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The Altruistic Traveller is a podcast bringing you stories of influential changemakers from around the globe. Venture across continents and become inspired to be a part of the change you wish to see in this world.
 
The Billions After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Showtime's Billions.Show Summary: Wealth, influence and corruption collide in this drama set in New York. Shrewd U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades is embroiled in a high-stakes game of predator vs. prey with Bobby Axelrod, an ambitious hedge-fund king. To date, Rhoades has never lost an insider trading case — he's 81-0 — but when criminal evidence turns up against Axelrod, he proceeds cautiously in building the case against Axelrod, ...
 
Former special operations (1/75) sniper, bestselling author, firearm industry executive and attorney Ryan Cleckner discussing all things guns, law and politics. Ryan’s engaging demeanor and straight talk on complex topics will have you instantly hooked on this great podcast!
 
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conversation radio
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This podcast will be about everything from Sports comic books life. Music everything Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/sterling-hines/support
 
All the Latest Articles in English
 
All the Latest Articles in English
 
A daily current affairs programme covering the major Pacific stories of the week, with background and reaction from the people making the news.
 
The most authoritative and comprehensive coverage of local and world events to be found on morning radio happens from 6:00am to 9:00am every weekday on RNZ National.
 
Money Girl provides short and friendly business, personal finance, and investing tips to help you live a richer life. Whether you're just starting out or are already a savvy investor, Money Girl's advice will point you in the right direction. From the creators of Grammar Girl at QuickandDirtyTips.com.
 
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Radio Derb
Weekly
 
VDARE.com columnist John Derbyshire reviews the week's news.
 
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The Rubin Report
Weekly
 
Care about free speech? Tired of political correctness? Like discussions about big ideas? Watch Dave Rubin on The Rubin Report. Real conversations, unfiltered rants, and one on one interviews with some of the most interesting names in news and entertainment. Comedians, authors, and influencers join Dave each week to break down the latest in politics and current events. Real people, real issues, real talk.New episodes every Friday!
 
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Bracket Busters
Weekly
 
 
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hiTechMODA
Rare
 
hiTechMODA MissionOur mission is to inspire, empower, discover and encourage fashion talent worldwide with the use of the cutting edge Instant 3D Fashion Design Technology, Tailornova.From Emerging and Indie Contemporary Designers to Plus Size Fashion visionaries to DIY enthusiasts, we exist to enable sustainability of the Industry and to democratize the fashion industry by making it accessible to anyone.Every Fashion Season, we open the catwalk opportunity to the top five designers, careful ...
 
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WNYC News
Daily
 
The latest articles from WNYC News
 
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Two Dope Doulas
Monthly+
 
As women, mothers, daughters, and Doulas, we are on a mission to inspire people to take authority over their bodies and their birth, and to unmask the stigmas surrounding women’s health. We believe that every woman deserves confidence in her body, her rights, and her sexuality.
 
Denny Burk, Professor of New Testament
 
A show about Politics, Culture, and The Other Things.
 
Cross Examined Life improves the way we disagree with one another. Guests advance controversial positions, then I rake their position over the coals through Socratic cross-examination. Each week we exemplify thoughtful and respectful disagreement. I’m Chris – I love challenging assumptions, and I encourage you to Ask More Questions.
 
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Voice of America
Daily+
 
Voice of America is an international news and broadcast organization serving Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, the Middle East and Balkan countries
 
Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
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NFL Fantasy Live
Weekly+
 
Fantasy freaks and geeks, this is the podcast for you. Marcas Grant and Michael Fabiano provide detailed fantasy football analysis combining in-depth stats and film study to help you win your league and earn bragging rights over your friends, coworkers or family. A mix of humor and pop-culture references keep the show fresh and light, & will expose you to new movies, music, books and more!
 
