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Learn things about London that most Londoners don't even know in weekly 20 minute weekly episodes with qualified London tour guide Hazel Baker from londonguidedwalks.co.uk There's so much we can't fit into our tours, no matter how hard we try. This London history podcast is where we can get down and dirty with the detail! You're not going to find this level of detail in any guidebook. Leave us a voice message to get featured!
 
Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of time, these cultures discovered and charted the heavens, developed medicine and unleashed advancements that parallel and, in many cases, surpass our own. Join us and discover our lost history. Armed with the thousands of anomalous archeological discoveries which have not been cover ...
 
Kidflix is the podcast where adults try to definitively rank every kids movie ever made! From the greatest cinematic triumphs to the crappiest direct-to-video sequels, we'll watch everything that can technically be classified as kids entertainment! This podcast is not for children. There are naughty words and immature adults. Also not affiliated with Netflix. Hosted by @misterweisman.
 
Fascinating Facts. Adorable Dog Stories. Science Guests that will blow your mind. Brighten your day with a listen, you won't regret it.The Science Pawdcast brings the essence of Dog Twitter to the Podcast format with feedback from Bunsen, the Twitter Science Dog. Knowledge, Intelligence, Silliness and Heartwarming stories, just like Dog Twitter.For Science, Empathy and Cuteness!
 
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Hi all! Thanks for tuning in this week! Our science article is about the power of Mangrove Forests in sequestering carbon and mitigating climate change! Very cool! Our pet science article is about a hilarious study which analyzed the infatuation of cats sitting in boxes! The expert guest this week is physics wizz PHD candidate Dorothee Tell who wil…
 
Justin Roiland, creator of Rick and Morty and Trover Saves the Universe joins us to get to the bottom of Rubik's Cubes and Honey Nut Cheerios. Time Stamps - 00:00:00 - Start 00:05:59 - How Andy is like Tiger Woods 00:12:00 - 5 years of Squanch Games 00:35:00 - Dream castings 00:41:40 - 10 years of Rick and Morty 00:50:20 -Internet Cereal 00:52:50 -…
 
Tick tock! On today's episode, we chat about 1970's The Phantom Tollbooth with wrestler and comedian Hannah Harkness (@Hark_itsHannah, Brooklyn Battle Comedy)! Hannan and Ross (@MisterWeisman) run down their complicated feelings about Wawa, being child radicals, and the most overt symbolism ever. Plus, a breakdown of the world's best voice actors! …
 
What if ancient sites such as Machu Picchu, Chichen Itza, the Acropolis, and Temple Mount are not only thousands of years old but much older? Until recently, a lack of hard evidence has led mainstream archaeologists to dismiss theories of past civilizations as pseudoscientific attempts to resurrect ancient myths and legends. However, new archaeolog…
 
What was the Festival of Britain and was it a success? Hear how the festival planted the seeds for optimism in post war Britain and how Londoners are still benefiting from its legacy. Learn things about London that most Londoners don't even know in a 20 minute espresso shot episode of London history with a splash of personality. There's so much we …
 
What a fun show we have for you today! In science news we take a look at a big meta study about the fallout from the Chernobyl disaster and it's affect on kids during that time. Pet Science is really whimsical this week! We were tagged by many fans who wanted us to know about this adorable dog who broke the world record for the most things in its m…
 
Jack Quaid returns to the show to talk about Jason Momoa's biker gang and the many facets of Carlos Santana. Time Stamps - 00:00:00 - Start 00:10:05 - Shooting MORE THE BOYS 00:18:40 - Carlos Santana and Mickey Rourke 00:32:30 - Who is your batman 00:37:30 - Momoa Boys and 50 Cent 00:50:00 - Peloton 01:00:00 - Second shots 01:04:15 - Tam’s Batman l…
 
Greg and Gen Miller are expecting their first child, so we had to have the mom-to-be join us for the podcast. Come see Kinda Funny find out about the pregnancy, hear about the two-year journey to the part, and probably cry! Time Stamps - 00:00:00 - Start 00:16:30 - Being Pregnant 00:30:20 - Trying to get pregnant 00:59:04 - Some advice on being a c…
 
A new expanded edition of the groundbreaking investigation into early high cultures and ancient solar outbursts • Updated throughout with recent developments and additional illustrations • Reveals how solar outbursts caused the end of the last ice age, unleashed catastrophe upon ancient advanced civilizations, and led to six millennia of a Solar-In…
 
There is one special place in London that has a strong connection with Franklin and that is Benjamin Franklin House which is a museum in a terraced Georgian house on Craven Street and is the world's only remaining home of Benjamin Franklin. The house itself dates from c. 1730, and is a grade I listed property. Since opening to the public on 17 Janu…
 
Hi all! What an exciting episode! Our science news item is all about the rover's success at making oxygen on Mars! How much did it make? Why is this a big deal? Listen to find out! In our Pet Science section we chat about bacteria in your house from dogs....should you worry? Our guest in the "Ask an Expert" section is the OUT OF THIS WORLD Theoreti…
 
