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Empire

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How do empires rise? Why do they fall? And how have they shaped the world around us today? William Dalrymple and Anita Anand explore the stories, personalities and events of empire over the course of history.
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Unexplainable takes listeners right up to the edge of what we know ... and then keeps right on going. This Vox podcast explores scientific mysteries, unanswered questions, and all the things we learn by diving into the unknown. New episodes every Wednesday.
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Comedians Konstantin Kisin and Francis Foster create honest conversations with fascinating people. New episodes every Sunday and Wednesday. Become a Premium Member to receive exclusive benefits https://triggernometry.supercast.com/
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Handsome

Tig Notaro, Fortune Feimster, Mae Martin

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"Handsome" is a podcast from comedians Tig Notaro, Fortune Feimster, and Mae Martin. Every week, the handsome hosts field a question from a friend and attempt to answer it together, covering every subject you could think of. Along the way, Tig, Fortune and Mae tell plenty of stories and just generally have a ridiculous time.
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History is beautiful, brutal and, often, ridiculous. Join Ben Bowlin and Noel Brown as they dive into some of the weirdest stories from across the span of human civilization in Ridiculous History, a podcast by iHeartRadio.
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Every weekday, host Kai Ryssdal helps you make sense of the day’s business and economic news — no econ degree or finance background required. “Marketplace” takes you beyond the numbers, bringing you context. Our team of reporters all over the world speak with CEOs, policymakers and regular people just trying to get by.
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Today, Explained is Vox's daily news explainer podcast. Hosts Sean Rameswaram and Noel King will guide you through the most important stories of the day. Part of the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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Critical Role

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Three mischievous narrators spin a surreal, reality-bending, sci-fantasy space western about a crotchety outlaw, a struggling cultist, and a diabolical bastard making awful decisions in a world on the edge of disaster.
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Dateline Originals – your podcast destination to discover and binge more than a dozen true crime mini-series told as only Dateline can. Includes award winning series like “The Thing About Pam,” “Mommy Doomsday,” “Motive for Murder” and so many more. Listen to all episodes of Dateline Originals now completely free, or subscribe to Dateline Premium to listen ad-free: DatelinePremium.com
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SHOW NOTES: - Head to our Start Page for all you need to begin! - Join the RECAPtains - Check out the TBR Store - Show credits - Talking to God Podcast FROM TODAY’S RECAP: - Psalm 19:7 BIBLE READING & LISTENING: Follow along on the Bible App, or to listen to the Bible, try Dwell! SOCIALS: The Bible Recap: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter/X | TikTok D…
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Need help with your business' social? Want to grow your brand? Luckily, Gary Vaynerchuk joins the show today to speak about the social media economy, his advice for a successful social ad campaign, branding in 2024 for creators, small and large businesses alike and of course his new book Day Trading Attention, out May 21st. Join our host Jon Weigel…
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Understanding University Application Deadlines By Ben Worthington, founder and manager of IELTSpodcast.com, expert IELTS tutor with over 12 years of experience, helping thousands of students annually to achieve a Band 7 or higher. Welcome to our podcast where we unravel the often complicated timeline for submitting your university application. Toda…
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Israel's opposition leader Benny Gantz has given the government three weeks to come up with a post-war plan for Gaza, or his party will quit the war coalition. He said the six-point action plan should include an internationally administered Gaza Strip. Also in the programme: the man charged with attempting to murder Slovakia's prime minister appear…
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Usar el internet es bueno para la salud, OpenAI presenta su GPT-4o, y Bumble apuesta a mejorar tus citas usando inteligencia artificial. MP3 Puedes SUSCRIBIRTE AQUÍ. Temas: -Europa cuestiona el impacto de Meta en menores de edad -Netflix apuesta más a la publicidad -Usar el internet es bueno para tu salud -OpenAI presentó su GPT-4o -Bumble apuesta …
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Supported by China, armed by North Korea and Iran, Putin tightens his anti-America alliance. A former NATO chief says the West should make sure Ukraine doesn’t just hang on, but win the war. Plus, caught between Russia and the West, the president of Georgia says Putin is using Soviet-era subterfuge to pull her country back into the Kremlin’s orbit.…
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Today the Ford GT40 is one of the world's most iconic vehicles -- but this award winning automotive beast is, it turns out, the result of a serious grudge match. Join Ben, Noel and the gang as they delve into the strange, spiteful history of the Ford GT40 in today's Classic episode. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Max Pearson presents a collection of this week’s Witness History episodes from the BBC World Service. This week, we hear how nuclear testing changed politics in French Polynesia. Plus, the story of how the FBI caught Ana Montes, the spy known as the ‘Queen of Cuba’. We also talk to Jewish and Palestinian people about the moment the state of Israel …
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 40,000 for the first time on Friday. As we say regularly on this show, the stock market is not the economy. But it can still be a good indicator of how some folks are feeling about the state of the economy. Also in this episode: Competition for small-business spending heats up, EV sales take a dip, and …
