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Each week The Intercept’s Washington, D.C. bureau brings you one important or overlooked story from the political world. Bureau Chief Ryan Grim and a rotating cast of journalists, politicians, academics and historians tell you what the rest of the media are missing. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Bottom Line Wrestling Cast: The Career of Stone Cold Steve Austin This podcast is a retrospective of Stone Cold Steve Austin's WWF/WWE career starting with his debut as The Ringmaster in January 1996 through 2003, as wrestling's baddest SOB, Stone Cold Steve Austin. Join Mike Pru & JV every week as they take you through one of the greatest careers in professional wrestling history.
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Gary Oldman (The Dark Knight, Harry Potter), director Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In) and producer Robyn Slovo discuss their new film. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is the long-awaited feature film version of John le Carré’s classic bestselling novel about a deadly international spy game set in the Cold War of the mid-20th Century. The film's all-star cast includes Colin Firth, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Hardy, Mark Strong and John Hurt. Moderated by Edith Bowman at the Apple Store, Regent ...
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A podcast about the dawn of the nuclear age, hosted by Usha Sahay and produced by War on the Rocks, with support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John D. And Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. In each episode, Usha takes listeners on a journey into the early years of the Cold War, telling stories about the dilemmas nuclear weapons posed for American and Soviet leaders, and introducing a fascinating cast of characters who were all trying to prevent Armageddon in different way ...
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Cold Storage

Corvus Audio

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Cold Storage is a sci-fi narrative podcast mini-series produced by Corvus Audio, an independent podcast production company based out of Dayton, Ohio, and created by sibling duo Savannah and Harrison Webb. The series follows two mechanics tasked with maintaining an underground doomsday bunker in the aftermath of nuclear war who stumble upon a dangerous conspiracy that threatens the last remnants of humanity. Created by a talented and hardworking cast and crew from across the Southwest Ohio re ...
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An actual play Call of Cthulu podcast, set in 1980. At the intersection of the cold war and the supernatural, a misfit team of investigators from the Office of Naval Intelligence's Records and Reconciliation unit, works to uncover the mysteries behind strange experiences at Guantanamo Bay Naval Station in Cuba. Their mission takes them to places near and far, common and bizarre, as the national security of the United States, and the fate of the entire world, turn on the actions of a few cast ...
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In Season 4 of Interpreting India, we continue our exploration of the dynamic forces that will shape India's global standing. At Carnegie India, our diverse lineup of experts will host critical discussions at the intersection of technology, the economy, and international security. Join us as we navigate the complexities of geopolitical shifts and rapid technological advancements. This season promises insightful conversations and fresh perspectives on the challenges and opportunities that lie ...
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Game From The Gamers

Kool-Nerd Productions

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Join this goofy, mostly sober cast of friends as they play Playstation and discuss video games, anime, hip-hop, and everything nerd culture! This podcast is brought to you by the Kool-Nerd Productions.
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The JavaDad Cast

