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Answer Me This!
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Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann host the award-winning podcast that has been answering the world's questions since 2007. Visit the official website at answermethispodcast.com. Buy classic episodes, albums and apps at answermethisstore.com.
 
One thing matters; taking the time to listen to Jesus. Every week we gather together on Sundays to hear God speak through the Bible. This podcast is a feed of our three English speaking talks from our Sunday services. We are a church based in the heart of the City of London. Visit www.st-helens.org.uk or download our apps on iOS and Android, to access thousands of talks and other resources.
 
St Luke's Holloway is an Anglican church in London. These are our Sunday morning talks.
 
Sermons from the new Sunday Afternoon (4pm) service at St Helen's. CURRENTLY FEEDBURNER ONLY: ITUNES TO FOLLOW ASAP
 
Talks from the Thursday lunchtime gathering at St Helen's, given to an audience composed mainly of people working in the City of London. Speakers include William Taylor, Dick Lucas, Mark O'Donoghue, Paul Clarke, Andrew Sach and others. Talks are usually 25 minutes long (including the scripture reading), and are typically followed by a question/answer session lasting 10 minutes.
 
Sermons from the Sunday Morning service at St Helen's. These are usually expository sermons of 35-45 minutes in length (including the Bible reading), and are usually part of a series covering all or part of a Bible book. Occasionally (2 or 3 times per year) there is an all-age service with a short, simple Bible talk, but for the most part sermons are aimed at adults. Speakers include William Taylor, Dick Lucas, Paul Clarke, Andrew Sach, Charlie Skrine
 
Here you have a chance to listen to the sermons at Forest Town Church. We are a local church based in St Albans and we trust that you will find these messages helpful and a true blessing to your life. Visit our website to find out more about us @ www.foresttownchurch.org. This podcast is managed by our Media Team at FTC. Please email us on office@foresttownchurch.org if you have any comments.
 
The Official Podcast of St.Helens R.F.C.
 
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Talking Theology
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The podcast of Cranmer Hall, the theological college within St John's College, Durham University. We explore life’s big questions, and look to join the dots between theology, church, and the world. Philip Plyming, Warden of Cranmer Hall, is joined by a wide range of guests with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
 
St Helens' Jon Wilkin and Salford Red Devils' Mark Flanagan join broadcaster Will Perry to bring you the latest from the world of Super League and beyond.
 
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Body Count
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Hello and welcome to Body Count, the podcast where we believe history doesn’t repeat itself; it rhymes. Our only rule when we choose a topic: someone, or a lot of someones, died. Host and lazy historian Jessica Manor takes her co-hosts Bethany Skelton, Madison Wright, and Frank Garcia verbally hostage once a week to cover topics ranging from Genghis Khan to Mount St. Helens. We give you the series of events in a narrative fashion and correlate said story with current events. Please check all ...
 
St Helen's Church, Bishopsgate is a church community in the heart of the City of London. The church's audio Bible teaching ministry is for anyone who wants to understand more about the Christian Faith or to grow in the knowledge, love and service of Jesus Christ. The sermon from each Sunday Evening service at St Helen's is made available every week as a free download and podcast. Speakers include William Taylor, Paul Clarke, Charlie Skrine and others. An archive of some 7000 past talks, incl ...
 
Two sermons per month from St Helen's Church, Bishopsgate, London, selected by the senior staff team. Speakers include William Taylor, Dick Lucas, David Jackman, Paul Clarke, Charlie Skrine and Andrew Sach.
 
First published in 1894, this wonderful travelogue by a famed naturalist and conservationist still remains a book that delights and informs its readers. The Mountains of California by John Muir recounts the author's exploration of the Yosemite Valley, Mount Whitney, the famed sequoia forests and King's Canyon among other places of immense natural beauty. Written in his characteristic zestful style, with a deep understanding and respect for nature, the book is a treasure trove of geography, g ...
 
