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Movie Schmovie

Steve Reter, Ronald James, John Walker

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A movie review podcast that revolves around the always interesting opinions of Steve, Ronald, and John. Facts, Laughs, Friends. This is Movie Schmovie.
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Weekly devotionals at BYU-Idaho give listeners a chance to learn and be inspired. Weekly speakers share experiences and personal testimonies of the Lord Jesus Christ. Speakers include BYU-Idaho presidents, Church leaders, teachers, staff and more.
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Witchpolice Radio

Witchpolice Radio

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Acclaimed Manitoba-centric music interview podcast. Hosted by Winnipeg journalist and massive record nerd Sam Thompson. Music talk radio, broadcasting from 2012 'til forever. DIY or die.
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How Were U Brainwashed? is a podcast hosted by your new best friends, Nicole Spiezio and Jenny Donheiser, that asks guests just that. What did you grow up thinking was true that you now know is just full brainwashing, babe? How did you unpack that bullshit and come out the other side? From religion to Jersey Shore, from Monogamy to Pepé Le Pew, the pod tackles women stuff, fat/body stuff (Nicole is fat! Trendy!!!), mental health stuff (you know your girls are in therapy), and a fair share of ...
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Inspired By A True Story

The Hollywood Outsider

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Welcome to Inspired By A True Story, where our award-winning podcast hosts and film critics discuss the genuine details that have inspired some of the most memorable true crime movies around. Inspiration is far different than being based on a true story, so each episode will break down the crime or crimes that inspired a specific film, and then discuss how factual that film is, versus how much is simply Hollywood magic. Inspired by a true story is now available to listen and subscribe on you ...
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DIEOWA

Beth & Alli

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The “heart of America” may not be as warm and loving as you think. Join Alli and Beth—native Iowans—as they share stories of murders and cold cases across the state of Iowa, one county at a time. And the best part? Taps, our anonymous former homicide detective/lawyer, is there to answer all of our loosely-related questions about the case.
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Table Setters: A Baseball Podcast

