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The SwitchCast is more than a show where we talk about Nintendo Switch news and game reviews. We are a lively community of Nintendo Switch players who organize competitive events, contests, and interviews with some of the coolest names in the industry. So listen in, chat with us on Discord, find us on Facebook, and become part of the Switch revolution!
 
The best short fiction, handpicked by the best voice in podcasting. In every episode, host LeVar Burton (Roots, Reading Rainbow, Star Trek) invites you to take a break from your daily life, and dive into a great story. LeVar’s narration blends with gorgeous soundscapes to bring stories by Neil Gaiman, Haruki Murakami, Octavia Butler, Ray Bradbury and more to life. So, if you’re ready, let’s take a deep breath...
 
Welcome to Haken: An Animal Crossing Podcast. If you love Animal Crossing, you've come to the perfect place. Join us every Tuesday to talk about all things Animal Crossing including speculation for Animal Crossing Switch, updates to Pocket Camp, and our own experiences with the game. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/haken-an-animal-crossing-podcast/support
 
The Dimension Door Podcast is a Pathfinder TTRPG actual-play of Paizo's Reign of Winter adventure path. The Game Master (James Schwarz) guides a marvelous group of adventurers as they investigate a mysterious pocket of winter that has cropped up in the nearby forest during the middle of summer. Joining in the storytelling are David Miller, Elizabeth Wilcox, and Amanda and Zac Kreitler. Using dice and rules, their characters will work together to... save the world?!? https://www.dimensiondoor ...
 
Take a minute to hear a family-friendly review of the hottest movie, YouTube video, streaming series, video game, or new technology to help you decide if it’s a good choice for your kids and family. Hosted by Focus on the Family’s media and culture analysts, these reviews for parents offer a fresh Christian perspective on entertainment from a Biblical worldview.
 
WELCOME TO NOCLIP! We are a fortnightly, book club-styled podcast in which we attempt to go in-depth on an individual video game and figure out what makes it unique. Episodes are around an hour to an hour and a half long and primarily feature free form discussion on themes and mechanics present in each episode’s titular game. Bear in mind that we are not reviewers, so as far as we critique the games at hand, our intent is not to convince you to play any particular work. SPOILER WARNING: Give ...
 
Come with us as we delve into the mysterious and exciting world of sports science… This entertaining podcast explores: • The science behind the world’s best athletes. • Current issues and events in the world of sport. • How to master the art and science of coaching. Every Monday, Matt Solomon chats with various experts to uncover the science and secrets behind what makes the best athletes in the world so damn good at what they do. They’ll also dive into global issues and events affecting the ...
 
Welcome to the Perfectly Mentored podcast! This podcast is designed to be your in-pocket mentor. Everything you will need to achieve success will be discussed. We'll share tips on: Business, marketing, finance, mindset, and more all delivered with entertainment and superstar guests! We will give you everything you need to get you ahead of the game. We will also try and answer any questions that you may have on your own journeys. So Take a listen and become PERFECTLY MENTORED."One of the best ...
 
Looking for the best picks against the spread, sharp action on the total and props you can take to the ticket window? Join The Coach, Jonathan Coachman, on the Early Edge as he speaks with the best handicappers to preview every day’s biggest games. From primetime picks to off-the-radar locks, Early Edge is bringing you the best bets in a quick, informative and easy to digest podcast. We promise to keep it short, sweet and to the point as SportsLine’s best experts come together to put some gr ...
 
Come and listen to some of the best Green Bay Packers podcasts on the internet. One subscribe gets you access to an entire stable of distinct content from some great Packers podcasters! Packers Therapy--the longest-running Packers podcast in existence! Chris and Dave bring their unique and entertaining takes on the Packers, pop culture, and betting lines week in and week out. Take a listen to this engaging pod, and you'll never be able to let it go! Cheesehead Radio - Going on its 11th seaso ...
 
