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Fabulously Delicious The French Food Podcast is a deliciously entertaining culinary journey of France. Do you know the difference between a macaron, a macaroon, and Macron? Why is a croissant shaped like a crescent? Is a beef bourguignon made with wine from another region a beef bourguignon? Who are the mothers of French cuisine? Ever wondered who invented haute cuisine? Well if you've asked yourself any of these questions then this is the podcast for you. Join your host Andrew Prior a passi ...
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A horror comedy actual play podcast. Enjoy original music, hardcore nerdery, and madness. Starring Chris French, Danny Deluca, Andrew Collins-Anderson, Chris Thiel, Jake Vega, Morgan Just and Jared Witkofsky. Theme song by Pressure Highway and original series music by Jordan Fickel. Published by arrangement with the Delta Green Partnership. The intellectual property known as Delta Green is a trademark and copyright owned by the Delta Green Partnership, who has licensed its use here. The cont ...
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Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog. Classic literature, obscure plays, goofy childen’s books: they'll read it all, one overdue book at a time.
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Our top chefs, as you’ve never heard them before. Author Andrew Friedman, one of the nation's chief chroniclers of professional kitchen life, interviews a diverse cross-section of the best and biggest names in the business, bringing his personal relationships and industry knowledge to bear in coaxing personal and professional revelations from his guests.
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Distillers Talk

Christi Atkinson and Alan Bishop

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Distillers Talk is hosted by Alan Bishop of Spirits of French Lick and Christi Atkinson. Tune in for exclusive interviews with distillers and industry experts sharing their collective knowledge.
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Grit Daily Startup Show

Phillip Lanos, Jordan French

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Grit Daily Startup Show podcast host Phillip Lanos dives into the world of startups to talk startups conception, funding, scale-ups, and exits. Interviews run across all industries with entrepreneurs sharing their best decisions, mistakes to avoid, and wildest entrepreneurial stories. With single-guest entrepreneur and multi-guest formats. Guest hosts include Spencer Hulse, Peter Page, and Jordan French.
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Fields Church is a local, UK based church with a global vision. This vision is simple: Heart for God, heart for people. Our mission is to demonstrate Gods love to people, drawing them in and growing them up in their faith. And this is our podcast, where you can hear inspiring messages and teaching that will strengthen, encourage you and draw you closer to Jesus every day. For more information or to get in touch, visit fieldschurch.uk
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Christian rock has long been the target of jokes, but the effect it had on evangelical kids in the 80s, 90s and early 2000s is worth serious consideration. We’re looking at personal stories from people who grew up listening to CCM. Expect hilarious moments and heartfelt yearning in equal measure. If you’ve had any experience with Christian music, we hope your own story makes more sense to you after listening. If you’ve never given Christian music any thought beyond a punchline, we hope you’l ...
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Growing With Druski

Andrew "Druski" Hatcher Jr

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Growing with Druski is a podcast that brings out Las Vegas locals who own and operate their own businesses, artist, and more to come and tell their stories about how they got into what they are into, what they have learned, and the knowledge they can spread to the masses. In every episode there is a lesson, will you take heed to the lesson? Hopefully, you will be tuned into Season 4 of Growing With Druski!
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The least consequential news from around the world from the least informed minds in Australia. Andrew, Theo, Lucy and Ben bring you the week's stories that conveniently fit into one of their countless, concerningly specific segments. Keep up with the latest news from Nature Corner, Paging Dr. Lucy, Planely Speaking, Omens and Portents, The Hole Report and many, many more. • Find out more at https://www.boontavista.com • Subscribe for weekly bonus episodes at https://www.patreon.com/BoontaVis ...
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I am French with Karen French is a podcast where I talk to other immigrants/expats who have moved to France (I moved from London to rural France in 2014). I have honest and open conversations about the joys and challenges of what it's really like to move to France and build a life here. Do you live in France? Have you always wanted to live in France? Are you a die-hard Francophile? Then grab a coffee and a croissant and have a listen. This podcast is for you!
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The CUSP Show

