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A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts.
 
This is the podcast channel for everything Matty Johns. Every week during the NRL season we'll publish an episode of Matty's Fox Sports Australia show called Face to Face, we'll also be publishing episodes of Matty at home with the rest of the Johns family, wife Trish and sons Jack and Cooper. You'll get all the experts talking about the NRL, and hear Jack and Coop giving Matt heaps, it's all here.
 
From "wokeness" to cancel culture, the culture wars are in full swing. In this series of no-holds-barred long-form interviews, The Telegraph’s Steven Edginton sits down with world-leading commentators to unpick them. New episodes on Fridays.
 
It was meant to be a miracle treatment, but it became a deadly poison. Cara McGoogan investigates the story they didn't want you to know - and one of the biggest medical disasters in history. New episodes on Tuesdays. The award-winning first series of Bed of Lies is also available to listen to on this feed: They have the perfect relationship, until one day he vanishes. Her hunt leads to other women just like her - and a web of state-spun lies. This is the untold story of one of Britain's big ...
 
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"A pleasingly simple concept... one of the best things I've come upon in the last six months" (The Telegraph - 'Best Podcasts') 5 speakers, 15 minutes each. Script free and against a less-than-precise clock, some of the world's leading figures in the arts and sciences deliver talks about their enduring achievements, wildest moments or deepest passions. It's inspiring, informative, provoking, and above all, entertaining. Based in London but making forays to Sydney, New York and Milan, 5x15 ha ...
 
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Daily Telegraph crime editor Mark Morri speaks with cold case detectives investigating the 1970 abduction disappearance of five-year-old Cheryl Grimmer from a beach in Wollongong. He also talks to Cheryl's brother Ricki about the trauma of growing up with the crime after taking his eyes off his sister for one minute.
 
Sheffield Talking News contains a digest of articles taken with kind permission from the previous weekly editions of the Sheffield Star, The Sheffield Telegraph and the Yorkshire Post.Also available on Amazon Alexa via the My Talking Newspaper service. Just say Alexa, enable My Talking Newspaper. Sheffield Talking News contains a digest of articles taken with kind permission from the previous weekly editions of the Sheffield Star, The Sheffield Telegraph and the Yorkshire Post.
 
Have you ever felt like a fraud? That you don't belong in the room? That you could get found out at any moment? You're not alone. Each week on Imposters, Claire Cohen meets a woman at the top of her game and finds out how she defeated imposter syndrome to get there.
 
Jarlath Regan presents An Irishman Abroad, a selection of diverse weekly podcasts featuring the greatest Irish people of all time talking about their lives, politics, health, wellness and everything in between. Along with regular contributors Sonia O’Sullivan (Irishman Running Abroad), Marion McKeone (Irishman In America) and Tom Dunne (Selection Box), these podcasts are renowned for the depth and quality of its long form interviews. Previous guests include Brian O'Driscoll, Sir Bob Geldof, ...
 
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With global travel largely on pause, the world’s great adventurers are all at home. And Greg Dickinson has managed to get their phone numbers. Join them to hear the travel stories you didn't know you were missing.
 
The Daily Telegraph gives you a front seat at the trial of a monster. Queues of people waited for hours to get into the Sydney courtroom to see and hear serial killer Ivan Milat on trial for the murders of seven young backpackers in 1996. Now after his death in jail, The Daily Telegraph has recreated the most dramatic moments of what was the trial of the century.
 
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Two mothers, Denise Govendir and Eva Webel, both murdered in their homes 15 years apart. Both crimes appeared to be robberies gone wrong. Both cases remain unsolved. Now a Sunday Telegraph* investigation by Yoni Bashan and Claire Harvey has found the links and coincidences between the bashing deaths go even deeper. The women lived a short walk from each other, were both trying to finalise a divorce and in the quiet, peaceful suburb of Dover Heights they are the only murders ever to occur the ...
 
