Best gallant podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Gallant At Night
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7p-11p Monday thru Friday
 
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David Gallant
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Boston Tech and Nightclub DJ
 
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Jason Gallant's Podcast
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Jason Gallant talks to you about spirituality and how it can help you in achieving happiness.
 
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Gallant At Night
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Paul Gallant talks about literally anything and everything in the world of sports, the world of entertainment, the world of food, the world of the world. Tune in from 7p-11p every weeknight for the only local night show in Houston.
 
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Spoiler Alert
Weekly
 
Paul Gallant & Jim Mudd break down the top shows on TV, the best movies and pop culture. They also spoil everything for you. Consider this your Spoiler Alert
 
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The Gallantcast
Monthly
 
Paull Gallant takes a look at well, whatever is on his mind at the time. Tune in, you'll get a little bit of everything and a lot of everything else.
 
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Ollie & Si
Weekly
 
Join Sony Award nominated best mates, Ollie Gallant and Si Alexander, as they discuss the last 7 days on planet earth. Join the lads as they explore the twitterverse to find out what’s trending across the world and reveal what has been going on in their personal lives. Top 100 Comedy on iTunes, 5 star reviews - “Authentic,” “funny" and “real”... are just some of the words to describe the podcast's higher in the charts than this one.
 
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Distilled
Monthly
 
Aubrey Goodman, information architect, and Charles Gallant, user experience designer, work together to solve big problems. In this hopefully weekly podcast, they drink bourbon and talk about apps, technology, interactivity, product design, and more.They are not podcasting experts. These recordings are raw, with minimal editing, and there is always bourbon involved, so hold onto your hats. Here there be cowboys. Thanks for listening!Video episodes on Vimeo
 
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AD Live
Daily+
 
Live from the trenches as two young gentleman declare all out war on public enemy number one: political correctness.
 
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Syngenta UK Podcast
Rare
 
Syngenta UK Podcast
 
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Behind The Mic
Monthly+
 
Landry Locker and Paul Gallant take a critical, in-depth look at life the radio industry, the world of sports and whatever the hell else comes up.
 
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Running Fox by GREGOR, Elmer Russell
 
Having reached the age of sixteen winters, Running Fox, the son of Black Panther, a famous Delaware war-chief, determined to establish his reputation as a warrior. He knew, however, that before he could gain admission into the gallant company of fighting men he would have to prove his courage and ability in some daring exploit. - Summary by Elmer Gregor
 
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English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs
 
Jack the Giant-Killer, Tom Thumb, Goldilocks and The Three Bears, Henny Penny, Dick Whittington, The Three Little Pigs, Red Riding Hood and a host of immortal characters are found in this delightful collection of English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs. The book made its first appearance in 1890 and has remained a firm favorite with both young and old ever since. Fairy tales have traditionally emanated from France and Germany. The famous compilations by La Fontaine and the Brothers Grimm have o ...
 
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Visit to Three Fronts: June 1916, A by DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan
 
In the course of May 1916, the Italian authorities expressed a desire that some independent observer from Great Britain should visit their lines and report his impressions. It was at the time when our brave and capable allies had sustained a set-back in the Trentino owing to a sudden concentration of the Austrians, supported by very heavy artillery. I was asked to undertake this mission. In order to carry it out properly, I stipulated that I should be allowed to visit the British lines first ...
 
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Soldier's Letters to Charming Nellie, A by POLLEY, Joseph Benjamin
 
Whether written in camp, in hospital, or in hospitable home, the letters tell a plain, unvarnished, and true story of the observations and experiences, the impressions and feelings, of a soldier whose only personal regret is that he could not be one of those whose paroles at Appomattox are patents incontestable that they fought for the right as they saw it, as long as there was a hope to encourage them. Though not intended as history, they are historical in the respect that they narrate actu ...
 
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Tom Slade On The River by FITZHUGH, Percy Keese
 
Published with the permission of the Boy Scouts of America, this is one of a series of adventure books for boys telling of the adventures and exploits of scout Tom Slade and his chums. “Let your boy grow up with Tom Slade,” was a suggestion which thousands of parents followed , making TOM SLADE BOOKS the most popular boys’ books published in their day. "They take Tom Slade through a series of typical boy adventures through his tenderfoot days as a scout, through his gallant days as an Americ ...
 
