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In a gun-slinging, post apocalyptic future, a young man must make enemies of those he once called brothers. Forced to leave his home and set out across the southern wastes to discover the truth of his father's betrayal, but above all he must fulfil his sacred duty to protect the mysterious Charge. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Alex and Toby enjoy the sound of their own voices, so much they bought a microphone and are recording themselves from a garden shed. Two in a Shed, your weekly instalment about the hilarious struggles of being young, from a duo who are bad at all aspects of life, including podcasting. Music by Longzijun
 
A podcast about what we learn when facts and dystopian fiction start to look the same. Join dystopian novelist Toby Ball, journalist Meg Heckman and assorted guests as they talk about authoritarianism, free speech, environmental decay and what it means to commit acts of resistance. Also: Power, privilege, freedom and – perhaps most importantly of all – hope.
 
The Weigh-In MMA Podcast is your source for Mixed Martial Arts news and analysis. Hosted by Big Marv, the show airs Sunday mornings on TSN 1290 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and is posted in commercial free as a podcast following it's air date. We live tweet every event, follow us on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/TheWeighIn) Toby (http://www.twitter.com/TobyOnAir) Big Marv (http://www.twitter.com/BigMarv204) Mike Young (http://www.twitter.com/MikeYoung204)
 
Holy Culture's Official Podcast. One of the webs most frequented spots for quality Holy Hip Hop mixshows & news, located online at http://www.holyculture.net. Check out all our network of sites at http://www.holyculture.net. Featuring popular mixshows like "Corelink Radio Program" with Trig & O'Diggity, "Didactics with D.A. Horton", hosted by Pastor Damon Horton (Azriel of AzriELicia), "The Gathering", "Maddness Mixshow" with DJ Eklectic, "CLE Radio" with Doc Watson, "N.I.F.T.Y. Christian sh ...
 
It's Complicated with Tanya Goodin. A podcast that untangles our relationship with our phones and the digital world, and investigates how we can all get a healthier, happier, relationship with tech. Each week a new guest reveals their phone and tech habits and tells us what they've learned about themselves from the relationship they have with the tiny tyrant in their pocket - their smartphone. Subscribe on Acast, Apple podcasts or Spotify and please do *rate and review* to help others find t ...
 
Class of Hope and Change is a two-year podcast documentary featuring millennials who are sharing their dreams, struggles, ideas, and stories in a beautiful movement of love, trust, and truth.This podcast is rooted in the timeless tradition of oral history. We speak for ourselves. We are telling our own stories before someone else sells them back to us. Our guests are everyday millennials who bring a variety of life experiences and cultural perspectives to discussions about a wide range of ti ...
 
Roosya is a DJ and musician, a vibrant representative of popular styles: Big Room, EDM, Progressive House, Future House, Electro House. When Roosya comes to the turntable, he fills the dance floor with fun and positivity. His slogan is "harder and faster!" He gained popularity thanks to his hard style of play with enthusiasm and incredible artistry. Roosya is a professional in his field, who really lays it out on stage. It's been ten years since Roosya played his first set and during this ti ...
 
Join Amanda Stoker, LNP Senator for Queensland (barrister, amateur potter and sometimes cranky mother) as she explores some of the big policy issues of our time with friends, colleagues and experts. Cut through the bull, get to the point and have a laugh as you go beyond the 3-second soundbytes and find out what's really going on in the issues of the day.
 
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On this week's episode, Emma Thompson explains why Church of England cuts could lead to the devastation of the parish network. (00:55) Then, Matt Ridley explains why lockdown could have led to more deadly coronavirus variants. (10:15) And finally, Toby Young asks why he hasn't got a peerage. (18:10)By The Spectator
 
Host Jonathan Kay talks to long-time New Republic literary editor Leon Wieseltier about ‘Liberties,’ the ambitious literary journal he founded after getting Me-Too’d—and many other subjects besides, including the future of journalism, the innocence of Woody Allen, the allure of jazz music, and Nicolas Cage’s underrated cinematic masterpiece, 'Gone …
 
On this week's episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Professor Robert Dingwall, from Nottingham Trent University; Rory Sutherland, vice chair of Ogilvy and The Spectator's Wiki Man columnist; and a team of Spectator journalists. We discuss SNP turmoil, the roadmap to unlocking, and what makes a good government advert. To watch the show, go to www.spect…
 
On this episode, Katy Balls explains how No. 10 infighting could lose Scotland, and reveals how Boris plans to get his side in order. (01:05) Matthew Lynn is next on the show, and tells the story of the Up Crash. (10:10) Craig Brown finishes the podcast, reading his review of a 'dark portrait of sibling hatred': Samantha Markle's memoir. (21:20)…
 
