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Why do fans love some Rotten films and hate some Fresh ones? What did critics make of a cult classic before it earned its cult status? In this weekly podcast, hosts Jacqueline Coley, Mark Ellis, and guests go deep and settle the score on some of the most beloved – and despised – movies and TV shows ever made, directly taking on the statement we hear from so many fans: “Rotten Tomatoes is wrong.”
 
Join Nic Cage and JCVD enthusiasts Rob, Simon and James as they dig into a vault of underrated movies from yesteryear to see if they are rightly shunned to the bargain buckets of Asda, or whether they do indeed deserve reconsideration. To qualify the week's film must either be classed as Rotten on RottenTomatoes.com, or officially be a box office bomb. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Tomato Radio is a podcast about food and drink hosted by Mary Bailey and Amanda LeNeve. We record these episodes in Edmonton, Alberta. Expect a new episode on Wednesdays every other week. Tomato Radio is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network powered by ATB. Learn more at albertapodcastnetwork.com.
 
The Food Garden Life Show is an award-winning show that celebrates food gardens, food, family, community, and a slightly slower life. Host Emma Biggs is a 15-year-old, Gen-Z gardener with driveway and rooftop gardens. Co-host Steven Biggs is a horticulturist, author, and college instructor. Monthly podcasts from their live radio show include Emma’s Tomato-Talk segment and Steven’s Biggs-on-Figs segment. Weekly podcast episodes include talks with gardeners pushing the boundaries of food garde ...
 
What do we do here? We help people create edible and beautiful landscapes that are way better than organic! Because I'm on a mission. My dream is to make good food accessible to everyone. In my humble opinion, the best food is tasty, nutritious and safe, and it doesn’t get any better than picking fresh fruits, herbs, and veggies straight off the plant. Where you know what went on it and in it from start to finish. Here at Ediful Gardens, we landscape with edible and ornamental plants, trees, ...
 
The Mask Off Podcast is a weekly get together of friends within the twitch politics sphere, who are tired of constant bloodsports and bullshit. We wanted a space to sit down and talk about issues and concerns without a debatebro atmosphere. SamanthaBanana and Counterpoints are veterans in the arena of twitch debates, and Tyberius D comes from more of the intellectual side of twitch politics (big brain geopolitics shit). So we came up with a chill sunday night session where we can bullshit ab ...
 
Are you looking for a new and fun way to learn American English? Come hang out with Lindsay and Michelle from Boston and New York City and have fun while you improve your English listening skills! We are an English as a Second Language (ESL) podcast for intermediate to advanced English learners around the world. We will show you how to use everyday English vocabulary and natural idioms, expressions, and phrasal verbs and how to make small talk in American English. We will also give you speci ...
 
Four friends sit down to review movies that you absolutely should have already seen. Zack and Tyler are a little bit more of film buffs, and Scott and Jake have seen pretty much every Summer Blockbuster in the last twenty years. Make sure to listen for the late bloomers' hot takes for each movie, and enjoy the witty banter along the way!
 
Eddy-N-Lucky, Living in NYC (Harlem)! Eddy is DunkinDnuts & Coffee milk to Lucky’s Cafe Du Monde Coffee & Chicory…One says “tomato”,One says “creole tomatah”. Full of Opinions, Point..less ideas, We Talk Much about nothing and Nothing about a lot. Tv, Pets, Drag Queens, food, movies, music, social media, and bigfoot! ALL TRUE, ALLEGEDLY Easily Offended? don’t listen Snowflake!
 
Julia Cunningham lovingly reveals the plot of films that you would rather not see: low percent Rotten Tomato films, muddled adaptations, characters escaping death, on the nose romantic comedies, gender flipped remakes of a remake, plus everything in between. Let me watch so you don't have to ... and tell you everything. New episodes every week, on Mondays.
 
Yara is the world's crop nutrition leader with over 100 years of experience. In collaboration with customers and partners, Yara grows knowledge to responsibly feed the world and protect the planet, to fulfill its vision of a collaborative society, a world without hunger and a planet respected. Our crop nutrition solutions and precision farming offerings allow farmers to increase yields and improve product quality while reducing environmental impact.
 