Columbia Sports Management

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On the Columbia University Sports Management Podcast ('The CUSP Show'), faculty members Joe Favorito and Tom Richardson host thought leaders from across the sports industry as they discuss a wide array of topics. The show is produced by the Columbia University Sports Management program's staff.
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Join Andrew “Kappy” Kaplan as he sits down in-person with the world’s culinary elite to explore their journey into the food industry and the social impact they have made in their community. Every episode will share inspiring stories of what it means to be in today’s hospitality industry.
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Join Best Selling Author Drew Hannush as he talks with the founders, distillers, authors, historians, and brand ambassadors that lead us to a greater understanding of the whiskies we love - and the ones we should know more about. Drew not only explores the history of bourbon, scotch, rye, and other world whiskies, he seeks to broaden our understanding of styles, regions, and the distiller's craft through deep dives with those in the know. Each episode is meant to be as pertinent today as it ...
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The Language Mastery Show brings you conversations with the world's best language learners. Get an inside look at how polyglots, linguists, and everyday people master languages the smart way, and how YOU can, too. I'm your host, John Fotheringham, a linguist, teacher, and the author of Master Japanese and Master Mandarin. For more language learning tips, tools, and immersion resources, visit LanguageMastery.com.
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Ithaca Bound

Ithacabound.com

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Ithaca Bound was a podcast hosted by Andrew Schiestel that explored history and mythology in the Mediterranean Basin. From March 22, 2021 to January 21, 2022, 188 episodes were published.
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Clean Plate Club

Andrew "Kappy" Kaplan

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Clean Plate Club is for kids and grown-ups, encouraging everyone to get excited about cooking. It’s like storytime…but with recipes. Listen along as we share delicious dishes and tasty treats from chefs and celebrities who cook at home with their kids. Targeted for children ages 3-103, Clean Plate Club is a way to get your littles involved in the kitchen and excited to eat the food they create! The podcast is narrated by Andrew “Kappy” Kaplan, a trained chef, dad of twins, and host of the po ...
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Anecdotally Speaking

Shawn Callahan & Mark Schenk

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Welcome to our podcast, Anecdotally Speaking. Each week we tell a business story, talk about why it works and discuss where you might tell it at work. Our aim is to help you build your story repertoire.
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Rewind The Movies is a podcast where a few friends revisit the retro movies that shaped their adolescence... for better or worse. Each episode will see the guys (attempting to) focus on one film from the 70s, 80s or 90s, picking out the key scenes and elements and discussing their importance and impact.
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Do you like puns? Do you particularity enjoy punny headlines in newspapers? Would you like to hear masses of them recited in quick succession? If so, you’ll probably enjoy Punwatch. Punwatch is a game show in which 3 or 4 funny people try to guess the correct pun-ish headline attached to various news stories from the week. Some of the puns are brilliant, some of them awful, and some are such tenuous stretches they’d make Lilia Stepanova wince (look her up). Either way, there’s lots of ‘em. E ...
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That Is The Question

That Is The Question

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Shakespeare's favorite panel show (don't worry, we asked him) is sure to be your favorite too! James Rightmyer Jr. hosts, as guests compete with David Andrew Laws about topics on which he claims to be an expert. (Well, he used to anyway) Whether you know anything about Shakespeare or not, you're sure to feel better about yourself after just one listen!
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This is Culture, Talent & Growth – a Ruckus Podcast. Join Anish Shah and the Ruckus team as they converse with dynamic leaders to share what they’ve learned about creating lasting culture, attracting great talent, and achieving sustainable growth.
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Tea and Chat