Saint Benjamins hosts Helene (trends), Hong (finance) and Ethan (history) break down current events over cocktails and bones. The GreenChi Network creates content to promote financial empowerment. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greenchinetwork/support
 
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Scotland Outdoors
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Your free, weekly, pocket guide to the Scottish outdoors. A flavour of the countryside in 15 minutes! From BBC Radio Scotland
 
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Hockey with Helene
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Hear, hear, Hockeytown! Detroit Red Wings beat writer Helene St. James brings you the latest from inside the dressing room and around the NHL.
 
Subscribe to download this weeks talks, news and information & the occasional moment of silliness from the community of All Saints Worcester.
 
A weekly podcast from BBC Radio 5 live featuring the latest rugby news, analysis and interview. With contributions from Dave Woods, Stuart Pyke, coaches and players.
 
Journey with Reformation Scotland’s Matthew Vogan to discover the people and places that form the history and legacy of the Christian reformation, revival and persecution during Scotland’s Forgotten History.
 
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This Is A Disaster
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A podcast about disasters and the music they make us listen to.
 
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Paranormal Punchers
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Paranormal Punchers is a light-hearted podcast discussing anything paranormal. From Bigfoot to haunted locations, the hosts breakdown a paranormal story and give you their uneducated, but honest and spirited opinions. They discuss aliens, ghosts, Sasquatch, cryptids, UFO sightings, conspiracy theories and more!
 
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KNKX Public Radio
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This show is produced by KNKX Public Radio in Seattle/Tacoma Washington. Thanks for listening!
 
Join me Lateral for two hours of the best in modern electronic music and news. Everything from house to garage to techno to grime to bass and a few 90s classics to keep you sweet!
 
The Creation Podcast is a ministry of the Institute for Creation Research. Find answers to some of the most pressing questions of faith and science, and listen to science and Bible experts examine the latest discoveries from a biblical worldview.
 
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In Touch
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Taking a look at all of your favourite Super League sides – St Helens, Widnes Vikings, Warrington Wolves and Wigan Warriors - bringing you the latest with coaches and players and finding out what really goes on behind the scenes every Thursday night between 6-7 on City Talk 105.9.
 
We explore the Bible, history, and the world around us to see how much Jesus loves science
 
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Luna Nova Music
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Live recordings by the Luna Nova Ensemble. Composers represented are Stravinsky, Bartok, Crumb, Messiaen, Villa-Lobos, Poulenc, Ravel, Debussy, Rochberg, Hindemith, Ligeti, Takemitsu, Ung, Alain, Robert Beaser, Ben-Amots, Britten, James Carlson, Andrew Drannon, Durufle, Harbison, Ives, Verlingieri, Lee Chie Tsang, Isaiah, Neal, Joomi Park, Robert Patterson, Craig Phillips, Villa-Lobos, Ferneyhough, Langlais, Ligeti, Jirasek, James Romig, Justin Henry Rubin, Rzewski, Xenakis, Ho-Man Tin, Geor ...
 
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How's Your Day?
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How’s Your Day? tells you a story you don’t know from a day we all remember. Where were you on 9/11? When did you hear Princess Diana died? How did you find out about the eruption of Mount St. Helens? From KUOW, How’s Your Day? revisits iconic events, shifting the focus to a different story from the same day. Innovative, deeply personal narratives add a new dimension to landmark moments in history. These are little known first-hand accounts from those who experienced triumphs and tragedies w ...
 
Katy Carr always gets in trouble for everything. When her mother died, she told Katy to be a mother to the little ones. But it seems like Katy can't do anything right. Her Aunt Izzie always scolds her, so one day Katy decides to ignore her aunt's command and ride the swing in the barn. Suddenly, something cracks, Katy feels like she's falling, and everything goes dark. (Summary by Esther ben Simonides)Narrator: Michele EatonAunt Izzy/Miss Carr: Beth ThomasKaty Carr: Adele de PignerollesClove ...
 
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The Round, Seattle
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Abbey Arts presents exclusive live recordings from THE ROUND, a music & arts event held monthly in Seattle since 2005. The Round's home venue is Fremont Abbey Arts Center, a nonprofit 501(c)3 venue for intimate concerts, literary & visual arts, storytelling with The Moth, modern dance, and more. Download new recordings including rare collaborations between musicians. Past performers at The Round include: Damien Jurado, Mary Lambert, Rosie Thomas, Jesse Sykes, David Bazan, John Van Deusen (Th ...
 
