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Let's Talk About Sects is an award-winning monthly podcast focusing on a different cult each episode. Sarah takes a storytelling, deep dive approach, looking at the history of a sect's leaders, the recruitment of members, their experiences, psychological aspects, and notable incidents during its existence. You can support us on Patreon, with a one-off donation, or grab some merch. Sarah Steel's debut book Do As I Say is available now. “A fascinating and well-researched look into cults and th ...
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Research Adjacent is a podcast that shines a light on everything that goes into making research successful, except the research. I’m talking about public engagement, knowledge exchange, outreach, project management, research communications, publishing, funding, events, training, partnerships, facilitation, and the rest. Too often, all we hear about are the researchers and the research outputs. Well, not here! In the podcast Sarah McLusky talks to amazing research-adjacent professionals about ...
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Victory Kitchen

Sarah Creviston Lee

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Victory Kitchen is an exploration of food rationing in wartime America. Join author, historian, and vintage foodie Sarah Creviston Lee as she delves into World War II cookbooks, recipes and menu plans to discover how our grandmas got their food to fight for victory. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/victorykitchenpodcast/support
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How does contemporary art get created? Hear the behind-the-scenes of some of today’s great painters, sculptors, photographers, and collectors. Learn the inspiration, motivation, and creative processes that make contemporary art possible. Hosted by Whitney Rosenson, Owner of Art Dimensions Online – your online home for art leasing and sales from over 80 talented artists
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Fintech Hustle

Sam Kilmer & Cornerstone Advisors

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Join host Sam Kilmer, fintech advisor, in unscripted conversations with top fintech industry leaders. No planned corporate talking points, no scripts, no pitches. Just useful advice and insights. To keep it lively, Sam often brings co-hosts like author/researcher Ron Shevlin, former American Banker editor Mary Wisniewski, and former Bank Director President Al Dominick.
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Welcome to Makeover Montage, the podcast formerly known as Fishnet Flix! Each week, fashion and beauty writer Marie Lodi and producer Blaire Bercy break down the fashion and glam seen in your favorite movie, TV show, or music video. As costume design superfans and avid movie-watchers, Marie and Blaire call out specific looks, trends, and fun facts while also sharing their current fashion, beauty, and pop culture obsessions. Episodes range from fully dissecting a film, to chatting with renown ...
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De Dépendance Podcast addresses the complex issues of our time and how they manifest themselves in our cities and urban regions. From Rotterdam, The Netherlands we interview writers, scholars, and thought leaders.
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This is the podcast page for Momtrepreneurs, a series from WTAJ in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Momtrepreneurs are hardworking mom's trying to master business. We are here to share their stories on how they balance being moms and owning businesses. Head to our website for more information: www.wearecentralpa.com/
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Climate change is upon us. Fires, droughts, hurricanes, sea level rise, and melting ice caps are all part of our new normal. But something else is happening as well. Scientists, innovators, organizations, cities, companies, and citizens are taking action, making progress, and finding solutions. Climate Break brings you stories of climate progress and interviews with climate innovators from California and around the world, in under 2 minutes. Our solution-oriented, radio-ready shows are produ ...
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What on earth is a noun phrase?

Oxford Language Performance (OLP)

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A podcast for language teachers and linguists. Short, practical and forward-thinking. Each episode, we talk to one expert within the field of language teaching. We discuss what's most important for them and look at practical ideas to bring into your work. For more information, please visit www.oxfordlp.org.
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The Tasteless Gentlemen

