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Strange & Unusual

Roya Dariani and Casey Shelton

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Two lifelong friends who are fascinated by the darker things in the world. Join us as we virtually travel the world to learn more about the myths, folklore, monsters and murder of a different country each episode.
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A Japanese fashion podcast focusing on lolita. Also a focus on the under represented J-Fashion enthusiasts including, but not limited to: plus size, members of the LGBTQ+, people of color. I want to take a fun, light hearted approach to get the conversation started about some possibly touchy subjects.
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Overwhelmed by conflicting narratives and sensationalism in the news? Wondering where you can get an objective analysis and direct-from-the-source reporting? Look no further than In the Room with Peter Bergen. In a weekly nonpartisan news podcast, longtime national security journalist and bestselling author Peter Bergen goes beyond the headlines, to explore the world’s most important and captivating stories. Each week, listeners are invited to join Peter as he covers a news topic like war, a ...
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High Society

Blackheat Productions

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Kyle and Roya are taking on the biggest questions sometimes left unanswered about daily personal conflicts, different perspectives, and what to do when you are not feeling yourself
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The podcast where we talk about getting into your growth era. Join Gabby and her amigas from both online and offline space while they share tips about how the have grow as a person, business, and/or community leader. New Episodes every other week! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/talentless-execution/support
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Seasoned

