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Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. This is an interview show, spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and whose stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
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First we find out how the traprock ridges of this site were created. A Quinnipiac Medicine Man tells why this site was important to their tribe. Bill Brown talks about the why the park was created. Celia Lewis tells us about the many birds that depend on this site. We also investigate plants and critters that live here.
 
This site is where it all begins, the headwaters of the Mill River. Hear about the Quinnipiac legend of Sleeping Giant, the unusual birds that can be seen in these woods, and the diverse and plentiful wildlife that lives here. Historian Bob Gryswecz talks about changes in the path of the river and how people have used it.
 
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21st Precinct - Polizei-Drama

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21st Precinct - Polizei-Drama

Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 (Old Time Radio Researchers Group)

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21st Precinct wurde vom 7. Juli 1953 bis zum 1. November 1956 über das CBS Netzwerk ausgestrahlt. 21st Precinct war ein Polizei-Drama. CBS hatte sich dazu entschieden, New York City als Basis der Serie zu nutzen und die Geschehnisse in einem echten Polizei-Distrikt stattfinden zu lassen. Das Konzept war es, den Hörer von anfänglichen Anruf bis zum letzten Bericht ins Bild zu setzen. The 21st wurde beschrieben als "nur Linien auf einer Karte von New York City. Most of the 173,000 people wedge ...
 
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21st Precinct

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21st PrecinctGenrePolice dramaRunning time30 minutesCountry of originUnited StatesLanguage(s)EnglishSyndicatesCBSStarringEverett SloaneAnnouncerArt HannaBob HillOriginal release1953 – 195621st Precinct (aka Twenty-First Precinct and Twenty First Precinct) was a police drama broadcast on CBS radio from July 7, 1953, to July 26, 1956. It was initially a summer replacement for My Friend Irma.The program was produced in cooperation with the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association of the City of New Y ...
 
Welcome to our podcast on the sand dredging project providing in formation and updates on the dredging ship that will pump 1.5 Million Cubic metres of sand to provide the new east west runway at the Sunshine Coast Airport.
 
Established in 1977 with license 151 A, Egypt Online Tour is a reputed travel agency offering a wide array of travel services throughout Egypt. Their head office is at Cairo and they also have other branches in all the powerful tourist places within Egypt. The company is specialized in incoming tourism business from Europe and Middle East market.
 
Tide Chasers is a weekly podcast focused on fresh and saltwater fishing on the east coast and will be hosted by @dmancari and @thatasianangler. Topics will range from conservation, to seasonal tactics and gear reviews among others with guests from all sides of the fishing community. We will be featuring local anglers, charter captains and guides, tackle shop owners as well as bait and lure makers. If you like what you hear please subscribe, like, share, and leave us a review! Stay tuned!
 
A history podcast looking at all aspects of WWII, military history, social history, the battles, the campaigns, tanks, gun and other equipment, the politics and those who ran the war. I look at it all. With WW2 slipping from living memory I aim to look at different historical aspects of the Second World War. In each episode of the WWII Podcast I interview an expert on a subject. No topics are out of bounds (as yet), and I cover the military history side of the war as well as looking the home ...
 
Colton Pouncy and Chris Vannini discuss the latest on Michigan State football. Colton brings the insight straight from East Lansing, while Chris brings the historical perspective from Texas. From Mark Dantonio to Sparty to a bite on Grand River Ave., let’s have some fun on the banks of the Red Cedar.
 
Come on in! Unscripted and extremely handsome, Personally Speaking is a comedy show and cocktail party predicated on the idea that everyone has a story to tell. Once a month, your host Christiana guides a live audience through the river Styx of embarrassing memories along with a few storytellers, comedians, and personal friends - all while getting charmingly inebriated.Personally Speaking is a live show recorded in East Hollywood, CA each month. Rating, subscribing, and showing up keep us of ...
 
Your go-to Deer Hunting Podcast! The Southern Outdoorsmen is a show dedicated to diving deep on the topics that will make you a better hunter. We interview guys who are the "real deal", the best hometown deer hunters across the country - the guys who have consistent success deer hunting the same public lands, leases, hunting clubs, or family farms as everyone else. Every Monday we post an episode with fresh tips, tactics and strategies to give you an edge in the woods this fall.
 