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Produced in partnership with James Madison's Montpelier, Your Weekly Constitutional is a public radio show featuring lively discussion of controversial constitutional topics, from Gay Rights to Gun Rights. Find us on Facebook and iTunes!
 
www.letstalkadoption.com is an internet based talk show covering a variety of topics on family, teens, health, relationships, pregnancy, and adoption. Past guests have included authors, attorneys, physicians, social workers, adoptive parents and birth parents. Visit www.letstalkadoption.com for more information about membership benefits and to subscribe to our weekly podcasts
 
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Radio Boston
Daily+
 
Provocative stories and authentic voices from around Boston
 
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Jack Lessenberry
Daily
 
Every weekday, Michigan Radio political analyst Jack Lessenberry offers up his perspective on the latest political news in Michigan.
 
The Guardian's Audio Long Reads podcasts are a selection of the Guardian’s long read articles which are published in the paper and online. It gives you the opportunity to get on with your day whilst listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer: in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more.
 
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Small Changes
Monthly+
 
Small Changes is a series of one-on-one interviews with people who've seen a problem in the world and set out to change it - often in small and unexpected ways
 
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Voice of America
Daily+
 
Voice of America is an international news and broadcast organization serving Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, the Middle East and Balkan countries
 
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Voice of America
Daily+
 
Voice of America is an international news and broadcast organization serving Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, the Middle East and Balkan countries
 
Africa News Tonight is a lively news magazine featuring VOA correspondent reports, interviews with African officials, opposition leaders, NGOs and human rights activists. News feature stories look at science and technology, environmental issues, humanitarian topics and the African diaspora.
 
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TIME's The Brief
Daily+
 
All of the things you need to know now from the editors of TIME
 
VOA Asia presents the best and most interesting stories from our veteran reporters covering Asia. VOA Asia tells what U.S.-Asian relationships might mean in your daily life, and what Asians think about life in the United States.
 
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Quick Hitts
Rare
 
The only podcast that helps you get Smartenized. Brief, succinct podcasts that provide a humorous look at news, culture, science, politics, and the world around us told from a somewhat disgusted, slightly amused point of view.
 
Ben Fordham: Highlights
 
The latest feed from Beacon Baptist Church on SermonAudio.com.
 
Charles Adler is a 40-year radio and television broadcast veteran whose career has seen him tour Canada, working in Montreal (CJAD), Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto (CFRB), London, Hamilton, and Winnipeg (CJOB).In the U.S.A., Adler hosted a nationally syndicated radio show out of Tampa, hitting more than 120 markets, and a nightly primetime television show out of Boston, for which he won a Best TV Host for New England Emmy.Adler has hosted national radio and television programs in Canada, includ ...
 
Roland S. Martin is a nationally award-winning and multifaceted journalist. A nationally syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate, Mr. Martin is the author of Listening to the Spirit Within: 50 Perspectives on Faith, and Speak, Brother! A Black Man’s View of America, and his newest book, “The First: President Barack Obama’s Road to the White House as originally reported by Roland S. Martin.” Mr. Martin is a commentator for TV One Cable Network and host of “Washington Watch with Roland Ma ...
 
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The Wilderness
Weekly
 
 
Every weekday, All Things Considered hosts Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly and Ari Shapiro present the program's trademark mix of news, interviews, commentaries, reviews, and offbeat features. Michel Martin hosts on the weekends.
 
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AnthroPod
Rare
 
AnthroPod is produced by the Society for Cultural Anthropology (http://www.culanth.org). Each episode, we explore what anthropologists and anthropology can teach us about the world and people around us.
 
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FT Money Show
Weekly
 
The Financial Times Money Show brings you engaging insight into personal finance. Claer Barrett, her team and leading industry commentators dissect the week’s news and discuss how it will affect you and your pocket. Produced by Lucy Warwick-Ching.
 
The London School of Economics and Political Science public events podcast series is a platform for thought, ideas and lively debate where you can hear from some of the world's leading thinkers. Listen to more than 200 new episodes every year.
 
