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Rainbow Valley is a monthly podcast where your host, Scott takes a look at key events and personalities that shaped one the most influential, vibrant, tumultuous and swinging decades in history. Join us as we celebrate the 1960’s with the stories surrounding the music and news events of the decade that shook the world.
 
Living in God's will is secure and peacful, yet being in God's will is seldom a comfortable place. GodTracker is a tool designed to help you and me track down the plans and purposes of God so that we can remain in his will. NOTE TO RADIO PRODUCERS: GodTracker for Radio is free to broadcast. If you wish to use GodTracker in your radio production then please request by email to: dudley@godtracker.co.uk BOOKS Dudley Anderson has published two books based on these podcasts. God-tracking Through ...
 
From February, 1966 through August, 1967, DC Comics branded all their publications with a checkerboard masthead, lovingly known as "Go-Go Checks". Because, you know, the 60s. With the help of his husband and intrepid friends, Dr. Bobb will examine each of these issues in depth and tell you what you need to know!
 
As a 67 year old newly retired bloke, it's time for a new venture and my podcast 'BACK IN THE DAY' is it .My podcast is it is going to be a journey of discovery, banter and the past. From football, music, movies and anything else that comes to mind.Join me David Rivett & my guests to look back on what was great and not so great BACK IN THE DAY!!
 
Life as a writer living in the Colorado mountains. Here I talk about what it is like to live as a full-time writer in a remote mountain town. The podcast will feature travel stories, discussions about freelance writing, and even the process of working on my current novel. In the wake of the pandemic, I found myself having to start all over again. Laid off from the place I had worked for the last twenty years and no job prospects in sight, I decided to take a risk and become a full-time write ...
 
Supporting unsigned artists from around the world, the Ice Cream Man Power Pop and More show is aired on 7 radio stations around the world from the US to Hong Kong and beyond. Playing music of volume, passion, attitude and grace, the music the mainstream radio stations monopolised by the record companies won't play you. Power Pop, Mod, Sixties, Northern Soul, New Wave, Punk, Indie, Alternative, ska, surf and More!
 
Penny Lane hosts Punks in Parkas - a look at the international Mod Scene, broadcasting live from UMFM 101.5 (CJUM) from the University of Manitoba. Punks in Parkas, which hit the air in the spring of 2005 and hosted by Penny Lane, strives to play the best of the Mod genera, from the original groups who rocked it in the early 1960s to the artist today who are reviving the scene. Be sure to keep up with Punks in Parkas at http://www.facebook.com/punksinparkas. Follow Penny Lane on both Twitter ...
 
This is your ticket to the Inner Circle. Learn what attorneys have known for years but would never share with you. Learn how to save thousands of dollars and become confident in your own abilities and own your future. Think about it... paralegals for the most part don't have law degrees but yet they do the majority of work at law firms. You can do this! www.sozolegal.com
 
A journalist twenty-year fascination with the Manson murders leads to shocking new revelations about the FBI's involvement in this riveting reassessment of an infamous case in American history. Over two grim nights in Los Angeles, the young followers of Charles Manson murdered seven people, including the actress Sharon Tate, then eight months pregnant. With no mercy and seemingly no motive, the Manson Family followed their leader's every order -- their crimes lit a flame of paranoia across t ...
 
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Welcome to Three60N, the only podcast where we explore the North today. We're not here to focus on the extreme weather or feats of survival (although those are awesome); we're here to meet and chat with the people leading the way in northern life.
 
Turn on, tune in and listen local to a weekly hour (60 minutes, get it?) devoted to music from the 816 and surrounding areas. Middle of the Map Fest organizer and #kcmusic champion Chris Haghirian and The Bridge's Sarah Bradshaw take a look at what's filling local venues right now while looking back at some old favorites, host live in-studio sessions and talk with some of the people in town that get things done. Connect with Chris Instagram http://instagram.com/chrishaghirian Facebook http:/ ...
 
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"Are you facing the fire of God’s call? Know this, he who called you is faithful and he will give you the boldness to take on the world," THESE RADIO PROGRAMMES HAVE BEEN MADE POSSIBLE BY KIND DONATIONS OF SURE REALITY VISION PARTNERS. TO PARTNER WITH US VISIT, https://www.surereality.net/become-a-vision-partner/ This radio programme has been spons…
 
KBKabaret Week Sixty Two Show Notes Thanksgiving Special 56:51 A Kallaballo of Variety in Parlor City Upstate New York: Leatherstocking Region Show contains original skits, observations, music, and even recipes Producer, Host, and Head Writer: Bree Harvey Actors: Bree Harvey, Kate Murray, Judy McMahon, Charles Berman, John Carey, and John Montgomer…
 