The Tasteless Gentlemen

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We are the Tasteless Gentlemen We are not merely four men voicing our opinions of the world and the idiots which comprise it. We are the voices of men the world over. Men who have traversed the battlefield of love and life and returned harder (insert infantile chuckle here), better, faster, and stronger. We are the balls of men who have long since consigned their own genitals to wives, fiances, and girlfriends. We are the jerks you love to hate... and love to love. Why? Because we are men wi ...
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Back to Black is the Amy Winehouse biopic out this week and directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. James is Percival Everett’s retelling of Mark Twain’s 1884 novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, narrated by the enslaved Jim.The Wallace collection spotlights Ranjit Singh, the Maharaja of the Sikh Empire and the treasure trove of weapons that kept him in p…
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Brady Smith is a painter, muralist, illustrator, writer, and actor who started out doodling and finds inspiration from his upbringing in Texas. He's published and illustrated several children's books and has had roles on Parks and Recreation and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Hear how to create something every single day, make people happy with…
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Anna May Wong was an international star who appeared in some of Hollywood’s biggest movies in a career that spanned from the silent films of the 1920s, through the advent of talkies in the 30s, to television in the 1950s, despite all the obstacles in her path. A new biography, Not Your China Doll, examines how against all the odds Anna May Wong fou…
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Nathan Hill talks about his new novel Wellness, the follow-up to his acclaimed debut The Nix. Maggie Rogers, the singer-songwriter whose career was launched by a student performance for Pharrell Williams that went viral, talks about her latest album Don't Forget Me. Romesh Gunasekera discusses the novels on the International Booker Prize Shortlist,…
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What is a cool surface? Cool surfaces are roofs, walls, or pavements that are generally light-colored and highly reflective. When sunlight hits a white surface, its rays bounce off the surface rather than being absorbed, and are reflected back into space. Darker surfaces tend to absorb sunlight, trapping heat. Cool surfaces release this heat back i…
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This episode was recorded on February 1st, 2024 at the Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, California. The lineup includes Colin Hay, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Chuck Prophet & The Make Out Quartet, Bruce Cockburn, and The Lucky Valentines. https://bit.ly/3vCxWf8By West Virginia Public Broadcasting
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Susan and Alice are cataloguing the past for the researchers of the future Susan Shanks and Alice Millard are archivists working on the New Jerusalems new towns archive project. Susan is based at County Durham Records Office while Alice is based at West Sussex record Office. Sarah, Alice and Susan talk about How they took different routes to the sa…
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Artist Yinka Shonibare talks about his new exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery, which explores the legacy of Imperialism. Guitarist Sean Shibe performs early Scottish lute music and previews a new classical guitar concerto live in the Front Row studio. And film experts Stephen McConnachie and Inés Toharia explain how fast changing technology and d…
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Join us for a special celebration of 50 episodes of Developod! In this episode, we look back on our recent future of teacher development episodes, introduce our new host Helen Slee and say farewell to the man who's been there since day one, Christian Tiplady. James quizzes them on their knowledge about podcasts, and Helen interviews Christian about…
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In this episode I'm in conversation with Caroline Steel, a GP of 17 years, doctor of 25 years, coach, hypnotherapist and speaker. Caroline grew up in a dysfunctional home with an alcoholic, narcissist, hoarding mother and an absent father, studying was her escape route and she escaped straight into the same chaotic dehumanising stress of the NHS. R…
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Beyonce’s new album Cowboy Carter - Netflix drama Ripley starring Andrew Scott - Io Capitano, the Oscar-nominated movie about teens in Senegal in search of a better life - all reviewed by film critic Leila Latif and music writer Jasper Murison-Bowie. And novelist and critic John Domini remembers the American novelist (and his former teacher) John B…
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Almost 50 years to the day when ABBA's Waterloo triumphed at Eurovision, ABBA specialist Carl Magnus Palm and Millie Taylor, professor of musical theatre, discuss how the song became such an all-conquering hit. A visit to Harewood House to see a new exhibition, Colours Uncovered, which tells the story of this stately home through the prism of colou…
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Dr. Elaine Harriss, a professor in the University of Tennessee at Martin Department of Music and recent inductee into the Steinway & Sons Teachers Hall of Fame, has been teaching piano for more than 50 years. She began teaching music as an undergraduate student in Nashville and continued in Monroe, Louisiana where she taught in an all-Black school …
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Staying Educated About Climate Change As climate change intensifies, the heightened frequency of natural disaster weather-related events is quickly becoming the new reality. Whether it be prolonged wildfire seasons in Northern California or destructive hurricanes off the Florida coast, citizens across the country are beginning to bear the burden of…
