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Two women, from opposite sides of the Atlantic, talk about murder, mystery and the macabre. This is your international true crime podcast, hosted by Annie and Johanna. Annie, who lives with her husband in an old haunted house near Salem, Massachusetts, loves dogs, reading, knitting and talking about terrible, terrible things. Johanna lives in Vienna, Austria with her husband, one beagle and a real dog. She loves The Beach Boys, movie marathons and fun facts about serial killers. Their idea o ...
 
Be warned! Clairvoyant, medium and psychic Clinton Baptiste, best known from C4's "Peter Kay's Phoenix Nights" takes you on a spiritual journey beyond the Celestial Curtain....Join him and his special guests from the world of the occult, the supernatural, and general ghostly areas.Seances, exorcisms and hauntings are up for discussion as Clinton helps callers and studio guests with advice gleaned .......from The Other Side. Not for the faint hearted. Clinton appears with kind permission of G ...
 
Layover Talks is the company culture podcast showcasing Butchershop's greatest asset - its people. From San Francisco to Guadalajara to Vienna, we share honest conversations to offer insights to companies and professionals on how they might grow and transform their own workplace culture.
 
The Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) is a non-university research institution registered as an association and predominantly financed by public funds. Founded in 1953, the Vienna-based institute carries out fundamental research and mediation work with a regional focus on Central, East and South East Europe. We are a think tank and a platform for actors and stakeholders from academia, politics, economy, administration, culture, media and civil society. In addition to r ...
 
Be Your Own Manager is a career podcast for classical musicians from the former CEO and Artistic Director of the Vienna Concert House, Bernhard Kerres. Learn how to win your next engagement, how to build up a fan base, and how to market yourself. The podcast is an extension to the career handbook for classical musicians, Be Your Own Manager, which Bernhard co-authored with Bettina Mehne. More about the podcast, the book, and regular courses on www.beyourownmanager.com. Thanks for listening!
 
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Ridiculous Danger

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When reporter Peter Sommers returns to his grandparents' farm in the wake of their death, he uncovers a horrifying mystery that challenges everything he knows about his family, his sanity and reality itself. Created by bestselling author David Vienna, Barren is presented by Ridiculous Danger. #BarrenPodcast
 
Learnings from starting anding growing a tour business. Focus: Marketing, Branding, Distribution, Growth and Franchise. I am the co-founder of Instant Tours, Polaroid sightseeing tours with vintage Polaroid cameras. Founded in Vienna in 2013. Now in Vienna, Graz, Salzburg. Athens, Barcelona, Florence, Hong Kong, Paris, Rome, Warsaw and Washington DC. Cover art photo provided by Marc Mueller on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@seven11nash
 
DJ Shakil's musical journey started from Bangladesh in 2008. Now residing in Vienna, Austria, he continues that journey. He has already played at some of the well known clubs in Austria including Club Prater Dome, Club Roat Angel, Flex (One of the Biggest Underground Club in Vienna).
 
Yes, in Vienna, Virginia they grow huge trees! Vienna Landscaping and Tree Service have a great reputation for providing both landscaping and complete tree services to businesses and homeowners. We offer a variety of special services including tree removal and tree trimming for the largest trees in the tiniest of areas. We avoid damaging your property by using tree climbing and boom trucks for those hard-to-reach branches and limbs. Save both money and time when using our professional landsc ...
 
Narcissist Apocalypse gives a voice to survivors of domestic violence, toxic relationships, narcissistic abuse, sociopath abuse, sexual abuse, child abuse, emotional abuse, financial abuse, & psychopath abuse. Our host, Brandon Chadwick, talks with survivors about growing up in dysfunctional families, codependency, fear, obligation, guilt, bullying, infidelity, betrayal trauma, fraud, intimate partner violence, narcissism, liars, neglect, healing, and more. For survivors, we guarantee you'll ...
 
