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The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

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The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive is a podcast that contains off-air recordings from the shortwaves. These recordings represent the wide variety of stations found on the shortwave, long wave and medium wave radio spectrums (30-30,000 kHz)
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Shortly after becoming a believer in Jesus as his Messiah in the 1970’s, Sid Roth started the Messianic Vision radio program. Today, the daily 15-minute show reaches across America, impacting tens of thousands with a powerful message that encourages and heals.
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Through personal recordings of the original radio broadcasts, the history of America's favorite pastime is retold, one classic game at a time. Relive key moments, historical hits, and the legends of today taking to the field when they were at the peak of their career. Add Classic Baseball radio to any podcast app or service; just copy "tinyurl.com/baseballpod" into the "Add RSS Feed" of the app.
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FolkScene is a syndicated music program established in 1970 featuring recorded music, and in studio live performances. The broadcast can be heard on KPFK Los Angeles on Sunday evenings from 6-8:00 PM. Some of the guests who have graced the show throughout the years include Dave Alvin, Richard Thompson, Guy Clark, Wendy Waldman, Tom Waits, Peter Seger, Randy Newman, Merle Travis, Rose Maddox & many, many others. http://folkscene.com https://www.facebook.com/FolkScene/
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This series of First Principle or "Faith Foundation Podcasts" is a recreation of an original series of Radio Broadcasts created by WCF in the Foundation’s early years of the late 1970’s. A local Lancaster Pennsylvania Radio Station broadcast them and then the set of recordings were packaged and widely distributed by the WCF Tape library to members and friends of the Christadelphian Church Community.
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Historian and author Walter Edgar mines the riches of the South Carolina Encyclopedia to bring you South Carolina from A to Z. South Carolina from A to Z is a production of South Carolina Public Radio in partnership with the University of South Carolina Press and SC Humanities.
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2 hours of Music from the 1970’s in the form of a Retro Chart Shows featuring the Top Ten plus the big movers between 30 & 11 in the first hour followed by News, Events & Tunes from the same year as the Chart in the second hour. I will soon be posting a 1960’s Chart show in the same format and also a 2 hour retro Comedy Show featuring shows from Radio & TV from the 1950’s onwards.
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Since 1970, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's campus radio station, 90.3, KRNU has been giving students a voice. In this series, we will take a deep-dive into each decade of KRNU’s existence and talk to faculty, students, and staff that have left their mark and kept KRNU running. From the groovy '70 until today, Lincoln’s new music alternative has been a place where students and up-and-coming artists can share their talents to the world.
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Filmy Calendar Show

Radio Nasha - HT smartcast

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In this podcast, Satish Kaushik talks about Quirk, Rare Trivia, Bollywood Gossip and more. He digs out important dates that changed the course of things in Bollywood. Tune in to treat the Bollywood Bug in you.This is a Radio Nasha production, brought to you by HT smartcast.
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Break/Fix Podcast is all about capturing the living history of people from all over the autosphere. From wrench turners, to artists, authors, racers, designers and everything in between. Our goal is to inspire a new generation of petrol-heads that wonder ”how did they get that job? or become that person?” The road to success is paved by all of us. #everyonehasastory
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Hear Play Audio Theatre

Hear Play Audio Theatre

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Audio Drama. With a nod to "Ear Play," the original founding radio series from the 1970’s, HEAR PLAY Audio Theatre approaches radio drama as an art form, creating dramatic theatrical podcasts that utilize the power of the spoken word along with the latest sound design techniques. With skillful acting, nuanced direction, and artful design and editing, HEAR PLAY produces vibrant and engaging listening experiences presented directly to your ear with immediacy and a remarkable intimacy. Begun du ...
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Go back to a time of where the only limits of how far or where or how high you go here or anywhere was and still is within the limits of your mind. Journey back with me to shows like Journey into Space with Jet Morgan and his crew who explore Mars or Vincent Price and Peter Cushing even in Aliens of the mind spanning from way back clear up till the 1970's come on with me and let's go on a trip on Old Time Radio Sci-Fi, Horror and Beyond
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A podcast celebrating the legendary Goon Show and the Goons themselves - Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan and Michael Bentine Each episode host Tyler welcomes a guest to examine an actual Goon Show, a solo Goon project (films, TV, radio, books, albums etc) or practically anything within the Goon universe. We also talk about comedy in general - whatever direction the conversation takes! Please follow on Twitter @goonshowpod
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Top 40 Lookbacks, Classic Rock, Classic Hits, Variety Hits, Yacht Rock, Holiday Specials and more! Theme shows featuring rock and pop music from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s. Plus a full year archive of the weekly 'This Week In Music History' series. I used to be on the radio. Now I sit in my living room and pretend I still am. PPM friendly (even though it doesn't have to be!) Have a song or show theme request? bvwpodcast@yahoo.com
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Ronald Reagan On The Air