Young people have been telling the Totus2us team which is their favourite bit in the Bible and why, giving us the 'Word on the Street', and it's been put to great music - so far by Baliva, Cherrie Anderson, Crossbeam, Emmaus, E Tizz, Jahaziel, Louise Orfila, Olen Cesari, Ooberfuse, Paul J. Kim and Rain Down. Visit Totus2us.com for much more - dedicated to Our Lady, it is inspired by our holy fathers St JPII, BXVI and Papa Francis. Pope John Paul II's motto was to Mary: Totus Tuus - All Yours ...
 
If this book were written today, it would be called "The Story of the World's Rubbish".That may not sound a promising subject for a book, but we are taken on a journey all over the world (and beyond) to explain the many varieties of dust and refuse - animal, vegetable and mineral - how it is made both by man and by nature, what happens to it, and why we need it. We find that recycling is nothing new: man has been doing it for centuries, and nature has been doing it for billions of years. As ...
 
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On This Day Podcast
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A daily time capsule of stories of the significant, intriguing or just plain forgotten events of history that all occurred on this day.
 
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VIC Radio
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Ithaca College
 
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Life's Treks
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Podcast by Life's Treks
 
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The Orion Hones Show
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The Podcast of CrossFitter Orion Hones
 
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Women in Comedy
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Women in Comedy (WIC) is dedicated to fostering the growth of women in all fields of comedy. We are committed to cultivating safe spaces, throughout the Chicagoland area, to support women in the creation and collaboration of innovative work. Each episode, two phenomenal women of comedy interview each other. The cool thing is, they already know each other, making these interviews feel like more of a peek into what hanging out with these ladies is like.
 
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Souls Aloft
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"A show, not because I have the answers, but because I value deep conversation around the questions." Join Suzanne Wigginton and her wonderful guests as they engage in soulful exploration!There will be a topic and some direction to go with it, but that direction will be held loosely to allow for the insights and inspiration that result from the magic of great conversation. As a listener, you can tune in and claim a little of that magic as your own, or at the very least be engaged with your o ...
 
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On This Day Podcast
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A daily time capsule of stories of the significant, intriguing or just plain forgotten events of history that all occurred on this day.
 
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I found the record in a thrift shop not long ago. I think the 1970s-style cover art is what caught my eye: the painted likeness of an old man in a flannel shirt and a ballcap, staring into the distance while a cloud of smoke rises behind him. That man is folk hero, contrarian and human country song Harry R. Truman. This Truman, not to be confus ...…
 
Aneirin Glyn - The pursuit of freedom ends in destruction and willing submission leads to delight. This psalm challenges the world’s assumptions and shows us the better way.By Aneirin Glyn.
 
In July of 1924, a group of gold prospectors reportedly encountered multiple Bigfoot on the east flank of Mt. St. Helens, where they hastily fired their guns on them. The violence proved to be a mistake. That night, their cabin was assailed by a barrage of rocks, and they heard, and felt, giant bodies slamming against the walls and doors. The b ...…
 
This week’s theme for Sound Effect is “Wrong Place, Wrong Time,” stories of people stuck in circumstances they can’t control and what’s revealed by the choices they make. First, we learn about how the eruption of Mount St. Helens turned one man into a folk hero . Then, we hear about an effort to honor the work of a pioneering black chemist who ...…
 
Being able to afford housing in the Seattle area is an ongoing problem for many people. A new group of individuals is starting to come onto the radar of social workers: senior citizens. Denise Malm at the Wallingford Senior Center in North Seattle, like many social workers, has noticed an increase in the number of seniors she is trying to help ...…
 
One Thursday morning in September 2015, Eric Bishop was behind the wheel of a full duck boat. He was playing Sinatra for his 36 passengers as they headed north on the Aurora Bridge. Then, he heard "a clunk clunk." That was the sound of the duck's axle failing. Bishop remembers losing control of the vehicle, and then watching helplessly as a "bl ...…
 
Richard Hagar travels a lot for business. He also doesn't usually have a tough time falling asleep in the hotels he stays at when he is on the road. But a while back, he found himself on a business trip in Southern Oregon, teaching a series of classes on real estate and mortgage appraisal fraud for real estate professionals and law enforcement ...…
 
Cats can do a lot of things that dogs can’t do. They usually are able to sleep on any household furniture they want. They are way more independent and they can climb trees! But, sometimes they can get stuck. Like, seriously stuck. Not just for hours, but for days and days. Enter Tom Otto and his brother-in-law, Shawn Sears. These two animal lov ...…
 
A boat trip on Loch Katrine, cycling the Isla Way and the extinct species of ScotlandBy BBC Radio Scotland.
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy John Muir.
 