Connecticut Public Radio

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Seasoned is a radio program and podcast from Connecticut Public about the passionate people who grow and cook our food. Host Robyn Doyon-Aitken and a team of contributors and producers shine a light on local food makers, restaurants, and farms from every corner of the state. They also talk with nationally known food writers and cookbook authors to bring you the stories and inspiration behind their books and recipes. Go to CTPublic.org/food to see our featured recipes and videos and sign up f ...
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Welcome to The Truth podcast In a world where political narratives are carefully crafted and filtered through various lenses, it's time to uncover the untold stories. Join us as we dig deep into the heart of political issues, pulling back the curtain on the most pressing topics of our time. 'Unveiling Politics' is your passport to the hidden truths, a journey through the complexities of our political landscape. We dissect the headlines, challenge the status quo, and offer a fresh perspective ...
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Free to Think features conversation with interesting, thoughtful, and inspiring individuals whose research, teaching, or expression falls at the always sensitive intersection of power and ideas. We'll be speaking with those who have the courage to seek truth and speak truth, often at great risk, as well as with those who support them and share their stories. Free to Think is a podcast presented by Scholars at Risk, where we celebrate people with the courage to think, question, and share idea ...
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Did you know that Japan had their own version of the Red Sox? Well, they do, but their losing streak may be able to be blamed on… a fast food mascot? You’ll have to stick around and hear what Casey has to say! Email us at: Strangeunusualpodcast@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/strangeunusual Follow the pod on IG at: @strange_unusual_podcast Twitter: …
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The United States is home to countless dissidents from around the world who have fled repression in places like Iran, India, Russia and, increasingly, China. But US soil — even U.S. citizenship — isn’t a guarantee they’ll be left alone. Why are foreign governments daring to harass, hurt, or even kill their foes in the U.S. — and what's being done t…
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Join hosts Roya and Sheila this week as they sit down with myopia captain Dr. Justin Kwan to explore the fascinating world of myopia management and hear some controversial trending topics. Dr. Kwan, an expert in myopia management, will share his wealth of knowledge and experience, providing valuable pearls on effectively communicating with parents …
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في حلقتنا اليوم من بودكاست حكي سياسي، نتوغل في أعماق الشرق الأوسط لنستكشف سلسلة من الأحداث المترابطة التي تعصف بالمنطقة، مع تركيز خاص على التصعيد الخطير في لبنان والوضع المتوتر في رفح. نبدأ رحلتنا في لبنان، حيث تتفاقم الأزمات السياسية والاقتصادية، وتعمق الانقسامات الطائفية، مما يهدد بدفع البلاد إلى حافة الهاوية. الوضع في لبنان ليس بجديد، ولكن التصع…
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So, it was the runner up for the poll and Roya thought it would be fun to cover two episodes from the poll. In honor of Valentine’s day, we’re talking about Henri Landru, The Bluebeard of Gambais. He’s a real piece of work that will make you maybe be a little relieved to not be in a relationship, or maybe give you pause when a proposal seems too go…
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The January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol was the culmination of political trends in the United States that have festered for decades. And it may be a dress rehearsal for what comes next. Go to audible.com/news where you'll find Peter Bergen's recommendations for other news, journalism and nonfiction listening. See Privacy Policy at https://art1…
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This week on Seasoned, we’re spending the hour talking about—and tasting—chocolate. We'll get a history lesson and follow cacao's journey from a bitter drink for wealthy Aztecs to the delicious thing it is today. Plus, if you care about where your food comes from and how it impacts the people who grow and harvest it, as well as the planet, we're re…
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Welcome to the Try Not to Blink Podcast! In this exciting episode, hosts Roya and Sheila dive deep into scleral lenses, discussing GP materials and challenging scleral lens cases. They share their favorites and provide insightful reviews on adding Tangible Hydrapeg to your patient's lenses. And to make this episode even more special, they invite a …
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Abolitionists. The Gold Rush. Racism. Black Excellence. Casey tells us about the incredible life led by Mary Ellen Pleasant, a Black female abolitionist who moved out to California in search of fortune. Fortune that she definitely found. She was pretty incredible and we hope that everyone walks away with a new baddie to respect. Email us at: Strang…
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How did Hunter Biden’s laptop, a digital chronicle of misadventures by President Joe Biden’s troubled son, become a political flashpoint and help spark potential impeachment proceedings? What personal and business secrets buried in the old computer are being weaponized against the Biden family during the 2024 campaign? Are any of them cause for con…
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We are introducing a special episode on Try Not 2 Blink. This week, we are thrilled to have a remarkable guest on board. But first, Roya and Sheila have a friendly debate on what students struggle with the most when fitting scleral lenses, and then the discuss trending in the media America's first whole eyeball transplant surgery. Then, they welcom…
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We all have different opinions on dining alone. Some people relish the experience. Others would rather eat a bowl of bees than feel vulnerable at a table for one. . .perhaps thinking to themselves - are people judging me? This hour, producer Katrice Claudio reflects on solo dining and how it can actually be a way to connect — with yourself, and oth…
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Did you grow up with a family that was very attached to your local weather people? Well, that was the case for a lot of people in the Scranton-Wilkes-Barre area of Pennsylvania in the 90s to 00s with Marisa Burke. She was the area’s It Girl news anchor whose romance with Mark Kandel took the whole viewing area by storm. But the romance wouldn’t las…
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The job comes with all sorts of risks and responsibilities plus exposure to a lot of violence and trauma — whether that’s out in a war zone or in the office, where analysts may work on cases involving horrific human rights abuses. All of that can take its toll. CIA Director William Burns has acknowledged the agency needs to do more to “take care” o…
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Do you have debt fatigue? Does looking at your student loan balance cause you anxiety? Then you won't want to miss this week's episode on Try Not 2 Blink. Hosts Roya and Sheila have financial coach Lauryn Williams, a CFP and student loan advisor, join them. Listen as she talks about the dreaded world of managing finances. In this episode, Lauryn wi…