Well, well, well. What’s this I hear you ask? A new podcast...on a SATURDAY!? That’s right, if yesterday’s installment left you wanting more Chris Moyles Show content then we’ve carefully packed together all the highlights from this year’s birthday show. For 2021, we were up on the Radio X terrace where we built Chris an ACTUAL working pub to broad…
 
Did somebody order a fresh Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast? Delivered straight to your podcast feed with a side order great chat. It was another fun week on the show and we had a triple threat of guests to get stuck into too. Comedian Jon Richardson was the first to join us to talk about his latest podcast venture into the world of ‘futurism’.…
 
Nick de Bois starts the show. Dr Laurence Gerlis gives a Coronavirus update on the latest vaccine numbers and infection rates. Dr Rakib Ehsan reacts to the Supreme Court ruling on Shamima Begum. Brendan O'Neill and Mike talk about the BBC, and finally the Perrior Awards with Assistant Producer Izzy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
Could No. 10 infighting lose the Union? (00:40) When should the government tell us how to behave? (13:20) Can a relationship work without hugging for a year? (31:30) With The Spectator’s deputy political editor Katy Balls; The Spectator’s Scotland editor Alex Massie; vice chair of Ogilvy and Spectator columnist Rory Sutherland; Deirdre McCloskey, P…
 
Brendan Chilton starts the show. Helen Dale and Mike chat about Australia taking on tech and social media giants. Hope Marshall speaks to Mike about the importance of supporting your local businesses. David Cain joins Mike to discuss festivals, as Leeds and Reading Festival have announced the show will go on! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
Conservative MP Dehenna Davison starts the show, discussing the lockdown exit strategy and her campaign for fairer justice on single-punch killings. Simon Calder tells Mike about the latest on travel. Neil Oliver joins Mike for their weekly discussion. Emma Webb and Mike chat about the BBC educating employees on keeping hydrated. Dr Laura Smith tak…
 
Sam Leith's guest on this week’s Book Club is the bioarchaeologist Cat Jarman, whose fascinating new book River Kings spins a global history of the Vikings out of a single carnelian bead found in a grave in Repton. Cat tells him how much more there was to the Viking culture than our traditional image of arson, rape and pillage in Northumbria - show…
 
Starting the show is William Clouston. Roger Leighton joins Mike to discuss schools reopening, and mask wearing for children. Cyrus Todiwala speaks to Mike about the hospitality sector with outside dining on the menu for a while. Greg Smye-Rumsby and Mike talk about the sights and sounds coming from Mars. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Congratulations to us. We have a podcast! Last week, due to some technical problems on Toby's end we lost not one, but two attempts at production. This week we pulled out all the stops, put several redundant systems in place and, of course, none of it was needed. Go figure. After lamenting that which could have been, we're on to the matter at hand:…
 
After getting off the phone with Xi Jinping, Joe Biden warned his senators that on infrastructure 'and a whole range of other things', China was spending much more than the US, and America risked being left behind. So just how interconnected is modern China and is it really a good growth model to emulate? With economist George Magnus, author of Red…
 
John Rentoul starts the week. Willie Rennie talks about the Salmond Inquiry. Mike and Peter Hitchens have their weekly chat. Dr Alan Mendoza from the Henry Jackson Society discusses money laundering fears at Universities. Jodi Garth from Twinkl takes the homeschooling segment on the number zero. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
Quillette's Jonathan Kay speaks to eminent French sociologist Nathalie Heinich, founder of a new organization that opposes the spread of America's race-fixated academic movements into French campuses. While many conservatives have traditionally complained about the excesses of "French theory," Prof. Heinich argues, many harmful ideas are now crossi…
 
On this week's episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Rod Liddle, associate editor at The Spectator; Trevor Phillips, managing director at Webber Phillips; journalist Dan Hitchens; Harry Mount, editor of The Oldie; and a team of Spectator journalists. We discuss how England will leave lockdown, the rise of vaccine diplomacy, and why Anglo-Saxon history …
 
This week's Holy Smoke examines the fragmentation of American Catholicism following the election of pro-choice Catholic Joe Biden. It focuses on the strangest current of thought among the many conservative Catholics calling for an urgent change of approach in order to confront what promises to be an authoritarian liberal administration. It's called…
 
Well, we’ve all once again made it through to the end of another week. And what better way to mark the occasion than another Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast specifically packed and gift wrapped with all the best bits of the week. Relax, kick-back and listen to the dulcet tones of Mr Paul McKenna as he talks us through the latest installment of…
 
Baroness Kate Hoey starts the show. Mark Morrell aka Mr Pothole discusses how a £400m cut to cash to mend potholes sparks anger and fears of austerity. Medical student Joel speaks to Mike about the student led campaign ‘Stop the Student Rip Off Campaign.’ Susie Dent tells Mike that 3 million more Brits have become fluent in another language, and fi…
 
