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Based on the iconic, Emmy-nominated series on A&E, this show explores some of the most difficult-to-solve murders, which stymied investigators and went cold, sometimes for decades. In fact, one-third of all murders in America remain open. But thanks to dogged investigators and breakthroughs in forensic technology, these cases become part of the rare 1% of cold cases that are ever solved. Hosted by Brooke Gittings ("Convicted" and "Actual Innocence") and featuring the voice of original Cold C ...
 
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Living History

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Living History

Living History Productions - Ken Hammontree

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Call him General Dwight David Eisenhower or General George Patton. Or call him Tecumseh, legendary Shawnee leader. How about Daniel Boone? Or better yet, just call him Ken Hammontree. No, he's not identity-challenged. He is Mr. Ohio History and a walking historical library. After college, Ken began teaching American and Ohio history. He was surprised to learn that many of his students did not harbor the same excitement about history that he did. Realizing the students had a difficult time re ...
 
From the balmy beaches of South Florida, LAX is a frame of mind above anything else. Joining creative forces is often a difficult task for artists, as so many aspects of the artform are viewed in a different light. However for Ronaldo Reyes & Derek Hasty (Mr. Hasty) the fusion seems to have been predestined. Both hailing from one of, if not the top nightlife scene in the states, the two possess a natural, almost familial bond to EDM, as their individual upbringings were laced with the sounds ...
 
Want front row seats to listen to amazing stories from industry leaders, past & present, sports stars, entertainers and inspirational people? Well, let’s sit down together and hear these amazing stories, the good, bad, difficult, happy, sad and the highs and lows. Who knows you might even pick up a tip or trick along the way? Pearcey Presents aims to deliver the highest quality audio, guests and interesting array of topics.
 
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Ask The Nincompoops

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Ask The Nincompoops

Andy Stanton & Carrie Quinlan

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Tremendously clever grown-ups Andy Stanton (bearded author of the Mr Gum books) and Carrie Quinlan (unbearded actress, comedian and and all-round weirdo) answer questions set to them by flocks of shamefully ignorant children. ‘Who invented cheese?’; ‘What are trees for?’; ‘What’s the meaning of life?’; ‘Why don’t dogs poo in the toilet?’ No inquiry is too difficult or too smelly for the Nincompoops. So listen in as Andy and Carrie generously share their ‘wisdumb’ and ‘nollidge’ with you in a ...
 
Banned in the United States and United Kingdom throughout the 1920s, Ulysses turned conventional ideas of the novel inside out with its bold new form, style and theme. Deeply rooted in the Greek myth of the hero of the Trojan War, Joyce bases his novel on Ulysses or Odysseus, who is doomed to voyage for ten years before returning home to Ithaca. Joyce had been deeply influenced by the Iliad and the Odyssey, which he had read from Charles Lamb's adaptations as a child. In fact, he considered ...
 
Welcome to The Better Man Podcast, a podcast with one goal: to help men improve their lives, improve their mental health and help them achieve more, be happier and find the right balance. My name is Gabriel Machuret and every week you can find 2 shows of the Better Man podcast where in 20 minutes or less, I try to help you navigate some of the most difficult challenges and questions us men face. (No pressure right?) Before we start, a quick friendly disclaimer: This is just a conversational, ...
 
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Love HQ

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Love HQ

Hayley Quinn

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Hayley Quinn is an international speaker, TV personality and love expert. She is the only person who will teach you the route to true love begins with self love. So break the rules end the game and vote for you first. Love is not about getting a guy - it's about getting you, standing up for you and loving you. Do this and the men will follow! You deserve love and I will show you the path how to get it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Life is… whatever you make it. That's why I'm doing this podcast. During my life I have been through my ups and downs but remaining positive in the face of adversity has been essential for me. After overcoming cancer 5 times, I have recently been given the news that my last chemo treatment hasn’t worked and I’m currently terminal. My daily battle with cancer is a constant and painful fight but I am determined to leave a legacy and give back as much as I can to others. The Life is… podcast is ...
 
Whether you’re an entrepreneur who is just starting out in business or you’ve been in business for twenty years, you don’t want to miss our podcast, Minority Business Access. The road to becoming a successful entrepreneur is fraught with trials and challenges, especially with limited capital and resources. In this podcast, host Solomon Ali will be advising you how to avoid the pit falls so you can stay and thrive in business. While it’s true that it’s hard to start a business without money, ...
 
The Faltese Malcom was recorded using a number of actors in stereo, with left and right voices, where you'll find adventure, love, laughter, a hard-boiled mystery, and walk on the fantasy side with time travel. No one believed Joshua Punch. Certainly not Karen Sawyer in present day Washington D. C. "You're not going to believe this." He gazed into her blue eyes. "While I was visiting Buckys's house–" "Unknown to Buckeys.‟ "Unknown to Buckeys–" ‟While he's away on vacation.‟ "While he's away– ...
 
