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I talk to authors, subject matter experts and millionaire mentors to understand how successful people approach their personal growth, Get Sh!t Done and become financially free. Whether it’s habits, money or mindset, I want to learn from the experts and share it with you. We talk about Self-improvement, greatness, impact, mindset and FI. Previous guests include: Steve Magness, Brad Stulberg, Kevin Kelly, Jonah Berger, Laura Gassner Otting, Brian Feroldi, Eric Partaker, Bill Perkins, Juliet an ...
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The Bouncebackability Podcast

Rusty Earnshaw and Simon Ursell

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How to thrive not just survive in challenging times. Hosts Simon Ursell and Rusty Earnshaw talk to the change makers, leaders and mavericks in sport, business and beyond about what happens when we’re faced with tough challenges - and how to use these situations to challenge our thinking, resulting in more productive and rewarding outcomes. Together with their guests, they’ll share their experiences and unpack how they have reacted to their biggest challenges, covering some enlightening topic ...
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Welcome to the PT compass podcast. My name is Simon Murphy, a final year Physiotherapy student at Bond University in Australia, and I am your host. I talk with practising physios, students, and other healthcare individuals. I hope this podcast lets you live your best professional or student life. Enjoy. Follow me on Instagram @ThePtStudentCompass for announcements and content!
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Big name interviews, and a weekly fix of Friends Round Friday, all in one place! Zoe speaks to some of the world’s most loved movie stars, singer-songwriters, performers, and all-round icons in special one-off interviews exclusive to the Breakfast Show. Plus, there’s all the best bits from a fabulous trio of showbiz guests on Friends Round Friday.
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The BelTel

Belfast Telegraph

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The BelTel brings you some of Northern Ireland's top journalists, Allison Morris, Sam McBride and Suzanne Breen to name but a few, giving you the inside stories behind what is in the news. Presented by Ciarán Dunbar, the Bel Tel investigates, debates and informs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Women's Podcast, hosted by Róisín Ingle & Kathy Sheridan. Producers: Róisín Ingle and Suzanne Brennan. By women, for everyone. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Poppin' Bottles

Rob Grabowski, Josh Segovia

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A comedic podcast about your favorite beverages! Each week a new guest chats about their beverage of choice with recovering bartender Josh Segovia and barback Rob Grabowski. Bottle Icon Art by Alex Vaughn
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Listen to the latest promo clips from The Second Captains Podcast and all of The Second Captains World Service shows. Includes some favourite audio bed picks from our producers. Join The Second Captains World Service and get access to our daily shows and much more. Become a Second Captains member at secondcaptains.com. - iTunes Podcast of the Year - iTunes Essentials Top 10 Podcasts of All-Time - The Guardian's 50 Podcasts You Need To Hear - Ireland's Most-Downloaded Podcast
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The Studio Takeover podcast is about and for Portrait Photographers from all walks. Join host Cat Ford-Coates as she shares her journey and interviews other Portrait Photographers to learn how they navigate personal and professional challenges, their businesses, and their lives.
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You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart

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You Are Not So Smart is a show about psychology that celebrates science and self delusion. In each episode, we explore what we've learned so far about reasoning, biases, judgments, and decision-making.
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If Glasgow’s Walls Could Talk

Glasgow City Heritage Trust

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A podcast by Glasgow City Heritage Trust which focuses on the relationships, stories and shared memories that exist between Glasgow’s historic buildings and the city's communities. Presented by Glasgow City Heritage Trust’s Director Niall Murphy, this series features guests discussing with Niall a specific area, type of building or aspect of Glasgow’s heritage, not only from a historical and architectural point of view, but also from the perspective of the community; drawing on the guests’ p ...
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Nostalgia Interviews with Chris Deacy

Nostalgia Interviews with Chris Deacy

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This is the podcast which accompanies the work I am doing on Nostalgia at the University of Kent. We often know what our colleagues are researching and teaching, but we don’t always know what it is that inspires those interests and passions. What is it that shapes us? What propelled us into persevering with our studies and then to want to impart that knowledge and enthusiasm to subsequent generations of students? How did we end up where we are – not just the books we read and the ones we wan ...
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Every day, the people of Veolia work hard to deliver essential services across the UK and Ireland – whether that’s by sorting waste to be recycled, treating wastewater to be reused, providing clean energy to customers and communities or supporting all activities from our corporate offices. But with 14,000 resourcers across over 400 sites, it’s hard to keep up with all the amazing things that our people do… That is why we’ve created Veolia’s ‘Our People’ Podcast. In each episode, we’ll sit do ...
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Bernardo Moya is the founder of The Best You and for the last 10 years he has been promoting the largest personal development events on the planet. The Best You EXPO talks are live talks recorded at events in London and Los Angeles. The talks are approximately 45 minutes long and cover all aspects of personal and professional growth. Talks on public speaking, finding love, increasing confidence and low self-esteem, how to make more money, get more clients, increase your social media presence ...
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Disney For Scores