Brayden Girard

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In this podcast, we talk about coffee, tech, and gaming. Episodes are carefully segmented so you can enjoy whichever section you are most interested in or consume it all. The host Brayden Girard will share his knowledge and experience on these topics with you every week. Brayden is a Husband and Father of two, Web Developer, CrossFit enthusiast, College professor, and average gamer.... the Java keeps him going. Follow Brayden on Twitter @BraydenGirard or join the conversation on Discord at h ...
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An actual play audio drama | Across several interwoven campaigns and one-shot adventures, Wild Endeavors is telling a collective tale of a fantastical land. Our current endeavor is a campaign focused the adventures of the Wayward Suns. For more than 3,000 years the people of Ayria haven’t been able to cross the Great Sea. In an age of relative peace, a group of adventurers known as the Wayward Suns discover a far more grim force is at work keeping Ayria isolated from the rest of the world. A ...
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Today, we’re sharing the re-launch of The Lever’s flagship podcast Lever Time. In this week’s episode, David Sirota and senior podcast producer Arjun Singh discuss the 2024 presidential election, and the Democratic Party’s efforts to prevent a primary challenge to President Biden. Since 2008, Democratic Party leadership have worked to suppress prim…
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What did historical evolutionists such as Charles Darwin and Herbert Spencer have to say about music? What role did music play in their evolutionary theories? What were the values and limits of these evolutionist turns of thought, and in what ways have they endured in present-day music research? Theorizing Music Evolution: Darwin, Spencer, and the …
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“None of us benefit from a burning planet,” says activist and documentarian Astra Taylor on this week’s Deconstructed. Taylor and Leah Hunt-Hendrix join Ryan Grim to discuss their new book, “Solidarity: The Past, Present, And Future of a World-Changing Idea.” Delving into the philosophical depths of solidarity, they trace its origins back to ancien…
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In the current era of space exploration, various countries and private space companies have targeted celestial bodies like the moon, Mars, and asteroids for exploration. To facilitate their long-term presence on these bodies, programs such as Artemis led by the United States, and the International Lunar Research Station led by China plan to study t…
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Deeping It: Colonialism, Culture & Criminalisation of UK Drill (404 Ink, 2023) by Adèle Oliver shines a critical light on UK drill and its fraught relationship with the British legal system. Intervening on current discourse steeped in anti-Blackness and moral panic, this Inkling ‘deeps’ how the criminalisation of UK drill cannot be disentangled fro…
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Country music maintains a special, decades-long relationship to American military life, but these ties didn't just happen. This readable history reveals how country music's Nashville-based business leaders on Music Row created partnerships with the Pentagon to sell their audiences on military service while selling the music to service members. Begi…
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A recent Gallup poll found that 29 percent of respondents said neither Donald Trump nor Joe Biden are fit for the job. To unpack how voters are feeling about the two candidates, this week on Deconstructed, Ryan Grim is joined by Anat Shenker-Osorio, a returning guest, messaging expert, and host of the podcast “Words to Win By.” Together they dig in…
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This is a story of four composers whose careers, lives and loves as women working in 20th century Britain have since been largely forgotten. Dr Leah Broad’s 2023 debut Quartet: How Four Women Changed the Musical World (Faber & Faber, 2023), reveals the life and music of some of Britain’s most exciting 20th-century composers. A musicologist who grav…
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The first violinist of the Takács Quartet weaves scholarship on Edward Elgar, Antonin Dvořák, Bela Bartók and Benjamin Britten with a deeply personal evocation of belonging, national identity and the private life of a string quartet. Edward Dusinberre’s Distant Melodies: Music in Search of Home (Faber, The University of Chicago Press 2022) alternat…
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The cassette tape was revolutionary. Cheap, portable, and reusable, this small plastic rectangle changed music history. Make your own tapes! Trade them with friends! Tape over the ones you don't like! The cassette tape upended pop culture, creating movements and uniting communities. High Bias: The Distorted History of the Cassette Tape (UNC Press, …
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In a recording, what sounds count as music? Sounds made by a musician's body--including inhales, finger taps, and grunts--have for decades been dismissed as extraneous noises. In Sounds As They Are: The unwritten music in classical recordings (Oxford UP, 2024), author Richard Beaudoin pioneers a field of inquiry into non-notated sounds in recording…
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Meta — Facebook and Instagram's parent company — refuses to provide evidence refuting widespread reports that it's censoring Gaza-related content on its platforms. This week on Deconstructed, technology reporter Sam Biddle joins Ryan Grim to discuss his recent reporting on the efforts of Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., t…
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How can so many people pledge allegiance to punk, something with no fixed identity? Depending on who and where you are, punk can be an outlet, excuse, lifestyle, escapism, conversation, community, ideology, sales category, social movement, punishable offense, badge of authenticity, reason to drink beer forever, or an aesthetic of belligerent incomp…
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In this episode, Pat speaks with Dr Supriya Subramani. Dr Subramani's interest in morality and ethics has led her to explore morality, behaviour, and ethics in healthcare contexts. She has worked on the concepts of belonging, micro-inequities, moral habitus, the idea of the passive patient, the social construction of incompetency, and reflexivity. …
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Chanting “power and food,” demonstrators have filled Cuba’s streets in recent days. This week on Deconstructed, Ryan Grim delves into the complexities of Cuba’s current economic crisis with Andrés Pertierra, a historian of Latin America and the Caribbean. They discuss the various factors deepening the crisis and driving people to the streets, from …
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