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Weird Studies

Phil Ford and J. F. Martel

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Professor Phil Ford and writer J. F. Martel host a series of conversations on art and philosophy, dwelling on ideas that are hard to think and art that opens up rifts in what we are pleased to call "reality."
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Very Bad Wizards

Tamler Sommers & David Pizarro

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Very Bad Wizards is a podcast featuring a philosopher (Tamler Sommers) and a psychologist (David Pizarro), who share a love for ethics, pop culture, and cognitive science, and who have a marked inability to distinguish sacred from profane. Each podcast includes discussions of moral philosophy, recent work on moral psychology and neuroscience, and the overlap between the two.
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The "Convicted to Grow Podcast," hosted by Coach Tressa, guides you on a journey of personal growth and business success. Each episode features real stories, actionable strategies, and wisdom from individuals who've turned their setbacks and convictions into remarkable achievements. Join us weekly to explore resilience, leadership, entrepreneurship, and self-discovery, uncovering the principles of lasting change.
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The mission of Down Trails of Victory podcast is to seek out stories of Southeast Texas through the podcast medium, featuring schools and their associated personalities, alumni, eras, and traditions, for the purpose of providing a historical record to contribute to the heritage of Southeast Texas.
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FUTURE FOSSILS

Michael Garfield

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Join paleontologist-futurist Michael Garfield and an avalanche of amazing guests for deep but irreverent discussions at the edge of the known and knowable: on prehistory and post-humanity and deep time, non-human agency and non-duality, science fiction and self-fulfilling prophecies, complex systems and sustainability (or lack thereof), psychedelics as a form of training for proliferating futures, art and creativity as service and as inquiry. New episodes on a roughly biweekly basis. Get bon ...
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Brent Ford discovered his love for running when he tipped the scales at 140.8 kilograms, often shuffling around his suburb of Canberra, working through the distances of five kilometres, to ten, before running a half marathon in 2019. But, it was after testing his body during his first ultra at Stromlo that he truly fell in love with the sport, and it was through sharing his own journey to 100 kilometres that he realised there were many incredible stories to be told. This is a podcast for tho ...
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The JLegend Effect tackles all news and culture issues from a street & sometimes comical perspective. We often have comedy and music guest join us to bring a different prospective to all topics.
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Martyn and

The Bad Wilf Network

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Welcome to 'Martyn &', the podcast that's your one-stop shop for unfiltered conversations with fascinating personalities from all walks of life. Hosted by Martyn, this show dives deep into the minds of guests, exploring their stories, experiences, and insights in a candid and engaging style. Get ready to laugh, ponder, and be captivated as Martyn and his guests share the most intriguing anecdotes and tackle thought-provoking questions. This is the podcast where curiosity knows no bounds.
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Food First

Phil Knight

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“HUNGER IS NOT BETTER THAN WE ARE, IT IS NOT BIGGER THAN WE ARE, AND IT IS NOT BEYOND US TO SOLVE.” Featuring innovative leaders from government, industry and nonprofit organizations, Food First is a platform for sharing ideas and, more importantly, solutions to end food insecurity. Dr. Knight is a tireless advocate, believing that Michigan, the nation’s second most diverse agricultural state, can prove that hunger is not better, not stronger, and not smarter than us.
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Lonesome Rhodes Behind the Wheel is a podcast about cars. We will have on curators from various car museums across the country, including the Pioneer Museum in Minden, Nebraska, the Museum of speed in Lincoln, the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, the Orphan Car Museum in Ypsilanti, the Studebaker Museum in South Bend, and the Gilmore Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan among them. We will be going to car shows throughout the summer months, and talking to car historians such as Phil Skinner, ap ...
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After The Ending

