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A podcast to promote and raise awareness of mental health issues in comedians by sharing and exploring comedians' views on mental health (from personal experience, or observations of peers and loved ones, or society in general). The interviewer, Shae Meddings, is a registered psychologist.
 
A monthly podcast with 2 blacksmiths, Jesse and Rick, talking shop and hanging out with guests, all the great things about a pub with a blacksmith frame of mind. A pub is the social center of a community, a place to meet friends, share a drink, swap stories and have a laugh. It’s a place to relax and recharge, so come on in, grab a drink and join the conversation in the Blacksmith’s Pub.
 
Relics Radio is a podcast that is live every Thursday at 7:00 pm Central with Diggin' with Seven and DK of Adventures In Dirt discussing various types of Treasure Hunting. Check out our new episodes for special guests as we discuss techniques, finding sites, detectors, and all things related to treasure hunting, metal detecting and relic hunting. The call-in number to the show is 270-495-0315.
 
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Wondering what lockdown did to the nation's physical and mental health? Then wonder no longer, because this week Hannah's been on the phone to Dr Daisy Fancourt, one of the team behind the Covid Social Study, to find out how things like sex, age, race and socio-economic grouping absolutely affected how you will have experienced the last six months.…
 
In this episode, CG talks about how his electronics developments have come along Specifically, what he learned from the first test flight of Mr. Bean (DEMO-1 mission), and the successfulCG and Mr. Beansecond launch (DEMO-2) where his code & flight computer successfully controlled a flight event! His journey to his Level 2 certification is underway!…
 
Monday 28 September is International Safe Abortion Day and our hard-working, very tired friends at Alliance 4 Choice got in touch to let us know that while the usual March For Choice can’t happen this year because pandemic, they’ve got some activities lined up over the weekend to celebrate it. It seemed the perfect opportunity to have a catch up ab…
 
Whether on the beach or on land, Rob and his friends are always on the good stuff… you will want to tune to hear about it all. Bring your sunscreen. LINKS: Diggin’ w/ Rob on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBNTvz3WZAQG6E1Zr5SaEVA RELICS RADIO is live on https://www.spreaker.com/show/relics-radio-show every Thursday night at 8:00 pm (Easte…
 
One last face-to-face interview before we all become inside people again? You got it. Mick meets up with our music guru/mother of kittens Liz Buckley to celebrate Joan Jett, an incredible musician who isn’t letting turning 62 get in the way of being a rock icon. Hannah gets on the blower to Kaya Stanley Money, executive director of Camden People's …
 
In this episode, we talk about how to learn data science and machine learning, with Jay Feng, co-founder and head of data science at Interview Query. Jay talks about how data science got him back into development after some bad coding experiences, how the different tools for machine learning and data science work together, and if machine learning i…
 
In this week's Chops, Hannah chats to radio producer and presenter Katherine Boyle about her move (along with Iain Lee) to Amazon's new streaming service Twitch. They talk about equal pay in radio, niche fandom, working with the Great British Public and the mental health of the nation. Tuck in! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/standardi…
 
It was one of the bloodiest and most costly battles of WWII. The battle of Okinawa. Author Steve Moore comes in to talk about his new book, “Rain of Steel” which tells the story of this battle from the perspective of Navy and Marine pilots whose job it was to combat Japan’s kamikaze pilots, protect the hundreds of ships off the coast and help advan…
 
Welcome to our third Zoomcast - yes we're sticking with that word - where we're joined by comedian and author Jane Hill, and the writer and one third of Drunk Women Solving Crime, Hannah George. We talk about happiness, injuring yourself on the toilet, whether audio books are the ultimate in laziness, and if any of our clothes fit us anymore. You a…
 
In this episode, we talk about React with Sophie Alpert, engineering manager at Humu, former manager of the React core team at Facebook. Sophie talks about the decision to drop out of college to work full-time at Kahn Academy, what her favorite things about React are, and going from the top open source contributor to React to then building it on th…
 
It is finally time.... Sam Heughan on the big screen! And by that I mean we finally saw Bloodshot from the safety of our homes. All violence, no consequences.... What's more believable? An American soldier who died in combat is sold for science purposes, or that the same soldier is then remade with tiny robots? Why is Jamie Fraser so mad? And mean?…
 
Dr Jess Taylor is a feminist psychologist, founder and owner of VictimFocus, and author of essential read, Why Women Are Blamed For Everything – an exploration of the many reasons women are blamed for male violence. Because aren't we just? She chats to our Mick about ‘victim’ versus ‘survivor’, how education and the media are letting us all down, a…
 
Welcome to episode 6.96!We are joined by the University of Akron's "Akronauts" rocket team!https://youtu.be/GdPte4BRgZUThe following team members met with us for this episode:Team President - Emily ArmbrustChief Engineer - Blake BowserTreasurer - Olivia RenkelFormer Chief Engineer - Mattew ReppaProject Manager - Jon DavisThe Akronauts formed in 201…
 
How the hell is it September? Don't think too deeply about that and instead get your ears round this month's Outside The Box, where Hannah very much doesn't hate I Hate Suzie, and she and Mick chat the highs and lows of I'll Be Gone In The Dark. Plus - there's never been such times - we do some listener requests, watching Harlots, Almost Australian…
 
Boxes of Civil War era memorabilia is just handed to you… what are in those boxes and what do you do? Brad Hess with 1894 Outdoors is on with us to tell us about his experience with those boxes. What's in the box? Come find out. LINKS: YouTube - 1894 Outdoors https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJOLGtepdM1uvOY7eDBZsOw 1894 Outdoors Instagram: https://…
 
Big questions dominate this week’s episode. 1. Does building a house while singing and dancing make amends for outrageous sexism? No, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, no it does not. Still, nice moves. That’s just one of the old(er) films Hannah and our resident movie buff Yosra Osman tackle in a fascinating chat about what happens when your favour…
 
In this episode, we talk about accessibility in tech and how tech can be used to empower people from a variety of backgrounds, with Sareh Heidari, Software engineer at BBC News. Sareh talks about transitioning from physics to development, how networking and meetups helped her land her first job, and how the BBC integrates accessibility in their wor…
 
This week's Chops is Mick's full half-hour chat with the awesome Annie Nightingale: Britain's first female DJ, the longest serving woman at Radio 1, and a proper joy. They chat about Annie's latest book, Hey Hi Hello, 50 years of pop culture, the sadness of nostalgia, being awestruck by the mere mention of Miles Davis, and what happened when she fo…
 
Interview with Brisbane Improviser and Mindfulness Coach Jeremy West. Jeremy performs improvisation with Big Fork Theatre and ImproMafia. Check out some of Big Fork Theatre’s Improv shows on You Tube. Jeremy is also a Mindfulness Coach and teaches people skills around living in the present moment. Recording in the midst of Melbourne’s Stage 4 lockd…
 
Ah, Terence Malick, a Marmite maverick in cinema. Do you love his films? Do you hate his films? Perhaps you're prepared to have your mind changed either way, like someone who ran out of jam to put on their toast, but found an old jar of the yeasty brown stuff in the cupboard and gave it another shot. Find out whether it's "Malick on toast all round…
 
We took the Bank Holiday off so there's no BT or DDD this week, but instead four - count 'em - FOUR great interviews with FIVE - *faints* - top women this week. Mick catches up with the one and only Annie Nightingale, Britain's first female DJ, longest serving woman at Radio 1 and an utter delight, to talk about Hey Hi Hello, her latest book, which…
 
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