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The ability to communicate and connect with people continues to evolve at a rapid pace and we spend our time each day working in and discussing radio, podcasting, social media, video, and other marketing mediums. We want to extend some of those conversations to this podcast and use it as a way to let you in on the things we've learned, highlight the trends we're paying attention to, and share stories from the studio. Join host Ben George, Director of Podcasting at Third Wheel Media, for comp ...
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Land of Eem: Actual Play

Ben Costa, James Parks, George Higgins

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Join Ben Costa, James Parks, and George Higgins as they play the Land of Eem tabletop roleplaying game, inspired by the series of fantasy books: Dungeoneer Adventures and Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo. Ben Costa and James Parks are the creators of Dungeoneer Adventures, Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo, and the tabletop roleplaying game, Land of Eem. They have been friends since the 2nd grade, and love making stuff together. Lovers of fantasy, they strive to craft tales that cel ...
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Hosted by Emily Jashinsky and The Federalist’s team of fearless journalists, this is a daily podcast featuring engaging and in-depth conversations with reporters, scholars, authors, politicians, and thinkers of all stripes. Along with guest hosts Mollie Hemingway, Christopher Bedford, Joy Pullmann, and others, the show delivers smart and compelling dialogues on politics, culture, religion, and the news of the day. Support the show by subscribing, rating, and writing a review! Follow Federali ...
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Rad Chat

Naman Julka-Anderson and Jo McNamara

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The multi-award winning first therapeutic radiographer led oncology podcast. Discussing a wide range of oncology topics along with sharing experiences from patients, students and healthcare professionals within the cancer care and wider healthcare community.
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Talking to Death with Payne Lindsey

iHeartPodcasts and Tenderfoot TV

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Up and Vanished host and creator Payne Lindsey wants to talk you to death in his first “true crime” talk show (that may or may not actually be about true crime). Pull up a chair as Payne and guests talk about all things crime, life, mystery and fun. From Tenderfoot TV and iHeartRadio comes a new weekly series, Talking to Death. Take a listen… odds are, you won’t die.
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Join Sharp Digital Marketing's founder, Steve Sharp, as you journey to the Sharp Side of Marketing. During the show, you'll hear marketing tips and trends he's seeing within the financial services industry as well as valuable insight from Sharp Digital clients as they share tips and experiences of their own, including ways they leverage their relationship with Sharp Digital Marketing. Download this monthly podcast on your favorite platform and never miss an episode. Steve will be joined on m ...
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Ben Franklin’s World is an award-winning podcast about early American history. It is a show for people who love history and for those who want to know more about the historical people and events that have impacted and shaped our present-day world. Each episode features a conversation with a historian who helps us shed light on important people and events in early American history. It is produced by Colonial Williamsburg Innovation Studios.
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Welcome to the first Hardgroove Mix Tape, a new series of occasional sessions from djs and producers I’m digging. I work with a large number of acts on my record labels, so I thought why not create a podcast to showcase their talents more and get some killer mixes out there.
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Same Old City

Simon Craft and Ben Aspinall

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Same Old City is an independent York City FC fans' podcast produced by Simon Craft and Ben Aspinall. Weekly episodes cover recent games and current events at the club, and the "Retro Rewind" episodes look back at games, players and managers from the club's past. Theme music by Jack Grice. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Join noted author & pundit Molly Jong-Fast for irreverent humor that cuts right to the heart of our politics today as she discusses the top political headlines with some of today’s best minds. Known for being one of the few interviewers in politics to cut through the talking points, Molly reveals the personalities and issues tearing the country apart. She asks the questions no one else does, and gets the answers even her guests didn’t expect to give – and exactly what you want to know. Tune ...
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Ben, Brett and Jordy Meiselas are three brothers with very unique backgrounds! Ben is a top lawyer and Colin Kaepernick’s business partner. Brett is a two-time Emmy award winning video editor from the world of film and television. Jordy, the fan favorite, was an award-winning advertising executive in New York. The brothers' unique approach at covering news by combining hilarious brother banter with an unapologetic support of democracy has earned them millions of supporters in America and acr ...
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Strange Arrivals

