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Real Dictators is the award-winning podcast that explores the hidden lives of history's tyrants. Hosted by Paul McGann, with contributions from eyewitnesses and expert historians. New episodes available one week early for Noiser+ subscribers. You'll also get ad-free listening and exclusive content. To find out more about Noiser+, head to noiser.com/subscriptions. For advertising enquiries, email info@adelicious.fm Production: Joel Duddell, Ed Baranski, Miriam Baines, Tom Pink, George Tapp, D ...
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Story of a Speech

Michael de Groot

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The ‘Story of a Speech' Podcast, explores, educates and explains why every business person needs to master the skills of speaking and storytelling. The two Michaels will share insights, speaking tips and of course many stories.
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Two old punks from both side of the pond talk about everything and nothing, loosely focusing on punk rock both past and present. Opinions, facts and commentary on the way things were, the way things are and the way things should be in the scene. Plus you will hear some great punk rock from every era. Hosted by Tom Trauma and LiverpoolNeil. No rules!
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Liberty Dies With Thunderous Applause is a history podcast obsessed with history's greatest dictators. The hosts have created a knockout competition to determine the single greatest dictator of all time. Each episode features a match-up of two dictators where the hosts discuss the life and times of each leader. The loser of each match-up is immediately eliminated from the tournament and each winner remains in the contest to be named history's greatest dictator.
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Music Student 101

Jeremy Burns, Matthew Scott Phillips

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We are musicians, composers, engineers, teachers and students alike. The path of a musician can be challenging and uncertain but it can also be enriching and great fun! This is the path we chose and we are here as your resource. Explore theory, history, ear training, technique, special topics and overall musicianship.
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A collection of the world's most adventurous authors and best investigative journalists. Join fellow listeners and subscribe to the newsletter: https://curiousworldview.beehiiv.com/subscribe Want to hear the insane collapse of Communism in Russia and installation of Capitalism? #111 w/ Bill Browder An Encyclopaedia On Modern Terrorism & Political Violence #158 w/ Magnus Ranstorp Prisoners Of Geography & The Worldview of #145 w/ Tim Marshall The Great Cash-For-Carbon Hustle... Plant A Tree, O ...
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The Tony Law Tapes

Tony Law & John-Luke Roberts

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The Tony Law Tapes is a series of ground-breaking interviews with the world's foremost Time Traveller, Tony Law, conducted by John-Luke Roberts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hosted by Alex Green, Stereo Embers: The Podcast is a weekly podcast airing exclusively on Bombshell Radio (www.bombshellradio.com) that features interviews with musicians, authors, artists and actors talking about the current creative moment in their lives. A professor at St. Mary's College of California, Alex is the Editor-In-Chief of Stereo Embers Magazine (www.stereoembersmagazine.com), the author of five books and has served as a Speaker/Moderator for LitQuake, Yahoo!, The Bay Area Book ...
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Speakeasy conversation about strategy, competition, economics, history, and policy from two non-experts. The episodes include some actual economic Game Theory such as the Prisoner's Dilemma, the Traveler's Dilemma, and the Public Good game. Episodes also include conversations on dilemmas in TV/Movies, sports, and board/card games, as well as the history of military, intelligence (spies), politics, and economics. The objective is simply to think critically about how people make strategic choi ...
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The Snowstorm

Nicholas Snow Productions LLC

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The Snowstorm, produced and hosted by Nicholas Snow, is a live, interactive, hot topics panel discussion television show broadcast weekly at 9 AM Pacific time on PromoHomo.TV®, and then distributed as an audio podcast across all platforms. The Snowstorm is becoming the quintessential go-to LGBTQ+ Sunday Show.
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The Daily Impulse Show is discussing day-today things that NO ONE else is going to chat about. May sound boring, right? WRONG! Take a listen...it just might be more relatable than you think!
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A Positive Jam