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What do witches, Hitler and Aleister Crowley all have in common? Potentially one very particular ritual. Casey takes us back to World War II where a coven of witches gathered together to tell Hitler he couldn’t come. The crazy thing? It didn’t not work. But who actually did it? Did it even happen? You decide Email us at: Strangeunusualpodcast@gmail…
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Join us on the TN2B podcast as we dive into the world of healthcare administration with renowned charting coach Dr. Sarah Smith. In this episode, Dr. Smith sits down with hosts Roya and Sheila to explore the impact of excessive charting and how it has become a burden on healthcare professionals. Together, they discuss strategies for managing fatigu…
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Sean Kirkpatrick is one of the best guys on earth to answer that question. He set up the Pentagon’s new office tasked with investigating UFO sightings by the US military. But he rarely gives interviews. Until now. You’ll hear what his investigators found out about sightings going back to Roswell, and what he thinks is the biggest UFO conspiracy of …
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Olive oil is a thing of beauty—and essential in so much of our cooking. Olive oil sommelier Tassos Kyriakides teaches us how to better appreciate olive oil – both for its flavor and its health and ecological benefits. And, producer Meg Dalton reports on one Connecticut organization using Palestinian olive oil to educate the community about the regi…
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Was it murder? Was there a ghost? What even is incest really? All that more explored in this strange ghost story, where Casey takes us back to England, 1792, where Dick on Cock Lane got his life all stirred up by the possibility of a ghost haunting his daughter. Email us at: Strangeunusualpodcast@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/strangeunusual Follow…
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Until recently, the eight nations whose borders creep into the icy Arctic haven’t had much of a reason to fight over this forbidding landscape. But as climate change melts the ice and opens up access to all kinds of precious resources, the United States is preparing for the possibility of conflict. So how will the U.S. defend its interests in a pla…
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Welcome to the TN2B podcast! In today's episode, we have a special guest, Dr. Michael Neal, joining Roya and Sheila to discuss an intriguing topic. What are hiring mistakes, and how do you avoid them? Dr. Neal will walk us through his team's process to determine applicants' unique abilities and why resumes are useless. We'll explore how this approa…
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Welcome to season 2! This season Roya starts out with answering some questions folks have sent online. We are starting out with a parent who believes their four year old is intentionally ruining her food...whatever shall they do?? Don't forget to check out The Recreative Online Art Group (formerly the Play with Purpose group) and the 10 week parent…
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في هذا الخطاب القوي والمؤثر، يقف علي البخيتي ، شخصية بارزة في الساحة السياسية اليمنية، ليعبر عن وجهات نظره الجريئة حول موقف المقاومة اليمنية من القضية الفلسطينية. يتناول الخطاب بعمق التحديات والتعقيدات التي تواجه العالم العربي، مشددًا على أهمية القضية الفلسطينية كرمز للنضال والعدالة. ينتقد المتحدث بحدة الاستراتيجيات والمواقف التي اتخذتها المقاومة ا…
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We know that you heard from Roya last, but this case was important so we wanted to interrupt our previously established episodes to get this in here while it’s super relevant. Earlier this year, an injustice was done in Florida (shocker) and there may be some time to help make a difference. If you would be so kind to take a few seconds to sign this…
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Meet the newest branch of the American military and learn how life as you know it could stop if it fails to do its job. Go to audible.com/news where you'll find Peter Bergen's recommendations for other news, journalism and nonfiction listening. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privac…
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Are you looking to take your marketing game to the next level? Do you want expert advice from a renowned marketing coach? Look no further! Join Roya and Sheila for the first exciting episode in the Eye Care Resolutions Solution Series featuring the one and only Patrick Allen, a leading marketing strategist with years of experience in the field. In …
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Before we go full-speed ahead on 2024, this week on Seasoned, we’re listening back to some of our favorite conversations of 2023. You'll hear moments from our episode celebrating local restaurants that have stood the test of time, an Indigenous chef who made James Beard Award history, chefs we’re cheering for (always!) and people supporting their c…
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In the summer of 2022, the United States military ran a major training exercise to prepare to respond if its ally Taiwan gets invaded by China. Central to the strategy: the tiny American island of Guam, the westernmost part of the United States, where the U.S. has more than doubled defense spending in recent years. But not everyone on Guam is convi…
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Roya Shariat and her mother, Gita Sadeh are co-authors of the new cookbook, Maman and Me: Recipes from Our Iranian American Family. You’ve likely seen Gita on Roya’s TikTok and Instagram, where she’s famous for flipping the most gorgeous tahdigs and picking the right-sized container for leftovers 100% of the time (there are some nail-biters and you…
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This week, Roya and Sheila discuss the New Year's Resolutions for Try Not 2 Blink; they talk about the special guests and their planned topics for the new year. They share their holiday traditions, and Sheila provides valuable tips on preventing eye injuries with eye-safe gifts. Tune in to discover insightful information as Roya and Sheila welcome …
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This week on Seasoned, real talk from the authors of the podcast—and now book—Food, We Need to Talk: The Science-Based, Humor-Laced Last Word on Eating, Diet, and Making Peace with Your Body. Juna Gjata and Dr. Eddie Phillips join producer Katrice Claudio to unpack ideas about diet culture, weight loss and what it means to be healthy. GUESTS: Juna …
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Revisiting history is never simple. Especially the history of the United States, which is often painful, and, invariably political. At dinner tables, school board meetings, and political protests, Americans disagree not only about how our past should be interpreted, but what actually happened in the first place. From the myth about George Washingto…
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On today's show, Roya and Sheila reviewed the current recommendations regarding the first line of treatment for glaucoma. Is it drops, or is it laser? Stay tuned as they share a scleral lens pearl of the day that may be easier than you think! Then they chat with the marketing expert Christie Markowitz on why saying no can actually build credibility…
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