Wisconsin is a state shaped by water. From its western border defined by the Mississippi River to two of the five lakes that make up the world’s largest freshwater system to its north and east, the state is awash in this valuable commodity. The interior is defined by more than 15,000 lakes scattered across counties both rural and urban, more than 5 million acres of wetlands, more than 84,000 miles rivers and streams and 1.2 quadrillion gallons of groundwater. Two Wisconsin programs provide a ...
 
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China 411

Zheng Huang and Ken Wilcox

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Purpose: The United States and China are the largest and second largest economies in the world. President Obama calls the relationship the most important bilateral relationship of the 21st century. Yet the relationship is fraught with mistrust and miscalculation, with the potential for catastrophic conflict. Many scholars have written about the complex reasons behind the agreements and disagreements by taking a particular narrative. What they missed is that, on every single issue of importan ...
 
This is a classically trained musician who has a passion for fast hotrods. TJ has been a fan for almost 20 years starting when he was 11. He breaks down NHRA Championship Drag Racing and describes how the cars work in an effort to both enlighten and start good conversations about nitro drag racing. Each week there is a separate topic in regards to the car's technical features.
 
A brand new audio tour, devised to coincide with the launch of the Isle of Dog's heritage Board Walk Trail 2016. Derived from exclusive interviews with those who live and work on the Isle of Dogs, Island Board Board Walk project provides colourful insights into the past, present and future of this fascinating area of London’s old industrial heartland. Inspired by the idea of collective histories, the project centres around the renewal of existing heritage boards which were first installed 20 ...
 
A weekly broadcast of St. Bede’s Episcopal Church in Los Angeles, California—a vibrant and inclusive community of faith serving Venice, Playa Vista, Mar Vista, Ocean Park, Marina Del Rey, and beyond. Each week, Soundwaves will feature the sermon from last Sunday’s worship services. In addition, as often as possible, we will share selections from the extraordinary St. Bede’s music program, update our listeners on church news, and convey the stories of our faith as we live out our baptismal co ...
 
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) enjoys vast deposits of precious minerals and metals. Diamonds are found in the south and center of the country and the land holds 80% of the world’s Coltan, needed in all our mobile phones. It should be one of the richest countries on Earth, but it is not. This Podcast explores why, from the very beginning. A new podcast will be released each Monday every two weeks, the website is https://www.thehistoryofthecongo.com Starting in prehistoric times, ...
 
Established in 1977 with license 151 A, Egypt Online Tour is a reputed travel agency offering a wide array of travel services throughout Egypt. Their head office is at Cairo and they also have other branches in all the powerful tourist places within Egypt. The company is specialized in incoming tourism business from Europe and Middle East market. With an experience of 37 years the company has a good reputation among all the local tour operators and tourist associations as well. They possess ...
 
The Gackle Report is a Bay Area hockey website produced by two Canadians devoted to covering the San Jose Sharks. Throughout the 2014-15 NHL season, Paul and Patrick Gackle, who grew up in Winnipeg, Canada, will produce a daily hockey podcast to fill the Bay Area’s puck talk void while also providing daily news articles about Sharks hockey. The Gackle Report is the place to go for insider coverage of the Sharks and fresh analysis about the latest happenings around the NHL. Paul Gackle grew u ...
 
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A three-thousand-year history of the Yellow River and the legacy of interactions between humans and the natural landscape From Neolithic times to the present day, the Yellow River and its watershed have both shaped and been shaped by human society. Using the Yellow River to illustrate the long-term effects of environmentally significant human activ…
 
Probably the most well-known Chinese philosopher around the world is Kongzi, typically called by his Latinized name, “Confucius.” And yet he did not write a single book. Rather, his students collected Kongzi’s life and teachings into the Analects, a text which has become immensely influential from ancient Confucian traditions up to the current day.…
 
The border between Russia and China is one of the world’s longest, spanning thousands of miles. It’s one of the few extended land borders between two great powers, subject to years of history, conflict and cooperation. Yet for such an important division, there are surprisingly few crossings, with not one passenger bridge in operation. On the Edge: …
 