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As we enter the home stretch, novelist Gabriel Roth joins us to discuss Jonathan Franzen’s second essay collection, Farther Away, which was published in 2012. A bit of a grab bag, Farther Away consists of twenty essays about a host of random subjects: the history of the novel, environmental degradation, Alice Munro, New York, the word then, among m…
 
When three women's bodies are found in Iowa hotels, all within miles of each other, police realize they are on the hunt for a serial killer. Check out our great sponsors! Nutrafol: Go to Nutrafol.com and use code COLDCASE to save $15 off your first month’s subscription! Shopify: Go to shopify.com/coldcase for a FREE 14 day trial and get full access…
 
A husband and wife fall victim to a seemingly random shooting... and the key piece of evidence stays buried for more than a decade. Check out our great sponsors! Go to Purple.com/coldcase10 and use code "coldcase10" to get 10% off any order of $200 or more! Quote your car insurance at Progressive.com to join the over 27 million drivers who trust Pr…
 
The killing of a woman in a Virginia hotel room goes unsolved for a quarter of a century before investigators are finally able to zero in on the killer. Check out our great sponsors! Credit Karma: Go to CreditKarma.com/loanoffers to find the loan for you! Shopify: Go to shopify.com/coldcase for a FREE 14 day trial and get full access to Shopify’s e…
 
An 11-year old girl is assaulted and drowned, but the killer is never arrested. It’s not until decades later, when one detective uncovers a trail of abuse and potential confessions, that the killer must atone for his actions. Check out our great sponsors! Uncommon James: Get 10% off everything Uncommon James and Uncommon Beauty! Just use the code “…
 
A heinous murder goes cold... until 18 years later when a string of rapes across state lines force the perpetrator to face his crimes. Check out our great sponsors! Uncommon James: Get 10% off everything Uncommon James and Uncommon Beauty by using code CCF at uncommonjames.com/ccf Credit Karma: Go to creditkarma.com/loanoffers to find the loan for …
 
As we continue our descent into madness, we are joined by author Scaachi Koul to discuss Jonathan Franzen’s 2006 memoir, The Discomfort Zone: A Personal History. Focused mainly on Franzen’s early life in Webster Groves, the St. Louis suburb that appears elsewhere in his fiction and nonfiction, the book is made up of a series of essays stitched toge…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by novelist Nell Zink to discuss The Kraus Project. Published in 2013, The Kraus Project is ostensibly a work of translation. For four decades, Jonathan Franzen had been trying to translate the work of the notoriously dense Viennese satirist and critic Karl Kraus, a kind of hater’s hater, whose constant word play and a…
 
Women are being murdered in Minnesota's twin cities, and police are desperate to catch the murderer who keeps calling to confess his crimes. Check out our great sponsors! Purple: Go to Purple.com/coldcase10 and use code "coldcase10" to get 10% off any order of $200 or more! ZocDoc: Go to Zocdoc.com/ccf to download the Zocdoc app for FREE and start …
 
In this episode, we’re joined by novelist Brandon Taylor to discuss Jonathan Franzen’s first essay collection, How to Be Alone. Published in 2002, the book collects fourteen essays that previously appeared in the New Yorker, Harper’s, Details, and other publications, including arguably his two most famous and controversial: “Perchance to Dream”—ret…
 
A picture perfect marriage is shattered when the husband is shot and killed. But the woman who appears to be his grieving widow...soon becomes investigator's main suspect. Check out our great sponsors! ZocDoc: Go to Zocdoc.com/ccf and download the Zocdoc app to sign-up for FREE and book a top-rated doctor! Shopify: Go to Shopify.com/coldcase for a …
 
In this episode, Erin, Alex, and Eric are joined by critic Merve Emre and poet Elisa Gabbert to discuss Jonathan Franzen’s sixth novel, Crossroads. The first in a planned trilogy titled The Key to All Mythologies, it represents perhaps Franzen’s most dramatic left-turn yet. After the frenzied mess of Purity, here is a tightly controlled novel focus…
 
In this episode, Erin, Alex, and Eric are joined by novelist Rumaan Alam to discuss Jonathan Franzen’s fifth novel, Purity. Everyone agrees that this book is an insane mess, but this episode dares to ask: Is it also a good book? And—even bolder—does he actually get the internet right? Also discussed: the book’s weird politics, Andreas Wolf’s connec…
 
In this episode, Erin, Alex, and Eric are joined by novelist Jacob Bacharach to discuss Jonathan Franzen’s fourth novel, Freedom. Perhaps Franzen’s angriest book, it is in some ways a step forward—particularly with regards to the character of Patty—and in other ways a step back toward his messier and more self-indulgent earlier work. We discuss wha…
 
When a toddler dies under the care of a babysitter, everyone assumes it was the result of a tragic accident. That is until eight years later, when a second child dies in the care of the same babysitter. Check out our great sponsors! Bonafide: Go to HelloBonafide.com and use code COL DCASE to save 20% FightCamp: To get an additional pair of gloves f…
 
In 2012, Noah Baumbach and Jonathan Franzen teamed up to work on a television adaptation of Franzen’s breakthrough novel The Corrections for HBO. Starring Ewen McGregor, Dianne Wiest, Chris Cooper, and Maggie Gyllenhaal, the resulting pilot was something of a disaster and was quietly shelved by the network. Filming was never completed, it also neve…
 
In this episode, Erin, Alex, and Eric are joined by the novelist Emily Gould to discuss Jonathan Franzen’s third novel—and Mr. Difficult-consensus best book—The Corrections. In the novel, published days before 9/11, Franzen finally puts it all together: a biting satire of the 1990s, the book is, at heart, a funny, moving, and sometimes scabrous acc…
 
In this special episode, Cold Case Files follows Sacramento County deputy district attorney Anne Marie Schubert as she hunts for a killer. Her target is a murderer who brutally stabbed a man to death in his home 16 years earlier, and she plans to find justice using a new grant for DNA testing. Check out our great sponsors! Canva: Get a FREE 45-day …
 
In this episode, Erin, Alex, and Eric are joined by Matt Zeitlin and Mark Krotov to discuss Jonathan Franzen’s second novel—and Mr. Difficult-consensus worst book—Strong Motion. Unlike The Twenty-Seventh City, this book almost feels like a Jonathan Franzen novel. Almost. Instead, it’s a convoluted, angry, and deeply horny book about earthquakes, ra…
 
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