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Prayer and meditation are key features of religious and spiritual practices around the world, suggesting they’re intimately linked to the human condition. But what is going on in the brain during prayer? And is praying beneficial for our mental health? CrowdScience listener Hilary is keen to find answers to such questions. She’s a counsellor with a…
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Vox senior correspondent Constance Grady went inside the seedy underbelly of online self-publishing and lived to tell the tale. This episode was produced by Amanda Lewellyn with help from Peter Balonon-Rosen, edited by Amina Al-Sadi, fact-checked by Laura Bullard, engineered by Rob Byers with help from Andrea Kristinsdottir, and hosted by Noel King…
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Donald Trump’s former secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, tells Ukrainecast what his old boss really thinks about Ukraine, and what another Trump presidency could mean for the war. He also talks about whether he’d take another top job in the White House. Today’s episode is presented by Victoria Derbyshire and Vitaly Shevchenko. It was made by Chris Fl…
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In 2001, the American Ana Montes, who was working for the United States Defense Intelligence Agency was arrested for espionage. Although the FBI knew that there was a spy they didn't know who it was. The Cubans always referred to Ana by a man's name. Former FBI agent, Pete Lapp, tells Gill Kearsley the fascinating story of how he and his team track…
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Stephen Sackur is in Helsinki to speak to the President of Finland Alexander Stubb. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine prompted Finland to take the strategically significant step of joining Nato. But is it wise for Finland to pick sides in the deepening conflict between Russia and the west?By BBC World Service
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In this episode, Greg Jenner is joined by Professor Noliwe Rooks and comedian Athena Kugblenu to learn all about the life and business savvy of 19th-century Black American haircare entrepreneur Madam C. J. Walker. After working as a sales agent for another haircare brand, Walker founded her own company, selling products to help Black women look aft…
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In literature and film, night trains are the setting for intrigue and romance, espionage and sudden death. And in real life too they’re places of possibility and the expectation of new adventures. Writer Horatio Clare boards a train to Vienna for a night-time journey across Europe… and into the archive, aboard night trains of decades past. His jour…
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The science of inhumanity. Get listener benefits (early bird releases, bonus episodes, ad-free listening at Supporting Cast: https://humanmonsters.supportingcast.fm The Leader One Studios/Human Monsters Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/leaderone HUMO merch available here: https://leader-one-studios-shop.fourthwall.com/products/human-monsters-unisex…
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This is only the first part of Episode 162, for full two hour show and all past shows subscribe to muh Gumroad: https://bronzeagepervert.gumroad.com/l/BronzeAgePervert I talk about the conservative movement in America and its focus on abstractions, what defines a nation or a people, the debate over "universalism" versus "particularism" and Leo Stra…
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They were the best northern and southern lights in decades, but why? And what’s next? We hear from astrophysicist Steph Yardley about the solar maximum, geomagnetic storms and atmospheric spectaculars. Also, the impossible heatwave in the Philippines made possible by global warming – the analysis of a continent-spanning climate extreme by the World…
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The work of composer and conductor John Adams blends the rhythmic vitality of Minimalism with late-Romantic orchestral harmonies. He emerged alongside Philip Glass, Steve Reich and other musical minimalists in the early 1970s, and his reputation grew with symphonic work and operas that tackle recent history including Nixon In China, the Death Of Kl…
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As a bonus, we’re giving you a special preview clip of today’s premiere episode of our new podcast series, Dateline: True Crime Weekly. Every Thursday Andrea Canning and her guests dive into the biggest crime stories of the week, bringing you the latest on trials and investigations around the country. Listen to the full episode now, wherever you ge…
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Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Napoleon Bonaparte's temporary return to power in France in 1815, following his escape from exile on Elba . He arrived with fewer than a thousand men, yet three weeks later he had displaced Louis XVIII and taken charge of an army as large as any that the Allied Powers could muster individually. He saw that his best c…
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Historically, Turkey has always had a strong women’s rights movement, stemming from the days of the Ottoman Empire through to the emergence of the Republic of Turkey into the present day. At the top of the movement’s agenda now is the fight to protect women against violence from men. It’s three years since Turkey pulled out of the Istanbul Conventi…
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Last week the founder of the dating app Bumble forecasted a near future dating landscape where AI ‘dating concierges’ filter out prospective partners for us. But does AI, or even science, really understand what makes two people compatible? Madeleine Finlay speaks to Amie Gordon, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, to fi…
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One of the most famous names in American history, Pocahontas had an extraordinary life. She was the daughter of Powhatan, a great Native American chief, and was born in Werowocomoco, in what we’d now call Virginia. From a young age, she mixed with the initial English settlers and spent time in the first European settlement in America, Jamestown. Bu…
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APPLY to Ralston College’s Summer Latin Program at https://www.ralston.ac/latin-program. Worldwide applications close on 31 May. Alan Dershowitz is an American lawyer and law professor who taught at Harvard Law School for just under 50 years. He served as the appellate adviser on the murder trial of O. J. Simpson, forming part of the legal "Dream T…