The Constitution of the United States had established March 4 as Inauguration Day in order to allow enough time after Election Day for officials to gather election returns and for newly-elected candidates to travel to the capital. On April 30, 1789, George Washington was inaugurated in New York City as our first president. Washington was scheduled …
 
In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Lea Ypi, the author of “Free”. Lea Ypi is Professor in Political Theory in the Government Department, London School of Economics, and Adjunct Associate Professor in Philosophy at the Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University. Before joining the LSE, she was a Post-doctoral P…
 
In this outtro Jacob and Andrew discuss BJ Goldmans thoughts on late season hunting and how he has found a way to use it to his advantage when targeting big mature bucks. They dive in on targeting food plots in late season, late dropping acorns from trees like water oaks, as well as natural browse that whitetails love such as Greenbriar and honeysu…
 
A strong snowstorm struck the Northeastern part of the United State on January 19, 1961. It was the day before the inauguration of President John K Kennedy, temperatures held steady during the 19th at 20 and snowfall fell at 1–2 inches per hour and a total of 8 inches fell during the night, causing transportation and logistical problems in Washingt…
 
Last week, the Japanese had commenced their most important operation: the capture of the Dutch East Indies and the important resources that it harboured; yet this week, they would also start a new operation for the invasion of the island of New Britain, further trying to interrupt the lines of communication between Australia and the US. And as the …
 
In Folk Literati, Contested Tradition, and Heritage in Contemporary China: Incense Is Kept Burning (Indiana UP, 2020), Ziying You explores the role of the "folk literati" in negotiating, defining, and maintaining local cultural heritage. Expanding on the idea of the elite literati―a widely studied pre-modern Chinese social group, influential in cul…
 
In Folk Literati, Contested Tradition, and Heritage in Contemporary China: Incense Is Kept Burning (Indiana UP, 2020), Ziying You explores the role of the "folk literati" in negotiating, defining, and maintaining local cultural heritage. Expanding on the idea of the elite literati―a widely studied pre-modern Chinese social group, influential in cul…
 
In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Mikhaila Peterson, the host of “The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast”. Mikhaila Peterson is a Canadian podcaster, CEO, and lifestyle and diet blogger. Her podcast, "The Mikhaila Peterson Podcast" provides a platform where she hosts a wide range of experts to discuss health, cultural phenomena, politics, an…
 
During the Dust Bowl days of the 1930s much of the Great plains of the United States was bone dry. Because there was little rainfall the ground was dry. Daytime heat is derived from the ground heating up from the sun and then heating the lowest level of the atmosphere from the warming ground. The amount of moisture in the ground has a great impact …
 
In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Brad Taylor, the author of “End of Days”. Brad Taylor was born on Okinawa, Japan, but grew up on 40-acres in rural Texas. Graduating from the University of Texas, he was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army Infantry. Brad served for more than 21 years, retiring as a Special Forces Li…
 
International pressure forced the Belgian government to succeed King Leopold II, and The Belgian Congo was born. The Belgian people were not unanimously behind colonialism, although the colony was supported by the socialist government on the grounds of developmental support. But the companies who were developing were also exploiting, although now u…
 
BJ Goldman loves the post rut time frame when it comes to targeting mature bucks - so this week we sit down to talk all about his thoughts on post rut hunting. We go over what it is about post rut hunting that he feels actually gives him an advantage when targeting mature bucks, along with several key factors that he says goes in to his post rut su…
 
The overwhelming majority of tea practitioners in contemporary Japan are women, but there has been little discussion on their historical role in tea culture (chanoyu). In Cultivating Femininity: Women and Tea Culture in Edo and Meiji Japan (U Hawaii Press, 2019), Rebecca Corbett (USC East Asian Library) writes women back into this history and shows…
 
The Rev. Dr. Akani Fletcher preaches on the life and legacy of The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Following the sermon, there are two musical selections: Wade in the water | Words: Traditional African-American Spiritual | Music: Trad., arr. Carl Haywood Lift Every Voice and Sing | Music: J. Rosamond Johnson…
 
In Edmonton, Alberta a massive snowstorm struck on January 17, 1994. Snow was whipped into huge drifts and visibility was severely limited. When storm like this strike they have widespread and even historic impacts. But all such events are personal and there are individual stories that amaze or are harrowing and don’t rise to the level of historic …
 