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Soaring property prices have turned more than a million NSW homeowners into millionaires. Boxing Day sales mayhem unlikely this year as retail struggles. Alec Baldwin seen traumatised after tragic set accident with prop gun. The Matildas’ have prompted other sports to move towards reporting into Sport Integrity Australia’s national framework. For u…
 
After a strong debut last week Brent Read and David Riccio again join Michael Carayannis to chat all things rugby league. The boys dissect the Titans lofty aspiration to win two premierships in nine seasons and if there's a path back in the NRL for Michael Jennings and Joey Leilua. Did the Tigers get it right in not adding Shane Flanagan to their c…
 
It’s the week in which the UK was forced to reflect on the killing of Sir David Amess and come to terms with the increasingly poisonous tone of debate online and in real life. Meanwhile, Conservatives were embarrassed in the north-east as a carbon capture project heads south. And the SNP faced questions from both sides of the constitutional debate …
 
How did America’s richest people become its most murdered? Today on Irishman In America, Marion McKeone takes us through the most forgotten series of serial killings in American history, the first case for and the reason why the FBI was created. “The Osage Murders” involved mass conspiracy, corruption and violence that extended all the way to Washi…
 
The worst kept secret about Denis Villeneuve's DUNE is that it's only half a movie. Or half a story, anyway. Villeneuve split Frank Herbert's classic sci-fi novel in two, with part one offering a stunningly detailed and impressively cast setup to a conclusion we may not see for years. Adam and Josh admire the film's craft, but they were left with m…
 
A few years ago, Professor Dame Carol Black was tasked by the government to look at how we can improve the way we handle drug addiction in this country - be that treatment and recovery, or even prevention. In her review, released in July of 2021, she called for a more health-based approach and an extra £552 million investment over five years. This …
 
In part two of this two-part series, Ben is joined once again with guest host Alex Williams to explore the harrowing tale of the New England Vampire Panic, tracing how increasingly desperate communities resorted to ritualistic desecration of graves to combat the horrors of what some believed to be a supernatural affliction. (And how the rest of the…
 
NSW bounce back underway, with people in the state qualifying for up to $450 in vouchers. Premier Dominic Perrottet’s department pushed to block crucial evidence from being heard in public in a corruption probe into predecessor Gladys Berejiklian. Eddie Obeid was back in his own bed last night despite being sentenced to five years’ jail. NSW govern…
 
Cases rising: Household mixing may be banned under Covid Plan C Madeline Grant: Sajid Javid’s booster jab speech was more Narnia tale, less rallying call to arms Psychological manipulation: How we will be ‘nudged’ this winter Lamb levy: Whitehall considers meat tax to slash carbon emissions Brain function: Limit sleep to 7.5 hours a night to delay …
 
Arsenal and England legend Tony Adams has done as much in his career to challenge the stigma around addiction as he has to make footballing history. From becoming sober very publicly back in the 90s, to setting up Sporting Chance, a charity that provides mental health support to current and former professional athletes, he's made it his mission to …
 
Mark Francois and Andrew Rosindell pay tribute to their fellow Conservative MP and much-loved friend, Sir David Amess, following his tragic death. But should MPs' security be ramped up? Mr Francois tells our podcast co-hosts, Allison Pearson and Liam Halligan why overly zealous measures risk "letting the bad guys win", while Mr Rossindell asks why …
 
Winter pressure: Get your booster jab or risk your freedoms, Sajid Javid warns Antiviral doses: New drugs halving risk of Covid death or serious illness could be used this winter Ross Clark: After Cop26 the Government won’t hesitate to lock the country down again Medical advice: The Queen told to rest after cancelling Northern Ireland visit on doct…
 
A teen gangster and his innocent father are gunned down in a suburban street in broad daylight. Former Premier Mike Baird tells the ICAC Gladys Berijiklian should have confessed to her secret relationship with Daryl Maguire. Michael Slater has admitted himself into treatment after being charged with stalking or intimidating his former girlfriend. F…
 
For the first time in a long time we have Matt, Trish, Jack and Cooper all under the one roof, good family vibes? have a listen! Theme of this episode is sport Vs music, Matty has been pranking people again and we've got all the listener feedback To read about everything that's talked about in this episode of The Matty Johns Podcast, and for everyt…
 
Vaccine programme: Booster jab rollout in care homes falling short as deaths begin to rise Politics liveblog: Winter lockdown ruled out by minister despite his 'concerns' over slow booster rollout Analysis: How Britain’s vaccine programme went from world-beater to laggard in less than a year Green energy: More taxes needed on cars and gas bills to …
 
While historians continue to explore the details of the infamous Salem witch trials, another, earlier panic swept through New England -- something modern historians often refer to as the "Vampire Panic." In part one of this two-part series, Ben is joined again with guest host Alex Williams, creator of the Ephemeral podcast, to explore the brutal re…
 
In the 90s there was rarely a week where Davinia Taylor wasn't on the television or in the newspapers, as an actor, presenter and well-known member of the so-called "Primrose Hill set". But behind the seemingly glamorous partying was a person in the grips of addiction. This Addiction Awareness Week, Bryony has teamed up with Action on Addiction and…
 
