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As we approach our 40th year, I interview friends from my graduating class of 1982, The College High Wildcats. This class held the distinction of being the last graduating class of College High School before the name was changed to Bartlesville High School. Sooner High School and College High were combined to form Bartlesville High College
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True Crime Recaps

Amy Townsend, Chris Nathan

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All the crime in half the time!® Because you've got a lot of mysteries to solve. Subscribe so you never miss a recap with Chris Nathan and Amy Townsend. Watch video episodes three times a week @truecrimerecaps on YouTube, Facebook, TikTok, and Snapchat.
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From UC Berkeley, a books-and-arts podcast about the cultural imagination — what Joan Didion once called the stories we tell ourselves to live. C&V delves into novels, nonfiction, poems, music, film, and other touchstones of our culture, with an eye to the spells they cast and the questions they raise. Sponsored by Berkeley's Townsend Center for the Humanities and hosted by Scott Saul, Chapter & Verse features artists, critics, historians and journalists, with a guest list that radiates outw ...
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i Hate LA

Scott Yeskel

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Los Angeles based artist Scott Yeskel talks to local Creatives about living and working in LA. What brought us all here? How’s it working out? Can you see doing your art anywhere else? Are we trapped here? Do we all secretly love LA? What keeps us here and what would be our ideal day here in the City of Angeles? Tune in to hear insights from working artists talk about their Love / Hate relationship with Los Angeles.
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Chief Executive of Ref Support UK Martin Cassidy has teamed up with Ryallzey and his trusted sidekick Little Wayne to bring you a weekly podcast with a twist. Never before have we had a podcast dedicated to referee’s to get their side of the story and behind the scenes antics like never heard before. Mix that up with talk about current day affairs and a special section looking back at historic football moments this aims to be the podcast that really kicks with plenty of laughs and unheard st ...
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SDCF Podcast Series

Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation

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About: The SDCF Podcast series includes insightful and in-depth conversations about the working processes and experiences of directors and choreographers. This series features four decades of interviews and panel discussions with some of the field’s most distinguished luminaries, including Hal Prince and Lloyd Richards. Recent episodes include conversations with such notable artists as Anne Kauffman, Raja Feather Kelly, Seret Scott, Leigh Silverman, Twyla Tharp, and Mark Valdez. Dive into ou ...
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Good Morning Podcasters explores marketing, advertising, public relations, and social media topics as they relate to podcasting and content creation. The show is hosted by Fuzz Martin—an agency owner and former broadcaster. The show is published on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with regular bonus episodes of "Podcasting Sucks!" with co-host Jeff Townsend on Saturday mornings.
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Welcome to DC Pension Geeks, a conversation with top retirement-related policymakers and regulators in and around Washington. Hosted by Brian Graff, an attorney, accountant, former Capitol Hill staffer, and now CEO of the American Retirement Association, it’s an inside view of the ups and downs, ins and outs and sometimes surprising turns Washington takes on the road to ensuring a secure retirement for millions of hard-working Americans.
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A podcast for guys that just happen to be dads.We cover trending topics going on in the world and some that are specifically for dads.If you're a dad, you'll love this. If you're not...you probably should be.
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The Tackling Scottish Rugby Podcast follows the final round of the 6 Nations and the game across Scotland. It features Scotland coach Gregor Townsend, stars of the current game, and legends of the past. Hosted by sports commentator Stuart Macfarlane, and former rugby captain and pundit Dale Clancy, it’s your one stop shop for everything you need to know about rugby. With their knowledge of the game, access to big stars and banter, it’s going to be unmissable.
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We Don't Even Know