Shortman Studios

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A Positive Jam breaks great albums down track by track to find out what makes the music great, what goes into the songs, and why these albums matter. The second season covers The Hold Steady's breakthrough second album, Separation Sunday, an ambitious follow-up that saw the band refine their sound, their style, and their narrative approach, and which put them on the map with the wider music-listening audience. Season 2 is hosted by Shawn Westfall, with Mike Taylor and Daniel Shvartsman along ...
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All the knowledge you need to build better habits and achieve your goals in life. Great news! Our new host, Christopher Allen will debut soon, as we resume weekly podcasts focused on all things habit. All content © Spot Dog Media, LLC Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/habits/support
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The New Pulse News Podcast Radio, is about you; The Pulse is a new 24 hour to the minute, independent, 1st Amendment, free form on demand news, information, opinion, commentary and editorial News network, news, podcast radio portal, providing real news stories without the hype. For more news reference links and to listen to the podcast go to radiotalknetwork.com and visit us also at WAFRN.com and at https://www.thenewsdesklive.com/
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#77 on the "filth" list shows us that the road to good intentions is paved with Nuclear Men. You'll find John doing his spiritualist/leftist take on film at Popcorn Eschaton: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/zebras-in-america/id1220264878 Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastius.…
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"A Master Class In Songwriting"Jad Fair is probably best known as one half of Half Japanese. Formed with his brother David in 1974, the Maryland by way of Michigan outift remain one of the more curious entires into the pantheon of rock and roll. Their songs are jagged and battered mini-anthems about broken hearts, monsters and...broken hearts and m…
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✍︎: The Curious Worldview Newsletter - the ultimate compliment to the podcast... Bill Browder Nassim Taleb Follow me on Instagram - @ryanfhogg This is an interview with Victor Haghani who is among many other things… the Co-Founder of LTCM (long term capital management), the Founder of Elm Wealth and the author of Missing Billionaires. In this inter…
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The PTID guys' pal Matt Swisher (of Failure Records & Tapes, The Record Farm, Bonus Pints and now the Vibrant Event Center,) continues to do awesome things in rural Indiana! Tom and Neil are just glad to come along for the ride. Among the normal ball breaking, they talk about the huge upcoming free Supersuckers show, and the even bigger new Sloppy …
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In 1977, a little indie film called “Star Wars” was released, ushering in a new era for science-fiction films. Its budget? Eleven million dollars. To which Roger “Be Like the Cor-Man” Corman replied “hold my beer” and a mere three years later presented the world with the sci-fi epic “Battle Beyond the Stars” for a much more reasonable two million d…
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#77 is on the "film" list, but we still get into its stink. John Champion has been sussing out the messages, morals, and meetings of every episode of Star Trek for more than a decade at the Mission Log podcast. Head over here to get into that: https://www.missionlogpodcast.com/ Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://w…
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"Softcore"With over ten albums under his musical belt, Logan Lynn has firmly established himself as a singular and dynamic talent. First of all, Lynn is a musician, writer, producer, filmmaker, television personality, mental health advocate, and LGBT activist. He's worked with everyone from the Get-Up Kids to Portugal the Man to the comic Jay Mohr …
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The dictator knock-out tournament continues. The hosts unravel the lives and legacies of two dictators of the Congo; Belgian King Leopold II and Mobuto Sese Seko, the President of the Congo & Zaire. They discuss the Leopold II, his hunger for a colony, his evil plan to create the Congo Free State, severed hands, rubber harvesting and his French pro…
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On this episode the PTID guys catch up with Paul Z, founding bassist of criminally underrated Chicago punks The Effigies. They talk about the band's history and the '80s Chicago scene. They also get into more recent years and potential upcoming reissues. They even venture into what the future might hold for The Effigies without recently deceased si…
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There’s a new superhero in town, the man they call “X”! He has the power to see through things! Clothing! Human skin! Manila file folders! And how does he use this power to fight crime, you ask? Uh . . . well, I guess he could see criminals naked and mock them about any body image problems they might have until they surrendered out of sheer embarra…
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#78 on the "filth" list knows how to put a cap in a neverending story. Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastius. You'll get early episodes of this and out other podcasts, along with a live chat here and there. Speaking of our other podcasts - seriously, you could only listen to variou…
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This is a taster episode of a brand-new podcast from the Noiser network. Host Paul McGann follows the real people involved in the D-Day landings. It’s 1944 and Europe is in the grip of the Nazi war machine. But on the shores of Great Britain, thousands of men and women are planning the great fightback. What will it take to turn the tide of World Wa…