Erin Hennessey, who has led the KNKX (previously KPLU) newsroom for 23 years, is transitioning into a new role focused on community engagement and education based out of the station’s downtown Tacoma studios. On her last day serving as news director, KNKX staff wished her well in a special on-air sendoff. Have a listen above.…
 
In July, Washington House Democrats chose Rep. Laurie Jinkins to be the next Speaker of the House. She represents the 27 th Legislative District, which includes downtown Tacoma, Hilltop and Point Defiance. She succeeds Rep. Frank Chopp, who stepped down from the speaker’s chair — but not the House — earlier this year. He served as speaker for 2 ...…
 
Lightning lit up skies around the Puget Sound on Thursday night, and another big rainstorm is on its way to Western Washington. But KNKX weather expert Cliff Mass says none of the incoming weather systems are likely to outshine the extraordinary display of lightning that hit the region last Saturday night.…
 
Of all the things people do every year, flying causes more greenhouse gas pollution than almost anything. Seattle-based Alaska Airlines is working to shrink that carbon footprint. Its latest move is a campaign to reduce plastic waste on flights.By Bellamy Pailthorp.
 
As a young scientist, Alice Ball was brilliant and ambitious, and would go on to bring hope to a category of people condemned to a life of suffering and isolation. But today our hero is barely remembered — maybe because she was a “she,” and African-American, and the year was 1916.By Gabriel Spitzer.
 
David Bean remembers when his family didn’t have enough room for all the salmon in their boat. “We caught so much fish that we had to call folks to bring their skiffs over,” said Bean, chairman of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians. “I remember one, we overflowed that skiff so much to one side it flipped over and we lost one skiff-load of salmon. Bu ...…
 
KNKX sports commentator Art Thiel contributed to our KNKX Connects to Tacoma project this week. A native of Tacoma, Thiel talked with Morning Edition host Kirsten Kendrick about how the city is on its way to becoming a major player in the region's sports scene.By Kirsten Kendrick.
 
UPDATE, Sept. 13: Adds statement from Kent school district and information about Title I and Learning Assistance Program funding. Five schools in Kent that were offering free meals to all students will no longer have the program this school year. Separately, in Seattle, United Way of King County has ended a grant for a breakfast pilot program i ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy John Muir.
 
Imagine writing a letter about the love of your life addressed to a complete stranger. The object of your affection may only read it once, or not at all. But it’s almost certain that dozens of people you’ve never met — maybe hundreds — will know exactly how you’re feeling at that moment. At the very least, Deanna Bender will know.…
 
Before Sound Transit’s light rail took people from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to downtown Seattle, there was the Tacoma Link. The 1.6-mile line has stayed roughly the same since it opened in 2003, starting at the Tacoma Dome and bringing passengers down Pacific Avenue, past the University of Washington Tacoma, the federal courthouse, ...…
 
Tacoma has appeared on recent lists of the nation's fastest-rising rents and most-gentrified ZIP codes. It's a city in the throes of change. At the center of that change is Tacoma's historically black Hilltop neighborhood. Few communities stand to lose ⁠— or gain ⁠— more from the transformations sweeping the city.…
 
The Grand Cinema is more than a theater — it’s like Tacoma’s living room. It’s where people come together not only to watch and appreciate films, but also to engage in conversation with their neighbors about those films. “There are a lot of theaters where movies are played,” said Jamika Scott, a board member for the nonprofit, in a conversation ...…
 
If you were in Tacoma in the early 1900s, you might have been able to score a ticket to hear opera singer Enrico Caruso. Or see a famous choreographer, Vaslav Nijinsky, dancing on stage with the Ballet Russe. When the historic C.N. Gardner Building was built in 1906 — KNKX’s new home at 930 Broadway — downtown Tacoma was at the heart of a thriv ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy John Muir.
 
