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Best Project Derailed podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Project Derailed podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Follow the spacefaring adventures of Rav'nys, Luckbeak, and Marco as they find themselves new recruits of the crew of the Voidfarer, an independent spelljammer ship exploring a new crystal sphere called Kraatspace. Can they uncover the secrets of the lost Kraatorian empire or will they fall victim to the same mysterious calamity that befell the ancient voidfaring civilization thousands of years ago? An original D&D Fifth Edition campaign inspired by the classic AD&D setting, Spelljammer. A P ...
 
A Project Derailed podcast about bad movies available on streaming services. Join our hosts as we discuss bad movies beyond just what makes them bad. Find out why the Tall Girl is the most horrifying cryptid and what is really going on with Bee Movie. Season one focuses on bad movies available on Netflix.
 
In 2010, Wisconsin got a federal grant to build a high-speed rail line between Madison and Milwaukee. Derailed is the story of how the rail project came together, how it fell apart and how Wisconsin changed along the way.
 
Deep (and not-so-deep) conversations about home improvement, design, and life at home. Tune in for weekly episodes filled with casual decorating advice, DIY stories, interviews with experts, and a smattering of tips and ideas that can help you simplify, organize, and update your home. Sherry and John Petersik are the married duo who began chronicling their home improvement adventures in 2007 on the blog Young House Love, which spawned two New York Times best-selling books, as well as product ...
 
The Smash After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of NBC's Smash.Show Summary: A successful songwriting duo of industry veterans, Julia and Tom, have an opportunity to create another Broadway hit, but making it to opening night isn't easy. When tenacious producer Eileen joins the project, a musical based on the life of iconic actress Marilyn Monroe, a rivalry for the lead role percolates between a beautiful novice and a stage veteran who is hoping to catch her big break. While the ...
 
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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care in a London hospital with COVID-19, officials said on Monday, one day after Johnson was admitted to the hospital with persistent symptoms of the coronavirus. Johnson was the first world leader to test positive for the coronavirus on March 27.
 
(CANBERRA, Australia) — Cardinal George Pell welcomed Australia’s highest court clearing him of child sex crimes Tuesday and said his trial had not been a referendum on the Catholic Church’s handling of the clergy abuse crisis. Pope Francis’ former finance minister Pell had been the most senior Catholic found guilty of sexually abusing children and…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Closing Schools Has Derailed the Lives of Kids Worldwide. Here's How We Can Help Them Keep Learning 2) Why Children Seem to Be Less Affected By the Coronavirus 3) Inventors Are Whipping Up Homemade Ventilators to Fend Off a Shortage. Some Doctors Are Wary 4) No Test, Minimal Contact: How One Abortion Clinic Is Ada…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a series of traumas that make each of us rethink the meaning of our humanity. Efforts to slow the spread of the disease have demanded enormous sacrifices. We have seen health care workers and others on the front lines put themselves at great risk, without hesitation, to protect all of us.…
 
A mechanical ventilator can cost a hospital tens of thousands of dollars up front, and even more money each day it's used to keep oxygen flowing into a sick patient's lungs. It's unsurprising, then, that some small U.S. hospitals can count theirs on one hand. There are about 160,000 ventilators in use in hospitals nationwide—about half the number o…
 
In late March, Leah Coplon, the program director at Maine Family Planning, watched as a young mother parked her car in front of the building. Carrying her baby, the mother was greeted by staff in the foyer and handed a brown paper bag that looked like a lunch sack. Then she loaded the bag and the baby into her car and drove away. Now she could end …
 
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro is in a class of his own. He is the only leader left in the world to reject the consensus of scientists and statisticians on the gravity of the coronavirus outbreak. The far-right firebrand, who was elected in 2018 trading on conspiracy theories and half truths, has dismissed COVID-19 as a “little flu” and remarked…
 
MADISON, Wis. — Voters in Wisconsin are likely to face a choice Tuesday of participating in a presidential primary election or heeding warnings from public health officials to stay away from large crowds during the coronavirus pandemic. Hours after Democratic Gov. Tony Evers issued an executive order Monday postponing the election for two months, t…
 