This video is more just an audio visualizer in sync with the playing audio. I created it not only for nostalgic reasons but it's cool to watch while you're listening, and it beats gazing at a blank screen or getting sidetracked from something else. If you like it, email me and let me know ( pudsztablet@gmail.com ), and I'll do the remaining chapter…
 
We're back! Scott and Karl explore Helen and Scott Nearing's The Good Life (1954) and Continuing the Good Life (1979) in a new, long-form podcast. In the 20th century, Scott and Helen Nearing became the new models of self-sufficient lifestyles and rural homesteading. Having abandoned their life in New York City in 1932, rural Vermont became the pla…
 
Debtors’ prisons were a major feature of Georgian society in England and Wales. But how did the idea of locking up debtors to make them pay their creditors actually work in reality? Dr Alexander Wakelam explains to David Musgrove why, and how, the system worked. Subscribe to BBC History Magazine or BBC History Revealed this season and receive a boo…
 
The Korean War is aptly known in America as the “Forgotten War.” During the 1960s, the subject took in its last cinematic hurrah before getting overshadowed by the rising unpopularity of America’s involvement in the Vietnam War. Meanwhile, South Korea was experiencing a fabled “Golden Age” of cinema that followed the civil war and continued into th…
 
The traditional story that’s told about Britain from the end of the Roman period through to the arrival of the Vikings is one of coalescing kingdoms, leading inexorably towards the rise of Wessex as the last man standing. However, the real story is much more complicated, as Thomas Williams tells David Musgrove in this new episode. (Ad) Thomas Willi…
 
Last week, out of a mixture of curiosity and boredom, I ended up watching an online Church of England Eucharist from a parish church in Hereford. The text of the liturgy was almost identical to that of the Catholic Mass I had attended the night before. We'd even sung the same hymn, and the celebrant’s vestments were indistinguishable from those of …
 
In 1850s South Carolina, an enslaved woman named Rose packed a sack containing a few precious items for her nine-year-old daughter Ashley. Ashley §was then separated from her mother and sold, and it’s likely the two never saw each other again. This heart-wrenching story is embroidered on a tattered cotton sack now held in the Smithsonian’s National…
 
Why was a transfusion of lamb’s blood believed to cure epilepsy? What surgical procedures could you get in ancient Egypt? And were medieval surgical practitioners really a help to patients – or a hindrance? Speaking with Emily Briffett, Paul Craddock unravels the long history of surgery, from its ancient roots right up to recent developments that h…
 
In today's episode we continue on our odyssey into the golden lily gold. We Talk about Jose Roxas and the golden buddha that would bring him a lot of trouble. We talk about former Philippines dictator Ferdinand Marcos and continue discussing Santy the man who would torture Yamashita's driver Kojima and would go on to act as a CIA cutout man for mul…
 
On 16 October 1962, US President John F Kennedy was made aware of the presence of Soviet nuclear missiles in Cuba, just 90 miles away from the shores of the United States. The 13 October days that followed were some of the most dangerous in modern history, as the world stood on the brink of mutually assured nuclear destruction. This HistoryExtra po…
 
From the earliest asylums that sold themselves as restorative “retreats”, to the damaging vogue for lobotomies and electric shock therapy, psychiatry in America has gone through many iterations since its origins in the 18th century. Andrew Scull, author of Desperate Remedies, speaks to Rhiannon Davies about the discipline’s complex history. (Ad) An…
 
United States of PsyOps: Call Them Paranoid. Call Them Delusional. | The EveryDay Concerned Citizen World Premiere: Died Suddenly WATCH: Kari Lake Boosts Testimonies Of Arizonans Who Experienced Voting Issues, Irregularities On Election Day – Valiant News Kari Lake Files First Lawsuit, Issues Demand to Maricopa County Election Officials as […] The …
 
Best Coast - Heaven Sent (California Nights LP) Locksley - Oh! Wisconsin (Locksley LP) Soft On Crime - Telex Eyes (Single) Dany Laj And The Looks - You Should Know (Single) Tommy Sistak - A Smile Upon Your Face (Single) Vista Blue - The Girl On The Magazine Cover (No Cliques, No Trends LP) Kahuna Surfers - Surf King (Kahuna Wave LP) Da Biz - On The…
 
When the Mary Rose was first pulled from the Solent, you could be forgiven for thinking that what had been salvaged was just a “pile of old wood”. But, over the years, incredible developments in conservation and analysis have revealed the wreck to be a precious historical resource, allowing us to discover more than we could have imagined. In this f…
 
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