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AlimBey
Monthly+
 
Metaphysics, Af-Ra Centric History, Alternative Healing Methods such as Herbology, Reiki, Chi Kung, Pranic Healing, Astrology, Numerology, UFO’s (IFO’s) an
 
It's your world. Jump in.
 
two wild, weird and lovable girls discuss life's little oddities, the latest in celebrity news, and throw in the occasional guest to keep things spicy. Jane....the Philly chick with the heart of a fighter and a sense of style that would leave even Tim Gunn in awe. An actress and lifelong lover of all things quirky, silly and hip.Tosha...the Southern chick who lives to write, thrives on creativity, earning degrees and majoring in snark. A lifelong lover of Godiva chocolates, so hide your swee ...
 
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DRTYBSMNT RADIO
Weekly
 
FOR THE HOTTEST NEW MUSIC, CELEBRITY INTERVIEWS AND REAL TALK TUNE INTO DRTYBSMNT RADIO! SCROLL THROUGH OUR ARCHIVES AND CHECK OUT SOME OF OUR CLASSIC SHOWS TODAY!!!
 
Welcome to the Regular Guys’ Wrestling Podcast! Eric and James are just two regular guys who happen to love pro wrestling. Join us every Thursday evening for new episodes!
 
Lawyer Bill O'Shea, Health Professor Steve Ellen and Lindy Burns take an entertaining and informative look at the issues of the week from the perspective of a doctor and a lawyer.
 
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We're joined by home builder and tv celebrity Mike Holmes to continue our conversation about young people and the stigma around the trades. Plus, a conversation with pollster Darrel Bricker on his new book, "Empty Planet". Finally, we're joined by poverty prevention expert Dr. Jennifer Robson on the financial insecurity of Canadians. But first, ...…
 
Canadian common sense - The Plecas report Subscribe to the Charles Adler Tonight podcast to hear more: https://curiouscast.ca/podcast/135/charles-adler-tonight/
 
Daily memo: The extradition of the Huawei CFO Subscribe to the Charles Adler Tonight podcast to hear more: https://curiouscast.ca/podcast/135/charles-adler-tonight/
 
The Vanuatu Council of Ministers has approved a plan for the restoration of services to Ambae after ongoing volcanic eruptions over the past year and a half forced two mass evacuations and disrupted the lives of over ten thousand people; the Cook Islands has raised concerns with New Zealand and China over shoddy work on the biggest aid project ...…
 
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The Vanuatu Council of Ministers has approved a plan for the restoration of services to Ambae after ongoing volcanic eruptions over the past year and a half forced two mass evacuations and disrupted the lives of over ten thousand people.
 
The Cook Islands has raised concerns with New Zealand and China over shoddy work on the biggest aid project in the country in decades.
 
Locals in Guam are concerned that the reintroduction of a self defence bill will increase violence in the community.
 
Learning English use a limited vocabulary and are read at a slower pace than VOA's other English broadcasts. Previously known as Special English.
 
Learning English use a limited vocabulary and are read at a slower pace than VOA's other English broadcasts. Previously known as Special English.
 
Learning English use a limited vocabulary and are read at a slower pace than VOA's other English broadcasts. Previously known as Special English.
 
Wisconsin, the Dairy State, may someday be known as the Solar State too. While solar is a boost for some struggling dairy farmers, others fear the fallout from turning their farm community into a solar production site.
 
Republicans are planning to bring President Trump's offer to end the shutdown up for a vote in the Senate this week. Democrats oppose it and will vote on their own package in the House.
 
As lawmakers returned to the Kansas state capitol this year, three seats won by Republicans are now in the hands of Democrats. That's after three suburban Republican women left the GOP.
 
Wisconsin, the Dairy State, may someday be known as the Solar State too. While solar is a boost for some struggling dairy farmers, others fear the fallout from turning their farm community into a solar production site.
 
A new recording spotlights the tenacious composer, who was the first African-American woman to have her work performed by a major symphony orchestra.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with screenwriter Ben Philippe about his debut novel The Field Guide to the North American Teenager.
 
The 2020 census is set to begin in Toksook Bay, Alaska, continuing the tradition of counting the most remote parts of the most northern state before the rest of the U.S.
 
