Writer and Content Creator Tova Leigh exploits her husband Mike and forces him into no hold barred conversations about love, marriage, parenting, social media and sex with the promise of actually cooking dinner once in a while. Till Death Do Us Pod is their unofficial 'date night' with the occasional interview and answering questions from the listeners.
Bob Ruff is currently investigating the double homicide of Fort Worth couple Agnes and Lloyd "Smitty" Courtney. The Truth & Justice Podcast recently wrapped up Season 7 (The Murder of Bill Little), and Season 5 (The Forgotten West Memphis Three). The podcast investigates a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. Bob asks listeners to help with the investigation, in an attempt to prove who actually committed the crimes and free the wrongfully convicted. Truth & Justice is a true ...
Join me as I dive into some of the most fascinating and thought provoking true crime stories told one chapter at a time. Kidnappings, murders, mysterious disappearances, serial killers, celebrity crime and more will be covered.
Laci Green explores noteworthy perspectives on society, human behavior, and the internet.
Amplified Oklahoma shares voices from the OSU Library's oral history collections and examines a variety of topics related to Oklahoma history and culture. It is a production of the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at the Oklahoma State University Library.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172 Running the race of life is hard. But with the Bible front and center and a heart to encourage, trusted pastor, Erwin Lutzer takes you on a journey into the Word to help you make it across the finish line.
Need someone to share the joy, pain, and shoulder pads of your Beverly Hills, 90210 and Melrose Place rewatches? The Tara Ariano and Sarah D. Bunting are here for you!
Relationship expert Dr. Jamie Turndorf takes her popular free relationship advice column to live radio to answer your relationship, dating, or sex questions. She is the creator of the pioneering relationship advice Website AskDrLove.com. She's also a practicing therapist and the author of numerous books including the critically acclaimed "Till Death Do Us Part (Unless I Kill You First): A Step-By-Step Guide to Resolving Relationship Conflict," which was endorsed by John Gray, author of Men A ...
We look back on X-Men comics, movies, tv shows, characters and more! Every week, we rotate a different topic; We bring a comic issue or arch to look back on the story and it’s history. We go through each movie, discussing the production and reviewing it. We go episode by episode through the various X-Men television shows. We pick a character and look back on their history, powers and notable appearances.
Uneducated Humor is a podcast based out of los angeles. Sex, booze and fails. The story of every mans life. we trade hilarious stories from our dating and social lives. It's raunchy and straight forward but always funny. check us out! fair warning , not for the easily offended.
Founded in 1909, we seek to reach people with the gospel of Jesus Christ and to serve worldwide in our ministries.
Not your usual urban legends podcast. Scary Stories is an atmospheric exploration of the psychology of fear told through those classic stories that happened to a friend of a friend. Say a fond farewell to folklore because these are the stories we hope aren't true ...
Europe's no. 1 Walker Texas Ranger podcast
We're a couple of medicated young women in STEM ranting and bantering about a different topic each week! Things like feminism, student debt, marriage, celebrity/fame, social media, diet/nutrition, dating, mental health.. etc. Discussing articles within that topic (from the Atlantic to Buzzfeed), but also the latest research in the scientific community about that topic. A podcast for women, by women.. but men can come too!
Meet the Freshs. Jubal is a stand up comedian and nationally syndicated radio personality. Alex never wanted to be in the spotlight but somehow he convinced her to do a show with him. Genuine, funny and always honest they talk about everything. And we mean everything. If you need proof of that just listen to the teaser and the first episode, and the next, and the next.
The Ellie Show covers many topics. We'll feature up and coming artists like writers, musicians, animators, just to name a few. There'll be shows about crafting, cooking, health, church ministries, and technology too. To my older listeners and subscribers, I've heard your request. So, throughout the remainder of this year until 2014, we'll share a series, Long Ago Radio Shows (LARS). If it's a hit, and you let me know that you like it---we'll continue programming the LARS series. You can writ ...
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We have another great interview for you! This week we speak to CEO, wife, mother, liberator and feminist, Emma Sayle. Emma is most well known for being one of the UK's leading 'sex entrepreneurs' as she made her name launching the female empowerment brand, Killing Kittens. Believing that female empowerment goes from the Bedroom to the Boardroom, Em…
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29Adam and Eve tossed paradise aside when they disobeyed God. Like them, we manipulate each other to meet our own needs, not realizing that loving our spouse is the real key to marital happiness.By Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer
After Sydney gets roughed up by some sex workers for horning in on their turf and ends up in the ER, Kimberly decides that she should also get the chance to take revenge on Michael and enlists her in her planning to, you know, end his life. Sydney may not have quite the stomach for it, but no matter: Kimberly's got enough focus for both of them, ev…
On the Sunday Panel this morning we're joined by Dr Ella Henry, the Director of Maori Advancement at the Auckland University of Technology's Business School, and Chris Wikaira, a director of the Wellington public relations firm BRG.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29Patience is only developed when that patience is tried. Whether its long grocery lines or long waits for answered prayer, God uses these unplanned waits to mold our characters.By Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer
This week's Follow-Up is a special episode of Bob and Weave about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Bob and Zaq bring on expert guests Tom Desenberg and Doug Bonham to talk thoughts and theories on this iconic case. Today's Sponsor: Brooklinen.com - Use promo code "TJ" for huge savings and free shipping during Brooklinen's Black Frida…
The number of New Zealanders with eating disorders seeking help has at least doubled this year, pushing treatment services to breaking point, according to a support group. Eating Disorders Association of NZ says children as young as eight are waiting weeks to be seen for life threating eating disorders like anorexia. It's calling on the government …
The mother of a teenager with anorexia and bulimia says children will die unless the government puts more money and resources into treatment for eating disorders. The demand for services has more than doubled this year, according to Eating Disorders Association NZ. It said children as young as eight are waiting weeks or even months to be seen by sp…
The chief executive of the Master Electricians trade body, Bernie McLaughlin, joins The Panel.