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to hamper the U.S. jail and prison system, an inmate at the Rikers Island jail complex in New York City has died after contracting the novel coronavirus. Michael Tyson, 53, died on Sunday at Bellevue Hospital according to the Legal Aid Society, a nonprofit legal services organization based in New York City.…
 
(NEW YORK) — Honor Blackman, the British actress who took James Bond's breath away as Pussy Galore in Goldfinger and who starred as the leather-clad, judo-flipping Cathy Gale in The Avengers, has died. She was 94. Blackman's family said in a statement Monday that she died peacefully of natural causes at her home in Lewes, in southeastern England. T…
 
As the world does its part to help fight the further spread of the coronavirus, parents and children are working out how they can all be at home together—and the process still has some snafus. Anneliese Dodds, the U.K.'s newly appointed shadow chancellor, learned that during a live television interview when her daughter crashed the newscast. Dodds …
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Can You Be Re-Infected After Recovering From Coronavirus? Here's What We Know 2) A Tiger at the Bronx Zoo Has Tested Positive for Coronavirus 3) Ten Tips From ‘Mars’ for Quarantined Earthlings 4) Lois Lowry in Conversation With a 10-Year-Old Reporter About Her New Book 5) A $350 Billion Loan Program Is Supposed to…
 
Troubling headlines have been cropping up across Asia: Some patients in China, Japan and South Korea who were diagnosed with COVID-19 and seemingly recovered have been readmitted to the hospital after testing positive for the virus again. Because SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, was only discovered a few months ago, scientist…
 
Among the first American workers to raise the alarm about a potential COVID-19 pandemic were flight attendants. In late January, as the virus spread outside the Chinese province of Hubei, airline crews staffing international flights to Asia began expressing concerns, asking for disinfection supplies and permission to self-quarantine if they thought…
 
A tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York City has tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 in people, according to the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Veterinary Services Laboratories. The big cat is thought to be the first animal known to be infected with the virus in the United States.…
 
Thomas Wells is sympathetic to the hundreds of small businesses that have been knocking on the doors of his bank's 59 branches this week. They all want to know how to apply for a loan through Washington's massive new program that aims to stop Main Street from collapsing during the coronavirus pandemic. But on Friday, when the loan applications to t…
 
The terror that is gripping Americans due to the coronavirus would be familiar to America’s founding generation. As Noah Webster, then the editor of New York City’s first daily newspaper, wrote to a friend in the fall of 1793, “The melancholy accounts received from you and others of the progress of a fatal disease…excite commiseration in every brea…
 
We’re all overwhelmed by the ways COVID-19 has disrupted our lives — and for many of us, working from home for the foreseeable future adds another layer of complication. If your work life was already a mess, as it is for many of us, then uprooting from the office can make it even messier. What’s worse, you risk bringing the mess home with you. But …
 
In Afghanistan’s western Herat province, Governor Abdul Quayom Rahimi is bracing for the worst. Last week, Rahimi recorded 61 confirmed cases of coronavirus in his region, all in Afghans who had crossed the border from Iran. This week, that number doubled, and a now third of the cases are patients who had not traveled outside the country – an indic…
 
Britain needed a message of hope Sunday. The queen delivered it. Queen Elizabeth II offered support to a country locked down in the coronavirus pandemic, promising the nation that it would rise to the challenge and overcome the outbreak. In a rare address to the nation, the 93-year-old monarch acknowledged the suffering that many families have expe…
 
As we prepare to move into a house that’s less than half the size of our current one, we’re taking a long hard look at our belongings to figure out what should come and what we no longer need, love, or have a use for. And today we’re outlining the systematic criteria that we’re using to evaluate what to bring and what to leave behind (yes, we actua…
 
The odd hush that has fallen over New York City has lately been broken once every day, at precisely 7:00 PM. That's when New Yorkers are stepping onto balconies or flinging open windows to applaud the people—pharmacy clerks, supermarket cashiers, food delivery workers and more—who continue to keep to keep the silent city running. But even the most …
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Kim Kardashian West on Her Justice Project and Quest For Apolitical Prison Reform 2) How States Across the U.S. Are Projected to ‘Flatten the Curve’ 3) Challenged by Coronavirus, LGBTQ Communities Worldwide Plan Digital Pride Celebrations 4) Feeding Front Line Workers Amid Coronavirus Outbreaks, One Duck Confit at…
 