The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park had been shuttered because of the partial government shutdown. But Delta Air Lines paid to keep it open on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Associated Press reporter Marilynn Marchione about the Chinese government's investigation into He Jiankui, who claims he created the world's first gene-edited babies.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Vicki Tardif, a linguist at Google, who led one of the walkouts last year. Now, she's building upon that with a social media campaign to end forced arbitration.
 
California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris announced she is running for president Monday, joining a growing Democratic field that was present at Martin Luther King Jr. Day events around the country.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., chair of the House Homeland Security Committee, about President Trump's proposal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy.
 
General Electric spent six years and hundreds of millions of dollars trying to dredge toxic PCBs from New York's Hudson River. But now it's not clear whether this massive cleanup actually worked.
 
Indian farmers are rioting and killing themselves. Many accuse the prime minister of neglecting them in favor of Hindu nationalists and big business as opposition parties vie for votes, with offers of debt relief.
 
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May unveiled her latest plan to take Britain out of the European Union on Monday. Critics say her statement contained little that might move the process forward.
 
In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. was jailed in Birmingham, Ala. He wrote "Letter from Birmingham Jail." James Earl Jones reads an excerpt of the letter at a 1988 event at New York's 92nd Street Y.
 
Football is still king in America, but almost nobody wants to insure it. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with ESPN's Steve Fainaru about the growing crisis that could topple the U.S.'s most popular sport.
 
Thrift stores are overwhelmed as people bring stuff in after watching Netflix's Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. NPR's Audie Cornish hears from New Yorker fashion columnist Rachel Syme about the trend.
 
Almost all of the Federal Bureau of Prisons' 36,000 employees are being forced to work without pay. Some can't afford gas to get to work, others are selling spare household items on the Internet.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with screenwriter Ben Philippe about his debut novel The Field Guide to the North American Teenager.
 
The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park had been shuttered because of the partial government shutdown. But Delta Air Lines paid to keep it open on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Associated Press reporter Marilynn Marchione about the Chinese government's investigation into He Jiankui, who claims he created the world's first gene-edited babies.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Vicki Tardif, a linguist at Google, who led one of the walkouts last year. Now, she's building upon that with a social media campaign to end forced arbitration.
 
California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris announced she is running for president Monday, joining a growing Democratic field that was present at Martin Luther King Jr. Day events around the country.
 
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., chair of the House Homeland Security Committee, about President Trump's proposal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy.
 
General Electric spent six years and hundreds of millions of dollars trying to dredge toxic PCBs from New York's Hudson River. But now it's not clear whether this massive cleanup actually worked.
 
Indian farmers are rioting and killing themselves. Many accuse the prime minister of neglecting them in favor of Hindu nationalists and big business as opposition parties vie for votes, with offers of debt relief.
 
Philippine voters decide on regional autonomy. Climate change is on Australia's mind. Christians persecuted in China. A Chinese delicacy has Ugandan fishermen upset. Improved space sight, and remembering a civil rights champion.
 
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May unveiled her latest plan to take Britain out of the European Union on Monday. Critics say her statement contained little that might move the process forward.
 
In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. was jailed in Birmingham, Ala. He wrote "Letter from Birmingham Jail." James Earl Jones reads an excerpt of the letter at a 1988 event at New York's 92nd Street Y.
 
Football is still king in America, but almost nobody wants to insure it. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with ESPN's Steve Fainaru about the growing crisis that could topple the U.S.'s most popular sport.
 
Thrift stores are overwhelmed as people bring stuff in after watching Netflix's Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. NPR's Audie Cornish hears from New Yorker fashion columnist Rachel Syme about the trend.
 
Almost all of the Federal Bureau of Prisons' 36,000 employees are being forced to work without pay. Some can't afford gas to get to work, others are selling spare household items on the Internet.
 
Republicans are planning to bring President Trump's offer to end the shutdown up for a vote in the Senate this week. Democrats oppose it and will vote on their own package in the House.
 
As lawmakers returned to the Kansas state capitol this year, three seats won by Republicans are now in the hands of Democrats. That's after three suburban Republican women left the GOP.
 
The Patriots are off to the Super Bowl again, after winning another AFC Championship title 37-31 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
 
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