In the Pocket is a show about NFL, hosted by two Americans who find themselves living in Melbourne Australia. Each week, listen to Steve Salisbury and Jay Mueller talk about what they love best. Our show is passionate. It’s informative. It’s a celebration. In fact, it’s the podcast equivalent of a tailgate party: fans standing around laughing about the characters and story lines of each week’s gladiatorial soap opera. The only thing missing is the smell of grilled meat (you can provide the m ...
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1005 Plugged In is a Focus on the Family publication designed to shine a light on the world of popular entertainment while giving families the essential tools they need to understand, navigate and impact the culture in which they live. Through our reviews, articles and discussions, we hope to spark intellectual thought, spiritual growth and a desire to follow the command of Colossians 2:8: "See to it that no one tak ...
 
Interviews with the researchers, founders, and investors of the BioTech industry. An insiders look into what is going on in the world of BioTech, from curing aging to psychedelic therapy, we interview the game changers of the industry. The unsung hero's that are moving the industry forward in a significant way. The world is going to be a vastly different place in the next 10-20 years because of what's happening in the BioTech industry right now.Human civilization will move forward farther, f ...
 
Welcome to Will Save, a weekly science fiction actual play podcast set in the universe of Starfinder! Through storytelling, some dice rolls, the rules of Starfinder, and just a dash of luck, four strangers begin a journey that could unravel the silent threats veiled in the galaxy's darkest corners. How far will they go for the truth? Find out as we play Paizo's "The Threefold Conspiracy" Starfinder Adventure Path! Connect with us! We love notifications and mail of all kinds! Twitter: @WillSa ...
 
A mature and blatantly honest weekly Podcast that's akin to going round your mates house and talking about the gaming world, but without the dancing girls and all that messy business with biscuits and beverages. Hosts Matt and Daren bring you an adult perspective, personal views and opinions of the gaming world. Regular features include, but not limited to, the weekly round-up of news, new releases, games played and even a quiz to test your knowlegde, all peppered with their unique brand of ...
 
Dynasty fantasy football podcast with an emphasis on player values, social psychology and game theory. Hosted by Sonny Platt (@bigknowledgeffb), the podcast combines player analysis, trade and negotiation strategies, social psychology discussions, industry trends, dynasty football news, football X’s and O’s and more! All from the perspective of 1QB and superflex dynasty fantasy football leagues.
 
Intended for the discerning but time-strapped gamer, The Daily Daze is meant to provide news and wisdom concerning the various facets of geek culture and the entertainment industry. Each episode strives to cover something unique, interesting, and/or just a little controversial.
 
Game Changers in Medicine is a groundbreaking medical history podcast about the serendipitous events, chance encounters, and unlikely heroes and heroines behind some of the world’s most significant medical discoveries. Through oral histories, memoirs, and other first-person accounts, we get to know the scientists whose curiosity, innovation, and dogged determination contributed to game-changing medical discoveries that almost didn’t happen—and which continue to define patient care today.Crea ...
 
In An Hour of our Time Podcast, we choose a new topic each episode. Topics range from sociopolitical, to scientific, to historical. We each perform an hour of research followed by a marginally focused one hour discussion. Featuring: Joe, Dave, and Mark. Fun for anyone who enjoys funny but sometimes frustrating tangents of referential conversation. For mature audiences.
 
minmei decelis, who has been the driving force behind the experimental electronica project My Boyfriend the Pilot for over 12 years, exeggcutes an exercise in mindfulness regarding her favorite video game franchise. 650+ tracks slated, one for each Pocket Monster, and if you watch closely, you might catch some shiny and alternate forms.
 
The New Screen Savers is a variety show for tech on the TWiT network. The show stars Leo Laporte and is co-hosted by Megan Morrone and Jason Howell. Viewers get live tech help, interesting guests, insights into the latest innovations, products, scientist, and trends, plus lots of fun things thrown in, too. There are special guest co-host appearances from Patrick Norton, Kate Botello, Kevin Rose, Martin Sargent, and more. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes fr ...
 