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Exploits of Brigadier Gerard, The by DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan
 
The hero, Etienne Gerard, is a Hussar in the French Army during the Napoleonic Wars. Gerard's most notable attribute is his vanity - he is utterly convinced that he is the bravest soldier, greatest swordsman, accomplished horseman and gallant lover in all France. Gerard is not entirely wrong since he displays notable bravery on many occasions, but his self-satisfaction undercuts this quite often. Obsessed with honour and glory, he is always ready with a stirring speech or a gallant remark to ...
 
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Helen's Babies by John Habberton
 
Harry Burton, salesman of white-goods, bachelor of twenty-eight leads a charmed existence. A letter from his sister, Helen changes his life forever. She and her husband have been invited for a holiday but they can't find anyone to baby-sit their two toddlers, five-year-old Budge and three-year-old Toddie. Ever the gallant helpful, Harry steps in, foreseeing nothing but a relaxed vacation with lots of books to read and thinks baby-sitting's a breeze. But destiny has other plans. Harry has lon ...
 
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Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas
 
First serialized from January to August, 1845, Twenty Years After is the second book in The D’Artagnan Romances, and follows the gallant adventures of the musketeers, as they are once again summoned to alleviate the various threats that lurk in the political scene of France, as the country is threatened by a possible uprising. Enriched with exciting and well-developed characters, the novel adds more detail to its familiar characters, as the musketeers have matured and are portrayed in a more ...
 
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Adventures of Gerard, The by DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan
 
These lesser known stories were penned by Conan Doyle during the period between killing off Sherlock Holmes in 1893 and reluctantly resurrecting him some ten years later. The swashbuckling, eponymous hero, Etienne Gerard, is one of Napoleon's gallant French Hussars, who considers himself the finest of them all. Through these "Boys Own Adventures", Conan Doyle pokes gentle fun at both the French and the English. This is the second volume containing eight adventures. (Summary by Phil)
 
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Spirit of Youth and the City Streets, The by ADDAMS, Jane
 
Much of the material in the following pages has appeared in current publications. It is here presented in book form in the hope that it may prove of value to those groups of people who in many cities are making a gallant effort to minimize the dangers which surround young people and to provide them with opportunities for recreation. (Introduction by Jane Addams) Jane Addams (1860 – 1935) was the first American woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In a long, complex career, she was a pi ...
 
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Arms and the Man by SHAW, George Bernard
 
Arms and the Man is a comedy by George Bernard Shaw that takes place in 1885, during the Serbo-Bulgarian War. Raina Petkoff is engaged to the gallant Sergius Saranoff, hero of the recent Bulgarian victory over the Serbs. But she is distracted by the abrupt arrival of Captain Bluntschli, a Swiss mercenary who fought for the Serbian army. He takes refuge in her bedroom after the battle and although he is initially threatening, reveals that he carries chocolate creams instead of bullets. Will R ...
 
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Landry Locker and Paul Gallant discuss the latest in the radio industry, media wars, the NFL two weeks into the season, the college football weekend and much more.
 
On tonight's Gallant at Night podcast, Paul weighed in on the Texans release of Jaelen Strong...and why they cut him. He also talked about Bill O'Brien's offense, the Astros clinching the division, and what went down in the NFL. Plus, is UT back? (Haha, no . . . and neither is A&M).
 
Paul is jealous of a generation, Liam Neeson may be retiring from action movies and more in the Last Call/I Learned Something.
 
Paul feels he missed out on the message board era and more Texans talk in the Late Night Snack.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
In the Nightly News: More Brian Cushing suspension reaction, Justin Verlander dominates the Angels and more.
 
Paul reacts to the 10-game suspension of Texans LB Brian Cushing.
 
Paul predicts what will go down in Thursday night's matchup between the Texans and the Bengals.
 
Paul stumbled upon a scathing rap song Duane Brown made concerning his holdout from the Texans.
 
Industry: How does a broadcaster tell if they've had a good show? What does everyone in the industry have in common and what are some things that happen when someone tastes success? Sports: Bill O'Brien's handling of Deshaun Watson, NFL Week 1 reactions and is a bar really a place to watch college football?…
 
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Gallant At Night
 
Paul offers his final thoughts on the Texans' week one loss and the future of the team.
 