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Martin hears your ‘money-festo’ ideas – if you could change one consumer law or rule, what would it be – and why? He and Nihal are joined by former government adviser and policy expert Polly MacKenzie – to assess how practical the suggestions are – as our very own “Polly-filter”. Could we regulate shrinkflation, give parents that chance to book ter…
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Chatted with John Schulman (cofounded OpenAI and led ChatGPT creation) on how posttraining tames the shoggoth, and the nature of the progress to come... Watch on YouTube. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any other podcast platform. Read the full transcript here. Follow me on Twitter for updates on future episodes. Timestamps (00:00:00) - Pre-t…
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Life is a cabaret, old chum. Midst is an audio drama in which three mischievous narrators spin a surreal, reality-bending, sci-fantasy space western about a crotchety outlaw, a struggling cultist, and a diabolical bastard making awful decisions in a world on the edge of disaster. To unlock more episodes, have an ad-free experience, and access rich …
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We know the universe is rapidly expanding but what happens if other galaxies disappear from view? That’s what Eric Idle wants to know as he ponders the future and what it holds in store. Solar scientist Lucie Green says this is not worth dwelling on because we’ll all be wiped out by an asteroid at some point anyway, which leads to a discussion abou…
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From blood transfusions to enzyme boosters, our friends at Science Vs dive into the latest research on the search for the fountain of youth. For show transcripts, go to vox.com/unxtranscripts For more, go to vox.com/unexplainable And please email us! unexplainable@vox.com We read every email. Support Unexplainable by making a financial contribution…
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In this episode of Haunted Cosmos, Brian and Ben conclude their study of the enigmatic and spooky Sally House in Atchison, KS. Want to keep nefarious fairy Bigfoots away and also avoid icky seed oils, preservatives, artificial colorants, and other nasties in your daily shower routine? Then check out the vast array of homemade soaps from our friends…
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Today, Princess Weekes takes us to meet the real Rosa Parks. Find Princess on YouTube: Princess’ video, “The 1920s Sex Scandal You’ve Never Heard of” Support You're Wrong About: Bonus Episodes on Patreon Buy cute merch Where else to find us: Sarah's other show: You Are Good [YWA co-founder] Mike's other show: Maintenance Phase Links: https://youtub…
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The hilarious Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad) asks Handsome a surprisingly deep question about... colors! Plus pizza fights, love advice, and romantic baby talk! Handsome is hosted by Tig Notaro, Mae Martin, and Fortune Feimster Follow us on social media: @handsomepod Merch: handsomepod.com Watch on youtube: youtube.com/@handsomepod E…
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In the first half of the 19th century, there was a single murder that, having ensnared the English countryside in a web of scandal, permeated throughout society and popular culture for decades after its conclusion. Having all the elements of a story written as a gothic thriller, theso-named Red Barn murder sparked a year-long mystery, culminating i…
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Dr Julia Ravey and Dr Ella Hubber both have a love of science, but it turns out there’s a lot they don’t know about some of the leading women at the front of the inventing game. In Unstoppable, Dr Julia and Dr Ella tell each other the hidden, world-shaping stories of the engineers, innovators and inventors they wish they’d known about when they wer…
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“Inflammation really becomes chronic once it's persisted for several months, but it can persist for much longer than that.” —Peter Attia The post #301 – AMA #59: Inflammation: its impact on aging and disease risk, and how to identify, prevent, and reduce it appeared first on Peter Attia.By Peter Attia
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When a 15-year-old girl vanishes on her way home from a friend’s quinceañera rehearsal in 1998, a California community holds its breath and hopes it’s a one-off. But when other young women in the community are targeted one by one, investigators have to ask if there’s a serial killer in their midst. If you have any information about any of the cases…
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Charles Drew, an American doctor, led the creation and use of blood banks, saving countless lives both in war and in peacetime. But while he worked around the clock to save lives, he would be dragged into a battle on a different front: the battle for civil rights and racial equality in the United States. Helena Bonham Carter shines a light on extra…
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Mistaken for a terrorist, and detained without trial. Art became his refuge. Pakistani taxi driver Ahmed Rabbani was arrested in 2002, labelled a terrorist and spent 21 years in US detention, including time in a CIA secret prison. Incarcerated without trial or charge, Ahmed was subject to enhanced interrogation, or what he describes as 62 different…
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Since the release of CounterClock Season 1, Delia has received hundreds of requests from families of victims of violent crime. In November 2022, one message in her inbox stood out from the rest. It was from a middle-aged woman asking for Delia's help investigating the mysterious death of her 27-year-old brother from 1991. The message stood out for …
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The first of a series on decarbonizing the roots of value chains, where we’re looking deep into supply chains that serve many industries, this episode focuses on concrete. Concrete is one of the world’s most popular materials, and it accounts for nearly 8% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, most of which comes from cement– the glue that binds…
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