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DTR is a show about everything from opening lines, to profile pics, to dating someone out of your league. Each episode dives deep into the weird, wonderful and hilarious aspects of dating in an Internet-obsessed world. Because even though technology has made it easier to find dates, love is still as unpredictable as ever. For Season 2 of DTR, host Jane Marie (This American Life, Jezebel, The Hairpin, Cosmopolitan) is back and she’s on a mission. Joined by celebrity guests (Jason Mantzoukas, ...
 
Choose your own path. I travel the world to have uncensored conversations with uncommon people. Fellow misfits and explorers whose stories will help you find your way when you don't fit in.
 
Mr. Smith at Ridge High School teaches chemistry
 
The girls behind The DTR Blog get real about what it's like to live in today's Christian culture, sharing stories about faith, dating, mental health, and comedy. Not quite your Proverbs 31 women....join in for some uncomfortable laughs and awkward moments.
 
The Michael Berry Show on KTRH, Houston
 
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15,758 years in the future, football is played between states, with cannons. Elliot and Reuben check out 17776, or What Football Will Look Like in the Future. (more…)
 
For this special live event at Hay Festival, top illustrators Rob Biddulph, Leigh Hobbs, Emma Lewis and Britta Teckentrup join Katherine to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal with a discussion of some favourite books from the prize's history and illustrators who have inspired them - as well as the power of pictures ...…
 
http://www.federaljack.com/down-the-rabbit-hole-w-popeye-01-21-2014-the-assassination-of-martin-luther-king-jr/***On this 1-21-14 edition of DTRH , Popeye covers the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., and explains how agencies of the federal government were involved. There was a civil trial, and according to a Memphis jury's verdict on De ...…
 
Our first live show! The very first live DTRH event took place on 2 March 2017, as part of the nationwide World Book Day celebrations.
 
This month's guests are BBC Radio 1 DJ Gemma Cairney and writer Rosalind Jana, who help us celebrate World Book Day and discuss their non-fiction books for teenagers. Plus a discussion of new young adult novel Ink and details of DTRH's first ever live show!
 
Authors Lissa Evans and Martin Stewart join the DTRH team in the studio to discuss three newly-published books. Plus we talk about how books can help children and young people understand more about complex world events.
 
Join the DTRH gang for a festive special: a review of the year in children's books with YA author Melinda Salisbury, illustrator Steve Lenton and Nosy Crow publisher Kate Wilson. Including our favourite books of 2016, an interview with Guardian Children's Prize nominee Zana Fraillon, a feature on YA charity anthology I'll Be Home For Christmas, ...…
 
The duo behind the Mango and Bambang series, Clara Vulliamy and Polly Faber, join the DTRH team to discuss three new children's books. Also featuring Katherine Rundell and Julie Mayhew, who talk about the Russian settings of their most recent novels over a Russian tea.
 
Young adult author Harriet Reuter Hapgood and book blogger Jim Dean join the DTRH team in the studio for a special episode discussing all things love and romance in books for children and teenagers.
 
Times are a changin! The Coxinator has been left homeless and finds himself a temporary resident of the Bronte/Waverley studio. So Peter Curtis imbibe some lovely Islay Scotch and lay down some smooth beats yet again. This time with an audience! Tracks below gang.. 1. Christian Rau feat Tilman Tausendfreund- DTRH 2. Youth Lagoon – Afternoon 3. ...…
 
In an hour-long festive bonanza, the gang are joined in the studio by Down the Rabbit Hole alumni Tom Bonnick, Non Pratt and Nadia Shireen. Featuring favourite books to read at Christmas, an interview with author Brian Selznick about The Marvels, a reading of a very special new picture book, Refuge by Anne Booth and Sam Usher, and DTRH’s best b ...…
 
