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Millionaire businesswoman Pamela Hargan and her youngest daughter Helen are found dead in their family home in McLean, Virginia. The strange and haunting crime scene puzzled investigators – was it a murder-suicide or was it staged to look like one? There was conflicting evidence all around. 48 Hours correspondent Peter Van Sant examines the suspenseful case in this 6-episode series, Blood is Thicker: The Hargan Family Killings. Detectives try to untangle mixed motives from mother-daughter di ...
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The Derek Loudermilk Show is your home for: Metaphysics, Adventure, Entrepreneurship, Spirituality, Science, and Peak Performance! This podcast is designed to bring you to a world class understanding and take you in-depth on these topics so you can expand your consciousness, transform your life, and get to the cutting edge. Derek Loudermilk is a professional adventurer, bestselling author, business strategist, and digital nomad. If you want to learn how to be a professional adventurer, liste ...
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Comedian Steph Tolev talks to a new guest every week about any and all things related to the body! Gross ailments, crazy accidents, things doctors can't figure out and anything in between. Tune in every Thursday for a new episode.
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The Law & Order: SVU Podcast

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Whether you're new to the squad or a certified die-hard, NBC's official Law & Order: SVU Podcast is a celebration of the show's 21 years of groundbreaking storytelling. Hosted by Anthony Roman, we're digging deep into TV’s longest-running primetime drama. Every week, you'll go inside the squadroom for behind-the-scenes episode intel from the cast and crew and learn how inspiration for the ripped-from-the-headlines episodes strikes. And that’s not all! We’ll be rolling out radio-style episode ...
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Welcome to FULLER curated, a podcast of the best conversations happening at Fuller Theological Seminary—drawn from lecture series, conferences, dialogues, panel discussions, special events, and more. Listen to the eclectic richness of Fuller’s intellectual and spiritual life, and visit Fuller.edu/Studio to explore the full materials and related content. It is Fuller's practice to allow conversations with our guests to be uncensored as a gesture of engagement in civil dialogue—a value to whic ...
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How does the gospel influence the work of Mere Christians—those of us who aren’t pastors or religious professionals, but who work as entrepreneurs, baristas, and accountants? That’s the question this podcast explores every week as Jordan Raynor interviews guests across the widest variety of vocations.
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Former High Times senior editor and columnist Bobby Black joins us each week to bring us the Burndown (a quick recap of the week’s top pot headlines), Trumpocalypse Now (a running commentary on the state of the embattled Trump administration), and Rockin’ Reviews (reviewing cannabis-related products, music, films and events). Plus, guest interviews and so much more.
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Phoning It In

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Phoning It In is a hilarious improvised phone-in show. Each week, host Dave Coffey fields a collection of calls from a bunch of cranks, oddballs and weirdos. Dave is joined in studio by regular guests who will lend some 'expert' advice to the callers. This weekly podcast features some of Ireland's best comedians and improvisers who have (literally) no idea what they're getting themselves into - until their host introduces them on air. To hear your complaint feature in a future episode, spew ...
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The Poetry Society

The Poetry Society

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The Poetry Society was founded in 1909 to promote "a more general recognition and appreciation of poetry". Since then, it has grown into one of Britain's most dynamic arts organisations, representing British poetry both nationally and internationally. Today it has more than 4000 members worldwide and publishes the leading poetry magazine, The Poetry Review. With innovative education and commissioning programmes and a packed calendar of performances, readings and competitions, the Poetry Soci ...
