Best oam podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Black Nerd Power The OAM Network
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Black Nerd Power is a weekly podcast hosted by Markus Seaberry and Richard Douglas Jones. They discuss the worlds of Sci Fi & Fantasy from a black POV.
 
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The Bike Nerds The OAM Network
 
Conversations with community leaders and how bicycling is making cities better. From star wars cosplay to community gardener, we nerd out on the aspects of their lives that influence their work on two wheels.
 
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Garage Athletes The OAM Network
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Garage Athletes is a podcast about health, fitness and how to be a badass on a budget.
 
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Off The Record The OAM Network
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Off the Record with The New Southern is a weekly podcast, hosted by Alexandra Pusateri and Taylor Smith, about Memphis news miscellany, including poking fun at local media and filling you in on big stories in the Bluff City.
 
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Q'd Up Sports The OAM Network
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Sports through the eyes of Q. Sports talk and debate.
 
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No Bluffs Just Bets The OAM Network
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Enter the realm of betting in No Bluff Just Bets, a podcast that wants to ensure you make as much money as possible on your picks.
 
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Experience Pints The OAM Network
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Experience Pints is a nerd-cast with a focus on something that binds most of us together even tighter than our nerd-ventures - beer - and lots of it.
 
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Pop A Pastie The OAM Network
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Pop A Pastie is a weekly podcast hosted by Cherie Cheezcake featuring discussions about burlesque, pin-up, LGBTQIA issues, and more from a feminine POV.
 
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OAM Presents The OAM Network
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Randomness from OAM!
 
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Behind Bluff City The OAM Network
 
C.S Lewis once said that friendship is born at the moment when one person says to another "What! You too?” This perfectly sums up the dynamic duo that is behind the Behind the Bluff City podcast. Kate Friedel and Scovia Wilson had the same “Ah ha” moment when they realized that they both want to make Memphis better by simply uncovering the amazing people behind the Bluff City. Enter in the Behind Bluff City podcast.
 
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You Look Like A Comedy Show The OAM Network
 
A tournament of roasting where the best comedians in Memphis and abroad go head to head in a battle of insults. Co-Hosted by Memphis Comedy King Katrina Coleman and the Handsome Hair of Tommy Oler.
 
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Spillit The OAM Network
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Everyone has a story. Are you ready to Spillit? Spillit is true, unscripted stories told in front of a live audience.
 
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Memphis Room Music Show The OAM Network
 
Memphis Room Music Show is a podcast exloring the music that lives in The Memphis and Shelby County Room inside the Memphis Public Library.
 
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You & Me The OAM Network
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A podcast series about real kids and the parents that raise them.
 
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It Only Gets Worse The OAM Network
 
A podcast based on the roleplaying game Fiasco!
 
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Memphis Is Funny The OAM Network
 
Memphis comedy gets a closer look every week with Carlie Lawerence and Doug Gillon from memphisisfunny.com. Hear a recap of the previous week’s funny business, a preview of upcoming shows and events, and special insight into local comedy from a new featured guest each episode.
 
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Q and J The OAM Network
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Two best friends, male and female, married and single, kids and no kids, with completely different points of view on world news, pop culture and life!
 
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The Game Show Podcast
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The Game Show is a podcast featuring interesting people playing board games over adult beverages for your amusement. Recorded LIVE every Thursday @ 6:30PM on facebook.com/gameshowpod & theoamnetwork.com/live
 
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Stop The Damn Podcast! The OAM Network
 
Two mics and a fighting chance... Hosted by Garrett Metts and Taylor James
 
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One Missed Call The OAM Network
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Local comedian Katrina Coleman doesn't have time for a podcast, so she leaves Executive Producer Gil Worth voicemails... when she gets around to it.
 
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Deg and the Big Dog The OAM Network
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Deg and the Big Dog discuss Life, History, Science, Culture, Mistakes and give Completely Unqualified Advice.
 
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For The Love Of God The OAM Network
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For the Love of God is a podcast focused on the joys and frustrations of religion, and how religion affects our everyday lives.
 
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AUSTRALIAN INTERNET BROADCASTING SERVICE
 
Australian Internet Broadcasting Service is a Podcast platform managed by Bob Padula OAM
 
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Webinars
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Webinar with focus on small cells, what they are and why would operators want to use them. Typical deployment scenarios and requirements for such deployment both on the technical and commercial aspect of them, as well as the challenges they create.
 