Shonali Bhowmik and Christian Felix

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Christian Felix and Shonali Bhowmik became fast friends while working as temporary workers at a huge law firm in Manhattan. They share a love of laughing and giving each other hell. They may be called hipsters, old school, mainstream, irreverent, classic, country, gangster, or rock n' roll. All labels apply. Special guests, music, and attitude every episode. Past guests include: Jeremy O. Harris, Chelsea Peretti, Hannibal Buress, Keisha Zollar, H Jon Benjamin, Amber Tamblyn, JD Samson, Sanji ...
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Hosted by Economist and AgResource Company President, Dan Basse, "Old Folks Talk Grain" is your hub for all grain market knowledge! Join Dan and his industry-leading guests as they discuss global grain markets, both past and present. Presented by AgResource Company - Your trusted part in agriculture markets.
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Have you ever hesitated to act in an emergency, thinking someone else will surely step in? This episode peels back the layers of our psychology to reveal why our instincts might not always lead to heroism. Drawing from a segment in Daniel Kahneman's "Thinking Fast and Slow," I delve into the revealing study by Richard Nisbett and Eugene Borgida. Th…
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We dive deep into the twisted murder that put Kenneth Smith on death row in Alabama. Watch this recap and decide if he deserved nitrogen gas execution. At 8:25 p.m., the chapter closed on Kenneth Eugene Smith. He was 58 years old. It's a moment that's sure to spark debates and discussions on the death penalty and execution methods, leaving us all t…
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Department of Labor Chief Operating Officer and senior staff member Tim Hauser joins American Retirement Association CEO Brian Graff for a comprehensive discussion of the myths, controversies and questions surrounding the final fiduciary rule, officially called the Retirement Security Rule. This frank and factual conversation between two fiduciary …
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Scott Peterson's name is synonymous with a horrific crime: the murder of his wife and unborn child. But when the LA Innocence Project stepped in, claiming new evidence, doubts arose. Could Scott Peterson be innocent after all? What do you think about Scott’s chances for a new verdict? Get all the crime in half the time! Watch True Crime Recaps on F…
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Research and consulting giant Morningstar was cited over 40 times in the final fiduciary rule release, officially called the Retirement Security Rule. The reason was largely due to the data and information for which the company is known. Aron Szapiro, Head of Government Affairs with Morningstar, joins American Retirement Association CEO Brian Graff…
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For this episode I am joined by rider for La Conti Groupama FDJ and Great Britain, Noah Hobbs. Noah and I chat about growing up riding and racing in the UK and Europe as a youth rider before Covid hit in his 2nd year as an under 16. After losing most of his track and road seasons in 2020, Noah then made great progress as a Junior, representing Team…
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As Megan's father, Ron, sees it, it was Megan’s choice to take her own life, “But it was like someone handed her a loaded gun.” That someone was Josh Evans…aka…Lori Drew and her posse. What do you think of Tina and Ron's decision in allowing their daughter to have a MySpace page despite knowing the risks? Get all the crime in half the time! Watch T…
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Ever wonder what it's like to juggle punchlines and parenthood? Tune in as my hilarious friend, Adam Bush, unpacks the path from TV writer to stand-up comedy stardom. Our chat takes a twist through the corridors of Adam's forthcoming Dry Bar special, and his new special "Who Brought The Kid", sprinkled with tales of touring with the electrifying Pr…
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January 3, 2001—four days after the fire and murder, that was the day Phil Welch’s name surfaced for the first time. Had the police dug deeper into that lead, Ashley Freeman and Lauria Bible may have been found alive. As of 2024, the search continues for Ashley's and Lauria's bodies. Do you believe the truth will ever be fully revealed? Get all the…
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Joining me for this episode is Australian road rider currently racing with Q36.5, Cyrus Monk. Cyrus and I chat about his early memories of cycling as well as playing lots of other sports before heading to University and starting on his path to become a professional cyclist. Cyrus has raced all over the world with teams of all different levels from …
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It’s said Marion’s ghost still lingers. When the old Parker house was bought in 1988, the new owners swore they heard footsteps at night and found items out of place. They believed they shared the space with a benevolent, childlike, non-threatening spirit. A fitting description of Marion Parker, the girl who never made it home for Christmas. Did th…
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On March 12, 2011 before 8:00 a.m., the Lululemon manager walks into a scene of horror: an unlocked door, lights still on, and a store ransacked. As she cautiously calls out, a painful moan responds, setting off a chain of events that would shock an entire community. - Was this really about a pair of yoga pants? Sounds like Brittany had been caught…