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Doug Benson is here on this week’s Steph Infection! Steph and Doug chat about Steph’s appearances on Doug’s podcasts and live shows, the absurdity of the 2002 film Tiptoes, and Doug’s experience getting Lasik. Thank you to FunLove.com for sponsoring this episode! Go to FunLove.com and use code: STEPH at checkout to save 30% off your first order. Fo…
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Why Jesus rose from the dead on a Sunday and what it means for your work, how a biblical view of heaven assigns untold dignity to the work you do today, and how to use everything from Altoids to doorframes to cultivate an awareness of God’s presence at work. This episode originally aired on September 28, 2022. Because you all loved it so much, we a…
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In Episode 146 of Ill Literacy, Tim Benson talks with Scott Walter, author ofArabella: The Dark Money Network of Leftist Billionaires Secretly Transforming America. Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by Scott Walter, president of the capital Research Center, to discuss his new book, Arabella: The Dark Money Network of Leftist Billionaires Secretly Tr…
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How to make sense of this incomprehensible tragedy? Detective Brian Byerson has been in touch with Ashley Hargan weekly since her mother and sister were killed. She not only testified at trial; she made some dramatic moves after she discovered the truth. Get early, ad-free access to episodes of Blood is Thicker: The Hargan Family Killings by subscr…
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Emma Willmann is here on this weeks Steph Infection! Emma chats with Steph about the journey to fix and find missing teeth, audience members proposing during shows, and elementary school illnesses. Thank you to our sponsor Nutrafol! For a limited time, Nutrafol is offering our listeners $10 off your first month’s subscription and free shipping when…
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How Jodi has responded to criticism of Disney from Christians, why Jodi thinks of ministry as less of what she does for a living and more of who she is while she’s doing what she’s doing, and how to spot where the Spirit is moving as you work. This episode originally aired on September 14, 2022. Because you all loved it so much, we are re-releasing…
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In Episode 145 of Ill Literacy, Tim Benson talks with Hyrum Lewis, co-author ofThe Myth of Left and Right: How the Political Spectrum Misleads and Harms America. Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by Hyrum Lewis, associate professor of history at Brigham Young University-Idaho, to discuss his new book (co-authored with his brother, Verlan), The Myth …
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Detectives finally arrest a suspect in the Hargan family murders. But at trial, defense attorneys argue a new theory for how the killings might have happened. And that theory might cast enough doubt to throw the entire trial into question. Get early, ad-free access to episodes of Blood is Thicker: The Hargan Family Killings by subscribing to 48 Hou…
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Will Carsola is here on this week’s Steph Infection! Will and Steph talk Mr. Pickles, diagnose the potential poison ivy on Will’s arm, and try to unpack the mystery that is necropants. Thank you to our sponsor FunLove.com! For a limited time, save 30% off of your first order just the code STEPH at https://www.funlove.com Follow @Steph_Tolev and @St…
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How Ron “made love visual” through the Apple Store, his final conversation with Steve Jobs while Jobs was on his deathbed, and why he chose to “start at the bottom” of the career ladder when he had every opportunity not to. This episode originally aired on June 22, 2022. Because you all loved it so much, we are re-releasing it as a part of our Fan …
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In Episode 144 of Ill Literacy, Tim Benson talks with John M. Owen IV, author ofThe Ecology of Nations: American Democracy in a Fragile World Order. Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by John M. Owen IV, Ambassador Henry J. and Mrs. Marion R. Taylor Professor of Politics, and a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture and the Mi…
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Investigators think they know who killed the Hargan women, but can't seem to get a confession. Then, a representative from Capital One bank sent them recordings of some strange phone calls made the day before the shootings. Someone pretending to be Pamela Hargan called the bank wanting a wire transfer for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Those rec…
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Brooks Wheelan is here on this week’s episode of Steph Infection! Brooks talks to Steph about solo camping trips, cliff jumping, touring across the America, and filming his upcoming special in Alaska. Follow @Steph_Tolev and @Steph_Infection_Podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! See Steph's "Filth Queen" Spring/…
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The first 3 things Joni plans to do when heaven comes to earth, how everything we do in this life either increases or decreases our capacity for leadership on the New Earth, and how our work can be “ingredients in God’s happiness.” This episode originally aired on June 15, 2022. Because you all loved it so much, we are re-releasing it as a part of …
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In Episode 143 of Ill Literacy, Tim Benson talks with Martyn Rady, author ofThe Middle Kingdoms: A New History of Central Europe. Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by Martyn Rady, Masaryk Professor Emeritus of Central European History at University College London, to discuss his new book, The Middle Kingdoms: A New History of Central Europe. They ch…
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“The waters of the world are rising…water moves the world” – Sally RossiterWe’re thrilled to have Sally Rossiter join us. Sally wears many hats: she’s a teacher, a healer, and a channel. With over 20 metaphysical workshops under her belt, she’s a true expert in the field. In this conversation, we’ll delve into applied metaphysics, specifically when…