Young people are NOT "the Church of tomorrow", they are the Church of today! Jesus has called us to raise up the next generation, teaching them to know, trust, and obey God, and inspiring them to live a life that counts for Jesus. THE FUTURE'S BRIGHT // Though we live in a dark world, the future is always bright in the Kingdom of God, and in this c…
 
Laura runs Laura's Little Bakery based in Liverpool. Over the last 11 years, she has built a superb business which is very highly regarded throughout the hospitality community in the area. It all started for Laura baking cakes at home. Over the 11 year period, she has tried many things and tested ways to expand the business in a way which is sustai…
 
On this weeks episode, we welcome Matt Ertzinger @m_eflyfish of Tailwater Lodge and West Branch Angler to the Tide Chasers Podcast! Matt is a guide on the famous Salmon river and Upper Delaware and is really good at his job. Either by floating or wading he will make sure that you will have the best experience on the water and if you’re lucky, maybe…
 
January 16, 1916 brought a massive storm to California. Sweeping in off the Pacific Ocean the storm was pulling plenty of moisture northward all the way from Hawaii in what is often called the Pineapple Express. The storm struck with a vengeance with powerful gusts of wins that toppled trees and ripped off roofs from the San Francisco Bay area all …
 
In September 1944 a young Marine name Eugene Sledge landed on the Pacific Island of Peleliu. As a mortarman, stretcher-bearer and rifleman Sledge would fight his way across Peleliu then the Japanese island of Okinawa, arguably two of the fiercest and filthiest battles of the Pacific campaign. After the war, Eugene Sledge became a professor at Monte…
 
The winter of 1779-1780 had been fairly cold in the New York City area, with ice flows recorded on the North River – now known as the Hudson and the East River through the start of January 1780. But on January 15 the ice flows started to harden and merge together all the way out to the south of the city in the main harbor of New York freezing solid…
 
On this week Listener Success Story Jacob talks with listener Marc Smith of East Central Texas about a 3 year journey for his target Pope & Young 8 point named "Ocho". Marc talks about how specific episodes have played a factor for him like ep. 116 with Glen Solomon and more recently ep. 297 with Bobby Worthington. This may just be one of our favor…
 
A three-thousand-year history of the Yellow River and the legacy of interactions between humans and the natural landscape From Neolithic times to the present day, the Yellow River and its watershed have both shaped and been shaped by human society. Using the Yellow River to illustrate the long-term effects of environmentally significant human activ…
 
Southern California's greatest snow occurred on this date. Fifteen inches blanketed San Bernardino, and even San Diego reported a trace of snow. According to the “History of Riverside, California” by Edgar Wallace Holmes, Jan. 11,1882 was a beautiful day. But the temperature dropped that night, it became overcast and snow began falling around daybr…
 
25 years on, Florida's first serial killer GJ Schaefer returns with a new expanded volume of illustrated killer fiction, featuring the stories used to convict him of double murder in 1973. The ex-cop and serial killer was doing two life sentences for the murder of two teenage girls, when he himself murdered in 1995. Sondra London first published a …
 
“Kashmir” carries the burden of being known as one of the world’s biggest flashpoints. If a novel, TV show, or video game wants an easy international crisis, there’s a good chance Kashmir will be the crisis of choice. But while Kashmir is globally known, few understand the roots of the conflict—or what the people that live in Kashmir actually think…
 
Elizabeth Bigley - better known as Cassie Chadwick - might be the most successful confidence artist in American history that you've never heard of. She swindled her way across the eastern United States during the height of the Gilded Age, committing fraud at every opportunity. In her greatest con, she posed as the illegitimate daughter of robber ba…
 
Ice along the Texas Gulf coast is not unknown, but it is a rarity to accumulate more than a thin ice coating, mainly on bridges and overpasses. Usually when that icing does occur it happening in the early morning hours and the common practice is simply to let it melt as the sun rises and heats up the roadways enough to raise the temperature above f…
 
Afghanistan is no stranger to winter cold and snow. Much of the country is mountainous and the higher terrain is conducive to bitter cold winter temperatures and snow. Major snow storms are not common – but not terribly unusual either. On January 11, 2008, a massive winter storm blasted the country with a wind-wiped heavy snowfall. Dozens were kill…
 