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This episode was recorded on January 14th, 2024 at West Virginia Uinversity's Canady Creative Arts Center in Morgantown, WV. The lineup includes The Steel Wheels, Leslie Mendelson, Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle, Upstate, and Peter One. https://bit.ly/3J5W2BKBy West Virginia Public Broadcasting
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Actor Dev Patel joins to talk about his directorial debut Monkey Man, a movie inspired by the Indian legend of Hunaman that tells the dark and brutal story of a young man in Mumbai out to avenge the life of his mother. As exam season approaches we ask which books are currently being taught in our schools, and why? We speak to Kit de Waal, whose bre…
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The National Gallery opened its doors on 10th May 1824. The public could view 38 paintings, free. Now there are more than 2,300, including many masterpieces of European art by geniuses such as Rembrandt, Turner and Van Gogh. It is still free. The gallery's director, Gabriele Finaldi, guides Samira Ahmed through the collection. Artists Barbara Walke…
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This episode was recorded on December 3rd, 2023 at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, WV. The lineup includes James McMurtry, Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche, John Doyle & Mick McAuley, Cheryl Wheeler & Kenny White, Tommy Prine, and Marc Harshman. https://bit.ly/4aBn4NsBy West Virginia Public Broadcasting
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Happy 25th anniversary to the 1999 classic, 10 Things I Hate About You! We’ve talked about Kim Tillman’s work on the pod before (Doppelgänger, Wild Things). This time, she created thoughtful and fashionable costumes for the Seattle teens in this reimagined Taming of the Shrew. Kim dressed Julia Stiles’s character in low-slung pants, cropped camo, a…
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Peaky Blinders' writer Steven Knight's new drama, This Town, is out this week. Author Daniel Rachel and art historian Sarah Gaventa review. We'll also review a landmark exhibition on the Italian designer Enzo Mari which opens at the Design museum, showcasing his infinite calendar, self assembly book cases and beautiful children’s books. We take a l…
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Camilla Whitehill on her new Channel 4 sitcom Big Mood, starring Nicola Coughlan and Lydia West, which explores the lives of Millennials. Gareth Malone and Hannah French celebrate Bach's St John Passion, which was first performed in Leipzig 300 years ago this Easter. Joel Morris, author of Be Funny or Die, discusses how comedy works and what makes …
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Norah Jones discusses her new album, Visions, and reflects on the song, Come Away With Me, that made her name along with a special performance in the Front Row studio; Sir Ian McKellen and theatre director Robert Icke on tackling one of Shakespeare's greatest characters, Falstaff, in their new production Player Kings; and Keisha Thompson on how her…
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Steel Production Globally, 1.9 billion metric tons of crude steel were produced in 2022. Over the past 15 years, the global demand for steel production has nearly doubled, as this versatile product can be found in nearly all modern infrastructure such as buildings, ships, vehicles, machines, and appliances. Conventionally, steel is made from iron o…
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A little update from Sarah about what to expect with Let's Talk About Sects now that we're winding up the sixth season of the show. Don't worry, we're not going anywhere! But there are a few small changes to make sure that this project remains sustainable. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/ltaspod https://www.ltaspod.com/supporters Subscrib…
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In this episode of The Century Plan, we discuss the pension changes brought about by the 2023 Spring Budget which are coming in to effect this year. It may be a short-shelf-life episode if we see a change in Government following an election. Sarah and Dennis discuss how the Budget in 2023 has played out and is affecting pensions. We hear how Govern…
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Kath is growing connections in humanities publishing Kath Burton works in humanities development at the academic publisher Routledge Taylor and Francis. She is also a community gardening enthusiast with Incredible Edible Reading. Sarah and Kath talk about Exploring new ways of sharing scholarly knowledge The surprisingly pragmatic reason for her mo…
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Nikki Giovanni is one of only a handful of poets whose work has been published as a Penguin Modern Classic in their own life time. A key figure of America's Black Arts Movement as both a writer an activist, she speaks to Tom about her life and career. A well-known actor, Andrew Buchan has now turned to writing with Passenger, the new ITV crimes dra…
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Sam Kilmer and co-host Stacey Bryant catch up with industry legend Mark Forbis (THL Partners), Tiffany Matthews (Tyfone) and Jeff Harper (Fintegrate) at the AFT Spring Summit 24 to throw down on various topics related to the fintech industry. They discuss their day-to-day experiences, including the challenges and opportunities they encounter, highl…
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We’re wasting no time talking about the Oscar-winning film Poor Things! Costume designer Holly Waddington (The Great, Lady MacBeth, Ginger & Rosa) won the mf’in’ Academy Award for Best Costume Design for this film! Emma Stone (Best Actress winner) stars in this gender-swapped Frankenstein tale about a woman who gets resurrected with a baby’s brain …
