…
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Is offering discounts the best strategy for high-intensity training businesses, or can you achieve success without them? Discover Strength CEO Luke Carlson returns to the podcast to talk about what you need to know if you’re thinking about using discounts to get (or keep) customers, the right way to do these, and some big mistakes you need to avoid…
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He was a professional killer. A warrior trained from birth. A member of the deadliest squad of assassins in The Association. But that was before he tried to go solo. And before they tried to kill him. They made one mistake though – they didn’t finish the job. Now the Black Mamba is back and he won’t stop until he’s got his hands on the ultimate pri…
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In the shadowy underworld of early 20th-century New York City, a nefarious counterfeiting operation run by cunning Sicilian criminals thrived—until William Flynn and the U.S. Secret Service set their sights on bringing the ring to justice. At the heart of the story is the classic clash between good and evil, law and lawlessness. But in William Flyn…
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Pete Rose was the biggest winner in baseball history. He played more games. He had more hits. The numbers prove he was, unequivocally, the best. But his desire to win became an all-consuming compulsion both on and off the baseball diamond. When he could no longer rack up wins on the field as a player, he sought out other ways to feel like a winner.…
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What one thing gives even experienced personal trainers and HIT business owners the biggest headaches and how can you avoid this? Pete Cerqua returns and explains how getting your rates and policies right can set you up for operating a fitness business you'll be happy to keep running and avoid the pain of being walked over like a doormat by terribl…
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Before Patty Hearst appeared as an actress in John Waters' movies, she captivated America on the silver screen as a hostage terrorized by the Symbionese Liberation Army. When the newspaper heiress was kidnapped by the radical organization in 1974, the country sympathized with her plight. But after just a few months, the SLA’s guns weren’t pointing …
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Through the mist of forgotten histories, the figure of William J. Flynn beckons, offering a glimpse into a life that, though eclipsed by time, remains a testament to human endeavor and spirit. In the early 20th century, Flynn, known as the “Bulldog Detective,” was one of the most famous detectives in America. As head of the U.S. Secret Service and …
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At last: the SATB conversation with the man who brought The Beatles' road manager's long missing manuscript to press. Living The Beatles Legend is the story Mal wanted to tell before his life ended at 40 in Los Angeles in a hail of gunfire in 1976. But perhaps the wait was worth it to get his insider eye-witness story augmented by research and inte…
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Joe Namath was the Elvis and the Beatles of the gridiron at a time when the NFL was full of players with flat personalities. He was the catalyst that turned athletes into leaders, steering the cultural zeitgeist. Blonde bombshells drove onto the field in Cadillacs to pick him up. He intercepted women from Mick Jagger in New York nightclubs. He wore…
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Want to know how High-Intensity Training can take your strength training business to the next level? If you've ever been skeptical of or wanted to know exactly why and exactly how HIT can earn you millions (no exaggeration — we have the receipts!), legendary trainer Pete Cerqua returns to talk about just exactly how you can do that. Pete is the aut…
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As captivating as actress Lana Turner was on screen, her personal life off screen was more dramatic than any movie could hope to be. Her father, turning up dead over a poker pot. Her co-star, Sean Connery, throwing down with pre-Bond panache when her boyfriend threatened to beat her up. And that same boyfriend, Johnny Stompanato, winding up dead in…
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ary & Blake discuss everything YOU had to say about the Outlander season 7B "release window". In this episode, we chat the WIDE range of responses which go from "I'm just happy to get anything" to "cancel season 8". We also chat about the WGA strikes, the possibility of an Outlander movie and what that could look like, and why "Jeff Hirsch" is now …
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Mary & Blake recap and give reaction to STARZ's announcement of Outlander Season 7B release window. We discuss the recent news that Outlander has a release window of November '24, the different versions for the delay --and the difference between the cynical version, the creative/hopeful version, and the more sinister business version, and why the s…
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Sonny Liston transcended a life of petty crime, police busts, and prison time to become the heavyweight champion of the world. He was so feared as a fighter, however, that he made it to the big time with the financial backing of a rogue’s gallery of infamous underworld figures. That dubious association would win him some fights, lose him some fight…
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What do you need to know to design and execute the best possible HIT workouts for your clients and how can you teach your strength studio’s trainers to do the same? Inform Fitness’ Robert Francis is a MedX clinician and master strength trainer with over 40 years of professional experience, multiple certifications, and a wealth of knowledge and expe…
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Hustling on the streets of New York. Wagering with a U.S. president over who could sleep with more women. Knocking back beers with Elvis. Waving his gun around at the funeral of Jay Sebring, one of the victims of Charles Manson’s murderous family. The same family that had their sights now set on the King of Cool, Steve McQueen, who needed the speed…
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The mystery of Patty Hearst’s transformation from a college student born into privilege to a Marxist militant wielding an M-1 carbine in a bank robbery remains as compelling as ever on the 50th anniversary of her kidnapping. The abduction of William Randolph Heart’s granddaughter captured America’s attention in 1974. The saga of 19-year-old Patty H…
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Today is her 80th birthday, and given the attention being brought by the auction of some personal items through Christie's (see https://onlineonly.christies.com/s/pattie-boyd-collection/lots/3508 ), the time was right for a conversation. We made the most of the hour, given the demand for interviews right about now, but among the things discussed we…
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Danny Trejo holds the record for most on-screen deaths by an actor. His go-to role is the bad guy – the baddest guy. The guy you do not mess with. And for the first 25 years of his life, he was that guy for real. He led a life of violence and drugs that landed him in just about every hardcore prison in California, including Folsom and San Quentin. …