iHeartPodcasts and Grim & Mild

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Welcome to Strange Arrivals, where host Toby Ball unravels history's most famous cases of extraterrestrial encounters. This season three, we look at UFO researchers who developed theories to explain the phenomenon and the consequences those theories had for people who believed they had experienced the paranormal.
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We’ll be delving into the story behind the player. Showing you what it’s took for the player to get to where they are now, right from the very first trot as a child. Trot the egg in will give you the real character on and off the field. Hope you enjoy listening. find us on :- Facebook - Trot The Egg In Twitter - @TrotTheEggIn Instagram - Trot_The_Egg_In YouTube - Trot The Egg In LinkedIn - Jon Hetherington
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The Ringer Philly crew has a podcast! Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak team up on Sundays and Thursdays for weekly previews and instant reactions to every Eagles game. Plus we’ve got you covered on the Sixers and all of your other favorite teams in town, with unique conversations from local and Ringer personalities.
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Local Matters

News Talk 94.1

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Education, Sports, Faith & Everything In Between Originating from News Talk 94.1 the show deals with community issues and interests that affect listeners closer to home. With topics from major events across the nation and how they impact our area to interesting people and figures from across the Upper Cumberland. Local Matters is where local, matters. Covering the issues that matter to you. Every weekday.
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Smooth Operators

Griggs Blankenburg, Noah Phillips, Ben McClurkin

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A dive into the world of Formula One with your hosts Noah, Griggs and Ben. To hear the show live, join us every Friday at 1 PM CST on weglfm.com. To stay connected with us, follow our show Twitter @SMOPpodcast (https://twitter.com/SMOPpodcast).
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In each episode we'll be chatting to the most fascinating guests from the most interesting walks of life to find out more about their unique relationship with food, so expect many delicious stories, belly laughs and pub snacks in every episode! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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THE SUPER SHOW

