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MONSTER PARTY

JAMES GONIS, SHAWN SHERIDAN, LARRY STROTHE, & MATT WEINHOLD

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What happens when four Comic Con hardened sci-fi/horror fans sit around some microphones, slam down cocktails, and argue about all things monstrous? It's a podcast called Monster Party! You have been warned.
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Science with Milk, No Sugar

Franziska Sattler-Morrison, M.Sc.

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Learn more about the faces behind the research. What are the struggles of a young woman in science? What happens when you leave academia? What are the hurdles of families who want to pursue careers in science? Behind every committed researcher lies a long and difficult path to Higher Education, filled with countless obstacles. With this new podcast Franziska wants to give doctoral students, postdocs, as well as scientists who left academia, a platform to tell us their story. Most importantly ...
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Under The Puppet

Saturday Morning Media

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Since 2017. Under The Puppet is a monthly show that is preserving puppetry through the personal stories of professional puppeteers. Guests include puppeteers from The Muppets, Sesame Street, The Jim Henson Company and more. The show also covers other forms of puppetry such as marionettes, shadow puppetry and Bunraku . Hosted by puppeteer Grant Baciocco (The Jim Henson Company, Mystery Science Theatre 3000).
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To make sustainable change, protect our environment and create a lower-carbon future, we need to have a dialogue with everyone involved. Join us on Sustainably Speaking, as we talk with innovators, policymakers, academics, and scientists to discuss the most critical issues of our time – and innovative ways to create a brighter future through the lens of sustainability. Visit: https://plasticmakers.org/education-innovation/podcast/.
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Ableton Certified Trainer- Dan Giffin interviews today's industry experts and Ableton Live artists. We'll explore all things music from studio to stage. For sponsorship inquiries, email: Contact@LiveProducersOnline.com Official page: LiveProducersOnline.com/podcast
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The Boundless Book Club

Emirates Literature Foundation

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From Russian tragedies to Australian comedies, via Emirati slam poetry and Saudi science fiction, our appetite for words knows no bounds. In our day jobs at the Emirates Literature Foundation, you'd normally find us planning the next Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, but the rest of the time we're guessing whodunnit, debating the ultimate feel-good novel, or reading the stacks of books that line our office walls. As we are here in Dubai, one of the best connected cities in the world, ...
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Multi-Hazards . . . all about protecting communities. Climate change, extreme weather, (un)natural disasters, pandemics, systemic racism, neocolonialism, neoliberalism, poisonous political trends, etc. These pose a threat to human societies and the natural world. This is a podcast about disasters suffered or averted, with issues facing experts in climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, anti-racism and many other important topics. It's for anyone interested in protecting your comm ...
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Co-hosts Dr. John Lanci and Christie Matherne interview local, regional, national, and international writers, with the goal of empowering listeners to find power and truth in writing. New episodes drop the second Tuesday of each month. Episode transcripts here.
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It's Lifestyle Meets Culture Entertainment! Join the ride as our host, Ash Tonee, overshares stories from her life and her journey creating the infamous, Viva La Life Podcast 2.0 Check out the Viva La Life Podcast 2.0 on the website, vivalalifepodcast.com, we're talking celebs, gossip, and everything pop culture.
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The Greg Hill Show, featuring hosts Greg Hill, Jermaine Wiggins and Courtney Cox, airs weekdays 6-10 a.m. The show features an interview with Bill Belichick each week during Patriots season. Follow the show on Twitter @TheGregHillShow.
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RN Breakfast daily stories separated out for easy listening. RN Breakfast is the program informed Australians wake up to. Start each day with comprehensive coverage and analysis of national and international events, and hear interviews with the people who matter today—along with those who'll be making news tomorrow.
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Kris Kourtis TV and Radio Star speaks the truth about a plethora of topics. Born January 23rd 1983. Kris Kourtis is a TV and Radio Billionaire. Be has written over 14 audiobooks that can be purchased on Amazon or iTunes and free on YouTube.
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Geek. Nerd. Tech.

Black Hollywood Live

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Ever wanted to talk tech? Or just learn more so you too can be a nerd? Geek. Nerd. Tech. is the show that brings you into the know on all the latest trendsetting gadgets, electronics, and consumer products you need to pay attention to. Plus dive down the rabbit hole of geek culture through a black and brown perspective discussing topics such as Comic Con, Marvel, science fiction and more. Ultimately, the more we know, the more we can avoid Skynet. And isn't that really the goal?
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Growing Connected with Dr. Jeffrey and Amy Olrick