Radio Nostalgia Network

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Ronald Reagan began his broadcasting career as a radio announcer for the Chicago Cubs, WHO Radio, Des Moines, Iowa. The Great Communicator had a wonderful voice that people trusted and made ever radio show an experience. Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was the fortieth President of the United States (1981–1989) and the thirty-third Governor of California (1967–1975). Born in Illinois, Reagan moved to Los Angeles, California in the 1930s, where he was an actor, presiden ...
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Promised Land Radio

Promised Land Radio

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Promised Land Radio founder and host, Dave Glassman, leads your pilgrimage through the byways of inspirational pop music. Struck by the devotional depth and harmonious beauty of The Melodians 1970 hit, “By the Rivers of Babylon”, Dave set out to bring the ineffable and the tuneful together in a universal celebration. Follow him on a spiritual quest through the depths and out to the edges of the mainstream. The airwaves have always been full of signs, wonders and good news. The Promised Land ...
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Doc Rotten and The Black Saint from Horror News Radio recap and review the best and worst horror films from the 1970s. Grindhouse. Blacksploitation. Hollywood Blockbusters. B Movies. Films like Exorcist | The Car | Phantasm | Halloween | The Incredible Melting Man | The Manitou | Beyond the Door | Vampire Circus | Dawn of the Dead
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On Left of the Projector we discuss from film from a leftist perspective. Episodes will feature guests who will offer their thoughts on films from a shared interest in class consciousness and personal experience. While everyone can take something different from a movie, LotP will provide discussion and analysis from an anti-capitalist and Marxist point of view. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leftoftheprojector/support
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Hobbies matter. They will literally save our lives. The statistics on loneliness are shocking. The US Surgeon general released a report in 2023 about the importance of social interaction to curb the loneliness and isolation epidemic. The report says that even before COVID, approximately half of U.S. adults reported experiencing measurable levels of loneliness. Dr. Vivek Murthy (Mr. Surgeon General) is even going so far as to develop an entire national campaign to encourage social interaction ...
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Talk to Me tells the inside story of how the field of hostage negotiations was created. In the wake of major 1970’s tragedies such as the Attica prison riot and the massacre of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics, the NYPD realized there was an urgent need to develop a system for handling hostage incidents. With news archives and first-hand accounts from hostage team founders Frank Bolz and Harvey Schlossberg, we bring to life cases large and small to explore what worked—and what didn’t. ...
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With the help of her adorable Mother, Cecily had the strength to hold onto her seat as the middle child in an Irish family of 13, eleven girls and two boys. She was a fantastic street fighter on Manchester’s tough council estates, something that stood her in good stead for when she lived as an ’out’ lesbian in the 1970’s . This was a rare sight at a very homophobic time. Despite or as well as her neurodiversity , Cecily has written and performed her unique style of poetry and has written sev ...
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March 8th, 1971, Madison Square Garden, New York, USA. A small, illuminated square of canvas. Camera lenses point from every direction, the world is watching. In the surrounding seats an unlikely mix of spectators rub shoulders - the cream of Hollywood, music stars, gangsters, pimps and politicians. Outside touts are making a killing, asking astronomical prices for the hottest ticket in town. In order to gain the best view in the house, legendary singer Frank Sinatra has become an accredited ...
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We spend some extra time with Lee Raskin talking about vintage Porsche's and his thoughts on "Porsche Purism" in today's enthusiast world. ===== (Oo---x---oO) ===== The Motoring Podcast Network : Years of racing, wrenching and Motorsports experience brings together a top notch collection of knowledge, stories and information. #everyonehasastory #gt…