Starring Sam Simian, Kellen The Wise and Benjie Bats

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An exhilarating ride down some of the deepest rabbit holes in pop culture with the world's most dangerous talking heads, Sam Simian The Super Villain, Kellen The Wise and Belligerent Ben for the win, Benjie Bats! Tune in to funny, engaging discussions on every topic known to man, but from a know it all's point of view. Its the nectar of life. Invest in you. Listen to the Super Show!
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The Chicks On The Right are laying down a lot of common sense, no bull sense. Mock and Daisy's UNIQUE take on the world, from the dinner table to the swamp. Each day the Chicks give you the "Daily Dish" and then a weekly deeper dive into an issue that's got them extra worked up. Always fun, always right!?
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The American Reformer Podcast’s mission is to promote a vigorous Christian approach to the cultural challenges of our day, rooted in the rich tradition of Protestant social and political thought. Focusing particularly on issues facing American Christians, we will seek to contribute to the reformation of Christian institutions that have become corrupted by false ideologies and practices.
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Let's talk about writers and writing, right here in Sin City. Before we were the Motor City, one of the nicknames we were known by was "Sin City." Maybe that's why we've got so many great stories to tell. Our Windsor-Detroit region is full of inspiring poetry, first rate fiction, outstanding non-fiction, amazing writers, and exciting publishers. At All Write in Sin City, we aim to bring them to you. Check out our shows here, or take a listen wherever you listen to podcasts.
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An imaginative and informative podcast from Five Solas Media for families of all ages exploring how Christ holds all things together throughout time. Each month, hosts Troy and Melissa Lamberth will be joined by special guests and feature entertaining performances that will highlight key people and concepts throughout church history that have a direct connection with us today. Visit us at www.fivesolasmedia.com
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MeidasTouch host Ben Meiselas reports on how Fox News is in a total panic and doesn’t know how to defend Donald Trump with Vice President Kamala Harris surging in popularity and surging in the polls. Thanks OneSkin! Get 15% off OneSkin with the code MEIDAS at https://www.oneskin.co/ #oneskinpod Remember to subscribe to ALL the MeidasTouch Network P…
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The nature and reliability of the ancient sources are among the most important issues in the scholarship on the Dead Sea Scrolls. It is noteworthy, therefore, that scholars have grown increasingly skeptical about the value of these materials for reconstructing the life of the Teacher of Righteousness. Travis B. Williams' book History and Memory in …
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Displaced Comrades: Politics and Surveillance in the Lives of Soviet Refugees in the West (Bloomsbury, 2023) by Dr. Ebony Nilsson explores the lives of left-wing Soviet refugees who fled the Cold War to settle in Australia, and uncovers how they adjusted to life under surveillance in the West. As Cold War tensions built in the postwar years, many o…
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Distributed to millions of people annually across Africa and the global south, insecticide-treated bed nets have become a cornerstone of malaria control and twenty-first-century global health initiatives. Despite their seemingly obvious public health utility, however, these chemically infused nets and their rise to prominence were anything but inev…
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Violent Affections: Queer Sexuality, Techniques of Power, and Law in Russia (UCL Press, 2022) by Alexander Sasha Kondakov uncovers techniques of power that work to translate emotions into violence against queer people. Based on analysis of over 300 criminal cases of anti-queer violence in Russia before and after the introduction of ‘gay propaganda’…
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Today I talked to Ben Kaplan about his new book (co-authored with Danny Parkins) Pipeline to the Pros: How D3 Small-College Nobodies Rose to Rule the NBA (Triumph Books, 2024). Jeff Van Gundy. Brad Stevens. Frank Vogel. Mike Budenholzer. Tom Thibodeau. Sam Presti. Leon Rose. Before you knew his name, before he drafted your favorite player, before h…
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The war on the Eastern front remains relatively less well explored as compared to the western front of World War II. Yet some of the most titanic battles in modern military history occurred on the steppes of eastern Europe. Stalingrad and Moscow are names known to most but less well-known are the vast battles that occurred in Byelorussia. By June 1…
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Early pollsters thought they had the psychological tools to quantify American mind, thereby enabling a truly democratic polity that would be governed by a rational public opinion. Today, we malign the misinformed public and dismiss the deluge of frivolous polls. How did the rational public become the phantom public? We tell the story of George Gall…
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In Theater As Data: Computational Journeys Into Theater Research (U Michigan Press, 2021), Miguel Escobar Varela explores the use of computational methods and digital data in theater research. He considers the implications of these new approaches, and explains the roles that statistics and visualizations play. Reflecting on recent debates in the hu…
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China’s modern history has been marked by deep spatial inequalities between regions, between cities, and between rural and urban areas. Contemporary observers and historians alike have attributed these inequalities to distinct stages of China's political economy: the dualistic economy of semicolonialism, rural-urban divisions in the socialist perio…
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Early pollsters thought they had the psychological tools to quantify American mind, thereby enabling a truly democratic polity that would be governed by a rational public opinion. Today, we malign the misinformed public and dismiss the deluge of frivolous polls. How did the rational public become the phantom public? We tell the story of George Gall…