Mike Spring & Phil Edwards

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We look at what happened to the characters in your favorite movies after they end. If this was the real world, what would happen to that girl who survived the summer camp slasher massacre? Who's going to believe the guy who traveled through time? Were the members of The Breakfast Club still friends on Monday morning? These are the questions we're going to answer! And on top of that, every episode includes a fun mini-feature, and we revisit our picks for the top films of a particular year or ...
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Philip Ford, a youth advocate, and speaker shares his resilience journey from educator to entrepreneur, trusting the process along the way. He also talks about his nonprofit, Reach Urban Empowerment, aiming for global impact. Phil shares his journey into fitness and nutrition, highlighting the importance of holistic health and wellness. He also tal…
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Orson Welles made F for Fake in the early seventies, while still bobbing in the wake of a Pauline Kael essay accusing him of being cinema's greatest fraud. Ostensibly a documentary on the famous art forger Elmyr de Hory and his biographer Clifford Irving (a talented faker in his own right), the film blurs the line between fact and fiction in an eff…
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It’s an old-school episode as David and Tamler dive into some intriguing research on the origins of cultural differences. Two neighboring communities in communist China were assigned to be wheat farmers and rice farmers. Seventy years later, the people in the rice farming communities showed signs of being more collectivist, relational, and holistic…
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Allaina Maria shares her inspiring story of resilience. Allaina discusses overcoming the challenges of her son’s premature birth and death, and the sudden loss of her uncle. She transformed her pain into purpose, becoming a motivational speaker, author, singer-songwriter, screenwriter, and entrepreneur. She also shares her own journey of growth, di…
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Summary One of the most important roles in the C-suite is ownership of company ethics, culture, and policy. Who better to give us insights than someone who spearheads this role at a company that’s navigated these waters for over 123 years?! Enter Beth Rose, Chief Compliance, Ethics, & Integrity Officer at Ford Motor Company. Beth and I sit down to …
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The Port Neches-Groves Indians--Texas 5A D2 State Football Champions of 2023. Six seniors from that 2023 Indian squad--Shea Adams, Mario Miguel, Isaiah Nguyen, Giovanni Oceguera, Reid Richard, and Maxwell Scroggs--tell the story of that historic championship run. It's a unique and insightful perspective from the players themselves. Their remembranc…
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Vernard Hines, aka the Laugh Therapist, a 20-year + Army veteran, shares his battle with PTSD and promotes mental health awareness through humor. Vernard discusses how comedy became his therapy and how he uses his platform to advocate for veterans and raise awareness about PTSD. The conversation also touches on the importance of seeking help, the s…
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David and Tamler choose an episode topic that will define the identity and meaning of the Very Bad Wizards podcast going forward – our top 3 existentialist movies. Plus, you’re gonna be shocked to hear this, you might want to sit down, but there has been surprisingly little research on the metaphysics of puns. We look at a recent paper that remedie…
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The ongoing crackdown on protests at many American universities prompts a discussion on the politics, ethics, and metaphysics of free expression. Support us on Patreon. Buy the Weird Studies soundtrack, volumes 1 and 2, on Pierre-Yves Martel's Bandcamp page. Listen to Meredith Michael and Gabriel Lubell's podcast, Cosmophonia. Visit the Weird Studi…
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Nick and Phil return with our final episode of the season, reflecting on World Championship glory for Kyren Wilson at the Crucible. We talk about his victory in the final over Jak Jones, as well as the semi-finals. We also chat about the tournament as a whole, including the television coverage, and catch up with your Sheffield correspondence. There…
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In February of 2022, Jeff Joseph was named the 20th head football coach at Port Neches-Groves High School. It was his first head coaching job. Two years later, Coach Joseph is the undisputed Coach of the Year recipient from practically every Texas organization that honors high school football coaching excellence! How did Coach Joseph achieve this s…
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Kira LaJune shares her story of resilience and overcoming adversity, from experiencing homelessness growing up to becoming a successful entrepreneur. She emphasizes the importance of making tough decisions, showing up, and taking action. She advises entrepreneurs to be coachable, visualize success, and act consistently, emphasizing confidence. In c…