The only podcast about Bloody Marys, the world's premier brunch beverage. Tune in for best practices, recipe tests, history, interviews, and much more. There is cussing. Visit us at Patreon.com/TomatoPickup to get advance notice on recipes and ingredients so you can play along at home.
 
The Drunken Taoist is a bi-monthly podcast by writer/martial artist/college professor/whatever-label-you-feel-like-adding Daniele Bolelli. One of the monthly episodes features discussions and interviews with one or more guests. The other includes the infamous Bolelli rants and verbal Tai Chi with co-host Rich Evirs. Topics covered by the show include the common thread is whatever makes life intense, passionate and worth living. Anything that meets this requirement is fair game-regardless of ...
 
This podcast is dedicated to tomato and vegetable gardening. I try and make my episodes short and to the point. I teach about all aspects of vegetable gardening from seed starting to harvesting, as well as provide some tools and ideas to battle garden pests and diseases. I also have a youtube channel with 100,000+ subscribers, with HD videos teaching the same subjects. Dig around... keyword search the vegetable garden topic that interests you most and enjoy! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/ ...
 
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Even as shipping experts warn that delays and shortages are intensifying, Italy, one of the world’s top tomato producers, warns that the harvest may rot in the fields due to a lack of cans. This is a perfect example of how our FOOD PRODUCTION is just as fragile and “Just-in-Time” as the rest of our […]…
 
On today's show, Moyra & Baggs were chatting about whether its right or wrong to wear slippers on the school run, and they chatted to CEO of the Gold Coast Titans, Steve Mitchell, with some exciting news about the NRLW! And Baggs was asking, how far did you go to prove a point? Plus, Moyra & Baggs also chatted to Gold Coast Councilor Hermann Vorste…
 
Our Pride Month celebration continues with a fascinating interview with Isaac Simmons, whose drag persona, Ms. Penny Cost, is bringing an unexpected encounter with the divine to LGBTQ folks and allies across the country. In this episode Isaac talks to Joe and Brandon about how the art form of drag can reclaim religious language within queer spaces …
 
One of my favorites growing up that shows the power of female friendships. The cast is outstanding and the story is timeless. It also helps that you have some great one-liners in there as well. Make sure to stop by Instagram and say hello @NerdGrlMusings Support Nerdgrl Musings by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/nerdgrl…
 
Preserving Tomatoes and Other Food Part 2 Last week on the good earth segment, we talked about which tomatoes are best for passata, and preserving. Margaret's cut tomatoes for grilling. photo M Mossakoska It's time to delve into the world of dehydrating not just your tomatoes, but apples and other abundant fruits in your garden. Why Dehydrate? But …
 
Tomato-planting time is here! In most parts of Vermont, especially the Champlain Valley and Connecticut River Valley, you can plant tomatoes in your gardens and raised beds as soon as this weekend. If you’re in the mountains, wait a bit longer in case of overnight frost. These handy guidelines will get you off and running for early-season tomato ca…
 
Peter Gibbs hosts the horticultural programme featuring a group of gardening experts - Bob Flowerdew, Matthew Pottage and Bunny Guinness - and a virtual audience of green-fingered listeners. This week, our panel answers your questions on temperamental wisteria, planting around a Wendy house, and what you can plant to encourage pollination in your g…
 
Many oil and gas workers come into contact with a fracking byproduct called brine. The gas industry says it’s safe. But is it really? This week on Inside Appalachia, we’ll talk with reporter Justin Nobel, who says some workers are being exposed to dangerous levels of radioactivity, which could be making them, and their families, sick. And, as we he…
 
The WATER WARS have begun: the state is simply turning off the water to farms & ranches, depriving them of water needed to grow food and raise animals. This will create food shortages by design, in order to then point at the massive problem and declare, “It’s global warming! We NEED climate lockdowns! We MUST […]…
 