Green energy: Britain will be 'Qatar of hydrogen', Boris Johnson says as No 10 publishes net zero strategy Gas boiler ban: Comprehensive guide to what you’ll pay and when it comes into effect Joe Armitage: The rush to heat pumps hasn't been thought out Kate Andrews: Getting to net zero will come at a price – no matter what Boris or Biden say Europe…
 
The Ulster Rugby Round Up is back by popular demand after an unexpected week's break.Joining Gareth Hanna to discuss another, according to some, dissatisfying bonus point victory are Jonathan Bradley and Michael Sadlier. As well as the win over the Lions, there's also Rory Best's latest foray into the coaching world, Will Addison's new injury and t…
 
Premier Dominic Perrottet has backed controversial drug law reforms. The ICAC hears Daryl Maguire met with Gladys Berejik­lian while she was Treasurer where he raised his push to get millions of dollars for a Wagga Wagga shooting club. All adults in NSW will get a $50 voucher to spend on accomodation anywhere in the state. Penrith player Tyrone May…
 
This week we open the mailbag. It’s been bulging for months with a backlog of your questions for Sonia on training, nutrition, injuries and more. Not only does Jarlath get the chance to ask all your questions for the GOAT but he also gets to dip into the raft of questions he has never had the chance to ask. In classic no-nonsense Sonia style, we ge…
 
Fears for vulnerable: Booster vaccines rollout ‘too slow’ - search cases in your area Amess killing: Terror suspect allegedly tricked MP’s staff by lying about his plans 'Major overhaul needed': Deradicalise extremists over three years instead of one, review to say Fit for purpose?: Is Prevent a waste of time? Late drama: Arsenal snatch a point via…
 
When it comes to the cultural obsession with origin stories that’s led to the underwhelming Sopranos prequel film THE MANY SAINTS OF NEWARK, how much credit/blame should be placed at the feet of THE GODFATHER PART II as an originator of this storytelling fixation? That’s among the questions we consider as we parse our mixed-to-negative reactions to…
 
Sir David Amess killing: Southend to become a city in honour of MP MPs' tributes: Man of kindness who got boiled sweet blessed by the Pope Tearful journey: Sir David Amess’s widow views tributes at church where he died Victoria Hewson: The moral panic over online anonymity won't stop abusive content Tom Harris: No initiative can remove all the risk…
 
Drug users caught by police with a small amount of drugs would be given a second chance and referred to intervention programs, under a bill being drawn up by cabinet ministers. Gladys Berejiklian was secretly grilled by the ICAC as Premier. NSW farmers are warning they urgently need 16,000 workers from interstate and overseas to deliver the current…
 
Sir David Amess killing: Britain faces ‘wave of terror attacks plotted by bedroom radicals’ Picked at random?: Sir David Amess murder suspect had considered killing other MPs, the Telegraph understands Suspect's father: Former Somalian government worker had himself faced Islamist death threats Sir David Amess's family: 'He was a patriot and a man o…
 
When Camilla Tominey isn't writing in the Telegraph, she's the patron of Nacoa, The National Association for Children of Alcoholics, a charity that provides a space for people, young and old, to discuss the effect parental drinking has had on their life. This Addiction Awareness Week, Bryony has teamed up with Action on Addiction and the Forward Tr…
 
Sydney’s cocaine addiction was evident on the first weekend after lockdown with a taxi driver among 17 people caught dealing or in possession of ­cocaine in just two nights of routine police operations across the eastern suburbs. Social media and reality TV shows have been blamed for a disturbing spike in violent attacks by schoolgirls, with the nu…
 
When Brian O’Donovan was offered the plum role of RTÉ News' Washington Correspondent he knew he was taking his family on an adventure. After 2 years of fake news, scandals and turmoil, he had no clue he had only seen the beginnings of the craziness that would follow. With the clarity that Brian’s on site reports are known for, he speaks about what …
 
Sporting coaches, high school teachers and parents will be offered suicide prevention training as part of a $130 million state government mental health package to tackle a rise in self-harm cases. An elderly doctor with a ­religious objection to vaccinations has come out of retirement to hand out hundreds of fraudulent medical exemptions to teacher…
 
Legendary musician and producer Nile Rodgers joins Bryony for the first episode of this special series of Mad World. This Addiction Awareness Week, Bryony has teamed up with Action on Addiction and the Forward Trust to bring you a conversation each day tackling a different element of addiction. Because even though we are slowly breaking down the st…
 
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