Table Setters: A Baseball Podcast

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Welcome to Table Setters, the podcast where Devin and Steve bring you everything you need to know about Major League Baseball (MLB) and then some! Join these two baseball enthusiasts as they break down the latest games, analyze player performances, and serve up spicy commentary on all the MLB drama. With their witty banter and deep dive into the sport, Devin and Steve are here to satisfy your baseball cravings, whether you’re a die-hard fan or just tuning in. So grab your peanuts and Cracker ...
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Sonic Watermelons can be heard / streamed live every Tuesday from 7:00-8:00 PM (EST) on BSR (Brown Student and Community Radio), The show is produced by Reza Clifton along with co-producers Jose Ramirez and Deejay Kellan and a team of volunteers and contributors. To listen live or find archive links (going back to 2010), visit http://www.bsrlive.com. Follow Sonic Watermelons on Facebook @SonicWatermelons, on Twitter @watermelonradio, and on all social media at #sonicwatermelons,
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Marie Kawthar Daouda, author and a lecturer in French language and literature at the University of Oxford, joins EI's Alastair Benn to discuss how Belle Époque-era Paris continues to fascinate, with its burgeoning commercial culture, everyday beauty and glittering department stores. Image: Jean Béraud's painting 'Paris, rue du Havre', c. 1882. Cred…
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Jenny & Nicole welcome powerhouse actor Ronald Peet (Bad Monkey, Jeremy O. Harris's "Daddy") to the pod! We get into Ronald's turn as one of the stars of the upcoming Apple TV show "Bad Monkey" premiering August 14th, pureeing salmon (GAG), how acting disregulates the nervous system, learning about Zen Buddhism at Border's, how running a marathon m…
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Another guest-hosted episode -- this time with Ronald George Moore of the Manitoba Moneyshot Podcast conducting things! RGM talked to local rapper BS Raps about his new rock/country/blues-inspired hip-hop record, I Made These For You. Tune in for their conversation about the origins of the project, collaborating with artists like (past Witchpolice …
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Welcome back to TableSetters, your go-to podcast for all things baseball! Steve and Devin are back, and we have a tremendous guest for our opening segment. We have an exclusive conversation covering all things Cleveland Guardians talking with Quincy Wheeler (@QuincyWheeler1) from The Cleveland Guardians Fancast, Disgusting Baseball Podcast & Coveri…
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Today Justin sits down with Luis Munar Duran. Luis received his law degree from the University of Valencia in Spain and was a practicing attorney for nearly 20 years beginning in 1998. He's also a certified pilot and served as a reserve officer in the Spanish Air Force. Luis also has extensive training and experience in security and human rights is…
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It's a conversation about prairie rap, aging, beats, new music and more with Epic and Rob Crooks! At the time this episode is being posted, they're days away from the release of the excellent Nassau Manor LP (Saskatoon Folk Rap Records/Hand'Solo Records), which was recorded here in Winnipeg and is coming out July 26 on vinyl, CD, and that streaming…
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A world of machine art would be an eerie one. Art connects us to one another. We cannot, and we should not, replace that connection with an uncanny simulacrum of it. Read by Helen Lloyd. Image: The Tribuna of the Uffizi by John Zoffany. Credit: PAINTING / Alamy Stock PhotoBy Engelsberg Ideas Podcasts
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Lawrence Freedman profiles the Fortune journalist and best-selling author who played a key role in shaping mid-20th century perceptions of strategy and the role of the corporation. Read by Sebastian Brown. Image: From left to right: Dorothy McDonald (wife of John, née Eisner), Leon Trotsky and John McDonald in Coyoacan, Mexico, in the 1930s. McDona…
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The historian and broadcaster Alice Loxton joins the EI team to discuss her forthcoming book, Eighteen: A History of Britain in 18 Young Lives, and her fight to bring serious history to a wider public. Image: A jigsaw puzzle from the early nineteenth century, bearing representations of the Kings and Queens of England from William I to George IV. Cr…
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Welcome back to TableSetters, your go-to podcast for all things baseball! Steve and Devin are back, and we have an outstanding guest for our opening segment. We have an exclusive conversation covering all things Baltimore Orioles prospects talking with Nick Stevens(@TheVergePod) from On The Verge | An Orioles Prospect Podcast. We talked about the p…
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Jenny & Nicole welcome Musical Theater DARLING Kim Blanck (Suffs, Octet, Alice By Heart) to the pod! We get into Kim's BROADWAY DEBUT in Suffs, what it's like to perform at The Tony's, Costco rotisserie chicken, Hillary Clinton's vibe, the lace budget on Hamilton, if performing arts high schools are good or bad, how Jenny & Nicole were both student…
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It should come as no surprise to regular Witchpolice listeners that I'm a big fan of singer-songwriter Nic Dyson's music, so when guest host Sean McGinity suggested recording a new interview with Nic, I was all for it. Sean is joined by his brother Todd in the guest-hosting chair for this episode -- a familiar situation for the McGinitys, who have …
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Ron, Steve, and John return to the ongoing Watch-em-all series with the next three installments in the Halloween franchise, 1988’s Halloween 4: The Curse of Michael Myers, 1989’s Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers, and, from 1995, Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers. It would be simplistic to say that the quality declines as this trilogy…
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This week Justin talks with Dan Lawton. Dan received his bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame and graduated with his Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center in 1986 and has been practicing and a practicing attorney in San Diego, California for many years. He's also taught at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law since 2001…
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On this episode, the guest host spot is taken over by the illustrious Stiff Wiggle -- synthesizer enthusiast, art rock experimentalist, and now podcaster! Stiff sat down with two members of pop-indebted rock n' roll outfit VVonder, to talk about their unique sound, upcoming music, weird experiences at local record stores, and much more! (Speaking o…
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East Germany’s quest to catch up with the technological innovations of the West prompted some remarkable successes, but also expanded the oppression of its mass surveillance apparatus. Read by Helen Lloyd. Image: The Trabant car being manufactured at the East German Sachsenring car plant. Credit: Classic Picture Library / Alamy Stock Photo…
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EI's Alastair Benn sits down with Ian Leslie, author of Conflicted: Why Arguments Are Tearing Us Apart and How They Can Bring Us Together, to discuss how the counterculture went mainstream. Image: An advert on the Nike store at Oxford Circus. Credit: Matthew Chattle / Alamy Stock PhotoBy Engelsberg Ideas Podcasts
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Jenny & Nicole welcome actor, singer, and all-around powerhouse performer Sherz Aletaha to the pod! We get into Sherz's journey with the iconic Broadway revival of Merrily We Roll Along, how Nicole invented starring places on Google Maps, Jenny being the single vote for Gore in her Texas school's mock election, if we can still be on Summer House no…
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Welcome back to TableSetters, your go-to podcast for all things baseball! Steve and Devin are back, and we have an amazing guest for our opening segment. We have an exclusive conversation covering all things Los Angeles Angels talking with Chuck Richter (@AngelsWin) from AngelsWin.com. Chuck Richter is the founder and CEO of AngelsWin.com which is …
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Shattered Brain Orchestrations is a local label centred around Adam Lavoie’s various solo projects, including Varkt, Töt Bête Lögn, Don Calfa, and many more — covering everything from black metal to hardcore to powerviolence to electronic experiments. Here's our conversation about the compulsion to create, starting out as a piano player, getting mu…
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Today just talks to Jan Stocklassa. Jan is an author and journalist focusing on large scale affairs in international politics. He served as a diplomat for Sweden in the Czech Republic from 1997 until 2003, and later helped found a newspaper paper in Prague. Jan spent more than a decade researching the 1986 murder of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palm…
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The USA’s number one Winnipeg-music-appreciator, Greg Soden (of Unscripted Moments: A Podcast About Propagandhi), is back in the guest-host chair after a successful appearance on episode #910! On this episode, he sat down with acclaimed local producer/musician/engineer/multi-hyphenate John Paul Peters. Tune in for a chat about JP's extensive career…
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An often-overlooked fact about the current Russo-Ukrainian War is that over the centuries Russia has waged several wars to try to conquer Crimea and the Donbas area. Read by Helen Lloyd. Image: Ukrania quae et Terra Cosaccorum cum vicinis Walachiae, Moldoviae, by Johann Baptiste Homann (1664–1724), 1720. Credit: history_docu_photo / Alamy Stock Pho…
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Catherine Ostler profiles Maria Antonia, Electress of Saxony, an artistic polymath who helped re-shape elite culture in the Enlightenment age. Read by Sebastian Brown. Image: An 18th-century portrait of Maria Antonia of Bavaria, Electress of Saxony, by Peter Jacob Horemans. Credit: Heritage Image Partnership Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo…
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EI's Angus Reilly discusses how Ronald Reagan put economic openness at the heart of the battle for ideas against Soviet Communism with William Inboden, author of The Peacemaker: Ronald Reagan, the Cold War, and the World on the Brink. Image: Ronald Reagan at the Durenberger Republican convention Rally, 1982. Credit: World History Archive / Alamy St…
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Jenny & Nicole welcome the delightful stand-up comedian, writer, and Jenny's former work bestie Maria Wojo to the pod! They get into whether babies float like witches, Rochester Garbage Plates, looking like Laura Dern, being pranked by your children, being young and bold with your Facebook requests, if Conservative female OBGYNs exist, and whether …
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