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The Duck Commander and his sons are unashamed of their Christian faith and want to share the Gospel with everyone, from new believers to longtime followers of Jesus. Phil, Al, Jase, and their special guests go beyond the four walls of the church to share God's Word and study the Bible with you. So pour a glass of tea, and experience fun and inspiring stories of faith and family, straight from West Monroe, Louisiana.
 
The guys who kept America laughing for 11 seasons while cranking out duck calls are back in the heart of Duck Commander to share hilarious stories, tall tales, hunting adventures, pop culture commentary, and all the antics and escapades you know and love. Join Si Robertson, Justin Martin, John-David Owen, John Godwin, Jay Stone, and Phillip McMillan where it all began — in the Duck Call Room.
 
Since his first release in 2019, Steven Flynn has transformed his sound into what we know today; deep, melodic & uplifting. Inspired by the sounds of Lane8, Mees Salome Et Al, the Inverness, Scotland resident combines multiple influences together for an uplifting listening experience. Steven's mixes can be heard at his mixcloud, with nearly 200 shows up so far. 2021 has been a pivotal year so far, gaining a beatport number #1 badge with his track Skywards included in the Sounds of Saturo Vol ...
 
During his career as a music journalist, Mr. Bonzai has conducted hundreds of interviews with leading musicians, record producers, and audio engineers. Today it is an engaging audio record of historic flavor, colorful and informal -- a sonic time machine, if you will. Here are some highlights from the podcast series: Ray Manzarek, Phil Ramone, Brian Wilson, k.d. lang, Geoff Emerick, Robbie Robertson, Leonard Cohen.
 
Alix Robertson and Phil Yeeles of The Centre for Education and Youth (along with their expert guests) explore developments in education and youth research and policy. There is a particular focus on how research can affect teachers, educational leaders and policy makers as well as others with a wider interest in improving outcomes for all of our young people. This is a UK based show.
 
The Podcast from Australia for Science and Reason. Join Richard Saunders and his team of reporters for your weekly dose of skeptical news and interviews, reports and comments. Past guests have included, James Randi, Stephen Fry, Tim Minchin, Eugenie Scott, Dr Phil Plait, Michael Marshall, Dr Steve Novella, Dr Pamela Gay, Jon Ronson, Dr Ben Goldacre, Simon Singh, Prof. Richard Wiseman, Dick Smith, Banachek, Prof. Chris French, George Hrab, Tim Ferguson, Dr Paul Willis and many, many more. Fea ...
 
When Brett Favre and Eric Bolling get behind the mics, expect anything! Covering sports, politics, business, culture and so much more, "Bolling with Favre" features TV personality Eric Bolling and NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre running the gamut every week. It's "Big Time" and "Prime Time" with new shows every week from LiveXLive's PodcastOne. Past guests include Dr. Phil, Megyn Kelly, Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker, Andrew Klavan, and Willie Robertson,
 
Welcome to the Stand-up and Walk series. The premise is simple: for each podcast we get a different comedian to lead us around their favourite part of London. There is no set format, with each comedian able to put their own twist on the concept. Expect historical inaccuracies, ridiculous dares and outrageous behaviour as we ramble across London.
 
Join Chris Smith & Jimmy Mackin live for #WaterCooler, a weekly series about marketing, sales, and technology. If you're a real estate professional looking for actionable advice about growing your business, this is the show for you. Visit Curaytor.com to learn more about how Chris and Jimmy help real estate agents and teams build their businesses through digital marketing.
 
Rich Mullins: Between The Songs is a podcast by Joe Cook of the Ragamuffin Archive and Chris Marchand of PostConsumer Reports, two self-proclaimed Rich Mullins superfans. Each episode takes an in depth look at each one of his albums, a particular project, or a particular aspect of his career. It features interviews with his friends and people he worked with along with a commentary by Joe and Chris on the album in focus.
 