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It's Vampire season? Well, maybe it's not, but it is on Left of the Projector. I am joined by Alex Herbert, a professor and author, to discuss four of the main films within the Bram Stoker Dracula cannon. Alex Herbert: https://alexherbert.substack.com/ https://www.instagram.com/punksaround/ https://www.instagram.com/lenin_in_45_volumes/ LOTP: https…
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As we celebrate the 101st anniversary of the 24hrs of LeMans we #tbt and geek out with Rick Barnett from the Concours at Pasadera about how the Porsche 914-6 GT took on the infamous Porsche 917 during the 1970 LeMans 24 hours. ===== (Oo---x---oO) ===== The Motoring Podcast Network : Years of racing, wrenching and Motorsports experience brings toget…
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This is my Top Ten Plus Show and Extra Plus Show together known as 'Ivan's Retro Chart Show'. 2 hours of Sold Gold 70s music, this time featuring the chart of 11th June 1977 in the first hour (Full Top Ten Plus some of the movers going up between 30 & 11), this is then followed by News Snippets, Events & Tunes From throughout 1977 in the second hou…
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On this Father's Day special, we’ve got a guest with a dynamic relationship not only with cars, but the world around him. Growing up in the Midwest, maturing in NYC and finally setting down roots in Europe, podcaster Revel Arroway shares his life’s journey each week on You’re listening to Radio Revel. Instead of our usual interview, we just handed …
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The Simeone Museum in Philadelphia, PA is proud to present Le Mans 1959 The Underdog Champion, a demo day event celebrating the unlikely and impressive victory by a relatively small and underfunded Aston Martin team. At the time, the 24 hours of Le Mans was dominated by larger, highly financed organizations such as Ferrari and Jaguar, who had acces…
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"... Must admit he was very funny. I laughed. I laughed a great deal. Thought I was going to cry. I did." A Visit to Swansea was the fourth episode of the secondseries of Hancock’s Half Hour and was originally broadcast on 10th May 1955, two days before Tony Hancock’s 31st birthday. It was long considered one of the missing Hancocks until it was di…
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Evening With A Legend is a series of presentations exclusive to Legends of the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans giving us an opportunity to bring a piece of Le Mans to you. By sharing stories and highlights of the big event, you get a chance to become part of the Legend of Le Mans with guests from different eras of over 100 years of racing. Rick Knoop's …
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Back again with more Alien and Predator content, this time, the prequels. I am joined by Joe Mayall and Hugo Joe Mayall: ⁠⁠Link Tree⁠⁠ ⁠⁠Twitter ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠Instagram ⁠ Hugo: https://www.instagram.com/seizethemeansshirts/ Left of the Projector ⁠https://www.patreon.com/LeftoftheProjectorPod⁠⁠ ⁠https://boxd.it/5T9O1⁠⁠ ⁠ ⁠https://leftoftheprojector.com⁠⁠ ⁠ht…
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Frank Robinson could hit the ball hard. He ran the base paths even harder. A formidable player who has been named MVP for both the AL and NL, the triple crown in 1966, 14 All-Star appearances, and 2 World Series rings. To this day, he holds the record for walk-off hits, with 26 winning moments to his credit. In the final years of his playing career…
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This is my Top Ten Plus Show and Extra Plus Show together known as 'Ivan's Retro Chart Show'. 2 hours of Sold Gold 70s music, this time featuring the chart of 5th June 1976 in the first hour (Full Top Ten Plus some of the movers going up between 30 & 11), this is then followed by News Snippets, Events & Tunes From throughout 1976 in the second hour…
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Part-2 of 50 years of Formula One racing at the Canadian Grand Prix. In order of appearance, we're honored to be hearing from Lionel Birnbom and Tim Meddaugh. Lionel is a self taught photojournalist of Ottawa, and he began attending motorsports events in the late 1950s. He was widely published in most major racing magazines and papers in Canada. Ro…