Rebecca Barnes

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With a global audience from all around the world, creating a community through "Tea and Chat" . A variety of topics are discussed including; news stories, culture, reviews, and other requested topics.
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A masterly mix of romance, drama, mystery, suspense, love and jealousy, The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux will haunt you long after you've turned the last page. Today the world knows it by Andrew Lloyd-Webber's long running musical on stage and its 2004 film adaptation, and earlier from Lon Chaney's screen portrayal of the dark intruder who roams the Paris Opera House. However, Gaston Leroux's novel was first released as a serial in the French magazine, La Gaulois over four months in ...
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As Your Digital Marketing Coach, I am on a mission to provide you marketing professionals, agencies, entrepreneurs, and business owners expert advice, both from myself as well as my expert guests, on how to leverage Digital First Marketing to grow your business, one episode at a time, This podcast will include advice on a broad range of topics all with the commonality of being related to digital marketing and having actionable takeaways for your business. Topics discussed will include digita ...
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The 9Gs Podcast - An Aviation Podcast was created to share the journey and experiences of professional aviators. Launched in March 2020 in the middle of one of the toughest times in the 21st century, it allows the growing audience to get an insight view of the professional and amateur aviation world. From Bush pilots, Commercial aviators to Fighter pilots, the guests will share their unique journey relating multiple aviation stories. This podcast is not a professional show. The guests and th ...
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”To Be Or Not To Be” – it’s the most famous speech in all of English drama, but what on earth is Hamlet actually talking about?This series, made by BAFTA winner, double Emmy Award winning documentary producer Andrew Smith, features contributions from Adrian Lester, Harriet Walter, Sir Mark Rylance, Samuel West and many more. The first 14 episodes were produced during lockdown to raise awareness for theatres and for actors in a time of pandemic and theatre closures. If you would like to suppo ...
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The Official Rugby World Cup 2023 Podcast presented by Asahi Super Dry will feature an incredible array of talent from across the rugby world and beyond, joining host Gethin Jones to discuss the greatest tournament in rugby as 20 teams battle it out for glory. Tune in every week to get unparalleled access to the Rugby World Cup. #RWC23 #BeyondExpected Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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MIami's Brad Kilgore displays an easygoing demeanor beneath which resides a precise and driven chef. When Brad and his colleagues hosted Andrew for a book event last fall at the Arlo Hotel Wynwood (home of Brad's MaryGold's Brasserie), the two of them sat down to record this interview. In it they discuss myriad subjects including Brad's adoption of…
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Russell Bean was the son of William Bean and his wife, Lydia, the first people to settle in what's now Tennessee and for whom Bean Station is named. Russell, considered the first child of European descent to be born in the future Tennessee, was a large, strong man with a temper who most folks avoided that temper came to a boil. Andrew Jackson was a…
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Bonjour, fabulous French foodies! Join me, your host, Andrew Prior, in the enchanting world of French cuisine as we kick off Season 4 of Fabulously Delicious, the French Food Podcast. Celebrating the culinary wonders that have shaped modern cooking, this season promises a delectable journey through the heart of French ingredients, dishes, and the c…
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This week sees the release of the much anticipated Dune part 2, the sequel to 2021’s part 1, a series based on Frank Herbert’s 1960’s sci fi classic. We also look at Marius von Mayenburg’s play Nachtland directed by Patrick Marber at the Young Vic in London and Angelica Kauffman: the Swiss artist finally gets a solo exhibition at the Royal Academy …
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Joe and Tom welcome Rob Carolla, VP of Publics Relations of the Professional Volleyball Federation. Rob introduces his whole career path within college sports. Rob talks about the importance of media distribution, specifically with live and streaming broadcasts. He also speaks about the presentation of the league, their value proposition and the st…
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Friends of the pod Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger check in from Los Angeles to discuss the evolution of chefs and other industry figures making a difference by devoting time, effort, and resources to a variety of causes. In addition to their own substantial work on behalf of organizations such as The Abundance Setting, the James Beard Foundati…
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Kate Molleson talks to Kaouther Ben Hania about her Oscar-nominated documentary Four Daughters, which explores the impact of two sisters fleeing to join Islamic State, by bringing in actors to play them alongside the rest of their family in Tunisia. We look at two new plays about British composer Benjamin Britten and the light they shed on a life s…
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In today's episode, we have an incredible guest who embodies the entrepreneurial spirit and digital savvy - Anthony Rosemond. Anthony, originally from France, took the bold step with his wife to open an online macaron shop in the US, crafting a delectable niche in the competitive world of French pastries. Anthony will delve into their journey from …