How are China and Russia getting ahead in the great game of vaccine diplomacy? (00:50) Has the US press lost its way? (11:30) Why is Anglo-Saxon history making a comeback? (27:20) With The Spectator's broadcast editor Cindy Yu; journalist Owen Matthews; Harper's publisher Rick MacArthur; The Washington Post's media critic Erik Wemple; journalist Da…
 
Nigel Farage starts the show. Charles- Henri Gallois, President of Generation Frexit discusses the French polls and Frexit. Dr Laurence Buckman talks about the plummeting infection rates in England. Finally, LaDona and Mike speak about the latest with the Oprah interview with Harry and Meghan. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informati…
 
Sam's guest in this week’s books podcast is the historian Judith Flanders, whose A Place For Everything tells the story of a vital but little considered part of intellectual history: alphabetical order. Judith tells Sam how this innovation both reflected and enabled the movement from oral to written culture, from a dogmatic to a secular worldview, …
 
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown starts the show. Neil Oliver and Mike have their weekly discussion. Sam Armstrong, from the Henry Jackson Society talk about China. Finally Paediatric Doctor Nik Johnson and Mike speak about the impact of lockdown on children's mental health. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Eliot Higgins is an investigative journalist. He is the founder of Bellingcat, a platform specialising in open source intelligence. Bellingcat is known for its work on the Syrian civil war, the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, and the Salisbury poisonings. On the podcast, he tells Lara and Olivia about his love of custard, what he snac…
 
Starting the show is Richard Tice. Professor Karol Sikora and Mike talk Coronavirus latest, and where the UK is at with vaccinations. Bobby Friedman and Mike chat about the importance of small talk. Finally, Emma McClarkin from the British Beer and Pub Association speaks about how rapid tests could open doors for pubs, clubs and theatres, and the n…
 
Starting the week is William Clouston. Dawn Neesom and Mike talk about an American woman getting pregnant with their second child. Peter Hitchens and Mike have their weekly discussion. Roger Leighton tells Mike about teaching unions, and getting children back to school. Sebastian Gorka and Mike speak about Trump's acquittal. See acast.com/privacy f…
 
Quillette’s Jonathan Kay talks to Brian Amerige—a former team leader at Facebook, and now the CEO of Thoughtful—about the content-moderation lessons he’s learned from established social-media giants, and how we can create something better.By Quillette
 
On this week's episode, Andrew Neil is joined by Professor Sharon Peacock CBE, chair of the Covid-19 Genomics UK Consortium; Douglas Ross, leader of Scottish Conservatives; Wolfgang Munchau, director of Eurointellgence; and a team of Spectator journalists. We discuss how genomics can combat new Covid variants, if the Scottish Tories can stop indepe…
 
It’s a Friday and as sure as eggs is eggs that means its time for another Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast. How great is that!? This week on the show we brought some fantastic guests on for virtual chats. We announced all the details for our next Radio X Presents with Barclaycard gig with the help of the man behind the new album ‘Evering Road’ …
 
John Rentoul starts the show. Dr Kristian Niemietz from the Institute of Economic Affairs discusses the NHS, as Matt Hancock has said there is ‘no better time than now’ for changes. Dr Rakib Ehsan and Mike talk about Black Lives Matter and Extinction Rebellion to be probed. Tom Whipple takes the homeschooling segment on gravity, and finally the Per…
 
On this week's episode, we talk vaccine passports (1:10), Nord Stream 2 (14:55) and the appeal of chess (30:50). With entrepreneur Louis-James Davis, journalist James Ball, analyst Wolfgang Munchau, academic Kadri Liik, chess columnist Luke McShane and chess streamer Fiona Steil-Antoni. Presented by Lara Prendergast. Produced by Cindy Yu, Max Jeffe…
 
We kick off the show speaking to Conservative MP, Alberto Costa, about ministers urging Brits not to book holidays. Then we catch up with Helen Dale, asking 'is it time to take control of the elite?' And we round off the show with Fenton Parsons who talks us through the impact lockdown has had on the entertainment industry. See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
In this week’s books podcast, Sam is joined by the philosopher Toby Ord to talk about the cheering subject of planetary catastrophe. In his book The Precipice, new in paperback, Toby argues that we’re at a crucial point in human history - and that if we don’t start thinking seriously about extinction risks our species may not make it through the ne…
 
Simon Calder kicks off the show to discuss the news that tourists may face 10 years in jail for Covid travel lies. Then we discuss the possibility of further funding towards removing unsafe cladding on buildings with Stephen McPartland, Conservative MP for Stevenage. And finally Neil Oliver joins us for our weekly catch up. See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
Trevor Kavanagh starts the show. Robert Clark talks about the hundreds of academics investigated over weapons links to China. Matt Kelly discusses the post-Brexit grace period. Finally, Dr Laurence Gerlis and Mike speak about the South African variant, and how the over-70s can book a test without having to wait to be contacted. See acast.com/privac…
 
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