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What’s the best workout session length for your personal training clients if you want to give them the best service while maximizing your earnings at the same time (and how would that work in practice)? Million-Dollar Trainer Pete Cerqua returns to talk about just exactly how you can do that. Pete has decades of experience in building high-powered …
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James Dean’s co-star in Rebel Without a Cause was an early trailblazer for the LGBTQ+ community in Hollywood. Over the years he was harassed, heckled, and had his life threatened – just for being himself. When he was mysteriously murdered at the age of 37, the 15-month investigation exposed just how deep intolerance ran in the hearts and minds of m…
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Listeners: you may recall my conversation with Robert Rosen (245), detailing the blocking of a pair of books by reputable authors that detailed the "househusband" years of John's life; it evolved out of an essay Robert wrote. Well, one of those writers is here to tell his story himself. Michael Meideros was hired in 1977 to work on the indoor garde…
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Can Dr. Michael MacMillan's advanced eccentric method and technologies unlock the keys to maximizing muscle growth and peak athletic performance or is it just another road that leads to the same HIT plateaus? Dr. Michael MacMillan joins the podcast, drawing from his expertise and wealth of knowledge in biomechanics and his experiences in working wi…
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What’s the best way for you to structure your workday to give your best to your clients, get the best out of your business, and not actually burn out? John Briggs joins us again for a deep dive into the science of balancing maximizing your productivity in a day and still living your best life while avoiding the pitfalls many personal trainers and s…
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Picking up where we left off (259: Sgt. Pepper Olympiad ), lecturer/professor Gary Wenstrup and I resume the Olympiad series with a pair of releases featuring film score music, the 1967 Magical Mystery Tour EP/album and 1969's Yellow Submarine release. Owing to the unique issues, with the latter representing only four new Beatle songs and the forme…
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Is it worth your time and money to think about Imagine Strength if you’re starting a new strength studio on a budget? Jeff Turner returns for part 2 of our Imagine Strength Q&A and we talk about which machines you should choose if you’re just starting out, how to serve a variety of different customers (e.g., over 40s, men, women, etc.), future mach…
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Anthony Bourdain had a lust for life. He went all in on adventure, indulgence, food, romance – including the romance of a heroin addiction that he chased through the restaurant kitchens and grimy rock clubs of 1980s Manhattan. For years he was a struggling cook and writer, but his first book, published when he was 43 years old, was an overnight suc…
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Welcome to America's leading higher education podcast where we talk trending legal, regulatory and compliance matters - EdUp Legal! YOUR host is ⁠⁠⁠Deborah Solmor⁠⁠⁠ In this episode, her guest is Jason McKee, Founder, Perspective Tester. Tune in as they discuss the website accessibility landscape. Listen in each week to get the buzz on the trending…
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Can HIT Business coach Pete Cerqua really make you a millionaire or is he just scamming you out of your money? Pete has decades of experience in building high-powered fitness businesses and training high-ticket clients, and he is also the author of the books The 90-Second Fitness Solution, High-Intensity Fitness Revolution for Women, and High-Inten…
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There's no joy to be had in this subject, but it is an important topic for an open discussion. We have been fed a narrative for 43 years regarding the murder of John, yet there were aspects that either lacked detail or, upon closer inspection, made little sense. At least a couple of of authors have published books on the case, but documentary-maker…
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Welcome to America's leading higher education podcast where we talk trending legal, regulatory and compliance matters - EdUp Legal! YOUR host is ⁠⁠⁠Deborah Solmor⁠⁠⁠ In this episode, her guest is Stacy Bratcher, Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at Cottage Health, past Managing General Counsel at the University of Southern California, a…
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How can you grow your strength training business successfully and avoid the pitfalls that those who grow too soon, too fast, and too unprepared fall into? ⁠⁠Aurum Fit CEO Julian Massler returns to the podcast to talk about the strategies and tactics that have allowed him to scale one of the most interesting HIT brands in the world right now. We cat…
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Welcome to America's leading higher education podcast where we talk trending legal, regulatory and compliance matters - EdUp Legal! YOUR host is ⁠⁠⁠Deborah Solmor⁠⁠⁠ In this episode, her guest is Christine Reilly, Partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP Listen in each week to get the buzz on the trending higher education legal, regulatory, and com…
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What makes certain popular exercises unsafe and some machines sub-optimal, and are you inadvertently increasing your clients’ risk of long-term injury (even if things seem like they’re fine right now)? Bill DeSimone returns for part 2 of our deep-dive Q&A on the biomechanics of specific exercises, machines, and modalities. Bill is an ACE-certified …
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Welcome to DISGRACELAND in 2024. Jake Brennan will continue to bring you the most insane stories about rock stars getting away with murder and behaving very badly ... and will also tell other stories about icons from beyond the world of music who possess dangerously compelling rock 'n roll hearts. Like Anthony Bourdain. Andy Warhol. Hunter S. Thomp…
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Welcome to America's leading higher education podcast where we talk trending legal, regulatory and compliance matters - EdUp Legal! YOUR host is ⁠⁠⁠Deborah Solmor⁠⁠⁠ In this episode, her guests are Tracey Schneider, Amy Moseder, and Bridgette Boody, from Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Tune in for an insightful discussion about MSCHE’…
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The author of Shout: The Beatles In Their Time has brought out his third Beatles individual biography, forty plus years after the publication of his group one. George Harrison: The Reluctant Beatle was put together tapping Norman's body of old interviews (with witnesses now beyond reach) as well as fresh research and new conversations (including hi…
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