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The performance podcast from the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. Streamed live to a phone, played back on headphones and recorded with in-ear microphones at a street corner in front of the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. In the end no one really knows whats going on anymore in the end but we think it is rather good. Produced by Benjamin Tomasi. This podcast features binaural recordings, which sound best through headphones. http://www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at
 
Stories from the life of Camilo 'Caminante' Antonio. Storytelling instigated by a chance meeting with fellow writer, James Berrell in the heart of Vienna's city centre. Antonio, born in the Philippines now a naturalised Austrian, tells stories of identity and belonging. He takes us on a journey through his life as an activist, a writer, a student, and educates us in the process.
 
Vienna (Austria) based DJ Patrick Dudek aka Pacid Dee, started when he got his first pair of technics back in 1989. 1992 he met the founder of Futureclub Austria-Bookings. Patrick became a member and played at the local rave and club scene as well as abroad back in the day as a Futureclub/Artist. Patrick has not stopped mixing ever since, still play regularly at clubs and private parties. With more than over 25 years of experience in the electronic music scene he never lost his passion for t ...
 
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IAEA Talk is a podcast that features scientists and experts discussing issues related to nuclear science and its peaceful applications. Based in Vienna, the IAEA works for the safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. Its key roles contribute to international peace and security, and to the World's Millennium Goals for social, economic and environmental development.
 
Ben Dietderich hosts the award-winning Radio Free Hillsdale show, American View, where the most prominent leaders and ordinary citizens of America join Ben to discuss the biggest issues facing the nation. Growing up in Europe, Ben knows socialism's faults all too well. Listen as he puts leftism to the test and most importantly, offers an alternative.
 
Saint Athanasius Lutheran Church in Vienna, Virginia is a parish in the one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church and a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Worship at St. Athanasius is according to the history Liturgy of the Church. Services at St. Athanasius are not designed for entertainment or sensation, but to prepare broken repentant sinners to receive these gifts of Word and Sacrament, and to know the truth of the incomparable riches of the grace showered on us by our gracious ...
 
Published in 1914, this novel tells the story of Harmony Wells, an innocent and beautiful American in Austria to study violin. Harmony has talent and she dreams of a career in music. After her friends run out of money and return to the States, Harmony stays on in hopes of earning enough money to continue her lessons. Along the way, she meets Peter Byrne, an American doctor in Vienna following his dream to study surgery. Peter is already watching over an orphan boy in a local hospital and now ...
 
Society needs music, especially in challenging times. This podcast is made by a collective of outstanding classical musicians from around the world. Your host is the Serbian pianist, Marija Andjic, living in Vienna. She introduces her friends and colleagues she met in the Be Your Own Manager Community, which was founded by Bernhard Kerres. The podcast and the community were created during the COVID19 pandemic.
 
Pikkal & Co is a B2B Podcast Agency with podcast production partner studios in Atlanta, Bangalore, Barcelona, Brisbane, Dubai, Dublin, Helsinki, London, Manchester, Mumbai, New Delhi, New York, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Toronto, Vienna, Washington DC and Zagreb. We provide end-to-end project management of B2B Podcasts for Enterprises Governments and Individuals. We also manage Webinars and Live Online Events to help clients acquire and influence connections. We can produce podcast shows ...
 
The Ten-Twenty brings insights into international relations through interviews with researchers and experts in the field. The Ten-Twenty is created and produced by the International Relations Department at Webster Vienna Private University. The music used in The Ten-Twenty is Lee Rosevere's "Let's Start at the Beginning," which can be found at http://happypuppyrecords.ca.
 
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From the Top is a podcast from IG HOP, a swing dance collective based in Vienna, Austria. It looks at the big issues in contemporary swing dance culture. Researched, produced and presented by a dedicated team, it brings you the best expertise and knowledge from around the world. Feel free to contact us with comments and questions at contact@ighop.at or on Facebook.
 