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Live from Neil's kitchenette! Tom heads to Chicago to meet up with Neil. They talk about pregaming in the city before heading to see The Damned and The Dictators. They talk about the good, the bad and the ugly of the show and the "Sex Pistols" reunion shows. With songs from The Dictators, The Damned, Bad Nerves, Bad Idea, Bazooka Sharkz, and Big Bl…
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"Planet Girls"Sponge's new album Planet Girls is a thrilling listen. But here's the thing: it isn't new. Recorded back in 1999, when the band turned the record in to the company, the folks in charge didn't think the material would connect with the current cultural zeitgeist. So what did they do? They shelved it. Big mistake. A dynamic blast of hook…
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Tremble before the rise of the Cor-man! We’re in “Be Like the Cor-man” now, up to our necks! For all his chintzy budgets, churned-out scripts, and lilliputian shooting schedules, Roger Corman hardly ever lost money on any of his pictures. Some of those pictures . . . one finds oneself asking “how?” as is the case of the 1960 now-cult-classic “Littl…
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I can't remember enjoying a story more than Peter Marshall's Mother Leakey and the Bishop. The way Peter tells the story is absolutely brilliant with walk on parts from some very famous characters. At heart though it is a ghost story and the story of how an Anglican Bishop came to be hanged for the crime of sodomy in Dublin in the winter of 1640. P…
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We give #78 on the "good" list its close-up. John Champion has been sussing out the messages, morals, and meetings of every episode of Star Trek for more than a decade at the Mission Log podcast. Head over here to get into that: https://www.missionlogpodcast.com/ Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://www.patreon.com/…
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"A Few Good Moments"So: how much of a legend is the Winnipeg-born Burton Cummings? Well, let's just start with these few facts and we'll work our way backwards. He's been inducted into both the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame and the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame. He's been named as an officer of the Order of Canada and both the Burton Cum…
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✍︎: The Curious Worldview Newsletter - the ultimate compliment to the podcast... Russ Roberts – Taleb & Hitchens Scott Patterson – Taleb & Chaos Kings Magnus Ranstorp – Terrorism & Political Violence James Robinson – Why Nations Fail Follow me on Instagram - @ryanfhogg Samo Burja founded Bismarck Analysis, of which Bismarck Brief has spun off, whic…
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Spit fire and save matches, we’ve got us a new series! And it’s a doozy, recognizing one of the greatest most talented highly influential directors of the last hundred years. Who you may ask? Ron Howard? Sure, “Apollo 13” is decent and “A Beautiful Mind” won some minor awards like an Oscar but did he bring us “Dinoshark”? No, he did not! Martin Sco…
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Tom and Neil separately go see THE big punk tour of the spring, and they have thoughts. They had a good time overall, but they've got a lot of problems with you people! With bonus coverage of Neil rubbing elbows with Chicago punk luminaries at a Stiff Little Fingers show, and Tom's weekend of bar hopping in Detroit. With music from Cock Sparrer, St…
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Honestly, we had real trouble figuring out #79 is on the bad list, and it now has an even lower iBDb score than when it made the list. Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastius. You'll get early episodes of this and out other podcasts, along with a live chat here and there. Speaking of…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss the Texas Sharpshooter Fallacy, which is when outcomes are analyzed out of context, giving the illusion of causation rather than attributing the outcome to chance. They provide examples of this fallacy, such as the alcohol industry pushing back on labels that state alcohol causes cancer. They also touch on the nar…
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"Detroit Soul"The six-time Grammy-Award winning Don Was' resume has more highlights than a Steph Curry career retrospective. It's just three pointer after three pointer with this guy. The Detroit-born musician, producer, film composer, documentarian and record executive got his start in the high school outfit The Saturns, but his band Was (Not Was)…
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Halloyouall! Hier is de ende auf “Hat Nicht Gewonen. Hat Nicht Gewonen. Hat Nicht Gewonen” und der Max und der Mike ist vatchen das moviefilmen von Herr Charles Chaplin “Der Zehr Biggen Leadermensch”. Das ist ein moviefilmen vot nicht winnen das Oskar fur “Müst Gooden Movenpicturspassemachen” und das ist zehr unhappimachen. Or ist das? Maybeezo ist…
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The PTID guys finally caught up with Rock Guy Eddie Spaghetti. They discussed the band's rise and fall over the years, and how they ultimately found success as a boutique rock and roll band. They got into rubbing elbows with greatness in the form of Willie Nelson, Ramones and Motorhead. Overall, it's a really fun listen, with music by, of course, S…
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#79 on the "good" list asks how serious are you when you say you'd kill for a promotion. Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastius. You'll get early episodes of this and out other podcasts, along with a live chat here and there. Speaking of our other podcasts - seriously, you could onl…