In the depths of the internet, in the muck of modern day "gaming journalism" there is a team so unconcerned with the rest of the video game aether, so disassociated from the echo chamber of social media that you're going to get their unbridled opinions whether you want to or not. They are "Analog Out".
 
Chris and Teri bring to light what is really under the hood of the healthcare system and wellness in general from their first hand experience and their guests. In order to win in the healthcare game you need to do it different from the masses...they tell you when and where those times exist. We know you're busy, have bills to pay and healthcare is crazy expensive. Spend 20-30 minutes with us (listen at 1.5x is you have to!) and we guarantee you will learn a something you can leverage to live ...
 
Formation Alpha is a bi-weekly nerd show podcast where we talk about your favorite nerd culture news. This includes, but is not limited to video games, movies, comics, and anime. If you are a fan of these outlets, we are positive you will feel right at home. If you are unfamiliar with these topics, we encourage you to listen, in the hopes that you to will join us as fans, too!
 
Gyasmine connects with women & those who desire to learn more about sports & entertainment as they co-exist. Gyasmine gives sports based relationship advice to women as it pertains to the sports fans in their lives. Female Field Guide! A woman's cheat sheet! Learn, laugh & love the game! Email the host!: info@femalefieldguide.com Gyasmine is the first BTR Host to have her own show app! VISIT THE ANDROID MARKETPLACE &DOWNLOAD THE FFG APP ON YOUR ANDROID AND IPHONE! Check out the Female Field ...
 
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Grand Final Preview and Predictions, NBL 1st and 2nd Teams, the fan drama in Perth and question time. Struggling? Reach out to Lifeline Australia on 13 11 14 Twitter: Joseph via @nblpocketpod and Andrew via @andrewcanion Patreon: patreon.com/nblpocketpodcast Booktopia: https://booktopia.kh4ffx.net/c/2324741/607517/9632 Join us on Twitch: https://ww…
 
Jonatan Coachman is joined by Rick Gehman to break down his favorite picks, props and bets for the 2021 Travelers Championship. Use promo code ‘EDGE’ when signing up for a new account at SportsLine.com to get your first 30 days FREE! Join our Discord server: http://discord.gg/gP3jcQE53g — The Early Edge is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stit…
 
Jonathan Coachman is joined by Mike McClure, Zack Cimini and Larry Hartstein to dish out Wednesday’s best bets. Use promo code ‘EDGE’ when signing up for a new account at SportsLine.com to get your first 30 days FREE! Join our Discord server: http://discord.gg/gP3jcQE53g — The Early Edge is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox an…
 
The passengers, aware of the greater danger to the ship, make the opening move to prevent it. Is it the right one? Find out this time on Will Save! Follow us on social media, check out our website WillSaveThePodcast.com for more, and if you like us, leave a review wherever you listen! Will Save is Nico Orion - Nick Belcher (@BelcherNicholas) RICK-1…
 
Talking all kinds of mess about Game 1 & 2, Mooney, Magnay, Landale, Kevin White, 'The Soul of Basketball', Bendat bailing out, NBL re-signings and this little publicised Ben Simmons-76ers-Boomers thing. Have you heard? Twitter: Joseph via @nblpocketpod and Andrew via @andrewcanion Patreon: patreon.com/nblpocketpodcast Booktopia: https://booktopia.…
 
Jonathan Coachman is joined by Mike McClure, Zack Cimini and Larry Hartstein to dish out Tuesday’s best bets. Use promo code ‘EDGE’ when signing up for a new account at SportsLine.com to get your first 30 days FREE! Join our Discord server: http://discord.gg/gP3jcQE53g — The Early Edge is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox and …
 
[A new format for you today. I welcome your feedback on whether you’d enjoy more episodes released in this style] I’m very pleased to welcome Terry Davis (10-year NBA veteran). All going to plan, Terry will join the show at a future date for a deep dive on his life in basketball. Here, Terry reflects on his NBA return and pivotal role in the debut …
 