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The Vienna Tourist Board has just opened an account on OnlyFans, saying that the platform, mainly known for adult content, remained the only place where nude artworks from the city’s museums could get “the freedom they deserve.” The Austrian capital is “home to some of the world’s most famous artworks, many containing nudity. The most prominent soc…
 
The Lion of Vienna Suite team have combined once again to bring you the finest minds in all of sports podcasting. Especially now Tom is too busy. Covering the weird, wild and wonderful world that Bolton Wanderers exists within, your double vaccinated and double sexy hosts talk everything relating to the Super Whites throughout their somewhat up-and…
 
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh spoke to FRANCE 24 on the sidelines of the Normandy World Peace Forum. The diplomat reiterated that Tehran was ready to resume talks with world powers on Iran's nuclear programme soon, but cautioned that "details" and "issues" needed to be reviewed beforehand. The biggest issue, in his view, is th…
 
EPISODE 72: Listen to our preview to get some background on the away team, Rapid Vienna. Guest Co-Host Ted Lipowicz (@ted_lipowicz) and Wayne (@WESTHAMISWHYpod) talk everything including injuries, tactics, and predictions. Plus, as a bonus you hear a New Song for West Ham United in Europa League! So you get a preview and can sing & laugh too! #Chee…
 
Brandon talks with Vienna about the top 50 signs of verbal manipulation by a narcissist or abuser. We go into depth on 50 different verbal manipulation tactics of domestic violence with examples, tips, and much more. It's an informative and fun episode. Thank you to our sponsor BETTERHELP. If you need online counseling from anywhere in the world, p…
 
Poland joined the EU to protect its sovereignty, but its idea of the bloc clashes with that of the original members, political columnist Mary Dejevsky told RT. But, she says, despite the rule-of-law row Warsaw's exit is unlikely. The bitter row between the EU and Poland, revolving around the country's rule of law in general and the disciplinary cha…
 
An armed gang that kidnapped 17 members of a US missionary group in Haiti last week are demanding $1 million each for their release, the Haitian justice minister told US media, adding that five children were among those abducted. Over the weekend, the kidnappers contacted Christian Aid Ministries – an Ohio-based missionary group whose members were …
 
Ontario’s Premier Doug Ford has refused to apologize amid backlash over “demeaning” and “racist” comments about immigrants, having told Canada’s newcomers “go somewhere else” if they plan to “collect the dole and sit around.” The premier made the controversial remarks during a press conference on Monday, where he spoke about the “desperate” labor s…
 
Ecuador’s President Guillermo Lasso has declared a state of emergency and ordered the armed forces to join law enforcement operations on the streets as the country struggles to combat escalating drug-related violence. “Starting immediately, our armed forces and police will be felt with force in the streets because we are decreeing a state of emerge…
 
Covid-19 has claimed one life every five minutes in Romania during October, official data indicates, as the country’s inoculation campaign lags and hospitals are inundated with coronavirus patients. On Tuesday, the Eastern European nation reported its highest Covid daily infections, surpassing 18,800, as well as a record single-day high of 574 deat…
 
A Czech Senate commission has approved the redistribution of President Milos Zeman’s duties to a number of other top officials. He was rushed to hospital after his ally, Prime Minister Andrej Babis, lost the election. Zeman remains at the Central Military Hospital and is not capable of exercising his mostly ceremonial functions, according to the sp…
 
Czech police have opened an investigation into whether President Milos Zeman’s aides committed a crime by not telling other officials or the public that the country’s leader was not fit to carry out his duties. On Tuesday, Czech police said they would open a probe into whether Zeman’s aides committed a crime, citing information that the president’s…
 
A Japanese man who removed mandatory censorship from pornography using artificial intelligence and resold the images was arrested on Monday for violating laws on copyright and obscenity. 43-year-old Masayuki Nakamoto reportedly made roughly 11 million yen, or nearly $100,000, by using an AI technique similar to ‘deepfakes’ which replaced the blurre…
 
Poland’s prime minister has announced that his government will dissolve the disciplinary chamber of the country’s Supreme Court after the EU condemned the chamber for threatening the “unity of the European legal order.” Speaking to EU officials at the European Parliament, Polish leader Mateusz Morawiecki accepted that the chamber “did not meet our …
 
Ten thousand Yemeni children have been killed or injured since a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia intervened in March 2015 after an Iran-aligned group ousted the government, the United Nations children's agency UNICEF said. Speaking on Tuesday to a UN briefing in Geneva, the agency's spokesperson James Elder shared the "shameful milestone," r…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has claimed the US is hyping up talk of China’s hypersonic technology after a recent missile test so it can justify its own military expansion and further its hegemony. Speaking on Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said Beijing firmly opposed the US continuously exaggerating the “China threat theor…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has issued a warning aimed at Washington, calling on the US not to push its own form of democracy on other nations or split the international community by excluding countries from its upcoming summit. Speaking at a regular press briefing on Tuesday, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said that nations around…
 