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Executive Career success
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Executive recruiters Carol Rosati from Harvey Nash’s CFO recruitment practice and Clive Sexton from our interim management division, Impact Executives, debate with OAM editor Rob Grimsey the essentials of Executive Career Management.
 
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Aaron interviews SBS Mandarin broadcaster, May Hu, who has been honoured with Order of Australia Medal at the Queen's birthday, re: her contributions to the society especially the Chinese community. (兩星期前澳洲全國慶祝英女王壽辰,一如既往,政府在當天公佈了受勳人士的名單,表揚他們對社會的貢獻。其中我們普通話組的同事胡玫獲頒 OAM 勳銜。 相信大家都知道胡玫在 SBS 普通話組當了 20 多年的主持人,除此之外,她還在哪些方面為社會服務呢?她對這次獲頒 OAM 勳銜有些什麽感想和要感謝 ...…
 
Welcome back Nerds, Geeks, and Ziglets for another episode of the Zigbits Network Design Podcast (ZNDP), where Zigabytes are faster than Gigabytes. As always our goal is to provide you with real world context around technology. I’m Michael Zsiga, also known as Zig, and I am your host. We have an awesome show for you today, fully packed with a t ...…
 
This week, Sara and Kyle are joined by LA-based Areli Morales and Rachel Horn of Sustainable Cycles, a non-profit working to promote global health by providing bicycling and menstruation education. Through extensive bicycle touring across the U.S. and Mexico, groups of female-bodied bicyclists lead workshops and events designed to raise awarene ...…
 
Federal member for Fowler; Chris Hayes speaking to Mrs El Dana OAM about the defeated proposed legislative changes to section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act which were led by the conservative wing of the Liberal Party; the arguments raised against s18C and the position of the Labor Party with regards to the proposed changes.…
 
Kicking off our new theme - Beyond Bikes - are father/daughter duo, Lyle and Allison Udell, participants in the Memphis-based Urban Bicycle Food Ministries (UBFM). Each week, dozens of people in Memphis mount up on their bikes and hand-deliver around 300 burritos and 100 hotdogs to people experiencing homelessness. Lyle and Allison began riding ...…
 
We are back with special co-host Kate Mauldin. Recorded live January 2017 @ the P&H Cafe.
 
Assoc Prof Dianne Stephens tells the story of how she moved to Darwin, a remote part of Australia, immediately after completing her intensive care training, as a solo intensivist and Director of the Intensive Care Unit. And by working hard, respecting and valuing everyone in the team and by communicating well, she led the development of a posit ...…
 
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Australian Politics Nerdjacking
 
In this episode I’m joined by Kate as we discuss today’s public holiday, the Queen’s Birthday. Why is it in June? Why do we celebrate it? Listen to find out! Stuff that we discussed: All the details of the Order of Australia can be found here. The highest honour is called the Companion of the Order of Australia or AC, awarded for eminent achiev ...…
 
Today on the Country Hour: bioprocessing in agriculture is entering a new era - QUT will lead a $14 million project focusing on turning waste from livestock industries into bio-packaging and Bio Processing Australia has secured more than $8 million in state funding for a $50 million integrated refinery, producing yeast and soymeal for the agric ...…
 
 
This week, Richard and Markus discover their D&D alignments and recap their time at Momocon. We discuss the movie "Wonder Woman;" Luke Cage #1; and romance novels with narrative identity crisis. Finally, give a child a "Most likely to blend in with white people award" sho'nuff earns you a #Westie.
 
Sara and Kyle sit down for a Bike-Nerds-Only episode to recap the past six weeks talking about bike history. Both Sara and Kyle share their favorite moments from the interviews featuring the history of bikes and give their thoughts on the current state of bike advocacy using this historical context. Kyle uses a lot of metaphors while Sara tries ...…
 
On a cold night, a couple of days out from the beginning of Winter, Julie Kerr gathered four impressive music makers. All Australian, all women, and all under 30. One jazz singer, one composer, and two indie/pop artists, to talk all things music. What is like to independently build up your music business as an artist? Social media, marketing, a ...…
 
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The Bike Nerds The OAM Network
 
Sara and Kyle talk this week with Anthony Taylor, a stalwart in the national bike advocacy movement. Anthony is a founding member of the Major Taylor Bicycling Club of Minnesota and The National Brotherhood of Cyclists. Anthony shares a brief history of 1890’s international cycling champion, Marshall “Major” Taylor, the origins of cycling clubs ...…
 
Kyle flies solo this week to talk with Christine Bachman-Sanders, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Minnesota and an accomplished touring cyclist, having ridden across America and through a big chunk of Europe. Christine's research examines the relationship between the "new woman," American imperialism, and the bicycle craze of the 1890s. ...…
 