Disney Music Group, Treefort, Jon Burlingame

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In For Scores, host Jon Burlingame takes listeners on a magical journey into the world of film and television composers, revealing never-before-heard special moments behind many of today's most beloved scores. This season, you'll hear personal stories from the composers of Marvel Studios Avengers and Pixar's Toy Story films, Captain Marvel, Coco, Ralph Breaks the Internet, and so much more!
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Lauren Interviews

Lauren Conlin, Magicshak Media LLC

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New episodes out weekly! Formerly known as 'Red Carpet Rendezvous,' 'Lauren Interviews' is a weekly podcast for all things pop culture and true crime, with major celebrity interviews. Instagram @Lauren_interviews Email: Lauren@magicshak.com Twitter: @Conlin_Lauren Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to the Opportunity Makers Podcast, hosted by Jim Padilla, a global impact strategist, and his team. Jim will dive deep into companies to provide systems strategy, support and connect you to the people that you serve, in your communities and around the world. If you're seeking to thrive in a contracting market, this podcast is for you. Join us as he explores the strategies, tips, and techniques for creating exponential opportunities in areas of investing, coaching, consulting, and bus ...
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I briefly uploaded this last week but it needed essential editing- Coming up on todays show my returning guest is none other than the one and only Jared Murphy, Jared’s last appearance on this show was back in January 2022 when he was heading for the jungles of Belize off the coast of central America -in search of evidence of possible pre historic …
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Is a hotdog a sandwich? Well, that depends on your definition of a sandwich (and a hotdog), and according to the most recent research in cognitive science, the odds that your concept of a sandwich is the same as another person's concept are shockingly low. In this episode we explore how understanding why that question became a world-spanning argume…
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In November 2019, Prince Andrew sat down with BBC Newsnight for a bombshell interview that forever ruined his reputation. It is now the subject of a new Netflix movie. While presenter Emily Maitlis took centre stage, the woman behind the scenes who made it all happen was producer Sam McAlister. She tells The Indo Daily how it all unfolded. See omny…
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Historian David Beito has a new book from the Independent Institute titled, "The New Deal's War on the Bill of Rights." He joins Bob to discuss issues such as the Japanese concentration camps and the government's mass surveillance of telegrams. David's new book, The New Deal's War on the Bill of Rights: Mises.org/HAP444a Human Action Podcast listen…
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To many, OJ Simpson had it all. Wealth, success and fame. In the 1980s and early 1990s he had the world at his feet. But as the public learned of the former NFL player’s death on Thursday evening, only one thing came to mind. The 1994 murder of Simpson’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. The subsequent murder “trial of the century” b…
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Simon Guenzl joins Bob to push back on Dave Smith's recent appearance, where Dave had made the case against open borders. Guenzl has published a libertarian critique of the Hoppean framework. The debate revolves around the status of government property. Bob plays devil's advocate, especially with a lightning round of "hard cases" for Guenzl at the …
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With 50 convictions to his name at the time of his death, Cyril 'Dublin Jimmy' McGuinness was the puppet master of one of the most sadistic and shocking crimes in Ireland’s recent history: The 2019 kidnapping and torture of businessman Kevin Lunney. McGuinness’ links to the underworld stretched far and wide, and he developed a reputation as a shrew…
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Thousands of declassified files on Northern Ireland and the troubles have been deposited, not in Belfast, but in the Kew Archives in London. In part 1 of a 2-part special of the BelTel, Ciarán Dunbar is joined by Sam McBride to discuss the Kew Files and what they tell us about Martin McGuinness, the IRA and the SDLP. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/…
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In this episode, Róisín Ingle talks to debut author Rebecca Ivory about her new collection of short stories Free Therapy. The book takes its name from the second story in the collection, but the theme of therapy is there throughout; Ivory’s own therapist even gets a mention in the acknowledgements. The collection takes us into the lives of people w…
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The Fry Guys are joined by Clio Award winner Peter Corey (Clued-In, Ten Dollar Comedy) to talk about Diner Gril Cheese Fries AND the ubiquitous McDonald's Shoestring fries! Peter shares his thoughts on takeaway vs eating on location and even reveals his special occasion fry style. We then ask the hard questions like "Are Fries a Meal?" and "What Di…