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"Being the account of the hole, the wonderful way it was filled, and with what. Written for the wireless by Spike Milligan." On the 12th August 1957 a Daily Mirror reporter encountered Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe and Spike Milligan larking about around Cleopatra's Needle on London's Embankment: ""This is 1887!" yelled Spike Milligan, standing on t…
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Today we're going to learn about the exciting 50 years of Formula One racing at the Canadian Grand Prix, and we have three speakers with years of stories to tell. In order of appearance, we're honored to be hearing from: George Webster, Lionel Birnbom, and Tim Meddaugh. George was a Canadian Automobile Sports Club appointee to the Stewards Committe…
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Do you want to know what The Matrix episode is? It is all around us, right now, you are listening to us talk about The Matrix. I am joined by musician and content creator Joman and returning guest Serra. Joman: https://jomanmusic.com/ https://x.com/jomanmusic https://www.instagram.com/jomanmusic https://www.youtube.com/c/jomanmusic Serra: https://w…
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It's the opening day of the 1955 season, and leading off for the Cardinals is Wally Moon, who won "Rookie Of The Year" in 1954, memorably hitting a home run during his first At Bat in the Majors. Second in the line-up is Bill Virdon, who would go on to win "Rookie Of The Year" for 1955, giving the Cardinals back-to-back Rookies. Both would go on to…
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This is my Top Ten Plus Show and Extra Plus Show together known as 'Ivan's Retro Chart Show'. 2 hours of Sold Gold 70s music, this time featuring the chart of 31st May 1975 in the first hour (Full Top Ten Plus some of the movers going up between 30 & 11), this is then followed by News Snippets, Events & Tunes From throughout 1975 in the second hour…
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In 1972 a film was released which is generally regarded asone of Peter Sellers' weakest films - Where Does It Hurt - and joining Tyler to kick it around for an hour or so are Jeremy Limb & Paul Litchfield. Sellers plays administrator Albert T. Hopfnagel at Vista Vue Hospital, described by Sellers' biographer Roger Lewis as being like “every over-th…
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Episode #45 of the Drive Thru! Break/Fix podcast's monthly news episode containing automotive, motorsports and random car-adjacent news. This month we continue Drive Thru #44s "Highway Bingo!" when you we go Road Trippin' with special guest co-host William "Big Money" Ross from the Exotic Car Marketplace! Showcase: ROAD TRIPS The latest Cybertruck …
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What would you erase if you had this totally not safe experimental technolog to erase some memory of yours? We ask that and more with Dan and Jared of Concessions: Consider the Bigger Picture. Follow them: https://pod.link/1700141653 https://twitter.com/DanConcedes https://www.threads.net/@jaredconcessions Left of the Projector: https://www.patreon…
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Dave McNally is a legend, first as a starting pitcher and finally as an arbitration reliever.He won more than 20 games in four consecutive seasons, was a three-time All-Star, won two World Series rings, and was the AL wins leader in 1970. He was part of the 1971 Orioles rotation that saw himself, Dobson, Palmer, and Cuellar all post 20 or more wins…
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This is my Top Ten Plus Show and Extra Plus Show together known as 'Ivan's Retro Chart Show'. 2 hours of Sold Gold 70s music, this time featuring the chart of 25th May 1974 in the first hour (Full Top Ten Plus some of the movers going up between 30 & 11), this is then followed by News Snippets, Events & Tunes From throughout 1974 in the second hour…
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Stories of three wildly different niches (regional cooking, armored MMA combat, and Rubik's cubing) who all find their purpose in being on the road. Learn more about the show, read a transcript on Apple Podcasts, and give feedback Support the work by sharing it with a friend and buying us a pizza EPISODE NOTES: We all have our "third spaces," those…
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Tonight, we’re diving into another inspiring journey into the heart of motorsport history as we shine a spotlight on “Indy Firsts” and we have the honor of having not one, but two guests with us tonight. Anita Millican, is a trailblazer whose indomitable spirit and mechanical prowess shattered barriers in the male-dominated world of racing. As the …
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