Jessie Cunniffe is a music reviewer who has been providing album reviews for five years for the Sydney Morning Herald, and more recently, Rolling Stone Australia. Jess is from the Blue Mountains, NSW and one day when she was 19 years old and at the University of Western Sydney, she attended a lecture with Bernard Zuel who is the music editor fo ...…
 
This week we welcome the creative team behind Kamikaze's newest wall tale, Jamel Jones, Hank Jones, and Malissa White. We discuss their personal touches to the Kamikaze-verse. And earning your bachelor's degree before your high school diploma definitely earns you a #Zillie.
 
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LEO Training: Strength & Conditioning | Endurance | Health | Performance | Injury Prevention | Joe DeLeo
 
LT 072 | Drew Ginn - Will it make the boat go faster? Subscribe & Review : iTunes | Stitcher This week my guest is Drew Ginn. Drew Ginn is a legend in the sport of rowing and I am absolutely honored to have had the opportunity to sit down and speak with him. Here is what prompted this interview. I had recently read the book "The Kiwi Pair: The ...…
 
Kevin De Liban is a legal aid attorney devoted to the idea that the amount of money you have should not determine how much justice you get. Working at a non-profit legal aid organization, he helps low-income individuals with issues involving health, employment, disability rights, education, and domestic violence. Before becoming an attorney, Ke ...…
 
Continuing our discussion of bicycles and history, this week the Bike Nerds welcome back friend of the podcast, Anthony Siracusa. In addition to serving as the president of BikeWalk TN, Anthony is also pursuing a doctorate in history from Vanderbilt University studying the growth, proliferation, and misconceptions of non-violent protest during ...…
 
This week we discuss 'Guardians of the Galaxy vol.2; Scientology; Black Bolt becomes a prisoner; and we are introduced to writer Chuck Tingle. Finally, we discuss the details surrounding the death of Jordan Edwards.
 
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You Look Like A Comedy Show The OAM Network
 
Your favorite comedy show is back wit hour favorite contenders! Ross Turner @artificialross Amanda Walker @acwalker48 Ozzy Jackson @thecomicozzy Carlie Lawrence @carlielaughs Richard Douglas Jones @rdouglasjones Cole Bradley @stockingofcole
 
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The Bike Nerds The OAM Network
 
This week the Bike Nerds are joined by Carlton Reid, Newcastle, UK-based executive editor of BikeBiz.com, and author of “Roads Were Not Built for Cars” (2015) and the upcoming “Bike Boom: The Unexpected Resurgence of Cycling” (2017). Sara and Kyle chat with Carlton about the European biking boom of the 1930’s and the American boom of the early ...…
 
This week, we discuss hair loss; Moon Girl rallies the troops; and grammar Nazism. Finally, for his contribution to the sexualization of young women, Artist Frank Cho earns himself a #Westie.
 
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The Bike Nerds The OAM Network
 
Our second guest talking about the History of Bikes is Evan Friss, an Assistant Professor of History at James Madison University and the author of The Cycling City: Bicycles and Urban America in the 1890s (2015). Evan holds a Ph.D. in History from the Graduate Center, City University of New York and an M.A. in History and a Certificate in Archi ...…
 
Danielle McGrane is originally from Dublin, Ireland. Growing up around music, and landing a job with the iconic Hotpress magazine set the foundation for a career in music journalism. 7 years ago, Danielle arrived in Sydney landing a job with the Australian Associated Press (AAP). Eventually she became AAP's Entertainment Reporter covering every ...…
 
Our first guest talking about the History of Bikes is James Longhurst, a historian of urban and environmental policy, and the author of Bike Battles: A History of Sharing the American Road (2015). He is an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, with a Ph.D. in history and policy from Carnegie Mellon University. James an ...…
 
Welcome to episode eighteen of the Ausmed Handover podcast – Betty Jeffrey: ‘The Girls on the Beach’ Welcome to this special edition of the Ausmed Handover podcast. In this episode you are going to hear a rare piece of history taken from the personal account of Australian war nurse, Betty Jeffrey. Held as a prisoner of war in World War Two on B ...…
 
Sara and Kyle fly solo this week to introduce the next theme episodes will covered over the next couple of weeks. A listener suggested that the "History of Bicycling" be a focus to better understand the relationship and context of past transportation decisions and policies with the work of bike advocates today. Kyle recaps his exciting weekend ...…
 
This week we welcome the show's oldest play cousin, Hannibal Tabu, back to the show. Hannibal's been super busy and tells us all the goings on over at operative.net. Boeing is making a new space suit and we review the last issue of "Power Man & Iron Fist."
 