Dr. Jeffrey and Amy Olrick and Christian Parenting

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On each Growing Connected podcast, husband and wife team Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick discuss a listener-submitted question, exploring what the intersection of child development science and faith teach us about issues families are facing. Growing Connected is a part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network. To find practical and spiritual advice to help you grow into the parent you want to be visit www.ChristianParenting.org
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December 15th, 2009 Smurfit Stone Container Corporation announces the permanent closure of the expansive pulp mill just West of Missoula. 417 workers were told they had two weeks before they had to find a new job. For an explanation as to why, Smurfit President Steve Klinger writes in a brief statement that mills were “high-cost facilities that do not provide adequate returns over the long term for the company.” The immediate economic impacts of Frenchtown and Missoula are enormous. At the t ...
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From '6 Rings & Football Things' (subscribe here): Fitzy and Hart react to Rhamondre Stevenson inking a four-year, $36 million extension. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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It was the art of listening that turned Heather Morris' friendship with Lale Sokolov into an international bestselling novel and television miniseries. The author joins RN Breakfast to share the story behind 'The Tattooist of Auschwitz' ahead of her upcoming appearance at the 20th International Conference on Thinking in Melbourne. Guest: Heather Mo…
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AI-hallucinations, like a case last month when Google's AI summaries suggested cats had visited the moon, are a serious issue for the rapidly expanding technology. Now researchers from Oxford University have outlined a system for flagging unreliable or inaccurate text generated by large language models. So, how does it work? Guest: Dr Jonathan Webb…
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The conflict between Hamas and Israel has polarised the left and right in countries across the world, more than any other issue in recent times. Against that backdrop, the New York Times columnist and prominent defender of Israel, Bret Stephens is in the country to give a talk hosted by the Centre for Independent Studies. He joined RN Breakfast to …
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The award-winning series Stuff the British Stole is back with a blockbuster second season, filmed across 11 different countries, from Kenya to Canada, Ireland to the Amazon. Presenter Marc Fennell told RN Breakfast he's "always looking for the grey areas" when choosing what stories to tell. He says there's a moral quandary at the heart of every epi…
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Former Telstra boss and nuclear physicist Ziggy Switkowski has given his backing to the Coalition's plans to build seven nuclear power plants across Australia. Switkowski once advised the Howard government on nuclear issues - and has dismissed concerns about the high cost of building small reactors, because of their longterm value as a source of re…
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The ABC's new Chair, Kim Williams has begun a campaign to lobby Canberra for extra government funding, outlining his vision for the national broadcaster to be a "national campfire" that brings Australians together.He told RN Breakfast "democracy is fraying at the edges", and has urged a "much more vigorous style of engagement in fact-based exchange…
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The Coalition unveiled the seven sites of their nuclear proposal this week, but crucially as we know there's no dollar figure attached. How's it been received by voters - and in particular the communities that could be directly impacted?Political Editor for news.com.au Samantha Maiden and ABC Political lead and host of Insiders on ABC TV David Spee…
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A key take-away from the Chinese Premier's visit to Australia was an agreement to better military relations between the two nations, in order to avoid incidents Defence Minister Richard Marles told RN Breakfast that while the defence dialogue doesn't resolve "fundamental" issues, it does "deepen" the understanding between the two nations - allowing…
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Ambassador David Satterfield, President Biden's Gaza aid envoy told RN Breakfast that when the war in Gaza comes to a close it must confront Hamas, and present the people of Gaza "an alternate political vision".Otherwise he warns there "is no real day after" for the region, rather a "very dim, very threatening prospect" of chaos in Gaza, or a retur…
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Rishi Sunak could be the first UK Prime Minister to lose his seat at a general election in more than 100 years, according to a new poll. It comes as a new scandal has erupted, with a second Tory candidate under investigation for allegedly betting on the date of the next election before it was announced. Guest: Jon Sopel, UK journalist and host of T…
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The death toll from extreme heat among Muslim pilgrims to Mecca in Saudi Arabia continues to rise - with many hundreds dead and dozens more missing. The ABC has been told at least one Australian has died in the heat - funeral prayers have been read for the man, though he hasn't been identified. Guest: Yayha Adel Ibrahim is a Muslim Chaplain at Curt…
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From '6 Rings & Football Things' (subscribe here): The Patriots will have some time before they return to the field for training camp. Now what? Fitzy and Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald discuss. Plus, a preview of Callahan's profile. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Le…
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From 'Heat Check' (subscribe here): The Celtics steamrolled, well, everyone. Trysta breaks down their big win and offers up a few takeaways moving forward from this series and these playoffs. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://po…
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This week in cinemas Guy Pearce is a preacher in 1830s New Zealand who finds himself caught between warring Maori tribes in 'The Convert'. Also out this week is a Danish film 'The Promised Land', which The Screen Show's Jason di Rosso highly recommends.RN film critic and host of The Screen Show Jason Di Rosso joins RN Breakfast to discuss the lates…
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If you're in the mood for a fancy wedding in Marrakesh and digging into the lives of the ultra-rich, you'll love the new novel by Kevin Kwan - author of Crazy Rich Asians. And if you want to take a tour of a Chinese ghost city, the new novel by Australian author Siang Lu might be more your pace. Guest: Claire Nichols, host of The Book Show RECOMMEN…
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Focus-group polling of Conservative leaning voters in Gippsland, found health and safety were key concerns that the Coalition will have to address if they want to sell the policy. So, what more will the Coalition need to do to win a mandate on its nuclear poilicy? Guest:Tony Barry is a director at the RedBridge Group and a former deputy state direc…
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There's been a nuclear reaction to the Opposition's policy announcement yesterday, but Charles Croucher says "more detail' on the ins and outs of the policy is needed. The Chief Political Editor for 9News says the move is politically risky - but "maybe this is the unusual step" the Coalition and Opposition leader Peter Dutton had to take, in order …
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The Prime Minister has been quick to label the Opposition's nuclear policy as a "fantasy", stating that markets won't fund it because it's over 15-years away. But it comes as the Government's transition to renewables is taking longer and costing more the many Australians anticipated. The Prime Minister told RN Breakfast renewables - with firming ca…
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There's been a huge national response to the Coalition's nuclear policy choosing seven locations across the country, with a promise to build the first reactor between 2035 and 2037. But they've so far refused to reveal how much it will cost, only that taxpayers will be footing the bill. Shadow Treasurer Angus Taylor told RN Breakfast the price-tag …
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