Bangladeshi police have arrested 450 people following attacks against Hindus in the Muslim-majority country in some of the worst unrest in over a decade, which has seen Hindu religious sites vandalized and homes destroyed. Authorities logged 71 cases linked to violence during the major Hindu festival of Durga Puja across different parts of Banglade…
 
Spooked by impending reports of revelations from leaked papers, the embattled company has accused journalists of orchestrating a ‘gotcha’ campaign against it, and claims they are misrepresenting its actions. Facebook has been in hot water in recent weeks, after former employee Frances Haugen blew the whistle and lambasted the company for not doing …
 
A group who survived a mass canola oil poisoning 40 years ago have been removed by police after occupying Madrid's El Prado museum, having threatened to end their lives if the government ignores calls to help the victims. Protesters had occupied the Madrid museum, stating that in “six hours” they would “start ingesting the pills” if government offi…
 
The European Commission president has warned that Poland will face penalties for its move to make EU law subordinate to national law, after a Warsaw court backed the government’s defiance of Brussels’ supremacy. Speaking to the European Parliament in Strasbourg on Tuesday, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said there were three opt…
 
A fresh outbreak of Covid has been recorded in China. One new infected person has been found in Beijing, while the most recent cases, in an Inner Mongolia city, led authorities to impose a lockdown on its 76,000 residents. Beijing has become the latest city to report a fresh coronavirus case. On Tuesday, officials there said they had identified one…
 
Turkish prosecutors have ordered the arrest of 158 suspects, including 33 active-duty soldiers, with alleged links to Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, accused by Ankara of being behind the unsuccessful 2016 coup attempt. The investigations, carried out by the İzmir Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office, spanned 41 provinces, state-owned Anadolu agency sai…
 
New Zealand has recorded its highest-ever daily Covid-19 infection count with just shy of 100 new local cases, despite over 80% of citizens having had at least one vaccine dose. Officials have blamed the spike on rule-breakers. The nation’s remaining hopes of achieving ‘zero Covid’ have shown no signs of coming any closer to reality, as Tuesday saw…
 
EPISODE 76: John Branson and Wayne do some horizontal thinking in this episode for all to enjoy. We open with What Was That and review the Everton match giving our "top shelf" and "dregs of the barrel!" Some Social Shenanigans sees the likes of South Bank Legends Jean and Mary mentioned, along with Aaron Cresswell and Football Galaxy! Then it's ont…
 
Pyongyang has reportedly carried out another weapons test, with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida saying that the reclusive nation launched two ballistic missiles on Tuesday, as cited by Reuters. The reported missile test took place around 10:17am local time on Tuesday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff reported. The South Korean military sai…
 
Clinton begins to be plagued by some nutjob called Gary Howarth who seems hell-bent on hijacking Clinton’s Zoom account. God knows how you do that, but the kids will know. ‘Zoom Bombing’ I believe it’s called. Ruth is proving to be a right pain so Clinton tries to offload her onto Raj, his local newsagent. Clinton is thrilled to be speaking to his …
 
Upset at Telegram over the “insane garbage” someone impersonating him was posting, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden complained on Twitter, only to be answered by CEO Pavel Durov, who cleared the problem up within minutes. Telegram “knows” he doesn’t have an account, Snowden tweeted on Sunday, complaining about an impostor account named ‘Official_Ed…
 
Google clamped down on Timnit Gebru, the former co-lead of ethical AI team, because she not only revealed bias in its large language models, but also called for structural changes in the AI field, Gebru told ‘Going Underground.’ Dr. Gebru was the first black female research scientist at Google, and her controversial parting with the tech giant made…
 
The world order is unjust and dominated by a “handful of countries” that won the Second World War, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told the parliament of Angola, kicking off a four-day diplomatic blitz in Africa. Erdogan landed in Luanda on Monday for a meeting with the president of Angola, Joao Lourenco, and a speech to the south Africa…
 