Executive Director of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, Tamika Butler, joins us to talk about building bike movements in Los Angeles and the surrounding region. Tamika talks about her journey from practicing attorney to leader of LA County's bicycle advocacy organization, how issues of social justice shape the lens that she and LACBC wo ...…
 
This week, we discuss "Mass Effect: Andromeda;" the season finale of "The Walking Dead;" Moon Girl gives college lectures; and Kimber's reading "Saga." Finally we declare Congresswoman Maxine Waters is our auntie and give her a #Zellie. Start your free Audible trial and help support BNP @ audibletrial.com/oam…
 
David and Brendan chat about Melbourne’s food and its street art. Brendan reviews a film from the Spanish Film Festival called Summer 1993, about an orphaned young girl growing up with her extended family. It […] http://media.rawvoice.com/joy_archives/p/joy.org.au/sundayarts/wp-content/uploads/sites/276/2017/04/2017-04-09-SundayArtsMagazine-Tos ...…
 
As all Ambassadors for Australia were called back to be informed about the new Australia foreign policy, Mr Neil Hawkins, the Australian Ambassador to Egypt, made a special visit to Al Amanah College Liverpool Campus where Mrs Faten El Dana OAM caught up with him and conducted the following interview. Mr Hawkins speaks about the relationship be ...…
 
Various issues of relevance were discussed today with the Minister for Multiculturalism Mr Ray Williams at his first meeting with community leaders for this year. It was also an opportunity for the program Manager Mrs El Dana OAM to interview Mr Williams about the implications of demands to weaken section 18c of the Racial vilification law and ...…
 
This week, we welcome 'The Brunch' to the show. We talk about Dave Chappelle's Netflix special, Kendrick Lamar, and buying lunch. The X-Men are back with several new titles, Richard announces a big audition, and for coming for Maxine Waters, Bill O'Riley earns himself a #Westie.
 
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The Bike Nerds The OAM Network
 
Our interviews with leaders of local bike advocacy groups continue this week with Eric Rogers, Executive Director of Bike Walk KC. Eric and The Bike Nerds talk about sidewalk maintenance, the origins of bike advocacy in Kansas City, the unique advocacy-led operation of the KC’s bike share system, and the evolving role of bike advocacy, communit ...…
 
Founder and Executive Director of the Memphis Immigration Project (MiP), Rondell Trevino moved to Memphis in the summer of 2009 where the Lord graciously saved him. At the end of the summer, he decided to stay in Memphis where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies at Belhaven University. He then received his Master of Divinity from ...…
 
This week the Bike Nerds take it back to Memphis for a chat with Bike Walk Memphis Program Director, Bridget McCall. Bridget discusses what it’s like to lead a new advocacy organization in a city with existing community momentum for biking, relationship and coalition building with diverse communities and organizational partners, and balancing h ...…
 
An event coverage conducted by Community Connect's Nadia Zahr of the Muslim Women's Welfare of Australia's International Women's Day lunch which was held on Saturday the 25th of March 2017. The theme of the event was 'Be Bold For Change', and women from the local community heard from various speakers about what it means to be bold. Mrs Faten El ...…
 
This week, review 'Iron Fist,' the latest series from Marvel and Netflix; a college in Boston college preparing a robot to go to Mars; Kimber discusses her plans (and frustrations) with Mass Effect: Andromeda; and Markus reviews the latest issue of 'Power Man and Iron Fist.'
 
Falcons and Vans, and L. Ron Hubbard, oh my! We're joined by Amos Thompson and Chip Steves of Bluff City News. For fans of VCR/TV combos, Sports Gentlemen and Scientology. Taylor Smith makes her co-host (re)debut and Garrett updates us on Gil and Jeff's whereabouts
 
Mrs Faten El Dana OAM speaks with Ms Sophie Cotsis, who is the Shadow Minister for Multiculturalism about the swimming plan for NSW ethnic communities due to the increase of drownings in backyard pools and NSW beaches.
 
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The Bike Nerds The OAM Network
 
Dan Favre, Executive Director of Bike Easy in New Orleans, LA, sits down with Sara and Kyle this week to talk Mardi Gras, the city’scharm, and a culture that values public space. Social bike rides, neighborhood complete streets ambassadors, and bicycle second lines are all part of the community-driven efforts that Bike Easy leads under Dan’s gu ...…
 
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