Miss Intercontinental New Zealand, Arielle Keil, speaks to The Panel.
Wallace Chapman speaks to James Barnett who lives in Gravesend Kent, originally from Dunedin.
Some of our listener feedback on issues covered during the week.
Kirstie Stanway, presenter at SKY sport, speaks to The Panel about the two big games.
National Secretary for The NZ Resident Doctors Association Deborah Powell speaks to The Panel.
Much of England is to enter the two toughest tiers when lockdown is lifted next week Dec 2. Wallace Chapman speaks to James Barnett who lives in Gravesend Kent, originally from Dunedin. Aotearoa's first transgender Miss New Zealand contestant took part in the pageant this month. Arielle Keil speaks to The Panel.…
High workloads and burnout are taking a toll on senior Doctors, as the pandemic is exacerbating specialist shortages. National Secretary for The NZ Resident Doctors Association Deborah Powell speaks to The Panel. As Stuff reports, a Nelson couple are facing a $30,000 bill to find an alternative heat source for their home. Nelson City Councillor Tim…
What panellists Michael Moynihan and Penny Ashton have been thinking.
This week we've had a running theme of talking about beauty pageants. Today The Panel will hear from Nigel Godfery the CEO of Miss World New Zealand about the competition's relevance today.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29Its the height of folly to think we can hide our sins from God. Thats what David wrote about in Psalm 32. Caught red-handed in great sin, David came clean before God and man. What does it take to be fully forgiven by the God who sees everything we do?…
The Panel speaks to Jason Rhodes about his acquisition.
Bernard Hickey, who writes about economics, business and politics at The Kaka, speaks to The Panel.
While Aucklanders prefer housing auctions, in the Capital it's the opposite and most people go for tenders.
The Panel speaks to SANDS New Zealand chair Melanie Tarrant about support available here.
The Panel speaks to Police Deputy Commissioner Jevon McSkimming about the choice.
Anjum Rahman, spokesperson for the Islamic Women's Council, speaks to The Panel.
Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis has launched a 42 million programme to fight school racism.
Meghan Markle has penned a piece about a miscarriage she suffered in July, in the hope it might help other families dealing with the same grief. The Panel speaks to SANDS New Zealand chair Melanie Tarrant about support available here. While Aucklanders prefer housing auctions, in the Capital it's the opposite and most people go for tenders. Bindi N…
Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis has launched a 42 million programme to fight school racism. The Panel speaks to Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon. The Royal Commission into the Christchurch mosque attacks is handing over its findings to the government today, after nearly 20 months. Anjum Rahman, spokesperson for the Islamic Women's Co…
What panellists Jenni Giblin and Rajorshi Chakraborti have been thinking.
Police have revealed this afternoon the death of the 22nd victim of the Whakaari White Island Eruption of December 9th 2019, RNZ reporter Sarah Robson joins us with the details.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29Deep down, everyone knows they fall short of moral perfection. Sin has both immediate and long-term consequences, and only being fully forgiven removes the sense of condemnation that wrongdoers feel.By Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer
The Panel speaks to Shawn Evans from Gateway Glass about the scale of the problem.
Eugene Doyle, water activist and member of Wellington's Mayoral Taskforce on the Three Waters, gives his view.
The Panel asks Andrew Murray from Apartment Specialists what needs to change.
Dr Helen Petousis-Harris tells The Panel about the timeframe and whether it could shift.
New Green MP Ricardo Menendez-March, who is the party's spokesperson for seniors has come under fire for using the word "boomers" when referring to seniors. The Panel asks Greypower president Jan Pentecost if she's offended by the term.
Economist Michael Reddell who previously worked at The Reserve Bank about the Minister's suggestion.
Melanie Reid from Newsroom has been following proceedings and speaks to The Panel.
The Minister for Covid 19 has said it could be 18 months before there are enough people vaccinated so our borders can re-open. Dr Helen Petousis-Harris tells The Panel how the timeframe could shift. With the housing market stretched, The Panel asks Andrew Murray from Apartment Specialists if it is time to review the body corp system to make things …
Oranga Tamariki chief executive Grainne Moss has admitted to the Waitangi Tribunal inquiry that there is structural racism in the agency's systems which have led to poor outcomes for Māori tamariki taken from their whānau. Melanie Reid from Newsroom has been following proceedings and speaks to The Panel. Finance Minister Grant Robertson has suggest…
What panellists Thomas Pryor and Niki Bezzant have been thinking.
A look back at past protests against Miss New Zealand Pageants.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/172/29Though named as King, David was pursued by a jealous King Saul for ten long years. Still, he could say of God, You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. Can you face trials with that kind of confidence? Here are more lessons from Psalm 23.…
In an event recorded last Thursday at the University of Auckland entitled The US Election 2020: A Crisis of legitimacy?, a panel of lecturers, Timothy Kuhner, Maria Armoudian, Danny Osborne and Scott Optican use the lenses of law, political science, and psychology to explain this contested election and discuss the implications of the final outcome.…
A NZer in Australia is caught drink driving after eating too many rum and raisin balls at a birthday party.