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It's Freemium Freebruary! We generously unlock our bonus episodes for the shortest month of the year so you can get a taste of the good life. Subscribe if you like it, maybe?***Lucy, Andrew, and Ben bring you: The harrowing experience of visiting one or possibly more trampoline parks in England, one cool loophole for getting a gun in Iowa, and an u…
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Channel 4’s new reality TV series, The Jury: Murder Trial features a real-life murder case, re-run in front of two juries who are unaware of each other’s existence. Its creator Ed Kellie and BBC News' former legal affairs correspondent Clive Coleman discuss what the TV experiment tells us about how emotions can be swayed in the courtroom - and whet…
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Máire Treasa Ní Dhubhghaill is joined by Lindsay Peat and Johne Murphy as they look back on Ireland’s 31-7 win over Wales in the Aviva Stadium on Saturday. They look at some of the sloppy Ireland play, some good Welsh defending and what Ireland will be looking to improve on over the next few weeks. They dive into Ireland’s scrum and how they’re imp…
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Bonjour, food enthusiasts! Join me, your host, Andrew Prior, in the enchanting world of French cuisine as we kick off Season 4 of Fabulously Delicious, the French Food Podcast. Celebrating the culinary wonders that have shaped modern cooking, this season promises a delectable journey through the heart of French ingredients, dishes, and the captivat…
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In an exclusive for Front Row, Sheridan Smith performs Magic, a song from her new musical Opening Night, which is directed by Ivo Van Hove, with music from Rufus Wainwright. They discuss creating the new musical, which is based on the 1970s film and follows an actress going through a breakdown as she prepares to open a new show on Broadway. Journal…
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Welcome to a history filled episode that is sure to stir up some debate. This week, I welcome back to the show Jerry Daniels of Stone Fences Tours. Last time we got together, we had a countdown of our favorite Kentucky distillery tours - this week, we're going to fill your ears with history as we compare our own Top 10's of our favorite Kentucky wh…
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Toni Morrison’s second novel in her beloved Beloved trilogy, Jazz introduces the reader to a trio of characters united by an incident of tragic romance. Will the freewheeling optimism of the Jazz Age set them on the path of redemption or will they be bound to their painful pasts? This episode is sponsored by Factor. Head to factormeals.com/overdue5…
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Lucy, Theo, Andrew, and Ben bring you: Americans driving their truth, giving a horse a friend, navigating the world as an introvert, one fateful lizard bite, introducing Mr Nangs, and Headline News.***Support our show and get exclusive bonus episodes by subscribing on Patreon: www.patreon.com/BoontaVista***Email the show at mailbag@boontavista.com!…
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David Stirling is a Thailand-based English teacher from the UK and the founder of ⁠Go-Interview.com⁠, which helps English learners build the language skills they need to get their dream job. In the interview, we discuss: How David fell in love with Thailand Why he got into English teaching The different types of teaching jobs available in Thailand …
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In the 1880s and 1890s a bloody feud was happening across two Appalachian counties, with conflicts over hogs, shootings, ambushes, cabins set on fire and the threat of the governor to call in the state militia to stop it. This feud was NOT between the Hatfield and McCoy families in Kentucky and West Virginia. This one was about a hundred miles to t…
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Bonjour, food enthusiasts! Join me, your host, Andrew Prior, in the enchanting world of French cuisine as we kick off Season 4 of Fabulously Delicious, the French Food Podcast. Celebrating the culinary wonders that have shaped modern cooking, this season promises a delectable journey through the heart of French ingredients, dishes, and the captivat…
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In this episode the agents struggle to make Annette take the place of a little Italian Boy. Cast: Andrew Collins-Anderson- Lance Saunders Jared Witkofsky: The Handler Chris Thiel- Dewie Boyd Danny Deluca- Kerry 'The Devil' Ersoy Chris French- Newt Ockney Morgan Just- Sacha Stumpf Music by Tyler Cook, Danny Deluca, Jordan Fickel, Pressure Highway, a…
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In this episode Dewie rides a cat and Sacha and Kerry go to a pool party. This show is weird. Cast: Andrew Collins-Anderson- Lance Saunders Jared Witkofsky: The Handler Chris Thiel- Dewie Boyd Danny Deluca- Kerry 'The Devil' Ersoy Chris French- Newt Ockney Morgan Just- Sacha Stumpf Music by Tyler Cook, Danny Deluca, Jordan Fickel, Pressure Highway,…
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Minority report, the Sci-Fi classic by Philip K Dick, has already been adapted for film and television and now it’s a stage play that employs an innovative mix of technology, stagecraft and live performance. As it opens at the Nottingham Playhouse, Mark Burman talks to some of the creatives involved. We review Wicked Little Letters, a black comedy …
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What happens when one of the country’s most outspoken critics of white male Christian political conservatism sits down with a well-known white male conservative Christian political pundit? Find out, as Kristin Du Mez and David French discuss politics, culture, and the desperate need for hospitality in the digital age on No Small Endeavor with Lee C…
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Joe and Tom welcome Jon Klein, co-founder of Hang Media and former President of CNN. Jon introduces his career and the concept of Hang Media, and the impact the company has on Gen Z and Millennials. He speaks about the versatility of Hang when it comes to the content they stream. Jon also speaks about the importance of timing for a startup and the …