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage reflects on the experience of the pandemic in new BBC film, A Pandemic Poem: Where Did The World Go? Interspersed with interviews from people across the UK, the poem chronicles the pandemic from the first lockdown to the rollout of the vaccination programme. What one memory would you choose if you had to live it forever…
 
Today on the show we had Polo G stop by where he spoke about Talks New Music, Kicking Drug Habits, Chicago Investments, Juice WRLD Friendship and more. Also, Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to an Ohio Physician who Tried To Prove Vaccinations Give You Magnetic Powers and we opened up the phone lines for our married listeners to see if they are…
 
Christian Westbrook of the Ice Age Farmer broadcast joins James Corbett of the Corbett Report for James’ latest in the #SolutionsWatch series, bringing some fresh ideas on the solutions front (beyond growing food and the five principles of good soil husbandry! 🙂 ). Some people just can’t be reached with new data (“It’s easier to […]…
 
Kathy Clugston hosts the horticultural programme featuring a group of gardening experts. Chris Beardshaw, Christine Walkden and Anne Swithinbank are on hand to answer questions from the virtual audience.This week, the panel tackles questions on a curiously dried out hot border, stubborn peony bushes and thinning out seedlings. Away from the questio…
 
Over Memorial Day weekend, airports across the country reported the highest numbers of people flying in more than a year. As more of us are dreaming once again of flight, we thought this would be a good time to listen back to an episode of Inside Appalachia that originally aired last summer. We’ll hear stories about flight: legendary aviators, figh…
 
PLANT OF THE WEEK Banksia ericifolia and Banksia spinulosa: what's the difference? Scientific Name: Banksia spinulosa Common Name: Hairpin Banksia Family: Proteaceae Plant height: Mostly a multi-stemmed lignotuberous shrub. Varies greatly in height 1 -3 m Position: Full sun, frost hardy including Canberra winter frosts. Leaves:long and narrow, 3-8 …
 
PLANT OF THE WEEK Winter flowering Grevilleas Scientific Name: Grevilliea Common Name: Grevillea Family: Proteaceae There’s a lot to choose from but before you run out to the nursery to buy up all the winter flowering ones for your garden. Let’s look at what conditions Grevilleas need to thrive. Red soil is too heavy for many grevilleas. So if you …
 
PLANT OF THE WEEK Scientific name: Alyogyne heugeli Common Name:Blue Hibiscus or Lilac Hibiscus Family: Malvaceae Flowering: late spring to summer Position: Full sun to part shade. Fertiliser; low phosphorus (P) or native fertiliser only. As in all Hibiscus, the flowers open in the morning and last one day. huegilii is a prolific flowerer-lots of f…
 
PLANT OF THE WEEK Correa glabra and other correas. Scientific name: Correa species- Correa Glabra, Correa reflexa, Correa alba, Correa nummularifolia Common name: Native Fuchsia Family: RutaceaeDistribution: Mainly eastern Australia from southeast South Australia, through Victoria to eastern New South Wales and continues into south-east Queensland;…
 
GINGER AND GALANGAL What's the difference? Are you into Asian cooking? Not with the pre-made pastes but starting from scratch. Even if it’s just a stir fry, you may be wondering about two items you can buy in the supermarket. Both are used in Asian cooking but one is a more reddish brown colour and the other a sort of light brown. Both are rhizomes…
 
SHADY GARDENS Part 4Plants for a Shady Side Passage Often there's one side of the house which is quite neglected because it's cold and not much light gets there, and and as much as you've tried, no plants have survived.It's time to re-look at that side passage, usually the south side of the house, and give it another red hot go.Steve thinks these a…
 
SHADY GARDENDS PART 3 Plants for a Shady Balcony, Porch or Verandah This series is about what you can grow in a shady area around your house or garden. Balconies or verandah’s look better with plants, but what if they’ve got shade for most or a good part of the day? This situation is a bit of a challenge , Steve says he gets customers into his nurs…
 