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Jase lies to a close friend to get him to church, and it does NOT go as planned. Al is deeply touched by his experience at a September 12 event in Pennsylvania. Jase explains why there are no rankings in heaven. Phil and Jase talk about why we need to be the salt and the light. And Jase's broken toe gets him thinking about pinky toes in the body of…
 
Si reveals Phil Robertson’s secret to knowing if it's going to be a good day for duck hunting. Martin explains why he doesn’t like hunting with Phil. With teal season officially here, Martin has the boys scratching their heads when he says his crew shot sixteen and caught 8. Phillip gets a miraculous message from a fan who Si prayed for. And John-D…
 
Supermarkets have been stocking up and South Island construction companies are bracing for even more shortages with two Interislander ferries out of action from today. The Aratere leaves for Sydney today to undergo scheduled maintainence, but the Kaiarahi is already out of action due to problems with its gearbox. That's expected to take some weeks …
 
Wallabies walloped and Pumas pounded, now the All Blacks can prepare for their Rugby Championship's main course - with two tests looming against the Springboks. However, some are saying the showdown between the world's two premier sides has lost some of its sheen given South Africa's struggles in successive losses to Australia. The All Blacks were …
 
Victoria's premier has released the Australian state's cautious 'roadmap' out of lockdown by the end of October. Premier Daniel Andrews says the curfew will be scrapped once vaccinatons reach 70 percent double dose, and he predicted that while it would be a tough time for hospitals - there was 'no turning back'. His announcement came a day after vi…
 
International netball returns tonight, with the first of three tests between the NZ and England in Christchurch - but it took players from both teams to jump through numerous Covid-19 hoops to get there. England's buildup has been dominated by their stint in managed isolation while four Auckland-based members of the Silver Ferns squad were granted …
 
More than 100 Timaru residents have paid their respect outside the house where three little girls were killed last Thursday night. Forty-year-old Lauren Anne Dickason was been charged with the murder of her daughters - two-year-old twins Maya and Karla, and their six-year-old sister Liane. Neighbour Jade Whaley says the police are now all gone and …
 
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff thinks the city should go down to alert level 3 this week to prevent lockdown fatigue. Cabinet will decide today on whether to ease restrictions. Phil Goff says elimination of Covid-19 should still be the goal. But he thinks level 3 would ease the economic and psychological pressures on Aucklanders who are facing their long…
 
A Covid-19 modeller says it will be a minor miracle if new cases in Waikato do not spread more widely. Three cases have been found from a house in the Firth of Thames - a level 2 area where a man was bailed from prison in Auckland. Professor Michael Plank told Morning Report it looks like household members were infectious in the community for about…
 
A billionaire, a community college teacher, an airforce veteran and a childhood cancer survivor have made history as the first all-civilian team to fly to space. The Space X capsule they were on board safely splashed down in the Atlantic Ocean yesterday, capping off the historic three-day mission to Earth's orbit. Space.com writer Amy Thompson spok…
 
A RNZ investigation has uncovered a shocking lack of diversity in the race, sex and experience of the country's judges. Figures reveal 92 percent of High Court judges are Pākehā, a clear majority are men and almost none have criminal defence experience. Critics say that points to a big problem for the high numbers of Māori and Pasifika trying to na…
 
The tragic death of three children in Timaru is making headlines around the world. Lauren Dickason is charged with the murder of her daughters: two-year-old twins Maya and Karla and their six-year-old sister Liane. The family, along with the girls' father, Graham Dickason, had recently arrived from South Africa. Cape Town correspondent Mark Roughto…
 
It was a tour 18 years in the making, but in a matter of minutes what would have been a historic series for cricket in Pakistan got knocked for a six by New Zealand Cricket's decision to abandon the series. The decision left Pakistan's cricket establishment furious, the international sports media agog, and the New Zealand players themselves relieve…
 
While the government ponders what to do, some Aucklanders say they are prepared to stay in lockdown for longer if that's what's needed to keep everyone safe. One of those is Sean Poimafisi who live in Manukau. Poimafisi lives with his partner and three children. He says the family has been coping fine with working and learning from home but their k…
 