Shrug emoji. On today’s episode, Mira Nathanson (@MiraNathanson) and Eliana Gottesman (@ElaynaGottez) return to discuss the Disney Channel Original Movie, The Swap! The three break down the surprisingly progressive gender dynamics, hockey v. rhythmic gymnastics, and ADR-ed dialogue. Plus, Ross (@MisterWeisman) shares his most sad and embarrassing “…
 
Michael Tellinger is a scientist, explorer and internationally acclaimed author of numerous books, and dozens of lectures available on YouTube. He is the founder of the UBUNTU Liberation Movement of UNITY & Higher Consciousness. Michael has become an authority on the ancient vanished civilisations of Southern Africa, the mysterious origins of human…
 
St George and his dragon are woven into the very fabric of London. You’ll find references to him all over town and so I thought that I would share with you some of the best St George's Day themed places in London which you can visit yourselves and if you're overseas, don't worry, I have photos and videos for you in the show notes below. Learn thing…
 
Sydnee Goodman FINALLY makes her first Kinda Funny appearance to discuss leaving IGN, JiuJitsu, WikiFeet, and more! Follow Syd at: https://twitter.com/SydSoGood Time Stamps - 00:00:00 - Start 00:02:30 - Jiu Jitsu lessons 00:13:26 - Meeting Syd! 00:35:45 - Do you keep old photos with an ex? 00:43:29 -Best Purchase you have made this year…
 
I got my first SHOT! YES! Even though the immune response kicked my butt, I'm so happy! So on the podcast this week we will take a look at the crazy physics happening with Muons! Don't know what those are? Well you will! HA! In pet science we taking a look at therapy dog science again! Our expert guest is Michael Norton, who is the Forestry Directo…
 
Reveals the connections between the Earth’s resonant frequencies, sacred sites, human consciousness, and the origins of religion • Details how sacred sites resonate at the same frequencies as both the Earth and the alpha waves of the human brain • Shows how human writing in its original hieroglyphic form was a direct response to the divine sound pa…
 
Have you wandered through London and noticed hints to its past? Guest Anthony Chalmers talks to us of London's ever-changing environment and how green spaces "London lungs" need to be fought for. Places mentioned include South Norwood Country Park, Ravensbourne River, Crayford Marshes, Sydenham Hill Wood, River Lee, the Thames River, Deptford, Hono…
 
The homie Rahul Kohli joins us to be the Judge in the case of Tim vs. Nick, and also discuss the harms of social media and what we truly nmean by "be better." Follow him at: https://twitter.com/RahulKohli13 Time Stamps - 00:00:00 - Start 00:09:00 - The Court of RAHUL 00:48:25 - Rahul gets BIG! 00:55:00 - Tiger Wood and Fame…
 
Hi all! This week on the Science Pawdcast we take a look at the new reporting from Europe about the possible link between AstraZeneca and rare blood clots. As an update, Canada has approved AZ for those 55+. In Pet Science, an adorable science study looked at if dogs have the ability to image a situation that would make them jealous! Our expert gue…
 
Rawr! On today’s episode, guest Neil Bardham (My Dinner with Ryaneil PT Bardhanlow) and Ross (@MisterWeisman) boogie down and talk about We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story! The two also break down how misused Martin Short is, out-of-place songs, and whether kids give a shit about dinosaurs. Plus, click here (or look below) for the interesting podcast N…
 
Scott F. Wolter is a forensic geologist and television host. He is known best as the host of the series "America Unearthed". Wolter is based out of Minnesota, where he is the founder and president of American Petrographic Services and the inventor of Archaeopetrography (a process used to date and understand the origins of inscribed stone artifacts)…
 
This week is a bit shorter episode as we are all on Spring Break and doing some day trips into the mountains. No Woo or Wow this week, but we have a really interesting science article about the cost that invasive species have caused to humanity. Crazy! Our Pet Science section is about a study which looked at if you should pose with a cat in a data …
 
Today we are going to be talking about the area of Shoreditch in the East End of London that forms the southern part of the London Borough of Hackney. Nowadays it's a creative hub with colourful street art, hip pubs and cafes, edgy galleries and popular nightclubs. But it hasn't always been a haven for street artists, the man bun and smashed avocad…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Laplace (1749-1827) who was a giant in the world of mathematics both before and after the French Revolution. He addressed one of the great questions of his age, raised but side-stepped by Newton: was the Solar System stable, or would the planets crash into the Sun, as it appeared Jupiter might, or even spin away like…
 
Pterosaurs are known by many names and are often incorrectly identify as "flying dinosaurs." Although these animals lived during the Mesozoic Era alongside of the terrestrial dinosaurs, they are NOT dinosaurs! You'll learn some amazing facts about these unusual flying reptiles in this podcast episode.…
 
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