Paul breaks down the rest of the NFL weekend action in the 10 Minute Drill.
 
Continued reaction to the Texans' 29-7 loss vs the Jags with caller input.
 
Paul is open to any suggestions as to what the Texans can do to improve their offense.
 
Paul reacts to the Texans' flat performance vs the Jaguars to open the season.
 
Paul talks about the Texans/Jaguars game, the quarterback situation and other shaky NFL situations.
 
In the Last Call: Strippers tell us how to treat them, a Bill Belichick rap song and more.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
Paul breaks down the must-see games of the weekend and where to find them.
 
Paul debuts a new segment with his takes on the weekend's biggest games.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
In the Late Night Snack: Andy Reid is skinnier, Lonzo Ball is rapping and more.
 
Paul wonders how soon the Texans can establish a solid offensive identity.
 
Paul wonders if the Texans can emulate the Chiefs' performance when they face off againsts the Jaguars Sunday.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
Barstool Sports blogger Uncle Chaps joins Paul to discuss Texans vs Jags, beer and more.
 
Paul thinks the Pats loss may be good news for the rest of the AFC.
 
Paul predicts how the Texans' season opener vs the Jaguars may go down.
 
Paul reacts to Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett saying he feared for his life during an incident with the police in Vegas.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
In the Late Night Snack: Mike Leach might believe in aliens and Kirk Cousins has a weird explanation for his contract situation in Washington.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
Paul responds to Seth Payne's comments towards him during the morning show.
 
Paul reacts to the debut of new Astros pitcher Justin Verlander.
 
Slim Thug and ESG join Paul Gallant to talk sports, Houston rap history and a lot more.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
The end of a long-running Gallant At Night institution, JJ Watt raised a ton of money for a good cause and more.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
Paul reacts to the Ezekiel Elliot suspension upholding, crazy weekend college football games, Tilman Fertitta buying the Rockets and more in the 10 Minute Drill.
 
Paul is confused by Texans left tackle Duane Brown's comments concerning his ongoing holdout.
 
Are there more pressing issues with the Astros than their new pitcher's debut performance?
 
Landry Locker and Paul Gallant discuss the tragedy in Houston, the opening weekend of college football, the hackish things people do this time of the year, the hypocrisy of two college fan bases in the state of Texas, Tom Herman's biggest problems, the Ezikiel Elliot drama and more.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
Matt Hammond and producer Ryan Rockett break down Lonzo Ball's terrible hip-hop takes and Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
Matt Hammond and producer Ryan Rockett share their journalism work experiences and the relevance of the institution today.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
In the Late Night Snack: The "withdrawal method" gains popularity, Kevin Durant's weird Rick James tattoo and more.
 
Matt Hammond reacts to JJ Watt's massive donation effort for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
In the Nightly News: The Browns cut Brock Osweiler, more Texans contract extensions, Astros Twitter goes at Matt Hammond and more.
 
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Gallant At Night
 
Matt Hammond breaks down Texans WR Deandre Hopkins' contract extension and the heartwarming response nationwide in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
 
Matt Hammond reacts to the Astros trading for Tigers star pitcher Justin Verlander.
 
On Gallant at Night, Paul talk other Texans getting contract extentions.
 
On Gallant at Night Nightly News, Paul talk LeMelo Ball new shoe, and more.
 
On Gallant at Night, Paul talk Game of Thrones Finale on Nerd it Up
 
Gallant at Night Late Night Snack
 
On Gallant at Night, Paul talks Fistbump or Handshake.
 
On Gallant at Night, Paul talks DeAndre Hopkins new contract extension.
 
On Gallant at Night Paul talks DeAndre Hopkins and what his extention means for Daune Brown.
 
WARNING: This episode is SHADE AND FULL OF SPOILERS. Are you reeling from the death of a Great and sexy man (I KNOW IT'S WEIRD, I DON'T CARE), and gallant flying beings? Did you love seeing John Snow bend the knee (in so many ways)? You shipping Brianne and Tormund? You like when Bran says "I KNOW EVERYTHING....WHY YOU HEAR BOI?" YOU THINK EURO ...…
 
Paul reacts to a former Oilers linebacker's Hall of Fame nomination, questions what the best time of our lives is and more in the Last Call/I Learned Something.
 
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