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TV recaps, reviews, pop culture news & more! Subscribe, download & rate us on Apple Podcasts. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pvalleypodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pvalleypodcast Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@pvalleypodcast
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The Rebels of Real Estate

Iron Valley Real Estate

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Four people with four unique stories on one mission; to disassemble corporate brokerage one bad suit and tie at a time. The Rebels of Real Estate have been called idiots for bucking the status quo of the industry, but they're still here and thriving! Join the founders of Iron Valley Real Estate and find out what makes them different. Iron Valley Real Estate was founded in 2016 and currently has 48 franchises in 6 states, with over 1,800 agents and growing!
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Sheilah Vance, author of the award-winning novel, Becoming Valley Forge, talks about the history of the Valley Forge Encampment and the road leading up to it, from 9/11/1777, the Battle of Brandywine, through the VF Marchout, 6/19/1778. One episode is her reading a chapter from the novel, and the next explains the non-fiction history behind it. Learn about many fascinating characters whose paths converged when the Continental Army and a young nation confronted the reality and aftermath of wa ...
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Revisited

FRANCE 24 English

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We return to places which have been in the news – often a long time ago, sometimes recently – to see how local people are rebuilding their lives. Sunday at 10:10pm. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
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Animalhaus

J.Nichole Smith

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We are movement of like-minded rebels who believe businesses win by building brands and success is defined by personal freedom. Join us if you dare, as we go behind the scenes each week with marketing trendsetters and iconic brands who embody the Animalhaus philosophy
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Commercial-free replay of all four of our weekly high school football broadcasts on 99.1 The Sports Animal in the Knoxville area including the Rivalry Thursday games on radio, the KOC GOTW, all Knoxville Catholic games and all Hardin Valley Academy games on 99.1, AM 990 & 98.7.
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Guys Being Doods is a weekly podcast brought to you by RJ Bernal and Luke "The Russian" Sula! Join them every week as they sit back and be a dood! The two sit down every week and discuss each others lives revolving around The Central Valley of California and do not hold back! Luke is a big time traveler and has been to over 40 different states in his life! He shares the differences in life between each of the states and brings a very fulfilling life lesson at the end of it all. The biggest t ...
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An informative and storytelling podcast that captures the purpose, use, benefits, and thoughts around small data in healthcare. We interview experts on the use of big data and create a community around how to use small data for informed business decisions.
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Diddy is being called the black Jeffrey Epstein. His homes were raided this week. We are seated for all of this and I don't know how to feel about Yung Miami. I like her. Sigh. Rebel Wilson may be rewriting history to sell her book. Andrew Huberman juggles 6 women, allegedly, and Ariana Madix's career continues to take off. The benefits of dating a…
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Rachel Raquel Leviss, Vanderpump Rules cast members can't unanimously decide on what name to call that alleged homewrecker. Rachel appears on "some podcast," LOL, where she says she wasn't in love with Tom, wasn't friends with Ariana, had a mutually beneficial friendship with Scheana and etc. Rachel, honey, this wasn't a smart move! But you're an i…
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If we're being serious, Ariana Madix has Tom Sandoval and Rachel Leviss to thank for her budding career, so why is Ariana so angry? Producers, allegedly, forced her to interact with Sandoval, which made for great TV. I stan Ariana and we all need to live vicariously through her epic glow up. Mad respect, honestly. Living legend status. This is a re…
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The epic quest to find an elderly Pakistani musician and his unusual stringed instrument Daniyal Ahmed is a flute player and anthropologist who spends his time searching out and documenting folk music across Pakistan. In 2018, he was mesmerised by a video clip of an elderly man – described as a “poor fisherman” – expertly playing a benjo, an obscur…
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In Part 2 of this week's show, we continue The Masters conversation with a guy who played in the tournament 18 times and was currently over in Augusta, Mark Calcavecchia. Following Mark, I'm joined by Rob Strano. Rob grew up playing at the same country club as 1968 Masters Champion Bob Goalby.By TribLIVE Podcast Network