“I really do believe that, if people do a crime, they need to do the time,” Kim Kardashian West tells TIME in a recent phone interview (from one self-quarantine zone to another). “But it’s a matter of, what is that fair [amount of] time?” That’s a question she leaves open-ended — seemingly deliberately.…
 
—Every day, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the U.S. grows. On March 26, the country passed China to rise to the top of the list of most reported cases of the novel coronavirus in the world, and the spread of the illness shows little sign of abatement. However, the U.S. is a huge country, and the growth patterns of SARS-CoV-2, the virus t…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has had unexpected knock-on effects for LGBTQ people around the world: forcing LGBTQ youth back into living with their families in lockdown where they may not be accepted, placing vulnerable people at risk of homelessness and employment insecurity, and stalling progress on potential legal changes that could grant LGBTQ peop…
 
(SAN FRANCISCO) — On a break from the front lines, nurse practitioner Gabe Westhemier tucked into a plate of duck confit, the work of one of the city's celebrity chefs. ("It was wonderful.") Meanwhile, at another San Francisco emergency room, nurse Liz Sanderson still savors a sea salt caramel bread pudding from another posh eatery. ("It was possib…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) How Do You Teach Empathy to Your Kids? Here’s What an Expert Says 2) Column: The Evil Tucked Into the $2 Trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Bill 3) Search Underway for Two Members of Kennedy Family After ‘Overturned Canoe’ Found in Chesapeake Bay 4) Trump Campaign Calls Out ‘Delusional’ Jeff Sessions Ahead of Alabama S…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Rohingya Refugees Brace for a New Deadly Threat—Coronavirus 2) Inside a New York City Funeral Home Overwhelmed With Coronavirus Deaths 3) You Probably Read About an Uninsured Teen Who Died of COVID-19. The Truth Is More Complicated 4) California Has More Pending Coronavirus Tests Than Results - With Some Waiting 1…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) How U.S. Presidents Have Tried to Use Legal Action to Stop People From Insulting Them 2) Column: The Fed’s Unprecedented Bailout of Everyone and Everything Could Prevent Total Collapse 3) New York’s Coronavirus Death Toll Doubled in 72 Hours 4) Ellis Marsalis, Jazz Patriarch, Dies at 85 After Battle With Coronavir…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Van Jones: Why We Need Bipartisan Progress Now More Than Ever 2) Captain Asks Navy to Take Aircraft Carrier Off of Duty to Save Crew From Coronavirus 3) Those Who Most Need The $1,200 Stimulus Checks May Wait the Longest To Get Them 4) Why Coronavirus Stimulus May Come Too Late for Many Small Businesses 5) White H…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) Christianity Offers No Answers About the Coronavirus. It’s Not Supposed To 2) Why Is Germany’s Coronavirus Death Rate So Low? 3) ‘He’s Walking the Tightrope.’ How Donald Trump Is Getting Out His Message on Coronavirus 4) Idaho Governor Signs Anti-Transgender Legislation Into Law 5) Modi’s Hasty Coronavirus Lockdow…
 
Voidfarer Uncharted 2. The gang's all here! Nick, Fiona, Saker, Tanner, and Tom all discuss the story so far, answer YOUR questions, and generally just hangout and bullshit. Special thanks to twitter users @CLRex4 and @PodcastFrost for your awesome questions!!! Put the Voidfarer on your body!!! Cool Voidfarer merch is now available at the Project D…
 
Included in this SpokenEdition: 1) A Washington ER Doctor Was Allegedly Terminated After Publicly Criticizing His Hospital for Not Protecting Its Staff 2) Crosswords Have Always Been a Solace. Here's How the 20th Century's Toughest Moments Shaped Them 3) For College Students, Coronavirus Means Love Interrupted 4) How American Elections Got So Vulne…
 
We knew our new house in Florida would involve some big repairs, but we didn’t anticipate a certain plumbing curveball to get lobbed our way (although given our past plumbing luck, maybe we should have seen this coming). So this week we’re sharing how it popped up, why it cost thousands of dollars, and what we’re doing to resolve it. And with so ma…
 
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