Cities, by and large, want to grow. But with growth can come new challenges. Seattle and San Francisco, for example, saw a housing crisis emerge as the tech boom sent the cost of living sky high – leading many middle- and lower-income residents to feel priced out. Tacoma is experiencing some of those pressures, too. But Ali Modarres says the ci ...…
 
Mark spends some time on a narrowboat and Euan takes a trip on The Whisky Line train.By BBC Radio Scotland.
 
In this mini-episode, recorded live at the Ottawa Podcast Festival, Leigh tells the story of a tragic reunion between Syd Barrett and his former Pink Floyd bandmates. Shine on you crazy diamond... wish you weren't here. Leigh's song pick:: Opel by Syd Barretthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ch3BfpZp8PI If you like what you hear, please subscribe ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy John Muir.
 
Dave Woods and Jon Wilkin are joined by the new Manchester Lions Chairman Andy Mazey to hear from London Broncos owner David Hughes and discuss Friday’s relegation dog-fight where any of the four bottom sides could suffer the drop. Plus are big city clubs the future for the game? The team decide if an obsession with tradition is holding back pr ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy John Muir.
 
Aneirin Glyn - The pursuit of freedom ends in destruction and willing submission leads to delight. This psalm challenges the world’s assumptions and shows us the better way.By Aneirin Glyn.
 
William Taylor - It is fashionable in some circles for people to seek to distance their 'brand' of Christianity from the Apostle Paul. In Corinth there were those who found Paul's ministry and method unpalatable—there were plenty of other 'brands' on offer. But Paul insists because he has been entrusted with God's message of reconciliation, suc ...…
 
Mark and Euan visit Garrogie Estate to find out how it operates.By BBC Radio Scotland.
 
Picking up from the earlier episode at the Devil’s Beef Tub, Matthew Vogan and Jimmy Fisher are in Tweedsmuir to tell the rest of the story of what happened to John Hunter. “When Zion’s King was robbed of His right, His witnesses in Scotland put to flight, When Popish prelates and indulgency Combined against Christ to ruin Presbytery, All who w ...…
 
In AMT377, we go looking for jokes in the Bible. It's...a mixed bag. Find out more about this episode at http://answermethispodcast.com/episode377. Send us questions for future episodes: email written words or voice memos to answermethispodcast@googlemail.com. Tweet us http://twitter.com/helenandolly Facebook http://facebook.com/answermethis Su ...…
 
In part two of Donald Crowhurst's story, he sets sail aboard the Teignmouth Electron to claim the Golden Globe prize for the first man to successfully sail around the world single-handed without stopping. An ill-equipped, half-finished boat captained by a hobbyist might not instil an abundance of confidence... nor should it... Leigh's song pick ...…
 
A message from Ant Rist at Forest Town Church (UK). In this message, Ant begins our series on the book of Mark - "A Portrait of Jesus". This message is titled "The beginning of the Gospel" Mark 1:1-8.By Ant Rist.
 
Bradford Bulls Head Coach John Kear and the owner and publisher of the League Weekly newspaper Danny Lockwood join Dave Woods to discuss what’s next for the Bulls after they said farewell to Odsal on Sunday, waving goodbye to both the city and an ageing stadium rich in wonderful memories. From next season, Bradford will be playing in Dewsbury. ...…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comBy John Muir.
 
How is studying the New Testament like tracing a family tree? Why were Christians in the early church called anti-social? What was so radical about that first generation of Christians calling on Jesus as Lord? And how does the early church help us to be faithful in the modern world? Larry Hurtado is Emeritus Professor of New Testament Language, ...…
 
How is studying the New Testament like tracing a family tree? Why were Christians in the early church called anti-social? What was so radical about that first generation of Christians calling on Jesus as Lord? And how does the early church help us to be faithful in the modern world? Larry Hurtado is Emeritus Professor of New Testament Language, ...…
 
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