Chris Naugle is known as America's #1 Money Mentor. He helps individuals gain a better perspective on fund management and financial literacy. From establishing his startup business to working as a financial advisor on Wall Street, Chris was in a long and rough cycle of financial turmoil—until he learned the million-dollar mindset that forever chang…
 
A slower week after E3, there isn't much Animal Crossing News to discuss. Sergio and I received our K.K. Slider Build-A-Bears and we talk about our thoughts on the new plushie. After that, Nina teaches us about the Amazing Painting in New Horizons. We get a wonderful background on the piece that goes beyond the information from Blathers. After that…
 
Jonathan Coachman is joined by Zack Cimini and Larry Hartstein to dish out Monday’s best bets. Use promo code ‘EDGE’ when signing up for a new account at SportsLine.com to get your first 30 days FREE! Join our Discord server: http://discord.gg/gP3jcQE53g — The Early Edge is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox and wherever else y…
 
Controlling nerve cells with light opened new ways to study the brain A method called optogenetics offers insights into memory, perception and addiction Optogenetics turns nerve cells into light-controlled puppets.
 
Tree farts' contribute about a fifth of greenhouse gases from ghost forests The findings are helping researchers get a detailed accounting of the planet's carbon budget Ghost forests (one pictured in North Carolina) are coastal woodlands drowned by sea level rise.
 
A study of Earth's crust hints that supernovas aren't gold mines The stellar explosions can't be the main source for heavy elements, new data suggest Supernovas like the one that formed the Crab Nebula (pictured) have long been thought to forge heavy elements.
 
European fire ant chemicals may send spiders scurrying away But don't go adding the invasive, biting insects to your home as an arachnid repellent Chemicals left behind by European fire ants ( Myrmica rubra , shown here in Finland) appear to drive away some North American spiders.
 
Brain implants turn imagined handwriting into text on a screen A person paralyzed from the neck down communicated using the brain-to-text technology A man with electrodes implanted in his brain imagined writing with a pen on paper and saw that text appear on screen, a new study reports.
 
The oldest known tattoo tools were found at an ancient Tennessee site Sharpened turkey leg bones may have served as tattoo needles at least 3,620 years ago Two previously unearthed turkey leg bones with sharpened tips (top) are the oldest known tattooing tools.
 
The Milky Way may have grown up faster than astronomers suspected Most of the galaxy's disk was in place before a major collision 10 billion years ago Much of the Milky Way's characteristic disk (seen edge-on in this image from the Gaia spacecraft) was already in place 10 billion years ago, when an interloper galaxy called Gaia-Enceladus/Sausage co…
 
Record-breaking light has more than a quadrillion electron volts of energy Twelve gamma ray hot spots in space suggest our galaxy harbors powerful particle accelerators The LHAASO observatory (shown), in China, observes ultra high-energy light using detectors spread across a wide area that will eventually cover more than a square kilometer.…
 
A satellite's view of a deadly 2019 eruption could improve volcano monitoring The Whakaari, or White Island, volcano released telltale gases before erupting, data show The Whakaari, or White Island, volcano, seen here in 2011, is New Zealand's most active volcano.
 
Zombie' forest fires may become more common with climate change Wildfires that smolder underground in the winter can reemerge after warm summers A forest fire burns in the distance in Canada's Northwest Territories.
 
A newfound quasicrystal formed in the first atomic bomb test 'Trinitite' contains a material that is ordered but doesn't repeat itself Red trinitite (shown) was formed from melted sand, copper wires and other debris in the aftermath of the Trinity nuclear test.
 