The DTRH team are joined in the studio by children’s author Robin Stevens for a discussion of some of the biggest phenomena in children’s publishing, including Harry Potter and Twilight. Also featuring an interview with Adam Freudenheim of Pushkin Children’s Books about children’s fiction in translation, and the very first appearance of the chi ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributor Joey Dear joins Chris Date to respond to some clips of Todd Friel of Wretched Radio offering his own unique brand of criticism of annihilationism. This episode contains the second half of their two-hour discussion; listen to episode 78 for part one. Links The May 21, 2015 “Wretched Segment of the Day” https://www.wre ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributor Joey Dear joins Chris Date to respond to some clips of Todd Friel of Wretched Radio offering his own unique brand of criticism of annihilationism. This episode contains the first half of their two-hour discussion; stay tuned for part two in episode 79. Links The May 21, 2015 “Wretched Segment of the Day” https://www. ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributors Nick and Allison Quient join Chris Date to respond to some clips from Dr. Robin Parry’s plenary speech at the 2015 Rethinking Hell Conference, in which he presented a theological case for universalism. This episode contains the second half of their two-and-a-half-hour discussion; listen to the first half in episode ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributors Nick and Allison Quient join Chris Date to respond to some clips from Dr. Robin Parry’s plenary speech at the 2015 Rethinking Hell Conference, in which he presented a theological case for universalism. This episode contains the first half of their two-and-a-half-hour discussion; the second half will be made availabl ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributors Nick Quient and Chris Date join Graham Ware to discuss and respond to what the New City Catechism, adapted by Timothy Keller and Sam Shammas from the Reformation catechisms, says about hell. This episode contains the last hour of their discussion; the first fifty minutes or so are in episode 74. Links The New City C ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributors Nick Quient and Chris Date join Graham Ware to discuss and respond to what the New City Catechism, adapted by Timothy Keller and Sam Shammas from the Reformation catechisms, says about hell. This episode contains the first fifty minutes or so of their discussion; the last hour will be available in episode 75. Links ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributors Glenn Peoples and William Tanksley join Chris Date to play and respond to some clips from the Dividing Line and Unbelievable? programs, in which Dr. James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries critiques conditional immortality and annihilationism. This episode contains the last hour-and-a-half of their two-and-a-half ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributors Glenn Peoples and William Tanksley join Chris Date to play and respond to some clips from the Dividing Line and Unbelievable? programs, in which Dr. James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries critiques conditional immortality and annihilationism. This episode contains the first hour of their two-and-a-half hour discu ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributor Chris Date is joined by former evangelical turned agnostic, Andrew Whyte, to discuss one unbeliever’s perspective on the intramural evangelical hell debate. This episode contains the second half of their two-and-a-quarter hour discussion. Links Andrew’s “Christian Diversity” YouTube Playlist https://www.youtube.com/p ...…
 
Rethinking Hell contributor Chris Date is joined by former evangelical turned agnostic, Andrew Whyte, to discuss one unbeliever’s perspective on the intramural evangelical hell debate. This episode contains the first hour of their two-and-a-quarter hour discussion. Links Andrew’s “Christian Diversity” YouTube Playlist https://www.youtube.com/pl ...…
 
The DTRH team are joined in the studio by special guests journalist Anna James and author Phil Earle to talk about three new children’s books - plus an interview with US YA author Jenny Han.
 
Graham Ware is joined by fellow Rethinking Hell contributors Nicholas Quient and Chris Date to discuss a recent Gospel Coalition article, “7 Truths About Hell,” written by J. D. Greear, lead pastor of The Summit Church in North Carolina. Links “7 Truths About Hell,” by J. D. Greear http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/7-truths-about-hell “ ...…
 
For their annual picture book special to celebrate the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal, the DTRH gang are joined by picture book creators Steve Antony and Helen Hancocks. Plus an interview with 2015 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal William Grill, and comments from some of the children who took part in this year’s Carnegie Greenaway shadowing scheme.…
 
Belief is the most important factor in creating reality. Special Guest Damian Barragan. DTRH- unscripted, unplanned. Let's go down the rabbit hole.
 
DTRH first podcast of what us humans call 2015.Let's go Down the Rabbit Hole....
 
Author and illustrator Chris Riddell joins the gang in the studio for a DTRH festive special - including favourite Christmas children’s books, answering listeners’ Christmas book shopping dilemmas, and a chat with Chris about his latest books - Goth Girl and the Fete Worse than Death and The Sleeper and the Spindle (with Neil Gaiman).…
 
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