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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 ...
 
The internet's leading podcast on realistic self-defence, martial arts, and the management of violence. Joe Saunders is a leading experts in occupational violence and verbal de-escalation, as well as a lifelong martial artist. On this show, Joe interviews the world's leading experts in the management of violence and also provides his own take on how we can keep our families and communities safe.The Managing Violence Podcast is dedicated to the study of three core elements of the violence:Hop ...
 
DEEKAST is a conversational podcast hosted by Niagara music producer, DJ, designer & gaming enthusiast Derek Veenhof (@deekatello). A millennial counterculture movement discussing anything & everything: gaming, music, pop culture, history, politics, science, religion & philosophy and the nexuses where these worlds collide. Produced by Shapestate Studios. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deekast/support
 
Jenny Morel interviews entrepreneurs building tech & other high growth companies going global from New Zealand and Australia. Growing businesses is hard work. Everyone has setbacks. The entrepreneurs who grow companies are a relentlessly positive group of people: they are going to succeed no matter what. They are risk-takers, they work crazy hours, they are obsessive. Much of the time they are embattled. Every now and then there is a wonderful breakthrough. These podcasts share with you some ...
 
Are you looking to broaden your horizons, to stay relevant and become Future Fit? Do you want to fuel your creativity and inspire Innovation? or… are you simply looking to put the “kapow” back into your business? Then look no further. Join Carmen Murray, Entrepreneur, Innovator and Tech Fundi, with her big personality and presentation style, as she interviews celebrities, alchemist, news-makers and business experts to discover the stories behind their success. The Carmen Murray Show will ope ...
 
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You will be hard-pressed to find a martial artist with the depth and breadth of experience that Richard Norton possesses. After 55 years of continuous training, Richard combines practical experience working in bars and clubs in the 70's, bodyguarding the world's biggest celebrities through the 80's, starring in martial arts films with the likes of …
 
The Wendys with Jonathan Renton & Ian White Part 2 - in conversation with David Eastaugh Formed in 1987, the Wendys were the second Scottish band to be signed to Factory Records, after The Wake. Their name came about after a nights drinking the evening before they were due to sign for Factory. They decided upon The Marys, but when the time came to …
 
The Wendys with Jonathan Renton and Ian White (part 1) in conversation with David Eastaugh Formed in 1987, the Wendys were the second Scottish band to be signed to Factory Records, after The Wake. Their name came about after a nights drinking the evening before they were due to sign for Factory. They decided upon The Marys, but when the time came t…
 
Culture Shock, Citizen Fish & Subhumans special with Dick Lucas in conversation with David Eastaugh Culture Shock is an English punk rock band formed in Warminster, Wiltshire in 1986 by Dick Lucas, previously of the Subhumans. Over their four-year history the band played hundreds of gigs, including frequent appearances at free festivals, and releas…
 
The Wake with Gerard "Caesar" McInulty in conversation with David Eastaugh The Wake released their first single on their own Scan 45 label, coupling together "On Our Honeymoon" and "Give Up". This single eventually caught the attention of New Order manager Rob Gretton, who helped the band sign to Factory Records in 1982 and record an LP (Harmony) a…
 
Rory Miller joins the elite club of three-time guests on the podcast and we couldn't be happier to have him back. He is one of the world's leading authors on self-defence and violence management with some of his notable works including Meditations on Violence, Facing Violence, Conflict Communication, and Training for Sudden Violence amongst others.…
 
0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:05:26 COVID-19 Conspiracy Graffiti Michelle Bijkersma reports on COVID-19 conspiracy theory graffiti in Melbourne. 0:10:42 Protests - COVID-19 Conspiracies Anti-Lockdown protests at Melbourne's Queen Victoria Market as police arrest 74 protesters and issue more than $280,000 in fines. https://www.theage.com.a…
 
The Mudd Club with Richard Boch in conversation with David Eastaugh The club featured a bar, gender-neutral bathrooms and a rotating gallery curated by Keith Haring on the fourth floor.[2] Live performances included new wave, experimental music, literary icons Allen Ginsberg and William Burroughs, and catwalk exhibitions for emerging fashion design…
 
Sterling Roswell -Spacemen 3 & The Darkside special - in conversation with David Eastaugh Roswell joined Spacemen 3 in 1987 as drummer, and performed on the albums The Perfect Prescription and Performance. After leaving Spacemen 3, he joined The Darkside in 1989 - alongside Spacemen 3 bandmate Pete Bain - and recorded three albums with the band. He…
 