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“The creation of a business is the answer to other people’s prayers” – Heather IvanyIn this captivating episode of The Derek Loudermilk Show, join host Derek Loudermilk and special guest Heather Ivany, an esteemed Akashic Records reader and teacher, as they embark on a groundbreaking exploration. Episode 407 delves into uncharted territory as Derek…
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In Episode 142 of Ill Literacy, Tim Benson talks with John C. McManus, author ofTo the End of the Earth: The US Army and the Downfall of Japan, 1945. Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by John C. McManus, Curators’ Distinguished Professor of U.S. military history at Missouri University of Science and Technology, to discuss his new book, To the End of…
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When detectives started investigating the deaths of Helen and Pamela Hargan, they came to a much different conclusion than the first responders on the scene. This was not a murder-suicide; it was a double homicide. But who could have killed the mother and daughter? Police began to zoom in on a single, shocking suspect. Get early, ad-free access to …
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Rachel Wolfson is here on this week’s episode of Steph Infection! Steph and Rachel talk about their individual journeys in stand up comedy, Rachel joining the cast of Jackass Forever, growing up in Las Vegas and much more! Follow @Steph_Tolev and @Steph_Infection_Podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! See Steph's…
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The incredible impact of Antique Candle Co.'s “Prayer Committee," how Brittany’s faith compelled her to spend tens of thousands of dollars on a “non-essential” company perk, and what heaven might smell like. Links Mentioned: Brittany Whitenack on LinkedIn Brittany Whitenack on Instagram Antique Candle Co. Sign Up for the Antique Candle Co. Newslett…
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On the day that Helen Hargan and her mother Pamela were found dead, Helen's boyfriend Carlos spent hours convincing 911 dispatchers to send help to the Hargan house. By the time police arrived, it was too late. But Carlos' story would blow a hole in the theory that the Hargan killings were a murder-suicide. Get early, ad-free access to episodes of …
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Russell Peters is here on this week’s episode of Steph Infection! Russell and Steph chat about starting comedy in Canada, meeting for the first time ever at a wing restaurant, and Russell’s interactions with wildlife while spending time in India as a kid. For a limited time, Nutrafol is offering our listeners ten dollars off your first month’s subs…
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The 8-step process to landing your dream job in a God-honoring way, the “half-baked theology” keeping Christians stuck professionally, and 3 things that should set apart how Christians search for jobs while employed. Links Mentioned: Kelsey Kemp on LinkedIn Kelsey Kemp on X Kelsey Kemp on Instagram Kelsey Kemp on Facebook The Called Career Job Dict…
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Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by Peter Heather, chair of medieval history at King's College, London, to discuss his new book, Christendom: The Triumph of a Religion, AD 300-1300. They chat about how a small sect of isolated and intensely committed congregations became a mass movement centrally directed from Rome, the Church’s chameleonlike capac…
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On this week’s Steph Infection, we chat with Kurt Braunohler! Kurt tells Steph about his nearly shattered spine, heat stroke alone in the mountains, and brings the most calculated “Funniest Way to Die” in Steph Infection history. Follow @Steph_Tolev and @Steph_Infection_Podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! See …
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Pamela Hargan lived in a wealthy Virginia suburb, surrounded by family: her daughters Megan and Helen and her granddaughter all lived with her in her million-dollar home. From the outside, the Hargan women had it all. But when Pamela and Helen were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide, detectives had to ask: what was going on inside the Hargan …
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How liturgies can help you see and respond to the holiness of every mundane moment at work, what quantum physics can reveal about why God might choose to work through you and me, and how “rehearsing for the new creation” shapes Doug’s science fiction writing. Links Mentioned: Every Moment Holy Douglas Kaine McKelvey on Instagram Douglas Kaine McKel…
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Heartland’s Tim Benson is once again joined by friend of the podcast H.W. Brands, the Jack S. Blanton Sr. Chair in History at the University of Texas at Austin, to discuss his new book, Founding Partisans: Hamilton, Madison, Jefferson, Adams and the Brawling Birth of American Politics. They chat about how, while the Framers viewed political parties…
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Blair Socci is here on this week’s episode of Steph Infection! Blair tells Steph about growing up playing D1 volleyball, having a wholesome TikTok algorithm, and how her squeamish tendencies suddenly vanished when taking Ayahuasca. Follow @Steph_Tolev and @Steph_Infection_Podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! Se…
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What a Christ-like view of competitors looks like practically, whether or not it's biblical to set goals about “winning” and “beating” competitors, and how Peter practically cultivated joy amongst his team during the COVID crisis Links Mentioned: Peter Demos Peter Demos on Facebook Peter Demos on X Demos’ Restaurants Angus Buchan Faith like Potatoe…
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The Heartland Institute's Tim Benson is joined by Ian Buruma, Paul W. Williams Professor of Human Rights and Journalism at Bard College, to discuss his new book, The Collaborators: Three Stories of Deception and Survival in World War II. They chat about the backstory behind the three subjects of the book—Felix Kersten, Yoshiko Kawashima, and Friedr…