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It's been 23 years since Trevor Deely was last seen on route home from a Christmas party in Dublin. In the years since, few new leads have been uncovered despite dedicated efforts from Gardaí and the Deely family. Our "Unsolved" series looks back at the case and explores a fresh appeal from those closest to him. Host: Kevin Doyle | Guests: Mark Dee…
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This week, we are locked in with popular Irish young gun Thomas Murphy. The lads review the Irish Open, mostly heaping praise on the organisers but also suggesting a couple of improvements for next year. New never before seen footage is released of David’s award-winning Karaoke performance with some remarking that it was an Easter miracle to see a …
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The Land Development Agency is turning vacant state land at Dundrum's Central Mental Hospital into a new housing development for over 850 houses, duplexes and apartments. Despite planning permission being granted, there is no construction taking place because “one single individual” is holding up the development, who happens to be a property develo…
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Nationalists continue to campaign for planning a united Ireland, but Unionists seem assured it’s a pipe dream – where does the truth lie – or is it impossible to say? Is a United Ireland a realistic prospect or pure fantasy, inevitable or impossible? David McCann and Owen Polley join Ciarán Dunbar. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more in…
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It’s official, Simon Harris has become the Taoiseach after a Dáil vote this afternoon. It was a busy day for the Fine Gael leader between speeches, a vote, a meeting with President Michael D Higgins and the creation of a new cabinet. On this extra episode of the Indo Daily, host Kevin Doyle is joined by political editor Philip Ryan to go through Ha…
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You may be wondering why this episode looks a lot shorter than the episodes that you're used to seeing from me. We're taking a bit of a pivot for a period of time while I’m in a moment of transition in my life. I’m moving away from being a full-time employee, to an entrepreneur, consultant, etc. I am going to be writing, podcasting, public speaking…
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It’s 40 years since ‘Baby John’ was found naked, shoved between rocks, with his tiny neck broken, on White Strand beach in Cahersiveen, Co Kerry. There were 28 separate knife wounds on his body, most of them shallow, hesitation wounds, in which the knife was pulled back at the last second. A local couple, who were arrested on suspicion of murder bu…
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As a husband, father, and employee to an Artist! Simon is a humble man taking his folio building and learning through CreativeLive (courses by John Cornicello) quite seriously, but after encouragement from his friend Angie Whitten and guidance from Saray Taylor-Roman and myself with The Consultation Collection stepped into TFP (trade) sessions into…
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Nineteen years ago today, Emer O’Loughlin, a 23-year-old artist, died in a mobile home fire near Gort, Co Galway. Days after her death, John Griffin, the only suspect in the mysterious case, dissappeared, with gardaí believing he faked his own suicide. In 2010, Ms O'Loughlin's remains were exhumed during a cold case review — and tests confirmed she…
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Prolific republican gunman Gerard ‘Hucker’ Moyna has died aged 69. He has been linked to several murders – including that of Shankill Butcher Lenny Murphy. He was also believed to be involved in the killing of solicitor and unionist politician, Edgar Graham – as well as IPLO spokesman, Jimmy Brown. Allison Morris joins Ciarán Dunbar . Hosted on Aca…
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My guest this week is Sabrina Mei-Li Smith who lectures in Creative Writing at De Montfort University in Leicester. Sabrina has written a novel set in the mid-1990s and some of the research behind her novel is heavily connected to the themes of nostalgia and identity. We learn about the way Sabrina examines themes of race and gender within the acce…
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Are you overpaying for mobile, broadband or TV? Is it a bother to switch? And will your service suffer in quality if you change provider? Irish and Sunday Independent Technology Editor Adrian Weckler discusses how you can save on mobile, broadband and TV amid price hikes this month. Today’s episode of the Indo Daily comes from our sister podcast Th…
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Nick Gillespie, editor-at-large for Reason, recently got into a friendly dispute with Bob over whether American libertarians were being too pessimistic. He joins Bob to make the case for optimism, while Bob demurs. Human Action Podcast listeners can get a free copy of Dr. Guido Hülsmann's How Inflation Destroys Civilization: Mises.org/HAPodFree…
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The career and legacy of Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is in freefall, as the hip-hop megastar fights allegations of sex trafficking, sexual abuse and rape. Could this be the ultimate downfall for the rapper who wowed the Wall Street elite and befriended figures of fame and power across the globe during his career? Host: Tabitha Monahan, Guest: Terry Sheridan…