This episode starts off with Doogie's latest notes on the Twins, Vikings, Wild, and Wolves before Gophers Men's Hoops Head Coach Richard Pitino joins the show (11:04). Former Gopher and Viking Pete Najarian chats with Doogie about the return of BIG 10 football (25:43) and recent Wild acquisition, Blaine native, Nick Bjugstad rounds out the show (45…
 
Mark Saunders in conversation with David Eastaugh Saunders's professional music career started as a drummer playing with Carlene Carter, Johnny Cash's stepdaughter, in 1982. The first time he went into a recording studio with her to record some demos, he was excited by the whole recording process and after the stint with Carlene finished in 1984, h…
 
It's Immaterial with John Campbell in conversation with David Eastaugh It's Immaterial were formed by three former members of Yachts - Mancunian John Campbell vocals, Martin Dempsey guitar, and Henry Priestman keyboards - in addition to Paul Barlow, drums. By 1984, the band had been reduced to a duo - Campbell and Jarvis Whitehead, guitar and keybo…
 
Hi everyone! It's been 2.5 years since I did a Q&A, and I know you have questions, so I thought I'd answer them. Enjoy! New podcast recommendation One Strange Thing Thanks for supporting my sponsors! See the special offer codes here Access the Extended Q&A Also get ad-free episodes, Chats with Kristi after show, bonus episodes, and more Learn more …
 
All About Eve & The Mission special with Andy Cousin in conversation with David Eastaugh In the early 1980s Cousin played bass in Huddersfield for goth band Aemotti Crii, along with friend Tim Bricheno. Cousin remained with Aemotti Crii until they split up (circa 1984) and then moved down London for a very brief spell with a synthpop band called Pi…
 
Tommy Joe Moore is the founder of Bartitsu Lab as well as a lifelong boxer, judoka and martial arts enthusiast with background in both combat sport and reality-based self-defence. In this conversation we talk about the European martial art of Bartitsu, made famous in the Sherlock Holmes novels, how a system that was only taught for 2 years is still…
 
0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:04:20 A Dive into a Trove A wander through the decades of digitised Australian newspapers on a search for references to the words "Yowie Hunt". Did anyone ever find the Australian Big Foot? http://www.trove.nla.gov.au 0:21:08 CFI - We're Not Backing Down from Walmart Snake oil profiteering has emerged as a ge…
 
This episode of The Scoop leads off with Doogie's latest notes surrounding the Vikings, Wolves, and Gophers. The Athletic's Michael Lombardi chats with Doogie about the Vikings' upcoming start to the season (22:49) and ESPN's Mike Tannenbaum follows with how he sees the Vikings shaping up this year (38:16). Twins President of Baseball Operations De…
 
The Last special with Joe Nolte in conversation with David Eastaugh The band was initially inspired by the nascent CBGB’s scene as well as the first Modern Lovers album. Its sound was a mix of garage rock, surf rock, folk rock and psychedelic rock. The first settled line-up included Vitus Mataré (keyboards, flute), the Nolte brothers, and Jack Reyn…
 
Darts special with Den Hagarty in conversation with David Eastaugh Founded in 1976, they built up a large following playing clubs and universities, although their break came after they appeared on Charlie Gillett's show on BBC Radio London in October 1976. This secured the band a recording contract with Magnet Records, where they were teamed up wit…
 
Craig Gannon in conversation with David Eastaugh Gannon had played in bands with friends since he was 12 years old, and in 1983 joined Aztec Camera after replying to an ad in Melody Maker. In 1984 he briefly joined The Colourfield, and went on to join The Bluebells. After another brief stint in The Colourfield, when bass player Andy Rourke was fire…
 
Alberta's Michela Sheedy is here to chat about & share her current single "Lost"! A BIT ABOUT MICHELA SHEEDY Born and raised in Okotoks, Alberta, Michela brings a steely, yet feminine edge to the Canadian country music scene. Over the past few years, she has enjoyed several career highlights including sharing the stage with Keith Urban, Aaron Goodv…
 
Public Speaking in the Virtual World — Want to become accredited as an E Speaker? Follow this advice... Ross Saunders (PSASA - Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa | Past National President) In this episode, get ready to be inspired as host, Carmen Murray chat to Ross Saunders about the future of public speaking and how you can get …
 
He's the grandfather of modern self-defence. A legendary martial artist whose journey of self-discovery and self-destruction on the doors of Coventry nightclubs was documented in the paradigm shifting memoir, Watch My Back. His breakthrough training methods such as Animal Day training changed the way self-defence was taught throughout the world in …
 