Om this episode we go over some of the highlights of ATA - then shift gears to discussing a nice buck that Thomas was able to take on some public land in Arkansas earlier this year. https://linktr.ee/SoPartners Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Andrew Maxwell & Jacob Myers
 
After an entire month of fighting, and with both Malaya and the Philippines thrown against the ropes, the time had finally come for the final step of the Japanese advance. Now, the Dutch East Indies, the final link in their planned defensive chain across the Pacific, stood open for a Japanese attack. And as the Japanese prepared to execute one of t…
 
The first week of January 1918 brought a persistent bitter cold the upper Midwest and the great lakes region. In many places high temperatures barely reached the freezing mark. Already storages brought on by World War I were being felt in the region with scarcity of fuel to heat homes. Then an even colder air mass that had been building across the …
 
For almost a decade, Backpage.com was the world’s largest sex trafficking operation. Seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day, in 800 cities throughout the world, Backpage ran thousands of listings advertising the sale of vulnerable young people for sex. Reaping a cut off every transaction, the owners of the website raked in millions of dollars. …
 
This week we go into the vault to find two of our favorite listener success stories from last season! Perry Bundy of NC is our listener success story of the day! Perry recently knocked down an absolute stud of a North Carolina buck recently - and we dive into how he utilized advice from his hunting mentors, along with guests from this podcast, to p…
 
Snow, continuous and heavy with sustained winds estimated at 30-35 mph, gusting to 60 mph struck Edinboro, PA on January 10, 1982, as bitter cold air moved out of Canada and across the Great Lakes resulting in a massive diplay of Lake-effect snowfall. Mountainous drifts caused roads to be shut down. Between 3 and 4 feet of new snow, well above the …
 
Jesus comes to the shore of the River Jordan to be baptized. Since Christ’s Baptism, countless Christians have come to the faith through the waters of Baptism. Pastor Ryan’s message challenges us to explore what it means to not only embrace but embody Christ in our lives. We find both our personhood and purpose through the waters of Baptism. Follow…
 
In this church family, we see serving as a privilege. To be used by Jesus as his hands and feet is a beautiful responsibility. Serving proves our faith, cultivates humility, and leads us to fulfill the Great Commission. THE FUTURE'S BRIGHT // Though we live in a dark world, the future is always bright in the Kingdom of God, and in this church! We'r…
 
Omar started Tapas Revolution several years ago with two aims - to bring authentic spanish food to UK restaurants and to encourage people to cook authentic spanish food at home. Since then, Omar has worked hard to promote spanish food through restaurant openings, media appearances, cookbook releases and more. On the podcast, Omar talks us through h…
 
On this weeks episode, we welcome Tim Regan @southforksalt to the Tide Chasers Podcast! Tim is a man of many titles-including certified drone pilot, field editor for On The Water Magazine and surf fly fishing guide on Long Island-and he jumps on this week to chat about all of them with us. Tim’s work with the drone is absolutely mesmerizing and we …
 
January 9, 1975 marked one of the coldest days across the parries of western Canada. Arctic cold had move out of Siberia and across Alaska and the Yukon and then southward. Along the southern fringes of the cold weather a storm laden with moisture from the Pacific Ocean had slammed into the pacific northwest of the United States and was moving east…
 
Bitter cold air moved westward out of Siberia in the first week of January 1981 and settled in across much of the European continent. Temperatures remained below freezing night and day in Germany and France and across the British isles and southward to the Mediterranean coast. Northern Italy and Greece were not spared the arctic chill. On the south…
 
In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Stephen Marche, the author of “The Next Civil War: Dispatches from the American Future”. Stephen Marche is a novelist, essayist and cultural commentator. He has written opinion pieces and essays for The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Atlantic, Esquire, The Walrus and many others. He is the host…
 
Jacob made his Iowa trip happen and it paid off BIG TIME! On Sunday Jacob was able to connect on a heck of a buck! Tune in to hear all about his tacitcs, how this hunt is differing from the Dilla's trip earlier in December, and how Michael and Matthew Perry plan to fill Michael's tag in the last few days of the hunt. This podcast has a ton of laugh…
 
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