Police in northeastern Italy deployed tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters staging a sit-in at Trieste port in opposition to the introduction of the country’s ‘Green Pass’ Covid health document. The Italian government approved a law in September requiring all workers to show a Covid Green Pass, which provides proof of their vaccination …
 
The speaker of the Czech upper house has said that the country’s president Milos Zeman is unable to carry out his duties, having spent a week in intensive care, and is unlikely to return to office in the coming weeks. Speaking on Monday, Senate speaker Milos Vystrcil told reporters that he had been informed by medics that there was only a small cha…
 
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has approved two additional manufacturing sites for the production of Pfizer-BioNTech’s Covid vaccine, as well as a new formula, as it considers rolling out the shots for those aged five to 11. In a statement issued on Monday, the EU’s drug regulator revealed that its human medicines committee (CHMP) has given it…
 
Poland’s prime minister has penned a letter to the European Union warning that the bloc is at risk of becoming a “centrally managed organism, run by institutions deprived of democratic control”. PM Mateusz Morawiecki on Monday wrote to EU leaders, institutions and member state governments claiming that “unfortunately, today we are dealing with a ve…
 
Having shipped at least a billion jabs since the global rollout began in December 2020, the bloc has been the biggest exporter of Covid vaccines, European Commission (EC) president Ursula von der Leyen has announced. Delivering a statement on Monday, von der Leyen outlined the scale of the EU’s Covid vaccine distribution scheme. It has so far shipp…
 
The trial of two suspects in the murder of Dutch crime reporter Peter Rudolf de Vries, who was gunned down in broad daylight in July, has opened in an Amsterdam court. De Vries died from his injuries nine days after the attack. On Monday, the two suspects – a Dutchman in his early 20s and a 35-year-old Polish national alleged to be the getaway driv…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has reiterated its opposition to Japan’s decision to release nuclear wastewater from the Fukushima power plant into the ocean, after Tokyo’s new leader said the discharge could wait no longer. Speaking on Monday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian took aim at Japan’s new prime minister, Fumio Kishida, who vi…
 
The Chinese foreign ministry has confirmed reports that it tested hypersonic rocket technology in August, stating that the trial marked a great leap forward for the peaceful exploration of space for the benefit of humanity. Speaking during a regular press briefing on Monday, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian was asked to comment on a r…
 
Facebook has announced a massive recruitment drive in the EU, with plans to hire 10,000 people in the next five years to help build its ‘metaverse,’ an interconnected virtual world where people would play, work and shop. “As we begin the journey of bringing the metaverse to life, the need for highly specialized engineers is one of Facebook’s most p…
 
Brandon talks with Ethel about her physically abusive relationship with a violent narcissist who used their PTSD as an excuse for everything. It’s a story of victim playing, infidelity, guilt, shame, emotional abuse, and the power of persuasion. Plus they discuss, people pleasing, care taking, failure, body issues, mirroring, gaslighting, future fa…
 
Beijing has delivered a “blow to the US' mentality of strategic superiority,” according to a Global Times editorial, which neither confirmed nor denied claims that China tested a hypersonic missile, catching US spies by surprise. The news of a hypersonic missile test was unveiled by the Financial Times in a bombshell report, citing five unnamed sou…
 
The Chinese military has blasted the US and Canada for sending their warships through the Taiwan Strait, claiming such stunts jeopardize regional stability, after Beijing itself staged beach war drills in a nearby province. American Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS 'Dewey' and Canadian frigate HMCS 'Winnipeg' both sailed through the…
 
A mistake during an engine test of the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft led to the International Space Station (ISS) accidentally rotating 57 degrees earlier this week, with the video of the orbital incident now being available online. The footage from NASA’s broadcast on Friday captured the ISS changing its position towards the Earth quite significantly, pr…
 
At least three people have been killed and seven others injured after a 4.8 magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia's tourist island of Bali just before dawn on Saturday, the country's search and rescue agency has said. It was mainly felt in the Karangasem and Bangli districts on the east side of the island, causing people to flee their homes in pani…
 
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