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Steve Furey shares some wild stories on todays episode of Steph Infection! At one point thinking he had herpes for three years before getting tested, wild days performing hammered, and pissing off Cruise Ships. Follow @Steph_Tolev and @Steph_Infection_Podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! See Steph's "Filth Quee…
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The vocational dream Jamie is afraid to say out loud, how to work hard with your hands but not with your soul, and why Jesus was so good at saying “no” to requests for his time. Links Mentioned: Jamie Ivey Jamie Ivey on Instagram Jamie Ivey on Facebook Jamie Ivey on YouTube Jamie Ivey Blog The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey Podcast Why Can’t I Get It T…
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Pamela Hargan was a successful businesswoman and a devoted mother to three adult daughters. The Hargans were a typical suburban family until one day, Pamela was gunned down in her own home and her youngest daughter, Helen, was found dead upstairs. 48 Hours correspondent Peter Van Sant unpacks the web of evidence from the complex case of the Hargan …
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Joining us today is Libbie Higgins! This episode of Steph Infection is raw and unapologetic. We chat about body piercings, body issues, how life is messy and our experiences in comedy. Follow @Steph_Tolev and @Steph_Infection_Podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! See Steph's "Filth Queen" Spring/Summer Tour: Apr…
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Why faithfulness requires focus and killing things that are working, how dreaming about work on the New Earth makes it easier to focus today, and why you should stop asking, “What can I learn from this person?” and start asking, “What is God teaching me through this person?” Links Mentioned: Noah Sanders on LinkedIn Noah Sanders on Instagram Redeem…
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In Episode 139 of Ill Literacy, Tim Benson talks with Ronald C. White, author ofOn Great Fields: The Life and Unlikely Heroism of Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain. Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by return guest Ronald C. White, senior fellow at the Trinity Forum, to discuss his new book, On Great Fields: The Life and Unlikely Heroism of Joshua Lawrenc…
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We have a very special guest this week on Steph Infection! Jefferson McDonald! We talk about moving together, his farm life upbringing, our relationship and some CRAZY stories. Follow @Steph_Tolev and @Steph_Infection_Podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! See Steph's "Filth Queen" Spring/Summer Tour: April 5-6 C…
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The impact of knowing that God cares about your work and not just how you spend your lunch break, how to use Show & Tell for grown-ups to move from Surface > Serious > Spiritual, and how to practically make people feel valued beyond their productivity. Links Mentioned: Candice Levert on LinkedIn Mere Christians: Sean Kouplen (CEO of Regent Bank) Me…
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Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by Joanne Paul, Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History at the University of Sussex, to discuss her new book, The House of Dudley: A New History of Tudor England. They chat about who were the Dudleys, how they gained prominence, then lost it all, then gained prominence once again, and then finally lost it all again.…
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In this weeks episode of Steph Infection we catch up with the fboy himself, BENEDICT POLIZZI! We talk spray tans, dating, body stuff and that time he ran out of gas on the highway. Follow @Steph_Tolev and @Steph_Infection_Podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! See Steph's "Filth Queen" Spring/Summer Tour: April 5…
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Why “losing your life” for Christ is less about moving overseas and more about losing control, what Scripture’s focus on Jesus’s “one-off” miracles and engagements means for your unseen work today, and how to practically “number your days” so that you may grow in wisdom. Links Mentioned: NOD & Grow The Sacredness of Secular Work A Praying Life When…
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Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by Laurie Winer, founding editor of the Los Angeles Review of Books, to discuss her new book, Oscar Hammerstein II and the Invention of the Musical. They chat about why Winer believes Hammerstein more than anyone else invented the musical. They also discuss his relationship with collaborators Jerome Kern and Richard…
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Steph Infection is back with another goodie, the hilarious Clayton Farris is with us! We chat about Psoriasis, Hair, Mental Health and sobriety. ENJOY! Follow @Steph_Tolev and @steph_infection_podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! See Steph's "Filth Queen" Tour: Mar 21-23 Appleton, WI April 5-6 Cincinnati, OH Ap…
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Why viewing sports as trivial diminishes God’s sovereignty, why we’re tempted to assign priority where God does not, and how Christians should think differently about free enterprise. Links Mentioned: Scott Sonju on LinkedIn Scott Sonju Email TrailRunner Int TrailRunner Int Sports Counterfeit Gods by Tim Keller Praxis Labs Fault Lines: The Social J…
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Heartland’s Tim Benson is joined by Benn Steil, senior fellow and director of international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, to discuss his new book, The World That Wasn't: Henry Wallace and the Fate of the American Century. They discuss Wallace’s brilliance as a geneticist, his odd obsession with mysticism, and his naivete toward the…
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This week's episode we got the one and only MuFKR Steven Ho @steveioe and HOLY MOLY. The stories he has are... absolutely. Disgusting. I'm super excited for you to enjoy this episode and let's give Steven the Steph Infection love! Follow @Steph_Tolev and @steph_infection_podcast on Instagram. Send in your body stories to be featured on the pod! See…
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