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"Bloodbrothers"The Bronx-born Richard Blum took his love of wrestling and Catskill Mountains humor and created Handsome Dick Manitoba, the wildly charismatic frontman of the legendary proto-punk outfit The Dictators. Along with his childhood best friend Scott Kempner, Andy Shernoff, Ross Friedman and Stu Boy King, The Dictators tore out of the gate…
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✍︎: The Curious Worldview Newsletter - the ultimate compliment to the podcast... Jos Benschop – SVP Science ASML - Episode #56 Chris Miller – Chip War - Episode #81 ASML Bloody Good Business Follow me on Instagram - @ryanfhogg Watch on youtube - https://youtu.be/Kxmf6P-JHa8 ASML is certainly among the most critical businesses to the modern economy.…
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Once again the PTID guys plumb the depths of the later catalogs of a couple of legendary punk bands. By 1980 both Stiff Little Fingers and The Dickies had released a pair of untouchable LPs, but what about after that? Tom and Neil discuss the good, the bad and the ugly, with the songs from, of course, Stiff Little Fingers and The Dickies.…
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In this episode, the hosts discuss the adage 'sell in May and go away' and its implications for the stock market. They explore the historical underperformance of the stock market during the summer months and the potential reasons behind it. They also touch on the impact of the presidential election cycle on stock market performance. The hosts cauti…
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#80 on the "filth" list shows what happens when you remake one of the best horror movies ever as one of the worst. Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastius. You'll get early episodes of this and out other podcasts, along with a live chat here and there. Speaking of our other podcasts …
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In the final part of the Cromwell story, outrage at the King’s execution leads Ironsides to wage war on Scotland and, notoriously, Ireland. Insurgencies over, he’ll become Lord Protector - king in all but name. But as discontent continues to spread, the unthinkable will once again become possible. The Stuart monarchy couldn’t be restored… could it?…
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Um, ok, this is a bit embarrassing but while we were hoping to discuss “Singin’ in the Rain” as this week’s entry in our “Didn’t Win. Didn’t Win. Didn’t Win” series, we, well I’ll just say it, we couldn’t afford the licensing fees (it’s very complicated; it would take an economist to explain it) BUT don’t despair, because we’ve got something even b…
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"Anniversary"Abigail Lapell is one of the most arresting voices in modern music. The Canadian-born singer-songwriter has been on an undeniable winning streak since her 2011 debut album Survivor. She followed that up with stunners like 2017's Hide Nor Hair, 2022's Stolen Time and her brand new one Anniversary. We'll get to Anniversary in a second bu…
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#80 on the "film" list is like a drowning man clutching at a razor blade. Support us at our podcasting network, Podcastio Podcastius at https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastius. You'll get early episodes of this and out other podcasts, along with a live chat here and there. Speaking of our other podcasts - seriously, you could only listen to var…
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"The Clocks Are Out Of Time"The East London outfit The Jack Rubies may have gotten their start in 1987 and quickly fired off two brilliant albums--1988's Fascinatin' Vacation and 1990's See The Money In My Smile--but that was it; they literally dropped off the musical map. And it was a weird disappearance because they were poised for big things--th…
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With the King in captivity, both sides seek a settlement. But when Charles escapes, all trust is broken. For Cromwell there is only one course of action - a solution that will plunge the British Isles into unknown territory. His Majesty must be put on trial… A Noiser production, written by Jeff Dawson. Many thanks to Peter Gaunt, Clare Jackson, Ann…
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If you have any interest at all in Byzantium or in the Roman Empire generally I think you should really enjoy this episode. Professor Kaldellis is one of the leading scholars on Byzantium (East Rome?) and his book The New Roman Empire - A History of Byzantium takes you all the way from the founding of Constantinople to its fall to the Ottoman Turks…
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✍︎: The Curious Worldview Newsletter https://curiousworldview.beehiiv.com/subscribe Follow me on Instagram - @ryanfhogg Watch on Youtube - https://youtu.be/Kx8N66hK8kI Sam Leith is the literary editor for the oldest surviving weekly magazine in the world, an organisation which started publication in 1828 which means… the magazine for which he is th…
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Ok, this week’s entry in the “Didn’t Win. Didn’t Win. Didn’t Win” series is a bit troubling. I mean, it’s “2001: A Space Odyssey,” right? Well, I don’t know about you but I remember 2001; I remember getting over the Y2K panic; I remember George W. Bush being president. You know what I DON’T remember? Finding a mysterious black monolith on the moon!…
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The PTID guys are thrilled to welcome Dave from New Jersey hardcore legends Adrenalin O.D. They talk about the past, present and future of the band, and of course their many wacky hijinks! They also discuss Dave's fun new book “If It's Tuesday, It Must Be Walla Walla” by DiWulf Publishing. This essential episode is a virtual who's who of '80s hardc…
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