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Today I talked to Ben Kaplan about his new book (co-authored with Danny Parkins) Pipeline to the Pros: How D3 Small-College Nobodies Rose to Rule the NBA (Triumph Books, 2024). Jeff Van Gundy. Brad Stevens. Frank Vogel. Mike Budenholzer. Tom Thibodeau. Sam Presti. Leon Rose. Before you knew his name, before he drafted your favorite player, before h…
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Talking Points Memo’s Josh Marshall details the path forward for Kamala Harris to become president. New York Times contributor Justin Wolfers examines Biden’s strong economy and how Kamala Harris can run on it. Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Campbell details curbing assault weapons. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Paul George had his arrival press conference in Philadelphia and shared plenty about his relationship with Joel Embiid, the future of Tyrese Maxey, and why Philadelphia is the best place for him to try to win a title. Devon Givens and Kyle Neubeck discuss their takeaways from George’s opening presser and Maxey’s own meeting with the media. They als…
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On this episode of "The Federalist Radio Hour," Rep. Glenn Grothman, the Republican representing Wisconsin's 6th district and member of the House Oversight Committee, joins Federalist Senior Elections Correspondent Matt Kittle to discuss what's going on at the White House now that President Joe Biden was deemed too incompetent to run for re-electio…
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Today the Chicks discuss the hearing that led to Cheatle's resignation, Biden's big diss to the Israeli Prime Minister, and how the media is REALLY spinning Kamala. Now is the best time to buy gold from Birch Gold. Text CHICKS to 989898 to claim your free info kit. Visit http://ruffchicks.com to get your FREE Jumpstart Trial Bag of Ruff Greens, you…
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Buddy Pearson sits down with Mel Presley, the new principal at the new Parkview School. They talk about the transition into the new space, where their facilities are located, best practices for traveling to the school and more! Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast today. News Talk 94.1 · Presented By Office Mart…
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On this episode of the MeidasTouch Podcast: President Biden officially withdraws from the 2024 election campaign, and endorses VP Kamala Harris to lead the ticket; Democrats quickly unify around Kamala Harris; Trump and the Republican Party freak out after VP Harris becomes the Democratic frontrunner; Behind the new GOP strategy to take on VP Harri…
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Suddenly, the Sight of War: Violence and Nationalism in Hebrew Poetry in the 1940s (Stanford UP, 2016) is a genealogy of Hebrew poetry written in pre-state Israel between the beginning of World War II and the War of Independence in 1948. In it, renowned literary scholar Hannan Hever sheds light on how the views and poetic practices of poets changed…
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Throughout the 1920s Mexico was rocked by attempted coups, assassinations, and popular revolts. Yet by the mid-1930s, the country boasted one of the most stable and durable political systems in Latin America. In the first book on party formation conducted at the regional level after the Mexican Revolution, Sarah Osten examines processes of politica…
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In this elegantly written study Rival Wisdoms: Reading Proverbs in the Canterbury Tales (Penn State University Press, 2024), Dr. Nancy Mason Bradbury situates Chaucer’s last and most ambitious work in the context of a zeal for proverbs that was still rising in his day. Rival Wisdoms demonstrates that for Chaucer’s contemporaries, these tiny embedde…
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In 1967, the US government funded the National Theatre of the Deaf, a groundbreaking rehabilitation initiative employing deaf actors. This project aligned with the postwar belief that transforming bodies, minds, aesthetics, and institutions could liberate disabled Americans from economic reliance on the state, and demonstrated the growing belief th…
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"Everyone assumed that in a more open, interconnected world, democracy and liberal ideas would spread to the autocratic states. Nobody imagined that autocracy and illiberalism would spread to the democratic world instead". So writes Anne Applebaum in Autocracy, Inc: The Dictators Who Want to Run the World (Double Day Books, 2024). Applebaum's new b…
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Bombarded with the equivalent of one Hiroshima bomb a day for half a century, Pacific people have long been subjected to man-made cataclysm. Well before climate change became a global concern, nuclear testing brought about untimely death, widespread diseases, forced migration, and irreparable destruction to the shores of Oceania. In The Ocean on Fi…
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Tazin Abdullah speaks with Dr Ibrar Bhatt about heritage literacies, particularly as they are practiced by Chinese Muslims. Bhatt is the author of A Semiotics of Muslimness in China (Cambridge UP, 2023). About the book: A Semiotics of Muslimness in China examines the semiotics of Sino-Muslim heritage literacy in a way that integrates its Perso-Arab…
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Committed: On Meaning and Madwomen (Vintage, 2024) is a critical memoir about women, reading, and mental illness. When Suzanne Scanlon was a student at Barnard in the 90s, grieving the loss of her mother—feeling untethered and swimming through inarticulable pain—she made a suicide attempt that landed her in the New York State Psychiatric Institute.…
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In January 1945, the final year of the Pacific War, Japanese-held Hong Kong became the site of coordinated attacks by the U.S. Navy on Japanese warships and aircraft. Target Hong Kong: A True Story of U.S. Navy Pilots at War (Osprey, 2024) by Steven K. Bailey tells the story of what those air raids were like for the men who lived through them. Targ…
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In January 1945, the final year of the Pacific War, Japanese-held Hong Kong became the site of coordinated attacks by the U.S. Navy on Japanese warships and aircraft. Target Hong Kong: A True Story of U.S. Navy Pilots at War (Osprey, 2024) by Steven K. Bailey tells the story of what those air raids were like for the men who lived through them. Targ…
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