The Mighty Lemon Drops with David Newton in conversation with David Eastaugh Originally called the Sherbet Monsters, the quartet first formed in the spring of 1985 in Wolverhampton, in The Black Country. Paul Marsh, Dave Newton and Tony Linehan had played together in a band called Active Restraint in 1982, with Newton later leaving to become a foun…
 
0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:03:43 Here's My Two Cents Worth. With Jennifer Hathorn Jennifer takes us on a decades long journey through the madness that is Dragon*Con. What are some of the highlights involving skepticism? Find out about the time James Randi appeared with Alice Cooper. 0:13:47 LIVE from Skeptrack! We talk to Dr Angie Matt…
 
The Power of Purpose — Unforgettable account of one man's indomitable will to overcome adversity Richard Wright | (Sales Guru, Successful Entrepreneur, Global Speaker, Author) In this episode, get ready to be inspired as host, Carmen Murray chat to Richard Wright, author of 'The Power of Purpose'. The Power of Purpose is an unforgettable account of…
 
Max's Kansas City special with Peter Crowley in conversation with David Eastaugh Max's Kansas City was a nightclub and restaurant at 213 Park Avenue South in New York City, which became a gathering spot for musicians, poets, artists and politicians in the 1960s and 1970s. It was opened by Mickey Ruskin (1933–1983) in December 1965 and closed in 198…
 
This episode kicks off with a full recap of the Twins' trade deadline and news of the Wolves having interest in Victor Oladipo. Wolves forward Jarred Vanderbilt (14:31) and guard Josh Okogie (31:34) join the show to discuss social injustice. Wisconsin Badgers guard Brad Davison talks about heading into his senior season and what lies on the road ah…
 
Bill Carey special talking about life in music with David Eastaugh Songwriter, guitarist, engineer and producer. Spent his early years in Florida where he formed The Stick Figures, he was also an original member of King Of Culture and NEMB. Relocated to New York City in 1981, where he joined Crash. Moved to London in 1986, where he formed Something…
 
Jarboe special - Swans & World of Skin - in conversation with David Eastaugh Between 1985 and 1996, she worked as a vocalist and keyboardist in the band, appearing on albums including Children of God (1987), The Burning World (1989), and Soundtracks for the Blind (1996). Jarboe's inclusion in the band marked a departure from their previous noise ro…
 
0:00:00 Introduction Richard Saunders 0:03:50 A Drive into a Trove A wander through the decades of digitised Australian newspapers on a search for references to the word "clairvoyant". Can we find a little wisdom from the past? http://www.trove.nla.gov.au 0:20:10 Australian Skeptics Newsletter What skeptical news has caught the eye of Tim Mendham t…
 
Annie Anxiety special - in conversation with David Eastaugh Little Annie began singing at the age of 16 with her band 'Annie and the Asexuals', formed in 1977. Upon moving to the UK in 1981 at the invitation of Steve Ignorant, she began working with Penny Rimbaud and Crass. She then went on to become the house chanteuse for Adrian Sherwood's On-U S…
 
Vic Godard & Subway Sect special - in conversation with David Eastaugh In 1976, Godard formed Subway Sect with three other fans of the Sex Pistols at the suggestion of Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, who wanted another band for the line-up of the 100 Club Punk Festival. Despite their inexperience, Subway Sect made a successful debut at the fes…
 
Tim Palmer special - discussing The Mission, David Bowie, Pearl Jam & much more - with David Eastaugh Palmer started his career in London. In the early 1980s, Palmer was an assistant engineer at Utopia Studios in London where he worked with musicians such as Mark Knopflerand Dead or Alive. By age 21, he had his first number one single, mixing "(I J…
 
This Wolves-centric episode begins with updates on the Timberwolves ownership group and their selling venture. ESPN's Bobby Marks joins the show to discuss the fallout the NBA Draft Lottery and the position the Wolves are in (3:50). Wolves Head Coach Ryan Saunders talks with Doogie about the team jumping up to the top pick of the NBA Draft and how …
 
Savannah Archambault is a self-defence instructor and founder of SAVage Hybrid Combat Systems based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Growing up in a military family, Savannah always had an urge to protect her community and be of service. She eventually found her calling after stumbling across the legendary Kevin Secours and becoming an instructor in hi…
 
The Vibrators special with John Ellis in conversation with David Eastaugh Ellis was a co-founder of the pub rock band Bazooka Joe in 1970 and a founding member of the punk rock band The Vibrators. He formed The Vibrators in 1976 while still at art school studying illustration. The Vibrators released two albums with Ellis and toured extensively. Ell…
 
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