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I'm your host, Neal Schaffer, and today's episode is a special one that I'm particularly excited about. In the rapidly evolving landscape of digital marketing, AI tools have become indispensable for driving efficiency, effectiveness, and accuracy in our strategies. And I'm here to pull back the curtain on the AI tools that I personally rely on. In …
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It's Freemium Freebruary! We generously unlock our bonus episodes for the shortest month of the year so you can get a taste of the good life. Subscribe if you like it, maybe?***Theo, Andrew, and Ben bring you: The Dutch victim of a boar hunt gone wrong, a Mothman with a hobby, the playful teasing of a great ape, the rigorous requirements of a fishi…
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Wim Wenders on his new Oscar nominated Japanese language film Perfect Days, about a toilet cleaner in Tokyo as he goes about his work. Koji Yakusho won the Best Actor Award when the film premiered at this year’s Cannes film festival, and the film has been dubbed ‘slow cinema’. Len Pennie came to prominence as a poet on social media during the Covid…
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Rhiannon Giddens, the musician, composer and former lead singer of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, performs live with her band. She talks about her work in uncovering the real history of the banjo and writing her first solo album of original material. Peter Sarsgaard discusses playing a man with early onset dementia in Memory, a performance that won …
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Bonjour, food enthusiasts! Join me, your host, Andrew Prior, in the enchanting world of French cuisine as we kick off Season 4 of Fabulously Delicious, the French Food Podcast. Celebrating the culinary wonders that have shaped modern cooking, this season promises a delectable journey through the heart of French ingredients, dishes, and the captivat…
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Tom welcomes Andy Mitchell, CEO and Managing Director of Serie A USA. Andy talks about working at CNN during the launch of their website. Andy continues by discussing his transition to Facebook, and the value of sports content to Facebook. He also speaks about his transition to being the CEO and Manager Director of Serie A USA, and how his past exp…
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Sir Peter Blake is famous for his Pop Art paintings, collages and album covers – and not just Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. But the artist, now 91, has throughout his career made three dimensional works. For the first time in two decades there is an exhibition devoted to these. Samira Ahmed meets the artist in the gallery on the eve of the…
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In today's episode, Ian Weir from Ian McLeod (makers of Smokehead) and Elliot Walker from Blowfish Glass join me to talk whisky and glassware. We will delve into the traditional techniques used to create the glass, including the intricate process of hand-blowing glass. We also explore the origins of Smokehead single malt whisky, highlighting its di…
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Percy Jackson returns for another road trip across a mythological United States. Plenty of new characters are introduced -- and some of them survive! This episode is sponsored by Squarespace. Go to squarespace.com/overdue for 10% of your first purchase of a website or domain. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Follow @overduepod on Inst…
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Lucy, Theo, Andrew, and Ben bring you: A rollercoaster with no problems whatsoever, the hardest choice a Spliftie will have to make, and the soulful yearning of those who can recall their past lives. ***Support our show and get exclusive bonus episodes by subscribing on Patreon: www.patreon.com/BoontaVista***Email the show at mailbag@boontavista.co…
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This week, the chef and restaurant community suddenly lost one of its most talented and influential figures. David Bouley, who rose to prominence at Montrachet and Bouley restaurants in the 1980s, died of cardiac arrest at age 70. To remember this towering culinary figure, we are sharing a previously unaired interview recorded at Bouley restaurant …
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After the Civil War, as the South lay in ruins, a group of freedmen decided to depart the Mississippi plantation on which they had been held as slaves in search of a promised land. They found it...in the mountains of Appalachia. Come along with us as we tell the story of one of the first successful black communities in the south, the Kingdom of the…
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THREE poets read and talk about their poems from Best Canadian Poetry 2024! Nicholas Bradley discusses an atmospheric river. Matt Rader explores heat domes. Joanna Streetly searches the depths. It's a powerful set of chats! -- Nicholas Bradley lives in Victoria, BC. He is the author of two books of poetry: Rain Shadow (University of Alberta Press, …
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Bonjour, food enthusiasts! Join me, your host, Andrew Prior, in the enchanting world of French cuisine as we kick off Season 4 of Fabulously Delicious, the French Food Podcast. Celebrating the culinary wonders that have shaped modern cooking, this season promises a delectable journey through the heart of French ingredients, dishes, and the captivat…
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Tom and Joe welcome Glen Horine, Chief Operating Officer at SFIA. Glenn introduces SFIA and the impact they have on sports and Capitol Hill. He discusses the size of SFIA, research about different sports and youth participation. Glenn also speaks about his education experience, career guidance and the trends people should look at relating to SFIA. …
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