SHADY GARDENS PART 2What to plant under the shade of trees. Shade trees are great, but what can you plant under them that can cope with the root competition and low levels of sunlight throughout the year. You want something attractive of course and not just a bare area. In one of my shady spots I've attached a birds nest fern (pictured) to the trun…
 
DESIGN ELEMENTSSHADY GARDENS PART 1 This shady garden series is not so much what makes the best shade trees, but what can grow in various types of shade, whether it’s a shady side passage, a shady balcony, or just a shady part of the garden. Do you have some shade in your garden? Perhaps it’s a really shady garden because of neighbouring trees or b…
 
Less than 18 hours after Richard Carrington noticed something screwy on the sun’s surface, chaos erupted. Telegraph operators found their machines literally aflame. The Northern Lights were visible from Cuba. People and plants across the globe became convinced it was daytime. Centuries later, Ben and Noel explore the consequences of the Carrington …
 
Today on the podcast we visit the Black Creek Community Farm in Toronto. The farm is located along the northern boundary of the City of Toronto, in a densely populated neighbourhood where Toronto meets one of its northern suburbs, within walking distance of the Jane and Finch neighbourhood. If you’re from Toronto, you’ll know Jane and Finch — at le…
 
Noel Gallagher discusses his new album Back the Way We Came: Vol 1, a Greatest Hits compilation from a decade of his band High Flying Birds that he formed once Oasis broke up in 2011.In the week that the Football Association has appointed its first ever female chair, playwright Amanda Whittington talks to John Wilson about her play Atalanta Forever…
 
This week we dig into season 2 of Creepshow and very much like what we find. Given that Creepshow is created specifically for middle-aged horror fans, that's not surprising. They know their audience. Next week, we're watching: The Ninth Configuration (Shudder) Caveat (Shudder) The Night (Hulu) Our short is Mute. Watch along and we'll chat atcha soo…
 
Danny Elfman has composed the score for over 100 films including Batman, Men in Black, Edward Scissorhands, as well as writing The Simpsons theme tune. Before he worked in film he was a rock musician in a band called Oingo Boingo, and when the movie industry went into lockdown he used the opportunity to return to his rock roots. He’s just released …
 
Today on the show we had Detroit rapper Icewear Vezzo stop by for the first time where he spoke about finding himself during prison, giving back to his city and more. Also, Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to a 70 year old nun who pleaded guilty embezzling 835k to feed her gambling habit and Angela helped some listeners out during "Ask Yee". Le…
 
This week on Two Dykes and a Mic, hosts Rachel Scanlon and McKenzie Goodwin discuss joining financials with your partner, McKenzie reads a breakup text she was sent, Season 3 of Master Of None, and more! Follow @TwoDykesAndAMic @McKGoodwin @RachelSafety For more exclusive gay content - check out our PATREON https://www.patreon.com/twodykesandamic N…
 
When amateur astronomer Richard Carrington gazed through his telescope on the morning of September 1st, 1859, he noticed something weird about the surface of the sun -- it seemed to have clusters of dark spots. Later historians would recognize this as the earliest observation of a solar flare -- and a little less than 18 hours later, the associated…
 
The artist Ai Weiwei has just unveiled his seven-metre-tall Gilded Cage at Blenheim Palace, a sculpture which addresses the international migrant crisis. He discusses this, as well as the largest exhibition of his work ever staged, in Lisbon, and why he has now made Portugal his home.In the run-up to the awarding of the Women’s Prize for Fiction 20…
 
Today on the show we opened up the phone lines to see if our listeners would take the opportunity to go to space after reports surfaced about Jeff Bezos flying to space on the first crewed flight of the New Shepard, with one seat will be given to the winner of a month-long auction that's currently in progress. Surprisingly many of our listeners opt…
 
Richard Kreps and Robert Smith, UltraGro, both consult with growers in California but are also growers themselves. They help uncover some great strategies for the areas that are most affected by the drought and shortage of surface water delivered and ground water. How are you creating your irrigation schedules this year? Yara's Farm Water Advisor c…
 
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