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Beyonce's country album Cowboy Carter is some of her best work. I'm not a country fan, but she has many beautiful, addictive fun songs on Cowboy Carter and she was brave enough to cover Dolly Parton's "Jolene." What were your top 10 songs? Your top 5? I doubt we'll agree because fans have a very wide range of favorites on Cowboy Carter but some of …
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When Beyonce said: "You know you that b**ch when you cause all this conversation," she wasn't lying. Beyonce Knowles Carter sent country fans, and members of the Beyhive, into a tizzy when she released her country album, Cowboy Carter. Haters Azealia Banks and Lily Allen were activated. SMH! The audacity of Lily Allen is beyond me.…
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Erika Cheung went from a trailer park to a top tech company job, but something was off. She knew how to work hard, growing up in a one-bedroom trailer, she dreamed of pursuing her passion for science and helping others. So Erika was thrilled to land her first job out of university at a booming tech company promising a revolution in healthcare. Fron…
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Fifty-three years ago, Bangladesh finally obtained independence from Pakistan, at the cost of a war that left nearly 3 million people dead. Since then, the nation has developed into one of Asia's most dynamic economies, thanks in particular to the textile industry. The garment industry brings in more than $55 billion a year, making Bangladesh the w…
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A bonus episode from the Amazing Sport Stories podcast – The Black 14. Sport, racism and protests are about to change the lives of “the Black 14” American footballers. It’s 1969 in the United States. They’ve arrived on scholarships at the University of Wyoming to play for its Cowboys American football team. It was a predominantly white college. The…
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Maria's grandmother was forcibly taken by Australian officials, but made a daring escape. As children Maria Pilkington's mother and grandmother were both among the Stolen Generation, removed from their homes to be trained as domestic servants for white families. It was part of an Australian policy dating back to the 1930s to remove mixed-race child…
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Peel back the layers of gloss and delve into the raw determination that drives success. Episode 1 of The RORE Season 2 unveils the fearless journey of the women of IVRE! So much ground to cover, we're splitting it into 2 parts. A special shoutout to the rebel women of IVRE: Dawn, Amy, Pam, Melanie, and Tamila for sharing their unfiltered truth, ins…
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In Part 1 of this week's show, I'm joined by PGA Tour Legends David Peoples and Tom Purtzer. David had a fantastic Amateur career which included winning the 1979 Florida State Amateur Championship before he joined the PGA Tour. He went on to win twice on Tour, at the 1991 Southern Open and the 1992 Anheuser-Busch Classic. He also won the 1990 Kapal…
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Leyner Palacios grew up around volatile armed groups, so he learned to negotiate with them. He comes from a remote forested area called Bojaya, where clusters of small villages are spread along isolated waterways. Leyner's community had to share the rivers and forests with outsiders, armed groups like the Farc and the paramilitaries, who were locke…
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The Jordanian city of Zarqa has a strong Palestinian identity, with good reason. In 1948, with the creation of the State of Israel – what the Palestinians call the "Nakba" ("catastrophe") – some 750,000 people, or more than 80 percent of the Palestinian population, were forced to take exile in neighbouring countries as they fled the violence. Jorda…
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The Austrian house where a doctor experimented on children. Evy Mages grew up in and out of foster care in 1970s and 80s Austria. But even when she started a new life in the US, she was haunted by traumatic memories of a strange yellow house high up in the Alps, where she had been placed as an eight-year-old. It took an idle internet search in her …
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We were gagged, shocked, upset and screaming while watching The Traitors US season 2 finale and reunion. What happened at the end of season 2 was backstabbing at its worst. This is what happens when you cast has beens. Team MJ, for ethical reasons only. Team Sandra, for strategic reasons. I hope they bring Sandra back next season.…
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A handwritten map is all Mamadou Barry had to guide him from Guinea to Egypt. At the age of 24 he had reached a crossroads in his life. Having failed his final year secondary school exams five times in a row, he set his sights on a different type of education. Mamadou had heard about the prestigious Al Azhar University in Egypt, but could not affor…
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It was one of Spain's deadliest terrorist attacks in history. On the morning of March 11, 2004, ten bombs exploded almost simultaneously at the Atocha train station in the Spanish capital Madrid. Nearly 200 people were killed and more than 1,500 wounded. Twenty years later, survivors of the incident are still waiting to know the truth behind the bo…
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