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Globe-trotting Private Investigator Ian Withers reflects on his extraordinary career, from speaking to Gerry Kelly in prison after the 1973 Old Bailey bombing, tracking the IRA’s Hyde Park bomber with a bluffed phone call and being arrested on suspicion of the murder of an exiled politician from the Seychelles. He joins Andrew Madden. Hosted on Aca…
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Simone Gannon is a content creator, digital marketing expert and the new beauty writer at the Irish Times. Since the beginning of the new year, she’s been entertaining us with her weekly beauty column, where she experiments with the latest trends, imparts her wisdom on all things skincare and makeup and shares her favourite beauty buys. In this epi…
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The Fry Guys kick off an entire month dedicated to the starchy star of fast food! Every April we manage to book our dream guest Kate "Crisp" Cohen! She sings the praises of a cowboy that's hard to nail down and why Culver's Crinkle Cut Fry is always there for her. We get into her affinity for olive bars, her fave savory sauce, and some behind the s…
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What started out as a mundane piece of legislation aiming to tackle hate speech in Scotland has become a lightning rod for debate. A Scottish law that came into force on Monday has received significant pushback from many, including Harry Potter author JK Rowling and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Here, after a bruising defeat in last month's r…
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It revolutionised how we travel the globe and brought air travel to the masses. However, Boeing - the world's largest aerospace company - is now trying to navigate a crisis. A number of high-profile accidents have led to major concerns about Boeing aircraft, and whether they are safe to fly on. Host: Tabitha Monihan Guest: Alex Macheras Head to www…
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Northern Ireland Politics were thrown into chaos at the weekend when Jeffrey Donaldson resigned as DUP leader. He’s been charged with historical sex offences, while his wife Eleanor Donaldson has been charged with aiding and abetting. With a general election looming, can the DUP survive this crisis? Allison Morris and Sam McBride join Olivia Peden.…
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Steve Adcock quit his job after achieving financial independence at 35 and writes about the habits millionaires use to build wealth and get into the best shape of their lives. As a regular contributor to The Ladders, CBS MarketWatch, and CNBC, Steve maintains a rare and exclusive voice as a career expert, consistently offering actionable counseling…
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Nicknamed ‘Le Grêlé’, one of France’s most elusive serial killers appeared on a popular television game show during the 35-year police hunt for him. How did François Vérove, also known as “The Pockmarked Killer”, hide his murders from his fellow police officers for so long? Host: Kevin Doyle, Guest: Catherine Field Head to www.mypodcastfeedback.com…
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"Enthusiasm" is from the Latin root "Enthios" which means: to be filled with a Godlike energy. Emily Pearl IS a very enthusiastic person. When she lights up, she ⭐️LIGHTS⭐️ UP. And it is THAT energy that not only draws her portrait clients to her, but powers the work she creates. It is how she taps into love to CREATE. Emily and Cat talk and dance …
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This is the story of three long-lost siblings, all abandoned in mysterious circumstances in different Irish towns who unbelievably found their way back to each other many years later. But there could be a fourth ‘foundling’ and they need your help to find them. ­ Host: Kevin Doyle Guests: Catherine Fegan, Helen Ward & David McBride ­ Head to www.my…
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Mitchell’s farm was the base of the ‘Glenanne Gang’, a mix of loyalist paramilitaries and rogue members of the security forces. The ‘Glenanne Gang’ were responsible for up 120 murders including the Dublin Monaghan bombings, the Miami Showband massacre, and scores of other sectarian killings. Martin Breen has had a run in with Mitchell, he explains …
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In this episode we sit down with psychologist Dacher Keltner, one of the world’s leading experts on the science of emotion, the man Pixar hired to help them write Inside Out. In his new book – Awe: The New Science of Everyday Wonder and How It Can Transform Your Life – he outlines his years of work in this field, the health benefits of awe, the evo…
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Martin ‘Marlo’ Hyland's short-lived reign of terror showed just how unstable life can be at the top of the Irish underworld. Once again, the betrayal of a former friend created a new opportunity for those seeking power. ­ Eamon ‘The Don’ Dunne was a different calibre of gang boss to Marlo Hyland and PJ Judge. He was possibly more vicious and derang…
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Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has resigned as DUP leader after being charged with historical sex offences. The Belfast Telegraph’s Northern Ireland editor Sam McBride explains the implications of this political earthquake to Ciarán Dunbar. Head to www.mypodcastfeedback.com, pop in code INDO and fill out the short survey to be in with the chance of winning …
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