Collapse may not always be inevitable for marine ice cliffs As a result, glacier retreat may not always be as quick as predicted, simulations suggest The collapse of ice cliffs into the sea (as might happen at Antarctica's Getz Ice Sheet, shown) won't necessarily lead to runaway breakup of the glacier upstream, new simulations suggest.…
 
Urchin mobs team up to butcher sea stars that prey on them The spiny invertebrates pin the sea stars' arms in an overwhelming predator-prey role reversal This common sun star ( Crossaster papposus ) was found mangled by dozens of ravenous sea urchins in an aquarium, reversing a classic predator-prey relationship.…
 
A new book uses stories from tsunami survivors to decode deadly waves 'Tsunami' blends harrowing eyewitness accounts with science A tsunami triggered by a massive earthquake in the Indian Ocean in 2004 sent this deadly wave crashing ashore in Ao Nang, Thailand.
 
Some fast radio bursts come from the spiral arms of other galaxies Locating the bursts' homes suggests a connection to ordinary, young stars A Hubble Space Telescope image (left) of a galaxy known to host a 'fast radio burst' helps ID where in the galaxy the blast originated (oval).
 
Dust and a cold spell on Betelgeuse could explain why the giant star dimmed Scientists may finally have an explanation for the star's weird 2019 behavior These images show Betelgeuse before and during its Great Dimming, as seen by the Very Large Telescope in Chile.
 
Playing brain training games regularly doesn't boost brainpower Even among dedicated trainers, the games didn't boost brainpower in a large, real-world test Games to train the brain (one shown) do not boost thinking abilities, a new, real-world study suggests.
 
Gravitational waves confirm a black hole law predicted by Stephen Hawking The area law says that a black hole's surface area cannot decrease over time Gravitational waves from two merging black holes (shown in a simulation), spotted in 2015, revealed that the total surface area of the black holes doesn't decrease when they merge.…
 
MDMA, the key ingredient in Ecstasy, eases symptoms of severe PTSD Along with talk therapy, the drug led to some patients no longer having a PTSD diagnosis Therapists work with a patient during a trial to determine if MDMA could ease symptoms of PTSD. A majority of patients who received the drug were no longer diagnosed with the disorder after the …
 
Most planets on tilted orbits pass over the poles of their suns The surprising discovery may reveal how misaligned worlds arise A planet circling the star WASP-79 (illustrated) orbits above and below the poles of its sun.
 
Physicists used LIGO's mirrors to approach a quantum limit A large object has gotten closer to a realm usually reserved for the very small Scientists quieted the relative movements of the mirrors (one shown) of the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, putting them in a near-quantum state.…
 
Moral judgments about an activity's COVID-19 risk can lead people astray People see activities they condone as less risky for catching coronavirus, even if they're not Images of Florida beachgoers in spring of 2020 triggered a public outcry.
 
Physicists dream big with an idea for a particle collider on the moon A lunar particle accelerator could reach 1,000 times the energy of Earth's largest collider Though the idea of building a particle collider on the moon seems out of this world, physicists are considering the possibilities.
 
How one medical team is bringing COVID-19 vaccines to hard-to-reach Hispanic communities Unidos Contra COVID totes shots, empathy and facts to Philadelphia's Spanish-speaking residents Melissa Pluguez, a nurse and co-medical director of Unidos Contra COVID, gives a man the COVID-19 vaccine at a May outreach event organized around a community soccer…
 
A gene-based therapy partially restored a blind man's vision Light-activated proteins inserted in eye nerve cells and special goggles help him see objects A type of gene therapy and special goggles helped a blind man see some objects again.
 
A widely studied lab plant has revealed a previously unknown organ It's unclear how Arabidopsis thaliana uses the newly discovered part A plant called Arabidopsis thaliana has been studied widely for decades, favored by scientists for its compact, easy-to-grow nature.
 
Hunter-gatherers first launched violent raids at least 13,400 years ago Small-scale warfare began in the Stone Age, a new study suggests Human skeletons previously unearthed at an ancient African cemetery, including this pair, display wounds indicating that they were victims of recurring raids more than 13,000 years ago.…
 
New images clarify how glasswing butterflies make their wings transparent Sparse, spindly scales and a waxy membrane coating are behind the insect's transparency Glasswing butterflies (one pictured) sport mostly transparent wings that help the insects hide from predators.
 
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