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Summary In the course of this in-depth conversation, Larry McDonald – author of How to Listen When Markets Speak and CEO of Bear Traps Report – delves deep into the financial insights acquired from his global network, discussing the major economic shifts and their impact on financial markets, as captured in his latest book. His intention is to demo…
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This week I riff with Austin Wade Smith (they/them) — an animist, designer, ecologist, and creative technologist based in Brooklyn, New York and the Executive Director of Regen Foundation, a US-based non-profit working with distributed ledgers and AI to design sovereign regenerative economics. Austin’s work explores opportunities for social, legal,…
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Nick and Phil are back with a special episode live from Sheffield, and they're joined by two brilliant guests in father and son, Mark and Ryan Watterson. There's plenty of chat about all the best of 25 matches played in the World Championship at the Crucible over the last week, from the second round and quarter-final stages, plus the latest news fr…
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St. Francis of Assissi said, "He who works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman. He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.” Phil Brannan is a wood carving artist who has spent a lifetime pursuing a passion. It is a passion that has burned within him always, through his life'…
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There are artists who express the vision of a place, person, or thing so vividly and originally that it sets the bar for all future imaginings. With his four Mad Max films, this is what George Miller did with the image of the Wasteland. No one has been able to capture the stark, raw energy and chaotic beauty of a post-apocalyptic desert quite like …
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David and Tamler talk about Caitrin Keiper’s wonderful sprawling essay on elephant life and society and the many philosophical questions surrounding these extraordinary creatures. What kind of mental states can we attribute to them? Do they have a kind of language? Are they moral? What are our moral duties to them? What accounts for the long-standi…
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Nick and Phil return with the latest news from the World Championship at the Crucible. On the table, there's a review of the first round stage and a look ahead at best of 25 matches in the coming days. Off the table, there's loads to talk about including the future of the Crucible and this week's media appearances from Barry Hearn. Plus the threat …
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Keisha L. Blair, a speaker, corporate trainer, podcast host, electrician, and single mother of four shares her journey of overcoming adversity, including pregnancy, divorce, unexpected job loss, and challenges with weight loss due to high work demand. She discusses breaking into the male-dominated electrician field, her rise to management, and her …
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Holly Ranson took the recent Australian 24-Hours National Championships by storm, running a new Australian Women's record in the process, along with a whole stack of new records along the way at the AIS in Canberra, which involved some incredible crewing from her partner Nic French. That performance is just a small slice of what Holly has done in t…
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Lemar Wilson from Queens, NY, shares his journey from adversity to leadership, stressing the importance of good decisions and avoiding comparisons. He recounts facing financial hardship and marital strife but found strength through obedience amd faith, relocating for a fresh start. Lemar advocates for sharing personal stories to uplift others, prom…
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Nick and Phil look ahead to the biggest tournament in the sport, the World Championship in Sheffield. Before they get stuck into the 17 days to come, there's a review of qualifying, including another couple of highly dramatic Judgement Days, with the biggest story seeing the exit of Neil Robertson. We then bring you the World Championship draw and …
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Phil Gore is a household name in Ultra Running, making a name for himself as a Former World Record Holder in the Backyard Ultra format with 102 loops at the Australian Backyard Masters in 2023, which still stands as an Australian record. More recently he set a new Oceania 24-hour record at the Asia-Oceania Championships in Canberra. In this podcast…
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Ithell Colquhoun (1906-1988) was a British painter, poet, and occultist, long identified as a pioneer of the Surrealist movement in the UK. While her work is increasingly recognized for its mystical themes and innovative use of automatic techniques, deeply influenced by her esoteric studies, it also inspired extensive research on its broader cultur…
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A Rabbi is found dead in a hotel room, stabbed in the chest. The room is filled with Kabbalah texts and a single page in an typewriter that reads “The first letter of the name has been written.” The celebrated detective and “reasoning machine” Erik Lönnrot suspects a rabbinical explanation but is he seeing patterns that may not be there? David and …
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