The Hauraki district mayor is disappointed the family are already getting abuse from some members of the community after testing positive for Covid-19. The man who tested positive was released from Mount Eden prison, to a home in Whakatiwai in the Firth of Thames to a family of eight. Mayor Toby Adams told reporter Charlotte Cook he won't be surpri…
 
A week after Thomas Phillips and his children went missing, Otorohanga District Mayor Max Baxter says hopes of finding them alive are dwindling. The search has scaled back to focus on the coastline, and police continue to work alongside search and rescue volunteers. Baxter told reporter Amy Williams the community is still rallying around each other…
 
A group of Māori medical experts is calling for Waikato to go into alert level 4 after three new Covid-19 cases were confirmed. The Ministry of Health says the three are household members of a remand prisoner with the virus. Two of them attended Mangatangi School on the Hauraki Plains. National Māori Pandemic Group Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā co-lea…
 
Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson says there's preliminary evidence to suggest the Waikato cases are linked to one of the Auckland clusters. Robertson told Morning Report there's no indication the virus emerged from the area and it's more likely it was taken there. "Preliminary indications are that there may be an epidemiological link to one of…
 
The Waikato District Mayor says it is not acceptable that a man was bailed from locked down Auckland to an alert level 2 area, where community Covid-19 cases have now been discovered. Three cases have been confirmed in the Firth of Thames household where the man spent more than a week on electronically monitored bail. The cases were discovered afte…
 
Efforts are ramping up to boost vaccination numbers in districts which are lagging behind the rest. Taranaki DHB has the lowest numbers - just 27.7 percent of the region's eligible population were fully vaccinated as of last week. That's nearly a quarter less than the national percentage. Associate Health Minister Ayesha Verrell says the government…
 
The head of a Hauraki Plains health organisation says the community will be feeling anxious about how far Covid-19 may have spread. Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki is running a pop-up testing centre at a local Wharekawa marae, and chief executive Riana Manuel, a registered nurse, will be there to help. She told reporter Amy Williams she expects hundred…
 
Three people have tested positive for Covid-19 in Waikato. The three are household members of a remand prisoner who tested positive at the weekend. Two of those attend Mangatangi School on the Hauraki Plains. At least one of the young people was symptomatic at the rural school on Thursday. It has been closed and parents have been contacted. Arrange…
 
A change in Covid-19 alert levels can't come soon enough for the hospitality industry, with some business owners nearing the end of their tether. Cabinet is set to reveal whether Auckland will drop levels, and if the maximum capacity for indoor venues at Alert Level 2 will be bumped up from 50 patrons to 100. Hospitality New Zealand's chief executi…
 
Top stories this morning... Three people test positive for Covid-19 in the Waikato The region's mayor says he's outraged the virus was allowed across the border. We ask the government what it will mean for Cabinet's Auckland Alert Level decision today. And still with covid - an alarm is sounded over a vaccination scam in Christchurch.…
 
0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:05:00 The Potential Harm of Psychics A dissussion with Susan Gerbic and Rob Palmer about the potential harm of believing in, and taking the advice of those who claim to be able to see into the future. Prediction Talk for Bay Area Skeptics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Emu-p0vIPU https://skepticalinquirer.o…
 
State schools' income from sources like fund-raising and foreign students fell 28 percent or roughly $170 million last year. That loss far outstrips the $84 million the government gave the sector through its school donations scheme and as compensation for the loss of foreign students. Here's education correspondent John Gerritsen.…
 
A group of experts have declared our mask guidelines inadequate - most notably for those working on the frontline. The Centre for Informed Futures at Auckland University say we're not keeping pace with the latest international studies and it's leaving gaps that can be exploited by Covid-19's Delta variant. A fresh report urges all essential and bor…
 
The Prime Minister's downplaying the impact of a new tri-lateral security deal on New Zealand and its place in the region. Australia, the United States and Britain have announced a the partnership, to pull together in the the face of increasing challenges in the Indo-Pacific, namely China. Jacinda Ardern says she's not at all concerned by New Zeala…
 
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