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The Independent’s chief film critic Clarisse Loughrey and the Telegraph’s film critic Tim Robey review the Oscar-nominated animation Robot Dreams which follows the friendship of a dog and a robot - can their bond survive Robot being locked up on Coney Island beach, after his joints rust over following a paddle in the sea? They also give their verdi…
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Filmmaker Derek Purvis is the producer-director of the just released action pic “The Ballad of Davy Crockett.” In this episode, Purvis shares a little about the early inspiration that led him to a career in filmmaking along with a few stories that take listeners behind the scenes of his production. Filmed in Tennessee, “The Ballad of Davy Crockett”…
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Writer Kazuo Ishiguro and jazz musician Stacey Kent talk about collaborating on their new book of lyrics, The Summer We Crossed Europe in the Rain. What’s the significance of the hare in art and mythology? To mark the season of the March hare, writer Jane Russ, sculptor Sophie Ryder and musician Fay Hield explain. And following the British Board of…
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The Need to Accurately Quantify Emissions As we begin to come to terms with the reality of the fossil fuel industry’s role in climate change, many policymakers are looking towards market-based mechanisms to curb the level of emissions released by harmful polluters. Market-based mechanisms include taxing pollution directly (through a carbon tax) or …
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Marjane Satrapi is best known for being the cartoonist and film maker behind Persepolis. She talks to Samira Ahmed about her new book - Woman, Life, Freedom - which she has created with 17 Iranian and international comic book artists. It documents the story of the death in custody of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, a woman detained for allegedly not prope…
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Daniel Libeskind, the architect best known for the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the World Trade Centre masterplan in New York, talks about designing a building to house Einstein’s archive in Jerusalem. As Germany celebrates the 250th birthday of the painter Caspar David Friedrich with three major exhibitions, art historians Louisa Buck and Waldemar …
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Join us for the emotional and strange story of Steven and Cary Stayner - one, the victim of child abduction and the other a serial killer responsible for the murder of four women. DEADBOLT FILMS https://www.youtube.com/@DeadboltFilms Support the show FOXIES FANTASTIC FABRICATIONS: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100057588545294 THE PODCAST …
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In this episode I'm in conversation with Kirsty Jandrell about the impact of losing her mum and step dad within half an hour of each other whilst she was negotiating being a first time mum at the age of 46. These served as a turning point to live her life in alignment with her soul purpose. We cover dealing with grief during Covid pandemic, choosin…
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Welcome to our Francine Jamison-Tanchuck fan podcast! Listen to us delve into Francine’s beautiful, brilliant costume design for The Color Purple (2023) and her career coming full circle after working on the original 1985 film with costume designer Aggie Guerard Rodgers. (We discussed Francine’s work before for our Boomerang and Low Down Dirty Sham…
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Labour leader Keir Starmer joins to discuss his party's new arts strategy, which he unveiled this morning, aiming to boost access to the arts and grow the creative industries. Writer and theologian Professor Tina Beattie and critic and broadcaster Matthew Sweet review Marilynne Robsinson’s new book Reading Genesis which offers a fresh look at the s…
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Ellen Scobie is a versatile artist who uses digital imagery and sculpture to explore the interconnectedness and interdependency of all lifeforms. She combines fragments of photographs into new compositions and also shapes clay into representations of the human body. Hear how she fell in love with these different types of art, how we can lift others…
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What is plastic? Plastic is a material derived primarily from carbon-based sources like natural gas, oil, and even plants. It is created by treating these organic materials with heat and catalysts to form various polymers. Producing plastic is energy-intensive, often relying on the combustion of fossil fuels such as coal and natural gas, both for p…
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Paul Theroux discusses his new novel, Burma Sahib, about George Orwell’s formative years as a colonial police officer in what is now Myanmar. Voice expert Professor Patsy Rodenburg quit her job over fears that actors’ traditional “craft” skills are being lost, as screen acting overshadows theatre work. Sam Lee, Bernard Butler and James Keay perform…
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Historical novelist Philippa Gregory talks to Nick Ahad about writing her first stage play, Richard, My Richard, for Shakespeare North Playhouse in Prescot. Unlike Shakespeare's, Gregory's play is a tender, passionate, portrait of man in his time, surrounded by the women who influence his fate. With Marvel, DC and Sony superhero films boring fans a…
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In this episode of The Century Plan Sarah and Dennis are pleased to welcome their guest Carl Richards. Carl is a US-based certified financial planner, joining the podcast from Park City Utah. Carl is the creator of the Sketch Guy column, which appeared weekly for a decade in the New York times. He's an international author and speaker, and his work…
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