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When Lee Cockrell, the mastermind behind the operational excellence at Walt Disney World, casually agreed to chat on our podcast, I knew it would be an episode packed with wisdom and heart. This week, we're honored to welcome Lee to share his story, from his Oklahoma upbringing and the tough love of his mother, to the peaks and valleys of a career …
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For this episode I am joined by British rider for Canyon-SRAM, Alice Towers. Alice and I chat about her progression through youth racing, starting with cafe rides with her dad and brother before joining her local club and beginning to train and race. Alice was a Junior when we went into Lockdown in 2020 and we talk about the impact this had on her …
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Zhang Bo and Ye Chengchen were executed on January 31, 2024. The only surviving character in this story is Zhang’s ex-wife. She has to live with the image of her babies plummeting 15 stories to their deaths. She can’t help but wonder, “Were they desperate? Were they afraid?” If she had a say, she would have pushed Zhang and Ye off a balcony herself…
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The tragic end of Laken Riley’s morning run has left University of Georgia community in shock. Uncover the swift justice that followed, the eerie footage that led to an arrest, and the unsettling revelations from the neighbors of the accused. This is a developing case, with more details expected to come out as Jose starts his journey through the le…
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Today I am joined by former British Track and road rider now racing for France, Oscar Nilsson-Julien. Oscar grew up in London riding and racing as part of VCL cycling club. We chat about his progression through the youth and junior categories, the people who he raced with and the multiple British National titles he achieved. After competing as part…
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We are excited to bring you another episode in our podcast series Choreographers in Conversation. This series allows choreographers to interview other choreographers whose work excites them as a way to learn more about their craft and preserve the stories of these exciting artists in our industry. In this episode Choreographer Camden Gonzales inter…
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Ever wondered why a simple customer service interaction can turn into a defining moment for both the customer and the business? Matt Clark and I unpack the art of customer service innovation, revealing hidden truths about why businesses lose their sparkle and how empowering your team with the right skills can reignite that initial shine. We share c…
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Defined contribution plans, and 401(k)s specifically, are increasingly under attack, criticized by think tanks and academics for perceived (yet easily refuted) flaws. What—and who—is behind the effort? Are the criticisms resonating and why are they happening now? Does the industry need to do a better job defending itself and are we effectively illu…
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When Max Skinner joined me on The Scott Townsend Show, he didn't just bring statistics from Movember's latest campaign; he brought his heart, steeped in personal tragedy and triumph. As we sipped on mushroom coffee—a morning ritual Max swears by—we ventured into a conversation that transcended mere awareness, tapping into the pulse of men's health …
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For this episode I am joined my British Junior road and cyclocross rider Seb Grindley. I've followed Seb's progress since 2021 and after having him on the pod as a guest as part of a team episode a few years ago, I really wanted the opportunity to have a proper chat with Seb about his life in cycling so far. Seb started riding with his dad when he …
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As of 2023, Robert is still alive and still in prison. He’s in his 70s now, and hopefully, he’ll stay in jail for the rest of his life. He’s regarded as the most prolific serial killer in Canadian history. Ask any Canadian about him and they’ll probably tell you that around those parts Robert Pickton is known as “The Pig Farmer Killer,” or simply b…
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In a written statement, Jennifer wanted to remind everyone never to take life for granted. "You never know what tomorrow will bring. Always remember to take the time to tell your loved ones you love them." Good advice from a family who knows a thing or two about the way life can turn on a dime. What do you think about family stories like this one? …
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‘Retirement provocateur’ Kathleen Kennedy Townsend played an instrumental role in the debate over retirement issues, resulting in significant policy ideas. A founder of the Georgetown University Center for Retirement Initiatives, the 40-year political veteran and former Maryland Lieutenant Governor joins American Retirement Association CEO Brian Gr…
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Today I am joined by female British road rider for Movistar Team, Claire Steels. After growing up playing field hockey, Claire studied Psychology with Sports Science at university before getting into running and then duathlon which led to her representing Team GB in her age group. Alongside setting up her own personal training business, Claire bega…
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